SECOND POST – DECEMBER 20, 2012 – ASTOUNDING DEFEAT OF TERRORISTS AT YARMOUK; BONE CRUSHING BLOW TO AMERICAN OPERATION "ZERO HOUR"

SECOND POST – DECEMBER 20, 2012 – ASTOUNDING DEFEAT OF TERRORIST ARMY IN YARMOUK; AMERICAN OPERATION “ZERO HOUR” SETS PLANS BACK FIVE YEARS; SYRIAN ARMY MULLING OVER CEASE FIRE AGREEMENT TO ALLOW RATS TO LEAVE CAMP; PALESTINIANS ECSTATIC

All along Salahuddin Al-Ayoubi Avenue in the Yarmouk Camp are bodies of slain terrorist rats.  The Syrian army is not permitting any photographs of the scene, but, Monzer and his friend in Military Intelligence, Sgt. Afif —–, have traveled along the road and witnessed the crushing blow the Syrian Army delivered to the vicious, disease-carrying vermin whom the American enablers in Jordan thought would be the lancet which would puncture the power base of the Syrian President and the Ba’ath Party.  Failure is massive.  Americans must abandon this sick project and bring foreign policy back to a realm of reason lest their prestige as masters of mayhem be reduced to the plaintive whimpers of an has-been empire.  The United States has been defeated utterly.

  

This MiG 23 Flogger is a mainstay of the Syrian Air Force.  The mercenary rats did not believe how quickly they were deployed and how the lying Western media kept giving false reports of Syrian airbases lost to their fellow rodents.  What the West did not tell these criminals was that there were abandoned bases.

We are aware that negotiations with the “Palestinian” traitor leadership are on-going.  Mahmoud Abbas wants a cease fire to allow his rats to leave the camp.  It appears, according to Monzer, that there is a heated debate going on inside the Syrian High Command.  The political side wants a negotiated withdrawal of the scum from the Yarmouk.  General Ayoub, Chief of the General Staff, wants to exterminate the remnant units of these American-trained knuckleheads.  WE AT SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE OPPOSE ANY NEGOTIATIONS WITH THESE CRIMINALS AND DEMAND THEIR EXTERMINATION.

Monzer reports also that contacts between Ahmad Jibril and the “Palestinian” leadership in Ramallah and Sidon are continuing.  The former is trying to convince the latter to allow the remaining freaks to travel to the West Bank through Jordan.  Abu Jihad (Jibril) cannot bind the Syrian military to any such agreement and has shown no interest in any such deal.  It is the policy of the PFLP-GC to pitilessly terminate any agent or member who deserts his post or takes up arms against the organization.  We agree.

Monzer has received accurate stats on the number of rodents dispatched by our army.  Here are some details which were made available two hours ago.  2,311 rodents were killed.  Of those same vermin, 123 were Jordanian nationals or were carrying Jordanian papers;  101 were Palestinians from Jordan; 53 were Palestinians living in Syria; 21 were Libyans;  21 were Afghans; 9 were Tunisians; 4 were Chechens; 1 was a Pakistani or Indian of U.K. nationality.  The rest were Syrians.

Of note is the terrorist strategist and felon, Ihsan Muhammad Ali Badreddine, who was torn to shreds when a mortar shell fell on his hideaway.  It’s not clear who fired the shell.  The death of this rodent’s son marks the end of a very productive week in liquidating the leadership of the rat army.   

Monzer reports that about 600 remain in the camp awaiting some results of negotiations for their release. Their situation is hopeless.  The Syrian army has uncovered and secured all their weapons caches.  They are without ammo and Lt. Gen. Ali Ayoub wants to finish them off with a final armored push along the main avenues with infantry and militia cleaning up the side roads and alleyways.  

In other fighting:  Aleppo remains without electricity due to an attack on the generator serving the metropolis.  Our army has captured and killed 43 rats last night in fighting at Hreitan, Hinidrat, Bab Al-Hawa, Abu Zeid  and Nayrab.

Wael tells me that at Bab Houd, in Homs, 12 rats were dipatched in an ambush set for them by Air Force Intelligence.  

Wael reports that the order to hit Idlib has not come yet as troops are being redeployed as needed around the country.  “When it comes, Ziad, I want you to be here to see it with your own eyes.”

Note the lack of articles from the West about the big to-do in Yarmouk.  You know the microbes are being exterminated.  In any case, the Palestinians are returning to their homes in Syria:

http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/thousands-palestinians-return-damascus-refugee-camp

SOME NEWS:

This is from “End the Lies”.  But it’s full of lies.

http://endthelie.com/2012/12/20/syrian-scud-missiles-seen-as-escalation-of-war/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EndTheLie+%28End+the+Lie%29#axzz2FcIJePnt

An NYT piece of dreck about Scuds quoting the same chap:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/21/world/middleeast/syrian-forces-lobbing-more-scud-missiles-at-rebels-us-says.html?_r=0

Here’s one about our Interior Minister, M. Ibrahim Al-Sha’ar.  My info is that his injury, if any, was minor.  I believe he is being treated for something else in Beirut.

http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/syrian-interior-minister-receiving-treatment-beirut

 

  


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Mr Ziad,

Thank you for your efforts in creating this blog, it is a welcome alternative to the typical MSM drivel. However lest your join Mr Engel in ridicule you need to correct the picture of the “MIG-23”, it is in fact a F4 Phantom, the same aircraft that was shot down by Syria Air Defence earlier in the conflict.

Keep up the good work.

KG

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A new Foreign Military Intelligence (GRU) report circulating in the Kremlin today is saying that United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton [photo 2nd left] was injured, and a top US Navy Seal Commander killed when their C-12 Huron military passenger and transport aircraft crash landed nearly 3 weeks ago in the Iranian city of Ahvaz near the Iraqi border.

Iranian intelligence agents quoted in this GRU report confirm that the C-12 Huron aircraft is still in their possession in Ahvaz, but will only admit that the plane was “forced to land because of technical problems.”

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