Jobar / Syria

Syria – Jobar: A Cauldron full of Jihadists

September 28, 2013 Arabi Souri 15

The German Jihadist Deso Dogg and his war in Syria. Syrian activists, including those who are close to the #SEA (Syrian Electronic Army), observe the “internet”, especially social media networks, since the beginning of 2012, and gather information about the members, identified by name, and the losses among the rebel gangs, who wage war in Syria.

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Syria: ANNA-news in Jobar

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August 25, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

Syria: ANNA-news – Syrian Army has not used chemical weapons in Jobar. A large-scale anti-terrorist operation began in East Ghouta on August 21 at 7.20 o`clock. The strategically important place in Ghouta, Jobar (Dschobar), is considered to be the “Key to Damascus”. The Syrian village (Jobar) has been occupied by elite units of the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) at the [Continue reading…]

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Al-Qusayr / Photo Credits: Anhar Kotschnewa

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August 24, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

Syria: Sludge in Jobar (Dschobar). Russia Today (RT) reports that Syrian Army units have found a chemical weapons-warehouse of the rebels in Jobar. According to the Russian version of the report by Russia Today (RT), some army personnel were killed by the chemical agents in this operation.

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Syria - Al Qabun

Syria: Al-Qabun – Roadworks

July 15, 2013 Arabi Souri 11

The documentation of the operations in Al-Qabun, Syria, is continued. There are some things that cause head-shaking. Especially the fact that the road for the military operation has been obviously not closed. Civilian buses, trucks, taxis, and cars drive at full speed through the barrage by the Republican Guard. Not to believe. There is a further situation report about the [Continue reading…]

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Tunnel of the terrorists in al-Qabun, Syria

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July 9, 2013 Arabi Souri 0

A while ago someone wrote here in the Blog, as the matter of the tunnels (I think it was in Harasta at that time) arose in Syria: Come off it! The soil would be rocky or stony, and thus, it is inconceivable that somebody is digging some tunnels around Damascus or in general in Syria.

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