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In Photos: Syrian Army Seized Hideout Of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham Leader In Western Aleppo

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Units of the Syrian Army found and seized an abandoned hideout of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham leader Abu Mohammad al-Jolani in western Aleppo. The facility is located in the Anjara area, 15 km west of Aleppo city.

Hayat Tahrir al-Sham is the most powerful armed groups operating in Greater Idlib. It has strong ties with al-Qaeda and at some moment has even been an official offshoot of the terrorist group in Syria.

In Photos: Syrian Army Seized Hideout Of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham Leader In Western Aleppo

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gustavo

Very good, just make sure that this terrorist will never be able to use his home.

Vitex

They even had a tunnel boring machine! Wonder what NATO country donated that, or was it just looted from the Syrian government?

BMWA1

My guess is NATO channels.

Jens Holm

Thats correct. The one string dictatorsystem is not able to.

When Assads now and then are able to take them by force, they are used for making holes for earrings as well as the first part of oildrillings.

Saif Imam

Agreed.

Jens Holm

Super pigions bring them and pizza, if You dont buy beer:( There are 1000s of them all over Syria.

Soon after You are forced to buy the drills for it, and often more then a wife and bad tit.

Icarus Tanović

That’s right, I have noticed that too. Some mining equipment.

Peter Jennings

The terrorists must have a had a jihadi geologist in their mining team.

FlorianGeyer

With an English name and military number as well :)

Concrete Mike

Geologists dont build tunnels!!! Miners technicians and engineers do.

I had the pleasure of sinking 2 mine shaft a a decade ago, cery interesting project. It was something called soft rock mining, a real.pain in the ass, because you have to stop at every 180′ and do a grout cycle.

We drained a whole aquifer in the process….twice.

Wayne Nicholson

Most of what I see in the pics are looks like it was drilled and blasted out. Rock drilling rigs are a dime a dozen … in rocky country like that many excavating contractors would have them. Nice masonry skills though … they really took their time and did a good job … it’s like they were planning to stay.

Ronald

Planning to stay is right, 15 km west of Aleppo City, they really thought they had Aleppo in the bag.

Concrete Mike

Agreed, but you also need the air.compressors that.go.with it. Definitly.easier for the militants to get all that, as the rest of syria.is under sanctions.

Wayne Nicholson

I read a report from Aleppo that everything that every piece of machinery that was of value is now in Turkey. One factory owner said he tracked his CNC machinery to a city in Turkey when the new ‘owner’ put the machine online. Aleppo was the industrial heart of Syria and the ‘rebels’ held the industrial suburbs in the west …. It would have been like a candy store for engineers.

FlorianGeyer

Yes, Vitex, the tunnel bore machine and the technical and surveying support to construct this underground base is not something that the captagon fuelled Jewhadi’s could have achieved in my opinion.

Few, if any, Middle Eastern nations allied to the West have those skills anymore. All over Syria the complex Wahabi fortifications would have needed military engineers from NATO in my opinion.

During WW2 , the Germans constructed a huge V2 rocket manufacturing and launch site named ‘ La Coupole’ close to St Omer in Northern France. Highly skilled German miners and engineers were the brains behind this massive project.
I have visited the site twice now.

https://www.thegoodlifefrance.com/la-coupole-bunker-saint-omer/

Only Iran in my opinion has the indigenous skills to construct such a complex in the Middle East these days, I think. Syria would also have many of the required skills , especially after 9 years of sanctions.

Most of the Arab states that are oil rich, prefer a uneducated population that are kept docile with enough to live on in what are de facto, Open Prisons, where dissent is punishable by death. The elite live like kings and pay Western companies to construct the playgrounds of the rich.

Ray Douglas

Given the new relationship between Russia and Saudi Arabia I wonder how an Ansar Allah barrage of missiles would go down with Aramco?

Zionism = EVIL

It is an Americunt and Jew idea to use oil as a weapon to weaken Russian economy and make the costs higher for its support for the legitimate Syrian government, the idiots are mistaken as Russia is in much stronger position with a diversified technology based economy and it can sell weapons and high tech machinery even to Europe, not to mention precious gas to EU. Russia Foreign Exchange Reserves. Russia’s Foreign Exchange Reserves was measured at 435.8 USD bn in Jan 2020. Meanwhile Saudi morons can sell camels if worse came to worse.

Ivan

The problem with cheap oil is that the whole shale oil ponzi scheme will collapse which will hurt USA 100 times more than Russia.

Ray Douglas

It was not a US idea to use oil as a weapon. Russia took the initiative by refusing to go along with a Saudi idea to reduce production so as to maintain prices. Russia is attempting to destroy US/Canadian shale production. It will drive the US shale companies into insolvency as they cannot repay the $billions borrowed and so the end of shale oil. It is also a double edged sword as the inability of the shale companies to repay the banks will also lead to banks going bankrupt. Whoooo Haaaa.

abuqahwa

See my link displaying machinery and arms captured by SAA earlier :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxgFc7hCW9M

Jens Holm

I disagree a lot. Syria has big road constructions as well as mining and oil and gas pipelines.

People in regions like tthat has been tunnelconstructers for 1000s of years being experts in irrigation as well.

I see the area in front of it as mining having taken stones for building construction and the driller used for that as well as they after that has been used inside the cave instea´d of sales.

It will have been totally stupid for western helpers to make a visible hole with many parking spaces like that.

abuqahwa
R PLobo

The best is that the former KGB officer who helplessly witnessed the USSR whored out by the zionazis occultist pigs – is now trolling the western goyim vassal stooges. If western presstitutes were capable of understanding irony it would blow their minds.

Zionism = EVIL

SAA should expand these tunnel complexes for future wars against Zionists. They just need rebar and concrete reinforcement and better ventilation and blast proof camouflaged entrances. The Turkeys have done most of the work for SAA to complete these useful underground complexes.

Bill Wilson

I’m sure it was brought in by Turkey since the subway tunnel contractors will generally abandon their used boring machines after completing a project because the machinery will require expensive rebuilding. The two shallow bores indicates that the machinery failed twice so was dismantled and hauled off to the junkyard.

josh

leader of HTS is Abu tayip al erdogani not that Jolani puppet

Icarus Tanović

Hahahahahaahahhhahahahaha!

Liberal guy

Hahahahaha

Zionism = EVIL

Turkeys civil engineering at its best :)

Damien C

Looks like some of those vehicles were nicely chewed up from the air … hope they were full of cavemen when they were hit

Assad must stay

HAAHAHHAAH cavemen that is very accurate name for them

Zionism = EVIL

Actually, cave warfare defeated the Americunts in Vietnam. I visited the Cu Chi near Ho Chi Minh city formerly Saigon and the tunnels went on for hundreds of kms and even carpet bombing by B-52 did not even make a dent.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJ3tsK_jCDs

Ronald

Ah yes, future cellars for Syrian fine wine !

Peter Jennings

It would be silly not to make use of the work now that it’s done.

klove and light

Breaking news—……. it does not get any weirder than this………….totally unreal….just 5 days ago, SAA captives were brutally tortured and beheaded…..now THIS!

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Russia military escorts 13 Turkish convoys to Idlib
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Units of the Russian military police escorted 13 Turkish convoys to Turkey’s observation posts in the Idlib de-escalation zone in Syria during the past day, Oleg Zhuravlev, chief of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Parties in Syria, said on Monday.
“A special round-the-clock communications channel has been established to ensure real-time coordination between the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Opposing Parties and the Turkish side. During the day, units of the Russian military police escorted 13 Turkish convoys to the deployments sites of the Turkish army’s observation posts in the Idlib de-escalation zone,” he said.

Zhuravlev recalled that under the Russian-Turkish agreements a ceasefire had been declared in the Idlib de-escalation zone from 00:01 on March 6. “No shelling attacks by Ankara-controlled illegal armed groups were reported in the past day. Nevertheless, two ceasefire violations by units of the Islamic Party of Turkestan and Jahbat al-Nusra (outlawed in Russia), which are not controlled by Turkey, were reported in the settlements of Ain al-Nwar and Tanjara in the Latakia governorate,” he said.
A regular joint Russia-Turkish patrol mission was conducted in the al-Hasakah governorate. The Russian military police continued patrol missions along five routes in the Aleppo, Raqqa and al-Hasakah governorates. Russia’s air force conducted an aerial patrolling from the Metras airfield.
Apart from that, according to Zhuravlev, officers of the Russian reconciliation center conducted two humanitarian operations and delivered a total of 1.98 tonnes of food products to settlements in the al-Hasakah and al-Quneitra governorates. As many as 305 Syrians in the settlements of Kobani in the Aleppo governorate and al-Qamishli in the al-Hasakah governorate received medical assistance from Russian military doctors.
ALSO READ Several Turkish soldiers allegedly killed in new Syrian-Russian air attack in Idlib

The Russian reconciliation center continues to fulfill assigned tasks after the completion of the military campaign in Syria. The center’s officers regularly travel around the country’s liberated areas to assess the humanitarian situation. The main efforts of the Russian military are now focused on assistance to the refugees returning to their homes and evacuation of civilians from de-escalation zones.

Jens Holm

The wierd thing is, You dont know whats going on and why and how after Years. And You even insist not folowing, whats decided about things there at all.

You just see some Turks shoulder by shouder in one long line and Assads in a long line of same kind.

Right here You totally ignore Russia and Turkey has an agreement about it.

Furkan Sahin

Assad is better than Erdogan

klove and light

Breaking News…..

News / Syria / Foreign Policy / Editor’s Choice
Mounting concern over SAS operations in southern Syria
Sunday, 08 March 2020 6:57 PM [ Last Update: Monday, 09 March 2020 3:37 PM ]

British SAS or SBS soldier in action in Syria
There is mounting concern in the region about the nature and scale of British Special Forces deployment to southern Syria.
The concern comes in the wake of an exclusive report by the Daily Mirror (March 05) that two RAF Chinook helicopters “packed with special forces” troops and medics had “swooped” into southern Syria to rescue a wounded Special Air Service (SAS) operative.
According to the Mirror, the casualty was airlifted from “deep inside the warzone” to a medical facility in Erbil, northern Iraq.
Whilst the Mirror doesn’t say exactly where in southern Syria the SAS soldier was operating, the reference to “warzone” would suggest Deraa province, in the southwest of the country.
There have been clashes in recent days between Syrian government forces and terrorist groups controlling parts of the town of Al-Sanamayn, situated 50 kilometers south of the capital, Damascus.
Based on the realities on the ground, there is mounting speculation that Britain’s elite SAS could be lending a helping hand to anti-government forces in and around Al-Sanamayn.
British Special Forces, both in the form of the SAS and its allied unit, the Special Boat Service (SBS), have been operating in Syria for seven years.
According to the Mirror, more than 30 British special operatives have been injured in Syria. There has been at least one combat fatality, that of Sergeant Matt Tonroe, who was killed in a joint US/UK operation in March 2018.
Late last year it was reported that British Special Forces in Syria were beating a hasty retreat following US President, Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of Syria.

British Special Forces in Syria beat a hasty retreat following the US withdrawal
The British military position in north-eastern Syria has collapsed following Donald Trump
The latest incident appears to indicate that the SAS and SBS continue to operate in Syria based on the needs of allied Syrian rebel and terrorist groups.
The exfiltration of the injured SAS soldier will cause huge concern as the rescue operation involved RAF choppers taking off from RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus before flying through Israeli airspace to northern Jordan and onto southwestern Syria.
This brazen violation of Syrian sovereignty is likely to aggravate Britain’s outlaw status in Damascus, where both the Syrian government and people take a dim view of Britain’s hostile interference in their internal affairs.

abuqahwa

British SF are not beating a retreat – in fact British are ramping up their forces in Cyprus from where, for years, they have attacked Syria by air and supported their jihadi terror gangs on the ground with intel, arms, training etc.. Like all NATO thugs they are of course terrified of casualties becoming known

Ivanus59

Next time around Russia and Syria should conduct a precision strike to wipe out the terrorist leadership at the start of the offensive, this would make the vermin scatter like headless chickens.

Jens Holm

If Assad had died first, this never woulf have happend.

russ

Yes they would be a US Israeli proxy state

©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️?

or isis khalifate

Jens Holm

I dont think and hope so. A more trusted state makes less need for Jihadisme and other kinds of extremisme.

Too Few here not even try to analyse the good and bad reasons for why fx ISIS grew. The glass went full by Assads having no improvements for decades.

Desperate people will go anywhere to have a job, income and a life. Our reaction jere is to make jobs. Some are long time investments such as hospitals, better roads and bridges. Others are the short ones such as helping old people and making playgrounds for the children.

Last Year I visited an old very castle. Many are comming there every year as tourists. It was a ruin in 1936 and about 50 worked there full time apart from hard winter 2-3 years.

It once was the first castle here, which actaullý could defend itself from the short range canons, they had at that time.

Syria might be sponsored for something like that having so many ruins of high quality. We have seen it in Eatsern Europe, whe´n USSR left the buildings. So many was rebuild fro old photos and people do live in them having modern facilities.

©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️?

Isis was created by Israel, USA , UK and Turkey.
Thats all the analysis you ll ever need on this matter.
Putin and Assad kept Syria united so far with whatever it is the Kurds got in the east side.
I m sure reconstraction is already taking place in the liberated areas.
Tim, who comments here, has posted some videos and / or twitts about it recently.

Jens Holm

I think the western parts would devellop kind of West and oil revenues would be possible to be divided for all living there.

Shia man
JIMI JAMES

More like if you and ye fake friends all died there would be no such leppars in your infested city over there,either way Assad will remain,get over it incest:

Séamus Ó Néill

Don’t try and use your “brains” too often, you could overload those precious few cells !

Jens Holm

550.000 Syrians to one is not so bad even lives are not expensive i Syria.

Assad must stay

VERY! NICE! JOB! SAA!

Icarus Tanović

Punks needs to be learned a lesson.

Concrete Mike

They even have the greta approved solar panels!

FlorianGeyer

Well spotted, Mike. The Jewhadi’s were obviously signed up to the Green New Deal.

Concrete Mike

The baught them with eco credits from Lafarge!

FlorianGeyer

Lol.

Luke Hemmming

LOL

Concrete Mike

Fascists stick together am. i right brother ?? LOL

cechas vodobenikov

impressive–where do they now hide themselves? under turk taxicabs or ambulances?

abuqahwa

The usual dens : hospitals, schools, Turkish “Observation Posts ” anywhere close to Turkish positions, clinics, kindergartens etc..

igybundy

ALL HAIL KING TUT!!!! THE KING IS DEAD!!!

Al Balog

​Anyone remember the SNES game “Hong Kong 97”? I plan on getting a bootleg cart of that game in the future. There should be a game where the Turkish migrants invade the EU, with Erdogan’s severed head being the final boss. And Assad should be the main hero. ​Frustrated by the Brussels bureaucrats, Greece’s and Hungary’s governments call on Assad to fight the Turko-Wahhabist migrant invasion. Time to massacre 80 million head-choppers ?.

I really wish that was a real game ?
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John Ballantine

SAS headquarters…Knew the British were somewhere close to give the orders to Al Qaeda…

Kananda

Sicario

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