Satellite Images: Aftermanth Of Israeli Strikes On Syria’s Northern Hama

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Israel’s ISI released satellite images showing the aftermath of the recent Israeli strike on targets in the area of Masyah in Syira’s northern Hama.

The images show buildings and facilities targeted by Israeli forces as well as their proximity to the positions of the S-300 system supplied by Russia to the Syrian military.

Pro-Israeli sources allege that the targeted facilities were belonging to Iranian forces and were in fact factories producing Iranian missiles. These claims have not been cofirmed so far. However, it’s confirmed that at least one Syrian artillery rocket launcher was destroyed.

Satellite Images: Aftermanth Of Israeli Strikes On Syria's Northern Hama

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Satellite Images: Aftermanth Of Israeli Strikes On Syria's Northern Hama

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  • John Whitehot

    “if the bombed site was a missile factory”

    If? IF?

    Is this an admission of Israel performing random bombings and then IF it was a paying target good, if not, nevermind.

    Which brings us to a clear, straight assumption – If Israel thinks to win wars in this way, they are in for a bad awakening.

    • zman

      Yeah, that floored me too.

    • Zionism = EVIL

      The Zionists are egging the Americunts into a war with Iran which I believe is a certainty now, before the idiot Trump’s next selection. The Iranian idiotic illiterate mullahs deserve to be attacked as they have brought all this misery on the Iranian people without even having an active nuclear program. The only way Iran can survive is to have nuclear weapons. The Americunt and Zionist agenda is create a casus belli against Iran and they are well on their way. The mullahs corruption and mismanagement of Iranian economy is another reason the Americunts and Zionists will succeed and also Russia will collude with its “partners” as usual. This is the first time I believe that Iran will be attacked.

      New concerns Trump administration may be laying legal groundwork for military action against Iran

      Congress is making clear Trump does not have the authority for military acti

      • JHK

        >the kikes will succeed

        Please refrain from using such cucked out language on this forum, because it might spread onto others.

        And please dont sell out Iran, because Iran is slated to pown americuck. The only thing Iran needs to fix is sectarianism and selling out Rebel Sunnis.

    • S Melanson

      I think the rationale for target selection was proximity to S-300 system for max embarrassment. The Israeli’s are certainly trying to provoke use of the advanced air defence systems but they are so far being held back and I am sure there is a reason for this. Realize use of systems provides valuable intel and if Israeli air strikes are not having a material effect on outcomes, save the S-300 for when it really counts (such as an operation to regain the Golan).

      • d’Artagnan

        It is quite apparent that after his recent visit to Moscow and red carpet treatment from Putin, Nethanyahu is becoming more brazen in his attacks against Iranian targets in Syria. It appears that Russia has also given a green light for these attacks.

        • S Melanson

          Yes, Putin’s star is rising once again after plummeting in the wake of September 17, 1918. The internal power struggles are still playing out.

      • Miroslav Beran

        If some country attacked with military instruments 207 times the other country, is this war crime or no?
        207 war crimes or no?
        Where is international outrage in mainstream media?
        Where is ICC investigation?

        This whole Khazarian theatre is more and more looking as some deal between Khazars and Russians:

        Khazars: We need conduct some more war crimes, OK?

        Russians: We need to scan with our radars the characteristic of your new flying irons i.e. F-35 and also scan from side, from under and from front these dangerous new gliding SDB (small diameter bombs), OK?

        Khazars: Perfect it is done deal.

        From lesser map it is clear that Khazars are not only virtual Hebrews, they are also something like “Russians” https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7f3bf64ba45cf4a93687a21b4144816440e3949add2ed3dc77f0093018b5cac2.jpg

        • Lukas Arines

          That sounds exactly right…

          The biggest part of these theatrics is that WE ARE BEING PLAYED.

          Objective: Global Human Depopulation At Any Cost

          Disguised As War, Medicine, Laws, Morality, “Good For You”,Nothing To Fear, That We Are Watching And Tracking Your Every Move aka fuking Google, Body Searches At The Airport, Patriotic Act To Hold A US Citizen Indefinitely (for no legal reason just suspicion) Viruses In Humans, Viruses In Computers, Radiation At The Doctor, Radiation At The Airport, Radiation From The Cell Towers, Radiation About To Be Released By 5G Network, Radiation From The Electric Grid, Smart Meters That Release Radiation, LED Lights On Cars That Will Blinds Us, Chemtrails Spraying Everyday, Pesticides, Fake Food, Contaminated Tap Water, Gas Forced Heat That Causes Heart Conditions and Sedation, Pharmaceutical Drugs, Illicit Drugs, Alcohol, Cancer, Aids, Mental Illnesses That Do Not Exist, Oh… and Weed Cures Everything That These Fucking Khazarians Created To Control The Global Theater.

          NEED I GO ON???? NO

      • Sinbad2

        The problem is Israeli aircraft never enter Syria, they hide in Lebanon behind civilian airliners. Because the axis of evil control the global media, a single missile in Lebanon or Israel would quickly be blown into a NATO invasion of Syria.

        Also Russia is in Syria to stop the American gas pipeline, which they have achieved, after Nordstream 2 is operational, everything will change, Russia will withdraw, and Syria and Iran will BBQ Israel.
        You can see Iran is preparing, and Israel knows they are preparing, that’s why they stage these pointless attacks.

        Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.(Sun Tzu)

        • John Whitehot

          “Also Russia is in Syria to stop the American gas pipeline, which they have achieved, after Nordstream 2 is operational, everything will change, Russia will withdraw, and Syria and Iran will BBQ Israel.”

          Russia will not withdraw from Syria, they have renewed the contracts on their Syrian permanent bases for the next 50 Years.

          Also:
          1- They want to keep a permanent naval base in the Med sea.
          2- They want to keep their own surveillance of Israel, because it’s a nation with an undeclared nuclear arsenal, and if that’s good to the US and others, it is not to Russia, China and so on.

          • Sinbad2

            Yes you are right, I meant Russia would withdraw from active military intervention with in Syria, they will of course keep their bases and monitoring equipment.

          • John Whitehot

            what has emerged when Russia and Syria signed the new contract on Tartus and Hmeynim is that Russian presence would be more numerous and diversified than before the war of aggression on Syria started.

            Basically, a core of aviation, naval and special forces will stay, in order to repel any new attack on the country should it ever happen.

            It’s also understood that the logistic in place will be kept and expanded, so that in case of emergency it will be ready to support larger redeployments of personnel and material should it be needed.

        • S Melanson

          Yes they hide in Lebanese airspace and using civilian planes as cover has a purpose which is to cause a major incident where Syrian systems shoot down a civilian airliner. Putin canceled the sale of S300 to Syria allegedly because Bibi stated Syrians were not competent to operate the systems and this risked an incident at Ben Gurion airport where Russian citizens fly into Israel to visit Russian Jews settled in Israel.

          If this is the case, then should the Syrians shoot down a civilian airliner, it will bolster Putin’s judgement to cancel the S300 sale to Syria and will raise questions regarding the Russian military decision to provide the systems to Syria. Russia will not allow such an incident, they are not stupid.

          As for quitting Syria, I agree with John Whitehot.

          As for winning then go to war, I think it is meant the conditions are put in place to achieve victory and then go to war. Yes, Iran and Syria are preparing for war with Israel and the Golan is the prize. Hezbollah will join them without a doubt but there is another player preparing to go to war and that is Russia. The integration of Syrian air defence and command and control systems normally reserved for the Russian military was not done on a whim. When Syria goes to war with Israel, Russia goes to war with Israel. That the US has a military base in Israel, we can see how dangerous this scenario will be.

          Hopefully it will not come to that.

          • Sinbad2

            It’s because of American involvement, that I believe Russia will stay out of the fight.
            Obviously Russia could swat Israel at any time, but getting into a fight with the US would quickly escalate and the Americans would start nuking Russia, it’s the American way.

          • S Melanson

            That is my thinking as well. But developments are pointing to a coming confrontation between Israel and Syria and given the integration of Russian and Syrian systems, I see Russia pulled into the fray and it is this passive trigger for Russian involvement that concerns me.

            Do you agree or could Russia somehow stay out of it?

          • Sinbad2

            Russia will stay out of it, unless the US/Israel targets Russian troops.
            Russia will probably drop a small nuke on Israel if attacked, which would most likely scare off the Americans. I imagine the Russians have already told the Americans the consequences of attacking the Russian bases, so yes Russia could stay out of it, assuming the Americans are sane.

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        as long they are not entering syrian air space it will not be used.

        • S Melanson

          That is my take as well

      • John Whitehot

        The “max embarassment” factor has no value in real life.

        all israeli / israeli serfs propaganda outlets are trying to maximize the effects of these “raids”.

        In the end, the strikes haven’t changed a single thing and they won’t.
        even if they manage to convince 100 persons about the supposed embarassment, 100 out of 100 of them are already the brainwashed type.

        it comes out glistening like a merkava tank burning in a dark lebanese night, that these propagandists are fighting a losing battle, and only idiots among them don’t realize it at this point.

        • S Melanson

          It does matter when it comes to arms exports. F-35 submarines and vulnerability to birds are embarrassments the US tries to cover up to maintain the illusion the F-35 is worth the outrageous price tag. If the IAF can give the impression Russian air defence systems do not live up to expectations, this will harm potential exports and Russia is already dealing with depressed oil prices.

          The IAF raids are as you say not changing the facts on the ground and so the air defence systems are held back as using them will give valuable intel to Israel/US. so the IAF try to harm Russian prestige to threaten arms exports to provoke a response. The Israeli leadership is worried that their military and tech dominance in the region has severely eroded although I agree with you it has not sunk in they are losing. And they are losing.

          But an animal is at its most dangerous when cornered…

          • John Whitehot

            ” If the IAF can give the impression Russian air defence systems do not live up to expectations”

            Those that buy arms don’t get their intelligence from the jerusalem post, or even from sf and similar sites.

            They get it from the analysts which they pay, to get real data and not propaganda. Under this respect, the only relevant information that the public should appreciate is that Russian arms export orders, -especially- those related to air defence and aereonautics are at an historical high.

            “The Israeli leadership is worried that their military and tech dominance in the region has severely eroded”

            The only worry of the Israeli leadership is to stay in power, and they have to play along the illusion they created on the israeli people that Iran is a threat and they are the ones protecting Israel from it.

            In fact Israeli tech and doctrine has hardly suffered so many setbacks as in the last few years, yet the propaganda apparatus has substantially attained its objective to hide them from the public.

            “But an animal is at its most dangerous when cornered…”

            The animal knows at which point it is forced to stop. Even the stupidest and senile beasts know that it’s better to make a step back rather than risking “die Samson with all the philistees” situations.

            Not that I trust this animal’s planetary aggression to be over anyway.

          • S Melanson

            The analysts can not replace the value of performance in real battlefield conditions. Syria is a weapons product testing war zone that have revealed strengths and weaknesses of military hardware, software, command and control systems, tactical doctrine. For example, deployment of Leapard 2 MBTs by Turkey revealed limitations that were missing from the sales pitch.

            Setbacks for the IDF have been increasing where weakness has been exposed in military operations against Hezbollah. The world is not fooled, the Israelis could not hide their humiliating defeat at the hands of Hezbollah and importantly, destruction of Merkava’s with relative ease put a huge dent in the myth of the invulnerable Merkava MBT. The Houthis showed as well that battle tanks do not give you domain over the battlefield. Indeed, performance under battlefield conditions is the gold standard.

            Your last sentence is the worry.

          • John Whitehot

            “Analysts, even if paid, are limited in what they can determine short of conducting espionage”

            So I’ll make an example:

            Israel published a video showing a hit on a pantsir with its missiles stowed and the radar turned off.

            The ignorants and the fanboys react saying that the pantsir is vulnerable to israeli weapons.

            The analyst , desumes that:

            If Israel had to publish a hit on a turned off system (and it happened twice), then they are 1) unable to show even one hit on an active system 2)they are hard pressed to show hits on this particular system even knowing that trained eyes won’t fall for their trick.

            “However, neither spies or analysts can replace the value of performance in real battlefield conditions”

            wtf are u talking abt?

            data from the battlefield reaches spies and analysts trough various means and then goes to decision-takers.

            “The world is not fooled, the Israelis could not hide their humiliating defeat at the hands of Hezbollah ”

            Back in 2006, when it was clear that the invasion of Lebanon failed all its objectives, Israel put up a pantomime air operation, in which they “struck ALL the Hezbollah missile system in Lebanon at once in a daring raid, after years of intelligence gathering, hence they won the war”.

            US analyst William Arkin reported that the Israeli strike was fake, and after careful study of the “operation” there was no grounds to believe that any missile system was hit.

            The answer from other analysts and journalists was:

            “It seems unprobable that the Israeli higher commands publicly statements are none but lies”.

            In fact they were, they base their credibility on the fact that “the bigger the lie, the more is going to be believable”

            So don’t worry about Russian weapon exports, because if anything, Israel trying so hard to undermine confidence in those system is a testimony to their effectiveness (which shows in the real weapon sells data).

          • S Melanson

            What I am talking about is that military system capabilities can only be approximated until tested in real battle conditions – hence new systems referred to as unproven in combat. Analysts are not a substitute, they are complementary as they have particular value in evaluating estimated capabilities against observed capabilities demonstrated in combat situations. But what if there has been no such situations to observe – the article below is a recent discussion of this point:

            https://www.rand.org/blog/2018/11/chinas-military-has-no-combat-experience-does-it-matter.html

            This article was also published in Foreign Policy
            https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/11/27/chinas-untested-military-could-be-a-force-or-a-flop/

            The articles point out the importance of the capabilities of the troops, command, logistics, training and so on. So the actual capabilities of new systems interact with the capabilities of operators (consider concerns over Syrian operators of S-300 vs. Russian operators) within the greater context of overall effectiveness of the military across multiple dimensions as well as the current battlefield conditions – such as commercial aircraft regularly flying out of Damascus Airport – unusual for warzone and exploited by IAF.
            Performance in battle is a treasure trove of intel but due to complex interactions, require competent analysts to correctly assess

            Note that the F-35 is a good example of huge disparity between capabilities on paper and actual capabilities. This is also in the public domain:

            “This memo is a brutally revealing assessment of the F-35’s performance deficiencies. It’s important to note that Congress and the public know of these severe and debilitating deficiencies only because Congress mandated an independent testing office with broad bipartisan support in 1983—and because the present director is a person of independence and integrity.”
            https://www.pogo.org/investigation/2016/09/f-35-may-never-be-ready-for-combat/

            Erdogan should thank the US for cancelling to F-35 contract with Turkey. However, such openness is not to be expected as many countries such as China are obsessed with maintaining secrecy on sensitive areas such as the military. But secrecy can only go so far as combat tells the story such as disastrous Chinese invasion of Vietnam in 1979 and operational weaknesses revealed in 2008 Russian intervention in South Ossetia.

            Note I stated that for comments here at SF, “when opinion of analysts are referenced, it is in regard to observed performance in battlefield conditions.” Your reply appears to be doing just that and glad you did as I had largely forgotten the whole episode of the fake IAF mission to try and salvage some claim to victory over Hezbollah.

            I do not worry about Russian arms exports. I was providing my opinion on what I saw as Israeli rationale for the air strikes but I also stated in a comment it was unlikely to succeed.

          • John Whitehot

            “What I am talking about is that military system capabilities can only be approximated until tested in real battle conditions”

            What you were talking about before, was “IAF acting for maximum embarassment of Russian hardware”, to which I replied that the IAF has embarassed only itself, in the eyes of people who analysed the videos and the photoshopped pics of the IAF targets.

            Another example is from these days – the alleged “supersonic missile” used by Israel, when everybody who read at least an aeronautics magazine knows that missiles like the AGM-65 Maverick, or even the AS-7 Kerry have always been supersonic weapons, thus there is nothing special in it – while it has been presented by Israeli media with a cut like “if other have hypersonic weapons Israel has supersonic weapons”.

            All this to argue that Israel has been looking for credibility among the most ignorant and brainwashed sections of population – while accepting to lose much of it with more specialized observers.

            This, in addition of being typical electoral behavior, should make some better thinkers/writers than me reason about the real agendas of the Israeli leadership.

            On the rest of your post i generally agree, although nobody said that analysts should in any part substitute battlefield experience. In fact analysts come -after- battlefield experience, putting the raw data coming from it in a readable format, or in a way that answers questions asked by decision makers.

            It is in this context that decision makers purchase weapons, or do you expect (for ex.) a parliamentary commission, made of unexperienced politicians, to read the “battlefield data” by themselves and take decisions without understanding the smallest part of it?

          • S Melanson

            Thanks, good information. Your last paragraph is important and I put it to you to go a step further. Weapons contracts is big business and is politicized to the point that decisions become decoupled from military needs and priorities. With audits revealing huge issues like trillions unaccounted for in Pentagon spending I am concerned that graft/corruption is driving decisions.

            Would you agree that in such cases, decision makers care not about understanding the data, what they care about is what best lines their pockets? The F-35 certainly has a corrupt stench to it. And this problem is consistent with your assessments of Israeli deficits in military capabilities based on US tech adapted to IDF needs. It also is consistent with Russia’s rising star as an arms exporter challenging US dominance of the global market for military sales.

            IMHO, this is a topic under-explored and an article Examining this important issue would be very timely. I would consider writing an article but I am uncertain I have sufficient depth of knowledge on this particular topic, although I could of course Increase my depth. If you are game to take a shot at writing such an article, you have my encouragement – and help should you ask.

          • John Whitehot

            I certainly agree on your views about the corrupt implementation of the F-35.

            Most likely, it’s a behavior that can be found in the majority of the liasons between the congress, the pentagon and the industry contractors – and in many cases (especially the F-35), also the political class of the purchasing countries.

            Of course in the previous comments I was discussing how a mechanism ideally works, without considering the various whatnots in regards to corrupt behaviors.

            As for writing articles about the topic you cite, the difficulty is in acquiring reliable data on it: this is the context where whistleblowers (or whoever is capable) first need to take the data out of the shroud of secrecy surrounding it.

            It is doubtless that the Pentagon and the MIC use the excuse of military secrets to cover for the injustifiable expenses: imho in this situation, the only thing journalists could do is to try to attract the public attention over those expenses, and ask questions – but there is a large chance that they are going to be ignored.

            Nonetheless, it’s entirely possible that events in the near future may prompt leaks, or requests for data, that could make such type of analysis possible, and solid enough not to be considered just a “bunch of accusations with no proof” replies, or “this is only the opinion of the author” remarks

  • Derapage

    Syria should shot down all these fuck ISI satellites and I think that soon Iran will get his anti-satellite rocket launcher.
    To my knowledge espionage is considered an act of war.

    • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

      lol good luck with that. First try to shoot down a warplane, if you can’t do that, good luck hitting a satellite in ORBIT :-)

      • RichardD

        They’re not using the S-300/400s to shoot down the baby raper’s planes, that’s the problem.

        • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

          because they know IDF would smash them into oblivion if they did :-)

          • RichardD

            Probably more like the Russians don’t want them getting their hands on technology that he Jews don’t have if the strike is immaterial.

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            The Russians allow this because of an agreement with Israel. And even if they didn’t, IDF would find a way to surpass them just as they surpass the Syrian Air Defense :-)

          • RichardD

            If they could surpass the SADF, all of the baby rapers planes wouldn’t have been driven out of Syrian airspace and 90% of their pot shots missed.

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            except 90% of their shots made it to their targets :) 7/8 buildings destroyed

          • RichardD

            What proof do you have of how many bombs or missiles were used, and how many got through?

          • RichardD

            The IAF has been backed out of Syrian airspace, and 90% of their targets are buildings rather than verifiable military weapons. The Aleppo strike was on an abandoned industrial park. What credible military wastes ordnance on abandoned buildings? Not being able to fly in Syrian airspace or take down SADF IAD systems is a sign of weakness, not strength.

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            point is they still destroyed 7/8 buildings with only one of their missiles being intercepted, ALL NEARBY an S-300 and S-400 battery :-)
            that is a sign of strength, not weakness

          • RichardD

            Blowing up abandoned buildings is a sign of strength? I don’t think so. So who’s afraid of escalation? When the IAF won’t fly in Syrian airspace or hit SADF IAD systems? Looks like the Jews to me.

          • Rhodium 10

            they launched 6 cruise missile and 4 of them were intercepted…GBU 39 bombs are dificult to intercept but cause less damage.. Rafael Spice bomb basically a MK Bomb with wings is easy to intercept!…anyway the problem is the bad and unskilled crew operators because they have enough resources to intercept all missile!..for other side Pantsir missile 57E6 are not fitted with seeker..thas why BuKM2 have better ratio as we have seen in the last airstrike vs Damascus where 2 BUK system intercepted all of the 7 cruise missile launched during midday…

          • Rhodium 10

            Russia dont have interest in shot down a F-16 or F-15..because many of them have been shot down during desert storm operation in 1991 with old Soviet system…Russia is a weapons seller and the main interest is to hunt a F-35…S-300 PMU are capable…the problem is the response attack of IAF…and Syrian air force would not be able to protect that system to avoid be overwhelming by dozens of missile

          • Rhodium 10

            IDF cannot avoid continue rockets attacks in spite of masive airstrikes along these years as we can see during the last attack vs Ashkelon

      • Jacob Wohl’s Nose

        your nose :======)

      • LaRata

        Israel are using civil plane to cover their combat plane`s, so Syrian AD are concentrate primary on missiles…

  • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

    NOTE: There are 8 buildings total standing before the strike (April 12th)
    NOTE: There is 1 building standing after the strike (April 13th)
    *There were many SA-22 Pantsirs, KUB, even S-300/S-400 stationed in the area*
    *No IAF missiles intercepted except for ONLY 1* *This was a small attack btw, only 2-3 IAF jets took part*
    CONCLUSION: Syrian Air Defense is pathetic and ineffective :) IAF can pulverize targets anyday anytime unhindered

    • RichardD

      Am I missing something? I see one building destroyed in the bottom picture. Where are the rest?

      • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

        look at the satellite photos on ISI twitter page. The other part of the picture is blocked or not shown on this disqus page

        • RichardD

          Do you have a link?

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl
          • RichardD

            That’s one hit, not 8.

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            omg *facepalm* can you not do math?

          • RichardD

            You make it sound like 8 different sites were taken out, not 1.

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            No, one site was hit. But there ere 8 buildings in that site. And almost all 8 buildings were destroyed, except for 1. The ONLY 1 missile interception that Syrian AD scored against the IAF was bound for that one remaining building. Syrian Army got lucky there lol

          • RichardD

            See my above comment on that.

          • RichardD

            They could have been destroyed with a small number of bombs or missiles, how much ordnance did the IAF lose in the process that was intercepted by ECM or anti aircraft missiles? They’re obviously avoiding targeting the SADF IAD systems for a reason.

          • Rhodium 10

            not building..small houses easily to destroy just with the expansive wave…

          • RichardD

            One site was hit, that means all of the other targets weren’t. What’s that, like a 10% success rate? I’m not impressed.

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            IAF ONLY went after that 1 site. They weren’t attacking any other sites. Only those 8 buildings were a target. And only 1 of their SDB bombs got intercepted. That’s a 7/8 success and 1/8 interception. Great performance by IAF and horrible performance by Syrian Army :-)

          • Rhodium 10

            these are not armour warehouse…just a single cruise missile like AGM 142 or Delilah with 450 kg explosive destroy the main structure and small houses around it…beside fire also detroy the remaining…

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            No. SDB-39 were used. It ttook about 1-2 to destroy each building. So overall around 12-16 missiles were fired by the 3 IAF F-16 jets

        • PZIVJ

          Are you a disinfo troll and liar?
          Prove it.

          • Jacob “Wraith” Wohl

            just posted it man. so go have a look modern day nazi-boy :)

    • Hasbara Hunter

      You are just a Filthy HasbaraRat…

      • zman

        Yeah, he’s a sicko. The stupid creature has no comprehension abilities at all. He can only spew the crap he is issued in his talking points. That’s OK, I accidentally got onto a Israeli propaganda site called World Israel News. Talk about a complete home crowd bullshit rag sheet. I couldn’t resist and decided to troll the hell out of them. It felt so good. I told them that Trumps crazy-ass shit had awakened the US sheeple and that Ilhan Omar’s election to congress was proof and that she was telling Americans all about AIPACs influence buying. Then I told them the synagogue of Satan was going to burn and Dimona would go first. I ended saying Remember the Liberty! and that karma was going to be a bitch. I think they were too flabbergasted to reply. There must have been another crazy there besides me, I actually got an up click.

        • Johan

          Pity you can no give proof, what ever, to confirm your noisy spells, voodoo gossip preaching and crap. Your wish-full dreams and trolling, of the last 75 years, brought you nothing as torment action among your Islamic ummah, the only country with a sort of civilisation in that part of the world is Israel and maybe Egypt and jordany the rest are shitholls.

          • zman

            No proof of what? Maybe you could decipher your post for us. It reads like an mentally challenged Israeli spouting the same old tired Israel racist crap…or am I wrong? Pompass, is that you?

          • Johan

            Ok I understand. Must be embracing living on a dungheap among other retardet illiterates, discriminating and violating women, elder and non believers in the name of a cruel idool and be a nobody, representing nothing, created nothing as noice, without arguments and heritage except war and then whining for 75 years about a nation that thrives despite the relentless muslim terrorisme and a overwhelming number of muslims surrounding them. And no I am no jew or no American, just a rational thinking educated enlighted non believer: luckily!

          • zman

            Well, thanks for clearing that all up for me. WTF?

        • Hasbara Hunter

          Great Idea..Perhaps we should all go to World Israel News & Elsewhere to bother Them a little…

          • zman

            Like I said, it felt great. Looks like they are trying to return the favor, Johan below. I like when they reply, it shows how utterly stuck on their propaganda they are…Israel=civilization=western BS. The reality is Israel=western kontrollers=international terrorism.

          • Hasbara Hunter

            I can’t post my Albert Pike Plan on IsraHell’s World News….I’m getting Censored Up there…😂

          • zman

            Oh, surely not!

    • RichardD

      “IAF can pulverize targets anyday anytime unhindered”

      For starters, the IAF can’t even fly in Syrian airspace without getting shot down. Which is why they stay out. And what does hitting abandoned buildings and buildings of questionable use rather than the SADF IAD systems accomplish from a military perspective, other than demonstrate the Jews contempt for and violation of international law and resolutions against them?

      “SANA quoted a military source as saying on Saturday, “Around 2:30 am (2330 GMT Friday)… the Israeli air force carried out a strike targeting one of our military positions in the town of Masyaf,” adding that Syrian air defenses intercepted some of the missiles.

      “The enemy missiles were dealt with and some of them were shot down before reaching their target, resulting in the damage of a few buildings and the injury of three fighters,” SANA said, according to a Reuters report.”

      – Syria regime says 3 soldiers injured in Israeli airstrike –

      https://en.zamanalwsl.net/news/article/43145/

    • Rhodium 10

      These photos are from above and have photoshop because some parts around have grey-black color and another white colour and being a thermal image can be photoshoped!..to see the real damage must be seen on ground because the walls can be intact and the warehouse empty…anyway with a ring of S-300, patriot, pantsir, Thaad..etc…SAA are unable to shot down all missile because the crew would sleeping at the time of the airstrike and the alarm clock did not work….I am not kidding…during ISIS night assault to Taqba airbase almost all soldiers were sleeping and were killing in their beds…and sometimes they have been killed inside their tends in Latakia forest!…its better to give Iran or Hezbollah that airdefense system!

    • Rhodium 10

      IAF launched 6 Delilah missile…and just only 2 of them hit the target…its enough because there are not armour construction!

    • Concrete Mike

      Ill conclude something for you.

      2 3 air strikes a day will not win you the war.

      Until you and your friends grows a pair of balls and put your boots on the ground, you have zero chance zero.

      Your just like the turd im about to flush down, you float but your circling the drain.

    • Jacob Wohl’s Nose

      Normal Nose :)
      Jacob’s Nose :==========)

      • zman

        LOL! That killed me!

    • Zionism = EVIL

      Seriously, you have big honker sinus brain blockage issues. Get a nose job at Americunt taxpayers expense gratis while you can. Times are a changing.

    • Sinbad2

      No matter how many times Jews get slaughtered for your filthy master race stuff, you just keep coming back for more.

      Why didn’t Hitler kill all the Jews?
      So people would know why he killed Jews.

      Your type are the reason Jews are so disliked.

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        hitler did not kill any jew and had 500.000+ in his army. many of them guarding the consecration camps and the eugenics experimenting in them.

    • Sukhoi

      IAF used LEBANESE airspace, launched bombs from 30km away, and hid behind MOUNTAINS at very low altitude… making detection extremely difficult. Either Syria locks down Lebanese Airspace or your little Kike Airforce can keep on striking as it pleases… either way incredibly cowardice from israel… using foreign airspace, mountains, and hiding behind civilian airliners to strike its neighbor lol… not something an “incredibly skilled airforce” does :)

    • Tommy Jensen

      Due to Russia´s cooperation with Israel and US. We have one more liar in the game now.

  • Nowruz

    Simply amazing that Russia never allows the SAA to use the s300s on IDF planes. At this point, I have given up entirely on Russia’s involvement in Syria. 8 years, and Syria has been completely carved up whether it’s from Israel’s annexation of Golan Heights or Turkey and the SDF’s occupation in North and Northeastern Syria. When is a good time to use the S300s? The way I see it is, Russia must be giving out information to the IAF. No wonder Iran won’t allow Russia to have any bases there. I guess the 1.5m Syrian refugees here in Lebanon should be applying for citizenships. Syria’s only true allies are Iran and maybe Iraq. Complete nonsense…

    • RichardD

      When is a good time to use the S300s? Right now Syria is winning the war without using them. And they may have technology that the Russians don’t want their enemies to have.

      The Syrian war would be mostly or completely over right now if Iraq wasn’t fueling it by allowing US land and airspace use to prop up the SDF and attack the Syrian government coalition.

      • Nowruz

        “Right now Syria is winning the war without using them.”

        We must looking at two different Syrias. Is Turkey going to leave Manbij, Aleppo or Idlib? Is the US backed SDF leaving northeastern Syria? Will Israel remove its troops from Golan Heights? I understand if you are pro-Russia that’s fine. But don’t tell me Syria is winning the war when they are losing territory. Where is Putin’s commit on the US’ recognition of Golan Heights belonging to Israel? Hell, Assad recognized Crimea as Russia’s territory (rightfully so too). So what’s Russia’s game plan, have Israel bomb the hell out of Iranian troops and facilities to force them out? That’s would benefit the zionists. Russia’s only goal is to protect their ports, bases, and economy. Just like in Libya and Venezuela the US and Russia supports opposing sides to help their economy. Similarly to the US and Israel backing opposing sides in Sudan civil war. Or Russia supporting both Azerbaijan and Armenia.

        “The Syrian war would be mostly or completely over right now if Iraq wasn’t fueling it by allowing US land and airspace use to prop up the SDF and attack the Syrian government coalition.”

        Let’s be honest, there’s a major disconnect in Iraq by the US puppets and the true Iraqis who support Syria and Iran. Iraq is weak compared to the US militarily, so what you want another war? And no, the Syrian war would have been over if Russia supported their “ally”like the US supports the SDF, IS, and Israel. Putin’s Russia is a puppet just like Trump, Obama, the Bushes, and the next US president. Have you considered how many Israel’s speak Russian? Or how many Russians live in Israel? Follow the bread crumbs.

        • RichardD

          Syria isn’t losing any territory, and hasn’t in years. The Idlib DMZ agreement, like most of the deconfliction agreements, is being implemented with violations. The violations slow down it’s implementation, but don’t prevent it. Heavy weapons have been withdrawn, joint patrols are occurring, crossings are being opened. And Russian officials are in regular meetings on it’s further implementation.

          The Idlib terrorists are being killed and their weapons and facilities are being destroyed on an almost daily basis. This is identical progress to all of the other deconfliction agreements and territory recovery operations from previous agreements that were eventually completed one way or another.

          There’s no way around the fact that Iraq is fueling the partition attempt. And that getting that issue resolved in Syria’s favor will end the war. Turkey isn’t going to stay once the US is gone. Other than to participate in a regional force to resolve the Israel problem. Iraq needs to close it’s airspace to US attacks on Syria, and it’s border crossings to the US supporting the SDF.

          • Nowruz

            I like other replies you said to me and I respond the same, I truly hope you are correct, :)

          • Astrid Watanabe

            There was an article in Russia Insider I think by Israel Shamir re. Russia coming in to rescue Venezuela. Among the many comments following the article was one by
            Ma-Laoshi that I copied for myself and I like to share it with you.
            Ma-Laoshi answers this sentence: “Venezuela is the next country after Syria to be saved from ruin and dismemberment”
            Quoting Ma-Laoshi: I think in the English language you can only say this if Syria was indeed saved from these horrors. But while the glass is half full [the existence of the Syrian state was saved after all] Syria IS in ruins, and dismembered. In fact, these days the Russian good cop seems to be taking turns with the American bad cop handing over bits of Syria to its enemies, while looking disinterestedly as Israel adds its own handywork to the general ruin.”

        • Astrid Watanabe

          “….Follow the bread crumbs”
          We must have grown up with the same fairytales. i have not thought of them for [it seems] a 100 years.

    • khalkha

      Brother russia is not an ally for muslims , never trust them
      Secondly bachar’s regime came with russians only to defeat syrian opposition not to fight israel .

      • Zionism = EVIL

        Believe me, I know the Russian scum, they are the worst of the lot. It is time Russia is carved up.

        • khalkha

          Hhhhh you are perfectly right brother ,it’s time for russia to go to the checkout and pay the bill . That’s enough

        • iosongasingsing

          Russia is supported by the Jewish capital, the Crimean bridge was made by a Jew, Arkady Rotenberg Putin’s coach at yudo, if there is one in Russia who is enriched thanks to his friendship with Putin, it is precisely this Jew, by the way, an incredible case for a Jew who is sanctioned by the USA and Ukraine.

    • Zionism = EVIL

      It is not even worth repeating that the Jew pimp Putin is playing Syrians for suckers and is totally in league with his Zionist masters and Americunt “partners”. Unless Iran and Syria expel the Russian arseholes from the region, things will only get worse. Russia is infact providing most of the intel and coordinates for Zionist airstrikes. It also disengages the SAA air defences when these strikes take place. What is even more baffling is why Iran has not brought in its own SAM systems in Syria or started manning the MiG 29 which both airforces operate in common. Iran and Syria combined have over 72 operational MiG 29 that can be used against Zionist intrusions in Lebanon. The upgraded Iranian Sa-2 Sayyed (hunter) are good enough to have brought down a Zionist F-16I, so why have they not been deployed in Bekaa or near Qalamoun? Iraq should also be deploying its Pantsir near eastern Euphrates as the emboldened Zionists will soon bomb Iraq.

    • Tommy Jensen

      Russia is only there to erase ISIS so they dont obstruct the gaslines, nothing else. Its done.
      Now Russia will let Syria rotten up and leave it to China to make some business there.

  • RGtz98

    Gentlemen , while I conclude with many of your opinions , one can’t blame Russia for everything they play the long game. An example is Southern Syria , you’ll think that Israel , would’ve not intervined if they didn’t have assurances from Russia (Hence the diplomay), Idlib will be taken , even the Russians have said its a temporary agreement (why they let Al-nusra win is to not have as much western support for them) , once Idlib is taken Turkey will simoultaneously launch an attack on SDF and they will run to join the SAA.(Idk what the end-deal will be) Al-tanf thats on the US and how much pressure can be given to them (Either politically or eventually militarly as was the case in Vietnam ,or even Tripoli in 2019). Lastly lets not forget Russia , has returned stability (Helping to rebuild, hospitals , schools and infrastructure) , is also hugely building up their armed forces (Although I concur on given the SAA more AA’s) and this doesn’t come as cheap as one might think , remember Russia is barely resurging , its not as powerful as the USSR was , in any case China should be helping more , yet no one critizices them. (Btw Syria has 5 major fronts of which 4 are active, you can’t launch an attack without securing your back.)
    I rest my point of ‘Wait and see’.
    Pretty sure R&U videos will post the videos of the new SAA forces squashing Al-nusra,etc in Idlib ;)

    • JHK

      Actually Syria has only one front, which is nato zionism. The rest is infighting, literally created by the west.

      There are really only two camps in Syria which time will prove, its zionism/nato vs Axis/Islam.

      The strategy of the kikes is to make cucks believe that somehow zionism and nato are different, and then nato divides The Axis + Islam to weaken our Unity.

      This is why I keep telling nato cucks on this forum to stfu because they are driving the wedge between Axis and Islamic Unity.

      Axis and Islamic Unity is the end game, and only then will zioamericucks be powned.

  • Miroslav Beran

    If some country attacked with military instruments 207 times the other country, is this war crime or no?
    207 war crimes or no?
    Where is international outrage in mainstream media?
    Where is ICC investigation?

    This whole Khazarian theatre is mor e and more looking as some deal between Khazars and Russians:

    Khazars: We need conducted some more war crimes, OK?

    Russians: We need to scan ba our radars the characteristic of new flying irons i.e. F-35 and also scan from side, from under and from fron side these dangerous new SDB (small diameter bombs), OK?

    Khazars: Perfect it is done deal.

    • Bingo. Russia needs testing grounds for SU57. Lavrov-jew, Medvedev-jew, Deripaska jew and other oligarchs – jews and Russian central bank ruled by jews must be all pleased by Putin’s action otherwise Putin lose their silent approve.
      So Putin ordered Russian Army not to fight against Israel at any cost.
      I told all ppl here half a year ago and they didn’t believed me.
      LOLOLOLOLOLO

  • Sinbad2

    The good news is, after the US is nuked into history, the Arabs who have been terrorized by Israel for 75 years, will be able to take their revenge up close and personal.

    • Tommy Jensen

      US, Israel and Russia are pals. Their common goal is to obstruct export of oil from Syria, Iran and Venezuela thus tighten central controle of the world market.
      Russia will let Syria and Iran dry up with famines and blow ups of any attempts to produce or export oil.

      • Sinbad2

        The US and Israel have no pals, everybody is a potential target to the Americans.

      • Lukas Arines

        That is correct. It is all about the pipeline America And Israel Do Not Want To Share. Russia Is Just A Distraction Created By The Three Of Them. I can’t believe even today people think we were ever really at war with them, not true. Same with the stupid missiles .. The Corporate Military Industrial Complex aka The United States Of American Corporation Is Seeking Total Global Domination. What people do not know is we are still being manipulated by the Queen and Lord Rothschild. The alleged fact that we are owned by China because we are in debt to them also is another lie. Chinese leaders are part of the theatrics as well.
        113 families rule the planet right now with Black Pope at the head of the hierarchy. However, CMIP has gotten cocky and wants to cut off it ties to the central banks it thinks it can wage war anywhere to hold the people hostage and ask for more money when it comes to regime change and progression. See the bigger picture. The US Corporation aka country is waging it’s own battle to be the global leader against the Black Pope and 113 families, the central bank families, and against Isrehell who thought they just assumed it would be them running the planet.

  • Johan

    Iran is no better as Erdogans Turkey, or better the ruling governments are both dictatorial by politic and religion. So thank you Israel for your determination to keep Iran from importing his sick ideology. Next target is undermine Erdogan imminent downfall.

    • You can call me Al

      What exactly do you know about Iran or it’s people ?.

      • zman

        Jack shit.

        • You can call me Al

          Fair and honest answer. Nice one.

          • zman

            I just call ’em as I see ’em.

      • Johan

        Ok I understand. Must be embracing living on a dungheap among other retardet illiterates, discriminating and violating women, elder and non believers in the name of a cruel idool and be a nobody, representing nothing, created nothing as noice, without arguments and heritage except war and then whining for 75 years about a nation that thrives despite the relentless muslim terrorisme and a overwhelming number of muslims surrounding them. And no I am no jew or no American, just a rational thinking educated enlighted non believer: luckily!

        • You can call me Al

          I am fucking British (white man + Christian) – retard, but at least I have travelled to Iran and can categorically tell you, that what you see and hear about it is complete BS.

  • Sukhoi

    -Time for Syria to lock down Lebanese Airspace with the full acceptance and cooperation of Lebanon
    -Syria needs plenty more modern 3D early warning radars, if not from Russia then at least from China
    -Most of Syria’s EW radars are from the 60’s and 70’s… with the exclusion of the recently delivered S-300PM2… their only modern EW radar was the Chinese made which was destroyed in Damascus in IAF strikes of January

    • Promitheas Apollonious

      you must missed the part that old radars can see allegedly stealth planes right? hence the reason russia and the chinese still making them.

      • Sukhoi

        They can, but not nearly as well as the newer Chinese/Russian EW radars. And now that Syria has the S-300PM2, newer EW radars would work much better in an integrated network than the older Soviet radars

        • You can call me Al

          The old radars are linked in with the new Russian radars you speak of; Syria has a comprehensive and integrated air defence system; why they do not activate it is anybodies guess.

          • Tommy Jensen

            Maybe because Russia is not on the side you thought they were…………..LOL.

  • HAHAHA.
    As I said 1000x times before.
    Putin is perfectly OK with Israeli attacks on Syria. New S300 launchers are unusable as Syrian army has not approval from Russia/Putin to use them.
    Because there is a deal between Putin – Russian Oligarchs/Jews tolerating Putin – Israel
    Well, it is the same like in Doneck/Luhansk Ukraine.
    Everybody knows that Netanyahu/Erdogan/Poroshenko are war criminals and everybody knows, that Putin is not giving a shit because he likes “deals” with war criminals for his own personal profit.
    And those deals (Lavrov/Putin) have nice byproducts like 10.000 dead people on Ukraine and 50.000 dead people in Syria. I’m only curious how it will end up in Venezuela. If Putin/Lavrov is in the charge we can expect 100.000 people will die in Venezuela and Putin will not give a shit as long as it is profitable for him.

    • Promitheas Apollonious

      you are not very bright are you ?

      • hahaha. You are idiot. Russia is not savior of Syria. Russia misuses Syria for it own gains. Like dirty gas business with Erdogan, testing own weapons, putting pressure on the USA and Saudi Arabia coalition and so on.
        All people here in SF are mainly idiots. And comments here are laughable and naïve.

        • Promitheas Apollonious

          I know russia is not a savior of syria you moron and why is in syria. On the other hand that does not make the bullshits you keep writing along with the rest of your kind true or not show you as the complete idiot you are.

          as for who the idiot is my best guess is the one who did not jerk you off.

  • iosongasingsing

    I have a Persian rug at my house the Talmudic Zionists will bomb me.