FOURTH POST – OCTOBER 15, 2012 – SYRIAN TERRORISTS IN DISARRAY AS SYRIAN ARMY PUMMELS THEM IN EVERY PART OF SYRIA

FOURTH POST – OCTOBER 15, 2012 – FOREIGN TERRORISTS IN DISARRAY IN SYRIA AS ARMY PUMMELS THEM RELENTLESSLY; ALEPPO NEARLY CLEANSED OF DISEASED BEARDED MURDERERS; JIHADISTS FOR HIRE BEAT A RETREAT TO CAPO DI TUTTI CAPI ERDOGHAN.  

As all SyrPer readers know, the foreign mercenary terrorists and some FSA scoundrels tried over ten times to occupy the Aleppan masterpiece citadel in the center of the city without any success.  Their logic was that of their NATO enablers:  Assad won’t dare destroy this jewel of Syriana and it’s a citadel anyway.  Perfect for holding out and claiming liberated territory.  The Syrian high command read this stratagem and took all precautions to insure no such event took place.  The Citadel is free of the cancer of Saudi Arabian killers and has been damaged only slightly.


Your editor has taken visitors to this incredible bulwark over an hundred times.  Anyone who visits Syria will have been a slacker lest he or she behold this mind-numbing sight.  It’s nestled in the center of the city overlooking the Souq Al-Madina which the terrorists put to the torch.  

The Citadel’s crenelated walls and towers, labyrinthine hallways and narrow apertures were perfect for an Alamo-like last stand which the criminal mercenaries could have inspired among the slovenly hordes of filth they left behind in Turkey.  But our generals denied them this one last legacy.  Instead, as I write and as J.Q. informs, the last vestiges of the terrorist presence is being reduced to some kamikaze units bent on securing a place in their non-existent, exquisitely dull, and conscience-less spider hole in Oblivion.  At Hanano,  over 30 terrorists were killed in pitched battles with identification on terrorist carcasses indicating many were from Turkey and Tunisia.  At Bab Antakiya, our troops dropped death on the virulent felons to the tune of over 137, their corpses reduced to a fine dust by white phosphorus grenades.

Definitive proof of our army’s victory in Aleppo is best exemplified by my wife’s nephew imploring her to send him $4,000.00 to jump-start his new furniture business.  We’ll see about that.

In the Wadi Al-Ghab, Syria’s Bekaa Valley, (in truth an extension of the Bekaa),  Syrian militia is triumphant at Ghassaniya where all the terrorists were killed as they tried to retain a foothold in the mountainous region. Also, and finally!, Syrian army units cleared out the Kurdish village of Salma, just fifteen minutes from my wife’s ancestral town of Slinfeh.  It was not easy, but Syrian television showed our troops looking down at a pile of dead terrorists who were harvested like rats atop a large summer cottage.  Their bearded faces gave evidence of their empty promises of a new Caliphate in Syria.      


Our soldiers clean up parts of Aleppo as more and more foreign fighters’ bodies turn up among the rubble and rabble.  Turks are becoming increasingly ubiquitous in this conflict. 

Wael in Latakia tells me in an e-mail that the Syrian officers he has been meeting stress that the command structure of the terrorists’ cells is falling apart quite rapidly.  The communication devices provided by NATO to many of the FSA killers have been effectively neutralized by Iranian-developed technology which gives the Syrian army an insight into their field operations.  Often, one of the biggest problems is understanding the various dialects of the terrorists.  In some instances, Chechen killers from Afghanistan will start using broken  Pashto instead of Arabic with attendant confusion.  Turkish terrorists are inevitably from the north with no experience in anything but madrasa-type Quranic Arabic.  With klutzy German handlers in Adana and Incirlik giving electronic Intel to the largely ignorant, bearded oafs, skulking around territory which is terra incognita to them,  many operations are beginning to look more and more like ad hoc adolescent pranks more than the work of real soldiers.  Wael has given me examples which are in my notes.

Wael also confirmed that the Syrian army and militia have perfected the techniques of setting ambushes for the terrorists.  In parts of rural Aleppo Province where the terrorists have often resorted to ordinary highway robbery and brigandage,  Syrian commandos will fill a van and travel around waiting to be accosted.  The net result of these operations has been the arrest and killing of “hundreds of terrorists”.  Wael reports that this kind of criminal behavior has been mostly seen among Iraqi and Syrian terrorists moreso than foreigners.  The setting of traps has also been useful in Dera’ah Province where predictably ignorant Jordanian Morlocks will infiltrate to promote their glorious Jihad and find themselves in the clutches of Syria’s vaunted border security services.

According to Wael, Idlib, all of Idlib, is next on the schedule.  Elements of Syrian Fourth Army Corps has been seen moving as a back-up to the 4th Army Division preparing to take the battle straight to Erdoghan’s doorstep.    

Some Sunni towns in and around Latakia have also been cleared of terrorists.  These have been mostly sleeping cells with no significant military use – something about creating and maintaining the image of a civil war for the Red Cross.  What baloney. 


This is Abu-Al-Bara’ah, killed in Aleppo one month ago.  Isn’t he inspiring?…what with that full beard and all. Monzer says all that was left of him was his left hand and an i.d. card.  I think he was applying for landed immigrant status in Canada.  He is seen here indicating he understands the number two in arithmetic.

 


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Ziad,

Syria has needed much better media in English and other languages for a long time. You have helped quite a bit. Half of the alternative media of any political or religious stripe would have wanted to put out better information, but couldn’t get it. Half of the alternative media are owned or controlled by the usual suspects, so they were hopeless.

By the way, what do you think of The Fetch’s radio show? He is a Westerner living in Amman who talks about things like “genocide and the politics of oil” or some oil find near Tartus.

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He understands the number two better when using drugs. He has a little trouble otherwise.

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