Another Iranian general killed in Syria

During the fighting with the IG in Syria, Iranian General Reza Havari was killed, reports Look with reference to the Iranian agency Farsnews.




The agency said: “One of the commanders of the Iranian IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) was killed last night in Syria. As a result, the total number of Iranian soldiers of the IRGC, who died in Syria over the past two days, has reached eight people. ”

“Brigadier General Reza Havari of the Fatemiyun division of the IRGC, who was an adviser to the Syrian armed forces, was killed in a battle led by the Syrian army with terrorists from the Islamic State in the northern province of Hama”
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The agency notes that "information about the dead was confirmed by the official representative of the IRGC, Ramezan Sharif." Among them - "Baker Niyaraki, one of the commanders of the IRGC, the security guard of the Iranian ex-president (2005-2013) Mahmoud Ahmadinejad."
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  1. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 12: 28 New
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    Israel, your work ..?
    Accept him Allah, a true general devoted to the Motherland!
    1. alone 24 October 2015 12: 32 New
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      Quote: MIKHAN
      Israel, your work ..?

      Why is Israel After the IRGC appeared in Syria, Iran turned into an enemy much stronger than Israel. Yes, and why should Israel trouble itself?))) Muslims kill each other, and Israel wishes everyone victory with great pleasure
      1. DIVAN SOLDIER 24 October 2015 12: 36 New
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        If we put our pot-bellied generals into battle, you won’t have to aim at them with closed eyes.
        1. Baikonur 24 October 2015 12: 43 New
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          In vain you are so about our generals!
          I saw many of our generals and would not say that they are pot-bellied! A sensible and worthy title!
          There are, of course, exceptions, but only exceptions! Trust me!

          PS: Added later - I didn’t set you a minus! I hope that you yourself will catch your wrong!
          1. Starik72 24 October 2015 12: 51 New
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            Baikonur, so he measures them on his own, I think so. After all, talking about people without knowing them and their activities is vile and low.
            1. avia1991 25 October 2015 00: 02 New
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              Quote: Starik72
              talking about people without knowing them and their activities is mean and low.

              And speaking of, knowing?
              I have not seen much in the life of generals - but most of them were just that: pot-bellied, arrogant and smug. I recall the commander of the Airborne Forces Major General Slyusar - here he was, apparently, a real pro (he never met smile I won’t lie), then there were those on the fingers to count! Perhaps your opponent has just such an experience?
              I do not argue - my experience dates back to quite a long time, and I hope that today the army has really changed in this regard. At least, at the President’s reception, the newly appointed "higher" looked quite dignified.
              1. Talgat 25 October 2015 05: 36 New
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                Sorry, of course, but you have the topic "gone aside"

                It doesn’t matter whether pot-bellied or not pot-bellied, of course, it is better that there are less "pot-bellied" - but more heroes and selfless fighters like this Iranian general

                Syrians and Iranians are now fighting with bearded men (and in fact with the Saudis and the West) for all of us, yes, Russia helps in the air, yes, China covers the UN, etc., and the Bolivarian revolutionaries sympathize and try to help from across the ocean but the victory on earth, as they say "later with blood," is gained by the Syrians and with them side by side are the real heroes of the Iranian XIRA and Hezbollah
          2. Maksus 24 October 2015 13: 58 New
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            Yes, half of our generals are worthless, cowardly people, otherwise how do you explain Serdyukov and his "Amazons"? Or didn’t you serve yourself and don’t remember how “checks” in parts are organized? It was only in the last few years that they began to really engage in combat training. And for this, thanks not to a stool.
            1. Your friend 24 October 2015 14: 02 New
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              Quote: Maksus
              Yes, half of our generals are worthless, cowardly people, otherwise how do you explain Serdyukov and his "Amazons"? Or didn’t you serve yourself and don’t remember how “checks” in parts are organized? It was only in the last few years that they began to really engage in combat training. And for this, thanks not to a stool.

              By the way, it was Taburetkin who made them pass physical training standards, at least nominally.
              1. Maksus 24 October 2015 14: 14 New
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                Well, don’t tell me laugh))) I just left the army for the Taburetkin reform, and did not serve at the headquarters, but in the real BG brigade, in Kamenka (probably heard?), They all handed over the AF - even before Serdyukov.
                1. Your friend 24 October 2015 14: 17 New
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                  Quote: Maksus
                  Well, don’t tell me laugh))) I just left the army for the Taburetkin reform, and did not serve at the headquarters, but in the real BG brigade, in Kamenka (probably heard?), They all handed over the AF - even before Serdyukov.

                  I live in a military town, before the stool, even not everyone went to the construction site, some served in the army and worked part time at the same time on the side during the day during the service. So, I can’t say that stools are an absolute evil. Under him, my father's pension from microscopic to quite normal increased.
                  In our country, apart from a few officers who were involved in sports themselves, no one raised his ass to pass physical training.
              2. gispanec 24 October 2015 14: 17 New
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                Quote: Your friend
                By the way, it was Taburetkin who made them pass physical training standards, at least nominally.

                Taburetkin’s one plus ... he broke financial flows in the RF Armed Forces, ..... and the Babskii platoon on which everyone hung up was an scapegoat ... like Taburetkin himself ... the fact that Vasilieva stole this micron in comparison, what was going on in the 90s, while thinking of himself as a strategist, Taburetkin made quite a few "transformations" that we still need to rake and rake ... and whether we like it or not, but the fact that the allocated babosy (and this is billions) began to actually enter the troops ... starting from apartments and s / n and ending with new models began with him, although I can not stand him as a person ....
                1. Maksus 24 October 2015 15: 58 New
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                  This wonderful person to the team of 3,5 thousand people left 7 military medical posts, including the head of the team, including surgeons -3. Can you save a lot of wounded? Just don’t tell about helicopter evacuation straight to Burdenko, okay?
                  1. gispanec 24 October 2015 16: 24 New
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                    Quote: Maksus
                    This wonderful person

                    no need to juggle ..... where are the words that this is a wonderful person ... quote ...
              3. Manul 24 October 2015 14: 20 New
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                Quote: Your friend
                By the way, it was Taburetkin who made them pass physical training standards, at least nominally.

                And will he be able to pass these standards?
                1. Your friend 24 October 2015 14: 22 New
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                  Quote: Manul
                  Quote: Your friend
                  By the way, it was Taburetkin who made them pass physical training standards, at least nominally.

                  And will he be able to pass these standards?

                  Nitsche, what is he civilian? Maybe he can pass, no one checked.
                2. Archon 24 October 2015 14: 55 New
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                  and it depends on what size the dog to use wink
          3. Verum 24 October 2015 14: 42 New
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            I saw many of our generals and would not say

            Baikonur, you again lead people into ignorance! What can an “officer” see for five years outside the state? So don’t say it! We don’t take official statistics, you can visit the headquarters of any large garrison, and a third of senior officers from the colonel and above have official corns above the sword belt. And you, obviously, in such places have not been "Herr Major VKS".
            1. atalef 24 October 2015 15: 02 New
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              Quote: Verum
              Baikonur, you again lead people into ignorance! What can an “officer” see for five years outside the state?

              Is Baikonur an officer? belay There are still people who believe in it laughing
              1. Verum 24 October 2015 15: 38 New
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                Quote: atalef
                Is Baikonur an officer?

                Damn, here are the people from the promised land! They made all the raspberries, but aren't the quotes considered? Alexander, I have already traveled by this person, at the expense of her "officer". So he has all the slogans through Caps Lock, just in the style of "couch officers".
                1. atalef 24 October 2015 15: 41 New
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                  Quote: Verum
                  Quote: atalef
                  Is Baikonur an officer?

                  Damn, here are the people from the promised land! They made all the raspberries, but aren't the quotes considered? Alexander, I have already traveled by this person, at the expense of her "officer". So he has all the slogans through Caps Lock, just in the style of "couch officers".

                  I served in the VKS, so this * officer * did not answer a single question. Hero
                  1. Verum 24 October 2015 15: 56 New
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                    Quote: atalef
                    I served in the VKS, so this * officer * did not answer a single question. Hero

                    Of course, hero. So he can’t answer not only by specialization, but simply about military service in general. That will give birth to the Internet of heroes ...
                    1. atalef 24 October 2015 16: 02 New
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                      Quote: Verum
                      That will give birth to the Internet of heroes ...

                      and even makes Marshals
                      1. Verum 24 October 2015 16: 17 New
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                        Quote: atalef
                        and even makes Marshals

                        Yeah, the army of hamsters. The crowd trampled not even notice. In general, the resource has enough pseudo-officers and pseudo-veterans. And this is sad, many take their pearls at face value.
                      2. gispanec 24 October 2015 16: 29 New
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                        Quote: Verum
                        In general, the resource has enough pseudo-officers and pseudo-veterans

                        Yes, no matter how 70% is pseudo-official .... you just sometimes wonder what kind of articles they print and comments write .... I’m not an officer at all, but if I know the topic, I’ll definitely enter into a discussion
                      3. Verum 24 October 2015 17: 11 New
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                        Quote: gispanec
                        but if I know the topic, I’ll definitely enter into a discussion

                        As they say, to your health! But you will not impersonate yourself, for example, as a captain of an SPN, or as a conscript who has been to the second company during his service, but did not see your soldier and change several VUSs. And there are such.
                      4. gispanec 24 October 2015 18: 17 New
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                        Quote: Verum
                        But you won’t pass yourself off as an SPN captain, for example, or an conscript who has been to the second company during his service,

                        Of course not ... where I served on an urgent basis and what I saw when I lived and worked together with the military ... this is one thing, but come up with ... fire here ... if there are such nicknames in the studio it would be nice ...
            2. kil 31 24 October 2015 17: 14 New
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              Quote: atalef
              Quote: Verum
              Quote: atalef
              Is Baikonur an officer?

              Damn, here are the people from the promised land! They made all the raspberries, but aren't the quotes considered? Alexander, I have already traveled by this person, at the expense of her "officer". So he has all the slogans through Caps Lock, just in the style of "couch officers".

              I served in the VKS, so this * officer * did not answer a single question. Hero

              You must be able to ask. yes You probably started asking immediately; the number of the part where it is deployed, the number and tasks of the part. So he thought you were from Mossad. laughing
              1. Verum 24 October 2015 17: 18 New
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                Quote: Kil 31
                So he thought you were from Mossad

                Yes, and even from Mossad. Here are some of their own, from the Russian Federation, worse than any foreign agent ...
              2. Verum 24 October 2015 17: 18 New
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                Quote: Kil 31
                So he thought you were from Mossad

                Yes, and even from Mossad. Here are some of their own, from the Russian Federation, worse than any foreign agent ...
            3. avia1991 25 October 2015 00: 12 New
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              Quote: atalef
              I served in the videoconferencing

              Alexander, have you not suffered where you do not need to? VKS just created, officially began to exist on August 1! WHEN did you manage ??? And then: where exactly: in the Air Force, Air Defense / Missile Defense, space forces? Be more precise, please!
              lol
              1. atalef 25 October 2015 06: 31 New
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                Quote: avia1991
                Quote: atalef
                I served in the videoconferencing

                Alexander, have you not suffered where you do not need to? VKS just created, officially began to exist on August 1! WHEN did you manage ??? And then: where exactly: in the Air Force, Air Defense / Missile Defense, space forces? Be more precise, please!
                lol

                Quote: kush62
                atalef (9) Yesterday, 15:41 p.m. ↑
                Quote:
                I served in the VKS, so this * officer * did not answer a single question. Hero


                When did you manage? We have recently appeared. Perhaps the Air Force was meant?

                Nip-16 (Yevpatoriya-19) cdks -88-90 (dmb) hf 34436, etr -2, energy platoon, head of DES -3000. - Heroes (military space only created, and before that satellites launched from slingshots
            4. kush62 25 October 2015 05: 46 New
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              atalef (9) Yesterday, 15:41 p.m. ↑
              Quote:
              I served in the VKS, so this * officer * did not answer a single question. Hero


              When did you manage? We have recently appeared. Perhaps the Air Force was meant?
    2. olegkrava 24 October 2015 20: 30 New
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      And I’ll put a minus to you Baikonur. The cat wept for normal generals, mostly stupid people and degenerates, I speak as an active soldier. Mostly baked for their ass, salary and retirement. Plus Napoleonic manners at the beginning, and at the end of the PUK.
    3. wasjasibirjac 25 October 2015 09: 47 New
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      Quote: Baikonur
      In vain you are so about our generals!

      Unfortunately, normal generals practically do not shine with front cameras. but pot-bellied ones flicker often and often flicker in such "plots" about which people say: "There is no Stalin on you." and here the impression is formed of the Russian generals as of "pot-bellied idiots", unfortunately.
    4. Prisoner 25 October 2015 16: 25 New
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      These exceptions are slowly being excluded from the RF Armed Forces.
  2. Lt. Air Force stock 24 October 2015 12: 56 New
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    Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
    If we put our pot-bellied generals into battle, you won’t have to aim at them with closed eyes.

    Lt. Gen. Rokhlin at one time on the armor along with the personnel attacked the militants, had military injuries. He considered it a shame for himself to sit at the headquarters and command from there.
    1. Maksus 24 October 2015 14: 00 New
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      And this is complete stupidity, so General Malafeev died in the attack. The general is the brain of the compound, it must be protected otherwise the loss of leadership and ales kaput. The commander's place in the rear !!!
    2. Petrof 24 October 2015 14: 49 New
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      Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
      He considered it a shame for himself to sit at the headquarters and command from there.


      and isn’t this what the general’s work is?
      1. Lt. Air Force stock 24 October 2015 15: 03 New
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        and isn’t this what the general’s work is?

        Maybe the work of the General Staff, and not the field commander. During the Second World War, the commanders of divisions and armies were actually at the forefront, risking their lives under bombardment.
        As for Rokhlin, he believed that since you had developed a plan for an operation to attack the militants, then you also had to risk your life along with ordinary soldiers. But do not sit in the headquarters and send people to death.
        1. Petrof 24 October 2015 15: 55 New
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          Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
          And do not sit at headquarters and send people to death


          I don’t know what you call a field commander in the regular army (who is it at all - those who are in the field chtoli? So these are lieutenants, captains)

          but developing plans and sending people to death and commanding them from headquarters is precisely the task of the general. The general himself should not lead the soldiers into attacks, for this there are lower-ranking commanders. These are so obvious things that ...

          1. ASK505 24 October 2015 16: 50 New
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            Dear Julia, the beginning of the sentence, proper names, the name of cities, countries and continents in Russian and other foreign languages ​​is written with a capital letter. Offers end with a period. By the way. Why? In relation to each person’s own language, one can absolutely accurately judge not only his cultural level, but also his civic values. True love for your country is unthinkable without love for your language. And like Pushkin: “... we’ll part for this, forgive me!”
            1. Petrof 24 October 2015 18: 54 New
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              Quote: ASK505
              part for sim, I'm sorry! "



              Good-bye, my friend, good-bye.
              My dear, you are in my chest.
              Intended separation
              Promises to be ahead of the meeting.
              laughing
        2. Maksus 24 October 2015 15: 56 New
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          Well, think for yourself what you write! Once again - the military rank of general is the level of the UNION commander! Not BTG, not a shelf - but CONNECTIONS !!! How can I command a brigade / division while sitting on a tank rushing to the attack? During the Second World War, there was no sense, tapas were not always there. There it was necessary to be close to the troops, and that was not "ahead on a dashing horse", but LET. Read the charter, or something, it is written with blood all the same. I'm talking about fighting, if at least the level of a company. Even there it says that the company does not go on the attack.
      2. BARKHAN 24 October 2015 19: 46 New
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        But what for, you need a general who deliberately crawls under the bullets. Something is wrong with his attic. I understand when the headquarters gets handed out in a maneuvering war. Aviation or artillery covers ... There is little information on this, the Iranian general. Could be stupid on a missed mine to be blown up. You see what kind of building there is, and even more than one year they’ll smash everything into rubble. There are fights at point blank range, like in Stalingrad. Heat, dust, rotting corpses ... hell. God help us!
  3. Suhow 24 October 2015 13: 34 New
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    I live in Ukraine and the general’s weight problems are common, but my modest opinion is that the general’s task is not to take part in the battles, but to properly organize this battle (battle) to achieve victory and with minimal cost (loss). Well, the fact that part of the high command Oaks are primarily a problem of high leadership (General Staff, etc.)
  4. just exp 24 October 2015 13: 51 New
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    here it’s not necessary to cling to ours, ours in Chechnya themselves fell under fire and their sons perished in considerable numbers, but for the Kaklov only the Natsik Kulchitsky glued fins, the rest was collected only for houses in England like heletae.
  5. tomket 24 October 2015 14: 02 New
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    Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
    If we put our pot-bellied generals into battle, you won’t have to aim at them with closed eyes.

    Was the shaman at headquarters? Troshev? Rokhlin?
  6. 53-Sciborskiy 24 October 2015 16: 19 New
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    Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
    If we put our pot-bellied generals into battle, you won’t have to aim at them with closed eyes.

    Come on without stupid things.
  7. mr.vasilievich 24 October 2015 17: 23 New
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    Namely, these "pot-bellied" generals brilliantly organized an operation in Syria. So in vain you are, Comrade Divan.
    1. avia1991 25 October 2015 00: 21 New
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      Namely these "pot-bellied" generals

      Please, by name !?
      I would like to see the photo, see how parallel the line of the abdomen and the frontal bone is .. laughing
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    avt 24 October 2015 12: 48 New
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    Quote: lonely
    Why is Israel After the IRG appeared in Syria

    The Turks could also cooperate with the Jews. Very similar to the shooting of Iranian advisers. Well, what exactly did they expect !? With this turbidity in Syria it is natural that there will be a direct contact of the IRGC with Turkish and Israeli regular units, and I will not speak for specialists, but knowing the sincere affection of the same Jews to the Iranians
    Quote: Professor
    The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod /

    founded since the Old Testament times and the Purim festival that appeared from there, one does not have to expect anything else. Again Sokil is the Ottoman direct competitor to the Persians. So the most fun is still in front.
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 07 New
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      The Turks could also cooperate with the Jews. Very similar to the shooting of Iranian advisers. Well, what exactly did they expect !? With this turbidity in Syria, it is natural that there will be a direct contact of the IRGC with Turkish and Israeli regular units,

      Of course, who would believe that the tramp on jeeps generals shoot.
      Quote: avt
      and knowing the sincere affection of the same Jews to the Iranians

      Of course, the Iranians in the Sunni world are simply shrouded in the warmth and love of the Sunni brothers
      Quote: avt
      founded since the Old Testament times and the Purim festival that appeared from there,

      Oman villain's ears wassat
      Quote: avt
      So the most fun is still in front.

      How else to come?
      And the Syrians have already stated
      Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the Syrian government is defeating the rebels. According to him, the rebels are already fighting for survival. "Government forces have made significant strides. Their strategic importance is evident even to those in the region and in the world who are unsuccessfully trying to undermine Syria’s security,"

      http://warfiles.ru/show-25574-zagovor-protiv-sirii-blizitsya-k-koncu.html
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        avt 24 October 2015 13: 14 New
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        Of course, who would believe that the tramp on jeeps generals shoot.

        Don’t make me funny, yet during this time how many ,, jeep tramps "of senior advisers shot in turn right away? I still believe that he went on the attack from Hesbollah. Or do you suggest that they Iranian generals go to the bayonet? wassat Take it to the bazaar, buy a rooster and twist its head.
        1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 18 New
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          Quote: avt
          I still believe that from Hesbollah

          HIZ points hi
          Quote: avt
          after all, during this time, how many ,, tramp on jeeps "of the senior advisers directly shot in turn?

          Your deeds are wonderful, Lord yes
          Quote: avt
          Do you offer to believe that they are there Iranian generals go to the bayonet?

          I don’t know, but so to get into the headquarters and shoot 4 (four) generals in a week - this is only NINJA - here the yapes are involved. I give a tooth wink

          Quote: avt
          Take it to the bazaar, buy a rooster and twist its head

          Here I am about that.
          Although for the compliment and faith in the possibility of Israeli special forces, thanks hi
          1. Your friend 24 October 2015 13: 25 New
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            "I don’t know, but so to get into the headquarters and shoot 4 (four) generals in a week - this is only NINJA - here are the yapes involved. I give the tooth a wink" - 4 Iranian generals? Is this verified, kosher information?)
            1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 30 New
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              Quote: Your friend
              "I don’t know, but so to get into the headquarters and shoot 4 (four) generals in a week - this is only NINJA - here are the yapes involved. I give the tooth a wink" - 4 Iranian generals? Is this verified, kosher information?)

              Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. kosher cannot be a priori.
              1. Your friend 24 October 2015 13: 34 New
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                Quote: atalef
                Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. kosher can't be up

                Sure? Is there already a back interpretation of this fact by the rabbis?
                1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 52 New
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                  Quote: Your friend
                  Sure?

                  Yes, turtles are not kosher.
                  Though interpret - at least do not interpret.
                  It is said in the Torah (the book of Vayikra (Levites), 11: 3): "Everyone with cloven hooves ... and chewing gum from cattle - you can eat it." Thus, two criteria are established according to which the kosherness of the animal is determined: the animal must be both ruminant and cloven-hoofed. Only the presence of both signs at the same time makes the animal kosher.

                  Even if the animal is kosher according to the definition of the Torah and has been kosher slaughtered, it can be forbidden to eat if it turns out to be sick when checking its internal organs.

                  Examples of kosher animals: cow, sheep, goat, deer, elk, gazelle.

                  Examples of non-kosher animals: pig, horse, camel, dog, cat, hare. All predators are also non-kosher, as well as reptiles, worms and insects.
                  1. Your friend 24 October 2015 14: 00 New
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                    Quote: atalef
                    Quote: Your friend
                    Sure?

                    Yes, turtles are not kosher.
                    Though interpret - at least do not interpret.
                    It is said in the Torah (the book of Vayikra (Levites), 11: 3): "Everyone with cloven hooves ... and chewing gum from cattle - you can eat it." Thus, two criteria are established according to which the kosherness of the animal is determined: the animal must be both ruminant and cloven-hoofed. Only the presence of both signs at the same time makes the animal kosher.

                    Even if the animal is kosher according to the definition of the Torah and has been kosher slaughtered, it can be forbidden to eat if it turns out to be sick when checking its internal organs.

                    Examples of kosher animals: cow, sheep, goat, deer, elk, gazelle.

                    Examples of non-kosher animals: pig, horse, camel, dog, cat, hare. All predators are also non-kosher, as well as reptiles, worms and insects.


                    Is it just awful, is it forbidden for you to eat cats and worms ??? What a nightmare is going on, how can you live like this.
                    So the turtles are not yours, and not kosher .... um ... that means they are from the igil, stopudovo.
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                  3. jktu66 24 October 2015 14: 18 New
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                    Is it just awful, is it forbidden for you to eat cats and worms ???
                    They just don’t know how to cook them. laughing
                  4. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 19 New
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                    Quote: Your friend
                    Is it just awful, is it forbidden for you to eat cats and worms ??? What a nightmare is going on, how can you live like this.

                    I myself do not believe what atrocity, so I think I would eat a shavrma (I often go to St. Petersburg), but I can’t.
                    A new promotion from shawarma merchants: "Buy 4 shawarma and collect a cat !!!"
                2. jktu66 24 October 2015 14: 17 New
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                  Examples of non-kosher animals: pig, horse, camel, dog, cat, hare. All predators are also non-kosher, as well as reptiles, worms and insects.
                  With competent training, anyone can be taught to chew gum (for example, dyrols with orbits fly off the shelves with a whistle) and hooves are also a bargain. laughing So I propose to consider kosher on turtles IN, despite the protests of atalef
                3. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 30 New
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                  Quote: jktu66
                  So I propose to consider kosher on turtles IN, despite the protests of atalef

                  But what about hooves (bifurcated)? wink
              2. Archon 24 October 2015 15: 00 New
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                What about fish and bird?
              3. Kaiten 24 October 2015 15: 23 New
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                Quote: Archon
                What about fish and bird?

                kosher bird is considered a meat product.
                fish is kosher only if it is covered with scales, so let's say kosher salmon, but no sturgeon. accordingly, caviar, red kosher, and black - no.
                With all this, fish is a “parve”, that is, not a meat and not a dairy product. Now, by the way, you know the etymology of the Russian expression "neither fish nor meat" - that is, in general, a worthless product.
              4. 23 region 24 October 2015 22: 37 New
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                Quote: Kaiten
                fish - kosher only if covered with scales

                I CALL YOU, CARP!
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          2. avia1991 25 October 2015 00: 27 New
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            Yes, turtles are not kosher.

            You would, my dear man, be in the jungle for a couple of weeks, Indochinese .. a test of survival. And they would understand that both worms and snakes - and other creature, protein containing - are very "kosher"! wink
  • tomket 24 October 2015 14: 04 New
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    According to him, the rebels are already fighting for survival.

    And barmalei flew to the earth, under the pressure of steel and fire .....
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 20 New
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      Quote: tomket
      Quote: atalef
      According to him, the rebels are already fighting for survival.

      And barmalei flew to the earth, under the pressure of steel and fire .....

      Yes, I forgot to mention, this is his speech for 2013 hi
  • Your friend 24 October 2015 15: 24 New
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    atalef (9) IL Today, 13: 07 ↑
    Quote: avt
    So the most fun is still in front.
    How else to come?

    _________________________________________
    Still Israel is not covered ...
  • MIKHAN 24 October 2015 12: 51 New
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    Quote: lonely
    Quote: MIKHAN
    Israel, your work ..?

    Why is Israel After the IRGC appeared in Syria, Iran turned into an enemy much stronger than Israel. Yes, and why should Israel trouble itself?))) Muslims kill each other, and Israel wishes everyone victory with great pleasure

    Lonely, what are you starting again ..?))) Iran is introducing (going to) send regular troops to Syria to support! They are trying to intimidate Iran, with targeted shootings .. Just remember when their scientists (nuclear scientists) were also shot ... Azerbaijan is not in danger! hi
    1. alone 24 October 2015 13: 16 New
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      Lonely, what are you starting again ..?))) Iran is introducing (going to) send regular troops to Syria to support! They are trying to intimidate Iran, with targeted shootings .. Just remember when their scientists (nuclear scientists) were also shot ... Azerbaijan is not in danger!


      Is it introducing or about to enter? The introduction of Iran’s regular troops is undesirable for Iran itself. But the IRGC and Basij are another matter, Vitaliy. And as for the scientists, the activists of the pro-Iranian Hezbollah were shooting at our scientists. So we also have something to fear.
      1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 32 New
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        Quote: lonely
        The introduction of Iran’s regular troops is undesirable for Iran itself

        Yes, the regular parts, I think they will not introduce
        Quote: lonely
        But the IRGC and Basidge is another matter

        Well, it's like volunteers in the Donbass (although the IRGC is more efficient)
        1. Horst78 24 October 2015 15: 13 New
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          Quote: atalef
          Quote: lonely
          But the IRGC and Basidge is another matter

          Well, it's like volunteers in the Donbass (although the IRGC is more efficient)

          XIER is more battle-worthy WHOM? Volunteers in the Donbass?
        2. 23 region 24 October 2015 22: 47 New
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          Well, it's like volunteers in the Donbass (although the IRGC is more efficient)

          Not a fact.
          since the 80s what is their combat experience? (prayer does not count).
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    2. padded jacket 24 October 2015 14: 11 New
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      Quote: MIKHAN
      They are trying to intimidate Iran, with targeted shootings.

      I support, I also got the impression that they are just being shot by a special forces group.
      Quote: MIKHAN
      This does not threaten Azerbaijan!

      Naturally, Azerbaijan is Israel’s best friend as they say - "one gang" smile
      Israel is Azerbaijan’s strategic ally
      "Azerbaijan sees Israel as an ally and strategic partner," said Ali Hasanov, assistant to the president of the country for socio-political issues.
      http://9tv.co.il/news/2015/05/28/205152.html
  • Observer2014 24 October 2015 12: 58 New
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    Another Iranian general killed in Syria
    What can I say about this? I don’t know how Muslims say. But I express my condolences to his comrades and his relatives. Iran is with us "in the same trench now."
  • beitar 24 October 2015 13: 11 New
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    Quote: lonely
    Quote: MIKHAN
    Israel, your work ..?

    Why is Israel After the IRGC appeared in Syria, Iran turned into an enemy much stronger than Israel. Yes, and why should Israel trouble itself?))) Muslims kill each other, and Israel wishes everyone victory with great pleasure



    The lad, truth, truth is spoken ...
    1. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 13: 27 New
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      Quote: beitar
      Quote: lonely
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Israel, your work ..?

      Why is Israel After the IRGC appeared in Syria, Iran turned into an enemy much stronger than Israel. Yes, and why should Israel trouble itself?))) Muslims kill each other, and Israel wishes everyone victory with great pleasure



      The lad, truth, truth is spoken ...

      Here is the truth ...)))) Then I am silent ... hi For this, you need to continue wetting truly ..! And then we’ll deal with the "iron dome" ..)))) bully
      1. alone 24 October 2015 13: 43 New
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        Quote: MIKHAN
        And then we’ll deal with the "iron dome" ..))))


        incorrigible chatterbox)))
        1. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 14: 01 New
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          Quote: lonely
          Quote: MIKHAN
          And then we’ll deal with the "iron dome" ..))))


          incorrigible chatterbox)))

          laughing laughing But then we’ll deal with Azerbaijan ... Will it be so? hi I can smell genes just .. (no offense))))
          1. alone 24 October 2015 14: 56 New
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            Vitaliy, go heal your heart. And the FSB will deal with you))) or even worse a psychiatric clinic. wassat
    2. cumastra1 24 October 2015 17: 35 New
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      Cynical, but cheap, reliable and practical.
  • Otshelnik 24 October 2015 14: 00 New
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    Since when did the Wahhabis become Muslims?
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 20 New
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      Since when did the Wahhabis become Muslims?

      shit, what's new, and who are they?
    2. alone 24 October 2015 15: 25 New
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      Since when did the Wahhabis become Muslims?


      That we Muslims do not consider them Muslims. And for the rest they are considered Muslims. This is first.

      Secondly, the Wahhabis themselves are also divided into several directions. The Salafis do not recognize Shiites, but they are more tolerant of the Sunnis. But there is a group of Wahhabis who do not recognize Shiites, not Sunnis, even Salafis, in a word, nobody but themselves. times consists of such.

      Hermit, there is a confrontation between Shiites and Sunnis in the region. Part of the Salafis support the Sunnis. But the other part cuts everyone. Therefore, I wrote that Muslims are killing each other for someone's corporate interests in the region. You’ll not deny that saying that normal Muslims think about Sunnis and Shiites. We don’t know who killed the Sunni general or Wahhabi hi
  • Constructor1 24 October 2015 14: 18 New
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    As a result, the total number of Iranian IRGC troops killed in Syria over the past two days has reached eight. ”


    Some kind of nonsense, in a few days 8 people died and 3 of them were generals?

    Not so long ago there was infa about the death of two Iranian generals no Hard to believe.
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 31 New
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      Some kind of nonsense, in a few days 8 people died and 3 of them were generals?

      Really nonsense, generals - 4
      1. Your friend 24 October 2015 15: 31 New
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        Quote: atalef
        Quote: Designer 1
        Some kind of nonsense, in a few days 8 people died and 3 of them were generals?

        Really nonsense, generals - 4

        That's it. According to recent reports, 4 were generals, and the rest were colonel generals.
        1. atalef 24 October 2015 15: 43 New
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          Quote: Your friend
          Quote: atalef
          Quote: Designer 1
          Some kind of nonsense, in a few days 8 people died and 3 of them were generals?

          Really nonsense, generals - 4

          That's it. According to recent reports, 4 were generals, and the rest were colonel generals.

          Well, it's like in the old joke
          Can a wife make a husband a millionaire?
          -Yes, if he was a billionaire
  • yushch 24 October 2015 16: 12 New
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    Quote: lonely
    Quote: MIKHAN
    Israel, your work ..?

    Why is Israel After the IRGC appeared in Syria, Iran turned into an enemy much stronger than Israel. Yes, and why should Israel trouble itself?))) Muslims kill each other, and Israel wishes everyone victory with great pleasure


    I completely agree with you. The general of any army is a priority target for the opposing side, and with a serious batch like in Syria, where battles go for each house, these losses are inevitable.
  • Tor5
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    So - participate! Earth rest in peace ...
    1. Dryuya2 24 October 2015 13: 10 New
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      So - participate!

      Syria. The capture of ISIS militants by a special unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Cods. The unit is commanded by Brigadier General Kassem Suleimani. The main function of the unit is military intelligence.


      and ... not Iranians. but ... ++++
      18 ++++++
      Posted on: 23 Oct 2015
      In the north-east of the province of Hama in the village of Al-Hamra, the Syrian army repelled an attack by militants "Jebhat Al-Nusra." During the clash, more than 30 of them, mostly foreigners, were eliminated. They also destroyed 2 tanks, a 23-mm aircraft gun, a large-caliber anti-tank machine gun and 6 units of vehicles with dozens of militants.

      1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 22 New
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        Cases of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard "Cods." The team is commanded by Brigadier General Kassem Suleimani. The main function of the unit is military intelligence.

        commands the unit - BRIGADE GENERAL belay
        Yes there really, generals ka dogs uncut
        If there is only intelligence, by brigades
        On average, the team from 3200 to 4000 people, but no more
        1. Dryuya2 24 October 2015 13: 43 New
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          BRIGADIER GENERAL

          but this is the first time I read belay
          Earlier, the media claimed that it was Suleymani who convinced Russia to start the bombing, after which Assad’s army went on the offensive.

          http://www.newsru.com/world/14oct2015/syriairan.html
          1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 49 New
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            Quote: Dryuya2
            Quote: atalef
            BRIGADIER GENERAL

            but this is the first time I read belay
            Earlier, the media claimed that it was Suleymani who convinced Russia to start the bombing, after which Assad’s army went on the offensive.

            http://www.newsru.com/world/14oct2015/syriairan.html

            So he died, it’s like not he, but
            during the battles with the IS in Syria, killed Iranian general Reza Hawari
        2. yushch 24 October 2015 21: 57 New
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          Quote: atalef
          Quote: Dryuya2
          Cases of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard "Cods." The team is commanded by Brigadier General Kassem Suleimani. The main function of the unit is military intelligence.

          commands the unit - BRIGADE GENERAL belay
          Yes there really, generals ka dogs uncut
          If there is only intelligence, by brigades
          On average, the team from 3200 to 4000 people, but no more


          The fact is that the rank of brigadier general corresponds to the rank of colonel of the army of the Russian Federation (USSR), and therefore it seems that the generals are not measured there.
  • biznaw 24 October 2015 12: 39 New
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    Iranian generals go on the attack on machine guns? Or are there beacons hanging on their neck?
    1. Walking 24 October 2015 12: 41 New
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      So soon in Iran all the generals will end. Chet does not believe in such a number of dead generals.
      1. atalef 24 October 2015 12: 54 New
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        Quote: Hiking
        So soon in Iran all the generals will end. Chet does not believe in such a number of dead generals.

        Chot can’t believe it will end sad
        1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 13 New
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          Quote: atalef
          Quote: Hiking
          So soon in Iran all the generals will end. Chet does not believe in such a number of dead generals.

          Chot can’t believe it will end sad

          that is, as I understand it, minus signers - believe that they will end (generals) - a pessimistic view of the world laughing
      2. egor1712 24 October 2015 13: 00 New
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        because they don’t sit in dugouts. And on the front line with the fighters.
  • marlin1203 24 October 2015 12: 29 New
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    I don’t understand anything. They have either every 10th military soldier general in Iran, or they are not at all sorry for them and they do not guard them at all. The mess. soldier
    1. alone 24 October 2015 12: 35 New
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      Quote: marlin1203
      I don’t understand anything. They have either every 10th military soldier general in Iran, or they are not at all sorry for them and they do not guard them at all. The mess.


      The Iranian Armed Forces is a separate issue. A very motley organization. Where besides the army there is an IRGC, Basij. Each has its own structure, its generals, its headquarters. The Iranian army is not involved.
      in the war in Syria. In Syria, the IRGC and Basij volunteers operate.
      1. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 14: 32 New
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        Quote: lonely
        Quote: marlin1203
        I don’t understand anything. They have either every 10th military soldier general in Iran, or they are not at all sorry for them and they do not guard them at all. The mess.


        The Iranian Armed Forces is a separate issue. A very motley organization. Where besides the army there is an IRGC, Basij. Each has its own structure, its generals, its headquarters. The Iranian army is not involved.
        in the war in Syria. In Syria, the IRGC and Basij volunteers operate.

        How do you know all this ..? Putin correctly said that many of the "former" are fighting on the side of the Islamic State ... They smile cute and ask for money ... No, you need to wet it! (Then they will understand ..)))
        1. alone 24 October 2015 15: 47 New
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          Quote: MIKHAN
          How do you know all this ..?


          Think only you and everyone knows Vitaly? You still do not understand one. We also work wink Moreover, not bad. And Iran is next to us. We know what is happening in the region.
    2. Penetrator 24 October 2015 12: 36 New
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      They have in Iran or every 10th military soldier general, or they do not feel sorry for them

      The thing, apparently, is different. There is such a tough cut that the Iranians underestimate the official number of losses l / s. And it’s difficult to hide the deaths of senior officers, which is why such a discrepancy is. Sadly ...
    3. kil 31 24 October 2015 12: 38 New
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      Quote: marlin1203
      “Brigadier General Reza Hawari of the Fatemiyun IRGC Division

      I have the same thought.
      “Brigadier General Reza Hawari of the Fatemiyun IRGC Division
      Incidentally, this is not a general brigade commander. Maybe they have company generals? hi
    4. atalef 24 October 2015 12: 39 New
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      Quote: marlin1203
      I don’t understand anything. They have either every 10th military soldier general in Iran, or they are not at all sorry for them and they do not guard them at all. The mess. soldier

      Yes, there are too many generals, probably they didn’t look at Chapaev
    5. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 12: 41 New
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      I don’t understand anything. They have either every 10th military soldier general in Iran, or they are not at all sorry for them and they do not guard them at all. The mess. soldier

      They’re just going into battle, understanding the whole situation! And the hunt for them is going on ... (from all sides ..) Iran is the main goal of the USA and Israel, after Syria ... And Russia is against!
      1. jktu66 24 October 2015 14: 36 New
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        Iran is the main goal of the USA and Israel, after Syria ... But Russia is against!
        Take a look at the world map and visually see that the most desired and main goal is Russia. For the United States, of course, not Israel.
        1. padded jacket 24 October 2015 15: 00 New
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          Quote: jktu66
          Take a look at the world map and visually see that the most desired and main goal is Russia. For the usa, of course

          As a military goal for the United States, Russia is extremely "uncomfortable" because it has a large number of nuclear weapons and the "attack" on us by the United States will be just an act of suicide.
    6. Your friend 24 October 2015 12: 52 New
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      I don’t understand anything. They have either every 10th military soldier general in Iran, or they are not at all sorry for them and they do not guard them at all. The mess. soldier

      Remember the war 08-08-08. Lieutenant General Khrulev was wounded, and then the intensity of the fighting was much lower than in Syria.
      1. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 13: 02 New
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        Quote: Your friend
        Quote: marlin1203
        I don’t understand anything. They have either every 10th military soldier general in Iran, or they are not at all sorry for them and they do not guard them at all. The mess. soldier

        Remember the war 08-08-08. Lieutenant General Khrulev was wounded, and then the intensity of the fighting was much lower than in Syria.

        That's right .. The situation there is such a generals are leading the soldiers on the attack!
  • Alexander 3 24 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    This happens in war.
  • lelikas 24 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    It’s a pity for men, but so they will remain without generals.
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    I’m sorry! But what is wrong with the protection of the generals from the Iranian ... Or maybe this is a special operation of sculpted friends of all democracies?
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 12: 56 New
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      But what is wrong with the protection of the generals from the Iranian ... Or maybe this is a special operation sculpted friends of all democracies?

      maybe a ninja?
      1. Hello 24 October 2015 13: 27 New
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        Quote: atalef
        Quote: Finches
        But what is wrong with the protection of the generals from the Iranian ... Or maybe this is a special operation sculpted friends of all democracies?

        maybe a ninja?

        Or maybe a shark mossad from the Red Sea? hi
        1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 34 New
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          Quote: Hello
          Or maybe a shark mossad from the Red Sea?

          Maybe I was in the Red Sea for 5 days this week, I haven’t seen sharks. Probably everything is already in Syria
          Sharks that attacked tourists in the waters of the resort areas of Egypt, could appear in the Red Sea through the fault of the Israeli intelligence service "Mossad", ITAR-TASS. Such an assumption was made by the Governor of the Egyptian province of South Sinai, Abdel Fadil Shusha.
          1. Your friend 24 October 2015 13: 38 New
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            Quote: atalef
            Quote: Hello
            Or maybe a shark mossad from the Red Sea?

            Maybe I was in the Red Sea for 5 days this week, I haven’t seen sharks. Probably everything is already in Syria
            Sharks that attacked tourists in the waters of the resort areas of Egypt, could appear in the Red Sea through the fault of the Israeli intelligence service "Mossad", ITAR-TASS. Such an assumption was made by the Governor of the Egyptian province of South Sinai, Abdel Fadil Shusha.

            I support, I myself was in Egypt this summer. Tolley paisy, tori felts in the fins of local sharks led me to vague doubts. But it turned out to be ...
            1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 53 New
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              Quote: Your friend
              I support, I myself was in Egypt this summer. Toli paisy, tori felts in the fins of local sharks led me to vague doubts

              Have I poured lemonade today? request
              hi
          2. Hello 24 October 2015 13: 39 New
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            Maybe I was in the Red Sea for 5 days this week, I haven’t seen sharks. Probably everything is already in Syria

            They distinguish citizens of Israel by smell and do not come across their eyes.
            1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 54 New
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              Quote: Hello
              Quote: atalef
              Maybe I was in the Red Sea for 5 days this week, I haven’t seen sharks. Probably everything is already in Syria

              They distinguish citizens of Israel by smell and do not come across their eyes.

              What insidiousness angry
            2. lelikas 24 October 2015 14: 32 New
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              Quote: Hello
              They distinguish citizens of Israel by smell and do not come across their eyes.

              Smell right? ITAR-TASS reported that they look into swimming trunks. laughing
              1. atalef 24 October 2015 15: 04 New
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                Smell right? ITAR-TASS reported that they look in swimming trunks

                a problem, Muslims are also circumcised laughing
                1. lelikas 24 October 2015 18: 21 New
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                  a problem, Muslims are also circumcised

                  Chet stupid, they generally do not have much vision ... laughing
    2. venaya 24 October 2015 13: 05 New
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      I'm so sorry! But what is wrong with the protection of the generals from the Iranians ..

      They seem to use their generals as a military. specialists. To ensure proper protection, large military units are needed, and this will be too noticeable. Apparently because of this, they take risks so as not to irritate the enemy environment of Iran too much.
  • AdekvatNICK 24 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    Iran suffers losses.
  • ZU-23 24 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    Why are they so easily vulnerable, see real battle generals
  • dmi.pris 24 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    Why are these Iranian generals, with a saber ahead of the battle ... They are obviously being hunted.
  • vovanpain 24 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    Well, let the earth be in peace for him, and Iran remembers its soldiers who died in battle. Only the Generals are there in the attack or something that go ahead of all, or what?
  • Teberii 24 October 2015 12: 34 New
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    People are fighting almost at the forefront. Thanks to them, the Syrian army went on the offensive.
  • Vanogog 24 October 2015 12: 35 New
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    are the generals in the forefront?
  • Garris199 24 October 2015 12: 36 New
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    It seems so customary in the IRGC. He planned the operation, distributed the orders and went on the attack along with the fighters.
  • Mercury 24 October 2015 12: 39 New
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    In the course, indeed, with a saber headlong on a white horse in front of the troops. The Igilov bastards do not respect valor and soaked
  • Professor 24 October 2015 12: 40 New
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    Another Iranian general killed in Syria

    The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod! good
    1. IAlex 24 October 2015 12: 52 New
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      And why is there good news about policemen cut out at bus stops in Israel?
    2. kil 31 24 October 2015 12: 53 New
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      Quote: Professor
      Another Iranian general killed in Syria

      The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good

      Professor, if you react so clearly to the death of General IRGC, you will be a micro-major, this is not the first time. How did you come running, legs hurt? hi
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        Quote: Kil 31
        Professor, if you react so clearly to the death of General IRGC, you will be a micro-major, this is not the first time.

        I have real epaulets. In the meantime, I wash the 2014 Tishby wine with good news. drinks


        Quote: Kil 31
        How did you come running, legs hurt?

        I ran well. 33 km is not 100 and not 200 which some lovers fled. The truth was hot in the end. For 30.

        Quote: MIKHAN
        . Here is only one BUT! Russia is present here ..

        This greatly helped the Iranian general.
        1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 36 New
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          I have real epaulets. In the meantime, I wash the 2014 Tishby wine with good news.

          Oleg, if each Iranian general is washed, one of two
          Or the wine is not enough (which is unlikely)
          Or you’ll get drunk - which you wouldn’t want
          Hi !!!!
          Quote: Professor
          This greatly helped the Iranian general.

          But it didn’t do any harm. wink
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            Or you’ll get drunk - which you wouldn’t want

            I’m NOT vodka, and shabes in the yard ...
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              I’m vodka, and shabes in the yard ...

              Well, if vodka, it’s already on the second, a new liver hi
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              You drink vodka, translate the good!
              Stop!!!! Did you write "Sabbath" or "Sabbath"?
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          Professor! Shoulder straps in the studio, wine in the sink! It’s too late for you to drink even Borjomi!
    3. sabakina 24 October 2015 12: 56 New
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      Another Iranian general killed in Syria

      The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good

      Professor ...
      -Oh, it's not evening, it's not evening ...
      - I slept very little ...
      Hear this song, run. Ask "where"? Never mind! The main thing is run!
    4. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 12: 57 New
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      Another Iranian general killed in Syria

      The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good

      I understand your good mood (next) .. Here is just one BUT! Russia is present here ..
      1. Your friend 24 October 2015 13: 02 New
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        Quote: Professor
        Another Iranian general killed in Syria

        The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good

        I understand your good mood (next) .. Here is just one BUT! Russia is present here ..

        Do you think Russia will contact Israel? In the native theater of Israel? Near Israeli military bases and supply bases? It is doubtful.
        1. Hello 24 October 2015 13: 29 New
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          Israel has nothing to share with Russia in the region.
          1. kil 31 24 October 2015 13: 40 New
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            Israel has nothing to share with Russia in the region.

            Well, for some reason, many of your politicians do not like such banners and such a neighborhood on banners, as well as the influence of the Russian Federation on countries in which these people are considered authorities. So, what kind of region do you need to fight for?
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              Well, for some reason, many of your politicians do not like such banners and such a neighborhood on banners, as well as the influence of the Russian Federation on countries in which these people are considered authorities. So, what region do you need to fight for

              With all due respect, banners are not related to real life, Israel is interested in peace in the north. Russia may well provide this. If you think that we are going to support someone in this conflict, then you are mistaken. Whoever comes to power in Syria in his speech will be anti-Israeli rhetoric, otherwise he simply will not be elected.
              1. kil 31 24 October 2015 14: 21 New
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                Hello Whoever comes to power in Syria in his speech will be anti-Israeli rhetoric, otherwise he simply will not be elected.
                It is not necessary that he will then conduct interstate anti-Israeli affairs. Speaking for the domestic electorate yes, but not for interstate affairs. Look at your USA friends. In the southern states they will never be elected either the governor or the mayor if the candidate does not talk about disconnecting from Washington, about the right to arms, about which Latinos should be shot. When they come to power and don’t remember about disconnecting and shooting Latinos. True, they continue to say this for their electorate in their state.
                1. Hello 24 October 2015 16: 05 New
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                  It is not necessary that he will then conduct interstate anti-Israeli affairs. Speaking for the domestic electorate yes, but not for interstate affairs

                  As I would like to believe, but all previous events suggest otherwise. So I think it will.
            2. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 56 New
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              Well, for some reason, many of your politicians do not like such banners and such a neighborhood on banners, as well as the influence of the Russian Federation on countries in which these people are considered authorities. So, what region do you need to fight for

              in general, everything is correct, Let Putin share the banner with the characters of the banner, and we will stand aside.
              If you played on the stock exchange, you probably would have known that foams are removed at the end of trading, and often not the one who traded in the morning hi
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            And the weight of the world is not one single, indivisible Israel?
            1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 33 New
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              And the weight of the world is not one single, indivisible Israel?

              Russian language lesson in a Georgian school.
              Teacher: - Children! Remember - in Russian words
              sank, bed and vermicelli are written with a soft sign!
              And the words fork, shooting and plate without a soft sign.
              This is not possible to understand! You only need to remember!

              hi
        2. MIKHAN 24 October 2015 14: 24 New
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          Quote: Your friend
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Quote: Professor
          Another Iranian general killed in Syria

          The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good

          I understand your good mood (next) .. Here is just one BUT! Russia is present here ..

          Do you think Russia will contact Israel? In the native theater of Israel? Near Israeli military bases and supply bases? It is doubtful.

          An ice ax in Trotsky’s forehead and a scarf on Berezovsky’s neck ... It's that simple! But the Arabs can simply not hold back .. They are angry at the Jews (but we are so few)))) While they are restrained and persuaded .. as much as we can! hi
        3. alone 24 October 2015 17: 02 New
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          Do you think Russia will contact Israel?

          He doesn’t think. This is the essence of his problem.

          laughing
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            He doesn’t think. This is the essence of his problem.

            Capaciously good
    5. 79807420129 24 October 2015 13: 39 New
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      Another Iranian general killed in Syria

      The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good

      Dear professor, when another Palestinian with a knife will rush at you and God forbid successfully, many may find this also good news.
      1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 58 New
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        Quote: Professor
        Another Iranian general killed in Syria

        The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good

        Dear professor, when another Palestinian with a knife will rush at you and God forbid successfully, many may find this also good news.

        And I will understand them.
        Everyone has their own joys.
        Someone from the sturgeon turns, and who is happy and cartilagin.
    6. vorobey 24 October 2015 13: 50 New
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      Another Iranian general killed in Syria

      The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good


      Yes, a professor of philanthropy will not refuse you .. laughing
      1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 06 New
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        Yes, a professor of philanthropy will not refuse you
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          Quote: atalef
          Quote: vorobey
          Yes, a professor of philanthropy will not refuse you

          I understand that the Jews are still those, but do not offend the cows, because they are God !!!
      2. padded jacket 24 October 2015 14: 29 New
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        Yes, a professor of philanthropy will not refuse you

        Yes, there is nothing surprising if the simple Jewish-Israeli professor says so, because even Israeli Prime Minister Natanyahu recently justified Hitler.
    7. avia1991 25 October 2015 02: 50 New
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      good news and rod!

      The professor, apparently, is dreaming of the time when ISIS will become the "good neighbor" of Israel .. then you, Professor, will have too many reasons for drinking every day.
  • 35lisment35 24 October 2015 12: 42 New
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    The question arises why our VKS do not bomb ISIS oil pipelines?!?!
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      our VKS do not bomb ISIS oil pipelines

      Then we can restore, or with our help.
      I won’t be surprised if the barmalei themselves destroy infrastructure upon retreat
      .
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      The question arises why our VKS do not bomb ISIS oil pipelines?!?!

      And how after these bombings to feed the entire population of the country? The countries of the Middle East are not able to feed themselves on their own, they feed on income from the production of carbon-hydrogen, if production is stopped, the hungry people will sweep away anyone who dares to do this. Therefore, no one is bombing what brings food.
    3. atalef 24 October 2015 12: 52 New
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      The question arises why our VKS do not bomb ISIS oil pipelines?!?!

      You ask uncomfortable questions wink
      Which create an uncomfortable plug, namely
      There are no oil pipelines (oil is driven by trailers) and it is not so much, at 50 million dollars a month i.e. a maximum of 2 million barrels (if this is sold at half price) or - 400 tons
      But then, of course, another question comes out, namely, how such an amount of oil 0.02% of world daily production lowered global prices
      at?
      Look at the details for you (+) hi
      1. sandrmur76 24 October 2015 14: 14 New
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        Alexander speaks correctly. Oil is getting more expensive or cheaper, and gas is only getting more expensive! Everyone is only looking for reasons to justify prices. Maybe these 0.02% are a drop of tar in a barrel of honey?
        1. Awaz 24 October 2015 14: 32 New
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          Well, somewhere, where the situation is settled, when the price of oil falls, the price of gasoline also falls (though not in the same proportion) but still. In Russia, this is much more complicated. There are too many taxes in the price of gasoline, which are also added periodically
  • roskot 24 October 2015 12: 44 New
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    Generals must be protected. So you can stay without advisers. Land him rest in peace.
  • Kosta153 24 October 2015 12: 48 New
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    Another Iranian general killed in Syria

    The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good
    Not understood?
    Quote: lonely
    Quote: MIKHAN
    Israel, your work ..?

    Why is Israel After the IRGC appeared in Syria, Iran turned into an enemy much stronger than Israel. Yes, and why should Israel trouble itself?))) Muslims kill each other, and Israel wishes everyone victory with great pleasure
    Now I understand. And not ashamed, but, the enemy of all Muslims?
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 00 New
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      Quote: Kosta153
      Quote: Professor
      Another Iranian general killed in Syria

      The day has just begun, and the good news is still a rod / good
      Not understood?
      Quote: lonely
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Israel, your work ..?

      Why is Israel After the IRGC appeared in Syria, Iran turned into an enemy much stronger than Israel. Yes, and why should Israel trouble itself?))) Muslims kill each other, and Israel wishes everyone victory with great pleasure
      Now I understand. And not ashamed, but, the enemy of all Muslims?

      Well, a lonely sort of himself - a Muslim.
      Sabah El Khir! Lobster hi
      1. alone 24 October 2015 17: 05 New
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        Sabah El Khir! Lobster


        hi Salam Aleikuma, Alexander !! drinks
  • Masya masya 24 October 2015 12: 52 New
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    If we put our pot-bellied generals into battle, you won’t have to aim at them with closed eyes.

    Generals also have a brain
  • Zumich 24 October 2015 12: 59 New
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    A courageous man, courageous literate people, once the specialists of the Islamist mercenaries arrange a real hunt for them.

    Good memory to them.
  • moskowit 24 October 2015 13: 00 New
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  • sabakina 24 October 2015 13: 01 New
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    As a result, the total number of Iranian IRGC troops killed in Syria over the past two days has reached eight.

    I don’t understand ... It seems like he taught the USSR ... Or can only the Russians understand the Russian military school?
    Sorry, sincerely sorry ...
    1. Your friend 24 October 2015 13: 04 New
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      As a result, the total number of Iranian IRGC troops killed in Syria over the past two days has reached eight.

      I don’t understand ... It seems like he taught the USSR ... Or can only the Russians understand the Russian military school?
      Sorry, sincerely sorry ...

      Are you confusing anything? Did the USSR train the Iranian military? Perhaps you are confusing it with the Iraqi, here they are now in ISIS and command.
      1. sabakina 24 October 2015 13: 14 New
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        For your friend
        Maybe I confuse ... it was a long time ago, the old one became ...
      2. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 28 New
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        Quote: Your friend
        Are you confusing anything? Did the USSR train the Iranian military?

        In a parallel universe - yes
        Quote: Your friend
        Perhaps you are confusing with the Iraqi, here they are now in ISIS and command.

        And that’s probably why
        The Military Times published an article on Thursday entitled "How did 800 ISIS militants defeat 2 Iraqi divisions?"
        "The extremist group that has captured vast areas of Iraq this week is capable of exposing at best less than a thousand militants equipped with small arms and pickups with easily penetrated sides," the article says. - But ISIS defeated about 30 thousand soldiers of the Iraqi army, which was trained by the US military and equipped with modern American equipment for billions of dollars. "
        According to Charlie Cooper of the London Quilliam Foundation, such a move suggests that the Sunni tribes in the north and west of Iraq either conspired with ISIS, or decided to surrender.
        There is a lot of talk in the US that the Shiite government of Prime Minister Maliki continued to tread on the Sunni minority. Iraq and thus negated the so-called "Sunni revival" of 2005-2006.

        Iraqis - Sunnis (Isil)
        trained in the USSR, Iraqis (Shiites) government troops - trained the United States and ... Iran. laughing
        Shiites are wink
      3. padded jacket 24 October 2015 14: 16 New
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        Did the USSR train the Iranian military?

        In the USSR, they may not have been trained, but in Russia they were definitely trained.
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          In the USSR, they may not have been trained, but in Russia they were definitely trained

          Although at the premiere of Iran, Mossadyke, BTR-60s, M-46 and D-30 guns, Kalashnikovs and other equipment were delivered to the country during the Soviet era, so it is likely that Iranian soldiers were trained in those days.
    2. avt
      avt 24 October 2015 13: 09 New
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      I don’t understand ... It seems like he taught the USSR ... Or can only the Russians understand the Russian military school?

      laughing IRANIAN! ?? Trained in the USSR, and even massively for the army !? laughing Rather, it can be assumed that the Iraqis who passed the Soviet training, or the Syrian soldiers who escaped from Assad, are shooting.
      1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 29 New
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        Quote: avt
        Quote: sabakina
        I don’t understand ... It seems like he taught the USSR ... Or can only the Russians understand the Russian military school?

        laughing IRANIAN! ?? Trained in the USSR, and even massively for the army !? laughing Rather, it can be assumed that the Iraqis who passed the Soviet training, or the Syrian soldiers who escaped from Assad, are shooting.

        In a few comments, I agree with you, but here perhaps hi
    3. alone 24 October 2015 17: 06 New
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      I don’t understand ... It seems like he taught the USSR ... Or can only the Russians understand the Russian military school?
      Sorry, sincerely sorry ...


      This is when the USSR taught Iranian generals? fool Lord, they write without understanding anything
  • Starik72 24 October 2015 13: 02 New
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    Brothers, what are YOU so alarmed? After all, there is a WAR, and in a war, as you know, they kill regardless of ranks and duties. Moreover, there is a real hunt for the command staff. I will write this: THANKS GENERAL! LET THE EARTH YOU WILL BE FLUFF! YOU DID A GREAT MATTER PROTECTING THE PEOPLE OF SYRIA FROM THESE .... COW of the Islamic State!
  • donavi49 24 October 2015 13: 19 New
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    8 soldier officially died. Including this general. It is also noteworthy that for the first time paratroopers from the 55 division of the Iranian army took part in the battles to eliminate the breakthrough of militants on the supply route in Aleppo, it became known after the obituary for the dead paratrooper.
    1. kil 31 24 October 2015 13: 32 New
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      8 soldier officially died. Including this general. It is also noteworthy that for the first time paratroopers from the 55 division of the Iranian army took part in the battles to eliminate the breakthrough of militants on the supply route in Aleppo, it became known after the obituary for the dead paratrooper.

      Maybe this is a former serviceman of their Airborne Forces, and now the IRGC contractor? It is not audible that Iran would use aviation; there is no where to turn around in the air.
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        Well, they are not to the KIIR team in obituaries.

        And what about aviation? They did not parachute down into battle. They were completely redeployed to themselves in advance in advance, as in Samarra. And they are thrown into battle only when the situation is absolutely critical. The IG cut the supply route - they had to be knocked out immediately, and so they knocked out. And successfully. There, the combined forces acted, KUDS, militias, Syrian army. Quite realistically, reinforcements of paratrooper detachments gave.
  • donavi49 24 October 2015 13: 27 New
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    However, the reaction is commendable. The Syrians themselves would have been able to come up with something worthwhile by November.

    This is how many SVUs the babahs brought, but did not have time to do anything. The Iranians drove them away.



    Well, judging by the latest news, the planes did wake up, drank morning coffee and dispersed the Arkharovites to the north of Hama (where in the evening they squeezed out 2 urban settlements Markaba and Lakhai to the west of Morek in tanks and Toyota.

    1. atalef 24 October 2015 13: 38 New
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      This is how many SVUs the babahs brought, but did not have time to do anything. The Iranians drove them away.

      Typical Amer advanced weaponry.
      I understand Assad’s army - you can only fight such weapons with sunshine.
      1. kil 31 24 October 2015 13: 54 New
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        Quote: donavi49
        This is how many SVUs the babahs brought, but did not have time to do anything. The Iranians drove them away.

        Typical Amer advanced weaponry.
        I understand Assad’s army - you can only fight such weapons with sunshine.

        I agree about the sunshine. This is how many kg in one package? hi
      2. avt
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        Typical Amer advanced weaponry.

        Do you want songs? I have them. Like, they never saw Tou and other equipment taken away like the Syrian army, well, when did it fall apart at the beginning of glorious deeds, or what was taken from the Iraqi army packed by the US? And why then did yours show itself to you when USA threw it, when Hizbollah, or Hesbollah there - drummed, laid out videos for the songs as she rolls Abrams on the trailer ?? By the way, a good pickup truck under ZUShka in the second video.
        Quote: atalef
        I understand Assad’s army - you can only fight such weapons with sunshine.

        Yeah! Like presenting the excessive force used? Well, since the Shaman used to say in Chechnya - they shot from a machine gun - plummet out of the gun. Does it just seem to me, or does yours in Gaza do just that?
      3. Your friend 24 October 2015 15: 18 New
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        Quote: donavi49
        This is how many SVUs the babahs brought, but did not have time to do anything. The Iranians drove them away.

        Typical Amer advanced weaponry.
        I understand Assad’s army - you can only fight such weapons with sunshine.

        Finally, it’s not pralic, not prallly yours, you have to score with your feet, as in Burr-Sheva, so to speak proportionally.
  • Alcoholic 24 October 2015 13: 50 New
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    So I understand there is a hunt.
    Sorry for the general.
    And it’s completely not clear what the general is doing at the forefront.
    Little details.
  • xin-l 24 October 2015 13: 57 New
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    I think the only chance to be shot, not so "bombed" by an Iranian general, is if he suddenly finds himself in the Golan Heights where he will coordinate Hazbollah, which by the way has already happened. And since this is the province of Hama, where Israeli planes, taking into account our planes, do not reach, and whose special forces are unlikely to act there, most likely this valiant general was killed in a battle with terrorists, and not necessarily on the battlefield, that I don’t believe that Iranian the generals personally go into battle. Perhaps a crazy rocket or a line during stripping, everything happens in a war. By the way, the notorious Suleimani is doing there, they say he was seen a week ago when he was training Syrian troops. So there are Iranian few regular units of the IRGC, just like in Iraq, simply unofficially.
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 14: 11 New
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      all this brave general died in battle with terrorists, and not necessarily on the battlefield

      Apparently they (ISIS) heard the words of GDP - to soak in the toilet and ... Now the fourth has died
      Quote: xin-l
      Maybe a rocket or a line during stripping

      ISIS Crazy Rocket good
  • Ruslan 24 October 2015 14: 20 New
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    well done generals, at the forefront constantly. Do not be afraid to fall in battle. I respect.
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      well done generals, at the forefront constantly. Do not be afraid to fall in battle. I respect.

      good and we with the professor - respect good
  • Aleksey11 24 October 2015 14: 56 New
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    Firstly, if a “brigadier general” dies, it’s not “good”, it’s a “jamb” of Iranians, which they don’t feel is a plus, and with respect, it is very inappropriate here. Secondly, the Iranians would still have to move when the "senior comrades" come in. Well, to theirs generals of our "specialists" for protection you need to attach, and then some insanity.
    On the ground component - snipers, spotters, no one has canceled.
    According to ideology, the IG project of Shaitan) Guri will not.
    1. atalef 24 October 2015 15: 01 New
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      Firstly, if the "brigadier general" dies, this is not "good

      dp Really, for someone it's good good
      Quote: Aleksey11
      it’s a “cant” of Iranians, which they don’t feel is a plus, and with respect, it’s very inappropriate here

      Respect and what else
      Quote: Aleksey11
      . Secondly, the Iranians would still have to move when the "senior comrades" come in. Well, to theirs generals of our "specialists" for protection you need to attach, and then some insanity.

      and so it is also necessary to protect the Iranians? Can it also be removed from their sartirs?

      Quote: Aleksey11
      about ideology, IG project Shaitan) Guri will not.

      Why, so I'm a little bit interested in theology, explain hi
      1. Aleksey11 24 October 2015 15: 30 New
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        What he wrote, he wrote. Iranians are not strategists will push them.
        According to ideology- This is the main guarantee of victory. If Muslims are not like children, and I know that with all their history, they are against European or Anglo-Sankson politics - children, believe all crooks, then life can get better)))) in the Middle East.
  • gomer 24 October 2015 16: 17 New
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    Something wrong is going on with the generals. Where is the security service?
  • Evgeniy30 24 October 2015 16: 23 New
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    If we put our pot-bellied generals into battle, you won’t have to aim at them with closed eyes.

    And the general should not meddle in battle. Its task is to competently manage troops and ensure coordination with other armies and combat arms. And it doesn’t matter if he has a belly or not. The main thing is to have brains.
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      "Everyone fancies himself a strategist ..." (c)
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    who hired what
  • Prisoner 24 October 2015 19: 20 New
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    Cool generals in Iraq, just like ours in the Great Patriotic War. Eternal glory to the fallen for justice!
  • Grigorievich 24 October 2015 19: 28 New
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    But is this agency that reported the deaths of the generals not an analogue of the "censor" Echo? There, too, we just didn’t lose in Syria: the marines and pilots, and the planes and helicopters.
  • Olezhek 24 October 2015 20: 57 New
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    During the fighting with the IG in Syria, an Iranian general, Reza Havari, was killed, Vzglyad, citing the Iranian news agency Farsnews, reports.


    But I would check and recheck. Three different sources are needed ..
    A look - he also sometimes runs a misinformation request
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      But I would check and double-check.

      In fact, the Iranians have confirmed this.
  • 1rl141 24 October 2015 23: 59 New
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    Quote: olegkrava
    And I’ll put a minus to you Baikonur. The cat wept for normal generals, mostly stupid people and degenerates, I speak as an active soldier. Mostly baked for their ass, salary and retirement. Plus Napoleonic manners at the beginning, and at the end of the PUK.

    I do not agree. Of the fifteen generals that I personally know, half are very competent and worthy officers. Moreover, some, received general ranks undeservedly, for free, but quite decent people. And there are several among them that match your description about your ass, salary and pension. There is one that Serdyukov fired for an hour, allegedly for misuse of funds. Well, I didn’t just share it. And if I shared it, I’d probably still steal it slowly.
    When I was a lieutenant, I also thought, what did these generals think? Only they thought about their ass! So that together with me and 2 fighters they would change the pumping station at -25 and a wind of 20 m / s, weighing 250 kg, and all this by hand. They do not hesitate how I will do it, they only care about combat readiness and their own ass!
    But over the years, he began to realize that they are right, these generals. The main thing is that they, with their ranks about people, remember who helped them achieve these ranks.
    So when you yourself become a general, do not forget the simple soldier.
    Or maybe you won’t ... After all, the general has his own son .. But do not forget the soldier anyway.
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    In Syria, killed another Iranian general.
    The headline is for the yellow press. I think it would be right "another general died"
  • Valery56 25 October 2015 08: 29 New
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    Glory to the Warrior! Let the earth be in peace for him ... God alone among Christians, Muslims, Jews ... He will accept it ... "This is a Warrior who did not hide his heart behind his back !!!"