SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 – FIRST POST – SYRIAN ARMY CAPTURES 112 TERRORISTS IN PALESTINIAN CAMP;  YEMENI, QATARI, SAUDI TERRORISTS KILLED IN ALEPPO;  HAJR AL-ASWAD CLEANSED OF CRIMINAL MURDERERS; 

All news straight from our sources and from Syrian and Iranian t.v..

Monzer has confirmed what Syrian television news reported:  Over 100 terrorists surrendered to the Syrian army yesterday in a brilliantly prosecuted army raid on the Yarmouk Camp, south of Damascus.  Using diverting artillery fire to give the terrorists a sense of comfort,  whole units of special forces supported by tanks and helicopter-born snipers,  enveloped the southern neighborhoods of the sprawling camp (a suburb really) and forced the terrorists to raise white flags in surrender.  This operation could not have taken place without the assistance of the local Palestinian population which “snitched” on these killers and brought them into the hands of the authorities.  The terrorists were largely jihadists and Syrian army deserters.  Their fate is dark.

    Syrian army infantrymen celebrate the surrender of 112 terrorists at the Yarmouk Camp.

In other news, foreign terrorists were killed in fighting near Kalaseh, in the Aleppan countryside.  Of interest is a Yemeni whose i.d. bore the tribal name of “Al-Houthi”.  This is unusual because the Houthi tribe in Northern Yemen is a traditional foe of Saudi Arabia and is made up of “Sevener” Shi’ites.  Their relationship to Iran is not necessarily close, but certainly in a stage of “friendly engagement”.   The Syrian security agency tasked with collecting the bodies for vaporization is checking to see if the documentation is forged or stolen.

Also killed at Kalaseh were two Saudi and one Qatari terrorists.  The Qatari is from the Al-Fardan family indicating very low origin, possibly simian.  Moreover, two Chechens were also among the dead.  It is believed that these foreign murderers are linked to the Al-Qaeda franchise called “Al-Nusra”.  The number of terrorists killed by our army in the Aleppo area has exceeded now 2,000.  The number of casualties in the Syrian army is surprisingly low given the intensity and locale of the fighting.  Wael puts the number of SAA fatalities at around 500. 

Fighting is also reported at Talbiseh close to Homs.  Several flatbed trucks fitted with high-powered “Doschka” machine guns were destroyed and their operators dispatched to the nether world.  The DShKM 108 mm and 114 mm are favored among the Syrian terrorists because of their adaptability.  They are useful for downing low-flying helicopters, for example.  In fact, Syrian t.v. reported yesterday that the criminals downed a “propeller driven plane” south of Damascus, near Douma.  Normally, this type of plane would be a helicopter. 

               This is a “Doschka” (DShKM) mounted on a truck in the Libyan desert. 

Hajar Al-Aswad, south of Damascus,  has seen some explosive tactics used by our army to deliver death to the Jihadist criminals.  Yesterday, the Syrian army routed the terrorists in that area and killed over 75 of them.  According to Monzer, who just spoke to me this morning,  the terrorists were caught napping and without much ammunition.  Offers to surrender were refused as they prepared themselves for the descent into oblivion.  Bon Voyage. 

  


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hans
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This is very important victory. NATO/FUKUS have been trying very hard to gain a foothold in Homs or Allepo before the 67 UNGA meeting next week. During the meeting the announcement was meant to be made regarding when a No-Fly Zone would have been established, this plan seems to gone down the drain if you are telling us the the SAA have been victorious. Remember you said the SAA intelligence heard the French say to the rebels, “If you cannot establish a foothold in Alleppo, then all is lost”.

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Hans,

Some geographical control is necessary for the rebels, at least for a no-fly zone. They can damage the Syrian economy for a long time with the current approach, but it has a large cost to Turkey and the general image/propaganda of what the West is up to.

But it is still possible that France or the UK might do something like send a couple of fighters into Syria.

hans
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But it is still possible that France or the UK might do something like send a couple of fighters into Syria.

I don’t think so, the SAS is an over hyped tabloid myth, it has only been effective because it has tackled ineffective Arab armies and third world countries. Remember the indomitable Israeli Golani Brigade, well they met their match by Hezbollah third line defense, do you hear about this brigade anymore?

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I was referring to fighter jets; it’s a safe bet they’ve already had lots of special forces in handling communications or coordination. So first the West would have to scream about too many refugees on the border with Turkey, and start provocative sorties just inside the Syrian border. In any case, don’t assume that the West won’t do something risky.

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