SECOND POST – DECEMBER 12, 2012 – MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS

SECOND POST – DECEMBER 12, 2012 – MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS COMING IN TO SYRPER

Omar Ghobashi was killed yesterday in Douma.  Ghobashi was a Libyan terrorists whose brutality was well-known among our civilians and soldiers.  His body will be made into ashes and fed to the four winds.  I understand that his carcass’ condition makes him a poor specimen for anatomical instruction at our medical colleges.  He died along with seven other terrorist rats, two of whom were Saudi Wahhabist filth.

This photo shows our soldiers moving in on a sniper in Douma the day before yesterday.  The snipers working for the terrorists are often die-hard Jihadists who prefer to hold their positions and die.  Our army accommodates their wishes and they die.  

This article will have you bursting with laughter.  This Al-Khatib character really takes himself seriously:

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2012/Dec-12/198218-syrian-opposition-leader-calls-on-alawites-to-rise-up.ashx#axzz2EfS24rQn  

As we have reported, the fighting in Homs appears to have ended.  But we doubt it will continue like this because the Lebanese regime in Beirut refuses to patrol its own territory and prevent the collection of terrorist rats on the border with Syria.  Wael confirms that Syrian intelligence has identified an area near Wadi Khalid where about 4,000 terrorists are congregating with French terrorism enablers giving them instructions and Intel.  Wael says that the Second Army Group will grind them into hamburger meat.  The problem may be that many will penetrate into Syria and join up with Salafists and Takfiris further exacerbating the situation.  SyrPer believes that the best way to deal with these murderers is to gas them with Sarin or VTX.

What is wrong with the Lebanese regime?  It seems like it is oblivious to the movements of individuals who enter the country.  The Lebanese president has yet to order the arrest of French terrorist-enablers now positioned at Wadi Khalid with the intent of directing attacks on the Syrian army.  If this does not stop, the Lebanese Parliament may have to intervene and censure the President, Michel Suleiman, for dereliction of duty. I hesitate to include General Jean Qahwaji, but, he cannot go on putting his head in the sand while his country is filling up with every criminal Jihadist in the Islamic World.  

It all looks really great: the salute, crisp uniform, the stars, the brocaded oakleaf, and the like, but, for Pete’s sake, do something about the security of your country, General Qahwaji!  The French must be arrested and tried for terrorism and espionage.  They must be executed!

I can confirm that Syria has produced 40,000 new militiamen for combat duty.  They are presently deploying in the Damascus area and will be extremely useful in exterminating the terrorists.  They are under the   command of the Ministry of the Interior and will have security tasks in addition to fighting.  

I have to go to court now.  I’ll be back to finish this post soon.  Aw shucks.  Let me print this now and come back to do a third post. That sounds better.  What do you think?  


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hans
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What is wrong with the Lebanese regime? It seems like it is oblivious to the movements of individuals who enter the country.

The trouble is many Lebanese think they are French, that is until they go to France where they are then Lebanese Arabs!

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How much truth in thisSo yesterday reports of another mass killing. This time scores of civilians from the minority Alawite community in the village of Aqrab killed after rebels reportedly visited from the al-Houla area a few days ago. According to Aqrab villagers they kidnapped the son of the local Alawite religious leader. The Aqrabi villagers say they mounted a counter-attack to try and free the hostage. There were armed clashes and injuries. The villagers say the rebels then came back from al-Houla and took over the place. Most people fled but around 260 were corralled into one section of… Read more »
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What is up with General Qahwaji? Isn’t every government official, rather, almost everyone for sale in Lebanon?

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