A hizballah supporter on twitter is thanking the ISIS for killing 1500 Nusra members...
Hizballah is about 1 1/2 miles from ISIS positions in Homs heights, why they do not attack ISIS positions?
Syrian rebels combat ISIS and regime forces in Qalamoun
Qamishli, Syria – The Syrian regime forces of “Brigade 20″ bombarded the city of Jairud in eastern Qalamoun with heavy artillery and targeted the area around the national hospital, causing the death of 12 people and the injury of dozens others, most of whom are in critical conditions, local activists reported on Tuesday.
Local activists told ARA News that the pro-regime helicopters dropped several barrel bombs on the city of Zabadani, as well as targeting the Jairud Kalamoon area with artillery from the security centers on the western and eastern areas of Qalamoun.
Speaking to ARA News on the phone, Ahmad Shami, a civil rights activist, said that on Monday the city of Zabadani saw artillery bombardment from the regime-held checkpoints of Hawarat, Ain Ramle and Biqqin plant, coinciding with sporadic shooting that continued for hours.
“The regime-held checkpoints of Sindiyan, Jirjaniya and the People’s Committees in the Mamoora neighborhood targeted the city of Zabadani with artillery,” Shami added, pointing out that the Lebanese army also attacked Jroud Qalamoun and Jroud Arsal with artillery fire from army centers based in the Tel Hamra and Ras Baalbek areas.
In a related development, the clashes continued between the FSA rebels (backed by the al-Nusra Front) and the pro-regime forces (supported by the Lebanese militia of Hezbollah and the National Defense force) in the Jairud Qalamoun area, FSA sources reported.
The clashes centered in Jroud Fulaita and Assal al-Ward where the rebels launched surprise attacks on locations of Hezbollah and pro-Assad forces.
In another development, on Tuesday sporadic clashes continued between the rebels and the Islamic State group (IS/ISIS) in the Mihsa area, near the eastern area of Qalamoun, as the rebels were trying to deter IS-led attacks.
Last edited by Kasarjian; 13-05-2015 at 04:42 AM.
If true, excellent news and hope for both sides to keep up the good work of fighting terrorism (themselves).
Originally Posted by Kasarjian
Islamic State and Jabhat al Nusra (Al Qaida) killing each other is beautiful news mashallah.
Originally Posted by Kanaan
Yes yes let them kill each other, but the known fact is that ISIS is equal to the Baathi regime they are the same thing something you are ignoring...and the evidence is mounting, what I was saying 2 years ago will materialize and you will soon realize you were fooled cause you are dumb.
islamic state for me is also equal to the entire wahabi religion, same everything except leader.
Originally Posted by Kasarjian
Originally Posted by Samaritan
WOW I am flattered.....A Syrian army video lol you think I believe one word the Baathis have uttered.......and even if true it was against them ISIS, one fight out of 2 million fights, one video out of 2 millions against civilians, and 100 bombs thrown out of billions of bombs thrown on civilians...grow up...
So it's a fake and the website is a tool of Assad ...right.
Who would claim to be that, who was not.
You can read the entire article here: http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/isi...ggests-n264551
Around 64 percent of verifiable ISIS attacks in Syria this year targeted other non-state groups, an analysis of the IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Center's (JTIC) database showed. Just 13 percent of the militants' attacks during the same period — the year through Nov. 21 — targeted Syrian security forces. That's a stark contrast to the Sunni extremist group's operations in Iraq, where more than half of ISIS attacks (54 percent) were aimed at security forces.
"In Iraq, it's a very clear insurgency: them against the Iraqi state," said Matthew Henman, head of JTIC. "In Syria, it's a different situation because you have such a proliferation of competing, non-state armed groups in the country in addition to Assad."
Syrian President Bashar Assad has been accused of encouraging the rise of Islamist extremist groups, like ISIS, in order to discredit opposition to his rule. He lashed out at the suggestion in a recent interview with Paris Match, describing ISIS as an enemy and saying that the "army is winning" its fight against terrorists.
"They both recognize there's a mutual benefit in crushing other groups"
However, JTIC's data shows that his counterterrorism operations — more than two-thirds of which were airstrikes — skew heavily towards groups whose names aren't ISIS. Of 982 counterterrorism operations
for the year up through Nov. 21, just 6 percent directly targeted ISIS
We know the Baath and we know how they operate. We have experienced them for decades. Blame Amrika, Israel, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Phalanges, the PLO, and anyone else, including their own mothers if needs be. I know who divides and conquers.
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