Six Russian MIG-31 Interceptor Aircrafts land in Damascus to rescue Assad regime

On 12 AUG 15 NEC-SE posted:

In the post we stated: “On 21 MAY 15 on the Raymond Arauyo show, when asked about Syria and what will happened to the Christians in Syria, I asserted that Bashar al-Assad will not survive more than six months and that the Christian Assyrians will not get back their footprint in the Khabur River Valley….it seems the time has come to end this decision cycle for what will bring a possible conclusion to the Syria diplomatic crises.”

We also stated:  “NEC-SE believed that before Assad leaves and is “replaced” the Alawites who have been tied to Assad and the Christians will have their own “region.” This is what Russian, U.S. and other key players in Syria may have agreed upon. The Christian “region” will be geographically linked to Lebanon.”

“The link analysis and our understanding of the operational environment show us that these key players have turned over the execution of their policy to Iran’s FM Zarif, who negotiated his country’s nuclear deal with world powers, which is why he is in Damascus and Beirut talking about the possible peace process in Syria.”


The article below validates some of our assertions and states: “Six Russian MiG-31 Foxhound interceptor aircraft from Moscow landed Tuesday, Aug. 18, at the Mezze Airbase situated in Damascus international airport, DEBKAfile’s military and intelligence sources disclose. They were followed shortly after by giant An-124 Condor transports, which delivered 1,000 Kornet-9M133 third-generation anti-tank guided missiles.”

“The Russian airlift of advanced weapons for Bashar Assad’s army will last for several days. It betokens Moscow’s intention to keep up its support for the Syrian ruler and counter – by military means if necessary – any secret Iranian diplomatic machinations for terminating the Syria war and with it the Assad regime – such as have been reported in the past week in Western and Arab capitals, especially in the Gulf.”



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