Over the last few weeks, British and German intelligence services have deliberately been “leaking” intel-data about special operations units deployed across the border in Syria in order to “blunt Syrian WMDs” before they are prepared for use.  This gambit has not rattled the Syrian general staff which views any such effort as ineffective given the intense protection afforded these particular weapons.  SyrPer knows that many of the warheads fitted with VTX or Sarin are located deep underground within the perimeters of the Syrian Second Army Corps (Al-Faylaq Al-Thani) stationed outside Homs or at Qatana near Damascus.  This 40,000-strong military behemoth which is protected by a dense network of anti-aircraft missiles and guns, presents an insurmountable challenge to any invading force – leaving aside the impenetrable subterranean bulwark in which the weapons are stored. 

So why are the special ops units in Syria?  The answer is obvious.  SyrPer has learned that the sole purpose of these units is to degrade Syrian air defenses to make Turkish air sorties more feasible to protect areas reserved for the emplacement of the FSA terrorist organization.

                                      Syrian soldiers watch an S-300 during maneuvers. 

These units operate at night with superior night-vision equipment.  They burrow into spider holes carrying an apparatus designed to emit signals to “confuse” the radar acquisition system for the Russian-manufactured, fully mobile S-300 anti-aircraft missile – thought to be the most formidable in the world.  If the Syrian army does not commence operations to comb its rugged northern territories, these units will contribute to an overall degradation of Syria’s high-tech defenses.  Their roles, incidentally, are not limited to merely planting these radar-interference gadgets; they are tasked with assaulting S-300 units by conventional means.  They are also tasked with attacking and destroying Syria’s mobile strategic missile network.  This kind of sabotage is being planned and prepared as we write.  It is imperative that the Syrian general staff begin taking steps to counteract this Western treachery.

This is the Iranian copy of one generation of S-300 provided by the Russian Federation. It’s called the “Shaheen”, an interesting coincidence since one of France’s most famous anti-aircraft missiles was the Crotale-Chahine.  

With time running out,  the Syrian command must begin to deploy large numbers of rangers equipped with night-vision goggles and sufficient fire-power to confront Western special forces saboteurs.  The best equipment to detect these spies and killers is the “dog”.  That’s right.  Islam doesn’t like dogs. But we at SyrPer grew up with a family dog and can assure the Syrian population that this animal, besides being man’s best friend, is the best guarantor for the security of its Northern border areas.  No other animal can be counted on more to search out dug-in terrorists than this one.

If you want to find that irritating English hedgehod hiding under your lawn, buy an English Bloodhound. 

Assuming the Syrian army is not adept at training dogs for these functions, it has become obvious that the Russians and Iranians must start deploying support personnel to relieve Syrian army units needed to eradicate the Islamist terrorists plaguing the countryside.  The Russians prefer no such involvement at this time, but the action of the Western nations has nullified the luxury of sitting back and watching. 

We, once again, call upon the Russian Federation to put forth its best efforts and technology to wipe out the threat of these saboteurs.


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