I have finally finished reading all e-mails and notes. We can guarantee the following news as being completely accurate:
The Syrian Fourth Special Forces Regiment has completed the decapitation of the terrorist presence in Aleppo’s Sheikh Said quarter. This was reported on Syrian state t.v. which gave us excellent video of our infantrymen gingerly entering civilian homes where large amounts of abandoned ordnance, IEDs, explosive cannisters, narcotics, stolen medical supplies and maps were hoarded by a variety of vicious murderers who snuck into Aleppo from Turkey. What Syrian state t.v. did not tell its viewers was that tunnels were also discovered connecting various safehouses that acted as factories to construct bombs. The tunnels, according to Wael, were quite sophisticated indicating that the persons in charge had considerable experience designing and fortifying the sandy passageways. Of interest to many readers is the connection between Palestinian Hamas and the NATO-enabled terrorists operating in the North. We have confirmed reports that of the 764 terrorists killed during the last three days, 131 were Palestinian fundamentalist criminals! Of those, Wael says, 65 were traced back to the Baddawi and Nahr Al-Bared camps near Tripoli, Lebanon. What this means is that Palestinian reactionaries are now a major factor in the Turkish-based insurgency and that Tripoli, Lebanon, a bastion of Hariri’s sectarianist supporters, is providing its share of murderers and criminals for the Syrian Army’s meat grinder.
Our soldiers consult after a stunning rout of the criminal terrorists in Shekh Said.
What was found in Sheikh Said is also evidence that the terrorists are made up, not only of religious zealots, but also of drug addicts. We have reported this before in our account of how the FSA sets up operations in Aleppan neighborhoods, often pillaging pharmacies and hospitals for drugs. The drugs of choice today appear to be morphine-based. Although large amounts of “benzodiazepine” drugs, like Valium and Atavan, have been found on the remains of terrorists in the past, the scarcity of such drugs has now given way to significant use of “heavy” drugs like morphine and heroin. Wael says the heroin is coming from the Bekaa in Lebanon. “It’s either that or it’s coming from Turkey where possession is a serious offense.” Wael thinks the link is definitely Lebanon. Other indicators of problems the terrorists are encountering are large quantities of antacids – many of local manufacture but also, quite a few from Turkey and Europe. This might signal a problem these terrorists are having with diet and stress.
At Salahuddine, remnant terrorists, almost every single one from another Arab country, keep sniping at our soldiers from rooftops or abandoned apartments. Wael says that snipers are inevitably “suiciders” because they are immediately surrounded and slowly cornered. No sniper is allowed to escape. The foreigners fight to the bitter end in a misguided belief that they are going to Paradise while the few Syrian snipers surrender often in the hope they might receive reduced sentences from military courts.
Monzer, my redoubtable contact in Damascus, writes that there is nothing worth mentioning in the Damascus area. Douma hardly exists any more as a base for the terrorists. Harasta is virtually terrorist-free with citizens finally opening up about life under the fanatic rule of these Salafist criminals. There is “third wave” coming at Damascus today, a third effort to dislodge an overwhelmingly powerful Syrian military around the capital. Monzer says that with the exception of some IEDs or bombs, nobody is paying attention to this new campaign. Life is going on as usual.
Syria is bombarding an unimportant checkpoint at Ra’s Ain on the border with Turkey. The Syrian High Command tries not to let the terrorists feel any sense of accomplishment when they declare they have “overtaken” a checkpoint. The bombs fly at them anyway. Syria is also, by the by, not afraid of any Turkish response which is evidenced by the frequency of our bombardment of terrorist positions inside Turkish territory. As Aslan tells me: “Don’t forget, many of the officers in the South are with us”. They either don’t report incidents or retaliate half-heartedly “just to make the brass العسكريادة in Adana happy”.
(As an aside, here’s a new farce from this Lebanese rag. SyrPer predicts Lebanon, Iraq, Algeria and Mauretania will not vote for any stupid Syrian government in exile.)
Lebanon’s government is finally using what assets it has to block the formation of terrorist cells. Our readers might note that very few reports of incursions via Tel Kalakh are taking place.
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I don’t like to compliment Zionists, but they make more sense than the Saudis:
Lina in Tartous writes that the Russian navy is going about its business as though nothing was going on. In talking to Arabic-speaking Russian officers in “cultural orientation” units, she says everyone is confident that the Assad government will defeat the “hooligans”. She enjoys our blog a lot and wishes we would publish more in Arabic. I want to also greet my over 100 readers in Japan who surprised me with their interest. Maybe we should try a Japanese Joke Week to see if the people of Japan really do think like Germans.