Thursday, May 5, 2016

Israel unearths yet another attack tunnel from Gaza

(Israel)  The IDF have found yet another tunnel dug by Hamas from Gaza into Israel. In an atte,pt in which to stop the IDF from sniffing around the area, Hamas took to firing mortar rounds these past few days, the IDF retaliated with tank fire and a number of air-strikes.

The tunnel discovered on Thursday is the second found in a month. A few hours later Israel said it had arrested a Hamas member from Gaza who had disclosed large amounts of information about the tunnel network, although it did not link the latest tunnel discovery directly to that arrest. According to a statement released by the Israeli security agency, the Shin Bet, the Hamas member, Mohammad Atuna, 29, was arrested in early April after crossing the border fence into Israel, where he was planning to attack soldiers or civilians using knives found on him.

ISIS gain ground against Syrian Army by taking Shaer gas field.

(Homs) In early July 2014, at least 115 Syrian troops, guards and workers” were killed when the Islamic State overran Shaer  gas field. The Syrian army quickly reclaimed Shaer
However, the Islamic State didn’t give up and In lateOctober 2014, the group launched an effort to regain control of the gas field and the surrounding area. By early November, with over 200 dead they gave up.

Well these past few days with the Syrians concentrating on the situation in Aleppo, ISIS sent in their thugs again and this time, they have captured over 50% of the gas fields, overrunning 13 checkpoints , but more worryingly they have captured huge amounts of arms and ammunition. Here are a few pictures of what they have captured:

Chinese military turns to hip hop in which to recruit

China’s People’s Liberation Army has released a hip hop style video featuring bid to get more young ones to sign on the dotted line. Featuring Chinese military equipment, I am sure that the jet aircraft seen at 2 mins 59 seconds is an American F16. If so, I wonder if Pakistan handed them over. If you like rap music, have a butchers  if you are like me and hate the damn stuff, then go and go and do something much more productive:

The Battle for Aleppo

(Syria)  With the encirclement of the rebel held city of Aleppo by the Syrian regime almost complete, heavy fighting in Syria's second city has been reported, which may be the start of the long awaited assault upon the city

Aleppo is the primary nexus of opposition strength in northern Syria and its capture would bolster Assads claim to legitimate rule over ‘all corners’ of Syria and buttress his position at the table during any future negotiations with the international community. 

Russia and Iran also view Aleppo City as key to the longterm preservation of their client regime. Both Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei have strategic interests in preserving President Assad, including permanent basing on the Eastern Mediterranean Sea for the former and direct ground lines of communication to Lebanese Hezbollah for the latter. The Syrian Civil War provides Russia and Iran with a platform from which to assert their ‘great power ‘status while challenging the U.S. and its network of global alliances.

Pro-regime forces have conducted a notable buildup in the vicinity of Aleppo City, with local media outlets reporting large numbers of personnel, armored vehicles, and artillery systems deploying to the area since at least April 11. Russia has also redeployed its own artillery units to Aleppo City from eastern Homs Province, where the systems had played a key role supporting the operation that seized Palmyra from ISIS on March 27. At the same time, Iran has allegedly conducted twice-daily flights into the Aleppo International Airport over the past two weeks in order to deliver supplies and reinforcements from the 65th Airborne Special Forces Brigade of the Iranian Army. Meanwhile, Iranian-backed proxy forces remain concentrated in southern Aleppo Province near the expected route of advance for any operation to lift the siege of the Shi’a-majority towns of Fu’ah and Kefraya in Idlib Province. Pro-regime forces have mobilized for several attempts to recapture the town of Al-Eis in southern Aleppo Province (Point 1 on map) after its fall to the opposition on April 1 despite high casualties.

Russia resumed its air campaign against the opposition as early as February 28, one day after the start of the ‘cessation of hostilities’, concentrating its strikes against the opposition-held north-western suburbs of Aleppo City. Meanwhile, proregime forces have leveraged a deepening partnership with the Syrian Kurdish YPG in order to pressure the Castello Road - the only remaining ground line of communication to opposition-held Aleppo City. The Syrian Kurdish YPG clashed with opposition factions along the Castello Road near Sheikh Maqsoud District (Point 2) on multiple occasions through March and April 2016, threatening to isolate the opposition-held districts of Aleppo City. On April 14, pro-regime forces supported by alleged Russian airstrikes launched a failed attack against positions held by Jabhat al-Nusra and other opposition groups in Handarat Camp and Mallah Farms, located in the northern outskirts of Aleppo City (Point 3). These clashes likely aimed to probe opposition defences along one potential route of advance for pro-regime forces attempting to encircle the city.

Russia reportedly deployed ground forces as well as shipments of weapons and ammunition to support the Syrian Kurdish YPG in the Afrin Canton of Aleppo Province (Point 4) in April 2016, according to anonymous Russian officials. The outreach suggests that pro-regime forces may intend to cooperate with the Syrian Kurds in order to complete the encirclement of Aleppo City from the north. This military cooperation presented the Syrian Kurds with an opportunity to advance their ultimate objective of linking their isolated cantons into a single contiguous zone of control along the Syrian-Turkish border. Russia has also expanded its political support for the Syrian Kurds over the past three months, calling for their inclusion in the Geneva III Talks and hosting their first foreign mission in Moscow.

However, the regime isn't going to find it easy to take Aleppo, this video has emerged of a huge underground bomb which saw dozens of regimes forces being killed:

Here a regime BMP (Why would any sane person enter a battlefield in one of these death traps)
is taken out by a TOW missile

Here a group of Syrian troops and a technical (Pickup fitted with a heavy machine gun) get taken out by an ATGM

There's no way the rebels are going to win in the long run, but they will give the other fellow a bloody nose.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Pictures of ISIS hardware prior to attack which killed US Navy Seal

(Iraq) A number of pictures have been aired which shows, that ISIS, took a bit of time in which to plan the attack yesterday on the US forces contingent based near Mosel yesterday.  I get the impression from looking at the hardware used by their shield and suicide battalion  , that their mission was to capture alive a US serviceman, in which to knock out yet another ugly snuff video.

British Islamic states that women cannot travel more than 48 miles without a man present.

(Blackburn)  The Blackburn Muslim Associations  ,Department of Theology, has issued guidelines on its website that include the following statements:

1) it is “not permissible” for a woman to go more than 48 miles – deemed to be the equivalent of three days walk - without her husband or a close male relative.

2) Men must grow beards and are not to shave them.

 Can somebody please explain why in a country that affords equality to the fairer sex, why the authorities allow bigots like this to continue to be sexist, bigoted and racist, without anybody taking them, to task.

For some strange reason, their web site has now been removed. funny that.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

ISIS lose up to 80 men to kill one US Navy Seal.

(Iraq) Charles Keating a US Navy Seal deployed  to northern Iraq was killed today when ISIS launched a sophisticated mass attack on the Kurdish Peshmerga forces facing this blight on humanity near the town of Tel Asqof, around 28 kilometres (17 miles) from the ISIS stronghold of Mosul.
Using over 100 men, these religious bigots using Vehicle IEDs  and Bulldozers broke through the Peshmerga front line and proceeded to strike the camp, where US troops are based resulting in the death of Mr Keating .
Charles Keating

Charles Keating

The U.S. responded with F-15s and drones that dropped more than 20 bombs, according to a U.S. official. However in targeting US troops, over 80 ISIS idiots were killed in an offensive which wasn't even as effective as the Nazi Battle of the Bulge during WW2 (And that was a huge failure).

UN: "There is no proof that the construction material entering Gaza through his organisation was used for “military purposes”,"

(Gaza) Hamas has aired numerous Pallywood films about it underground tunnels which they use to take the fight to the 'Jew'
Such as this:

And this:

That is but 3 video clips, which show tunnels dug from Gaza into Israel lined with concrete. Only the other week Israel found another tunnel and in answer to this the UN claims that they can find no evidence that the concrete that is sent into Gaza to rebuild homes, is actually been diverted to build terror tunnels. Even the 3 blind mice aren't as blind as the UN.

Pakistan goes into meltdown after been told to pay for US aircraft

(Islamabad) You've got to credit Pakistani for the way they feel the world owes them a living. We saw this in 1947 when the country was formed and they started a war with India simply because they wanted more land (Kashmir) for themselves. Then in 1971, they murdered over 3 million of their own people in East Pakistan, when they said, hang on, why don't you lot work for a change and not milk us dry.  Across the world Pakistani people are known for their so called superior status, be it rape gangs in England, murdering non-Muslims in the US or simply launching terrorist attack after terrorist attack against India. Just what is it about Pakistanis and how they feel they can look down on anybody and everybody.

Anyway, Pakistan is in the Market for a number of F16s jets (Most likely so it can hand them over to China) and has demanded that the US pays them for the privilege. The US has said no and the Pakistani have gone into a melt down.  Sartaj Aziz, the Pakistani Prime minister's adviser on foreign affairs, has cautioned the US by saying:
"If funding is not arranged, Pakistan will get the F-16s, otherwise we will opt for jets from some other place," 
You know my answer. 

During Anti-Semitism crisis, Labour Leader endorsed by...Hamas

(UK)  They do say that the truth is always stranger than fiction , which is why in the middle of an Anti-Semitism crisis within the Labour Party (They have secretly suspended 50 card carrying bigots)  with the Labour faithful claiming this is a stitch up and with even the Labour Leader Jeremy-We are all Hezb-allah now- Corbyn claiming that there is no crisis within the British Labour party. Comes the news that Hamas (Yes that Hamas) has endorsed the leader of the British Labour Party for refusing to denounce both Hamas and Hezballah on the holiest day in the Socialist calender (May day) You couldn't make it up if you tried.