SEPTEMBER 24, 2012 – SECOND POST – FSA TERRORISTS MOWED DOWN LIKE LEMMINGS NEAR TAL KALAKH; AFGHAN KILLERS ALSO AMONG THE DEAD.
In what may be an endgame gambit, Syrian army regulars supported by militia posted around the north-west town of Tal Kalakh, close to the northern Lebanese border, have killed over 200 FSA terrorists and their Afghan-Arab allies flown in courtesy of Qatar and Saudi Arabia. According to Monzer in Damascus, pressure was being put on the terrorists garrisoned near Wadi Khaled by the Lebanese army. Even the French government which has posted over 30 spies with the FSA in Lebanon could not persuade President Michel Suleiman from demanding that the terrorists leave all Lebanese territory. As Lebanese forces began to take position around the terrorist enclaves with towns nearly deserted all around them, FSA commanders ordered their killers to move northeast toward Tal Kalakh and the killing zone that would be their final destination.
These pictures floated by the FSA itself to garner sympathy for their psycho-killer units, show some of the results of treason and collaboration with the reactionary Saudis.
According to Monzer who bases his reports on troops coming back from the front, the battle started three days ago with a “crazed” push by the FSA to take Tal Kalakh along the main route. This was a serious tactical mistake probably occasioned by the French “branleurs” pretending to be their field commanders. Monzer writes that the FSA walked into a hornet’s nest of snipers, artillery and helicopter-borne commandos who opened a firestorm on the terrorists. One FSA commander, a Mufid Iskamlaji, tried to communicate with someone in Lebanon by open cell phone. His words were: “Need to get out. There are too many. Will get back to you when I reach Al-Qusair”. He never got anywhere. Monzer reports that this dog was found by Lebanese army troops in the Lebanese town of Kfar Nouri where he died of his wounds.
Among the dead were over 30 individuals of Arab descent who carried passports as diverse as Iraqi, Yemeni, Jordanian and Libyan. They are believed to be Arabs who gravitated to Afghanistan where they received their training. How they got to northern Lebanon is a question that is going to be asked for quite some time. One theory from Wael holds that they came by ship through Tripoli as part of Saad Hariri Terrorist Cruiselines. It is hard to believe that Lebanese port authorities can’t interdict the flow of such obviously incongruous specimens of Arab trash.
Monzer tells me that the French contingent, now known to be made up partially of French citizens of Moroccan and Algerian descent, has made it out of northern Lebanon and will be probably sent back to France. They were useless to the FSA criminals due to language difficulties and Syrian Military Intelligence countermeasures which were used effectively to both block communications and spread disinformation. Unless the FSA chooses to regroup in the Wadi Khaled area again and risk confrontation with the Lebanese army, it appears that their glory days in this part of Lebanon are over.