FIRST POST – JANUARY 28, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY BY A KNOCKOUT; NEWS FROM SYRIA DIRECTLY TO SYRPER; NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF FABRICATIONS; LETTERS FROM OUR READERS

FIRST POST – JANUARY 28, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY BY A KNOCKOUT; NEWS FROM MENNAGH STRAIGHT TO SYRPER; LETTERS FROM OUR READERS

Just came bafck after taking care of some business.  I have a lot of news for our readers. I am blogging from Henry Ford Hospital where I am translating for a Chaldean man suffering from dementia. 

HOMS:

I told you about how effective the SAA has  been in plugging up the major infiltration routes from Wadi Khalid in Lebanon to Talkalakh.  But that hasn’t stopped the lemmings from trying to break into the Syrian countryside.  They made it to Al-Quseir by splitting up and using back roads to outwit the Syrian army.  Not a good idea.  With new recruits and militia in place,  the rodents were caught in an ambush  outside Al-Qusair and killed to a man.  They were not only outnumbered but seriously outgunned.  Wael said they appeared to have been planning to arm themselves from a cache of weapons in Al-Quseir.  Unfortunately, because all were killed, the SAA has no clue as to where the stash is. 

At Jawbar, the SAA had a field day killing these apes:

Muhammad Bakkar
Ghiyath Al-Rifa’i
Maher Rasland
Qusayy Adawi (Lebanese)
Hani Al-Hussein
Rashad Al-Turk

 

ALEPPO:  SyrPer can confirm the death of a Jabhat Al-Nusra rat leader at Mannagh outside Aleppo along with the following rodent excrement.  They were killed two days ago in what was a stunning air strike called in by a veteran lieutenant who delivered very accurate coordinates to the pilot of a MiG 23.   The terrorists were clustered together for a reason that was not uncovered until  today:    there was a dispute about dividing up some plunder which required the intervention of rat officers in order to avoid bloodshed.  The total killed to date in that action is 117.  The identified carcasses were:

Zahr-eddine Abdo Al-Sayyadi, rat leader

Muhammad  Ali Marzouq

Ahmad Ghali

Radwan Mahmoud Balsami

Adel Ahmad Toukh

Tareq Muhammad Al-Qijjeh

Mahmoud Muhammad Treidi

Zaki Mamdouh

Jihad Ali Al-Asmar

Nasser Saad Al-Qadi

Antar  Bilal Talib

Samih Abdul-Qader Diwani

Youssef Al-Daqqaq

Dawood Muharram (non-Syrian)

Jabbar Muhammad Al-Abrashi (Iraqi?)

Tal’at Ali Mahsoob

Jubran Umar Akkari

Muhammad Mahmoud Abu-Al-Lutuf

Murtada Rawia

The rest were so badly dismembered by the bombing that even their documentation went up in flames.  Many probably weren’t  carrying papers in order to hide their foreign nationalities.  The documents which identified some of the rats could not be connected to the bodies.  Thus,  all the AFI investigators knew was that someone had that identity although no cadaver could be positively connected to it without DNA testing,  a luxury the Syrian military doesn’t need at this time. 

At Atarib in rural Aleppo,  a Syrian unit unleashed a torrent of lead on a fleeing pack of miserable rodents and dispatched the following:

Ali Mazen Termos

Akram Zein Mahmoud

Yasser Milhem Antabli

Umran Wassilah

The rest were all captured.  Wael tells me they were mostly thieves pretending to be revolutionaries.

The terrorist mercenaries are suffering unsustainable losses and it is doubtful that any combination of countries can find more rodents to take their place.  We will address this issue shortly.  It is clear, however, that the Western enemies of Syria have now resigned themselves to the continuity of Dr. Assad’s government.  What I fear, though, is a NATO attempt on his life using deep-penetration missiles fired from either Jordan or the Zionist Abomination

We can also confirm from Aslan that the number of deserters has gone down to almost zero. 

A Syrian Army infantryman searches a home in Darayya to free it of a rat infestation.

We are delighted to inform our readers that a Colonel in the SAA, Ahmad Ayoub Al-Ra’ayidi, who hails from the president’s hometown is alive and well and undoubtedly relieved.  The captors were taken alive and will be punished appropriately

DAMASCUS:  At Darayya, the process of clean-up continues.  At the ‘Arid Al-Khaleej and
Al-Fashoukh Farms, the SAA put to death the following criminals:

Ammar Qazzah
Muhammad Al-Sheikh
Mahmoud Sabri Al-Ta’aan
Ramzi Mardam
Ahmad Ilayyan
Anwar Jaber

At Yabroud in the Qalamoun Mountains two pieces of simian droppings were killed by the SAA:

Saleh Muhammad Salem (aka “Al-Khadra”)
Nawras Al-Rifa’i

Both scum were involved in the loan-sharking business. 

In Hama, at Qarnaz, the following cockroaches were killed:

Tayseer Mustafa Al-Sha’ban (leader of some garbage called the “Al-Farouq Battalion”
Sami Muhammad Al-Tallawi

The big bad meeting in Switzerland bringing together Syr:Per’s WOG of the Year and Captain Kangaroo, got little coverage in the news today.  Of note, Syria’s law enforcement agencies have made it clear that opposition activists abroad may now come home without fear of arrest.  However, my understanding is that those who advocate violence or who have participated in acts of violence are excluded.  People like Haitham Al-Manna’ who spoke out strongly against the terrorists would be an ideal candidate for repatriation.  But the French may not let him.

  

This fellow almost had everybody thinking the opposition was a refined group of intellectuals.  At least he is a pacifist.  We can live with that.  

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NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF FABRICATION:

If you can get past the terrible English, you’ll laugh your head off at this article about the so-called opposition at their meeting in Switzerland.  Captain Kangaroo is quoted.  Yawn:

http://www.worldbulletin.net/?aType=haber&ArticleID=102455

Provocative article about French armed forces and their suspicions about Hollande and Sarkozy:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/frances-president-francois-hollande-is-afraid-of-his-military-high-command-security-services-fear-a-military-attempt-on-the-life-of-the-president/5320793?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=frances-president-francois-hollande-is-afraid-of-his-military-high-command-security-services-fear-a-military-attempt-on-the-life-of-the-president

After reading that revelation about Saudi Arabia’s deal with all those men on death row, what do you think the Emirates will do with these Islamists?  I’ll give you one guess only.

httphttp://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/50614548/ns/technology_and_science-space/://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2013/Jan-27/203937-uae-to-try-94-citizens-over-plot-to-seize-power-ag.ashx#axzz2JHmuck3C

Mark the Brit sends this one about monkey business in Iran:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/50614548/ns/technology_and_science-space/

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READERS’ CONTRIBUTIONS:

John Esquire sends a series of very informative films for everyone:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ue3NOxQ9abw&feature=youtu.be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mzIcaXBD10&feature=youtu.be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33yLO63DWko&feature=youtu.be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1VjM4WEDgg&feature=youtu.be

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hans
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The captors were taken alive and will be punished appropriately

I like when you write poetry for the ear, how nice that statement sounds.

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I can only imagine the nature of their punishment. How many of these rodents are there in the country? Every day it seems that another large batch are put down. The photos of the destroyed areas of Aleppo and Homs are shocking, to say the least. Ziad, have you received reports on the extent of the damage to these cities? I’ve read reports that the Turks targeted the Armenian Quarter of Aleppo to destroy any traces of their presence. Do you have any idea how well the quarter fared? I understand the residents formed civil militias to defend it. This… Read more »
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