SECOND POST – AUGUST 23, 2012 – FSA COLLAPSES AT ALEPPO TV STATION; TURKS PROHIBIT ENGLISH AND GERMAN TERRORISTS FROM MIXING WITH LOCALS

SECOND POST – AUGUST 23, 2012 – FSA DEMOLISHED AS IT TRIES AGAIN TO OCCUPY ALEPPO’S TV STATION; OVER 43 TERRORISTS DIE; 17 TAKEN PRISONER

Note from Monzer in Damascus:  FSA criminals tried a second time to occupy Aleppo’s television station in an area named for it.  FSA terrorists attacked positions held by militia and security services with little ammunition.  Instead, FSA killers tried to engage our forces in hand-to-hand combat; a not-so-bright tactic when the other side is flush with ordnance.  The criminals were annihilated.  Those who tried to escape were gunned down by spotters while those who surrendered were turned over to Military Intelligence.  We do not know how many terrorists were from foreign countries. Monzer will try to find out for us.

TURKS WARN BRITISH AND GERMANS NOT TO MIX WITH LOCALS AND NOT TO FREQUENT BARS AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES

Our source in Gaziantep (a/k/a “Ayntaab”) told SyrPer that the Turkish government would not permit German or English terrorist enablers to mix with the native population while the explosion that rocked the city three days ago is under investigation.  SyrPer has confirmed that six of the casualties were English terrorist trainers from MI6. 

This kind of Syrian cuisine attracts hardened killers from Europe like the rabid English MI6 trainers some of whom were killed in Gaziantep. 

In the meantime, Turkey is looking into an “Iranian Connection”, naturally.  Turks invented the expression: “pick up the usual suspects”.  SyrPer knows who pulled off this operation.  But we won’t squeal. 

Some fighting reported around Kafr Soussa near Damascus.  Nothing big today.  Aleppo is the main theater of operations.  Reports about Deir El-Zor by the BBC are fabricated; almost all made up by the reporter who submitted them.  The BBC is a disgrace. Read the post below and you’ll know why.