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Al-Mukowama aka Hezbollah information thread: only arab (not really arab) army (not really an army) that knows how to fight.

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Ghajar operation  - 21 November 2005 - failed  attempt by Hezbollah  Special Force fighters using motorcycles and ATVs to take prisoners or capture bodies of IDF soldiers. IDF Corporal David Markovitch, shot a rocket-propelled grenade being carried by the Hezbollah militants, killing three, then shot and killed a fourth gunman.

 

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August 30, 2018 in the territory of the SAR, the Lebanese military adviser died:

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- Haj Tariq Ibrahim Haidar (Abu Ali Jawad) from Kafr Dan, Baalbek district in Baalbek-Hermel.

According to rumors, a car exploded on a mine in the desert of Suweida.

 

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On October 22, 2018, 2 Lebanese advisers died on the territory of the SAR:

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- Muhammad Mahmut Zeidan (Murtada) from Jebshit, Nabatiyah district in Nabatiyah.
- Muhammad Sa'id Sa'id (Abu Sa'id) from El Quseiba, Nabatiyah district of Nabatiyah.

Place and circumstances of death are not reported.

 

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Consortium News suggest a change in US stance towards Hezbollah may be imminent:

 

https://consortiumnews.com/2019/01/23/the-unwritten-rule-between-us-and-hizbullah/

 

IIRC Lebanon & Iran are the only nations on the infamous 'list' that the US has not directly attacked yet.....Time to tick off another? 

 

You can never have too many military fiascos on-going at once, apparently.....But hey, Israel will be happy.

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On 1/26/2019 at 4:12 AM, Sgt.Squarehead said:

Consortium News suggest a change in US stance towards Hezbollah may be imminent:

 

https://consortiumnews.com/2019/01/23/the-unwritten-rule-between-us-and-hizbullah/

 

IIRC Lebanon & Iran are the only nations on the infamous 'list' that the US has not directly attacked yet.....Time to tick off another? 

 

You can never have too many military fiascos on-going at once, apparently.....But hey, Israel will be happy.

It's a welcome change. Not so long ago it became apparent that the Lebanese Armed Forces are cooperating with Hezbollah, and are even transferring arms to them.

As the LAF failed in its main task - to curb Hezbollah's empowerment, and decided to aid them instead, there is no reason for the US to support them anymore. They can now be under the same sanctions Hezbollah faces.

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On the evening of February 16, 2019, "fulfilling the sacred duty of opposing the mercenaries of Wahhabism" adviser of "Islamic resistance" was killed:

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Imad Hussein Seif Ed-Din (Mujaba) from Nabi Osman, Baalbek District in Baalbek Hermel.

The first dead this year, the place of death is not reported

Probable place of death - Syrian Badia, during one of clearing operations.

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8 minutes ago, MRose said:

 

All I'm saying is that Hezbollah is the by far more competent regime troops and the Russians aren't exactly bringing plentiful manpower. I'd imagine Hezbollah has learned how to make better use of combined arms operations. Remember the drone that had to be shot down with a patriot missile. Didn't a lot of the guys in Syria, also serve in Ukraine?

 

1) Al-Mukowama are not regime troops

2) They already had Iranian army and SAA to draw from on that subject. Russia couldn't bring them much more, as there was no serious combined arms warfare conducted by Russian Army in Syria.

3) No. 50 000 Army personal participated in operation, many of which never had combat experience or never participated in Ukrainian war (Air forces for example).

 

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4 hours ago, LoooSeR said:
5 hours ago, MRose said:

 

All I'm saying is that Hezbollah is the by far more competent regime troops and the Russians aren't exactly bringing plentiful manpower. I'd imagine Hezbollah has learned how to make better use of combined arms operations. Remember the drone that had to be shot down with a patriot missile. Didn't a lot of the guys in Syria, also serve in Ukraine?

 

1) Al-Mukowama are not regime troops

2) They already had Iranian army and SAA to draw from on that subject. Russia couldn't bring them much more, as there was no serious combined arms warfare conducted by Russian Army in Syria.

3) No. 50 000 Army personal participated in operation, many of which never had combat experience or never participated in Ukrainian war (Air forces for example).

 

1) Meant regime-allied.

2) The Afghanis got chewed through.

3) Some very notable Russians who fought in Ukraine died in Syria, who presumably would've been liasoning with Hezbollah.

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3 hours ago, MRose said:

 

1) Meant regime-allied.

2) The Afghanis got chewed through.

3) Some very notable Russians who fought in Ukraine died in Syria, who presumably would've been liasoning with Hezbollah.

2) they are still alive  and function. Moreover, they are not the only Iranian combat unit that participated in war, they were pictures of interesting unit near Al-Hader during Aleppo provide nice operations in 2015-2016.

 

3)Those people are not a majority, and I doubt that there is "a lot" of them in a first place. Almost all photos and videos of units that consisted of those people were from places where main/only forces were Syrian. I know of only single group of photos posted by Electronic Resistance with Russian SF members on them.

 

On top of that those "ex-rebels" we're used as infantry, not some sort of advisors or coordinators that represented Army or Special services. Hell, I would believe more that FSB members were contacting Al-Mukowama than cannon fodder becoming a coordinators.

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On May 11, 2019, a military adviser of the Resistance was killed while performing his duty in Syria:

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- Hamid Hussein al-Haq (Basil) from Haush al-Sayyid Ali, Hermel district in Baalbek Hermel.

Place and circumstances of death are not reported.

http://otvaga2004.mybb.ru/viewtopic.php?id=2114&p=16#p1219756

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   Source:

https://www.alahednews.com.lb/article.php?id=9520&cid=142

   Translation that i used to translate to Eng:

http://otvaga2004.mybb.ru/viewtopic.php?id=2170#p1245759

 

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   On the anniversary of the final cleansing of the Lebanese border from Syrian militants, the Al Ahed website erupted in a series of articles on the first Resistance operations in Syria.

   The first part is dedicated to the battle for Tel Nabi-Mend (the so-called "third battle of Kadesh"):

 

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   Obviously, the enemy coalition relied heavily on Quseir, benefiting from it in supplying all other combat outposts. After the enemy took control of Quseir and villages west of the river, seeking to connect with northern Lebanon. To achieve this, they took control of the hill "Tel Nabi Mend", which is very important. Tel Mend, whose dimensions are approximately 400 meters from north to south, width from east to west, is approximately 300 meters, its height rises to seventy meters, and on top of this hill are ruins.

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   One of the goals that the terrorists sought was to reach the sea and establish a connection with the north of Lebanon, which removes the obstacles they face when working from inside Lebanon.

   In March 2013, terrorists put the finishing touches on this plan. They took control of Tal Mend, and just three villages remained: Al-Khoz, Al-Mudan, Al-Karniya.

 

   Wake-up call ...

   It provided them with contact with the reservoir of Bahret-Homs, and then the disruption of connection lines between Bekaa and Homs. That is, the Sunun-Karnia line will be cut off, and this was the only line operating at that time, because the terrorists took control of the Quseir region. In practice, when the gunmen took the Tel Mend, and all this was alarming.

 

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   In 2013, Hezbollah formations were deployed along the contact line, at a group of villages ranging from Hows al-Sayyid Ali in the south, with deployments to the areas of Safsafa, Al-Hamani and Al-Faroukiya. This was our line of defense of these villages from terrorist attacks at Sikmania.

 

   We defended Al-Aqrabia and the Al-Buueyt al-Gharbiya district up to Tel Nabi Mend. The Tel Mend region was in the hands of militants, from the east and west there were some formations of the Syrian army, such as the Dabaa airport, but it was under siege. The rest of the area was in the hands of the militants, with the exception of the area east of the river, which is the Christian village of Rabla at the crossroads. The Syrian army defended the road from Rabla to Jisr al-Mashtal.

 

   Some points on the east side of Al Quseir were occupied by the Syrian army and reached them through the Bargut checkpoint. But in practice, the whole city was in the hands of terrorists. At that moment, Hezbollah decided to protect the villages. Terrorists tried to strike at villages in which "Resistance" was in defense. We were only in defensive posture with some necessary special operations conducted in some places around.

 

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   The seizure by the militants of Tel Nabi Mend was a warning. At this stage, it was decided that our presence in Syria, in Homs, Aleppo or even in Sayyid-Zeynab (r) continued to protect the shrines, as well as some villages from Bosra al-Sham to Nubbol, Zakhra, Kefaria and Foix.

 

   But in 2013, after the terrorists took control of the strategic Tel Mend, we revised the general direction of the battle.

 

   Leadership Decision: Return Tel Mend.

   After the terrorists took control of the mountain, the Syrian army made several attempts to return it, and several martyrs fell there, unable to return the mountain, due to the complexity of the battle theater. 21 meters of flowing water, and the enemy is deployed at a height of seventy meters.

   When the leadership decided that the Islamic Resistance would attack the mountain (15 days after the terrorists took control of it in March 2013), the intelligence process began. Resistance could not abandon the hill in favor of the militants.

 

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   One of the problems we encountered in connection with the restrictions imposed by the Secretary-General was that the operation still did not go on the full offensive. The case is very sensitive. The directive was to preserve an operation called “Defense from attacks”, and our borders are a hill. We had problems with some houses on a hillside near the mill. After the approach, we made an attempt. On the first attempt, when we crossed the river, one of the brothers was martyred. One of the most important problems was how we cross the river, which is 70 meters from the hill, viewed and shot by militants, which will lead to additional problems when we climb a very steep hill.

 

   Our work was done at night, it was very cold. Mujahideen on the field were persistent and decisive. In the second attempt, the Mujahideen brothers crossed the river, and we expected that the militants would not give up and try to regain their positions. The Mujahideen created the formation of the army infantry, with the support of tanks, equipment and other support. The river crossing happened not at just one point; we crossed the river at different points, in groups separately from each other, referring to a river 21 meters wide.

 

   One part of the Mujahideen covered from the eastern sector, and the other group from the western. The main formation is that which narrowed the gap with the enemy and went up. In practice, the group was very small, consisting of 3 infantry groups, which were entrusted with climbing and establishing control, in addition support groups were distributed. The operation was scheduled for 6 o’clock in the morning. At that time, the fog seemed to interfere with the visibility of support groups providing a start to the attack of their brothers. For this reason, the start time of the process was delayed. After crossing the river, the brothers got wet in the water. The cold was severe. At 8:15, permission was given to attack. With permission to advanced infantry formations. Visibility becomes clearer. Towards the infantry approach, fortifications and bunkers were destroyed. A collision has occurred. Many militants were killed and the rest left. We controlled the top of the hill. It became clear to us that there would be an answer.

 

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   We remembered the restrictions imposed by the management, so as not to reach the houses near the hill.
   This section, which we simply looked through without moving further, the militants tried to use to regroup. The enemy mobilized up to 400 fighters and attacked in 8 groups. Each group of 50 militants. The clashes were one on one at times. The battle lasted from 12 p.m. until dawn. The attack was repeated 2 times. The first time is 3 groups, the second is 8 groups.

   It was decided that in order to preserve the hill, it was necessary to expand a bit, so we liberated the areas near the hill, and in this process the Resistance had several martyrs.


   The terrorist attacks continued, and then we submitted a request to expand the defense section. We cannot protect the hill from enemies already on the hill and its surroundings, we needed to protect the hill with enemies being outside the hill. At this stage, a management decision came. We got permission to free the village of Kadesh. Thus, this offensive operation began almost a week after our attack on the hill.

   Based on the fact that the depth of attack will be about 300 meters, a force of the same scale was mobilized. The forces that the militants deployed for the hill retake operations were their elite, having lost about 50 militants and leaders of major groups in the area, such as Omar Rachel (he was the direction commander).

 

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   With the beginning of the first day a unit, the task of which was to cover the Kadesh region, reached their main goal and moved towards Radvania, therefore we ensured its advancement. This is a large conciliation procedure. The order of forces that we have reserved is 300 Mujahideen. The area was open in front of us, and we could move forward. The enemy has exhausted its forces, so we moved in two directions.

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   At the end of the first day, we liberated five villages: Radvania, Burhaniya, Assaadia, Mansurie and Kadesh. We have established a relationship with an area called Sagmania. On the first day we were supposed to free the village, but we freed five villages with the same attacking force.

 

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   At the beginning of the third day, we launched a new attack from east to west in the direction of Abu Khuri and completed the operation. By the end of the third day, we liberated about 22 villages. We made a connection from the west of the river to the east from the river to Ribla. This means that the forces took control of the area west of the Oront River, whose area is about 200 sq. km. Through this process, we reached the ultimate goal of the battle (leadership intervened, giving instructions to stop advances, so we completed the expansion of controlled territory and stopped).

 

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https://www.alahednews.com.lb/article.php?id=9577&cid=142

http://otvaga2004.mybb.ru/viewtopic.php?id=2170&p=2#p1246964

 

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      The second part of the article is dedicated to the battle for Quseir and the operations preceding it.

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   During Operation Jusia, the deployment of the Syrian army was sporadic. The Resistance considered each deployment point of the Syrian army as a fulcrum for the start of the operation. The Mujahideen launched a second attack from an east of the Oront River, with the aim of covering an area of about 120 square kilometers, including a group of villages: Jusiya, Al-Atifiya, Saediya, Zraya, Dusaria (with the onset of events in Syria, the militants entered Al-Atifiya and committed a massacre in which they left nearly 17 peaceful martyrs).
   The Resistance took advantage of the existing deployment points of the Syrian Arab army and conducted an operation with the participation of almost 800 Mujahideen, including mobilization forces [reservists - H.M.]. The process began in several directions: from east to west, from south to north, a flanking for a complete encirclement.
   In fact, the battle began at 13:00. Resistance lost 1 martyr, and before sunset, the offensive almost reached its decisive goals. Reserves arrived on the second day, and the cleanup operation was completed. Resistance returned the tank of the Syrian army, captured by militants. It is noteworthy that the shell was still in the tank gun discovered by the Mujahideen, that is, the terrorist loaded the shell, but did not manage to fire due to the rapid advance of the Mujahideen.

 

   General area around Quseir

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   City of Quseir:

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   One of the most important features of this process was a flanking/bypass maneuver. Resistance took control of a group of points, and the terrorists began to flee to an area called Tel Khanash.

   A section was formed near the resistance, from which it was possible to reach Quseir, from the Dusaria region to water treatment facilities. In this area, the Mujahideen fought for two days, in which four martyrs were lost, until the resistance reached the line of contact with Quseir.

   In the area of water treatment facilities and their environs, clashes occurred on the last day, when the enemy mobilized all his forces, because the resistance came into contact with Quseir. Chlorine was present in the filtration unit. One member of the hostile forces was tasked destroy chlorine tanks and detonate himself there in order to kill as many resistance members as possible. But after a collision between him and his brothers at close range, the Mujahideen killed him before he reached the object.

   Clashes between the Resistance and the militants continued in the area until an attack on Quseir began.

 

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   The number of clashes that the Resistance conducted east of the river during the operation is as follows:
- Day 1: 46 regular encounters and one major encounter.
- Day 2: 6 regular and 5 heavy collisions.
- Last day: 18 heavy clashes.

 

   Features of this operation:
- Swiftness of advancement,
- Several maneuvers: in this operation we attacked in seven directions.
- close range fights with maximum use of fire,
“Using flanking maneuvers, the supply routes were cut and isolated, forcing them to flee before the circle of rings was closed.

 

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   After the leadership decided to attack Quseir, the discussion was related to the question: “We are attacking from the north, from Tel Nabi Mend in the direction of Arjun and from Arjun, bypassing the Dabaa airport, moving in the direction of Quseir, or we begin the attack from the south, where did we come in contact with Quseir and we begin our offensive operation from Jisr al-Mashtal to Quseir? "

   In the battle of Quseir, the Resistance encountered the most famous combat units operating on the field of the so-called "Syrian revolution." There was conflicting reports on the number of militants, but the lowest reported number was 6,000 enemies inside Quseir with weapons, equipment, tanks, heavy machine guns and artillery.

   ISIL had not yet appeared at that time, it was still part of the general structure of the so-called "Syrian revolution." Jebhat al-Nusra had its presence in Quseir, but the most powerful detachment was the Kataib al-Farouq brigades deployed throughout Syria. Al-Farouq battalions were then in Idlib, Aleppo and Deraa. But their infrastructure was in the Homs region and mainly Quseir (Quseir was the headquarters of Kataib al-Farouq).

 

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   In general, in combat effectiveness there was an approximate equality between the Resistance on the one hand, and terrorists on the other, at the level of weapon quality. In terms of numbers, the militants were superior. The number of militants represented at least 6,000 people, and the largest number - 10,000 people. Formations of Resistance during the attack of Quseir amounted to: 14 sections, 14 companies. The actual fighting force was only about 1800 young people.

   The operation in May 2013 was carried out in four stages. Each stage is a day or more.

   The first stage was completed on the first day, when the Islamic Resistance attacked the city from several directions, each of which had several directions. The resistance had one detour on the west side and more than one on the south side. In the east there was a safety direction from south to northeast, and five directions from west to east, taking advantage of the positions of the Syrian army.

   The operation was aimed at achieving specific goals and achieved almost 70 percent of its goals. On the first day, the Resistance captured 40 percent of the territory of Quseir and established contact with the dispersed formations of the Syrian army in the heart of Quseir. Resistance forces approached the Quseir Arboretum and took control of the southeast lane. On the first day, the Mujahideen approached the church and the city hall, but for various reasons could not establish control over them. Significantly increased the number of martyrs.
   On the sixth day of the battle between the Resistance and the enemy, very heavy battles took place. Enemies prepared their defenses in width and in depth of the area.
   After the sixth day, the Resistance forces began to gnaw through the defense and prepare the Mujahideen brothers for the last major attack. Of the features that have benefited the enemy are the use of engineering work throughout the depth and width of the region, as well as the size of fortifications with the maximum use of earthwork.

 

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   The tenth day of the battle was approaching, militants from outside Quseir tried to get from the city for support and reinforcements from the Qalamoun ridge, from the Al-Abuwadiya region, where they were cut off in the Dahiraj area a few minutes from the entrance to Quseir. But in clashes with the Resistance in the Al-Abuwadiya region, the terrorists retreated and then turned off the road onto the highway, reaching Dabaa. Thanks to this action, Abdul Kadir Saleh and Abdul Jabbar al-Akidi joined the militants in Quseir. The troops arrived from Deir Ez-Zor, Asvad as-Sharkiya and Aleppo (about 300 militants from Aleppo).

   Over the course of the days, the brothers' advancement developed, as well as tactics, for example, Resistance fighters moved from “street attack” to “storming houses”.
The most important goal is to get to the municipal area, which includes the church, the municipality, the main square of Quseira, because this is the heart of Quseira.

   The "nibbling" stage (third stage) lasted a long time. From the tenth day, the leadership of the Resistance gave orders to conduct maneuvers in other directions.

   Resistance fighters advanced into the Dahiraj area, cleared any passage to Quseir, and closed the entire territory to prevent possible entry into Quseir. In addition, the National Defense, in cooperation with Resistance units, launched an offensive operation, during which a group of points was captured, the most important of which was Dabaa Airport and the Javadiya region.

   In preparation for the last major offensive, the battle lasted almost 14 days, and the main goal was the municipality. The attack began at about 7 a.m., and at the end of the day, at sunset, the municipality was in the hands of the Mujahideen. According to one estimate, 2,000 militants were killed. The battle ended when the municipality fell and the final stage for the militants arrived (before Resistance reached the municipality, the militants began negotiations to get out, the Resistance set a set of conditions, but did not reach an agreement).
   After the municipality began preparing to storm the northern alley the next day. At 12 a.m., signs began to appear that militants were fleeing the center of Quseir.
   This was logical: the number of dead and wounded was high. By dawn on the sixteenth day, a process of breakthrough of militants from Quseir to Dabaa and to the east began. The battle was over, only pursuit operations continued. "The group from Aleppo headed to Aleppo, and the largest part of the Quseir militants and the Homs militants turned to Qalamoun." This actions of the terrorists was not organized, leaving behind a large number of vehicles, machine guns and weapons.

 

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   "They had dozens of wounded and contacted Mukhtar Dhairaj, who in turn contacted the Resistance. His Eminence assisted the wounded militants in accessing hospitals."

 

   The battle for Quseir ended, the Resistance returned to a defensive position, but the threat remained from the highlands. At the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014, the terrorists gathered all the militants of Quseir and Qalamoun and tried to knock out the Resistance using an offensive operation. The attack began from 3 points: Tel al-Khanash, 14 and Al-Abuwadiya. The offensive lasted about 20 days. They tried to make a breakthrough to get to Jusia, and then make their way to Quseir. After 25 days, the Resistance carried out a bypass operation from the area of the 67th Brigade, Al-Dabhasia, then Jamra, then Hamra, then Jubb al-Jarrah and took control of the entire territory.

 

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   Another article about Hezbollah/Resistance actions, now against Israeli navy vessel "Hanit" (was linked on otvaga).

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Timing: 8:00 pm
Date: Friday, July 14, 2006, the third day of the aggression on Lebanon
Location: Off the coast of the Lebanese capital Beirut
Event: First Tod / Military Media Reveals for the first time the scenes of the operation (The operation of targeting the Israeli military vessel off the shores of Beirut)

 

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   Radar showed in article, was used to find target.

 

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   Looks like ship was under observation for several hours:

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   "This is fiction." An Israeli navy officer responded to a colleague's question about the possibility of Hezbollah possessing a weapon that would pose a serious threat to Israeli naval vessels. The battleship «Hanit», a model «Saar 5», bombed civilian homes in the southern suburb of Beirut. The "naval power" in the Islamic Resistance is ready and waiting for the command to strike the Durrat Taj of the Israeli navy.

   The operation was called “First Tod,” and the aim was to sink the ship

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   At 8 p.m., the command ordered the implementation of the plan, from a hill overlooking the area of Ouzai, two whistles sounded in conjunction with the word of the Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (may Allah protect him), at the moment he revealed the first surprises of the enemy of the Resistance.

 

   Missile launcher vehicle being prepared for firing:

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   In firing position, rising containers to launch AShMs.

 

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C-802 anti-ship missile

 

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   Ship was targeted. After more than two hours of continuous burning, the crew began to inspect results of attack. The body of a Marine soldier was found shortly afterwards. However, the census showed the loss of three others, one from intelligence, and two Air Force personnel from the helicopter crew. The three remained unaccounted for the following day, and teams of commando divers and a special air force rescue unit were called to the scene. The search continued for many hours, before finding parts of the bodies of the three soldiers assembled to confirm their death.

 

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   Yuri Lyamin found what launcher Al-Mukowama used (shown in video above)

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   This is Iranian launcher for AShMs (probably iranian copy of C-802 - Noor), also was supplied to Syria before war. 

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   ^Summer of 2012.

 

 

 

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    • By Akula_941
      12 March fresh new video here
      just so many of good footage,praise the IRINN.IR

      so,Karrar MBT aka T-90MS mod 2017 Iranian limited Edition 2.0
      Has finally have a bit long TV report,and what is this?

      when i see this ‘barrel protective case’ thing,the only thing in my mind is
      "NO,T-72I4! It's him! He is Back!"


      but after watch the video i pretty sure it's nothing but reference ~
      first noticed difference is the ERA kit

      Karrar 'ERA kit is smaller, have 6 plate on each slide front
      compare to T-90MS 's 4 larger size Relikt ERA

      the thickness of the ERA are pretty close so i guess it's just the smaller new Relikt variant

      RCWS/Commander panoramic sight Station
      huge muzzle brake but it seems just a 7.62mm RCWS,but looks cool

      also the sight itself looks a cheaper product compare to T-90MS


      Digital map,commanding system and Vehicle information Display 
      this is pretty good, Karrar may have the best digital equipment in all Iranian tanks,not even Zulfiqar-3

      normal vision channal of the commander sight
       
      for the gunner,i noticed something interesting

      now this is something new, the Karrar have a whole new gunner sight,so obviously the new gunner sighting system is not simply rip-off from russian
      but the really interesting thing is, it keeps the 1K13,which compare to T-90MS removed 1A45 completely and replaced by Sosna-U and a back up sight

      why is this?  @Lightning think, that Iran hasn't prepare or able to create their own laser guide coding equipment,if they want to use 9K120 ATGM system,they need keep the 1K13 for laser coding
      which i found is a high possibility that could be true

      karrar‘s gunner displayer compare to T-90MS

       
      let's expect more information of this tank in the future

       
       
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