600 terrorists killed in Russian cruise missile strike in Syria – Defense Ministry

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The Russian fleet in the Caspian Sea has launched 18 cruise missiles, hitting seven terrorist targets in Syria on Friday, Russian Defense Minster Sergey Shoigu has reported to President Vladimir Putin.

“On November  20, the warships of the Caspian Fleet launched 18 cruise missiles at seven targets in the provinces of Raqqa, Idlib and Aleppo. All targets were hit successfully,” he said.

The last time the Caspian Fleet took part in the anti-terror operation in Syria was on October 7.

Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) are suffering huge losses as a result of the Russian offensive, Shoigu said, adding that data on the ground shows that the flow of terrorists arriving in Syria has decreased, while more and more militants are fleeing the warzone to head north and south-west.

Over the past four days, Russian air forces have conducted 522 sorties, deploying more than 100 cruise missiles and 1,400 tons of bombs of various types, the minister stated.

He added that a strike with multiple cruise missiles in the province of Deir ez-Zor had killed more than 600 militants.

Shoigu stressed that the number of aircraft taking part in the operation has been doubled and now consists of 69 jets conducting 143 sorties on a daily basis.

He also added that the Russian military has started cooperating with its French counterparts, as ordered by President Putin.

The Defense Ministry has published a video showing Russian servicemen at the Khmeimim airbase in Syria writing ‘For our people’ and ‘For Paris’ on bombs that were later dropped on the terrorists.

Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and US Secretary of State John Kerry have talked by phone to discuss the need for joint efforts to combat Islamic State in Syria. The pair also discussed the need for talks between Damascus and the Syrian opposition, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Paris massacre: World mourns 120+ killed in series of terrorist attacks

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The world is mourning with France, the victims of Friday’s terror assaults in Paris that claimed the lives of at least 129 people. Security has been tightened up globally as Islamic State, who claimed responsibility for the massacre, threatened more violence.
  • 14 November 2015

    20:14 GMT

    At least two Americans from California have been killed in the Paris attacks, intelligence officials told NBC.

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    • 20:10 GMT

      France and the French are not safe, Maine Le Pen, the leader of the National Front said in a speech. She says urgent action needs to be taken, especially to rebuild French military resources, the police, the gendarmerie, intelligence and customs.

      Le Pen also said the question of who are France’s allies and who are her enemies should be looked at. She said that countries who support the terrorists should be classed as enemies, while all those fighting the militants are French allies.

      The National Front leader also praised President Hollande’s decision to declare a state of emergency and to establish border control. “Without border control security is impossible,” Le Pen said.

    • 19:37 GMT

      The French Prime Minister Manuel Valls says France will continue airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria after the terror group claimed responsibility for the Friday attacks in Paris. Speaking to TF1 television, he also said the authorities planned to extend a state of emergency imposed across the country.

      “We are at war. We therefore take exceptional measures. And this war – we will win,” Valls said in his Twitter.

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      • 18:51 GMT

        The Belgian prosecutor’s office has launched an investigation into the terrorist attacks in Paris, AP reports.

        The investigators are tracing information regarding a hire car, which was rented in Brussels and then found outside the Bataclan concert hall, the prosecutor’s office said in a statement.

        Several suspects have been arrested in a police raid in Brussels, the statement also confirmed.

      • 18:29 GMT

        The death toll in the terrorist attacks on Friday has risen to 129 while 352 people were injured, 99 of whom are currently in a critical condition, a Paris prosecutor office has reported, as cited by AP.

      • 17:35 GMT

        In a video statement regarding the terrorist attacks in Paris, Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, promised to “fight the threat together with all necessary means and ruthless determination.”

        Today we stand united with the French people and the government of France… Everything that can be done at European level to make France safe will be done,” Tusk added.

        We, Europeans will always remember November 13, 2015 as a European day of mourning,” he concluded.

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        Speaking after the Syrian peace talks in Vienna, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said there is an urgent need for an international coalition to fight Islamic State.

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        • 16:46 GMT

          There are no reasons to suggest anyone other than Islamic State is responsible for the Paris terrorist attacks, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Saturday in Vienna.

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          A Syrian man whose passport was found earlier today next to one of the suicide bombers made it to the EU through Greece in October, Greece’s deputy minister in charge of police, Nikos Toscas said, Reuters reports.

          “The holder of the passport passed through the island of Leros on October 3, 2015, where he was identified according to EU rules,” he said.

Moscow demands US-led coalition in Syria ‘prove or deny’ allegations Russia is ‘bombing civilians’


The Russian Ministry of Defense has summoned military attaches of NATO countries and Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, asking the officials to clarify their countries’ allegations that Russian airstrikes in Syria have hit civilian targets.

Today we invited military attaches from the US, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the NATO bloc to ask them to give official validation to their statements, or make a rebuttal,” Defense Ministry deputy head Anatoly Antonov said on Tuesday.

READ MORE: Kremlin dismisses HRW accusations that Russian strikes killed civilians in Syria

It particularly touches upon Western media’s “outrageous accusations” that the Russian Air Force has allegedly bombed hospitals in Syria, the military official said.

Information attacks on Moscow’s anti-terror efforts in the region have intensified recently, Antonov said, adding that the Russian military is “blamed not only for conducting airstrikes on the ‘moderate opposition,’ but also on civilian buildings, such as hospitals, mosques and schools.

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The MoD official stressed that such blame is put upon Russia not only by the media, but also officials and politicians from a number of Western states, including US Secretary of State John Kerry, US Department of Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, NATO’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, the UK’s Defense Secretary Michael Fallon and France’s Minister of Defense Jean-Yves Le Drian.


Allegations will be considered “stove-piping” should Russia not receive proof in the next following days, Antonov said, adding that the Defense Ministry “closely monitors and analyzes such statements.

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The MoD deputy head once again called on foreign military officials to join efforts in fighting Islamic State, saying that a wider international coalition should be immediately formed to defeat terrorists in the region.

We are still waiting… for cooperation in defining concrete targets to be bombed in order to annihilate ISIS bases, or [providing] coordinates of facilities that should not be targeted by the Russian Air Force,” Antonov said.


Reports of a field hospital in northwestern Syria destroyed by Russian airstrikes, killing civilians, emerged last week, based on information provided by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The Russian Foreign Ministry has disputed the media reports, having questioned the credentials of the source, which is based in Britain, has no direct access to the ground in Syria, and is run by one man.


Syrian, Russian, Iranian and Hezbollah offensive retakes territory


Over the weekend the State Department announced it will step up support of jihadi groups fighting to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

“They pledged to continue and intensify support to the moderate Syrian opposition while the political track is being pursued,” the State Department statement said.

There are virtually no “moderate” proxy forces in Syria and the war against al-Assad is waged almost entirely by radical Sunni Salafist groups determined to establish a principality ruled by Shari’a law in Syria.
Talks on how to support the overthrow of the Syrian government began on Friday.

The announcement came after Secretary of State John Kerry met with Saudi King Salamn in Riyadh. Kerry also met with his counterpart from Turkey in Vienna.

In May Saudi Arabia and Turkey announced they will work together to further support Jaish al-Fatah (Army of Conquest), a coalition of jihadi groups in Syria, including al-Nusra.

The establishment media in the West has admitted the coalition includes al-Qaeda affiliates, including al-Nusra, and other Islamist groups.

The U.S. previously stated it was opposed to working with Jaish al-Fatah. Kerry’s latest talks, however, reveal the U.S. is now willing to admit it now supports al-Nusra, at least tangentially.

In early October it was reported the Saudis had increased weapon transfers to jihadi groups in Syria. In late 2013 Saudi Arabia purchased 15,000 Raytheon TOW anti-tank missiles at a total cost of more than $1 billion and transferred the weapons to Jaish al-Fatah.

United States regulations prohibit third-party weapons transfers, but the State Department has thus far remained silent on Saudi Arabia giving al-Qaeda and ISIS affiliated groups sophisticated anti-tank missiles.

Syrian Gains a Serious Concern for Washington and Riyadh

In March Jaish al-Fatah captured the provincial capital of the Idlib province and the following month took Jisr al-Shughur. It also took al-Mastumah, a large military base in the area.

More recently al-Nusra, Ahrar al Sham, Jund al Aqsa, and the Turkistan Islamic Party targeted Shiite villages in the Idlib province.

Jaish al-Fatah launched an offensive in July to take neighboring Latakia and Hama provinces. Latakia is home to the al-Assad family. The Tartus province lies south of Latakia. The Russians have a naval facility on the Mediterranean in the province’s capital city.

Jaish al-Fatah has also fought to take the Sahl al-Ghab, a strategic area that lies between Latakia, Hama and Idlib provinces. Joureen in Sahl al-Ghab is a supply line for the Syrian Army.

The Syrian military, backed up Russian air support and the participation of Iranian and Lebanese Hezbollah troops, announced on October 1 it was prepared to launch an offensive to take back the Idlib and Hama countryside from jihadist mercenaries.

On October 14 the Institute for Cuban and Cuban American Studies at the University of Miami claimed Cuban troops have joined Russian, Iranian, Lebanese Hezbollah and possibly Chinese soldiers assisting the al-Assad government.

It appears the U.S. and Saudi Arabia are now responding to the losses suffered by Jaish al-Fatah and attempting to bolster jihadi forces.

On October 2 the jihadi groups in Syria appealed to the Obama administration for antiaircraft missiles to defend their positions against Russian airstrikes.

Russians Launch New Airstrikes On Syrian Opposition Forces

Published on Oct 7, 2015

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October 07, 2015 – Russia joined the Syrian conflict saying it would target ISIS, but many of the locations Moscow says it’s hit are not in areas controlled by ISIS militants. Syrian activists say the latest wave of airstrikes struck areas including the center of a province bordering President Bashar al-Assad’s stronghold. CBS News reports President Obama and Vice President Biden will talk with Secretary of State John Kerry about which steps the U.S. may take next. Holly Williams reports.

Russia is giving the big middle finger to America by bombing Syrian rebels they know damn well who they’re targeting and Russia does not give a f*** what America thinks they are pushing Americas buttons and the more we sit around and do nothing the more they’re going to keep running rebels until Assad has complete control America needs to put the slap down on Russia an aside and Shawn we are still number 1 or else America will start going down little by little


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Obama using migrants to transform voting base


The migrant tsunami that is already deluging the European Union is on track to also swamp America. A huge nationwide “refugee resettlement” network is already in place to ramp up the escalation planned by the U.S. State Department for acceptance of United Nations-designated migrants. A map of the United States produced by the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (shown above) shows the areas where its “contractor” organizations are set up to bring the migrant wave to what the State Department propagandists calls “welcoming communities.”

Organizations such as International Rescue Committee, U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, Church World Service, World Relief, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, and many more “contractors” receive hundreds of millions of tax dollars from the State Department (DOS), Health and Human Services (HHS), Housing and Urban Development (HUD), as well as foundation grants, to bring in migrants designated as refugees by the UN High Commission for Refugees.

Across the country, from Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon, from Boston to San Diego, from Seattle to Miami — and dozens of points in between — cities and towns are targeted to receive a flood of Muslim “refugees” from Syria, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Afghanistan, and other parts of Africa and the Middle East. It’s not only our major coastal cities that are scheduled to be hit with an enormous influx of unfortunates from foreign lands; smaller heartland cities and towns, such as Sheboygan (Wis.), Twin Falls (Idaho), Grand Forks (N.D.), Lexington (Ky.), Turlock (Calif.), Spartanburg (S.C.), Abilene (Texas), Cedar Rapids (Iowa), and many more, have also been targeted for their “share” of UN-assigned “refugees.”

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The Obama administration, besides proclaiming amnesty (unlawfully, by executive order) for the 12-20 million illegal aliens already in the United States (and doing everything possible to expand the legal and illegal migration flows to America), has already set in motion plans to “surge” an unspecified, open-ended number of Syrian refugees into the country, despite the fact that top intelligence officials have publicly testified that they have no way of vetting these individuals to be sure we are not admitting terrorists and other criminals.

Notwithstanding these serious security concerns, the State Department is busily sending its officials hither and thither across the country to falsely assure local residents, as well as state and local government officials, that there is nothing to worry about. White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz said any refugees would be “subject to the highest level of security checks,” Bloomberg News reported on September 9. Other administration officials have made similarly unfounded claims.

The Refugee “Surge” Has Started
It was Assistant Secretary of State Anne Richard, who heads the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM), that nearly a year ago announced the Obama plan to “surge” Syrian refugees into the United States. At a conference in Geneva, Switzerland, with UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres on December 9, 2014, Assistant Secretary Richard stated: “The United States accepts the majority of all UNHCR referrals from around the world. Last year, we reached our goal of resettling nearly 70,000 refugees from nearly 70 countries. And we plan to lead in resettling Syrians as well. We are reviewing some 9,000 recent UNHCR referrals from Syria. We are receiving roughly a thousand new ones each month, and we expect admissions from Syria to surge in 2015 and beyond.”

More recently, during a joint press appearance in Berlin with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on September 20, Secretary of State John Kerry gave a further hint at what is to come, announcing the Obama administration’s plan to dramatically increase the flow of refugees into the United States, citing specifically refugees from Syria. “I’m pleased to announce today that the United States will significantly increase our numbers for refugee resettlement in the course of this next year and the year after,” Kerry said. “Last year I think we were at 70,000,” he noted, referring to refugees worldwide accepted by the United States. “We are now going to go up to 85,000 with at least, and I underscore the ‘at least’ — it is not a ceiling, it’s a floor — of 10,000 over the next year from Syria specifically even as we also receive more refugees from other areas. And in the next fiscal year, we’ll target 100,000, and if it’s possible to do more, we’ll do [more].”

The Refugee Lobby
Completely under the radar of most Americans, a massive industry of tax-funded non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has built a nationwide network to lobby for admittance of ever-increasing numbers of migrants claiming refugee or asylum status.

The State Department map of the United States referred to above provides a color-coded legend showing colored circles representing corresponding refugee contractor organizations designated by acronyms. We are providing below the actual names of the abbreviated organizations, as well as important background information on some of them:

CWS — Church World Service
EMM — Episcopal Migration Ministries
ECDC — Ethiopian Community Development Council, Inc
HIAS — Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
IRC — International Rescue Committee
LIRS — Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
USCCB — US Conference of Catholic Bishops
USCRI — U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants
WR — World Relief

One of the most knowledgeable experts on our growing migrant/refugee crisis and the burgeoning refugee industry is Ann Corcoran, editor of the very informative website RefugeeResettlementWatch (RRW). In a posting this past January on the above “nine biggies” of the government-funded lobby, she wrote:

These are the nine major contractors the US State Department and the Office of Refugee Resettlement (HHS) fund. They call them Voluntary Agencies (VOLAGs) which is such a joke considering the large amount of federal funding that flows to each one! There are approximately 350 subcontractors in 180 cities working under the nine biggies.

Utilizing the organizations’ financial statements from their publicly filed IRS 990 forms for 2012 (the latest year for which many are available), Corcoran shows that these “humanitarian” groups are bilking taxpayers for over $1 billion per year — which does not include the billions in USAID that the State Department pours into the UNHCR coffers and additional funding for the refugee programs of foreign regimes around the globe. Nor does it include, Corcoran points out, “subsidized housing, most healthcare, food stamps, other cash assistance, educating the kids or the costs to the criminal justice system.”

One billion dollars. That buys a lot of votes and influence. But that was in 2012, and the Refugee Lobby’s revenues have skyrocketed in the past couple of years. Take, for example, the granddaddy of the industry, the International Rescue Committee (IRC). Corcoran stated that in 2012 the IRC reported revenues of more than $456 million, of which $332 million (73 percent) was provided by the taxpayers. (Some of the other groups, while receiving substantially less revenue, are almost completely government funded. USCRI, for example, received $39 million in 2012, of which 99 percent was taxpayer-funded, and LIRS took in $43 million, of which 97 percent came from the taxpayers’ pockets.) However, IRC’s revenues shot up from $456 million in 2012 to over $562 million for 2014 (and, undoubtedly will be even more for 2015, for which data is not yet publicly available.)

The IRC is politically and financially “connected” — to Wall Street and the globalist establishment, especially as represented by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Its “board of directors and overseers” lists such CFR heavyweights as Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright, Timothy Geithner, Winston Lord, Morton Abramowitz, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Tom Brokaw, W. Michael Blumenthal, Gideon Rose, and Felix Rohatyn — to name only a few. The Obama administration has been using this high-powered, bipartisan political muscle, combined with sympathetic media coverage and an AstroTurf “citizens” lobby financed with over $1 billion annually, to project an image of popular “consensus” in favor of an ever-growing influx of UN refugees.

As the administration’s “Refugee Express” revs into high gear, this network of government-funded organizations will be playing a central role in promoting the UNHCR’s “Transformative Agenda.” Fortunately, a genuinely grassroots opposition to this subversive agenda is developing all across the country, as shown recently, for instance, in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and Twin Falls, Idaho, where determined citizens are responsibly exposing the agenda, informing their fellow citizens, and putting federal, state, and local officials on notice that they will not stand for an EU-style dictatorship, where officials have recently declared they are assigning compulsory refugee quotas to each member nation of the European Union — whether the people like it or not.

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Russia Sends World’s Largest Submarine, with 200 Nukes, To…

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The world’s largest submarine, the Dmitri Donskoy (TK-208), Nato-coded Typhoon, has set sail for the Mediterranean and is destined for the Syrian coast, debkafile reportsexclusively from its military and intelligence sources.

Aboard the sub are 20 Bulava (NATO-code SS-N-30) intercontinental ballistic missiles with an estimated up to 200 nuclear warheads. Each missile, with a reported range of 10,000km, carries 6-10 MIRV nuclear warheads.

President Vladimir Putin’s introduction of a nuclear force opposite Syrian shores builds up what first looked like an operation to fortify Assad’s regime in Damascus into a military expedition capable of an air and sea confrontation with US forces in the Middle East.

US Secretary of State John Kerry suggested as much Saturday, Sept. 5, when he expressed concern over reports of Russia’s “increasing military build-up in Syria” in a phone call to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The State Department reported: “The Secretary made clear that if such reports were accurate, these actions could further escalate the conflict.”

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