Qatar is ready to unleash a third world war

Qatar’s Foreign Minister Khalid Al-Attiyah said yesterday that his country does not rule out armed intervention in Syria. The statement at first glance looks propaganda, since Qatar is a small state, albeit a very rich one. But Qatar is already providing military, financial, political support to the Sunni opposition, opposing the current leader of Syria, Bashar Assad.




Russian entry aviation in the fighting has changed the balance of power in Syria. Saudi Arabia and Turkey previously announced their intentions to actually get involved in a war against the current authorities in Damascus. Thus, the words of the Qatar Foreign Minister about the readiness together with the allies to begin the intervention in Syria should be taken seriously. Some media outlets are already worried that the statement opens the possibility of unleashing a third world war.

In mid-October, during talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia’s defense minister, Muhammad ibn Salman, the Saudi side warned of the “dangerous consequences” of Moscow’s military intervention in the Syrian conflict on Assad’s side. For now these are just words. But the intentions of the countries supporting the opposition against the official government are already supported by real actions. For example, Qatar has more than once been accused of sponsoring and fully supporting Islamist terrorist organizations banned in Russia, such as Al Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Taliban, the Islamic State (IG) and Jabat al "Nusra." It is their militants who are now bombing Russian aviation.

The situation in Syria is connected with the geopolitical interests of various countries in the Middle East. The successes of the government troops, whose actions are supported by Russian aviation, show that Russia is already effectively defending its interests there.



The Suriya Al-En information portal reported that Syrian troops liberated five settlements on Thursday in the southwestern suburbs of Aleppo, the country's economic capital (355 km north of Damascus). In the course of the operation, the leader of the terrorist group “Imarat Kavkaz” banned in Russia, consisting of mercenaries, was destroyed. “Militants in a panic retreat, their defensive lines broken. The troops regain control over areas adjacent to the strategic highway Damascus-Aleppo, ”the Syrian pro-government media reported.

The Russian Spring website published yesterday a report by one of the commanders of the Syrian National Militia Forces (FNA). He notes that the Syrian army is operating near Aleppo with the support of Russian combat aircraft in cooperation with the Hezbollah units and resistance forces in Iraq. They "began the most active mass military operations in the south-western part of Aleppo, along with new army operations in the city of Hama and the province of Lattakia." The Syrian field commander says that “the goal of the operations is to clear these regions of terrorists ... If these operations are successful, the communications connecting the terrorist groups in the provinces of Aleppo, Lattakia and Idlib will be cut off, and the supply of funds to the militants across the Turkish border will be completely interrupted” - sure the commander. According to him, if the stripping operations in the south-western part of Aleppo, in North Hama and Idlib succeed, the main route connecting central Syria (Damascus province) with the northern regions of the country will become safe. Accordingly, the dispatch of equipment and the transfer of troops will be accelerated, and the terrorists in Eastern and Western Syria will be completely blocked.

This plan will be implemented if the troops of Saudi Arabia, the United States and Turkey do not begin to more actively support part of the groups fighting against the troops of Assad. This is quite likely, and in this case it is not a fact that Asad will quickly win the final victory. Although Latakia, where Russian military facilities are stationed, government troops, apparently, will soon be completely cleared of militants.

“For Russia, it is now very important through diplomatic channels to try to convince the countries supporting the IS and other terrorist groups not to do this. Therefore, it is necessary to support any initiatives to discuss problems related to the Syrian crisis. These problems, for example, will be discussed today in Vienna by representatives of the foreign affairs agencies of Russia, America, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. But one can hardly fully expect success here, ”said military expert Lieutenant-General Yuri Netkachev. He is confident that there will be no third world war yet. “Saudi Arabia and Turkey will not decide on direct intervention in Syria,” the expert believes. - Although, apparently, they will continue to support opposition groups weapons and financially. "
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  1. ML-334 27 October 2015 05: 40 New
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    How long will all these mongrel test the bear’s patience?
    1. Cheshire 27 October 2015 07: 42 New
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      It is necessary to take into account the enemy feints: bomb something (gas terminal) to eb *** m, and then apologize. The human factor, you see, the pilot may be wrong. request
      1. Kostyar 27 October 2015 08: 11 New
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        These sneaks dare threaten us ...?!
        Nuka p-went to the place, mongrel sub-intakes, before it started !!!
        1. avt
          avt 27 October 2015 09: 05 New
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          Quote: Bone
          These sneaks dare threaten us ...?!

          Well, having a couple of USA bases and a command center in the region, again, USA, why not munch it? Small bug, but smelly and stinks not only gas.
          1. _Vladislav_ 27 October 2015 09: 45 New
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            Saudi Arabia and Turkey previously announced their intentions to actually get involved in a war against the current authorities in Damascus. Thus, to the words of the Qatar Foreign Minister about the readiness, together with the Allies, to begin the intervention in Syria

            No, I think this is unlikely. Qatar has nothing special to fight. Air Force - 9 units Mirage-2000-5EDA and 3 units. Mirage-2000-5DDA, 6 units Alpha Jet, main tank 35 units. AMX-30S, self-propelled guns 28 units 155mm AMX MK F-3 ... ..etc.

            Putin made it clear that Syria is our ally. An attack on Assad will mean an attack on the Russian air forces. Since in this case they will be the main target.
            But at this stage, Russia is in control of the situation. P.E. one can prepare for a threat from without. Such statements reaffirm the need for more aircraft. In addition, there is no doubt that the Ministry of Education R.F. closely monitors such statements, and draws relevant conclusions.

            PS
            The likelihood of a global conflict unleashing in the Middle East remains, p. the main task is to fully integrate Iraq into the "anti-western" coalition. Russia - Iran - Iraq - Syria is a strong combination.
            Even in the case of a non-nuclear, but still a conflict, the Western coalition has little chance of victory. And partly because regionally they are weaker. Even if Israel comes into conflict.

            But they will take this step only in deep despair, because defeat in such a war (and it is most likely) will mean fatal consequences for them.
            1. Talgat 27 October 2015 17: 26 New
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              In fact, Qatar and other Saudis obscurantists should first of all fear not Russia - but a more geographically close enemy - Iran

              Iran is a "natural" antagonist and an enemy of the Saudis and Cathars. So far, the Saudi Cathars saves the roof of the United States

              there will be no roof - on the second day, Iran will slam the medieval obscurantists at a time - and neither Amer’s weapons nor the military budget will help them

              Russia is sure to provide at least moral support to Iran (and all of us too)
              1. crazyrom 28 October 2015 02: 14 New
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                What is there to unleash with this Qatar, 3 governors 20 MT there and everything, the problem is solved.
        2. WKS
          WKS 27 October 2015 10: 58 New
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          All this “Qatar of the Persian Gulf”, 75x180 km in size, will be erased from the “face” of the Gulf with one blow in the first minutes of World War 3, which it is ready to unleash.
          1. Sasha_Sar 27 October 2015 11: 20 New
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            These Bedouins hope to sit out in the sand ...
            1. Shadowcat 27 October 2015 13: 57 New
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              If so then they should do yoga. You have to sit on glass and in glass.
            2. Shadowcat 27 October 2015 13: 57 New
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              If so then they should do yoga. You have to sit on glass and in glass.
      2. Volzhanin 27 October 2015 08: 59 New
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        Cherish "by accident" with gauges at their oil fields and pipelines so that they know their place.
        These dwarf disgusting under-states, such as troesprotin or Qatar completely lost their heads. Little-minded people don’t understand who they are!
        1. I do not care 27 October 2015 09: 15 New
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          Did this Qatar see itself on the map?
          1. wasjasibirjac 27 October 2015 09: 46 New
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            Quote: me by
            Did this Qatar see itself on the map?

            Of course I saw. sort of eeeee .. penis attached to Saudi Arabia. repeat how does he want to transfer his army to Syria, past the Saudis and Iraqis?
        2. Tujh 27 October 2015 10: 12 New
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          There is nothing to herach. It is simply necessary that the Shiites in Yemen "accidentally" have modern weapons on the "second front". Well, so that “accidentally” in the east of Sayudovskaya Arabia, Shiite tribes “suddenly” have new leaders who could rally these tribes and declare independence from the KSA, and at the same time present a bill for the subsoil use of their land. This is where the trickle of money begins to grind.
          1. sa-ag 27 October 2015 11: 04 New
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            Quote: Tujh
            who could rally these tribes and declare independence from the KSA, and at the same time present a bill for the subsoil use of their land. This is where the trickle of money begins to grind.

            Moreover, due to the appearance on the market of even cheaper oil, oil and gas are the basis of the modern economy, but you do not pick out the foundation blocks from under your house to build your own barn?
        3. Insurgent LC 27 October 2015 12: 12 New
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          it’s much easier for Qatar to cut loot through the sale of LNG gas to make a sea blockade so that not one tanker slips and they howl, and the whole topic started with the support of Qatar and the UAE in order to capture Syria with its infrastructure of pipelines and oil production for land gas delivery to Europe plus a bonus on Syrian oil plus a good piece Turkey promised so that the trio of Turkey, Qatar and the UAE created this smut, but as they say for every tricky ass there is a bolt with a left-hand thread
          1. asar 27 October 2015 15: 29 New
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            Arabian Sea, Qatar gas carriers, Somali pirates ...
            "unsuccessful capture", the loss of "gas carriers"
            everything can be ...!
            Qatar should be "friends with the head," and not make hasty statements!
      3. sieras 27 October 2015 10: 54 New
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        Nope, why apologize. say: "Oh, mistake, we will conduct our investigation, all those responsible will be blablabla." what will happen is not clear :)
        that will be more like that.
        1. asiat_61 28 October 2015 01: 31 New
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          All perpetrators will be awarded with state awards.
      4. Xanna 27 October 2015 11: 01 New
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        It is their pilot who may be mistaken, but ours are not mistaken, which is why they are the best.
      5. papas-57 27 October 2015 20: 02 New
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        `` The human factor, you see, the pilot may be wrong. '' No need to blame on our pilots. We must blame it on the American GPS, which misled our precision bomb. And if, in all honesty, all these small money bags have to be put back in place for a long time, so as not to blather too much.
    2. ava09 27 October 2015 08: 56 New
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      Quote: ML-334
      How long will all these mongrel test the bear’s patience?


      Until the Big White Brother ceases to incite them because of the Big Puddle.
    3. vyinemeynen 27 October 2015 09: 05 New
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      Quote: ML-334
      How long will all these mongrel test the bear’s patience?

      Qatar in the world is called the "barking mouse", and you raised it to mongrel! wink
      1. kartalovkolya 27 October 2015 10: 14 New
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        I want to remind you, dear colleagues, that the purpose of using Caliber from the Caspian Sea region was not only the camps, warehouses, headquarters and bases of ISIS, but also a “transparent” hint to all the so-called “to the friends of Syria” (read the enemies of the Syrian people) about the possibilities of Russia in “bringing to the World” especially violent and restless, wishing to invade the territory of our ally of Syria! And besides, these "camelers" can get another "surprise" in Yemen if they don’t calm down or they think that the US is ready to "harness" because of them to a direct armed conflict with Russia ?! Of course, the "blue dream" of the striped stars to drag Russia into a long protracted War in the Middle East, but they forget that Russia’s brilliant strategist and politician V.V. is at the head of the country, and he has repeatedly put them in a puddle. with your unexpected moves and decisions! But these "world ridges" have not yet answered Russia for the aggression in the Caucasus, oh "... do not wake Likho while it is quiet ..."!
    4. Coconut Tima 27 October 2015 10: 46 New
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      Qatar of the stomach is a disease (an outdated name for acute gastritis). And diseases must be treated!
    5. Imperialkolorad 27 October 2015 13: 07 New
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      Quote: ML-334
      How long will all these mongrel test the bear’s patience?

      Guess nothing. In the event of a major world conflict, their territory will rightfully be occupied by one of the warring parties. This is where their chocolate life ends.
    6. kepmor 27 October 2015 13: 09 New
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      Do not take this crap to heart! Remember the classic "grandfather Krylov" and his "Elephant and Pug"!
      Here's the answer for you ... Well, they’re miserable in life, what a dol ... you take, even the analysis will be rotten!
  2. Blackwizardru 27 October 2015 05: 42 New
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    The third world is unlikely to be worn out, but the second is Korea or Vietnam ......
  3. mig31 27 October 2015 05: 42 New
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    The pug against the Elephant stretched out from fear, the smaller the country, the more the O.N.
  4. Zomanus 27 October 2015 05: 46 New
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    Yes, apparently the third world in any case can not be avoided.
    Because like a global crisis.
    And it is usually decided by the deriban of another country,
    due to the reserves of which then the rest of the countries live.
    Apparently this time, the Driban will affect the countries of the Middle East.
    1. mihasik
      mihasik 27 October 2015 07: 56 New
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      Quote: Zomanus
      Yes, apparently the third world in any case can not be avoided

      And as Putin says: "If a fight is inevitable, you have to beat first."
      Qatar and the SA only for the “Nord Ost” and Budenovsk, it would not hurt to level it with the Arabian desert.
      1. sa-ag 27 October 2015 08: 08 New
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        Quote: mihasik
        "If a fight is inevitable, you have to beat first."

        C'mon, it was already - "Beat the first, Freddy" :-)
      2. Asadullah 27 October 2015 09: 04 New
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        Qatar and the SA only for the “Nord Ost” and Budenovsk, it would not hurt to level it with the Arabian desert.


        Do not rush, the evil created will destroy them.
    2. Vadim237 27 October 2015 11: 07 New
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      If something starts there, then it’s good for us - oil will immediately fly up to 200 bucks.
  5. ImPerts 27 October 2015 05: 46 New
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    No, well, Qatar is very strong, very.
    1. Tektor 27 October 2015 13: 41 New
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      Like, hold me seven, right now I’ll pile on everyone ...
  6. Oml
    Oml 27 October 2015 05: 52 New
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    Well, at the same time, clean up this territory from the Islamists.
  7. Armored optimist 27 October 2015 06: 07 New
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    Qatar, in this case, acts as a "knitter" or whatever the provocateur is called on a hair dryer.
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      mihasik 27 October 2015 09: 01 New
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      Quote: armored optimist
      Qatar, in this case, acts as a "knitter" or whatever the provocateur is called on a hair dryer.

      And what prevents you from calling a spade a spade and showing the world not the "Powell test tube", but the real nursery of the militants of the Islamic State and Al Qaeda in Qatar?
      1. max702 27 October 2015 10: 49 New
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        Alas, there are US bases ... Therefore, no military action against Qatar .. They showed with caliber type WE CAN! But there are still doubts about the political will (Fabian Titan), while all Russia's actions were within the “framework” and we didn’t show anything beyond natural, we muttered no more and no more .. Now, if we dismantle the same Qatar especially with the use of nuclear weapons, then yes, we really will show that it IS NECESSARY to reckon with us, when the world hegemon sees that they really spit on him, yes .. True, this is all fraught with the decline of civilization, although personally I think that the hegemon has a thin gut for the complete destruction of Qatar, we will remove questions about the possible use of all "forces and means."
  8. Barboskin 27 October 2015 06: 10 New
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    And she wants to rush and mother does not order. On the one hand, all this is their brainchild, and on the other, no one wants to contact Russia, and falling into the open support of terrorists is fraught. At the same time, the West is pushing in the back, they would be very beneficial to a large batch in which we would be bogged down. Oil decides menogo, the Saudis and Qatar do not really need war, it would be better to return high oil prices, for this purpose it is necessary to make contact with Moscow, and it is very painful to break the western leash.
    1. sa-ag 27 October 2015 07: 25 New
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      Quote: Barboskin
      it would be better to return high oil prices, for this we need to make contact with Moscow,

      This will not increase the price of oil, it is most likely to expect a decrease, because the capacity of oil storage facilities around the world has its limit, and there is no growth in the global economy as a consumer of hydrocarbons, oil discharge at a lower price should be expected
    2. _GSVG_ 27 October 2015 08: 04 New
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      As soon as high oil prices return, the Yankees will activate its production at home, it will become profitable for them.
      But to extinguish all the Basmachi in Syria, in its oil-bearing regions, at least, to interrupt the supply of cheap oil from them to Turkey, and to whom they still supply it, is a real task, and it is necessary for all oil-producing states, and apparently this is one of the reasons why our videoconferencing iron "spirits"
      1. Insurgent LC 27 October 2015 12: 20 New
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        the whole topic around oil is started for a completely different reason; everything lies on the surface of the gentlemen, the fact is that 80 percent of the world's oil actually belongs to the United States and their allies are controlled by the United States, but the chip in another, the main gas reserves belong to Russia, Iran and Qatar, and gas is linked to the price of oil so as soon as Russia tried to increase gas sales and feints began with oil and various sticks in the wheels of gas pipelines the northern south stream, etc. Qatar, although an important seller of gas, delivery is by tankers through the LNG terminals and it’s expensive and they put pressure on all sides Russia and Iran
  9. Junior, I 27 October 2015 06: 20 New
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    Churkin then said about Qatar, I liked
    Churkin stands in front of Hamad letting him know that the interview is over, puts his hand on his shoulder and says: “I have a meeting with the Syrian representative Jafari about this resolution, but I would like to remind you that your state did not exist on the map at that time, when the Russian fleet sailed between the waves in the Persian Gulf two centuries ago. And remember, a story is sometimes reproduced in the form of a comedy, so don’t become the hero of this comedy, when laughter is inappropriate, this is the tragedy that is happening today. ”
    This quarrel was shown on France24, during which Churkin added, referring to Qatar: “You are a guest on the Security Council. So be respectful. In any case, I do not appeal to you. I speak on behalf of Great Russia and only with great ones. ”
  10. Garyn 27 October 2015 06: 23 New
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    Somehow I do not believe that a well-fed, wealthy Qatar would like to enter an open war. There is something for them to lose.
    1. Armored optimist 27 October 2015 06: 35 New
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      They hope to provoke, and then hide behind Amer’s back.
      1. Vita vko 27 October 2015 07: 07 New
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        persuade countries supporting ISIS and other terrorist groups not to do so
        It’s the same as convincing the organizers of criminal gangs to force their gangs to lay down their arms and engage in agriculture.
        Quote: Garyn
        rich Qatar would like to enter into open war. There is something for them to lose.

        With the help of money, you can unleash a conflict and even organize a coup d'etat, but for people to go to fight for real money a little, you need serious motivation, such as the Assad troops or the Donbass militia. For big money, some people can take a chance, but no one will really fight. Qatar's replicas are just the thoughts of their masters in Washington, probe the reaction of Russia. But the open support of terrorists is already a challenge to the whole World and the UN. On the eve of the election, their allies in the United States will not be able to support Qatar with all their unlimited "love" for $.
    2. Altona 27 October 2015 08: 06 New
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      Quote: Garyn
      Somehow I do not believe that a well-fed, wealthy Qatar would like to enter an open war. There is something for them to lose.

      -----------------------
      They will have nothing to lose ... They simply will not ...
  11. Tatar 174 27 October 2015 06: 40 New
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    So why does the UN exist? Urgently convene the General Assembly and raise the question of the danger of the Third World War. Declare sanctions against those countries that support ISIS, probably already have enough evidence on this subject, with their complete international blockade (embargo on oil exports, etc.). Announce ... A lot of things can be announced and the main thing is to achieve the implementation of UN decisions if they are of course adopted.
  12. Reptiloid 27 October 2015 06: 45 New
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    Qatar is a puppet of Amers. The fact that it’s Pug is very suitable to further demonize the Russian Federation. Diplomatic channels are good, just something out of the ordinary should be in order to act on opponents. Our diplomats ---- success!
  13. Wedmak 27 October 2015 06: 46 New
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    Qatar has not yet realized that not everything can be bought for money. I hope they have enough mind not to get into a showdown against Syria, Iran and Russia. Slam without even looking back. And no UN or NATO will help.
  14. sgr291158 27 October 2015 06: 53 New
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    Let us not get bogged down like Afghanistan.
    1. Tatyana 27 October 2015 07: 54 New
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      sgr291158 (1)
      How could we not get bogged down like Afghanistan.
      Firstly, the time is different now - not like during the time of the presence of Soviet troops in Afghanistan. Moreover, the weapons are different, and the military situation in the Middle East and Europe is more neglected.
      Secondly, let it be better, as in Afghanistan, than the invaders will come to Russia.
      Partly because of this, taking into account the experience of the withdrawal of Russian troops from Afghanistan, Russia is providing assistance to the legitimate government of Syria.
      In addition, the quality of Russia's presence in Afghanistan was still different. For now, anyway.
      And the 3 World War against Russia is ALREADY not just prepared, but ALREADY implemented by NATO countries under the leadership of world financiers of the US Federal Reserve.
      Therefore, it is impossible for Russia to “hide its head in the sand” - with its head it is necessary to comprehensively sensibly assess the situation and make the right decisions! You cannot be wrong! This is already a war!
    2. Roman 11 27 October 2015 08: 52 New
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      Let us not get bogged down like Afghanistan.

      Yes, it seems like a real war went on for 2 years, 1984-1985. I talked with a helicopter pilot who visited there several times, and just in those years, it was really hot there - it even reached the real attacks of the Dushmans. For example, they specifically overlaid Kandahar in the mid-80s.
      And after 84-85, the Dushmans somehow quickly snickered and did not hinder us much - mainly the mine war, the Stingers, their beloved, but rare attacks on the columns.
      Once again, they seriously tried to make a difference in 1987, when Hikmatyar tried to take the Khost province, but ours carried out Operation Main, where the famous 9 company distinguished itself by the way.
      Well, then a man with a spot on his forehead withdrew troops. And he did it right, otherwise now there would be uninhabited land - by 1989 half of the population had emigrated to refugee camps in Pakistan, about 2 million were exterminated by the war. If ours had stood there for about 5 years, I don’t even stutter about the war - the provinces were almost depleted, only when Akhmat Shah was withdrawn in Pandshere there were 12 thousand under arms, which was the reason for their extermination. How? Silently, as was always done there - with bombing.
  15. Zaurbek 27 October 2015 07: 07 New
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    In Qatar, it’s even difficult to bomb, because there is a US military base there. There is a risk of falling.
    1. Das Boot 27 October 2015 07: 59 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      In Qatar, even bombing is difficult

      and why, sorry, why should we bomb Qatar? Are we at war? Is this the territory adjacent to the theater of war? Does the Qatari XNUMX army take anyone seriously? What is it all about?
    2. Roman 11 27 October 2015 08: 57 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      In Qatar, it’s even difficult to bomb, because there is a US military base there. There is a risk of falling.

      Yes, he yelled like that, from despair - he swelled money there, but it’s insulting to lose ..... nothing happens.
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    Everything may come sooner.
    Naglosaksa went to the Chinese artificial islands.
    http://crimsonalter.livejournal.com/79113.html
  17. vovan50 27 October 2015 07: 31 New
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    It reminds me of my childhood, when, to start a fight, they let out a small but cocky kid who started to lift them in every possible way. And when I got it in the neck, then the main group came out and with the words, why do you insult the little ones, started a brawl. And it seems that they decided to entrust Qatar with this unseemly role of a small but very proud mongrel.
  18. Das Boot 27 October 2015 08: 01 New
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    The mess in BV is already timid, but more and more often called the "small world". Not by scale, of course, but by interested persons involved.
  19. Roman 11 27 October 2015 08: 04 New
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    Some media outlets are already worried that the statement opens the possibility of unleashing a third world war.
    That loves world wars everywhere laughing You might think that because of Assad, some Honduras will get involved in the war. A couple of coalitions of Iran with Russia, Syria, possibly Lebanon (or its active assistance), maybe Iraq, with possible financing of China on the one hand, and all the terrorists, oppositionists, Caliphate, Saudis, Jordan, Turkey, Qatar (those rich and their mercenaries) + the active financial assistance of the West, with the possible participation of mercenaries of the Chevkas, as well as our partners Ukrainians from the Aidar battalion and others from the world in the pine, including Georgians ..... how could it be without them).
  20. Roman 11 27 October 2015 08: 13 New
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    It should be borne in mind that this tramp is just beginning - a lot of money has already been thrown into the furnace of war, and none of the parties will make concessions until the complete defeat of one of the coalitions.
  21. Zaurbek 27 October 2015 08: 37 New
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    Example: You caught the famous Qatar special forces during or after a sabotage against Russian troops in Syria. Received testimony, what are the actions of the Russian Federation?
    1. alex-cn 27 October 2015 08: 48 New
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      most likely they will disappear without noise and without traces. Unless we really need something ... then international noise may raise ...
  22. zenith 27 October 2015 09: 07 New
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    Quote: Blackwizardru
    Blackwizardru SU Today, 05:42 AM New

    The third world is unlikely to be extradited, but the second is Korea or Vietnam

    I do not agree with you a little. The way to start a war with several participants on the "their" side is quite natural - this is an invasion of Syria. Since the theme of Syria is in the throat of these few. At the same time, the so-called "legitimacy" of this collision is poorly pulled. And if Russia personally unilaterally runs over to the "bazaar" (for example) in Qatar, then this is a showdown between the state and the state. And whoever fits in will show himself not from a legitimate side, but as a subject who wants to measure strength with Russia. If Putin meant this by saying that if something “if a fight is inevitable, then he’s used to be the first to hit,” then this is a clear promise for the future to all these Cathars and craps.
  23. zenith 27 October 2015 09: 17 New
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    The simplest thing for the Syrians is to change jurisdiction from a sovereign state to a union one, for example, entrance to the CSTO, EurAsEC, or to the federation. That's just a referendum in wartime does not ride. We love the same in world law. It is necessary to clean the territory clean from the Baboons and then quickly identify the Syrians. Maybe all this is being prepared? The practice is already great of such matters.
    1. AlexTires 27 October 2015 09: 42 New
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      The rest of the CSTO members may be maturing, because the region is unstable militarily and such a clearly politically motivated decision will not work ... Remember NATO and the refusal to join countries with unresolved territorial issues, the analogy is the same ...
  24. AlexTires 27 October 2015 09: 38 New
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    Well, well ... Campaign, they shake their teeth ...
  25. Fotoceva62 27 October 2015 10: 00 New
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    Terrorists in Syria fed and nurtured for decades, and here such a bummer-Russia! ISIS and other alahakbar by their very existence defame the Creator.
    The United States, the European Union, and the sheikhs of the bay use these bandits as weapons, but the weapons turned out to be a boomerang that is returning. Lord Gopnik, the time has come ... to collect stones ... and you will not envy! Well, the fate of the mongrels who imagined themselves to be sheikhs generally seems unenviable in the current circumstances.
    1. aleks 62 next 27 October 2015 10: 18 New
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      .... Well, why bury Assad ????? .... laughing ..... There should be another in theory .... laughing
      1. inpu 27 October 2015 12: 43 New
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        Quote: aleks 62 next
        .... Well, why bury Assad ?????

        That he is so.
  26. YGV-97219 27 October 2015 10: 37 New
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    Someone already wrote, and I completely agree with this that we must participate in all conferences and all sorts of other talkers in Syria while continuing to hammer the devils in full!
    1. Vadim237 27 October 2015 11: 12 New
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      Ours just needs to increase the videoconferencing grouping by three times.
  27. X Y Z 27 October 2015 11: 17 New
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    Right now, diplomatic pressure is important. And to accompany him with a well-organized campaign calling not to support terrorists with weapons. Any appearance of new weapons should be immediately identified, and the country that delivered it should be declared an accomplice of terrorists, despite the faces.
  28. Stalnov I.P. 27 October 2015 11: 59 New
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    These Arab clowns got bogged down in Yemen and you think they can still pull Syria, then the Saudis will surely fall apart if Iran and Russia push the Shiites a little, and 70% of the population in Arabia. Yemen has now sunk the warship of the Saudis, so they immediately removed all their warships. And about Qatar, remember, their Gardens were bored in two days, just saying you’ll climb will be enough for one TU-22 to prevent bad thoughts. I think that if we proceed from the statements of the GDP, we can expect other surprises besides Caliber, however.
    1. sa-ag 27 October 2015 12: 53 New
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      And about Qatar, remember, their Gardens for two days bore,

      There wasn’t one, Kuwait yes, but not Qatar
  29. sledge 27 October 2015 12: 06 New
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    I saw that Qatar on the map repeat
  30. Georgovi4 27 October 2015 12: 13 New
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    It became scary, they woke this terrible monster in vain.
  31. Denis Skiff 27 October 2015 12: 36 New
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    Quote: Zomanus
    Yes, apparently the third world in any case can not be avoided.
    Because like a global crisis.
    And it is usually decided by the deriban of another country,
    due to the reserves of which then the rest of the countries live.
    Apparently this time, the Driban will affect the countries of the Middle East.

    We do not need a third world. Pull back. And there have always been local ones.
  32. Victor-M 27 October 2015 12: 36 New
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    It would be necessary to make a statement that Russia will begin to strike at the military infrastructure of those countries that financially support terrorism, and see who will be most outraged about this.
  33. African 27 October 2015 13: 08 New
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    Once Churkin, at a UN session, said to the Qatar ambassador, who said bad words to Russia - once again you will blather something like that, your country will not live until morning. And it became quiet. Apparently forgotten. We must remind them again.
  34. Fuzeler 27 October 2015 13: 40 New
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    I just don’t understand one thing: if the IS militants deserted and retreated in a panic, then why can't the Syrian Arab army liberate key settlements, and is it moving so slowly?
  35. Turkir 27 October 2015 14: 04 New
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    This news, to me personally, reminds me of one moment from a film about Baron Munchausen, who declared war on England, and maybe not only me ...
  36. EVIL KOLORAD 27 October 2015 14: 13 New
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    Quote: _Vladislav_
    No, I think this is unlikely. Qatar has nothing special to fight. Air Force - 9 units Mirage-2000-5EDA and 3 units. Mirage-2000-5DDA, 6 units Alpha Jet, main tank 35 units. AMX-30S, self-propelled guns 28 units 155mm AMX MK F-3 ... ..etc.

    Qatar has money ...
  37. vnord 27 October 2015 14: 41 New
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    Quote: African
    Once Churkin, at a UN session, said to the Qatar ambassador, who said bad words to Russia - once again you will blather something like that, your country will not live until morning. And it became quiet. Apparently forgotten. We must remind them again.

    I heard the same thing at one time, but like Lavrov at the UN said.
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  39. Yurmix 27 October 2015 17: 55 New
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    Qatar has money ..

    Qatar has loot, Russia has Tu-22M3 which arrived in Ossetia the other day. Now our flyers are almost ready for the task, one missile launch and more than ten targets as it was. GDP will let literate katarans see huh eh, sobering sobering heads. laughing
  40. 30143 27 October 2015 18: 56 New
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    ! A pair of Gauges with Bullseye and ...
    They generally messed up the rams. You have to hit the telecentre and Qatar radio and TV.
  41. becks 27 October 2015 19: 58 New
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    AZOCHN-WAY !!!! Qatar, promised to invade, on his war camels !!!! Covered with expensive cloth !!!! Shroud!! called)))))))))))))) good fool soldier
  42. Arzoo 27 October 2015 22: 06 New
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    And they don’t want to get a couple of calibers in the residence of the emir?