Syrian Army Uncovers ISIS Tunnel Network In Southern Deir Ezzor (Videos)

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On February 18, the media department of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) announced that the SAA had discovered a network of ISIS tunnels in the neighborhood Tishreen of Sabikhan town in the southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside. According to the SAA, the tunnels included several hideouts and small ammo depots.

The SAA uncovered a similar tunnels network of ISIS in the city of al-Mayadin, 20km north of Sabikhan, on February 15. One of the network’s tunnels was 500 meters long, according to the SAA’s media department.

The western bank of the Euphrates River was fully captured by the SAA on December 17, 2017. Since then, the SAA and the local National Defense Forces (NDF) had conducted a series of security operations to discover and destroy any hideouts, tunnels or ammo depots ISIS may had left behind for its cells.

On February 13, the SAA showcased some of the weapons it had found during its security operations in Deir Ezzor. The weapons included anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs), Air to Air missile and even Israel-made mines and ammunition.

The SAA’s  security efforts have been successful  as ISIS cells have not been able to conduct any notable attacks on the western bank of the Euphrates River so far.

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  • Ronald

    Now the eastern bank starting at the border , Al Bukama , after Damascus is cleaned up .

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    • Joe Dokes

      The new fight is SAA vs Turkey.

      • Superfly

        The Turkeys has been stuck in a few villages around Afrin for 6 weeks and suffered dozens of tanks knocked out and over 400 mongol Anatolian peasants killed. When SAA and Hezbollah join the fray, Turkey will really be cooked before Thanksgiving or Xmas.

      • Redadmiral

        Turks already on their way home due to deal brokered by Russians. Afrin back in SAA control, local Kurds at loggerheads with SDF. Things looking up for SAA and allies. Yanks starting to slip more and more

  • RichardD

    It’s impressive how well the government has done on holding territory that it has cleared without regression or significant issues once the terrorists have been cleared from it. The police, military and intelligence are doing a good job of keeping the regime change elements out once they’ve been removed. That’s a real key to the success of the victory.

  • Rüdiger Preiss

    The interesting part is, that no other country other than Israel would use Hebrew to mark their stuff. So how on Earth does that end up in Deir Ezzor? No excuse! This is much better evidence than Israel/Americas hollow accusations that the SAA would use chemical weapons. Has Israel crossed a red line? It certainly has!

  • AlexanderAmproz

    It isn’t Surprising !
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    http://www.voltairenet.org/article195754.html

    Revelations – Lafarge-Holcim’s jihad

    by Thierry Meyssan

    On the occasion of the release of Thierry Meyssan’s new book , «Right Before our Eyes. From 9/11 to Donald Trump», we are publishing a series of articles which develop a few of the numerous points he mentions.

    After the comments by Jean-Luc Mélenchon during the debate for the French Presidential election, we shall begin with the true story of Lafarge-Holcim in Syria.

    On 2 March 2017, the company Lafarge-Holcim admitted that its Syrian subsidiary, in violation of UNO resolutions, had «paid sums of money to third parties, including certain third parties who are under sanction, in order to facilitate arrangements with a number of armed groups with a view to maintaining the company’s activity and ensuring safe passage for its employees and supplies to and from the factory» [1].

    The cement company has already been the object of two enquiries. The first was initiated by the associations Sherpa and ECCHR, on 15 November 2016, while the second was launched by the French Minister of the Economy. Both were reacting to the alleged revelations in Le Monde, according to which Lafarge paid money to Daesh, in violation of UNO resolutions.

    It’s important to note that the articles published on 2 March in Intelligence Online (a confidential site belonging to Le Monde) and in Le Monde itself on 22 June 2016, were written by a journalist who is not affiliated with these news outlets – Dorothée Myriam Kellou. This young woman studied at Georgtown University. Her statements were confirmed in a book by Jacob Waerness, Risikosjef i Syra, in which the ex-employee decribes the frightening security situation of Lafarge personnel in Syria. The author pursued his collaboration with the cement company after the publication of his book.

    The pseudo-revelations of Le Monde were organised in coordination with Lafarge-Holcim in order to focus the attention of the public and the judges on a single point of detail – namely, should they have accepted being held to ransom by Daesh.

    The truth is worse than that.

    The preparation of the war against Syria

    In June 2008, NATO organised the annual meeting of the Bilderberg Group [2] in Chantilly (United States) during which Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama presented themselves to the participants.

    Among the 120 people present were Bassma Kodmani (future spokeswoman for the Syrian National Coalition) and Volker Perthes (future assistant of Jeffrey Feltman at the UNO, for Syria). During a debate on the permanence of US foreign policy, they spoke up to commend the importance of the Muslim Brotherhood and the role they could play in the «democratisation» of the Arab world.

    Jean-Pierre Jouyet (future Secretary General for the Elysée), Manuel Valls (future Prime Minister of France) and Bertrand Collomb (head of Lafarge) were present alongside Henry R. Kravis (future financial coordinator of Daech).

    Lafarge in Syria

    Lafarge is the world’s leading cement company. NATO entrusted it with the construction of the jihadists’ bunkers in Syria and the reconstruction of the Sunni part of Iraq. In exchange, Lafarge allowed the Alliance to manage its installations in these two countries, notably the factory in Jalabiyeh (at the Turkish border, north of Aleppo). For two years, the multinational supplied the materials and equipment for the construction of the gigantic underground fortifications which enabled the jihadists to defy the Syrian Arab Army.

    Lafarge is currently directed by US citizen Eric Olsen, who has integrated into his company the factories of the Sawiris brothers and Firas Tlass. The latter is the son of General Moustapha Tlass, President Hafez el-Assad’s ex-Minister for Defence. He is the brother of General Manaf Tlass, whom France had once considered making the next Syrian President. He is also the brother of Nahed Tlass-Ojjeh, the widow of Saudi arms dealer Akram Ojjeh – she works with the journalist Franz-Olivier Giesbert.

    The links between Lafarge and the French Special Forces are facilitated by the friendship between Bertrand Collomb (who became the honorary President of the multinational) and General Benoît Puga (Chief of Staff for Presidents Sarkozy and Hollande).

    The lies of Le Monde

    First of all, the online news outlet of the anti-Syrian mercenaires, Zaman Al-Wasl, published e-mails showing that Lafarge was paying money to Daesh. Then Le Monde published its articles and took the documents from Zaman Al-Wasl off its Internet site (although you can find them here on our Internet site).

    According to Le Monde, the multinational was buying oil to keep its factory running. However, this is untrue – the factory in question runs almost exclusively on coal, which was still being delivered from Turkey. Without realising the enormity of its confession, the daily admitted that Lafarge produced 2,6 million metric tonnes of cement per year, destined for the «rebel zones».

    Yet throughout this terrible war, civilians could not obtain permission to build in these zones.

    Daesh soldiers at the Lafarge-Holcim factory in Jalabiyeh (Syria)

    The construction of the jihadists’ bunkers

    2,6 million metric tonnes for two years adds up to at least six million metric tonnes produced for the «rebels». I’m putting the word «rebel» in quotes, because these combatants are not Syrians – they come from all over the Muslim world, including Europe.

    This amount of concrete is comparable to that used by the German Reich, in 1916-17, to build the Siegfried Line. Since July 2012, NATO – including France – have organised a war of position in conformity with the strategy described by Abou Moussab «The Syrian» in his 2004 book, Management of Savagery.

    We can imagine the number of military engineers from the NATO Engineering Corps – including the French – who were necessary to build these colossal structures.

    Lafarge, the Clintons and the CIA

    During the 1980’s, Lafarge was defended in its Alabama pollution trial by a famous lawyer, a certain Hillary Rodham-Clinton. She managed to reduce the fine imposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agencydown to only 1,8 million dollars.

    During the mandate of George Bush Sr, Lafarge helped out the CIA by illegally transporting to Iraq the weapons which would be used later on during the rebellion, when Iraq was planned to invade Kuwaït, and the international Coalition was planned to come to liberate it.

    During the same period, Hillary Rodham-Clinton became an administrator for the multinational, a post she left when her husband was elected to the White House. President Bill Clinton then reduced to 600,000 dollars the fine that his wife had been unable to avoid for Lafarge. Good relations continued between them, since the cement company donated 100,000 dollars to the Clinton Fondation in 2015, and its new CEO, Eric Olsen, never hesitates to have his photo taken with Hillary Clinton.

    The Russian military intervention

    Entrenched in their bunkers, the jihadists were not afraid of the Syrian Arab Army, and had no difficulty in holding their positions. For two years, the country was cut in two, since the government chose to save the population and thus to abandon the area.

    When Russia stepped in, answering the request by the Syrian government, its mission was to destroy the jihadists’ bunkers with penetrating «bunker-buster» bombs. The operation was intended to last three months, from September 2015 until the Orthodox Christmas (6 January 2016). However, the extent of Lafarge-Holcim’s constructions proved to be so massive that the Russian Army needed six months to finish the job.

    Conclusion

    When the transnational company Lafarge-Holcim finished its mission in service of the Military Engineering Corps of NATO, it closed its factory and lent it to the Alliance. So the factory in Jalabiyeh was transformed into a headquarters for the Special Forces of the United States, France, Norway and the United Kingdom, who were occupying the North of Syria illegally.

    Contrary to the smoke-screen raised by Le Monde, this is not at all the sad story of a construction company which was forced to negotiate with jihadists in order to save its personnel. Lafarge-Holcim’s responsibility is its central role in a vast military operation aimed at the destruction of Syria – a secret war which cost the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.

    Thierry Meyssan

    Translation

    Pete Kimberley

    To know more about the secret war against the Greater Middle East – read Right Before our Eyes. From 9/11 to Donald Trump

    • RichardD

      I don’t see any cement in the tunnels in the video or any of the other videos on Syrian tunnels.

      • AlexanderAmproz

        Then ask Russians needed special Bombs to blast them !

      • Redadmiral

        Think you need specialised photographic equipment Richard

        • RichardD

          Show me pictures of cement use in the videos, there isn’t any.

  • Superfly

    The SAA should retain and expand these tunnels and terrorist build fortifications for the eventual war to expel US, Turkeys and Zionist invaders from their soil.

    • Redadmiral

      Turks are already on their way out, while Afrin Kurds have driven a wedge into Yankee SDF hegemony.