SECOND POST – OCTOBER 31, 2012 – STUNNING AMBUSH NEAR HOMS NETS OVER 30 TERRORISTS

SECOND POST – OCTOBER 31, 2012 – STUNNING AMBUSH LAID BY THE SYRIAN ARMY NETS 30 TERRORISTS WITH ANOTHER 26 TAKEN PRISONER; JIHADIST TERRORISTS DESECRATE ARMENIAN CHURCH IN ALEPPO; 3000 ISLAMIST TERRORISTS IN NORTHERN LEBANON

Straight from Allouche, a new source in Homs:  Syrian Military Intelligence (SMI) stationed in Homs picked up communications between a terrorist camp near Al-Labweh in Lebanon and a large terrorist unit in Deir Ba’alba, a northern district of the city.  According to Allouche who is well-placed,  SMI reported that the terrorist commander had requested an okay to execute on a plan to take over a Homs Syrian Army roadblock at Bayada. The plan was to kill the Syrian soldiers and take their weapons since, according to Allouche, the Syrian terrorist commander said”…we are running out of ammunition”.  The green light was given and the terrorist operation started at  04:30 on October 30, 2012 with four flatbed trucks on which Doschka heavy automatic machine guns were installed.  Following the caravan of flatbeds was a van loaded with 13 terrorists, six of whom were foreigners.  In addition, the terrorists used an ambulance to ferry another 10 of their group.  The total number of mercenary killers was 56.

Once the terrorist unit arrived they found the roadblock to be abandoned.  The terrorist commander finally identified himself on his encrypted cellphone as “Abu Al-Jamajim“, (in Arabic: “Father of the Skulls).  Allouche says that SMI recorded his short talk with his commander in Lebanon the gist of which was “what to do to solve this ammo problem?”  No answer came from the terrorist commander in Lebanon as two brigades of Syrian infantry opened fire at two levels, one brigade posted at the top of two buildings and another firing downstream southwards.  The terrorists were unable to steer their vehicles to safety owing to the unwieldy character of the Doschka-flatbeds and the ensuing chaos.  Efforts to fire the Doschkas failed as Syrian army snipers tore at the gunners first and then, at the guns themselves.  According to Allouche,  in the first ten seconds, the terrorists lost 24 men with the others desperately trying to take cover amidst a barrage of lead and exploding RPG’s that made their fiery vehicular cover somewhat precarious.  When an attempt was made to break out, another 6 were killed.  The others either surrendered or were taken wounded.

Allouche is great because he likes details.  Of the 26 who were taken alive,  six were foreigners seated in the van.  They were:  Adil Ben Urfan, (Libyan), El-Hadi Muhammad Sqeifi, (Tunisian), Riad Sarsour (Palestinian), Montasser Ali Al-Musallami, (Egyptian), —–Abu Luqman (Iraqi) and one “Shapur” (Afghani).  Allouche says that the foreigners were kept separate because of their limited use as “back-up”.  They are all being interrogated.  SyrPer demanded that all of the rats be executed.  Allouche said that such issues are not within the purview of his job.        

TERRORIST MERCENARIES DESECRATE ARMENIAN CHURCH IN ALEPPO

May God damn the perpetrators of this unspeakable insult to the Armenians of Aleppo.  The Armenians are well armed in Suleimaniyya and the terrorists know it.  A terrorist much be captured and skinned alive in front of a camera to make it clear the minorities of Syria will not tolerate the malignant presence of Jihadist terrorists. 
http://www.armenianweekly.com/2012/10/30/armenian-church-burned-in-aleppo/

A former Lebanese M.P. has confirmed that over 3,000 Jihadists from Al-Qaeda-affiliaed groups have entered Lebanon with the help of both official (read: Wissam Al-Hassan) and non-official (read: Samir Geagea) Lebanese individuals.  You ask: When will the Lebanese army put a stop to this?  Good question.  Answer:  When will the Lebanese Army become an army?     

Russia warns against any attempt to overthrow Dr. Assad.  Thanks alot Russia.  You might want to do a little bit more than exchange platitudes.

http://en.rian.ru/russia/20121031/177091450.html

Due to a number of complaints from non-French-reading fans, I have translated the article about the dead traitor, Wissam Al-Hassan. Mike in Strasbourg was going to do it orally on the telephone, but I didn’t want to bother him.

“FRANCE ASSASSINATED GENERAL WISSAM AL-HASSAN

Al-Diyar (Lebanese daily “close to the majority” – October 25, 2012)

A highly placed Syrian source affirms that it was France whch assassinated General Wissam Al-Hassan for the reason that he had in his possession certain confidential information.

As for Syria, which has enough problems already, it would never do anything to cause even more.

Wissam Al-Hassan, according to these sources, began, (thanks to Michel Samaha), to bring to light the secret relations between Syria and France: the old minister was in fact acquainted with sensitive information bearing on the relation between the two countries by virtue of his own secret role as intermediary.

Samaha had thus unveiled the underside of the Syrio-French relation, on a level with the intelligence services in particular, which pushed France to want to liquidate Wissam Al-Hassan.

Anyways, it cannot be excluded that Michel Samaha would be eliminated in his own time in order to bury the great secrets relative to French and Syrian intelligence.

France didn’t want, in any case, the EU to discover these secret relations and its role in Syria and the region; and by the same token,  it didn’t want Wissam Al-Hassan to begin weaving his threads with the United States. 

TURKEY CONTINUES TO SHOW SIGNS OF FALLING APART:

http://news.yahoo.com/turkeys-gul-erdogan-bicker-over-double-headed-government-164430365.html

Aslan, who is now in Cyprus for business, says that we have no idea about how tense the south of Turkey is.  One mistake and it will all go up in smoke.  Also, I have withheld from you information about Southern Turkey which I think is extremely sensitive.  I may disclose it after a few beers.  I don’t know.   

         
  


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Many languages can be translated at: translate.google.com This includes French and Arabic. Just copy the URL. The quality is mediocre, but what is an Englishman or American supposed to do? It seems to be genetic that we can’t learn languages. This is a real tragedy, as it means Finnegan’s Wake can’t be appreciated. For what it’s worth, there was a rumor going around in early August or so that Russia had come to some terms with the West over Syria. The idea was that she would not provide any significant physical help. Undoubtedly, various other things would have been agreed… Read more »
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Yet again the Palestinians Lions being led by donkeys. Now they want to fight against the state which has consistently backed them and given them freedom as equal citizens. Here is an excerpt from the so called FSA
We’ve been arming Palestinians who are willing to fight. We have formed the Liwa al-Asifah (the Storm Brigade) which is made up of Palestinian fighters only. Its task is to be in charge of the Yarmouk camp. We all support it and back it.
Tell me how they will benefit?

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So what is your view of Killary creating a new opposition, one with internal folks? Does this go along with Meyssan’s views in:

http://www.voltairenet.org/article176399.html

This implies that a deal will be announced, or at least implemented, after the election. It would be tragic, and represent downright betrayal, if France should lose her influence in that part of the world.

Paul

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