Peto Lucem

@PetoLucem

News - maps - analysis. Currently focused on military developments in Syria and Iraq. RT/links/follow ≠ endorsement. VERITAS VOS LIBERABIT

Joined December 2013

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    Sep 9

    NEW MAP: Military situation in and Governorates ( area). HD-map:

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    19 hours ago

    149 killed in 24 hours in Yemen's Hodeida: medics, military source

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  3. Retweeted
    Nov 11

    Syrian Army kicks off massive offensive to liberate southern from

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    Nov 9

    I had 300+ followers wiped out today in an instant. No idea why.

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    Nov 9

    General Staff come to the conclusion that the current Syrian contingent in front against / militants won't be decided by the present forces & sent reinforcements to the area At first,only 1 armored division & 1st Commando Division fought there

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    Nov 10

    is building up reinforcements in the north east A Turkish campaign on the Kurdish militias in the region is imminent.

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    Nov 9

    Captured ISIS Member Reveals How ISIS In Al-Safa Received Support From US-led Coalition Base At Al-Tanaf (Photos)

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    Nov 10

    9-As Putin continues to wait for Erdogan to deliver on , remember that Syrians now have lost their largest oil fields to Kurds / USA as well the water resources of the Euphrates. This year’s top rate olive harvest will not find its way to Syrian residents either it seems

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    Nov 11

    Special Forces entered for 3 km in , east Khan Yunis, and killed Nour Baraka, a senior Qassam commander tonight, and other 5 militants. All military activity has ceased now.

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    Erdogan has failed to enforce Idlib demilitarization deal - Tahrir al Sham still share large border with Syrian Army - Heavy weapons not withdrawn - Hama-Aleppo highway still largely controlled by AQ & Allies - Radical groups continue to gather north of Christian town in Hama

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    Nov 11

    Please RT - cannot be ignored. FUKUS have blood on their hands as does the UN.

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    New flag of "Syrian revolution" backed by Al-Qaeda in a push to unify all factions under 1 banner Seems like the money from US/Europe stopped thus FSA no longer cares about appealing to westerners

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    Nov 11

    Latest Updates on al Battlefield; 11 November 2018 AnsarAllah media claimed that in the battle of Hudaydah, more than 180 Saudi Coalition troops are killed so far. There is not confirmed news from Coalition media about casualties of AnsarAllah.

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    Nov 11

    Macron’s Popularity Collapses While Interior Minister Predicts Civil War

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    Nov 11

    Syrian Army crowds front-lines in southeast as offensive approaches

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    Nov 9

    War has always been: Greedy Old Men, sending naive young boys, to kill innocent women and children.

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    Nov 9

    Is anyone arguing that corporate media is on the side of the people? It’s run by and for the super-rich, it pushes one war after another, it diverts from real issues with tabloid trash, it helped get Trump elected, and it employs neocon operatives like Michael Weiss as “experts”

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    Nov 9

    New Map | Western Coast Military Situation cut the Coalition logistic road in multiple points in western coast. HD Map:

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    Nov 8

    High ranking Saudi Al-Qaeda commander assassinated in

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    Nov 8

    POLL: A remarkable development in recent years is the political split between supporters of "freedom of the press" and "freedom of speech". If you had to chose only one, what would it be?

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    Nov 8

    Great news! After launching an offensive against ISIS in Safa, the Syrian Army have freed all the kidnapped civilians from Suwayda who were abducted by the radicals during the recent massacre in the area and taken to Hamimeh, North-East Palmyra In the Syrian Army we can trust

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