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Sattelite Image Shows Three S-300 Launhers Are ‘Probably’ Operational In Syria’s Masyaf


Sattelite Image Shows Three S-300 Launhers Are 'Probably' Operational In Syria's Masyaf

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On February 19, Israel’s ImageSat International company released a fresh satellite image showing positions of the Syrian military’s S-300 system in the area of Masyaf. According to the provided image and the company’s assessment, three of four S-300 launchers are “probably” operational.

Previous satellite images of Masyaf were released by the same company on February 5. This was the first image showing S-300 launchers in an upright position. Therefore, it was suggested that the Russia-supplied system was becoming operational.




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  • Gregory Casey

    Ahh ……
    So let the fireworks begin: how soon will it be before the Israeli Air Force, ably assisted by USAF & RAF will try their luck and attack?
    Not too long I suspect at which stage, we can well imagine a few balls of fire dropping from the sky somewhere close to the Lebanese or Israeli Borders.

    • BMWA1

      Only after intensive lobbying of Tommy with STAVKA and SAA High Command!

  • John Whitehot

    given the history of photoshopping on practically all this series of pictures there’s hardly any truth to their interpretation.

    Having access to erected S300 pictures when having imaging satellites is a trivial task, photoshopping them into other pictures is even more trivial.

    in some office in israel they are probably already producing the pictures with “destroyed S300 launchers”.

    • You can call me Al

      They certainly wouldn’t put all three / four together with each other !!.

      • PZIVJ

        Indeed, unless they are in a holding area and not deployed, maybe even decoys. These pictures of “erected” launchers in a small area makes me laugh. The S300 system is very mobile for a reason. :)

      • John Whitehot

        the configuration of the “erected launchers” isn’t right – I mean, if the launchers have been erected and thus are operational, they would be spread in a different manner, and not lined up.

        they could be lined up if they were simply at a logistic base, in that case they would be stowed (unless the “israeli” satellite passed overhead in the precise moment when some particular test or diagnostic was taking place, which is unlikely).

        The lie israel will probably release is that they did that “surprise, stealthy, decisive attack”, helped by the luck that god reserves only to chosen ones.

        In fact, Netanhyau will bring his country into disaster, if he doesn’t start getting his shit together.

        • Gregory Casey

          I’m delighted BiBi isn’t getting his shit together. Long may that last!

  • RichardD

    Anything from the blood sucking baby rapers is probably a psyop. You might as well get your (fake) “news” from the a tabloid or Debka File.

    • neil barron

      Alas there is no fake shit coming from you.

  • Carol Davidek-Waller

    The launchers are mobile.

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  • H Eccles

    I can’t help noticing the poor quality of the images presented as evidence by the sqatters. Back in the 80s it was often claimed that spy satellites could read the headlines from a newspaper. So what are the squatters using.. satellites from the sixties??

  • Kurt Franz (SS)

    If only the Wermacht had eliminated the jewish threat from the world, no nation on Earth would ever need a S-300 to protect themselves from the aggressive state of pissrael

  • Israel’s ImageSatInternational company released a fresh satellite image showing positions of the Syrian military’s S-300 system in the area of Masyaf

    Automatic skepticism activates…

  • goingbrokes

    More satellite bs. SAR stands for Synthetic Aperture Radar, and the white dots on the proposed launch-tubes indicate movement, so it is plausible, but by no means certain, that these are launchers. It could be as simple as a training session where the SAA operatives are practicing raising the launch-tubes. But equally it might be three concrete trucks raising their cylinders, with the “tube” shadows photoshopped in.
    In any case there is no way to track the provenance of these photos, or the manipulations they may have been subject to, so they are not proof of anything.

  • Uwe

    THREE S-300 LAUNHERS ARE ‘PROBABLY’ OPERATIONAL, what would that mean as coming from israelis? They are keep telling us they are operational. Why? Wtf do you want with that? To show us how great you are on the next attack?

  • Sinbad2

    I don’t know what the Israeli motive is in publicizing these images, or if the images are real or fake.
    But I do know it is aimed at hurting Syria.

    • John Whitehot

      Except that the US will leave the Tanf, no matter what ISI says.

      • wwinsti

        Indeed, if they really are begging the Russians to come help feed the refugees, then it’s nearly over.