SECOND POST – JUNE 26, 2013 –

TAL KALAKH NOW TOTALLY IN HANDS OF SYRIAN ARAB ARMY

HOMS:

الجيش السوري يفرض سيطرته بالكامل على تلكلخ في ريف حمص
A scene from Tal Kalakh on Monday as our soldiers carry the flag of the republic into Tal Kalakh after completely annihilating the terrorist rats and cannibals supported by Obama and the NATO criminals.

In a process that started in Al-Qusayr, the second most important land route for smuggling weapons into Syrian has been permanently shut down as the Syrian Arab Army overwhelmed the town’s rat defenders.  We must comment here that the citizens of the town played a major role in helping our troops to identify locations of pests before giving them the Orkin treatment.  Wael is traveling to Tal Kalakh today for some matter pertinent to his work.  He will give me details about the rats when he arrives.  The estimated number of rodents dead is 394 with large numbers taken prisoner.  The defeat of the terrorist cannibals was completed when the SAA surrounded and snuffed all resistance in Jabal Ghalyoon and the Market Area of the town.  This is a catastrophic defeat for the terrorist enablers in the U.S., Turkey, Saudi Arabia and all the other war criminal countries playing a role in the suffering of the Syrian people.  
HOMS CITY:  At the Shamsi Baashaa Mosque Quarter in the direction of Al-Qusoor, the NDF killed these scurrying vermin:
Adeeb Deebaaj
Talaal ‘Abdul-Kareem

Bayt Hajju:  A van containing 3 fugitive terrorist rats was intercepted and vaporized last night.  No survivors.  No details, yet.

Al-Ghantu:  No details about a clean-up firefight initiated by citizens against terrorists.  NDF came in and finished the job.

Al-Wa’ar Orchards:  A raid at dawn yesterday on rodent positions inside an abandoned home in this quiet countryside killed these plague-carrying rats:

Muhammad Bilaal Qaddoosh
Hassaan Al-‘Ali
Hassan Al-Turayki

ALERT: SAA HAS COMPLETE CONTROL OVER AL-SHAA’ER GAS FIELDS IN TADMUR (PALMYRA).  ALL RATS KILLED IN RAID.  

Keeseen:  No details about clean-up.  Wael reports 4 taken prisoner.

Dayr Fool:  No stats on this either.  Small village.  2 thieves killed.

‘Uyoon Hussayn:  No stats.  Clean-up.

Talbeesa:  6 hyenas attempted to escape justice and were killed in their car.  Only 2 could be identified.  Wael reports that Gulf Monkeys were in the car:

Rushdi Maqloob
‘Abdul-Ghani Abu-Sinaan

Al-Rastan:  After yesterday’s stunning defeat of the rats and the destruction of their nests,  the SAA cleans up the area with little resistance.  

DAMASCUS:
 

تدمير أسلحة ثقيلة ومقتل عدد من الإرهابيين الشيشانيين في ريف إدلب
Harastaa:  Remote-control IEDs with payloads of 15-25kgs were dismantled by our expert sappers.  All C-4 will be used to kill Qataris.  These rats were killed around the IEDs:

Usaamaa Shalla
Ghayth Al-Barhamji

At the Harastaa Secondary School Roundabout,  4 rodents from the “Liwaa’ Al-Islam Brigade” (yawn) were trapped and killed by SAA:
Kaamel Taraabeeshi (Put that in your hat)
Sa’ad Muqrin
Hassan ——- (illegible)
The 4th was not identified.
Doumaa:  At the City Roundabout, the Liwaa’ Al-Islaam (yawn) took it again right on the chin:
Ahmad Dhaaher
Zakariyyaa Qashshoo’

4 others were taken prisoner.
‘Adraa:  A unit of SAA rangers seized a 23mm machine gun cannon used against infantry and buildings.  THANK YOU, PRINCE PORKY SON OF PORKY SON OF MADAME BANANA
‘Abdullah Hassan-Milhem
Muneef Taweel

‘Arbeen:  A perfect ambush nets these crawling grubs:
Bassaam ‘Uraabi
Maaher Al-Ghawsh
Muhammad Al-‘Arbeeni

Also at ‘Arbeen, the SAA killed this rodent:

Mahmoud Basheer Abu-Al-Layl

Harmala Intersection:  5 rats die in a fiery incident inside their exploding van masquerading as a taxi:
The bodies could not be readily identified.

NORTH DAMASCUS ROAD AT AL-NABAK.  Right on the border of recently liberated Halboon up against the mountains, SAA killed these slithering dung worms:
Usaamaa Al-Sudfa
Ziyaad Al-Shaykh-Al-‘Ali
Muhammad Saalem Al-Rifaa’i (notorious thief, by the way)
Jawbar:  At the Al-Manaasher Roundabout, the Liwaa’ Al-Islam (triple yawn) took a third blow right to the kidneys:
“Abu Islaam” (Id pending)
Ramzi Al-‘Aswad
Mustafaa ‘Abdul-Jaleel
Ma’roof Safar
Muhammad Wajeeh

    Al-Qaaboon:  The “Heirs of the Messenger”, a franchise of the “Liwaa’ Al-Islam” (quadruple yawn) got blasted while rushing an SAA and NDP perimeter.  Bad luck. Bad Bakht.  
    Mahmoud Al-Maqitt
    Hassan Al-Jaaroodi
    Raagheb Fatlaawi
    Muhammad Al-Daawoodi
    Moussaa Al-Saqqaal
    Faarooq Muhaajer
    DAMASCUS-IDLIB HIGHWAY:  SAA lays successful ambush and kills 6 rodents.
    DAMASCUS-PALMYRA HIGHWAY: Another ambush and the rats take it at 10 dead carcasses.  No details, yet.
    Al-Shifooniyya: In Douma, 2 heavy machine guns seized in good condition and turned over to NDF.  It was the Liwaa’ Al-Islam again.  They just don’t get it:

    Mustafaa Al-Waqqaaq
    Zuhayr Subbayra
    ‘Abdul-Majeed Al-Nimr

    Dayr Salmaan:  In the East Ghouta:

    Khaaled Ghannoom
    ‘Aamer Al-Khateeb

    Al-Zabadaani:  Security killed this hyena:

    ‘Ali Burhaan

    Fighting also in Qaarra and Al-Nabak.

    Halboon Mountain area:  Weapons seized and this cannibal killed:

    Ahmad Sinyoor

    Daarayyaa:  SAA clean-up sucks these flies up and sends then to their Lord:

    Raami Laylaa
    Abu Sa’eed Al-Deeraani (id pending)

    Yaldaa:   Security killed these 2:

    Maazen Sa’ad
    Waleed Shaakireen

    IDLIB:
    This governorate is almost finished with rodents.  The Pied Piper and Mr. Orkin have done their job admirably.  
    Jisr Al-Shughoor Area:  
    At Al-Jaanoodiyya, Qastoon and Darkoosh, SAA and militia clean up the mess created by rampant rodents.  Wael writes that over 20 carcasses were counted here.  But not details.
    Areehaa: (Syria’s Jericho), a checkpoint was attacked by stupid runts from the Erdoghan litter:
    Ahmad Abu-Faraj
    Muhammad Malloohi
    Sa’ad Dimashqi
    ‘Abdul-Tawwaab Saa’aati
    Murhef Bulaytu
    Kaamel Musulmaani
    Kafr Naayaa:  Helicopters and fast-moving APCs surrounded the rodents quickly and put them to death:
    No details.
    Awram Al-Jawz:  Definite firefight and 4 dead rats. A 23mm machine gun cannon might have been salvaged.  No details.
    Al-Raami:  No details about firefight.
    Central Prison Area:  SAA and NDF seize 3 mortars and components for use against rodents.  9 confirmed rat deaths with 7 taken prisoner and wounded.
    Al-Hasaka:   
    A nest of Jabhat Al-Nusra freaks were awakened rudely by our SAA and dispatched quickly as the sleep was rubbed from their rodent eyes.  All 27 were killed trying to reach for their weapons.  Monzer has the names and will send them as soon as disclosure is cleared.
    Sabaah Al-Khayr: (Good Morning to all sleeping rodents)  5 killed this early morning Damascus time.  Why we didn’t give them a chance for morning tea before the lead tore them into so many smithereens:
    “Abu-Kifaah”  (id pending.  Believed to Iraqi)
    Mudhar Al-Kharfaan (Another senile ape)
    The other 3 were not identified.
    DER’AH:
    Tafas:  SAA killed:
    Ibraaheem Muhammad Al-Sha’aabeen and 7 others.  No more data.
    Jaassem:  At the hospital, rodents attacked a checkpoint and failed:
    Saameh Muhammad Al-Shareef and 2 others confirmed killed.

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    NEWS, NEWS AND PROPAGANDA:

    You’ll never see this published in the Western Press:

    Our Information Minister has it dead on right but he forgot to mention that Saud Al-Faysal is a war criminal who must be put to death.  And slobbers too much:

    Thought-provoking question from Voltairenet:

    For those interested in Australian terrorists in Syria, look at this moron’s face:

    More on Obama the war criminal:

    From Mikhas, Russia gets new base on Cyprus:

    Ryan sends this important image of Vlad telling Obummer where to go:

    Khalil in New Jersey sends this about our community in Allentown.  You cannot imagine the shame I feel in knowing the one contrarian: 

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    Salutations from Canada. Great to hear things are continuing to go poorly for the fecal collective that is the mongoloid rebels.

    I am growing increasingly concerned that the west is going to try something stupid.

    I read this on RT and it makes me scratch my head.

    I pray the brave people of syria get the peace they deserve.

    http://rt.com/politics/navy-diplomat-syria-base-251/

    Ziad Fadel
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    We are winning. Thanks and keep in touch. Ziad

    parviziyi
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    I suspect Ziad is not rightly informed when he reports nearly 400 rebels were killed at Tal Kalakh. The Syrian rebels deliberately don’t form themselves into dense formations that would enable the army to kill 400 of them, anywhere. To kill 400 of them, the army would have to engage in intense street-to-street fighting for weeks, and would have to powerfully corral them to prevent them from escaping. And I have not heard that this has been happening in Tal Kalakh recently. By the way, I enjoy Ziad’s lively and fluent language in general, but I have one quibble about… Read more »
    Souri Homsi
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    I’m sure you’re an expert in RAT warfare..

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    The strategy you use in a war can go awry when things go against you. If the exits are cut off, or your only source of supplies is in one area, then you must deal with that reality. So 400 dead in one town might have been impossible when the insurgents were doing well, but is conceivable when things are not. For one thing, just losing access to a bunch of tunnels could mess up their plans in a big way. Then there is the issue that more residents are helping in the fight, both because the insurgents have turned… Read more »
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    The syrian ” rebels ” ? The words you are using denote someone who is pro foreign terrorists? And yes terrorists defending a town they have been occupying for strategic purposes will unite in large numbers to try and repel SAA attacks, especially if they think they have the numbers to win. Unfortunately for these bipedal RATS, the SAA was up to the task.

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    Parviziyi is a regular at the stealth zionist disinformation website Moon of Alabama, if this is the same zionist. It’s posts there are a mix of anti-Assad, using western propaganda, which it adopts as its own first person narrative, and criticism of the terrorists. The old “they all suck, support none, so we can dismember them without objection” zio-spam technique. Apparently the notthetalk.com hasbarats decided SyrPer is a threat to Israeli interests – it’s one of their specialties.

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    When you REALLY understand the way the Russians play ball and when you REALLY understand that the Syrians are getting help from THEIR friends.

    Truth and accurate info feeds the heart and the heart when in an army is hard to beat.The 400 does not sound out however you theorise.The SAA will WIN its now a forgone conclusion much blood will be spilt but they WILL WIN.

    A must see GLENN BECK short clip on arming the rebels .say no more.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqJfFrkzf8I&feature=youtu.bey

    art attac

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    Well folks, they are rebels. Rebels against bathing and shaving!

    Ziad Fadel
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    Dear Parviziyi, the ghouls sometimes are forced to concentrate by virtue of the SAA’s encirclements. You are correct, in general they operate in platoons of between 4-12 scum. In any case, the info I have is direct from the situs of the battle and the source is generally very reliable.

    As far as rats are concerned, I only mean to underline the basically malodorous nature of the enemy. In the end, I have no axe to grind with rodents. I do despise hyenas, however. Ziad

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    Greetings from Allentown.
    Regarding the mcall article, obviously the media runs to one of the idiots of the local Syrian population to get a quote.

    Had he made those comments about being ashamed of the Syrian Military in-front of any local Syrians, I am sure he would still be hanging from the very spot he made those statements.

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    I can tell you that 99% of the Syrians in Allentown support Dr Bashar and the Syrian govt. Allah Souri Bashar ew Bas!!!

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    Allah ma3 Allentown w sha3ba

    Ziad Fadel
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    I personally know Mr Ayoub Jarrouj and am deeply ashamed that he has evidently adopted the platform of the cancerous murderers in Syria. As long as his hands, gloved or not, are without blood, he will be forgiven. Ziad

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    In regards to Ambassador Green, he makes the point that Hafez and Bashar are two different people. This is really crucial, because many so-called “oppositionists” are actually fighting Hafez in their own minds, not Bashar. They are fighting someone who’s been dead for thirteen years.

    And since Bashar has forbidden any statues of himself, he has deprived anyone of the pleasure of pulling them down. While they have pulled down statues of his father, it’s not CNN-worthy to film fallen statues of a guy most Americans have never heard of.

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    >>And since Bashar has forbidden any statues of himself, he has deprived anyone of the pleasure of pulling them down. Hafez al Assad had to deal with the Muslim Brotherhood in his day.so ya….he ended over 20,000 of the Sons of bitches.Bashar created a Syria of harmony where numerous peoples of divergent faith,ALL….called themselves…..Syrian!its for this….and the nat gas/ relation to Russia and Iran that the evil US/NATO fall upon the neck of a people [Syria]….who have wronged…..No One!I worked 2 decades + building oil/nat gas process facilities world wide from Canada [from US Satellite shops in Canada ,,,such as… Read more »
    Ziad Fadel
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    The two are very different. I met Hafez once. He is not a frightening man at all. He was mirthful with me, almost avuncular. His son, grew up with a silver spoon in his mouth and did not have to grapple and claw his way to the top. Quite different. Ziad

    Глеб Казначеев
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    Hi dear Ziad, thanks for good news, especially from Tal Kalakh.

    I saw a great video, from comrade mundodesconocido2: http://youtu.be/MX8YtM2gesc

    if this video will be removed from youtube, i’m uploaded here:

    http://video.yandex.ru/users/grimsley/view/6/#hq

    Будьте здоровы и удачи Вам 🙂

    Ziad Fadel
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    Spaceba, again. I posted it. Ziad

    parviziyi
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    A reporter for the UK Independent daily newspaper, Patrick Cockburn, visited Tal Kalakh for three hours on Monday 24 Jun 2013 and wrote the following informative report about the situation Tal Kalakh: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/tal-kalakh-syrias-rebel-town-that-forged-its-own-peace-deal-8673695.html Among other things, he observed “no indications of recent destruction”. And: “The cache of [confiscated] weapons on show by the army… [was just] a few mortar bombs, rockets and explosives.” Patrick Cockburn also observed that on the south side of the town of Tal Kalakh “there was an area which looked as if shops and houses had been abandoned a long time ago…. There was an absence… Read more »
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    That sounds like the European perspective. Personally im here to read this mans Syrian perspective….

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    It’s Israeli, unfortunately, not European.

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    Bet he never went there. Maybe had a chat with a ‘commander’in an office in a safe city outside Syria. (UK papers/reporters never lie, never lie, never lie).

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    @ parviziyi

    The article by Patrick Cockburn largely agrees with Ziad’s reportage of the same situation. The area is under the control of the SAA.

    Ziad Fadel
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    I agree with Anon. I bet he never went there. The Independent is not reliable and is a mouthpiece for MI6. In any case, nobody described it as another Al-Qusayr or Al-‘Utayba. Ziad

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    Dear ZiadI am reading your blog on daily basis.You are doing an excellent job.I just want to ask you,how could be possible the IDLIB area to be almost clean from terrorist,when today we can see videos where these people beheading a Christian priest and an other poor man.The mob who behead them,looks to be very comfortable in the environment,and i can see that are in big numbers.Then I agree with the gentleman above.Is impossible the SAA to find concetrated 400 men.As far as Aleppo,i had a chat with a couple of Syrian friends.They told me that,yes the army is confident,but… Read more »
    Ziad Fadel
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    I agree about Aleppo in total as I wrote already. However, Idlib is increasingly rat free. It does not mean that there are no pockets of rodents left. Some areas, especially outlying villages, are forced to applaud the terrorists as they commit their atrocities. I can only tell you what I am getting from people in the area. Ziad

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    >>>We must comment here that the citizens of the town played a major role in helping our troops to identify locations of pests before giving them the Orkin treatment. Hello Ziad This is good on so many levels.1st….the Syrian Army [The soldiers and Milita] move on the spirit of The People.Key**…one is brave when one knows the sacrifice is honored.The SAA can move from point to point knowing the populace is cheering them on.the rats know each time the SAA,Militia or Hezbollah moves…they are the 1% about to be snuffed out like a candle.The memory now…..no victories for rats AT… Read more »
    Ziad Fadel
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    I agree. The Nabobs are next. Ziad

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    Dear Ziad, I share the scepticism of Parvizyi and AnonymousJune 26, 2013 at 1:13 PM regarding the “rodent” casualties in Tal Kalakh and the SAA being close to completing the Idlib campaign.Idlib is supposed to be the rebels major stronghold. Idlib being almost “cleansed” would mean SAA can attack and recapture the border crossings to Turkey and cut off the rebels supply routes. That would be a much bigger success than Qusayr and would “choke” the rebels in Aleppo and countryside.Also, killing 400 rebels would result in capturing hundreds of rifles, grenades, RPG launchers in addition to 1000s of rounds… Read more »
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    Hi nima. I am also sceptical. First, you use the word ” rebel ” instead of islamic terrorist, just like the commentor above you whom you are referencing, when we all know the term rebel is a corporate media ( read zionist media ) code word for ” a terrorist on our payroll “. With all due respect please clarify this for me and other readers, as well as provide links to where you post these questions and request additional coroborative data, military records and photos from other US/EU/ZIO/GCC corporate or government sponsored news sites. You know, if youre so… Read more »
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    “Hasbara has arrived to SyPer…..beware”

    Typical Jewish zionist webspamming. They come in swarms (to borrow a term for Jewish zionist webtrolling from Shamir).

    One sayanim posts ziospam out of nowhere, and others/sockpuppets soon show up agreeing with it. It’s a common webspamming tactic by the sayanim at notthetalk.com.

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    Ziad Fadel
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    I’m afraid you gentlemen are quite wrong. Idlib is not a strong-point for the rats. If you will notice, the city of Idlib itself is totally under the control of the SAA. Only border towns and crossings like Salqin are contested. It is only a matter of a short time before enough troops are freed to exterminate the rodent population completely. Just be patient. We just graduated another 36,000 new NDF. Ziad

    Ryan
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    Ziad, While off topic these two items you may not have heard about yet. The good news. Bill Clinton’s good buddy (and Israel’s) Marc Rich is dead. There is no telling what evil plans this guy had that won’t be fulfilled now. http://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/jewish-philanthropist-marc-rich-a-key-donor-to-israel-dies-at-78/ The bad news. Jewess billionaire Penny Pritzker has been confirmed to head up the Commerce Dept. This means the fox is guarding the chicken house and stealing will abound. http://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/jewish-hotel-heiress-penny-pritzker-confirmed-to-lead-u-s-commerce-dept/ The news items you posted above are excellent news, particularly the one about Tal Kalakh. This recapture will have a negative on the line of supply and… Read more »
    Ziad Fadel
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    It’s for Sunday. I’m happy Mark Rich is in Hell. Good show. Ziad.

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    Many comments in here from newly-arrived commentators are pouring doubts over Ziad’s reporting. I say to them that if they are doubtful, they should go and get their information elsewhere, and keep this site purely for those who put faith on the Syrian Perspective. There are plenty of other sites that they could dwell in with their ‘expert’ ‘analysis’ and I question their motive for trying to sow the seeds of doubt in Syrian Perspective. They are smirked with a sense of scepticism every time Ziad puts out a report and what’s worse is that they spread their sarcasm in… Read more »
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    Its called Hasbara. Zio’s and their puppets are monitoring this sight..

    Ziad Fadel
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    Not to worry. I will continue publishing. But those who cast doubt are only doing a service in insuring the most accurate news. I too, however, can disagree with the comments. Nothing wrong with robust exchange of ideas. Yours, Ziad

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    Hi probability that the non-believers-in-this-site are paid misinformers. After reading prisonplanet and rense, it’s straight onto your site. Regards from a loyal follower Thailand.

    Ziad Fadel
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    Thank you, comrade. Always stay in touch especially because I love Thai food. It is my dream to visit Bangkok some day. Ziad

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    I am a full supporter of Ziad and the SAA!! Go SAA, kill all those dreadful Salafi Jihadis!!

    Ziad Fadel
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    Yes. Yes. Yes. And so we shall. Ziad

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    Rebels Behead Syrian Civilians for Collaboration, Group Says MP1L866TTDS1 June 27 (Bloomberg) — Rebels fighting alongside the Syrian opposition have beheaded two civilians with knives in front of onlookers including children, a pro-opposition group said. The Syrian civilians were accused of collaborating with President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, the Coventry, U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on its Facebook page. The rebels, who spoke in classical Arabic with an accent, may have been Chechen, the observatory said. The beheading was caught on video and posted on YouTube. The civilians were captured in Khan al-Assal, a town west of Aleppo, according… Read more »
    Ziad Fadel
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    It may be a shame to call them rats. Maybe Zombie-Ghouls is better. Ziad

    freegypsyman
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    Ziad

    I wont rush in at this phase of the war but it seems more and more that NATO NWO will loose soon.

    So would you possibly consider to open a new chapter/register at your blog site, where your visitors might start to post the best victory celebration & syrian victory music?

    All the best to SAA & Syria as it prooves that resistance against the enemy of every human being is possible!

    Greets
    freegypsyman

    Ziad Fadel
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    We will inaugurate a new celebratory page. As you wish. Ziad

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    Video showing Chechen creature firing a MANPAD at helicopter. When he has fired he starts talking English with an American person…:

    Greetings from Holland,

    Michel

    Ziad Fadel
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    Extremely interesting. The readers should comment. Ziad

    Varangian
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    Excellent run down on the circumstances in Syria by Michel Chossudovsky of Global Reasearch.

    The Imperial Agenda in Syria – Michel Chossudovsky on GRTV:

    Ziad has discussed Robert Ford many times on this blog. Here is confirmation.

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    well true to form, the russkies have taken off now. isn’t that sweet? never trust the russians or anyone else for that matter when it comes to your own country and its well being. i suspect soon the russians will pull their fleet out of the Mediterannean. they talk the talk but they don’t walk the walk. i hope syrians remember what the russians do or don’t do as this war unfolds. remember it for later, when good old uncle vlad will come a calling about oil and pipelines and concessions and other stuff.

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    Not so fast Shlomo: “MOSCOW (AP) — Russia has withdrawn all military personnel from its naval base in Syria and replaced them with civilian workers, the Defense Ministry said Thursday.” Because: “The ministry didn’t explain why it was replacing military personnel with civilians, but the move could be part of efforts by Moscow to pose as an objective mediator trying to broker Syria peace talks.” And: “The ministry statement said that Tartus has continued to service the Russian navy ships. “They are continuing to work in a regular mode, and there is no talk about their evacuation from Tartus,” the… Read more »
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    Yeah, I dont think so haimen. Maybe in your wildest dreams. The Russians will hold their ground here. This is their national security and energy economy on the line. The US needs to stop stealing resources….This is lesson number one.

    http://english.ruvr.ru/news/2013_06_27/Russian-Defense-Ministry-denies-reports-on-military-withdrawal-from-Syrian-Tartus-7663/

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    The ‘ruskies’ (note: All MILITARY personnel) leaving syria is aimed at quelling the complaints from the ‘other side’ who use Russia’s military presence on Syian land as a justification for their own military intervention. What I have read is that the ‘ruskies’ have only left terra firma to go onto ships off Syrian coastlines. They have left but never did leave Syria. Smart move.

    SG Fella

    Ziad Fadel
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    They are still there and I trust Putin implicitly. Don’t believe the disinformation from the worst sources. There is no rational reason for Russia to withdraw. Ziad

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    @AnonymousJune 26, 2013 at 8:20 PM I am an early commentator of Syrper and have been referring to this site constantly. Rebel, terrorist, Jihadi…these are all words. Scepticism is not bad. Had the syrian and non-syrian Jihadis been more sceptical about the Aljazeera reporting they had not joined the “rebellion”.I am very grateful for Ziads reports but his numbers appear sometimes way too high. Either the “FSA” has 200.000 soldiers or they are easily compensating for their casualties. Otherwise they cannot control several border crossings, smuggle oil, fight on several fronts, etc.The alternative is that they are somewhere between 50-80000… Read more »
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    So. Maybe you should read another blog if you dont believe this one. And its not ziads words moshe, its Al Manar News and Syrian military. If you dont want the Syrian perspective, go to jerusalem post or bbc or msnbc, there you are welcome to be sceptical of the zionist perspective, the british perspective or the US perspective.. You didnt provide links where we can see you post these questions on other news sites. Please. I agree scepticism is not bad, thats why im sceptical of you. Please provide links and western media and military sources. The only reason… Read more »
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    @ Nima

    “…but his (Ziad’s) numbers appear sometimes way too high ….they are somewhere between 50-80000 but their daily losses are rather 50-60 than 150-300″.”

    May I correct you that these are not ‘his’ numbers but rather from his sources that he has on the ground. Can’t you even make this simple differentiation?

    And those numbers that you deliberate above, perhaps they originate from your own scepticism, and that is why ‘scepticism is good’ for you.

    SG Fella

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    There are many credible estimates that the rat forces are between 150,000-200,000. There are many latent units still operating – as brigands – sometimes and there are some who are operating independently of Salim Idriss’ nonsensical organization. The amount of money spent on salaries supports my numbers. Also, many of the rats operate from and return to Turkey. You cannot expect to defeat an army of 350,00 with the resources of the SAA unless you have 200,000. Otherwise, it is pointless. Ziad

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    And after foreign terrorists, merceneries are exterminated, don’t forget to find ways to exterminate those who are responsible, get and exterminate worm fatso of Qatar sheik (shit) Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, get worm of Turkey (clown) Erdogan, get worm of Egipt Mohhamed ( bozo) Morsi, get worm of Jordan king (cockroach) Abdullah II, get worm of Saudi Arabia king (rat) Abdullah and other clowns

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