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    Breaking news.

    Iraqi soldiers face constant insults by Sunni Arab tribes. 4 men gone home with ptsd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loscules View Post
    According to reports they control the whole Shaer gas field now with over 200 SAA and militias killed.

    And according to western media, ISIS took control of 2 gas fields and killed 30 SAA/NDF soldiers. That sounds more reasonable. The regime has started a counter attack to take back the gas fields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalerab View Post
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    BREAKING: ‪#‎Kurdish‬ forces in
    ‪#‎Turkey‬ told Rudaw
    that they face constant insults by the ‪#‎Turkish‬
    soldiers in Suruc.
    It is funny that in every situation Turkey get blame of something. Who did those insults ? What kind of insults? If this is like ' amina koyim' (f U C k ) from conscript soldiers then it is not a insult think it as a dot at the End of sentence

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    So... is learning how to swear in Kurdish part of boot camp then ?

    By the way, what's the affiliation of the Arabs in between Kobani and Qamishli? After all their presence has been enabled by the Arab belt policy of the Ba'ath regime, but all of them seem to have fallen in the hands of ISIS. I remember Kalerab (?) posted something about the affiliations (YPG-aligned, SAA/NDF-aligned, jihadist-aligned) of different tribes in North-West Syria, is this the same for the Arab population in the Arab belt area?

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    Theo Padnos, American Journalist, on Being Kidnapped, Tortured and Released in Syria
    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/28/ma...yria.html?_r=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeWolf View Post
    So... is learning how to swear in Kurdish part of boot camp then ?
    'Amına koyim' is Turkish but i am sure Most of the Pesh know what it mean as an insult. But it is really used instead of dot by Turkish conscript soldiers. Like 'acele et amına koyim' 'hurry up ****'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalerab View Post
    Rudaw English
    12 minutes ago ·
    BREAKING: ‪#‎Kurdish‬ forces in
    ‪#‎Turkey‬ told Rudaw
    that they face constant insults by the ‪#‎Turkish‬
    soldiers in Suruc.

    Their civilians
    in Turkiye

    Their injured ones
    in Turkiye

    Which soil they are using?
    Turkish Soil.

    Which country they are *****ing about?
    Turkiye

    Honestly we must seal entire border maybe their acts will change.

    @cem40 & Orangewolf

    We can use acele et a..... koyim too like hurry up.For military some swear words are like punctuation marks but honestly i want to see results if they try to **** with a Lieutenant or Sergeant major

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    So latest pic on liveleak shows an ISIS guy making his baby "step" on a severed head.
    No words.

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    European women convert, join IS

    AMSTERDAM, Netherlands — Vanessa, 19, was always a rebellious and spontaneous teen. Someone who liked being the center of attention and didn’t let anybody tell her what to do. After she became a teenager, she was always hanging around “tough boys” from school. They made her feel protected and safe. And just like other teens, she had boyfriends:

    Some were really nice, but others treated her badly“And when she had a nice boyfriend, she started calling him constantly, testing his limits. On the one hand she denounced rules. On the other hand, she yearned for them,’’ her mother, Mary, told Al-Monitor.

    Vanessa had trouble at school. One day she got an invitation from her teacher to talk about her extreme behavior. At that time, she had already converted to Islam. Vanessa was fully covered and wore a face veil. “You might as well go straight to Syria,” the teacher said. After that conversation, she dropped out.


    Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/orig...#ixzz3HcLvORPH


    Wouldn't wanna be in their shoes the day Raqqah falls

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurdman View Post
    Yes it was wonderful. Pesh was welcomed in all towns they crossed.
    Quote Originally Posted by kurdman View Post
    Yeah please do so, provoke the population some more. Be my guest. I can sense the anger in your post. It brings me joy.
    What a dumb ass little punk you are. You laugh at the Iraqis during the Mosul events, laud the mighty Peshmerga, then squeal like a little pig when ISIS came for Erbil.
    In this thread you are all over Turkey for not letting reinforcements go to the PKK in Kobane. The PKK. The same people Turkey has been fighting forever. The same group which just shot dead three Turkish soldiers the other day. When they finally agree, instead of keeping your mouth shut, and being happy that it's going on, you insult some more? Truly a dumb ass punk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cem40 View Post
    It is funny that in every situation Turkey get blame of something. Who did those insults ? What kind of insults? If this is like ' amina koyim' (f U C k ) from conscript soldiers then it is not a insult think it as a dot at the End of sentence
    We both know amina koyim means much more than *****

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    Quote Originally Posted by partisan1975 View Post
    My Captivity
    Theo Padnos, American Journalist, on Being Kidnapped, Tortured and Released in Syria
    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/28/ma...yria.html?_r=0
    interesting, thanks

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