Syrian Democratic Forces Capture Key Oil Fields In Deir Ezzor – Reports

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Syrian Democratic Forces Capture Key Oil Fields In Deir Ezzor - Reports

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On Thursday, the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and Deir Ezzor Military Council (DMC) captured Tabiyeh and al-Isba oil fields in the northwestern Deir Ezzor countryside, according to pro-Kurdish sources.

These claims are not yet confirmed by the SDF or DMC. However, the SDF is indeed close to the both oil fields. If these reports are confirmed, the SDF will be in control over a half of Syria’s oil reserve.

Moreover, that will mean that the SDF at least partly blocked the SAA way on the eastern bank of the Euphrates river.

It’s unlikely that the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies will react to the SDF capture of the oil fields. Nonetheless, this will be for sure a big issue when ISIS is defeated.

Meanwhile, in Raqqa city, the SDF announced that its members killed 63 ISIS fighters and destroyed 3 VBIEDs of ISIS on Thursday. According to the SDF clashes are still ongoing in the center of Raqqa city, in the western side of the city and north of the grain silos.

The SDF will likely capture Raqqa city in the nearest future as ISIS defense lines in the city are collapsing due to a heavy bombardment by the US-led coalition.

Deir Ezzor governorate will be the next target of large-scale SDF operations. The US-led coalition and its “partners” are likely planning to capture as much areas in it as possible.

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  • LynFSN

    That is, if confired, the worst case scenario

  • Ishyrion Av

    SDF did no captured anything, ISIS hand it over. I wonder if SAA will take accept this charade for a long time. Now they have their hands full, but when ISIS will be vanquished they will have to deal with the kurds too.

    • Solomon Krupacek

      you are only chewing shit!

      • Michalis Kane

        Well he totally true. ISIS are the puppets of USA, and now are opening the road to their masters. What exactly the kurds are doing in these areas can you tell me?

        • Störtebembel

          Interesting theory… But: Who´s puppet are you? Who pays for the crap you are posting? Who bought you this nice collection of alu hats? ;-)

          • Michalis Kane

            You did your job again today. GO to receive your payment from the USA embassy of your country. Pathetic lunatic

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Sounds like a cranky Anarcho-communist crying and whining about alu hats seems you are just being derogatory towards a critical thinker , of course which you are not. Terms like conspiracy theorist,etc.being used are just nonsense created to distort the opinion with no argument.Which would be in tune with applying Fallacious sophisms as people like you do.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          remember deir hafer…

          according your theory isis is puppet of SAA :P

      • ruca

        The name solomon says it all.

        • BMWA1

          The Czech language word for ‘crackers’ is also krupáček, interestingly.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            yes, baby? this surname does not exist in czech republic. ;)

          • Robert Duran

            How would you know..Or do Hungarians speak Czech?

          • Solomon Krupacek

            I checked it. i speak 7 languages.

          • Robert Duran

            In your mind you do..do you hear voices too?

        • Solomon Krupacek

          exactly! solomon, the wise!! :))

          • Alex

            stupid people always think that they are smart :)

          • Robert Duran

            so true.Its called the Dunning Kruger Effect..

          • Solomon Krupacek

            stupid alexes does not understand humor. :D

    • Störtebembel

      Dream on – but beware, maybe you´ll wake up and your bed is wet…
      ;-)

      • Alex

        speaking from experience ?

    • Dustil schmit

      ISIS Handed over land to SAA after deal does that mean SAA vs ISIS is charade?

      • Alex

        Saa does not extract isis by choppers, like us does.

        • Tom Tom

          Yep.

        • Dustil schmit

          No you drive them by bus not much difference.

      • Tom Tom

        ISIS gets their paychecks from CIA.

      • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

        Stop using a fallacious argument , SDF have no rights to negotiate and neither does the US as the two FSA groups around Al Tanf acknowledge it. Heard it was local Tribal militia that stood with the Russians in Idlib ,when things get undermined of the US don’t cry.

        • Dustil schmit

          The buttburt is real when you use conspiracies as an argument.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Thanks for pointing out you are butthurt only those with no argument use the word “conspiracies,etc.” to silence critical thinkers. The only problem these are all fact and can be corroborated unlike your disingenuous use of the word “conspiracies” bringing every one here to believe you are the conspiracy theorist.

      • Paul Barbara

        No, but anybody with at least 5 brain cells knows US vs ISIS is and always was a charade.
        These murderous head-chopping Daesh are the US and it’s cronies ‘proxy forces’ against Assad and the government of Iraq.

      • Ishyrion Av

        Is a charade when you pretend you fight the guy but actually you sold the game. Like SDF and ISIS are doing right now.
        If ISIS was forced to leave a territory because he lost all the chances to keep it and SAA agreed to let them go in order to:
        1) spare the life of their own soldiers against a hopeless enemy (people who doesn’t have any chance to survive fight much harder than those who can escape) and
        2) close a pocket (~ free the civilians trapped inside, use the military on other front)
        then is not a charade.
        A-B-C.
        But you knew that.
        Use this half-logic-half-true arguments somewhere else,maybe wapo or cnn… Most of the people who landed on this website can’t be twisted so easily.

    • Tom Tom

      Americans.

    • John Brown

      Yes when ISIS, Al Qaeda and the SDF merged, the SDF automatically got these oil fields.

    • Rodger

      They can just let Turkey deal with the Kurds. The Kurds can’t hold on the these fields in the long run. Sad to see the Kurds fall for the same American trap yet again.

  • qveenz

    Northwestern ? Maybe eastern Deir-ez-Zor.

    • Dustil schmit

      If they take jafra SAA is going to be really bad off.

  • Solomon Krupacek

    each cretino, bastardo, stupido, who whad his megamouth full of idiotisms, that SAA has time, must have series of megaorgasms, when read this article.

    • Daniel Castro

      It never had the time… this became quite clear when after they reached Deir Ezzor SDF immediately advanced on ISIS territory in a blink, they faced no resistence by ISIS, which also made clear that ISIS was always under complete CIA control.

      The game is not over, however, we can see several forces configurating on the region around the kurds, I had predicted some time back there would be a regional war against kurds as soon as IS is defeated, with a real risk of involving israel and escalating even further…

      Add to that the situation in DPRK and we have ww3 in the making.

      • Europa Erwache

        No resistance by ISIS…really???

        The SDF were STUCK for more than a week on the industrial zone of northern Deir-ez-Zor due to heavy ISIS resistance.

        • Daniel Castro

          Upvoting your own posts, the hallmark of a zionist troll.

          • Alex

            He gets aroused by his own words, like hitler :) Jawohl !!!

        • Alex

          They were just waiting there till isis would leave after a deal with amies

          • Dustil schmit

            Like this?
            ISIS FIGHTERS TO WITHDREW FROM EASTERN HAMA POCKET UNDER DEAL WITH SYRIAN GOVERNMENT FORCES

          • Solomon Krupacek

            in almasdarnews i wrote to similar idiot, that the whole aleppo countryside took saa so, that isis abandond the teritory. i did not forget deir hafer. ;)

          • Alex

            The only idiot here is you, watch your mouth, cunt.

          • BL

            (((Solomon Krupacek))) and (((Dustil schmit))) are enemy trolls here to spread pro-Zionist propaganda.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            flag

          • Alex

            Indeed withdrew, not airlifted, resupplied and what ever by US

          • Robert Duran

            Idiot that is to prevent wholesale slaughter of civilians.Unlike the US the SAA still has morals

          • Tuğril

            That is hilarious acting like have morals like the US. Just looking at homs showcases SAA morales.

  • testme2

    Let them have it and some more to the south. A long and weak border will be easy to cut off from the north. When the sdf/isis mercenaries get thirsty they can drink their precious oil.

  • Alex

    And the kurds are creating more and more enemies around themselves, practically all of their neighbours hate them, idiots, usa won’t be around forever :).

    • Pál Póli

      I must agree with you… the kurds should have been more careful whom they make friends with… the USA was the worst choice

      • Dustil schmit

        I think making friends with Arabs/turks is worse.

        • Alex

          LOl, you can have better good neighbours that be friends with US, there is no worst friend than US, look at turkey, once they started to approach Russia, instant coup, once of of the vassal countries gets out of the line, immediate terror attack.

          • Shibumi

            There’s never been good neighbors!!

          • Alex

            they could change it now.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            The only ones who ave never been good neighbors nor thankful for a place to stay are Judaics/Kurds always hating and wanting to kill and murder for their perceived wrongs. Which they both know are well earned as they have never really wanted to integrate into those societies with the rest of the secular world.

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        • Alex

          West in gerneral is pure garbage, they are ready to eat their own let alone the outsiders they plan so scam for every penny they have.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          Kurds are racists and non secular they think it’s fun to kidnap rape kill Christians and atheists ,they get pure joy from it. They used to work with the Ottoman Jews in the killing and massacres Assyrians, Armenians, Azeri and Yezidi those that didn’t convert. The Kurds will return to their Mountains again like they have before. The Jews will move in and take over the land with US helping them and turn the Kurds into second class citizens.

          • Dustil schmit

            Okay have to correct you
            Arabs are racists and non secular they think it’s fun to kidnap rape kill Christians and atheists ,they get pure joy from it. Arabs forced converted enslaved and killing and massacres Assyrians, Armenians, Azeri and Yezidi those that didn’t convert. Everyone finds a proxy with useless arabs always finds a willing proxy full of hate to push their agenda and like other times they will burn them again.The Arabs should return to ARabia again like they have before. T

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Why do you blame the Arabs when it was the Kurds and Khazar Jews being deceptive is just like fake Jews and fake Kurds both rely on fake histories. They both should return to their homelands for real and not steal others and bear false witness, with their hate and murderous ways.

          • Shibumi

            Turks are retarded and traitors throughout history, difficult to find a country that trusts the Turks!

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Kurds share most of the blame in those massacres and still try to lie they had no hand and are just as vile today as they were centuries ago them and their Turco-Jew friends from Khazarian Empire both destroyed by my people.

          • Shibumi

            Kurds and Jews were in these lands many centuries before the Turks and the khazars. Khazars produced ashkenazi Jews (Eastern European Jews) but did not produced mizrahim, sefardic, sabras etc. Who have been in these lands just as Kurds for thousands of years, Turks in historical landmark are really newcomers.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Hate to burst your bubble , the Judaics are converts and are not born of the blood of the first over 90% are from European blood groups. The Kurds have are not even Medes people they try to reinvent history like Judaics ,Sephardic come from Spain so many you mention are from other lands as Judaism is a religion and not a people, they are all of mixed descendants.

            The Kurds are an extremely mixed group and have over 11 haplo groups most older people in a region have only a few and can trace it through actual lineage to the people who have lived there before.

            Turks are neither newcomers and have lived there before the Kurds,when it comes to Kurds they live in the mountains not the deserts they claim lands that was Armenian. The Kurds try to steal other people’s history and try to make it their own, keep lying to yourself and cover up the murders and continued kidnapping of children and raping your “Kurdish” scum do.

          • Shibumi

            At what age did you suffer your first lobotomy??? Man , unbelievable the level of brainwash you’ve suffered !!!!

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Wow great argument , why are you making this sad attempt at deflecting , the level of your conversation explains it all , you can’t counter it so therefore it’s true.

    • Tommy Jensen

      Just like Israel. Israel also have more and more enemies around themselves…………LOL.
      You are now going to have two Israels in the area, Kurdisraelistan poking a stick 24/7 in the eyes of Russia, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Libanons and Iraq………..and with a gigantic US military base in Raqqa to defend Kurdisraelistan……LMAO…….and you know this is the truth……LMAO.

      • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

        They have been involved very heavily since the 1970’s and have turned on them as they will here. The Kurds are too stupid they try be revisionists in history and are finding it is falling flat with the historians. The Kurdish people have over 11 different Haplo groups they are not even a race but actually a mixed race.

      • Rodger

        They’ll probably just have another civil war.

    • Lumen

      i think in this case you will be very wrong. USA will be around FOREVER :)

      Or wil US suddenly disappear in nowhere :)

      • Alex

        Many before them thought the same :)

    • Garga

      That’s their specialty.
      During the war Iraq imposed on Iran (1980-88) a section of Sunni Iranian Kords started an armed struggle against Iranian soldiers who were fighting Iraq. They were extremely ruthless, specially against IRGC. They were known as “Komela” (a party which later started political talks with the government and disarmed, their stubborn remnants formed PJAK and continued the murders)
      They managed to make an enemy out of other Iranians (a very hard task if you ask me, we’re extremely lazy in hating others), while at the same time Saddam was killing Iraqi Kurds and a large group of Iraqi Sunni Kurds was living as refugees in Iran, including their current leader and his father and extended family.
      That’s 2 enemy on either side, PKK too started their insurgency in Turkey to create a third one.
      Shi’a Kords (which are minority in their overall population) are different and have a, well, Shi’a mindset.

    • Shibumi

      Neighbor countries have always hated Kurds so what’s the news?? Kurds will do what they feel they have to do, if they fail, well tough luck , at least they tried. All my support for the Kurds.

      • Alex

        If they would be smart they would have been making deals instead of enemies, how goes the saying, oh yeah , never lay all of your eggs in one busket, kurds have your support, how nice but then again it won’t be you who will face the consequences of a failure, they will be just tossed aside like used condom , but who cares, right, certainly not you.

  • RamboDave

    Why did the SAA spend the last 5 days heading up the Euphrates 25 miles along the West bank? That could have waited until later. They should have put everything across the river 3 days ago when they first crossed, in order to take those oil fields. The SAA is in danger of getting boxed into their position right now.
    Here is the latest map.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fbe27845497e8757ad71b3c38502dabc072b9227576e4be51b85ef93b1da159b.jpg

    • DJ Double D

      This is the same Map that I posted yesterday and retracted after I learnt that the author of the Map is a Kurdish sympathizer.

      • Dustil schmit

        Crossing the river was risk operation lucky then haven’t been cut of and surrounded yet would be a slaughter.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          if russians really want, they could do this good. they have lot of experiences. but i think
          a) they dont want go in eastern syria, but divide the country
          b) saa is zero point zero. with these zeros cen not hit hard and attack several days day/night.

          • Alex

            Man, you really have to decide, either we russians are slow imbecile thinkers and can’t do nothing right or we have a lots of experience and can do it all . You really to contradict yourself ? Imho and that it 2 posts several minutes from one another.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            you are B category in effectivity. i see this everywhere.

          • Alex

            of course of course B, aha, and that without trying.

          • Alex

            Where else do you see it ?

          • Alex

            we will fuck you in the end , and you know it :)

          • Solomon Krupacek

            me? sure not! :)))

            fuck the saker and SF, tjhat published this (fro you enemy) opinion:

            There are a couple of problems here. First, objectively, the Russian
            contingent in Syria is a tiny one if compared to the immense power of
            CENTCOM, NATO and the ever-present Israelis. Not only that, but in any
            US-Russian confrontation, Russia as a country is objectively the weaker
            side by any measure except a full-out nuclear exchange. So the Russians
            are not in a position of force.

          • DJ Double D

            You answered your own question: If the Russian contingent in Syria is as high as the CENTCOM, NATO, sure things would have been different. So we have to give Russia big credit that with their tiny contingent, they are really doing great job. There are more coalition warplanes vs Russian/Syrian. Over 150k troops vs under 100k, very diverse coalition ammunition vs just Russian/SAA/Iranians/Hezbollah. The comparison is endless.

          • Solomon Krupacek

            hahaha, why is not higher? because russia has no money for this. all allied in centcom can send 50x more forces then russia.

          • Robert Duran

            You mean the same guys that won the second world war?

          • Solomon Krupacek

            yes. this is the most beautiful example, how slowly reacts the russian thinking, therefore the production of weapons, tactics, movement with troops. they were not able to send troops in moscow. if in september hitler did not stop attack in direction to noscow, and sent the troops to kiev, moscouw would falen. the commies already packed everthing. similar in stalingrad. thay had months to build up strong defense line. no, in last minute sent troops and had 3-4x higher losses. and slowly, very slowly rised the force of the red army. it is not comparable with quicj thinking of germans.

            and here in syria i see the same thing. no innovation, standard methods. i was officer in socialist army, i know exactly, what about am i talking.

          • Robert Duran

            “i was officer in socialist army, i know exactly, what about am i talking”

            lol..were you cleaning toilets and were you a comfort man?

          • Solomon Krupacek

            in your country maybe do this officers :DD you are weak boy and short on me ;)

          • Robert Duran

            I haven’t u understood one word you wrote there.Have you?.Learn to speak and write English

        • DJ Double D

          Well, they did sustain serious casualties crossing the river. And even more having been bogged down for four days now. But US hand is in this as well as my Kurdish source confirmed that US paid huge money to IS to have them bog SAA down so the Kurds could capture the oils sites. That seems to be working.

          • Robert Duran

            This is a usual US tactic..Remember the Republican Guard in Iraq..Most divisions were paid off

          • DJ Double D

            Yep. The problem is that as long as they print the money for the rest of the world, the money will always be there in abundance. It has been official for a long time that one of the American war tactics is ‘Dollar money’. They never shy away from that.

      • RamboDave

        Yes … I see that my map above is indeed very similar to the map you posted yesterday. My map is from a pro Syrian site, which also has links to SF videos. I am very curious as to where your Kurdish friend got that map you posted. Was he clairvoyant or did he have information that ISIS was being bought off to gain control of the oil fields? Can you find out for us?

        • DJ Double D

          He is not my friend. He was a former SDF wounded and now living in San Francisco drinking tea in a very tiny cup every 30 minutes or so. But he still has other comrades in the SDF quarters with whom he speaks with everyday. But the source of the map I later found out is a Kurdish sympathizer because all of his other bullshits are all pro Kurdish.

          • RamboDave

            BTW …. The latest map shows the SDF now with only a small part of the oil field. ISIS is now setting fire to the oil field.
            South Front will probably have an article on this tomorrow.

    • Solomon Krupacek

      bacous this is the classical russian way. slow thinking, step by step. no improvision. i learnt history of russian military tactics astrategics. they are always slow… look at yanks,. in 10 days they got everything what they want. ssaa+russians in snail-velocity needed months. and the most importatnt ting have lost. for good. the whole russian mentality is slow thinkr. this was the reason, why lost the cold war. simply they are not able to react to sudden situations.

      • BL

        Shut up filthy Jew

        • Solomon Krupacek

          went a flag for hate speech

          • BL

            Nobody wants, nobody likes, kikes kikes kikes

      • Robert Duran

        Oh..stop the nonsense..We know ISIS isnt really fighting the Kurds..When will you admit ISIS is partially in bed with the US..Remember the US bombed Syria and Iraq for a year and ISIS kept expanding and moving large convoys of oil to Turkey..How does the most powerful military in the world misses that?

        • Solomon Krupacek

          nothing stopping. i have born right to have own opinion, you little fascist!

          • Robert Duran

            That awkward moment when a Fascist tries to paint another person as a fascist..

    • LynFSN

      That´s a good question…..

    • King_GeorgXIII

      Domt worry when ISIS is crushed the big war is coming! Turkey Iran Irak and Syria have one common enemy! They take it all back by force!

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      Please GOOGLE “Jihadi Julian” if you ever argued with Lumen, matt,adam then you came across this troll he is also the site manger for livemap and a reporter for Bild sometimes he thinks he is a wisecracker.

      • RamboDave

        I did Google him. I read the Russia Insider article on him. He is a propaganda artist.
        However, I don’t see any connection to him and what is at hand here.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          He manages those Sites why they are so pro jihadist nonsense and SDF shilling nonsense for the US and NATO. This site you downloaded the map from are all managed by him.

          • RamboDave

            I think you are mistaken. I got the map from a site called Syriancivilwarmap.com.

            It is pro Syria, and they even have kinks to South Front videos. I see also that there is another site called Syria.livemap. I’m not sure about that site.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Syria.Livemap is the Jihadist site, currently there is no info getting out and they are maintaining communication silence.

          • RamboDave

            I took a look at Syria.Livemap just now. They have reported all of today’s news accurately and with high quality. Even with more detail than Syriacivilwarmap.com. Especially the events North of Hama. Even breaking news within the last few hours that SAA has closed a new pocket about 50 miles North of Deir Ez Zor.

            It shows the SDF with even less of the oil fields captured today than the other site. I don’t see any slant, one way or the other.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            Then you haven’t read all the little stories they had a lot of slant and full blown when the bombing was occurring they were killing civilians and chemicals everywhere.

          • RamboDave

            I’m just interested in the maps. And they now show that SDF controlled area of the oil field getting a lot smaller than they showed earlier today. They show ISIS setting fires in the oil field. So, perhaps ISIS still controls it.

          • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

            That’s my thinking these may not be the same type of ones that are mercenaries but the fanatically loyal idealists. They are resolved and want to fight the government and may have to fight the SDF.

          • Bru

            I understand it to be run by Soros-paid Ukronazis

    • Thegr8rambino

      I agree rambodave!!! SAA needs to get the oilfields back ASAP!!!

  • Europa Erwache

    SAA, Turks and Russophiles crying…

    • Alex

      Ah, the nazi remnant, schadenfreude ? Don’t worry, it won’t be long :)

    • Wahid Algiers

      And you support gypsies? Kurds are are gypsies and their behavior is the same like the manner of zionists. Think about it. Europa Erwache as a nick name? Good.

    • Tuğril

      Keep dreaming kurd.

  • Dod Grile

    Some little CIA useful idiot twits are hell bent going cruisin’ for a bruisin’. Will they ever learn that there is no future in being cannon fodder. They should get out while their can.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hxg3B-1OsA

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/957a9c8266434de9a935f679ff06d0070f2bef1a2b6072557fe313d7227c4cb4.jpg

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b0796159f3651a77e422542e72ad2ac7c7e3c71b6ed915b2189e295da2cde726.jpg

    It is time to level Langley. To Hell with war and to Hell with corporate fascist war racketeering oligarch criminals!

  • MD Ranix

    isis=turks=yankees … they are together in crime … how many sdf died? Where are the isis dead bodies? They are in the easy war route to hell

    • Izzettin

      I actually think , Turks were the ‘only’ ones who put up a real fight against ISIS in al-bab

  • Alex

    Ah, come on, bomb them already, can’t wait to start the party :)

  • Alex

    Somebody has got to crean the area, turds all over the place .

    • Robert Duran

      was thinking the same

  • Behold a Pale Horse

    If you think Putin is going to spend all this money for the kurds to keep his oil, you are smoking crack. Putin is 10 moves ahead on the chess game. The deal he has for turkey will also involve oil. So Turkey wont let the kurds have it either. Neither will Iran, or Iraq.

    ….oh

    • Dustil schmit

      His oil really he owns Syria resource but not Syrians not very good PR comment fool.

      • BL

        Get out of this website Jew

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      Putin plays Geo-politics and it’s not the oil that bothers him as you do have to understand the game of chess ,this is all about Geo positioning bases to be close to your enemy. The US is looking for a base to be near Iran and Russia, as North Korea was an obstacle to the 1946-7 plan by NATO and still remains.The Israelis have their own agenda as they are no more than greedy land thieves like the Kurds both are mixed race people, and both are screwing up the plan to conquer the World by these handful of rich boorish who think themselves are the elite. They are looking to change everything worse than before the Magna Carta, they have gone to great lengths to demonize any that would stand against them.

      This is definitely not about oil that’s of course how they group think everybody as so many spots on the chessboard are open and easier to take than Afghanistan. Myanmar is becoming a very likely spot considering they have sent a Mestarivem to create a terrorist cell their which is burning and killing people and creating a Humanitarian issue not unlike Syria. The agent sent was a former Colonel in Tunisian intelligence recruited by the MOSSAD trained in Pakistan as an Imam and trained in Wahhabi ideology in Saudi Arabia.

      There are always long term goals as the never forget the prize at the end is the what they want and they are speeding up efforts as the US is collapsing.They have always come up short and was sure they could pull it off this time. they need to extend the US empire’s life longer because they haven’t readied one new empire to replace the US , hopefully those stay steadfast if not the world will be doomed. People are so distracted by such banal things and continue to do so the useful stooges comply whether they know or not.

    • Tuğril

      Don’t worry we get our turkish oil back stupid SAA and kurds.

  • RamboDave

    These girls from Kurdistan, so far far away from home, are spread very thin out there in that oil field driving around in their Humvees. The oil field is 15 miles long. The SAA should just drive over there. If they are fired upon, these Kurds will receive a dose of some heavy artillery in return coming from across the river in Deir Ez Zor.

    The SAA has to draw the line right here, right now. That oil is needed to rebuild Syria.

  • Vitex

    For the time being.

  • Trustin Judeau

    SDF almost blocked SAA . They need to capture 2 villages around the river and SAA will be surrounded . Why SAA is not moving . The time almost run out . But instead they are clearing the area north of DZ

    • Solomon Krupacek

      beacuse you all are wrong strategs and tactics. you believ in your pink sky and do not accept the reality. saa and russians have not enough equipment, manpower (quality of troops) for such things. and f will hasitate, lose also abu kamal.and the biggest humiliation would be airdrop in maadan….

    • Thegr8rambino

      I dont know trustin its worrying me, I really hope SAA comes out swinging again and retakes the oil field!!!

  • DJ Double D

    While SAA is loosing ground across the Euphrates, Israel is methodically erasing key Syrian facilities in Damascus International airport. Multiple strikes at different stages raining down short while ago.

    • Dustil schmit

      mizzah airport is not the international airport.

      • DJ Double D

        Yes, admitted. It’s a military base near Damascus.

  • DJ Double D

    Meanwhile, Russia brought in another Air Defense system S – 350E into Syria. We need to be able to hear that any of all these air defense weapons has shot down an intruding flying object. Just now, Israel is MERCILESSLY attacking Damascus international airport. This is ridiculous. Whatever is not destroyed in Syria during war combat is being destroyed unprovoked. What type of agreement is that between Russia and Israel that Russia should keep a blind eye on all these?

    • Solomon Krupacek

      accept finally, russia is very weak. dos not belong in the first league. some nuclear weapons will not change this fact. russia is not able to win war in syria, so far from its borders.

      • Dustil schmit

        Igor the propagandist keeps making propaganda basting about how they are going to take all of Deir ezzor in a week lol.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          in this forum are dozens of guys, who have no idea about reality …

          • Dustil schmit

            No that was MoD Russian statement. He keep smearing/slander campaign against SDF>

          • Solomon Krupacek

            OK, bat this was about city

      • DJ Double D

        Frankly, I don’t for once understand why all these air defenses when they are not doing their job.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          putin told clearly. these are only for defence of russian equipment. raussia makes own powerpolitics in syria. all decisions are made without assad and syrian government.

        • Ziønist šhill

          I think the Israeli planes are technically staying withing Lebanese airspace and firing into Syria. Like rats, you know

          • DJ Double D

            Syrian sources claiming that some Israeli missiles were hit and destroyed. We will know more by tomorrow morning.

  • DJ Double D

    If this is true, it therefore confirms that the ‘air drop’ was real.

    • Dustil schmit

      Not true they just advanced into the region by land.

      • DJ Double D

        And still I wrote about the reason today why SAA is struggling. My Kurdish source said that US paid huge money to ISIS commanders to fight with all their might to slow SAA down. That’s exactly what is happening now.

  • BL

    Watch out everyone (((Solomon Krupacek))) and (((Dustil schmit))) in the comments section are (((enemy))) agents.

    • Alex

      bad ones too

    • Robert Duran

      Just block these idiots..They comment nothing productive

      • QUIN TÕNIS

        I blocked you retard

    • Solomon Krupacek

      woah, for nazists other opinion = enemy … how big surprize :DDDDD

  • DJ Double D

    The US have boxed themselves in. No independence for Iraqi Kurds means no Independence for Syrian Kurds. It will only get more interesting after ISIS is defeated.

  • Jordan Katz

    I really doubt the Kurds expect to keep all of these oil fields. My best guess is that they see them as a bargaining chip for later. Example: “We withdraw from oil fields A, B, & C, in exchange for us remaining in areas 1, 2, & 3. If they extend too far south into Syria, they run a risk of being cut off from the bulk of their forces. SAA to the west, and Iraqi PMU to the East… Together they could be a major problem for Kurdish forces.

    • Solomon Krupacek

      kurds are greedy thieves. also in irak decline to remove from arab territories.

  • Deo Cass

    With the oil & gas lost, the war is lost for Syria. Unless the Syrian government forces start treating the US colonial slaves, the Kurds as ISIS & reclaim the gas & oil which the Kurdish Zionist slaves & invaders stole from them, Syria can just as well say good bye to its statehood. They could have won 87% of the territory, but they lost the war. The Western colonial forces & their foreign Kurdish slaves with just 8% of the total Syrian population now illegally occupy 1/3 of Syrian sovereign land and 80% of Syria’s oil and gas resources. The Kurds need to be ejected from Syria’s oil & gas fields by force with or without Russia’s help.

    • Solomon Krupacek

      With the oil & gas lost, the war is lost for Syria.

      this repeated i hundred times, and therefore i was zionist, israeli, ukronazi, nazi, polish scum etc. :)))

      i tell you more. syria lost also eufrates. taqa damm, on north both sides … without oil is no wealth and industry in syria, without water is NO LIFE. also the recent problems were therefore, that decreased the agricultural soil, decreased the production of food. due to turkish damms and climate changes.withit control of eufrates will be much, much worse then before.

      • PZIVJ

        Add one more thing to your list: you are a fricking pessimist.
        Did you bother to read this in the article? “These claims are not yet confirmed by the SDF or DMC”

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          If you look at Livemap just remember it’s run by “Jihadi Julian” google it.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          realist

          but you have here enough place and space to explein us, how will be OK for syria without oil, gas and water. and please, put in context, thet the lost of agricultural soil was the most important reason of insurgency.

        • Solomon Krupacek

          sorry, i forgot: it is not necessary to wait for confirmation by sdf, if damascus confirmed. also the almasdarnews takes as fact

          https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/kurdish-forces-capture-isis-oil-fields-east-deir-ezzor-outrace-syrian-army/

  • electron

    Something is very fishy: saa were advancing at least 9 to 11 km per day for the last 30 days, but they are now stuck in an area of two small villages for nearly 72 hours….

  • Lazy Gamer

    This was not the first, nor it will be the last. SAA has to make the best out of a bad situation. On the other hand, America should not claim that it is a force for stability or peace or a rules based order.

  • Deo Cass

    The Syrian government forces should go to reclaim these oil fields just the same. They are still under occupation by an illegal terror group whether ISIS, SDF of tge Kurds. These oil fields need to be liberated and reclaimed by tge kegal owner. I have a feeling that the Kurds or SDF or both did not even approach the areas they declare they occupied. I have a gut feeling they are bluffing. Go Syria take those oilfields. You will only find ISIS there.

  • John Brown

    It does not really matter what the kurds get from their alliance with ISIS and Al Qaeda. The important thing is that the SAA crossed the river so there are no geographic obstacles for the SAA if hostilities break out with the SDF / ISIS / Al-Qaida alliance in Deir Azur and the rest of eastern Syria, which it seems the Kurdish leadership is stupid enough to do on behalf of the same racist supremacist Jews and their USSA slaves, who helped Sadam to gas the kurds in Iraq. The kurds are totally surrounded by enemies who will close all their land borders and airspace and I suspect declare a no fly zone for the USSA and it racist supremacist master Israel over all of Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Iran. With no ISIS to justify their invasion even the most stupid Goyim in the USA will understand that Israel and the USSA government are ISIS and Al Qaeda.
    In the meantime time it looks like the racist supremacist Jewish owned forces of the slave USSA are being routed in Afghanistan. The Talban are now making large rapid advances everywhere. The loss of the opium trade there (once the Taliban win) to the Mossad and the CIA will be a huge blow to the racist supremacist global Jewish slave empire.
    Russia and China are also now making serous assaults against the Jewish Federal Reserve dollar and the SWIFT. I suspect they will both rapidly increase pressure on an already greatly overstretched USA military all over the world with proxy forces

  • Deo Cass

    There is absolutely no video evidence of this. It is a tactic to distract the Syrian governnent forces and deceive them into abondoning their primary objectve. The Syrian government troops should go on and reclaim these oil and gas fields for tge Syrian people, Now, before it’s too late!

  • Muhammad Jawad Abbasi

    fate favors the bold….
    well SAA tried their best but lost the race…..looks like kurds now own the east side of Euphrates and whole of North-eastern syria

    • Thegr8rambino

      No evidence of it yet, so don’t start partying with your Isis buddies just yet

    • EmilyEnso

      Then they will have to be attacked and dispossessed again.
      Syria must be liberated.
      And that means all of Syria for the Syrian peoples.

  • Wahid Algiers

    The kurdish trash and zio slave contains several gypsy tribes skilled in
    grabbing what they can get. These zio/US slaves are not unique and that
    will break their necks.

  • Deo Cass

    There is no video evidence of this. This is fake news to demoralize the Syrian government forces from gaining control of tgeir and Syria’s own resources. Even it were true the oil and gas fields for the Syrian government troops should be top priority. But Russia has been making agreements behind Syria’s back with its enemies delaying this operation multiple times, otherwise the colonial invaders and their foreign Kurdish mercenary slaves would not have moved an inch on Syria’s sovereign land. The Kurds/ISIS coaltion are the Syrian states prime enemies challeging the Syrian government sovereignty, territorial integrity and authority. Syria needs to defend itself from these Zionist Kurdish terrorist invaders and enemies of the Syrian state and people. Go take what’s yours Syria, with or without Russian approval. If the Zionist entity of Israel who is behind this Kurdish cancer can launch aggressions against Syria at will, then Syria has every right to target the Zionist colonial Kurdish slaves to take back what belongs to the Syrian people. It is a question of life and death for Syria,

  • Manuel Flores Escobar

    In DZ …ISIS will defend oil fields vs SAA…but later they will give oil fields to SDF in exchange of US dollars sent by CIA!

  • Paul Barbara

    Don’t even mention the ‘Yinon Plan’!