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Syrian government forces repel terrorists attempt to break through the encirclement in Aleppo

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Formations of terrorists in the city of Aleppo continue to be in the tight circle of the government forces of Syria, fierce battles continue, passes RIA News.



“Over the 10 days, the terrorists made four powerful attempts to break through the encirclement of our troops from the southwest side of Aleppo. We managed to repel all attacks ",
said a source in the militia of Aleppo.

Formations of terrorists in the city of Aleppo continue to be in the tight circle of Syrian government forces, fierce fighting continues, reports RIA News.

“Over the 10 days, the terrorists made four strong attempts to break through the encirclement of our troops from the southwest side of Aleppo. We managed to repel all attacks and eliminate at least 2 thousands of terrorists, ”a source in the city militia told a reporter.

According to him, "the terrorists continue to be surrounded in the eastern, south-eastern and southern quarters of the city, all supply routes are blocked by the Syrian army."

The interviewee noted that “battles are taking place on the territory of an artillery school, as well as in the area of ​​the Ramus quarter”.

In the quarters controlled by the gangsters, there are up to 400 thousand civilians, and, according to a source, “the terrorists do not allow residents to leave the surrounding areas along open humanitarian corridors”.

In turn, the militants of the group "Jaish al-Fath" announced the start of the operation to capture Aleppo.

“Jaysh al-Fatah has been trying to break through the ring of government troops on the southern side of Aleppo for over a week Arab media reported that the terrorists were able to break through the position of the army, but the day before these data were refuted, ”the agency writes referring to France-Presse.

According to the French agency, this organization brings together up to 15 groups, and it has more than 5 thousand people. To capture the city, the leaders of the organization are planning to double its size.


Al-Jazeera TV channel posted a Youtube video, during the shooting of which the journalist Milad Fadel nearly died. The incident occurred in the city of Aleppo. It is reported that the journalist got off with minor injuries.
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  1. Professor
    Professor 8 August 2016 10: 17
    -1
    Syrian government forces repel terrorists attempt to break through the encirclement in Aleppo

    Money for fish again? Yes, they broke through it already.




    In the quarters controlled by the gangsters, there are up to 400 thousand civilians, and, according to a source, “the terrorists do not allow residents to leave the surrounding areas along open humanitarian corridors”.

    250 000
    1. x.andvlad
      x.andvlad 8 August 2016 10: 26
      +1
      Euronews showed today how they celebrate the breakthrough with "whooping and hooting." You don’t know where the truth is ... Maybe then the "hole" was repaired?
      1. Peskov watches
        Peskov watches 8 August 2016 10: 55
        -3
        Quote: x.andvlad
        Euronews showed today how they celebrate the breakthrough with "whooping and hooting." You don’t know where the truth is ... Maybe then the "hole" was repaired?


        All write broke through. I did not see other information.
        1. dumpy15
          dumpy15 8 August 2016 10: 56
          +3
          They write and speak with undisguised joy.
          1. vlad66
            vlad66 8 August 2016 11: 01
            +8
            Quote: dumpy15
            They write and speak with undisguised joy.

            Look at the very first comment on this article. wink
          2. Bloodsucker
            Bloodsucker 8 August 2016 14: 27
            0
            There is such data
            It is important for the CAA to control the roads near Kastello, Ramuseh and the Hanasser-Aleppo highway. The militants, on the other hand, need to regain full control of the interchange at Ramuseh from the SAA and try again to attack the Mallah farms and the road at Castello. Here it is very inopportune for the militants at the end of July, they suffered a catastrophe in the Bani Zeid quarter, because if the militants had held out there until the beginning of August, then now the situation of the SAA could become very dangerous. It is also worth noting that the Caliphate can intervene in these situations if it attacks the Hanasser-Aleppo road with significant forces, which would be in the interests of the "greens". But the “blacks” are just waiting for now, watching as their opponents mutuz each other southwest of Aleppo. Instead of Aleppo, the Blacks are now busy with attacks on Deir ez-Zor and north of Palmyra, where they again flew to bomb Tu-22M3 today.

            In general, the operational crisis near Aleppo is still awaiting resolution.


            https://cont.ws/post/339720
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          1. donavi49
            donavi49 8 August 2016 10: 58
            0
            No, the same Sidorenko, Hassan Ridna and Fadel with bitterness and sadness for example.

            Even Saponkov writes that the throat is behind the broads, and the CAA has fire control only (fire control by Syrian standards means little).
        3. Lord_Bran
          Lord_Bran 8 August 2016 13: 59
          +1
          They broke through the breakthrough, but they just can’t use it — the entire corridor of the breakthrough is shot through by artillery and rocket artillery. So the breakthrough is not critical.
          But how much effort was put ... mom do not worry.
          1. Bloodsucker
            Bloodsucker 8 August 2016 14: 58
            0
            Over the past day, the army declared 60 killed militants in the Aleppo area. The militants claim 2 destroyed tanks, 2 carts, 1 mortar, 44 killed SAA and Hezbollah soldiers and 4 prisoners.
            Yesterday, Aleppo police sources also stated that the militants lost 2000 killed during the offensive, but this figure seems somewhat overstated. Until the 7th, militants generally lost 1,5-2 times more people killed per day (which was confirmed, among other things, by sources supporting militants). Yesterday, the losses were already somewhat equalized, which was associated both with a decrease in the intensity of hostilities and with unsuccessful attacks by the SAA in the region of Ramusekh and the cement plant.
            UPD: The Fars Iranian agency cites such data http: //en.farsnews.com/newstex ... on the losses of militants - 1200 killed in a week (with reference to Syrian military sources).
      2. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 8 August 2016 11: 32
        +8
        Kassad has good daily reviews. There really is a corridor of 1,5-2km. But the militants fail to expand it.
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        1. atalef
          atalef 8 August 2016 11: 48
          +2
          Quote: Now we are free
          The SAA and the allies simply did not physically have enough manpower to stop the wave of zombified and well-trained infantry of "moderate thugs"

          Hundreds of Hezbollah elite militants have been urgently deployed from Lebanon to the vicinity of Aleppo, Aleppo, in order to help Assad’s army avoid rout in an important strategic area in northwestern Syria.

          According to the radio station "Kol Israel", with reference to Lebanese sources, the militants of Hassan Nasrallah suffer heavy losses in these battles.
          1. donavi49
            donavi49 8 August 2016 11: 53
            +1
            It is doubtful about hundreds. There, one part-time company operated in 1070 and broke into the training. If there were hundreds, the broads would be killed on the perimeter.

            Here is one platoon of reinforcing hezas for example.

            The second platoon with a gain of BMP-2 in 1070.
      4. Now we are free
        Now we are free 8 August 2016 11: 41
        +18
        Dear editors of VO, at the moment the ring, according to the testimony of many sources (not only on the "Other side of the barricades"), has been broken. The SAA and the allies simply did not physically have enough manpower to stop the wave of the zombified and well-trained infantry of "moderate thugs" rolling from both sides onto a thin three-kilometer jumper. Yes, stupidly "Crushed with meat" but made a gap. For many readers of VO, this fact causes natural annoyance. BUT Comrades officers (of which there are many on the pages of the VO), let's be realistic. Such a gigantic volume of "moderates" on such a gigantic territory as Aleppo was very difficult, if not impossible, to "digest". + Constantly rolling waves from the outside of the ring. If someone does not understand what the hands of the CAA are trying to achieve, and even more so the advisers from the Russian Federation and, to a lesser extent, Iran, who are well versed in tactics and, to a lesser extent, in strategy, I will explain - Aleppo needs to be freed from terrorists who have entrenched themselves there over YEARS (not newcomers), Aleppo is a pressure cooker and if you do not release steam from it in the form of a thin gap (shot and bombarded), it can, if not explode, then fetter the forces of a gigantic number of Assad troops along its outer borders, and even more so WHEN CLEANING SUCH A GIANT CITY. For those who are not particularly believers, let me remind you of the operation of Sh. Basayev's "Exit" from Grozny, when he was given a corridor ... If federal troops launched an assault on Grozny with the entire group of militants entrenched there, what losses would it lead to? ..
        What is happening now:
        -The city is liberated by squeezing professional fighters run in battles into the "saving neck".
        -SAA forces easier to occupy the mountains. neighborhoods where militants are no longer forced to stand to their deaths.
        -Howling "Hum. Missions" about "Digestion" in Aleppo of the civilian population together with the "Moderate freedom fighters" will not be so loud (why, the "Rebels" broke through the ring and heroically withdraw from the encirclement with the civilians sympathetic to them, so that everything is "tip-top").

        So, let's not lie to ourselves, BUT and squeal about the notorious "Aleppo Plum", the Opponent must be DESTROYED (which is now happening in the "Aleppo neck") and not surround him and break it. (A.V.Suvorov)

        P.S. The guys who held the three-kilometer "Gag" of Aleppo to the last, eternal memory does not matter who they were: CAA, Iraqi Shiites or Hezbollah, these are heroes, REAL heroes of this long and brutal war.
        1. uhu189
          uhu189 8 August 2016 14: 16
          +4
          Everything would be as you said, if it weren’t for one thing - the militants are not going to leave Aleppo. But the attempts to crush them from the north have not yet ended. Moreover, the troops covering Aleppo from the west and north were in a very difficult situation in terms of supplies, and they themselves were threatened by the environment due to the configuration of the front line. The shock group of militants has not disappeared, despite the losses (which are estimated differently), it is quite combat-ready. Therefore, you probably do not need to pass off the need for virtue, this is not a tricky plan for SAA, but a defeat in a multi-day battle, though the truth is still fixable.
        2. Ze Kot
          Ze Kot 8 August 2016 15: 26
          +2
          Quote: Now we are free
          Yes, stupidly "Crushed with meat" but made a gap.


          Judging by the video, the militants did not bother much. Everywhere they write about air and artillery attacks on militants, and as you look, they are walking across the battlefield and almost moving at full height. Where is the aviation, where is the artillery? Where are the remote minefields in front of the attacking enemy? Where are the mortars? Where are the blows to groups of militants gathering before the throw?
          1. Bloodsucker
            Bloodsucker 8 August 2016 15: 31
            0
            This morning, units of the 4th Mechanized Division of the Syrian Arab Army launched an attack on the positions of jihadists from the Fatah Aleppo coalition in the northern districts of Aleppo, hitting Darret Abd-Rabbu and Az-Zahra in the neighborhoods.

            The correspondent of Al-Masdar News agency, working in Aleppo, said that army men were conducting intensive mortar and rocket attacks on enemy positions in these quarters, and a number of militants were destroyed.

            There were preliminary reports that government forces had already launched an assault on Darret Abd-Rabbah, but this information has not yet been confirmed in the SAA.

            In addition to this, the Russian Air Forces began bombing the Fatah Aleppo positions in the northern outskirts of Aleppo, inflicting airstrikes on several settlements on the Anadan Plain.
        3. Stirbjorn
          Stirbjorn 8 August 2016 17: 54
          +1
          Quote: Now we are free
          The enemy must be DESTROYED (which is now happening in the "neck of Aleppo") and not surround him and break. (A.V.Suvorov)

          Nothing of the sort Suvorov, Mr. "Marshal" never said

          "The enemy is driven back - bad luck. Cut off, surrounded, scattered - good luck." here is a genuine quote of him, for example
    2. Gradus HuK
      Gradus HuK 8 August 2016 10: 50
      +1
      Did the professor help personally break through?
    3. Yarik
      Yarik 8 August 2016 11: 09
      -1
      Already broke through and expand the boundaries. Here is the link http://militarymaps.info
    4. Skubudu
      Skubudu 8 August 2016 11: 11
      +7
      What is the disadvantage then?
      I would gladly minus the Professor, but he writes in fact, the truth.
      The blockade is broken, this is a full tryndets.
      And the fact that 24 r ... sh ...
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 8 August 2016 11: 20
        -6
        Quote: Skubudu
        The blockade is broken, this is a full tryndets.
        And the fact that they transmit across Russia 24 p ... sh ..
        Are you an eyewitness and write on the boot of a murdered comrade?
    5. Skubudu
      Skubudu 8 August 2016 11: 48
      +4
      Of course, I’m still that strategist, but after all, the direction of the Green’s strike was known and the approaches too.
      All arriving and attacking breakthrough breakers had to be grinded by constant massive artillery and VKS strikes.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 8 August 2016 12: 13
        +1
        Quote: Skubudu
        I'm certainly that strategist
        Yes, we are all strategists here, do not be shy laughing
        Quote: Skubudu
        All arriving and attacking breakthrough breakers had to be grinded by constant massive artillery and VKS strikes
        And he did not grind, do you think? What, remind, is the ratio in losses between the defenders and the attackers? Is the term "Pyrrhic victory" familiar to you?
    6. The brightest
      The brightest 8 August 2016 15: 06
      0
      Quote: professor
      Money for fish again? Yes, they broke through it already.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOj3ltV2jzw&t=0s Это я к тому, что веру аль джазире не больше чем укро сми.
    7. Yegorchik
      Yegorchik 8 August 2016 15: 47
      +5
      Quote: professor
      Syrian government forces repel terrorists attempt to break through the encirclement in Aleppo

      Money for fish again? Yes, they broke through it already.

      All the same, they pushed the professor of the minuses, although he wrote the truth Yes That's what reputation means. wassat
    8. Denisey
      Denisey 8 August 2016 19: 42
      0
      professor and how do you comment then this video
      1. Professor
        Professor 8 August 2016 19: 55
        0
        Quote: denisey
        professor and how do you comment

        No way. The blockade is broken. It is a fact. What will be unknown tomorrow.
  2. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 8 August 2016 10: 24
    +5
    Once they didn’t break through, two didn’t. We will soon find out who is telling the truth. It’s not trusted in the Arab media. Not on either side.
  3. Taygerus
    Taygerus 8 August 2016 10: 29
    +10
    Quote: professor
    Syrian government forces repel terrorists attempt to break through the encirclement in Aleppo

    Money for fish again? Yes, they broke through it already.


    dream professor, do not be this, all the bearded animals sooner or later destroyed.
    Good luck to the government forces and the Russian Aerospace Forces! fool
    1. atalef
      atalef 8 August 2016 11: 14
      +13
      Quote: Taygerus
      dream professor

      Yes, he does not dream - it's just a statement of fact
      Quote: Taygerus
      all bearded animals will be destroyed sooner or later.

      in this your and our desires coincide
      Quote: Taygerus
      Good luck to the government forces and the Russian Aerospace Forces

      For many years, Assad as president.
      1. Professor
        Professor 8 August 2016 11: 24
        -10
        Quote: atalef
        Yes, he does not dream - it's just a statement of fact

        Yes, you upset them like that. Let them think that I'm bearded. It’s monopenessial to me

        Quote: atalef
        For many years, Assad as president.

        In this I do not agree with you even though I admit the rationality of this theory. I wish Assad what he deserves. See you soon with Kunraom.
        1. atalef
          atalef 8 August 2016 11: 44
          -12
          Quote: professor
          In this I do not agree with you even though I admit the rationality of this theory. I wish Assad what he deserves. See you soon with Kunraom.

          In my understanding, Assad has not yet finished off Syria and Hezbollah.
          Good luck to him in this field.
          1. Now we are free
            Now we are free 8 August 2016 12: 22
            +7
            Quote: atalef
            Quote: professor
            In this I do not agree with you even though I admit the rationality of this theory. I wish Assad what he deserves. See you soon with Kunraom.

            In my understanding, Assad has not yet finished off Syria and Hezbollah.
            Good luck to him in this field.

            Shalom, guys! hi Did you forget to turn off the microphone during internal negotiations? laughing
            1. atalef
              atalef 8 August 2016 12: 37
              -2
              Quote: Now we are free
              Shalom, guys!

              shalom !!! hi
              Quote: Now we are free
              Did you forget to turn off the microphone during internal negotiations?

              the impression that I have ever said different
  4. gg.na
    gg.na 8 August 2016 10: 36
    +5
    I saw the report of Yevgeny Poddubny, so he said in his report that the attacks of the terrorists were all repulsed. There was not a big breakthrough, so everyone was driven back into the boiler! Well, I don’t know, I somehow believe Eugene Poddubny, he always tells and shows the facts.
    1. avt
      avt 8 August 2016 10: 50
      +9
      Quote: gg.na
      I saw the report of Yevgeny Poddubny, so he said in his report that the attacks of the terrorists were all repulsed.

      Poddubny seems to be at the other end of the city. Well, there are fights, there is simply no solid line of environment.
      Quote: x.andvlad
      You don’t know where the truth is ... Maybe then the "hole" was repaired?

      Fights are not like in the movies. Somewhere they will break through, they will be polished from the air and the assault groups will be pulled up, they will be driven back. What? First time or what? Haven't you heard of this before? There are thousands of them in the city and with heavy equipment, about which at one time, the professor "said that the spirits do not have it - only tachanki from Toyota. In general, pay less attention to the hapless slogans. There is generally a full-scale civil war with intervention, and as the experience of the same Lebanon shows - this is for a decade. Aleppo is a big city, the spirits have dug in there really and you can't take it stupidly.
      1. Professor
        Professor 8 August 2016 10: 55
        -12
        Quote: avt
        There are thousands of them in the city and with heavy equipment, about which the professor once said that the spirits did not have it.

        Then it wasn’t. Now Assad threw them.

        Quote: avt
        In general, a full-scale civil war is going on there with intervention, and as the experience of Lebanon shows, this is a decade.

        And about the civil war, I talked and am talking.
        1. vlad66
          vlad66 8 August 2016 11: 02
          +9
          Quote: professor
          Then it wasn’t. Now Assad threw them.

          fool There are no more words. request
          1. Professor
            Professor 8 August 2016 11: 05
            -8
            Quote: vlad66
            There are no more words.

            You can twist at your temple. The militia received heavy equipment exclusively from Assad and bought it at Voyentorg. In this video, Assad gave them artillery and ammunition.
            1. vlad66
              vlad66 8 August 2016 11: 17
              +7
              Quote: professor
              You can twist at your temple.

              I will twist it when necessary, and you read the commentary of a colleague avt more attentively and thoughtfully, I understand that Russophobia fills your mind with righteous anger, but about the heavy equipment of the broads, that is, “Jaysh al Fatah”, “Jabhat al Nusra” and other babakhs were said in the comment And not about the CAA, those who have a clear stump. Do not distort the facts, as you like to do, dear, I understand that you look at Syria from the window through binoculars, but distortion of facts and Russophobia do not make you more attractive. hi
              1. Professor
                Professor 8 August 2016 11: 28
                0
                Quote: vlad66
                I will twist it when necessary, and you read the commentary of a colleague avt more attentively and thoughtfully, I understand that Russophobia fills your mind with righteous anger, but about the heavy equipment of the broads, that is, “Jaysh al Fatah”, “Jabhat al Nusra” and other babakhs were said in the comment And not about the CAA, those who have a clear stump. Do not distort the facts, as you like to do, dear, I understand that you look at Syria from the window through binoculars, but distortion of facts and Russophobia do not make you more attractive.

                I do not have Russophobia. The article is generally not about Russians and not about Russia, but about Syria.
                I repeat: at the beginning of the civil war, the militia did not have heavy weapons, now it is. Assad helped them. So now, according to the respected donavi49, the militias received
                4 BRDM - campaign version with anti-tank systems.
                2 BTR-60 on the go
                1 clove on the go and 1 killed (but on the spare parts to disassemble)
                1 BM-21 in position, 1 BM-21 in training, a bunch of pencils (total for 3-4 packets - if you count from all the videos and photos).
                1 engineering machine in a ditch.
                1 infantry fighting vehicle on the move, 1 infantry fighting vehicle dismantled (the engine was removed in training - but it took part in battles, judging by soot and torn skirts), 5-6 infantry fighting vehicles were killed (and the Nusrovsky ones too).
                up to 8 tanks killed, 1 T-55 captured operational.
                4 D-30 captured of them at least 2 shot in battle.
                many different guns captured in the training, including all sorts of museum M-30.
                many babies and shells (122, 152 mm) are captured in stock.
                cartridges, rows of AK, RPG and more.
                1. donavi49
                  donavi49 8 August 2016 11: 48
                  +4
                  They won in the art, in the shooting and patrols it is debatable (even the consumption of cartridges of a group of 600 bearded men per day of a close battle, will block all the boxes in the photo-video), but they took decent AK and RPGs there.

                  Here in armored vehicles they have a serious minus, even a battle for training and 1070 - from an increase of 1-2 infantry fighting vehicles, 1 T-55.

                  They lost at least 2 infantry fighting vehicles and 2 T-72 there (according to their own photos and reports). Armored vehicles SAA - mostly got broken, for example, 5 units, all are killed.
                2. vlad66
                  vlad66 8 August 2016 12: 05
                  +7
                  Quote: professor
                  I do not have Russophobia. The article is generally not about Russians and not about Russia, but about Syria.

                  Thank you, at least for this, So the stump is clear and we are not discussing here about Russians and Russia and not about Israelis and Israel, but about Syria.
                  Quote: professor
                  at the beginning of the civil war, the militia did not have heavy weapons, now it is. Assad helped them.

                  Damn Oleg, I tell you about Thomas, and you again push Yerema to me. request Is it "Jabhat al Nusra" militias? It seems like they have long been recognized as a terrorist organization by the United States and Russia and the UN, these are the militias in your understanding, I generally keep quiet about ISIS, well, Jaysh al Fatah "was also referred to as terrorists and this "militias" as you say, passed the technique of Assad. request Well, this is a statement from the series that Israel, for example, is transferring heavy weapons to Hezbollah. Actually, you and I know that Assad transferred weapons to both the SAA and the Kurds and Hezbollah. I tell you this.
                  Quote: professor
                  respected donavi49 militia received

                  I agree with you that a donavi49 colleague is always objective and informed, but again the militias received, or maybe captured? And in general, the colleague speaks about trophies, and not about the transfer. hi
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 8 August 2016 12: 42
                    +2
                    Quote: vlad66
                    Thank you, at least for this, So the stump is clear and we are not discussing here about Russians and Russia and not about Israelis and Israel, but about Syria.

                    That's it. What does Russophobia have to do with it?

                    Quote: vlad66
                    Is it "Jabhat al Nusra" militias? It seems like they have long been recognized as a terrorist organization by the United States and Russia and the UN, these are the militias in your understanding, I generally keep quiet about ISIS, well, Jaysh al Fatah "was also referred to as terrorists and this "militias" as you say, passed the technique of Assad.

                    Oh, that's what you mean. I don’t understand shit. All of them there are militias, NBF, rebels, oppositionists and terrorists in one person. The more they leave for another world, the later "tsav 8" will come to me.

                    Quote: vlad66
                    Well, this is a statement from the series that Israel, for example, is transferring heavy weapons to Hezbollah. Actually, you and I know that Assad transferred weapons to both the SAA and the Kurds and Hezbollah. I tell you this.

                    No. Israel retreating did not drop Hezbollah weapons. Asodovites do this all the time.

                    Quote: vlad66
                    I agree with you that a donavi49 colleague is always objective and informed, but again the militias received, or maybe captured? And in general, the colleague speaks about trophies, and not about the transfer.

                    It was transmitted. We heard shots and drape. In the boxes are purpose-built ATGMs. Good though yours The Air Force has worked in this area.
                    1. iConst
                      iConst 8 August 2016 14: 40
                      +2
                      Quote: professor
                      Oh, here you are. I'm not good at shit. They are all there militias, NBF, rebels, opposition and terrorists all rolled into one.

                      - That is, the Donbass militia are also terrorists and murderers?

                      I notice, professor, that declaring your "neutrality" and denying your awareness of sorts of crap, you often slip this shit wrapped in a piece of candy paper in the comments.

                      As you declare your indifference in the choice of words and phrases, consider that if "illegible" words and terms will also be applied to you Israelis, Israel itself.

                      The word "militia" in Russian, for your information, has an extremely positive meaning and is applied to people defending their home in the broad sense of the word.

                      You came to a Russian, Russian-language website, so watch your language, OK?
                      1. Professor
                        Professor 8 August 2016 14: 46
                        +1
                        Quote: iConst
                        - That is, the Donbass militia are also terrorists and murderers?

                        Angels of the earth.

                        Quote: iConst
                        As you declare your indifference in the choice of words and phrases, consider that if "illegible" words and terms will also be applied to you Israelis, Israel itself.

                        Surprise me with something.

                        Quote: iConst
                        The word "militia" in Russian, for your information, has an extremely positive meaning and is applied to people defending their home in the broad sense of the word.

                        Straight Syrian Sunnis defending their home in the broad sense of the word.

                        Quote: iConst
                        You came to a Russian, Russian-language website, so watch your language, OK?

                        I am on a German Russian-language site. And do not tell me what to do and then I will not tell you where to go. Verstehen? wink
                      2. iConst
                        iConst 8 August 2016 15: 47
                        0
                        Quote: professor
                        Quote: iConst
                        - That is, the Donbass militia are also terrorists and murderers?

                        Angels of the earth.

                        As required.

                        I appeal to all pro-Russian members of the forum, as well as the moderators and administration of V.O. - just a visitor with the nickname "professor" confirmed that he considers the armed forces of Novorossiya terrorists.

                        I believe, professor, that the meaning of this is anti-Russian, not anti-Russian, but anti-Russian.

                        In my opinion, statements of such a plan are already beyond the scope of freedom of opinion and are already something else - namely, ideological weapons directed against the Russian idea.

                        It remains to be surprised that such "characters" are on a site of this kind for so long.

                        With a high probability, the scandalous comment of this visitor will simply be "shabby" so as not to inflate the problem, and our "Russian-speaking friend" will continue his work.

                        Thus - and for what V.O. at one time, beating, publishing articles covering the collection of aid, it turns out, the terrorists?

                        Who will answer?
                      3. atalef
                        atalef 8 August 2016 18: 25
                        -2
                        Quote: iConst
                        itata: professor
                        Quote: iConst
                        - That is, the Donbass militia are also terrorists and murderers?
                        Angels of the earth.
                        As required.

                        I appeal to all pro-Russian forum members, as well as to the moderators and administration of V.O. - just a visitor with a nickname "Professor" confirmed that considers the armed forces of New Russia terrorists.

                        Well, how not to remember the classics
                        Husband - Wife:
                        - Come to me my little fish!
                        The Wife begins the thought process:
                        - Once a fish, then a big one,
                        If big, it means a predator,
                        Since a predator means with teeth,
                        Once with teeth, it means a dog,
                        Since a dog means
                        MOM, MOM, he called me a bitch



                        Quote: iConst
                        Who will answer?

                        And what stupidity to answer?
                      4. Professor
                        Professor 8 August 2016 19: 29
                        0
                        Quote: iConst
                        I appeal to all pro-Russian members of the forum, as well as the moderators and administration of V.O. - just a visitor with the nickname "professor" confirmed that he considers the armed forces of Novorossiya terrorists.


                        Quote: professor
                        Quote: iConst
                        - That is, the Donbass militia are also terrorists and murderers?
                        Angels of the earth.

                        I never thought that "earthly angels" are synonymous with "terrorists" ... wassat
                      5. Dym71
                        Dym71 8 August 2016 21: 05
                        +1
                        Quote: iConst
                        Who will answer?

                        Professor and answer smile He is always responsible for his opinion, this cannot be taken away from him!
                        Quote: iConst
                        I appeal to all pro-Russian members of the forum, as well as the moderators and administration of V.O. - just a visitor with the nickname "professor" confirmed that he considers the armed forces of Novorossiya terrorists.

                        There was no such thing, although in the expression
                        Quote: professor
                        Angels of the earth.
                        sarcasm is felt, but there wasn’t even a hint about the terrorists!
                        Quote: iConst
                        I believe, professor, that the meaning of this is anti-Russian, not anti-Russian, but anti-Russian.

                        And in garlic - you Konstantin provoke Prof, and he, out of habit, "climbs into the bottle", that's the whole problem! Yes
                        Quote: iConst
                        In my opinion, statements of such a plan are already beyond the scope of freedom of opinion and are already something else - namely, ideological weapons directed against the Russian idea.

                        And this is Yaroslavna’s cry, in this case it’s not appropriate, Oleg’s comments are different, but to call them ideological weapons is ridiculous, honestly! hi
            2. Bloodsucker
              Bloodsucker 8 August 2016 14: 06
              0
              Is this scrap metal, in which guns without barrels, according to your version, a supply of weapons? Correct the glasses ... 1 unit D30 and it’s not an option that it is working at OP, one Grad, with the same result and M30 without barrels, excellent technique .. .
            3. uhu189
              uhu189 8 August 2016 14: 23
              +1
              Well, the fact that they received the equipment as trophies from the SAA is understandable. But here they learned to handle it at a very good level from whom, according to instructions and textbooks? Or, from birth, did the former Sunni peasants and townspeople have the talent to control tanks and handle D-30?
              1. Professor
                Professor 8 August 2016 14: 27
                0
                Quote: uhu189
                Well, the fact that they received the equipment as trophies from the SAA is understandable. But here they learned to handle it at a very good level from whom, according to instructions and textbooks? Or, from birth, did the former Sunni peasants and townspeople have the talent to control tanks and handle D-30?

                Yes indeed. Where are the Sunni Syrians who make up the majority of the Syrian population have learned how to handle technology? They did not serve in the army ... Stop. Or maybe they served? wink
            4. absurdity
              absurdity 9 August 2016 01: 27
              0
              Militias. Afiget, maybe then the fascists, who destroyed 19 million Slavs in the Soviet Union and a million Jews in the world, too, damn militias? Wouldn’t you go to the end of the garden, not see how the horseradish grows there?
        2. Peskov watches
          Peskov watches 8 August 2016 11: 04
          -12
          Quote: professor

          Then it wasn’t. Now Assad threw them.


          Slightly so threw ...
          1. donavi49
            donavi49 8 August 2016 11: 11
            +6
            In general, this is just the most useless of their trophies.

            From useful with ph:
            4 BRDM - campaign version with anti-tank systems.
            2 BTR-60 on the go
            1 clove on the go and 1 killed (but on the spare parts to disassemble)
            1 BM-21 in position, 1 BM-21 in training, a bunch of pencils (total for 3-4 packets - if you count from all the videos and photos).
            1 engineering machine in a ditch.
            1 infantry fighting vehicle on the move, 1 infantry fighting vehicle dismantled (the engine was removed in training - but it took part in battles, judging by soot and torn skirts), 5-6 infantry fighting vehicles were killed (and the Nusrovsky ones too).
            up to 8 tanks killed, 1 T-55 captured operational.
            4 D-30 captured of them at least 2 shot in battle.
            many different guns captured in the training, including all sorts of museum M-30.
            many babies and shells (122, 152 mm) are captured in stock.
            cartridges, rows of AK, RPG and more.
        3. slm976
          slm976 8 August 2016 11: 23
          +10
          Good afternoon, dear professor, I don’t understand your gloating over this breakthrough, let’s say you don’t like Assad and his regime, but on the other side, for the most part, the beast in general, armed, well-trained thugs ... What are you in this case rejoice?) The fact that they will now have the opportunity to kill, cut their heads, burn alive? There is a lot of contradictory information, but let's say you are right and the barmalei broke through the environment, this means that this bootlegger in Aleppo will stretch further with varying success and take away thousands more human lives ... Sorry, this is not the first time I've read your comments, for some reason all the time is bad and disturbing news for me, it always invariably pleases you, it certainly speaks of the opposite of our positions and only, but to rejoice at the successes of the barmalei in Syria, this is, in my opinion, too
          1. Professor
            Professor 8 August 2016 11: 36
            -3
            Quote: slm976
            Good afternoon, dear professor, I do not understand your gloating over this breakthrough

            And where is my schadenfreude, and indeed my emotions? I don't care who and what broke through. The more and longer they break through, the later I will get "tsav 8".

            Quote: slm976
            that means that this bootlegger in Aleppo will stretch further with varying success and take away thousands more human lives ...

            "Bodyag in Aleppo" as they deign to call it will last a very, very long time. Until one side cuts out the other.

            Quote: slm976
            Excuse me, this is not the first time I have read your comments, for some reason all the time that is bad and disturbing news for me, it always invariably pleases you, it certainly speaks of the opposite of our positions and only, but to rejoice at the successes of the barmalei in Syria, it’s too much for me (((.


            Once again, this news does not cause me joy or sadness. So understandable?
            Quote: avt
            Why so small ??? Let's immediately in Pendostan - Assad created ISIS, he threw us the future Baghdadi in an Iraqi prison, and he also sent him to Guantanamo for reforging. That's right from the theft of biblical Jews to Persia, start.

            Nevertheless, the militia’s technique is from Assad. Neither the Americans nor anyone else supplied them equipment in Syria. Asad has been doing this for 4 years. Even the T-90 set them.

            Quote: avt
            Is Satanovsuy himself! ?? I do not recognize you in makeup, well, in the avatator. I guess I missed something in life in the comments on the article’s discussions. Well, I don’t mention the approximate distribution of religious there, to which side. Take it to my carelessness. Or lack of discussion of such momentous articles

            I repeat again. In Syria, a civil war on an ethnic basis. I can repeat this to you and after another 4 years. hi
            1. slm976
              slm976 8 August 2016 12: 05
              +8
              Quote: professor
              And where is my schadenfreude, and indeed my emotions? I don't care who and what broke through. The more and longer they break through, the later I will get "tsav 8".


              Sorry, but let me not believe you, in any discussion of the problems of the government army in Syria, you are always in the forefront, savor any defeat of the SAA, but oh well this is my personal impression, it can be erroneous, you can’t insert joyful emoticons into comments bread, so we will consider that your comment is really unemotional. But as regards the order on mobilization voiced by you, IMHO the only option in which it may not be delivered to you is the victory of government forces .... you certainly will not be able to live peacefully with neighbors ..

              Quote: professor
              "Bodyag in Aleppo" as they deign to call it will last a very, very long time. Until one side cuts out the other.


              any civil war ends with reconciliation, and this would have ended long ago if it had not been for the intervention of external forces that finance and supply the warring parties to achieve their geopolitical interests ...

              Quote: professor
              Once again, this news does not cause me joy or sadness. So understandable?


              Clearly, how can I read. I have noted your statement.
              1. Professor
                Professor 8 August 2016 12: 47
                -1
                Quote: slm976
                But as regards the order on mobilization voiced by you, IMHO the only option in which it may not be delivered to you is the victory of government forces .... you certainly will not be able to live peacefully with neighbors ..

                It’s strange. Last time I was mobilized when the civil war in Syria did not smell. Assad sat firmly on the throne and finely tricked us. What can I wish for victory? A rhetorical question.

                Quote: slm976
                any civil war ends with reconciliation, and this would have ended long ago if it had not been for the intervention of external forces that finance and supply the warring parties to achieve their geopolitical interests ...

                You will forgive, but you are not in the subject. There the Sunnis are fighting with the Alawites (Shiites). Never get along with them.
                1. slm976
                  slm976 8 August 2016 14: 43
                  +2
                  Quote: professor
                  You will forgive, but you are not in the subject. There the Sunnis are fighting with the Alawites (Shiites). Never get along with them.


                  You will forgive my insistence, professor, but you do not find it strange that all interreligious conflicts, by a strange coincidence of circumstances, break out in countries that, from the point of view of our "Western partners", are not democratic enough ... The Sunnis lived with Shiites, Christians in Syria, they lived well Is it bad, but they didn't cut off each other's heads, and then suddenly a war ... and according to you
                  Quote: professor
                  Until one side cuts out the other.

                  this war will not end ... You know, maybe I’m not on the topic, but in my life I understood one simple thing - neither war, nor revolution happen by themselves. Therefore, excuse me, please leave a fairy tale about Shiites with Sunnis who cut each other because of religious contradictions with you, this is certainly present, but it is not a determining factor.
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 8 August 2016 15: 07
                    +2
                    Quote: slm976
                    Sunnis lived with Shiites, Christians in Syria, didn’t they live well, but they didn’t cut off each other’s heads, and then suddenly there was a war ... and in your words

                    No, they cut it off. Tens of thousands of tanks were rolled into the asphalt and again lived "peacefully".

                    Quote: slm976
                    this war will not end ...

                    It will end with the victory of one of the parties. I bet on the Sunnis.

                    Quote: slm976
                    Therefore, excuse me, please leave a fairy tale about Shiites with Sunnis who cut each other because of religious contradictions with you, this is certainly present, but it is not a determining factor.

                    That is precisely the reason. Reasons can be different. Who democratized Lebanon, Nigeria, Sudan? None. And the blood poured there and will pour.
                    1. slm976
                      slm976 8 August 2016 16: 20
                      +1
                      Quote: professor
                      It will end with the victory of one of the parties. I bet on the Sunnis.


                      You just bet on horses ... nothing confuses you with this?

                      Quote: professor
                      That is precisely the reason. Reasons can be different. Who democratized Lebanon, Nigeria, Sudan? None. And the blood poured there and will pour.


                      Eck you dug deep)), but these countries did not democratize, then our "Western partners" did not come up with this ma'am, and then they would not have allowed it, there was the USSR and it did not let the democratizers roam.
                      There are closer examples, Iraq, Libya .. they are closer to what is happening in Syria for reasons and consequences and external influences.
                      As for the examples of civil wars that you cited in your post, yes, they agree, they were interethnic and interreligious, but in almost all the interests of external players they can also be traced ... besides, oil was not found in time in Sudan and Nigeria, how could it be without interethnic conflict in such conditions))).
                      The principle of "Divide and Conquer" has been known for a long time and naturally they always hit along the fault lines between people, and religion is, nationality, skin color - no difference ... there are contradictions, but to nurture them, nurture them, bring them to a boil and turn them into massacres and this wave, while the natives are cutting each other's throats, pushing their interests, stuffing their pockets - this is a technology that is now actively used and is called "soft power".
                      Look at Ukraine, which of us had a nightmare 4 years ago about what is happening there now, but here it is, the work of our "probable friends" on internal contradictions in Ukrainian society has led to a bloody civil conflict. If a war broke out somewhere in the world - look who benefits from it, but there are a huge number of objective reasons (religion, nationality, skin color that can be used to stir up conflict in any country, in any corner of the world).
                      1. Professor
                        Professor 8 August 2016 19: 34
                        0
                        Quote: slm976
                        You just bet on horses ... nothing confuses you with this?

                        Just like on horses. In this conflict, I have no favorites. As Menachem Begin, to the question of whom he wants victory in the Iran-Iraq war, he replied that he wanted a draw with huge losses.

                        Quote: slm976
                        As for the examples of civil wars that you cited in your post, yes, they agree, they were interethnic and interreligious, but in almost all the interests of external players they can also be traced ... besides, oil was not found in time in Sudan and Nigeria, how could it be without interethnic conflict in such conditions))).

                        They cut each other long before they found oil. They will cut each other long after the oil runs out. It's not about oil.
                      2. slm976
                        slm976 8 August 2016 20: 53
                        0
                        Quote: professor
                        Just like on horses. In this conflict, I have no favorites. As Menachem Begin, to the question of whom he wants victory in the Iran-Iraq war, he replied that he wanted a draw with huge losses.


                        Well, apparently in this dispute we cannot bring the points of view closer together, for me it is difficult for me to perceive your approach to the civil war in Syria. For a citizen of Israel, judging by your comments and those of the atalef, it may be normal to rejoice at the "huge losses" in the civil war of the people of Syria, but for me it is wild.
                      3. Professor
                        Professor 9 August 2016 08: 58
                        +2
                        Quote: slm976
                        Well, apparently in this dispute we cannot bring the points of view closer together, for me it is difficult for me to perceive your approach to the civil war in Syria. For a citizen of Israel, judging by your comments and those of the atalef, it may be normal to rejoice at the "huge losses" in the civil war of the people of Syria, but for me it is wild.

                        Now imagine that Syria is Nazi Germany where the SS suddenly began to wet the SD, and the Gestapo Wehrmacht and so on in a circle. Now imagine that Syria is Nazi Germany where the SS suddenly began to wet the SD, and the Gestapo Wehrmacht and so on in a circle. Would you regret the civil war in Germany or would it be wild for that too? wink
                      4. slm976
                        slm976 9 August 2016 16: 01
                        0
                        Dear professor, why should I imagine such stupidity? Your comparison is completely inadequate and not proportionate. Syria is not Nazi Germany, Assad is not Hitler. Have you seriously proposed such a comparison?
                        Your atalef colleague was not so large-scale, he cited Ukraine as an example, with the Armed Forces and the Right Sector ....
                      5. Professor
                        Professor 9 August 2016 19: 49
                        +1
                        Quote: slm976
                        Dear professor, why should I imagine such stupidity? Your comparison is completely inadequate and not proportionate. Syria is not Nazi Germany, Assad is not Hitler. Have you seriously proposed such a comparison?

                        Absolutely adequate comparison. The last one to attack you is Hitler. Assads attacked us too. Hitler wanted to enslave you, Syria generally wants to destroy us, and so on.

                        Quote: slm976
                        Your atalef colleague was not so large-scale, he cited Ukraine as an example, with the Armed Forces and the Right Sector ....

                        This comparison is completely inadequate and not proportionate. Ukraine did not attack Russia. Syria has attacked us repeatedly. Russia is not at war with Ukraine. Israel and Syria are at war.
                    2. Garris199
                      Garris199 9 August 2016 01: 27
                      0
                      Quote: professor
                      Who democratized Lebanon, Nigeria, Sudan?

                      Lebanon - France
                      Nigeria and Sudan - UK. hi
                      1. Professor
                        Professor 9 August 2016 09: 00
                        +1
                        Quote: Garris199
                        Lebanon - France
                        Nigeria and Sudan - UK.

                        And before that, Alexander the Great, and before that Pharaoh. But this is not the task when the massacre began in these countries, neither France nor Great Britain smelled of it.
                2. aleks700
                  aleks700 8 August 2016 18: 18
                  0
                  It’s strange. Last time I was mobilized when the civil war in Syria did not smell. Assad sat firmly on the throne and finely tricked us. What can I wish for victory? A rhetorical question.
                  Not to the "militia". Assad will seem like a cute and funny Cheburashka if his opponents win. Sunites got along with Alawites. 1966, 1973, 1982. They quite fought together with Israel. And it is clear why the Israelis do not like Assad. Now, if he wins, he will have no time for Israel.
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 8 August 2016 19: 36
                    0
                    Quote: aleks700
                    Not to the "militia". Assad will seem like a cute and funny Cheburashka if his opponents win. Sunites got along with Alawites. 1966, 1973, 1982. They quite fought together with Israel. And it is clear why the Israelis do not like Assad. Now, if he wins, he will have no time for Israel.

                    They never got along. Dad Assad with their tanks threw up thousands of tracks on caterpillars.
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          2. atalef
            atalef 8 August 2016 11: 56
            -6
            Quote: slm976
            Good afternoon, dear professor, I do not understand your gloating over this breakthrough, well, let's say you do not like Assad and his regime, but on the other side, for the most part, in general, the beast, armed, well-trained thugs ...

            May I answer? We do not like either one or the other - I personally like it when they wet each other
            Quote: slm976
            The fact that they now have the opportunity to kill again, cut their heads, burn alive?

            there on both sides are the same Syrians --- let them have fun
            1. atalef
              atalef 8 August 2016 12: 42
              0
              Quote: atalef
              there on both sides are the same Syrians --- let them have fun

              Weird minus wink if in Ukraine the Ukrainian Armed Forces would fight with the Right Sector, how would you react --- laughing
              1. slm976
                slm976 8 August 2016 14: 53
                +1
                Quote: atalef
                Strange minuses if in Ukraine the Armed Forces of Ukraine fought with the Right Sector, how would you react --- from


                I suppose I can explain why you will be bypassed, but you are right, none of us would mind if the APU crushed the right sector ... but you know, none of us would have thought to write "Let them cut each other, that those who other Ukrainians "!. This is the difference between us, we can be against the authorities in Ukraine, but none of us wishes evil to people in / in Ukraine. We do not want to cut each other there, as you wish the Syrians.
                1. atalef
                  atalef 8 August 2016 18: 10
                  +1
                  Quote: slm976
                  I suppose I can explain why you are being minded

                  yes no, I like it all
                  Quote: slm976
                  and you are right none of us would mind if the APU would crush the right sector ..

                  otozh
                  Quote: slm976
                  none of us would have thought to write "Let them cut each other, that those that other Ukrainians

                  would come
                  Quote: slm976
                  . This is the difference between us, we can be against the authorities in Ukraine, but none of us wants to harm people in / in Ukraine.

                  you probably do not read the comments carefully
                  Quote: slm976
                  We do not want to slaughter each other there, as you wish the Syrians.

                  each other, or APU with the Right Sector? And who are you for in this case?
                  1. aleks700
                    aleks700 8 August 2016 18: 23
                    +1
                    Quote: slm976

                    We do not want to slaughter each other there, as you wish the Syrians.

                    each other, or APU with the Right Sector? And who are you for in this case?
                    Great answer!
                  2. slm976
                    slm976 8 August 2016 20: 31
                    +1
                    Dear atalef, I, unlike you, carefully read other people's comments and write my own. You wrote specifically:

                    Quote: atalef
                    May I answer? We do not like either one or the other - I personally like it when they wet each other
                    Quote: slm976
                    The fact that they now have the opportunity to kill again, cut their heads, burn alive?

                    there on both sides are the same Syrians --- let them have fun


                    That is, literally, let the Syrians wet each other. Not Assad and the Barmalei, namely the Syrians !!! And if you yourself are not bothered by such a statement of the question, then what else can we talk about here ...
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 8 August 2016 20: 35
                      +1
                      Quote: slm976
                      oh eat literally let the syrians wet each other

                      Well yes .
                      Quote: slm976
                      not Assad and the Barmalei, namely the Syrians!

                      And they are - the Syrians
                      Quote: slm976
                      And if you yourself are not bothered by such a statement of the question, then what else can we talk about here ...

                      It doesn’t bother me.
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            2. slm976
              slm976 8 August 2016 14: 45
              +1
              Quote: atalef
              May I answer? We do not like either one or the other - I personally like it when they wet each other


              Quote: atalef
              there on both sides are the same Syrians --- let them have fun


              Do not you think that your point of view is somewhat cannibalistic?
        4. avt
          avt 8 August 2016 11: 24
          +7
          Quote: professor
          Then it wasn’t. Now Assad threw them.

          laughing
          Then on the ruins of the chapel ... - Excuse me, I also ... ruined the chapel? “No, that was before you, in the fourteenth century.”
          Why so small ??? Let's immediately in Pendostan - Assad created ISIS, he threw us the future Baghdadi in an Iraqi prison, and he also sent him to Guantanamo for reforging. That's right from the theft of biblical Jews to Persia, start.
          Quote: professor
          And about the civil war, I talked and am talking.

          wassat Is Satanovsuy himself! ?? I do not recognize you in makeup, well, in the avatator. bully I guess I missed something in life in the comments on the article’s discussions. Well, I don’t mention the approximate distribution of religious there, to which side. Take it to my carelessness. Or lack of discussion of such momentous articlesbully
      2. dumpy15
        dumpy15 8 August 2016 10: 55
        0
        You're right. There are viscous fights in urban areas. They recall Grozny from January to March 1995. Opponents can sit on neighboring floors or in neighboring cellars.
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      4. gg.na
        gg.na 8 August 2016 10: 56
        +1
        Quote: avt
        Poddubny at the other end of the city, actually. Well, there are fights, there is simply no solid line of environment.

        Yes, one thing to all rotten geeks Igilovsky will be krants! Do not twist the end will be sad bully what will be like balm for my soul laughing ! Because such a rotten infection cannot be left on the ground !!! am
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 8 August 2016 11: 10
          +5
          "Yes, all the same, all the rotten geeks of Ishilov will be cranks! How not twist the end they will have a sad"

          I hope so too...
          ISIS will be finished off in Syria and Iraq - no doubt about it. They were surrounded in Mosul (Iraq). This is their last city in the Iraqi part of the Caliphate. The remains will spill into Syria, into Raqqa. When Raqqa is surrounded by IS on the territory of the "Caliphate-Iraq-Syria" - the end. They will move to Libya, Somalia, Middle
          Asia and other countries will break up into small groups and gradually disappear (or change their name).
          But other groups in Syria will remain. Nusru may be finished off, but local Islamists, from the huge urban population of Aleppo, Idlib, where Assad has no support, will remain.
          1. avt
            avt 8 August 2016 11: 31
            0
            Quote: voyaka uh
            They were surrounded in Mosul (Iraq). This is their last city in the Iraqi part of the "Caliphate"

            No. Well, how are they there
            Quote: voyaka uh
            ISIS will finish

            bully There, no one as in the same Aleppo rests. They'll shoot a little for themselves and ... agree, the flag will be hung over the village and - woo a la! ,, Freed " bullyAnd all with his own fact. Otherwise, the Iranians there would have been banking in full.
            Quote: voyaka uh
            , of the huge urban population of Aleppo, Idlib, where Assad has no support, will remain.

            Aleppo will be cleared out - a matter of principle and it’s entirely from the series to be, or not to be, Syria at all as any centrally controlled state. With Idlib and its environs - yes, the issue is not resolved in the forehead, especially since Azaz and Gerabrus in the north have not yet been taken.
            1. atalef
              atalef 8 August 2016 11: 59
              +1
              Quote: avt
              Aleppo will be cleared - a matter of principle

              do not clean up, nor really Shiites clean up the Sunni Allepo and even more so hold
              Quote: avt
              to be, or not to be, Syria at all as any centrally controlled state.

              not to be
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  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 8 August 2016 10: 42
    +6
    The militants and their supporters scream that they have broken through. The Syrian media and our correspondents based in Syria report that they could not break through. For some reason, we believe more.
    A "Professor", who is a consultant, probably receives information directly from the bearded.
    1. Professor
      Professor 8 August 2016 10: 52
      -4
      Quote: rotmistr60
      For some reason, we believe more.

      Everyone believes what he wants.



      1. kenig1
        kenig1 8 August 2016 11: 26
        +6
        And now we are losing humanitarian aid to them?
        1. miru mir
          miru mir 8 August 2016 12: 10
          +5
          Quote: kenig1
          And now we are losing humanitarian aid to them?

          Welcome to the Arabs.
    2. Berkut24
      Berkut24 8 August 2016 11: 09
      +9
      Ours also need to be trusted in two. Various sources report that during the night the SAA destroyed 1 truck of mahmuds with ammunition. But a dozen more were in Aleppo. Of the 16 units of armored vehicles left by the SAA in the broken passage of Mahmoud, half have already been dragged out for repair. Ammunition depots were seized, including several hundred Russian-made ATGMs, several guns and air defense systems.
      The trouble is that it was the main transit warehouse. In fact, now the CAA group is surrounded. South of Aleppo, the Mahmuds continue to squeeze the territory from Assad, and if this goes further, then the narrow passage of the militants in a week will become wide with corresponding conclusions for the surrounded units of the SAA.
      You can talk as much as you like about the losses of militants, but when taking the artillery depots, the Mahmuds exchanged 3 suicide bombers for 70 SAA soldiers. The situation is bad.
      Assad is chronically short of manpower. And the theory that the militants sending their last reserves to Aleppo expose sections of the front in other directions no longer works. In other areas, the CAA cannot advance, and if it achieves local success somewhere, it retreats in a day, as happened with Kinsaba. They just reported that they took Kinsaba again, but the history of this settlement suggests that one suicide bomber is enough for the SAA to fall again a few kilometers back.
      Do not listen to ours or the Mahmuds. Look at the facts and maps. the last 2 days the situation near the broken passage has stalled, let's hope that Assad will be able to accumulate a little strength. Otherwise, the consequences will be too sad.
      1. Garris199
        Garris199 9 August 2016 02: 03
        0
        Quote: Berkut24
        Assad is chronically short of manpower.

        Right. Partition of Syria can no longer be avoided; Assad has no one to take control of the entire territory. All that Assad can now is to stake out as many profitable territories as possible for himself. To take all of Syria, you need at least two more field armies, fully armed. Only Iran or the Russian Federation can "give" such forces to Assad, but the chances of such a scenario tend to zero.
    3. The brightest
      The brightest 8 August 2016 15: 24
      0
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt3GCLlw3Ps Нету там никакого устойчивого коридора. Как таковой прорыв есть, но это мало значимо при огневом контроле.
  6. work67
    work67 8 August 2016 10: 44
    +1
    there the front line is very relative
    1. Berkut24
      Berkut24 8 August 2016 13: 06
      0
      Already more specific. Just the SAA passed the Air Force College and retreated again in the Ramus area. The isthmus in 2 hours expanded from 2 km to 4. SAA is under crossfire between the positions of the militants in Aleppo and the releasing Makhmuds. The departure of CAA units began from the last position near the corridor. Judging by the map, the militants will expand the corridor by another 5 kilometers. Moreover, the mahmuds at the moment have an overwhelming advantage in the means of destruction and in human resources and in terms of new positions. In my opinion, militants can now transfer forces across eastern Aleppo to cut off SAA units by attacking Afrin. And then Assad will receive 2 boilers and the loss of a third of his entire army. The militants clearly concentrate their forces for the strike, and Assad’s headquarters continues to spread its forces in an even layer, receiving holes in the defense.
      Recently, ISIS has withdrawn part of its forces from Iraq. So they can throw another 10 thousand near Aleppo, taking into account the lazy advance of the Iraqis. Assad can pull another 3-4 thousand. But what will be the line of contact by this time?
      1. Berkut24
        Berkut24 8 August 2016 15: 02
        0
        well, not even an hour had passed before everything that I had cropped up came down the corridor ...
  7. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 8 August 2016 10: 54
    +3
    The map has not changed much since yesterday.
    SA shells the cement plant.
    In the quarter of Ramussa remained surrounded by SA soldiers who
    continue to shoot back. In one of the artillery buildings
    Schools, too, a group of SA soldiers continues to resist.
    CA pulls up reinforcements from the north and south of the breakout.

    But there is a breakthrough. Toyota caravans of militants and supply trucks marched in Aleppo.
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 8 August 2016 11: 03
      0
      But there is a breakthrough. Toyota caravans of militants and supply trucks marched in Aleppo.


      Is it like taking Tripoli a few weeks before the actual capture of Al-Jazeera filmed in the scenery?
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 8 August 2016 11: 04
      0
      Now Nujaba has approached from the south (but this is light infantry without equipment). Her photo is clearly less than the declared 2000 fighters. Plus pull up what is possible from the army.

      Even in theory, you can transfer the Quds, anyway, there’s no sense in attacking Khandarat. They have been sitting there for six months on their buildings with zero effect. And 400-600 fighters are not superfluous.
    3. Skubudu
      Skubudu 8 August 2016 11: 38
      +2
      Quote: voyaka uh


      But there is a breakthrough. Toyota caravans of militants and supply trucks marched in Aleppo.

      Equipment caravans should be a good target for the videoconferencing ...
      But where are the air forces ... working or fearing the Green’s air defense?
      1. igor67
        igor67 8 August 2016 12: 33
        +1
        Quote: Skubudu
        Quote: voyaka uh


        But there is a breakthrough. Toyota caravans of militants and supply trucks marched in Aleppo.

        Equipment caravans should be a good target for the videoconferencing ...
        But where are the air forces ... working or fearing the Green’s air defense?

        Your VKS is working, now I watched the News on the First, the carcasses were bombed, only in the Palmyra region
        1. atalef
          atalef 8 August 2016 12: 40
          -1
          Quote: igor67
          Your VKS is working, now I watched the News on the First, the carcasses were bombed, only in the Palmyra region

          And what about the area of ​​Palmyra? Her (and the surrounding area) has long been released
          1. igor67
            igor67 8 August 2016 12: 51
            +2
            Quote: atalef
            Quote: igor67
            Your VKS is working, now I watched the News on the First, the carcasses were bombed, only in the Palmyra region

            And what about the area of ​​Palmyra? Her (and the surrounding area) has long been released

            Hi Sanya, said the weapons depots and the center of the militants, judging by the shots from the bomb bay they fell into the wasteland maybe they bombed something. It’s not clear how that’s all, they say the extremely strategic Allepo bomb in a completely different place
            1. avt
              avt 8 August 2016 14: 32
              +1
              Quote: igor67
              , carcasses bombed, only in the area of ​​Palmyra

              Quote: igor67
              It’s not clear how that’s all, they say the extremely strategic Allepo bomb in a completely different place

              wassat DO YOU even imagine WHAT stench will rise if you cover Aleppo with 22! ??? Yes, and it is really possible to cover it with them with a “carpet.” Can you also offer 9-ton concrete-piercing units, how did the division under the command of Dudaev in Pandshir change the landscape in Afghanistan?
              1. igor67
                igor67 8 August 2016 14: 45
                0
                Quote: avt
                Quote: igor67
                , carcasses bombed, only in the area of ​​Palmyra

                Quote: igor67
                It’s not clear how that’s all, they say the extremely strategic Allepo bomb in a completely different place

                wassat DO YOU even imagine WHAT stench will rise if you cover Aleppo with 22! ??? Yes, and it is really possible to cover it with them with a “carpet.” Can you also offer 9-ton concrete-piercing units, how did the division under the command of Dudaev in Pandshir change the landscape in Afghanistan?

                Yes, I imagine, do you think if you bomb the Stinks with the Sushi less? And as in Afghanistan, apparently, it doesn’t work out, TUs do not fly with full ammunition, except that Putin will agree with Erdogan to fly planes
                1. avt
                  avt 8 August 2016 15: 32
                  +1
                  Quote: igor67
                  Yes, I imagine, do you think if you bomb the Stinks with the Sushi less?
                  It depends on what kind, if the main "horse" is 17, then it is tolerable, and if the storks are 24th with a maximum of half-cocks from Marov, then the mountains from under the ass of the aircraft controllers flew away. bullyBy the way, ours near Idlib, we can say that the rear points for collecting spirits have been disassembled, so maybe the spirits were chopping off the corridor in vain - "he went through the corridor and finished with a wall, it seems."
  8. Deniska999
    Deniska999 8 August 2016 10: 59
    +6
    Hello, come. The militants punched a corridor 2 km wide, but in our media there is a ceasefire and distribution of food.
  9. dumpy15
    dumpy15 8 August 2016 11: 04
    0
    I wonder who draws these multi-colored cards and can you trust their sources, both on the one and the other side?
  10. miru mir
    miru mir 8 August 2016 11: 51
    +1
    Looks like the information is already outdated.
  11. miru mir
    miru mir 8 August 2016 12: 43
    +2
    Eg, what nishtyak allahbabahnutnye are hungry. I don't like it sad
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Cu0QqRSlUg
  12. Skubudu
    Skubudu 8 August 2016 12: 54
    +1
    Have we adopted the "Daddy of All Bombs"?
    Maybe it's time to try it out?
  13. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 8 August 2016 12: 59
    0
    Information from "Yandex-News"
    On Monday, August 8, six Russian long-range Tu-22M3 bombers attacked targets of the Islamic State terrorist group banned in the Russian Federation in areas east and north-west of the Syrian city of Palmyra, the press service and information department of the Russian Ministry of Defense reports.
  14. loki565
    loki565 8 August 2016 15: 41
    0
    [
    In this I do not agree with you even though I admit the rationality of this theory. I wish Assad what he deserves. See you soon with Kunraom. [/ Quote]
    Well, you do not get sick
    1. Bloodsucker
      Bloodsucker 8 August 2016 15: 43
      0
      And what did ASAD actually deserve, that, in the wake of the amers, are you trying to call him some kind of trouble?
  15. darksoul
    darksoul 8 August 2016 18: 56
    +1
    ANNA News reports

    Unfortunately, closer to the night of 06.08.2016/07.08.2016/50, the terrorists completely captured the artillery academy. The cement plant was attacked, but the attack was successfully repulsed. On XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX, the troops of the Syrian republic launched a counterattack, battles for the gas processing plant began. As previously reported, the Tiger formations of Suhel Hasan approached the defenders. During the day, over XNUMX airstrikes were inflicted on the advancing terrorists. As a result, they suffered significant losses. The situation remains difficult but stable. Despite the statements of the militants, the supply of the blocked group in Aleppo is not taking place, as the road is under constant fire from the Syrian army.