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    Quote Originally Posted by samii View Post
    I posted sources above. SOHR also put out a piece saying 23 killed and 100 injured with the number killed 'likely to be higher'.
    They are talking about the attack on Hanano barracks.

    Nearly 50 people were killed on Thursday when Syrian rebels attacked one of the largest military barracks in the country, in northern Aleppo, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

    It said at least 27 soldiers and pro-regime militiamen were killed and that the rebel losses of 20 dead included a commander.


    Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Mid...leppo-ngo.ashx

    Seriously though you are a heartless c*unt

    Arguing about semantics while kids are getting slaughtered.

    I ve given enough sources. I refuse to discuss this further out of respect for the victims of this disgusting massacre.
    There is no evidence that rebel rockets killed 40 civilians in Aleppo today.

    Rebels dont have any large rockets, even Grads they have in very little numbers. Such rockets are not effective in built up area. They can cause terror, disrupt normal live, kill, but not 40 in one day. Unless they hit some large gathering. But we did not hear about such case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 501 View Post
    They are talking about the attack on Hanano barracks.

    Nearly 50 people were killed on Thursday when Syrian rebels attacked one of the largest military barracks in the country, in northern Aleppo, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

    It said at least 27 soldiers and pro-regime militiamen were killed and that the rebel losses of 20 dead included a commander.


    Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Mid...leppo-ngo.ashx


    There is no evidence that rebel rockets killed 40 civilians in Aleppo today.

    Rebels dont have any large rockets, even Grads they have in very little numbers. Such rockets are not effective in built up area. They can cause terror, disrupt normal live, kill, but not 40 in one day. Unless they hit some large gathering. But we did not hear about such case.
    http://www.syriahr.com/index.php?opt...s#.U1Bd7_ldUnM

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    Quote Originally Posted by 501 View Post
    They are talking about the attack on Hanano barracks.

    Nearly 50 people were killed on Thursday when Syrian rebels attacked one of the largest military barracks in the country, in northern Aleppo, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

    It said at least 27 soldiers and pro-regime militiamen were killed and that the rebel losses of 20 dead included a commander.


    Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Mid...leppo-ngo.ashx


    There is no evidence that rebel rockets killed 40 civilians in Aleppo today.

    Rebels dont have any large rockets, even Grads they have in very little numbers. Such rockets are not effective in built up area. They can cause terror, disrupt normal live, kill, but not 40 in one day. Unless they hit some large gathering. But we did not hear about such case.
    TahrirSy تحرير سوري ‏@TahrirSy 1h
    100 civilians (33 of them are now in al-Razi hospital and the same in the university hospital) were killed today by mortar shells in #Aleppo

    TahrirSy تحرير سوري ‏@TahrirSy 1h
    PT: The brigades responsible for the deaths: Shuhadaa Badr brigade + Sultan brigade.

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    Huh? It talks about Assads barrel bombs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 501 View Post
    Huh? It talks about Assads barrel bombs.
    Did you bother reading or just stopped after first sentence ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samii View Post
    Did you bother reading or just stopped after first sentence ?
    23 total killed 17 by barrel bombs and 6 by rebel shelling.

    Loyalists dropped barrel bombs around Hanano to repel attack. Naturally that caused lots of casualties. Now they try to blame the rebels in all these casualties:


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    TahrirSy is also lying? You troll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by partisan1975 View Post
    TahrirSy is also lying? You troll.
    Keep the insults out.

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    Large tail of unidentified rocket/missile

    Anyone ID?


    New Video titled
    "huge airplane missile"


    Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=52f_1...SrEpCqEgJW3.99

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    A few days ago there where reports from Syria of a Rebel unit claiming that its convoy was hit by a gunship at night
    even though it had lights off, Now here a Video(UNCONFIRMED THIS IS SYRIA) showing what looks like another precision airstrike on a rebel convoy

    Is the Syrian Air force gained or increased its night fighting ability?

    Video non-graphic
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    Moment when islamic front terrorists convoy attacked by Syrian army plane + slowmotion

    Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d60_1...MPWLXdyCrs5.99

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    Quote Originally Posted by 501 View Post
    Rebels dont have any large rockets, even Grads they have in very little numbers. Such rockets are not effective in built up area. They can cause terror, disrupt normal live, kill, but not 40 in one day. Unless they hit some large gathering. But we did not hear about such case.
    They don't need Grads, they(rebels) use IRAM gas cylinders, mortars and DIY Rockets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnhan278 View Post
    Large tail of unidentified rocket/missile

    Anyone ID?


    New Video titled
    "huge airplane missile"


    Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=52f_1...SrEpCqEgJW3.99
    Not guided. Probably some 240mm Soviet or similar (230mm) Iranian clone.

    EDIT: Hmmm, foldable tail fins... now I'm not so sure it is AGM... Oghab?
    Last edited by partisan1975; 5 Days Ago at 09:08 PM.

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    The Syrian Opposition’s Bleak Outlook

    http://carnegie-mec.org/2014/04/17/s...k-outlook/h8e0

    Worth the read.

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    The same ol' "Assad str000ng! decisive victory soon!" spheil we've been hearing for the last 3 years.

    There is no military solution to this conflict for either side. Even if Assad forces and the Iranians manage to retake every major localities in the country, that won't even be the end. Not by the long shot. If you think so you know squat about guerrilla and sectarian-based war. Meanwhile anti-Assad-Iranian forces are too divided, have differing agendas, and lack the international support/firepower to take key Assad-Iranian locations. The only solution by this point is partition in all likelihood, but both sides are too stubborn to agree to that. So they'll both mindlessly and futilely pummel each other while Syrian people suffer. Grabbing onto any tactical success as indication that the decisive victory is near while the overall situation is mired in stalemate. Very similar to the Iran-Iraq War in this respect.

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    Jihadists returning from Syria face heavy punishments in Jordan

    FOCUS: Jordanian security forces take firm stand against jihadists returning from Syria; one official says government allows leaving for jihad, but not returning.

    Reuter$

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...510990,00.html

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