First Video Appears Showing Pro-Government Troops At Border With Iraq

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The first video has appeared online showing pro-government fights north of At Tanf at the Syrian-Iraqi border. The video confirms the recent claims by the Russian Defense Ministry and Syrian media outlets.

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  • 1eeripsa

    Go SAA!!

    • christianblood

      May God bless SAA, Russia and their allies!

  • PZIVJ

    I REALLY ENJOYED THE MUSIC AND SONG.
    AND I DO NOT EVEN SPEAK THE LANGUAGE !
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/18d8347fc614a2665eed66f829c8e5d6f2d8df9e1423aaeca8e8a4511260e80b.jpg

    • RR II

      it is hezbollah song :)

      • Mountains

        This

        • PZIVJ

          That’s the most votes you got all day mountains !
          Did you fall out of your chair drunk ? :DDD

      • christianblood

        Long Live Hezbollah who protects Christians and other minorities in Syria and Lebanon from the U$ backed genocidal jihadists! May God bless Hezbollah and SAA and provide them huge victories!

        • Tudor Miron

          Many thanks for this link. Somehow I missed this site but now I will add it to favorites.

    • paul

      I agree. Middle East choirs have such a distinctive and melodious quality.

    • GroundlessAir

      Billboard top 40 has something to learn from them.

  • Graeme Rymill

    The Americans completed a berm along the entire Syrian Iraqi border back in 2008. No sign of it in this video. Just supposing they really did get to the border can they sustain a presence there in the middle of nowhwere? The answer is likely no.

    • Hrky75

      All sides are in the same mess – trying to control and advance in the middle of nowhere. SAA has friendly Iraqis to the south of the border for support while FSA has a week supply chain from Jordan to Al Tanaf – 50 km from there in any direction and there are on their own…

    • FlorianGeyer

      With Russian air support they can. The link is made and for the US to invade Syria and attack the SAA will get the US cowboys in a world of hurt.

  • FlorianGeyer

    Its great news. The US of course will be plotting and planning ‘mistaken attacks’ on the SAA supply route with Iraq and beyond.

    I am sure that Israel will be ‘Deeply worried’ :) I hope so anyway.

    I find the Arabic soundtracks most exhilarating to listen to. Its music to inspire the courage of the SAA and their allies who for 6 long years have stood up to all that the West and their bestial allies have assaulted Syria with.

  • Loveyou

    Why so much area of syria is all dry kind of desert area?

    • BMWA1

      Geography.

    • FlorianGeyer

      It could be that for rather a long time the climate has not been conducive to green fields etc :)

      I have always wondered why the USA is an ‘intellectual’ desert. Perhaps you could help me ?

      • Orcbuu

        LOL

    • Vic Robertson

      You should asked a scientist or to God

    • Bob

      You need to reacquaint yourself with your junior school geography text books. Deserts are basically result of rain clouds meeting either wind patterns or mountain lines – that result in rain clouds repeatedly dumping the rain in one area – and leaving areas further beyond in long term dry states.

  • Fülöp Kiss

    VIVA SAA !!!!!

  • wimroffel

    Here is an interesting article about Russian-American negotiations behind the screens:
    https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2017-06-09/us-russia-discuss-de-escalation-zone-for-southwest-syria-diplomats

    It claims that the US wants a special de-escalation zone for Daraa-Quneitra where “Iran-backed militias” are not welcome. The rebel offensive in Daraa should be seen as American pressure to reach this goal. Al Tanf isn’t mentioned but one could imagine that it is part of this pressure game too.

    • chris chuba

      Hmm …. the fact that we are having these discussions now kind of refutes the claim made by the U.S. that there already was a deconfliction zone. That along with Lavrov’s denial.

      I’m an American but I have actually watched the progress of the Syrian civil war and I know who really broke the previous ceasefires. If my country is as good at real war as we are in information warfare, then who would be able to stop us?

      • FlorianGeyer

        Reality ?

    • MeMadMax

      Yeah…

      That’s clearly not gonna happen.

    • Solomon Krupacek

      what do you think, why exists the isis pocket nearby golan? if enything is lost, the americans and israelis can attack it and occupy. and in this way they can estaboles new buffer zone nearby occupied golan.

  • Rodney Loder

    Russia is making bold statements about IS colluding with​ US to fight and die opposing the SAA and not FSA, Brother Baghdadi must be believing that the Kurds will give him legitimacy, I find that incredible, IS handed over positions to Turkish FSA (al-Bab) but they are now cut off from that escape route to Turkey where they now are in South eastern Syria, maybe they have been promised a salient in Dier Ezzor that would eventually reach into Jordan, I find that even more incredible anyone would believe such duplicity.

    • Tom Tom

      or you could be naive.

      • Rodney Loder

        That’s what the Brotherhood said as they hitched their wagon to UNSC resolution 1973, March 2011, Russia then realised I was right all along, although they still didn’t believe in Climate Change, I had that down pat 1966, also in 2012 the DPRK’s missiles were a funny story, Tutsi in Central Africa were still on a roll China was soft and more hostile to Russia that the West, they were all my target projects when I was allowed to post on the internet, mid 2012, but it took me till December 2012 before I could work out how to use it, so in four and a half years I changed all that as a prisoner of jew and Christian criminal insanity held in solitary confinement as a clinically declared schizophrenic, not bad for a crazy man with the politics of vengeance.

  • BL

    Game over for the American/Zionist/ISIS alliance?

    • Thegr8rambino

      Yes God willing INSHALLAH!!!

  • Mountains

    If The US don’t do anything they have shamed the state of Israel and we are not pleased with this I can clearly tell you…… If Iran gets to encircle you like this and open a corridor from Iran to Lebanon. You have failed us big time… Where is the hyped up America. You have gotten weak guys in all of your times getting kicked by Taliban have soften you

    • Daniel Castro

      Suck it zionist PIG! We couldn’t care less about your big mountains of shit! You lose, now fuck off!

    • Wahid Algiers

      Fuck you. Lick the feet and asses of the israelis.

    • PZIVJ

      You must be having a really crappy day !
      Are you drunk yet, grab another bottle. HAHA
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f9ac7766a426431e9d0b82bb142a500735b4a3e497b772950b4a66e026d0ff5e.jpg

    • Hrky75

      Israel encircled itself when it’s forefathers decided to carve out the country for eastern European Jew-wannabes smack in the middle of an all Arab region. So what’s the Zio solution for the problem of their own making – kill all the neighbors in order not to feel encircled. You may have all the watches – but the Arabs have the time…

      • Tom Tom

        Actually, the original inhabitants of the area were not Arabs but the Philistines, who were originally Greeks from the west who came from Europe to the area at the end of the bronze age. Palaestina is latin for “Philistinia.” In 2016, the discovery of a huge Philistine cemetery, containing more than 150 burials, seems to point toward their Aegean origin. Rome destroyed the Jewish nation in 70A.D. Many scholars have interpreted the ceramic and technological evidence attested by archaeology as being associated with the Philistines advent in the area as strongly suggestive that they formed part of a large scale immigration to southern Canaan, probably from Anatolia and Cyprus, in the 12th century BCE.

        The area was lightly populated until the Ottoman Empire much later.

        In 636 A.D., the Battle of Yarmouk during the Muslim conquest of the Levant marked the start of Muslim hegemony over the region, which became known as Jund Filastin within the province of Bilâd al-Shâm (Greater Syria).

        • Daniel Castro

          It’s always nice to read highly educated posters.

        • Hrky75

          People whose homes were taken over or destroyed by Eastern European newcomers claiming Jewish ancestry, direct blood line to the Bronze age tribes and reading the Bible as if it was some kind of ancient land registry document – were mostly Arabs. Now i wouldn’t like to make this another Bronze age history discussion as it usually happens when Israel is mentioned but the Hebrews lost their independence to the Babylonians in 600BC. After that they were ruled by Persians, Greeks, Romans etc.. To claim “purity of blood” and claim the land after 2700 years of foreign rule and 2000 year hiatus from the region would be hillarious if it didn’t imply 10000s of dead people…

    • AMHants

      G back to the Comey Hearing. Syria is a sovereign nation and neither the US or Israel have been invited to the party.

      • BMWA1

        There is also that bedsit in Coventry above the laundrymat whence the Guardian gets its info.

        • AMHants

          And when he is busy, they pop down the road to Leicester and check out his mate, the Housing Officer, who also did the same course on ‘How to navigate Google’?

    • FlorianGeyer

      Very few us here care little what Israel thinks. In fact I would be happy to see Israel as a jewish state broken up and returned to the Palestinian people the Khazars stole from.
      Israel has shamed the world with her abuse of the Palestinian people and the biggest concentration camp in the world that is Gaza.

    • Solomon Krupacek

      israel delendam esse!

  • Papi1960R

    Im really concerned that my country, the US, will use this as a excuse to occupy more of Syria and Iraq. My biggest concern is the publicly stated wishes of both Syria and Iraq to normalize relations and expand border crossing with only their own troops on the border. With Mosel being stabilized the Iraqi Army plans to move West and occupy its own border without Saudi, UAE, NATO or US interference. The US may find its troops occupying land between the 2 countries without any legal standing to be there.

    • Colin Oskapy

      And many of the US Marines are homosexual scum as well. They chase around toilets spreading AIDS. And they are violent Jew trash to boot.

    • FlorianGeyer

      The US would not be able to justify an invasion of Iraq now. The few thousand US troops in Iraq would be easy pickings for the Iraqi army and Militia. The sight of hundreds or thousands of body bags landing in the US would concentrate the minds of the American People as they demand the end to aggressive wars that the US always loses these days anyway.

      • Tom Tom

        or cause a nuke war.

        • FlorianGeyer

          It could do BUT the US would be fully exposed to all, even the Deaf,Dumb and Blind as the Terrorist Nation in Chief of the world today.

          I do not wish to live under US hegemony or tyranny and if it takes a nuclear war to end that, so be it. The debt crisis in the West is all due to US currency fraud and manipulation via the US dollar Reserve Currency Status. Event those of us without personal debt have been impacted by this US assault on us all. Including the ordinary people o the US.

    • Vic Robertson

      Once the Syrian Army got Russian Anti Aircraft Missiles Systems the USA will find it difficult to attack Syria. The USA hasn’t attacked a country which can protect itself since the Second World War.

      • Tudor Miron

        Vic, if you analise facts of WWII (forces involved/time line etc) you’ll clearly see that USA didn’t attack a country that was still able to protect itself even in wwii.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          japan is nothing

    • Thegr8rambino

      Dont worry I read many of the US special operators over there hate the fact they are training jihadis and are deliberately sabotaging the efforts. They know they are on the wrong side of history now.

  • Ernesto_Cheguevara_999

    good job :)

  • Nigel Maund

    We’re all supporting the SAA, Iran, Hezbollah and Russia against the forces of evil supporting ISIS and we all know who they are! The discovery of signficant oil under the Golan Heights means that Israel will be attempting to rapidly colonise and annex this part of Syria.

  • Marisa Aguilera

    I said this in September 2015 (When Russia joined the war) the best move would be to seal the northern and south/eastern borders and contain the enemy as a first move. But they saw this as less important. They went after the prize of Aleppo even when the ISIS supply lines were still open. Now you have the Turks, Kurds, U.S and others going for a land grab after the SDF, Iranians, Hezbollah and Russians have done all the dirty work to rid Syria of the black flags.
    Bad strategic move.

    • Milan Miljkovic

      America is missing dollars to buy Black-Green paint
      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DB47eX4WsAIRBgA.jpg

    • FlorianGeyer

      It was not seen as less important It is the fact that the SAA was at breaking point and sealing the border would have likely taken the SAA manpower that stopped the fall of Damascus and the liberation of Aleppo.

  • Milan Miljkovic
    • Tudor Miron

      Milan,
      I would like to say that I’m very sorry and many here feel ashamed that Russia didn’t help Jugoslavia when Nato attacked you. My country was in ruins after collapse of CCCP when that happened and our sovereignity was gone to a large extent. I hope that you know that nowadays things would have been different. We respect our ally Syria and are standing behind them but people of ex Югославия are much closer to Russians and if they would ask for help we would not keep aside.

      • Milan Miljkovic

        respect Tudor Miron
        Serbia knows that Russia is our friend
        Boris Yeltsin was a puppet of the United States
        greetings to the Russian people from Serbia

      • DJ Double D

        Boris Yeltsin – the Drunkard sold your country out. Putin wouldn’t have allowed the bombing to happen.

        • Milan Miljkovic

          This is the truth

  • Fritz Otto

    Nice – it seems to be in the full empty desert far away from everything else as a border… – Unfortunately the sands is not very indicativ for the region…! ;-) But nice music!

  • Michael Qiao

    this is glorious

  • Stephen

    Our US CIA has murdered well educated and very great leaders in the world. In the US CIA most of the top members are Zionist scums. They are the hard core terrorists in the world. Their main purpose to bring to the world threat, instability, suffering, torture, murders and assassination of great leaders. Due to which the countries’ economy and stability destroyed.

    They have attacked many countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, South America, for example Russia, China, Korea, Japan, Germany, UK, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Nigeria, and so on.

    The US CIA uses many different techniques for example;
    1. Using army forces
    2. Proxies that is terrorists.
    3. Cyber attacks
    4. Media attacks
    5. Sanctions
    6. Warnings
    7. Spies and so on.

    You will employee a person in your government and will think that this is a good guy but in fact he could be a spy or a proxy.

  • Gabriel Hollows

    Can’t Mossad the Assad!

  • Vic Robertson

    Congratulations to the Courageous Syrian Army. Thanks to the Syrian Army the USA will find it difficult to establish Sharia Law in Syria.

  • Tom Tom

    Sure, they’re on the border. The U.S. has issued statements about that. But some guy walking in the desert? Ok.

    More vids on bringing those S-400’s in stop the empire, please.

  • PZIVJ
  • BL
  • Giovanni Netto

    USA & Israel: FUCK YOU!!!!

  • Thegr8rambino

    “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” – Marianne Williamson, American spiritual teacher

    • Tudor Miron

      Yes, that’s ultimately a question of self awarness of each and every human on this Planet. If there’s more of those that choose light rather than bawing to lower/downstreaming energy than this world is saved and there will be next “jump” in development if human race. If not there are two ways – complete wipe off the face of this planet (planet is extremely robust, it’s human race that is vulnerable) or worldwide consentration work camp serving the NWO gang.