What will turn Qatar's military intervention in Syria

Earlier, on October 21, Qatar’s Foreign Minister Khalid Al-Attiyah made a very intriguing statement about the possible intervention of Qatari armed forces in the Syrian conflict. "If military intervention protects the Syrian people from the cruelty of the regime, we will do it," the world media quoted him as saying. In his speech, the Foreign Minister also mentioned "Turkish and Saudi brothers", but also Turkey and Saudi Arabia, however, in this situation, they preferred to keep silent and not to mention publicly about the interventions.


What will turn Qatar's military intervention in Syria

Qatar Air Force Fighters
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Qatar has long been entrusted with the reputation of being a sponsor of various militant groups favored by the emirate’s monarchy, but the state hasn’t climbed much into open fighting. But in recent years, the situation has changed slightly, and Qatari soldiers happened to trample the land of Libya and Yemen. Yes, the Qatari presence in these countries was very limited in the composition of intergovernmental coalitions. But behind these actions with the naked eye are seen timid attempts to strengthen their power in the region, including with the help of such a popular tool in this business as the army.

The Qatari Armed Forces count for different data from 11 800 to 12 200 people. The country's military budget is two billion dollars a year, which, given the modest size of the army, is quite a lot.
If we divide the amount of the country's defense expenditures by the number of servicemen, then 170 thousand dollars will be issued for each. In Russia, for example, this figure is approximately 65,5 thousand per soldier.
The military equipment of the Qatar Armed Forces is mainly new models of the French military-industrial complex, but there are also German representatives, for example, Tanks Leopard and Mercedes Trucks. For example, the emirate has 62 MBT (main battle tank) Leopard 2A7 and up to 40 French MBT AMX-30. To all this is added several dozens of infantry fighting vehicles, armored vehicles with mine protection and armored personnel carriers.


"Leopard-2"
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Artillery of Qatar boasts German self-propelled guns with a caliber of 155 mm (the monarchy bought 24 units of such units, and how much I managed to get - a question) and twelve South African G5 self-propelled guns of the same caliber. The Qatari MLRS is represented by 18 Brazilian Astros and three Soviet Grads. In addition, the monarchs have a couple of hundreds of anti-tank missiles, including the American Javelins. This is where the representation of the “God of War” in the Qatari military forces ends, apart from various infantry mortars.

Among the anti-aircraft means an abundance of obvious new products from Qatar is not noticed. And it is logical that the country is not called on from scratch to sponsor Wahhabis and Islamic extremists around the world. And Western countries, despite their allied relations with the emirate, are still reluctant to sell her what may then turn out to be at the Al-Qaida militants *, Hamas, other radical groups and shoot at NATO planes or at all on civilian sides.

At the end of the 80s, the Americans were seriously offended by the monarchs of Qatar precisely because they had bought man-portable air defense systems from the United States from the Mujahideen of Afghanistan. The Americans suddenly remembered about "tight control over the circulation of MANPADS" and demanded the monarchs surrender them. Those refused, and as a result, the US Senate imposed a ban on the sale of any weapons to Qatar. Two years later, the Qataris agreed to the disposal of the "Left" MANPADS and the ban was lifted.

The current armament of Qatar’s air defense system consists mainly of the old British systems, which have remained since the emirate preferred to purchase weapon by Her Majesty. Nevertheless, a certain number of American, French and Soviet MANPADS are still in service with the state. It is also worth noting that in 2014, the Middle Eastern state signed a contract worth $ 7 billion with the United States for the supply of ten batteries of Patriot anti-aircraft missile systems. The supply of these air defense systems to the troops was not reported.


Patriot (Patriot)
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Currently, the main force of the monarchy's air force is the French fighters 14 Dassault "Mirage" 2000. In addition, the French have already ordered the new 24 Dassault "Rafale", and the Americans are going to put 24 attack helicopter "Apache". Interestingly, most of the state's air force is made up of various transport workers, as well as training and passenger aircraft.

The Arab naval forces include one landing ship and various patrol and rocket boats.

As for combat experience, his Qatari Armed Forces recently received only in Libya and Yemen. Given that in both of these campaigns, the Qatari presence was rather scanty, then there can be no talk of any serious "hardening" of the troops. In the same Libya, the Qatari contingent was limited to six Mirage fighters and a staff of military advisers for the rebels. In Yemen, about QNUMX Qatari military personnel and 1000 fighters were stationed, but their active participation in hostilities was not reported.

If we take earlier conflicts, the tankers of Qatar managed to make war against Saddam Hussein in the Persian Gulf in 1991.

Based on the foregoing, such an army, even with the support of the Saudis, should not be a serious threat to the demoralized forces of Assad. After all, the same Saudi Arabia suffers serious setbacks in the fight against the Yemeni rebels, many of whom for the first time took up arms. Of course, a possible Qatari-Saud intrusion into Syria will significantly undermine the already deplorable situation of Assad, but it has every chance of surviving a defensive conventional war against these states.


F-16
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The greatest threat from the Qatari Armed Forces is represented by the Mirage fighters, but at the same time, Syria’s air defense has remained almost intact and the Qataris will enjoy less flying in the Syrian sky than in Yemen. And in it, by the way, the rebels shot down five Saudi fighters (two F-16 and three F-15) and one F-16 Morocco. Given that the Qatari pilots are at about the same level, and the Assad's anti-aircraft gunners are much better trained than the Yemeni rebels and have more advanced equipment, the conclusion suggests itself for itself.

Therefore, no real intervention by Qatar, at least without the serious support of other actors of the region (with the mandatory participation of Turkey), is out of the question.

By the way, Syria has already warned Qatar about the "hard reaction" to any military intervention. "If Qatar carries out its threat of intervention, then we will consider it as a direct aggression ... Our response will be very harsh," said Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal al-Mekdad.

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  1. Sasha 19871987 27 October 2015 15: 00 New
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    Qatar can only produce oil, for the war they have a small intestine ...
    1. Isum 27 October 2015 15: 41 New
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      And even then, in their conditions, this oil is extracted almost by itself, but our country can and can produce oil almost everywhere.
    2. VP
      VP 27 October 2015 16: 16 New
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      Not just oil. Another gas.
      Because of him and the butch - Qatar wants to launch a gas pipeline to Europe through Syria and Turkey.
      With Turkey, everything is in the ointment, Europe is not opposed, and Assad sent away.
      "The groom agrees, the relatives also, but the bride ... Poor we still educate our youth" (c) Caucasian captive
      1. Kent0001 27 October 2015 17: 28 New
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        The first clever idea in a long period of time. Plus. The root of the problem is this.
    3. svp67 27 October 2015 17: 43 New
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      Quote: Sasha 19871987
      Qatar can only produce oil, for the war they have a small intestine ...

      Yes? And Qatar is already in Poland and the Baltic, it is already in Belarus !!! And mind you, without aircraft and cruise missile attacks ... Qatar is carrying out a "creeping expansion." He pushes his money everywhere, and then tightens his interests. Assad did not want this, moreover, he turned out to be so bold that he decided to resist. Well, let's see what happens next. One thing I can say is that the fight against Qatar will not be easy for us.
      1. UREC 27 October 2015 19: 45 New
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        It will be necessary to entrust her (the struggle) to one of the Arabs.
      2. sokrat7 27 October 2015 20: 35 New
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        Throw to carry such ravings. Day and no army of Qatar.
        1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov 27 October 2015 22: 18 New
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          Qatar's area is 11 square meters. km (for comparison, the Vladimir region area is 571 thousand sq. km, Crimea area is 29 000 thousand sq. km), but the Bedouins, together with the caliphs and sultans, are 17 million 124 thousand (in Moscow 1 million, in St. Petersburg 700 million) .
          Here are just the third largest oil reserves in the world. So they lift their camel tails above the turban!
    4. Observer2014 27 October 2015 19: 05 New
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      What will turn Qatar's military intervention in Syria
      And I would not stand on ceremony with Qatar (in which case). The places there are desert, so the appearance of the planet there will change little. But will there be a radiation background increased for some time.
      1. bif
        bif 27 October 2015 21: 41 New
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        Quote: Observer2014
        What will turn Qatar's military intervention in Syria

        Well, there will not be this purulent acne on the body of our planet ...
        "A senior source in the Russian Air Force said that Russia has plans to bombard the monarchies of the bay - Qatar and Saudi Arabia. This is not a secret, such plans were developed during the USSR, since then they have changed a bit, replacing the landing in a friendly at that time, Iraq to refuel in the air over the Caspian Sea, ”the officer said. He noted that this can be done by both a link of Su-27 fighters and modern Su-34 bombers with additional tanks, accompanied by Su-27.

        “Today the situation is such that even if Su-34 does not have enough fuel to leave Iran’s airspace on return, they can sit right there,” he said, “the combat radius of Su-27 allows you to fly to the capitals of the monarchies and vice versa, the Su-34 is smaller. ”
        .. The source also said that the entire operation to destroy the ruling circles of the monarchies from the air needs no more than 24 hours. "
        This article was even published on topwar.ru
    5. Vyacheslav 64 27 October 2015 20: 23 New
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      Can I congratulate the planet on the birth of a new serious military force? :) Much has been written about the presence of military equipment and personnel, but what about the fighting spirit? How are things with combat experience ???
      1. Vladimir Pozlnyakov 27 October 2015 22: 20 New
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        But what about the mandatory FIVE prayers to Allah per day in case of hostilities?
    6. avdkrd 28 October 2015 16: 28 New
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      Quote: Sasha 19871987
      Qatar can only produce oil, for the war they have a small intestine ...

      Qatar is essentially the capital of ISIS, at least all regulation comes from there. Americans are ideologists, while Qatar and Saudis are the actual financing and management of the flow of money and weapons. In this story, the Turks look just idiots. They won’t receive any preferences from Assad’s fall; it’s short-sighted to rely on ISIS free oil if they win, but the fact that ISIS wants to come to Turkey is beyond doubt. In Qatar and Saudi Arabia, even now, those are the rules that ISIS enforces, and Turkey, in principle, is a secular state. It would be better for Edrogan to think about his fellow citizens, whom ISIS will cut out in half, because the second half will categorically not accept their ideology - the Turks are not meek sheep. ISIS fanatics in Turkish society will not gain even 10%, the rest will have to be forced or cut.
  2. oleg-gr 27 October 2015 15: 01 New
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    To contain gangster groups is one thing. And to climb directly into another state is a declaration of war. There is already another conversation, and responsibility. No matter how much regret later it was.
    1. figwam 27 October 2015 15: 27 New
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      Somewhere 1200-1400km
      1. Lelek 27 October 2015 15: 51 New
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        Quote: figvam
        Somewhere 1200-1400km


        Taking into account zigzags - 1500km.
        1. Thronekeeper 27 October 2015 16: 01 New
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          Well - what will turn out. “Onyx” and “Granite” go to the oil and gas terminals with a bang; The rise in oil prices will turn up to 200, the absence of today's problems with gas from Qatar's upper respiratory tract.
          Syrians could repulse the “intervention” with 14 obsolete fighters without us.
          But this is a la Qatari.
          Zvizdet not bags tossing and turning.
        2. Volzhanin 28 October 2015 08: 54 New
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          Given the fact that the calibers fly at least 4000 km, you can fig directly from Astrakhan! smile
      2. Vasek 27 October 2015 19: 21 New
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        Quote: figvam
        Somewhere 1200-1400km

        yes And that’s all through Iran. Even Iraq does not need to be asked. laughing
    2. 44 World 27 October 2015 15: 48 New
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      Yes, they are so brave, while such allies are standing behind them, but who then will stick to the furious mongrel who barks at the bear ???
    3. Alekseev 27 October 2015 18: 44 New
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      Quote: oleg-gr
      To contain gangster groups is one thing. And to climb directly into another state is a declaration of war. There is already another conversation, and responsibility.

      Yes, the responsibility is different.
      Especially if you recall that LNG plants and oil terminals are very vulnerable things ... And what about Qatar, and even the Saudis without a “gold reserve”?
      Are they willing to take a chance?
      They think that because of them the United States will take a chance? It is unlikely...
      And Putin even noted that American leaders, although people with the letter x, are sober-minded. wink
  3. MIKHAN 27 October 2015 15: 01 New
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    What will end ..? I think this "Russia, Russia ... About Allahu Akbar ..."
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      WKS 27 October 2015 15: 20 New
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      Quote: MIKHAN
      What will end ..? I think this "Russia, Russia ... About Allahu Akbar ..."

      Will end with a sharp Qatar of the Persian Gulf.
      1. PSih2097 27 October 2015 15: 33 New
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        Quote: wks
        Will end with a sharp Qatar of the Persian Gulf.

        will end with the OPEC kirdyk, because all oil and gas rigs will be destroyed.
  4. Vladimyrych 27 October 2015 15: 02 New
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    What will turn Qatar's military intervention in Syria
    distribution of powerful stars to Qatar and the SA. This is the only way this adventure can end.
    1. Gloomy 27 October 2015 15: 35 New
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      It has long been necessary to do this.
    2. Cube123 27 October 2015 16: 53 New
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      Quote: Vladimir
      What will turn Qatar's military intervention in Syria
      distribution of powerful stars to Qatar and the SA. This is the only way this adventure can end.

      The problem is only in the US bases, which have long given security guarantees to these countries. In fact, this will be a direct confrontation. Therefore, they dare to yap.
      A bit outdated, but still
      http://www.iimes.ru/?p=16313
      “Not far from the Qatari capital is a large US military base Al-Udeid, which, in particular, was actively involved during the US military intervention in Iraq. The number of US troops there is more than 4 thousand people. For comparison: the emirate’s own army has about 12 thousand people

      The base is equipped with the most modern communication and control systems. Carrying out constant radar reconnaissance of the entire region using special equipment, Washington thereby monitors all movements in two water arteries - the Strait of Hormuz and the Persian Gulf.

      The base includes B-1B bombers, large transport aircraft C-130, C-17, tankers KC-10, KC-135, BPA (base patrol aircraft) R-3 Orion aircraft and E-8 long-range radar detection aircraft.

      In recent years, more than $ 100 million has been invested in the modernization of Al-Udeid. Up to 100 combat aircraft can be placed on the runway of the base. "
      1. Tusv 27 October 2015 17: 36 New
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        Quote: Cube123
        The problem is only in the US bases, which have long given security guarantees to these countries.

        So he presented the conversation between Lavrov and Keri
        -Joni, we are planning to test x102 missiles at the coordinates of the range 25 ° 16′45 north latitude and 51 ° 31′20 east longitude
        - Seryozha, where is it?
        -This is Doha
        -Do not understand???
        The capital of Qatar
        -So what? Experience
        -But there is your base.
        -Thank you Seryozha. How much time do we have to evacuate?
        -Yesterday. Just kidding. a week
        -OK Sergey, but I insist on a month
        -Got agreed. I hope you have time for the new year
    3. Vasek 27 October 2015 19: 24 New
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      Quote: Vladimir
      distribution of powerful stars to Qatar and the SA. This is the only way this adventure can end.

      And give it to Mecca Kadyrov.
      Let the barrier set and sells tickets for the Hajj.
    4. the villain 28 October 2015 02: 15 New
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      Quote: Vladimir
      distribution of powerful stars to Qatar and the SA.

      Yes, it’s already high time for them, without intrusion, to organize a small catharsis purely for prevention. am
  5. Same lech 27 October 2015 15: 04 New
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    Of course, a possible Qatar-Saudi invasion of Syria will significantly shake the already deplorable position of Assad,


    Why laugh then ...

    a dozen raids of our aircraft on the invading columns of the Qatari troops and they will cease to exist as an organized military force ... the war is not beautiful pictures of the BBC .... but a bunch of corpses and burning equipment in the area.
    1. Altona 27 October 2015 19: 20 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      war is not beautiful pictures bbc ....

      ---------------------------
      Pictures usually give CNN, Sky News and Fox News, the last two belong to Rupert Murdoch ...
  6. cniza 27 October 2015 15: 05 New
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    Qatar is a small bug, but it’s smelly, there’s not much money to put into it ... try it.
    1. dorz 27 October 2015 15: 35 New
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      Toy Army wanted to fight.
      1. mark2 27 October 2015 19: 33 New
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        Yes, well, then these are where they climb?))
    2. Lelek 27 October 2015 15: 52 New
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      Quote: cniza
      Qatar small bug but smelly


      And he has an agreement with the US regional committee.
  7. Mama_Cholli 27 October 2015 15: 06 New
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    Let's ... For your army there will be enough missiles and bombs in the VKS .... Iran, by the way, will also send guests through the bay ...
  8. marc75 27 October 2015 15: 06 New
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    Everything will be fine, only we have no ammunition!
  9. maxim1987 27 October 2015 15: 08 New
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    Syria has a Scud? And it seems that Qatar has a couple of extra oil terminals
    1. traveler 27 October 2015 15: 51 New
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      Assad attack on anyone outside of Syria? Oh, this gift will be to the USA and allies. they, as an aggressor, will instantly uncover him, and they will even capture and judge them by an "international" court.
      is the story of the saddam not indicative?
      1. Mama_Cholli 27 October 2015 18: 00 New
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        He became completely inattentive. Military intervention is not a military coalition.
  10. veksha50 27 October 2015 15: 12 New
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    "Qatar has for a long time secured a reputation as a sponsor of various military groups"...

    This is understandable, chickens do not peck money ...

    As for the Armed Forces ...

    The number of ground forces - 8500 people, combat aircraft - 9 Mirage release 1999-2000, attack helicopters - not a single one (those that were ordered, this was a grandmother in two said), tanks - within 30-32 Abrams ...

    I will not continue further ...

    Money caught their eyes and lost their minds ... And what kind of military intervention ... I apologize - there can be talk of protecting the fraternal Syrian people from the oppression of “fascist Assad ???
    1. marc75 27 October 2015 15: 15 New
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      You shouldn’t underestimate so much, they will hire so much meat for the poor in Africa that it will be difficult to kill.
      1. MIKHAN 27 October 2015 15: 25 New
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        Quote: marc75
        You shouldn’t underestimate so much, they will hire so much meat for the poor in Africa that it will be difficult to kill.

        Russia will have problems, it’s by itself ... But if we run away from Syria, as in Afghanistan it will be the collapse of Russia and a lot of blood! God forbid ... They will follow us to the Russian border further! We must hold on and look for Allies in the BV. hi
        1. marc75 27 October 2015 15: 53 New
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          Here's the problem: At the Udaid Air Base in Doha, there are: the headquarters of the Central Command of the US Armed Forces and the US Air Force Command, the 83rd Royal Air Force Expeditionary Group of the United Kingdom, and the 379th US Air Force Expeditionary Force. And this is more than 100 aircraft.
          1. aleks 62 next 27 October 2015 16: 01 New
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            ..... And this is more than 100 aircraft .....


            .... And all in one heap .... repeat
            1. marc75 27 October 2015 17: 51 New
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              The airbase includes air groups spaced territorially and based on different airfields. We also have the way. And if about a bunch, then our TU-160s are also on the heap.
          2. kush62 27 October 2015 18: 10 New
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            marc75 Today, 15:53 ​​↑
            Here's the problem: At the Udaid Air Base in Doha, there are: the headquarters of the Central Command of the US Armed Forces and the US Air Force Command, the 83rd Royal Air Force Expeditionary Group of the United Kingdom, and the 379th US Air Force Expeditionary Force. And this is more than 100 aircraft.

            And who said that it is necessary to shoot at this heap ... For oil and gas producing towers.
            And the cash flow will dry up. Although I do not believe that it will come to this.
        2. mark2 27 October 2015 19: 36 New
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          We did not run from Afghanistan. Just gone. And we fought there notably. for 10000 of its losses 2000 loss of souls
      2. Belousov 27 October 2015 19: 04 New
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        Meat can be hired and there are a lot of them, which ISIS has demonstrated. But only when the bombs actually began to pour on their heads somehow the number of “ideological” fighters began to decrease. And here, Iran will fit in with great pleasure, moreover, right through the gulf straight ahead. For them, eliminating such an adversary is “it’s just some kind of holiday,” and they will forget about the Jews for joy. Well, at least for a year or two, for sure lol
      3. Belousov 27 October 2015 19: 04 New
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        Meat can be hired and there are a lot of them, which ISIS has demonstrated. But only when the bombs actually began to pour on their heads somehow the number of “ideological” fighters began to decrease. And here, Iran will fit in with great pleasure, moreover, right through the gulf straight ahead. For them, eliminating such an adversary is “it’s just some kind of holiday,” and they will forget about the Jews for joy. Well, at least for a year or two, for sure lol
    2. Lelek 28 October 2015 01: 31 New
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      Quote: veksha50
      The number of ground forces - 8500 people, combat aircraft - 9 Mirage release 1999-2000, attack helicopters - not a single one (those that were ordered, this was a grandmother in two said), tanks - within 30-32 Abrams ...


      Well, actually from the Saudi warriors, like from a shit bullet. But with the Syrian pilots had to talk in the 90s in Kotlas on their retraining. Desperate guys and flew decently, and mastered the technique quickly. True time has passed a lot. yes
  11. Dr. Barmaley 27 October 2015 15: 25 New
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  12. A1L9E4K9S 27 October 2015 15: 29 New
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    Of course, a possible Qatari-Saudi invasion of Syria will significantly shake the already deplorable situation of Assad, but he has every chance to survive the defensive conventional war against these states.

    The devil is not so terrible as he is painted, Qatar will not go into Syria alone, they made a statement in the hope that those who wish to join them, like Turkey and the Saudis, are unlikely to cut relations with Russia at the root if Qatar he would risk introducing troops without the support of other countries, he would sign himself a death sentence.
  13. oreh72 27 October 2015 15: 30 New
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    A sufficient analysis of the state of Qatar’s armed forces and the country's capabilities, but the dictum “... for Assad’s demoralized forces” and “... will shatter Assad’s deplorable situation” somehow do not fit into the situation in Syria, at least covered by Russian news releases TV channels.
    In my opinion, the Qatar statement was sent primarily to mattresses to assess the possibility of a coalition ground operation when the "moderate opposition" becomes completely ill.
  14. Geser 27 October 2015 15: 30 New
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    It is very likely that Qatar will decide to get into a fight against Syria, especially with the support of the Saudis and America. The Americans will not refuse with their hands Qatari warriors to pull chestnuts out of the fire, they themselves do not want to climb too much. And I also want to check how Western equipment and weapons will fight against Russian weapons, so that the States will urge Qatar to get into a fight.
  15. Corsair0304 27 October 2015 15: 35 New
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    I think this is of the same kind as sending the Ameri.Kan destroyer to the disputed territories of China. I repeat: Ponty clumsy and nothing more.
    The Qatari people are well aware that if something happens, the missiles will arrive not in ISIS (they will somehow sort it out, a little later), but in oil fields and industrial facilities in their country.
    À la guerre comme à la guerre (in war as in war, however)
  16. fa2998 27 October 2015 15: 36 New
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    Syria has a Scud? And it seems that Qatar has a couple of extra oil terminals

    Well, why a "scad", if Qatar enters the war against Syria and Russia, ISIS can support the ISIS terrorists and get the Caliber! They will put out six months. hi
  17. Aleksey_K 27 October 2015 15: 43 New
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    12000 soldier is approximately the size of one Soviet deployed division. How to fight with such an army on foreign territory? Bluff! This is information support for the enemies of Syria, in case they want to get into conflict. Only those who wish are few would have conquered Syria long ago if everyone had collapsed. BUT! Iran, Russia and China can hang so that a century later wounds will lick. Therefore, only one chatter. Well, they will move their "division", and the country will remain without an army, who will protect the country?
    1. sa-ag 27 October 2015 17: 24 New
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      Quote: Алексей_К
      12000 soldiers - this is approximately the size of one Soviet deployed division. How to fight with such an army on foreign territory?

      And why with their army, they will hire people in Afghanistan
    2. Marconi41 28 October 2015 02: 48 New
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      Quote: Алексей_К
      Well, they will move their "division", and the country will remain without an army, who will protect the country?

      So they put forward all and cannot for the reasons you have indicated. Only expeditionary force. And which country will miss him? Iraq? Deprived of the right to receive our weapons, or who? This info is pure BLUFF.
  18. Das Boot 27 October 2015 15: 45 New
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    Based on the foregoing, such an army, even with support in the person of the Saudis, should not become a serious threat to Assad's demoralized forces.
    why "demoralized"?
  19. nrex 27 October 2015 15: 55 New
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    This is not the case. Now, Qatar will wait, as in the "45m" Americans, when Russia otuzhil Igil and occupy the country's key facilities under the guise of helping civilians. Russia will not touch Qatar’s troops, it’s like attacking the United States. A new confrontation will begin, both in the military field and in the legal.
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  21. Fight cat 27 October 2015 16: 04 New
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    I wonder what countries Qatar is going to go through recourse by land, they have no common borders. Through Iraq, then ISIS, Saudi Arabia, if only. And we will bomb Ishil in any circumstances bully even if the troops of the Saudis and Qatar go through their orders. And by the sea there is nothing to think of drowning in the Mediterranean Sea like kittens!
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    Let them try. They will taste the basurman of the tuna heroic in the SAR. There, after all, our air defense is not very weak. And also we have a MANDATE. And let the Qatari show their Ausweis. Assad correctly said: "We will regard it as an invasion." If they don’t change their minds, they can get their own oil industry. And by the way, where is it written that we cannot supply CLUB (read "Caliber") to Syria? We have a MANDATE! And if they are not “calibrated”, then you can help create the Qatar People’s Arab Republic for example. And a place for refugees from all BV will be freed up (Europe will understand and forgive) and there is plenty of work for them at the same oil refinery. And even so. Monarchy understand! And the Saudis will have a lesson.
    All I ask for work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  23. kartalovkolya 27 October 2015 16: 08 New
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    Nothing new, they listened to Vladimir Putin’s speech in Sochi and for complacency, and to remind them that they are all like themselves, they’ll probably drive them and they won’t be touched, because in Yemen they have spoiled quite a lot (and Iran is not very happy with them )! And then Putin started to “rush” with some “Gauges” and not even have to scream with fear!
  24. ALEA IACTA EST 27 October 2015 16: 11 New
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    The history of Qatar may well end with this stupidity ...
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  26. am808s 27 October 2015 16: 25 New
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    What will the military intervention of Qatar turn into? Raising the world oil price. And thereby a plus for our economy.
  27. cniza 27 October 2015 17: 01 New
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    Quote: am808s
    What will the military intervention of Qatar turn into? Raising the world oil price. And thereby a plus for our economy.



    Well, then the bread, but in general it would not hurt to put it in place.
  28. Denis Skiff 27 October 2015 17: 05 New
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    Russia is preparing to destroy ISIS militants with the help of Tu-22M3 ???

    * Al-Qaeda is a terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation.
    fit and exceptional prohibit
  29. galakt 27 October 2015 17: 35 New
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    According to the characteristics of political observers, Qatar is a gas dwarf, distraught from easy money selling energy.
  30. Saratovets 27 October 2015 17: 49 New
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    It is obvious that under the flag of Qatar, you can put the floor of the Arab and not only the world ... it is unlikely that the Qatar will fight with their own hands, for this there are mercenaries
  31. Das Boot 27 October 2015 18: 05 New
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    The emirate, which is also a member of the Arab coalition, sent as many as 1000 people to a much closer theater in Yemen. Total coalition forces in Yemen, like 35 thousand. And what does he intend for Syria? 2000? Trophy team? Military police? It feels like all these declarations are not worth a damn.
  32. 31rus 27 October 2015 18: 11 New
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    Qatar will not go where, even with US kicks, until large players can fit, it’s like a jackal from the cartoon Akela missed, it’s not where, the American base, it’s not defense, unless of course the whole army of Qatar hides there, it’s unlikely that Qatar even decides to provoke, now the alignment in the region is not the same, they won’t give a joke, they will immediately fight back and they accept it, that's why they "yap"
  33. bubla5 27 October 2015 18: 19 New
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    Well, if they don’t get sick and don’t throw words into the wind, then such a state will simply no longer exist.
  34. vladimir_krm 27 October 2015 18: 22 New
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    "... Assad's demoralized forces ... ... Assad’s deplorable position" ...
    What is the author trying to suggest allegedly inconspicuously? :)
  35. Alekspel 27 October 2015 18: 41 New
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    Of course, it would be tempting to “miss” Caliber or bombers in the Qatar oil fields, it would be great to raise oil prices and at once eliminate a competitor in gas. However, the Americans will squeal utterly, therefore it is better to work with the wrong hands and I think our Supreme mind will have enough. Many people don’t like Qatar, you just need to arm them and sponsor them.
    1. MIKHAN 27 October 2015 18: 56 New
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      Quote: Alekspel
      Of course, it would be tempting to “miss” Caliber or bombers in the Qatar oil fields, it would be great to raise oil prices and at once eliminate a competitor in gas. However, the Americans will squeal utterly, therefore it is better to work with the wrong hands and I think our Supreme mind will have enough. Many people don’t like Qatar, you just need to arm them and sponsor them.

      Yes, we all are visually showing them all ... What awaits them! wassat Simple and cheerful .. (we have a lot of ammunition)))) bully

      very impressive smoke trail ...)))
  36. zinander 27 October 2015 19: 33 New
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    It’s a small but “very bold” state. It is somewhat reminiscent of Estonia, which loudly barks a small mongrel. Even troops will not have to be brought in if something happens.
    1. MIKHAN 27 October 2015 20: 02 New
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      Quote: Iskander
      It’s a small but “very bold” state. It is somewhat reminiscent of Estonia, which loudly barks a small mongrel. Even troops will not have to be brought in if something happens.

      Small, rich and nasty ... They played out and are afraid for their well-being ... We will send these devils to them and the Saudis ... There is something to profit from and not risk your life ...!
  37. Aandrewsir 27 October 2015 20: 12 New
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    Have you seen the state of Qatar on a world map? And what is such a small and sparsely populated state claims to ... some significant role in the region. But Syria "is not the last player in the region." In general, it would be nice to hint to this smallest Qatar that he “rolls up his lips !. I think that Russia has“ weighty arguments ”on this score.
  38. sokrat7 27 October 2015 20: 37 New
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    I generally do not take this information seriously. To admire the midgets - you have to go to the circus.
  39. xoma58 27 October 2015 20: 49 New
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    The smaller the mongrel the smelly. Although if Qatar intervenes, it will probably only be to our advantage. No country - no oil - the price is rising. Let the yapping.
  40. AdekvatNICK 27 October 2015 21: 24 New
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    another boobs with golden Kalash, and ruby ​​grenade launchers. That Saudis that Qatar.
  41. Vasily V 27 October 2015 21: 25 New
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    "for the demoralized forces of Assad," the "deplorable situation of Assad" is about the Syrian army that is attacking ISIS? the author did not mislead anyone?
  42. Garris199 27 October 2015 21: 35 New
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    CA and Qatar are potential victims. I think these snickering baboons will soon be moved.
  43. Arzoo 27 October 2015 21: 56 New
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    Missiles from the Caspian to Doha will fly, this must be remembered. In general, do they have a UN Security Council decision or a request from Syria? If not then their armed forces should be considered as terrorist (which they are in fact) and shoot down, bomb, in accordance with international law.
  44. VadimSt 27 October 2015 22: 50 New
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    Something like this! Who's that, barking?
  45. viktor561 28 October 2015 01: 42 New
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    Yes, the East is a dark matter - there the clans are at war - they still haven’t come out of feudalism - Shiites - Sunites and so on. - you can’t make out - they’re still a century before civilization
  46. nomad74 28 October 2015 02: 02 New
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    It will turn into a great tragedy for a great catarrh! Warriors of failure damn it! In general, combined arms combat performed by Qatari and Saudis is a type of combat hopak performed by a Ukrainian. laughing
  47. Sibiryak13 28 October 2015 04: 14 New
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    Yes lm worth this pimple attention.
  48. Zomanus 28 October 2015 04: 30 New
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    Remember how we punitively punished the Georgian army?
    Here it will be the same.
    And if Qatar manages to harm our pilots,
    then we will punish indicatively.
    It’s not necessary to touch the oilman,
    there are more vital goals.
  49. dukalis 28 October 2015 05: 31 New
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    Uncle sauda dog tfu you have thrown off the dog muzzle look at the trouser leg pinch and then lose your teeth
  50. Rus_lan 28 October 2015 05: 36 New
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    Qatari idle talk, the only thing they can do well is to feed the terrorists, what they do