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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
Extraordinary hypocrisy to criticise bombing Jaish al-Fateh (all in one) in and .
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
The huge turn in war is when bombed over 500 oil carriers , missed by coalition for over 14 months. +
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
Over 70% of Oil export has been hit. This will create a high significant internal crisis to run the self proclaimed "state" +
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orbi 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
Missed by SAA too...why?
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
will have to impose new taxes on inhabitants and increase d price of oil and domestic use for the winter. It will create a fire back+
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
bombed these used oil fields: Al-Shula, Miksar, Abu Jasem, Al-Tanak, al-Tamim & al-Omari crippling most of oil revenue+
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
With the increase of Oil price in controlled land, everything will be more expensive from 2day onward. This & bombing Exodus expected.
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orbi 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
Big blow for Turkey?
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Bikem Ekberzade 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
although a temporary setback 4 IS still xtremly important. But not sur R can keep it up -> Dip press, not tht Putin w succumb 2 it
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
is no longer making a million and a half dollar from oil revenues as only 4 in and 2 in r still generating.
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
keep in mind personal need of oil for warfare, which will significantly reduce the domestic distribution, creating unrest +
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
Unconfirmed report saying "the son of a President on Syrian border held the monopole of Oil distribution". Need to confirm still.
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Hasan A!Odail 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
they needed 3 years to decide to bomb its oil facilities,
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
, for the 1st time, bombarded d pro Turkmen fighters (pro-Turkey) breaking all red lines. has no red lines it seems.
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
The sudden /n manoeuvre in the Mediterranean water is a "big surprise" carrying "big surprises". & were informed.+
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
will consider any aircraft flying in d area above or close2 its forces as a "danger to its forces".This is not an ordinary manoeuvre
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
Just keep an eye on the Russian manoeuvre and its consequences.
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Elijah J. Magnier 21 Nov 15
Replying to @rockairwater
It will as everybody in Syria is supplied by oil, including . Weird but true. ws complaining about d Russian hit
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orbi 21 Nov 15
Replying to @EjmAlrai
We know 63 countries´ shady goals,but IS-oil refineries wud of been "high return" strike for SAA, also red line for them then?
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