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Miles from Raqqa
« on: May 21, 2017, 11:26:36 PM »
http://isis.liveuamap.com/

I was surprised to see they were that close. I'm not sure if the battle is going to take as long as Mosul and I don't trust the Kurds not to ethnically cleanse people, but it's a step in the right direction.



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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2017, 11:34:13 PM »
The Islamic State should've always been based around their "capital" of Raqqa. Pity that they also engulfed parts of northern Iraq. We really didn't need their filthy in our homeland.
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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2017, 11:39:23 PM »
The Islamic State should've always been based around their "capital" of Raqqa. Pity that they also engulfed parts of northern Iraq. We really didn't need their filthy in our homeland.
Took  awhile,but both Mosul and Raqqa shall soon be liberated. They're finished without them. Basically just sitting in the desert.

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2017, 11:42:48 PM »
Took  awhile,but both Mosul and Raqqa shall soon be liberated. They're finished without them. Basically just sitting in the desert.

Wait, I maybe slow here, but wasn't Mosul liberated earlier this year?
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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #4 on: May 21, 2017, 11:50:25 PM »
Wait, I maybe slow here, but wasn't Mosul liberated earlier this year?
Check the map I posted. Fighting began last fall,but there's still a small pocket of ISIS remaining. Even then, it won't go away entirely for some time. No doubt the majority of the population supported ISIS.CNN sob stories fail to mention that.

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #5 on: June 18, 2017, 03:44:44 PM »
bump.
A good portion of Raqqa has already been taken.

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #6 on: July 15, 2017, 07:57:42 PM »
Raqqa battle is VERY tough, SDF will surely take over the city. but they have to pay a high price.
Still cant understand what the Kurds want from a nearly 100% sunni arab city

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #7 on: July 15, 2017, 09:50:45 PM »
Raqqa battle is VERY tough, SDF will surely take over the city. but they have to pay a high price.
Still cant understand what the Kurds want from a nearly 100% sunni arab city

I do not get it either , but I guess there is a deal was struck between PKK/PYD and the Syrian and Iranian regime . You scratch my back and I will scratch yours . Beside who can a Syrian regime trust now ? Pretty much all groups are fanatic Islamist except the kurds .

Over all I'm against the kurdish participation .
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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2017, 12:43:45 PM »
Raqqa battle is VERY tough, SDF will surely take over the city. but they have to pay a high price.
Still cant understand what the Kurds want from a nearly 100% sunni arab city
It is not VERY tough. Kurds will take the whole city within few weeks. YPG is just playing with those Sunni rats, like a cat with a small mouse.

YPG will finish them of.

Sunni Muslims (Al Baghdadi, Erdogan and Barzani) couldn't get a very small Kurdish town Kobani , but Kurds will get their so called capital Raqqa.


I'm 10000% for that Kurds will defeat those Sunni Muslims in their own home city. Also many Ezdi Kurds need to be liberated. And we need to avenge ourselves.


It is the hunting time to get Sunni Muslim subhuman monkeys. The more they got killed, the better it will be.

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #9 on: July 17, 2017, 09:34:08 AM »
Btw, It is the Sunni Muslims who declared war on the Aryan Kurds.

They made a huge mistake, because the Aryan Kurds are the true natural born warriors. When you declare war on Kurds you should prepare to loose, because Kurds defeat their enemies.


It was better for the Sunni Arabs if they wold declare war on Israel, they would make more chances.


Sunni Muslims started this war against the Aryan Kurds. And now Aryan Kurds will finish this war in Sunni lands, al the way to Constantinople. When Aryan Kurds liberate Constantinople from the Sunni Muslim Genocidal Mongoloid Tuuurks nobody should expect that Kurds will give it away to somebody else.


Never forget that Kurds fight till the end, until their enemy is down big time.

They started their war against the Kurds in Kurdistan, now we will bring the war back to their soil..




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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #10 on: July 17, 2017, 08:47:22 PM »
I do not get it either , but I guess there is a deal was struck between PKK/PYD and the Syrian and Iranian regime . You scratch my back and I will scratch yours . Beside who can a Syrian regime trust now ? Pretty much all groups are fanatic Islamist except the kurds .

Over all I'm against the kurdish participation .

I guess they wanted to control huge cities like Raqa , Manbij and mabye Deir Ezzor in order to make pressure on Syrian government for their demands after the war is over. That matches good with USA's goal in Syria; defeat ISIS and less power to Bashar. Yet the the fate of YPG is not bright, because of their connection to PKK.

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #11 on: July 17, 2017, 09:12:04 PM »
It is not VERY tough. Kurds will take the whole city within few weeks. YPG is just playing with those Sunni rats, like a cat with a small mouse.

YPG will finish them of.

Sunni Muslims (Al Baghdadi, Erdogan and Barzani) couldn't get a very small Kurdish town Kobani , but Kurds will get their so called capital Raqqa.


I'm 10000% for that Kurds will defeat those Sunni Muslims in their own home city. Also many Ezdi Kurds need to be liberated. And we need to avenge ourselves.


It is the hunting time to get Sunni Muslim subhuman monkeys. The more they got killed, the better it will be.

It is not very tough?? Latetly USA has increased their support (military vehicles and weapons ) to SDF so they can continue their war against ISIS. SDF has changed their strategy in Raqa, because they already lost many fighters. And that is why Yezidi fighters in Senjar attendet the Raqa battle. After several months of the war,  SDF has only taken 30% of the city, how can they take over the whole city in just few weeks?

 Again, I have not doubt sdf and coalition forces capabilities, but the war against ISIS rats is not easy in big cities. Iraqi Special Forces lost nearly 1/3 of their forces in Mosul. Nobody wants to talk about their casualties and losses.

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #12 on: July 18, 2017, 12:39:25 PM »
It is not very tough??
No, not that tough. Aryan Kurds are better warriors and better at guerrilla warfare than Sunni Muslims



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Latetly USA has increased their support (military vehicles and weapons ) to SDF so they can continue their war against ISIS.
Kurds made a deal with the Americans. Raqqa will be under the American influence/dominance after the liberation of Raqqa.

Americans don't give much weapons to the Kurds. Sunni Muslims has till much better weapons than Kurds. Daesh has tanks etc.. It would be more fair if Kurds would get more heavy weapons, but even with less/lighter weapons Kurds are defeating Sunni Muslims who have much better weapons.

Our enemies are araid that Kurds will have as much weapons as our enemies. Because our enemies are afraid of Kurds. They know that with equal weapons nobody can defeat the Kurds. Not even the Americans or Russians.

With EQUAL weapons Kurds can defeat Americans and Russians combined. And that's why the world is afraid of Kurds. We are Aryans, the natural born warriors/fighting machine.

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SDF has changed their strategy in Raqa, because they already lost many fighters. And that is why Yezidi fighters in Senjar attendet the Raqa battle. After several months of the war,  SDF has only taken 30% of the city, how can they take over the whole city in just few weeks?
have some patience. when did the campaign start? May? June? I'm sure that Raqqa will be liberated before OCTOBER.

I don't know about any strategy change in Raqqa. Every Kurdish martyr is one to much. But what do you mean by 'lost may fighters'? What is many? 10, 100 or 1000? I'm sure that less than 50 Kurds died in Raqqa, okay max 100 Kurdish warriors.

At this moment Kurds control more than 40% of Raqqa, once the city center is liberated thing will go very fast.

Ezdi Kurds are in Raqqa, because they want to revenge themselves. We want revenge our innocent people.


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Again, I have not doubt sdf and coalition forces capabilities, but the war against ISIS rats is not easy in big cities. Iraqi Special Forces lost nearly 1/3 of their forces in Mosul. Nobody wants to talk about their casualties and losses.
Iraqi Special Forces can't be compared to the Kurdish warriors. Kurdish warriors are much better fighters than Iraqi Arabs...

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Re: Miles from Raqqa
« Reply #13 on: July 25, 2017, 11:36:47 PM »


With EQUAL weapons Kurds can defeat Americans and Russians combined. And that's why the world is afraid of Kurds.
Sure thing buddy.

 

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