There are three possible scenarios in Syria Participation of Arab troops in Syria is not excluded .. As in Berlin WWII, Syria might face Gharbistan and Sharqistan By Elijah J. Magnier (@ejmalrai) A high-ranking officer within the joint operations room in Damascus, which includes Russia, Iran and Syria and Hezbollah said, […]Read More The “Gates of hell” will be open in the coming months in Syria
6000 “Al sabereen Unit” of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps in Aleppo. Hezbollah pushes fresh Special Forces. In reef Aleppo, more cities are negotiating and want to surrender. Russia and Iran are planning to change the Syrian military map before the end of this coming summer. 13000 TOWs offered by Saudi Arabia helped to […]Read More 6000 “al-sabereen Unit” of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps in Aleppo and major plans before the Summer.
Abdullah Al-Muhaysini runs the judicial system in Aleppo, so how is it that Kerry is defending The Army of Conquest’s (Jaish al-Fateh) control on the city? Translated by Sufyan Jan for Fort Russ via @O_Rich_ 6th February, 2016 by Elijah J.Magnier @ejmalrai “We call upon the regime and its supporters to halt their bombardment of opposition-held […]Read More Russia Is Preparing the Syrian Army to Repel Any Turkish Incursion
Welcome to Sott.net Sat, 06 Feb 2016 THE WORLD FOR PEOPLE WHO THINK Puppet Masters Finishing off ISIS/Daesh is not a priority for the West Elijah J.Magnier @ejmalrai Fort Russ Fri, 05 Feb 2016 03:34 UTC Finishing off ISIS is not a priority for Western powers, for reasons relating to economic and military interests in […]Read More Finishing off ISIS/Daesh is not a priority for the West
Part II Why would Hezbollah accept 1400 fighters killed and several thousands wounded over 3 years of war on numerous Syrian fronts? Is it the result of a strong bound or a strategic alliance? Who is Hezbollah: From 1982 until 1992, Hezbollah was completely different from Hezbollah after 1992 to-date. The Shura […]Read More HEZBOLLAH (part Two): Why Hezbollah is in Syria and until when?