SECOND POST – JUNE 3, 2013 – ALL ALEPPO ON VERGE OF LIBERATION AS SPECIAL FORCES, MILITIA AND HIZBOLLAH ENCIRCLE THE NORTH; SYRPER’S CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE MCCAIN AND ROGERS

SECOND POST – CONFIRMED!! ALEPPO NOW ENVELOPED BY SYRIAN ARMY SPECIAL FORCES, MILITIA AND HIZBOLLAH.  PREPARE FOR THE CLEANSING OF THIS GREAT CITY; SYRPER DEMANDS THE CAPTURE AND EXECUTION OF TRAITOR ‘ABDUL-JABBAR AL-UKAYDI

This just in from Aleppo:  Over 18,000 new reinforcements have arrived north of Aleppo City who are preparing to storm the northern quarters.  Of these forces, a full armored division, 6 SF groups, 6 brigades of militia and 2,400 Hizbollah fighters are in position for the offensive.  Already, we are seeing MiG and Sukhoi bombers hitting areas in Hanano where rats are concentrated.  This is it!!  Geneva-2 is meaningless.

We will start detailed coverage tomorrow as more Intel comes in.  Go Syrian Army! Go, Hizbollah!  Go, People’s Militias!! Kill them all!!!
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OUR CAMPAIGN TO VILIFY AND EDUCATE JOHN MC CAIN AND MIKE ROGERS (R of Michigan) has just begun.  SyrPer is calling on all of you to participate in this effort.  I will list their contact numbers tomorrow morning and hope all of you, your friends, associates, family members and others will join with us in getting the message across.  Get ready.  ZAF

 


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Sown on the Path
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hezbollahs role is becoming more mysterious with each battle. unless you listened closely to what the young lion of syria said in the last interview.

Ryan
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Hezbollah is the best light infantry of the Arab world and easily in the top five of the World’s militaries in this field. Over the years this army has evolved from a guerilla force to that of a profession military. They are highly trained, well led and possess equipment that ranges from good weaponry to superb commications equipment. Their signal intercept capability is excelllent as the Izzies found out to their dismay back in 2006 when they had their heads handed to them by Hezbollah forces. Here is a good book of that war: 27580074-Lebanon-2006-How-Hezbollah-Defeated-Israel.pdf For all practical purposes they… Read more »
Ziad Fadel
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Good hunting, indeed. I agree with your comments. Ziad

Zultra
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Here is something to read about the slime McCain.

http://www.npiamerica.org/uncategorized/syria-today-america-tomorrow/

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McCain will never learn, even when he was enrolled in Hanoi University Corrections Studies, he didn’t learn. This guy is not just an ugly American. He’s just ugly, he hasn’t achieved anything and he is just the last cruel gasp of the dying American colonialism that is just an embarrassment to us all. His actions border on the criminal.

Zultra
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He is a Jew-slave like the rest of the government..

Ziad Fadel
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Then, call today and excoriate him. Ziad

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Ah this is such a good post ! except i dont believe in “kill them all”, just “put them all in prison”.

but otherwise such a great post. thank you Ziad, thank you Syria.

Ziad Fadel
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A pleasure, my friend. Ziad

Ryan
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“OUR CAMPAIGN TO VILIFY AND EDUCATE JOHN MC CAIN AND MIKE ROGERS (R of Michigan) has just begun.” Ziad, I’m with you on the vilifying part. In fact, I may be way a head of you because I have been cussing McCain for years. 🙂 He himself has provided me with plenty of material. Alas, I’m afraid that when it comes to educating him that unlike the ongoing counteroffensive this is a lost cause. McCain is simply too much of a shabbos goy and I bet they have all sorts of incriminating evidence to keep him that way. You might… Read more »
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Moon Of Alabama’s Herr Berhard Horstmann was a Herr Officer in the NATO war machine that is now threatening Syria and the rest of the world? That makes him part of that establishment, mentally and politically. It also answers why the role of Israel, America and NATO are downplayed in his commentaries about critical aspects of the Syrian conflict, and the roles of countries like Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are played up. It also explains his curious friendships with various American and British undercover security service agents doing counter intelligence work on the web and in the progressive movements.

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I also was a part of NATO back at the time he served. As far as NATO goes I wanted it disbanded right after the Warsaw Pact dissolved. As for his writings I suppose that is a matter of how you view them. I note that he has been highly critical of the GCC, Britain, France, Turkey, the US and of course, Israel, when it comes to Syria and for that matter, the nonsense known as the GWOT. The other things you wrote of I would like to see some examples if you can provide them. Anyway, thanks for providing… Read more »
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I will look at these and probably post them on the front page. Ziad

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Ryan

I thought the same way about the Moon Of Alabama blog when I first saw it. But over the months I noticed some serious things missing. The most blatant missing piece in his analysis was that of Israel. Until the recent Israeli attack on Syria, Horstmann almost never mentioned Israel in the context of Syria. It was only when Israel did something with regard to Syria that couldn’t be ignored they got a mention. And then the Israelis were portrayed as tools of the Americans.

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Dear Ziad,

It’s never a good idea to execute prisoners, even deserters. The enemy is more likely to surrender if they know they will be well treated, thus avoiding unnecessary bloodshed and prolonged conflict. This is mentioned in the Art of War, by Sun Tzu.

Sown on the Path
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absolutely correct. execute them later.

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In that case, the SSA can use some half destroyed apartment buildings in Darayya as improvised prisons.

IEDs to their supporting structure could then happen later by unknown “terrorists”.

But still this is not the best option. best is to send them home, where ever that is.

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I have a real problem with deserters. I’m sorry. They must be executed so that soldiers in the future know what to expect. These rats did not go AWOL to meet their pregnant girlfriends. They turned their weapons on their own comrades. Death to deserters. Ziad

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You have a point there, Ziad. We can’t have soldiers deserting and then turning their guns on their former comrades. It’s one thing to desert out of principle, and another to desert out of opportunism (wanting power after Assad falls). BUT, in the interest of ending the conflict as soon as possible, prisoners should be well-treated as an incentive for surrendering. However, that doesn’t mean there shouldn’t be consequences. All prisoners should be put to good, hard-ass labor repairing the damage they caused. And if they refuse to work, then you can put their ass in front of a firing… Read more »
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..Or Syria can do the Fidel Castro option since the western fascist regimes loves and nurture their “freedom fighters” so much:

Fill and send these criminals, bandits and cannibals by super tankers to Marseilles & Miami, one way ticket, and let them have a time of their miserably lives…

/Mikhas

Ziad Fadel
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I’ll arrange it with ClubMed. Ziad

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According to RT Putin said that the S-300 is not yet delivered: “As for the S-300s, it’s one of the best air defense systems in the world,” Putin said following a Russia-EU summit. “It’s a serious weapon. We would not like to tip the balance of power in the region. We signed the contract a few years ago. It has not been implemented yet.” Hard to say what he means by tipping the balance since 400 nukes and the third largest military in the world clearly is to the Zionist abomination´s favour and no one else’s. Obviously though, the S-300´s… Read more »
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It’s in the subtlety.

A state-of-the-art Russian weapons system being transshipped to Syria to neutralize the potential for any Anglo-American-NATO-Israel assault on Syria and the Russians are actually supposed to do what? Give the date, time, flight numbers, flight paths and exact time of the delivery of the S-300 systems?

Are people stupid or should we just beat them over their heads with their shoes like the Muslims do when they are confronted with idiots?

Ziad Fadel
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We have had the S-300 for years and it is the backbone of the Syrian air defense system. This new generation is something else. Let’s see. But, Dr. Assad said Syria had received the first load. Mmmm. Ziad

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re: John McCain. The linked video by Jeff Gates is a good background on John McCain and his history culminating in being an asset for Israel and the Bronfman crime syndicate. The Bronfman’s were channeled into Canada and then arranged for running alcohol into America by British connections during prohibition. Mainly the Montefiore and the de Hirsh family. The Montefiore family is a premier crime family and one of the biggest supporters of Israel in Britain today. That’s why prohibition was set up in America which came through the British Privy Council into America: so that alcohol could be monopolized… Read more »
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re: Russia neutralizes the British – again. There seems to be several spellings of the city where this battle is intensifying. Some sources are calling it “Al-Qusayr”, while a few other sources are calling the city “Qusair.” I think it is the same city being referred to. Anyway, look at this: Russia diplomatically neutralizes Britain again at the UN when the British were blocked by Russia on British-drafted resolution that criticizes the Syrian regime’s offensive in the strategic town of Qusair in Syria just a short way up the road from Lebanon. Russia is covering you Syria, now annihilate them.… Read more »
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“We will start detailed coverage tomorrow as more Intel comes in. Go Syrian Army! Go, Hizbollah! Go, People’s Militias!! Kill them all!!!”

Go Ziad! Go! I’m with u all the way buddy!
Big MO!

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@Ryan: I agree that Hizbollah’s infantry is probably some of the best in the world… but as far as I have been able to determine, it’s quite a small force. In 2006 they defeated the zionists using about 3000 men, the Nassr brigade. What is Hizbollah’s active duty strength? Nobody knows, but the largest figure I’ve seen is around 7.000, supposedly organized as a proffessional brigade, a part-time brigade and special forces. Therefore, how could Hizbollah send several thousand fighters alway into Syria? What impact can they have in a war involving, just one the government side, over 200,000 men?… Read more »
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My apologies, Luca, I wasn’t as clear as I should have been. It wasn’t my intent to downplay the role of the SAA as I consider it to be a fine army. The proof of this is not only coming within a cat’s whisker of throwing the Israelis off the Golan Heights in 1973, but other efforts as well in Lebanon. The fact this army and its militia is still in the field after all the forces sent against it by these various Judeo-Plutocratic powers is a great achievement. My intent was to emphasis the useful combination of light forces… Read more »
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@Ryan
Thanks for your reply! I don’t see how Hezb could send so many fighters into Syria without significantly weakening their home base, South Lebanon. And nº 1 priority is to defend base. I’ll elaborate further in a couple of hours or so, when I get off work!
Cheers!
Luca K

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You’re welcome, Luca. Well, that’s a chance they have to take. I see Hezbollah not having any choice but to send as many troops as they can not only for moral reasons, but strategic reasons as well. While the SAA has been putting up a good fight to hold on to the most important areas the situation looks like the FSA is holding their own. With the help of the pro-Israel media it looked like they were winning prior to the counteroffensive at Qusayr. Perceptions are everything here and with the success of the attack combine with barbarous stupidity of… Read more »
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@RyanA dude from Moon of Alabama has ideas that mirror mine, here goes : “My guess is that, if Hezbollah had committed as many fighters to Syria as these reports suggest, both Hariri and his zionist allies would be undertaking all manner of probes and provocations to take advantage of the weakening of forces in south Lebanon. The likelihood is that Hezbollah’s role in Syria is largely in training militias and in “forechecking”, to employ a hockeyism, to prevent the salafist internationals from shelling refugee camps and villages. Right now Hezbollah have been selected to play “villain of the month”… Read more »
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Greetings, Luca. I think you are correct about the training and defending the villages. Hezbollah has been doing that for a while. It is only recently that they engaged themselves in a major way which leads me to think that they have more manpower available than most people suspect. One of the cannibal commanders claims they had 15,000 troops at Qusayr. I don’t believe him, but I do believe that they had around 6,000 or so. A force like that being kept concentrated and coming in from an unexpected direction through terrain the terrorists may not be keeping a close… Read more »
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Hello Ryan and thanks much for part 2! Yep, the bit about the “line of Hezbollah fighters on mountain bikes in a steep ravine south of the Litani river riding at high rates of speed.” on just the back wheels and holding RPGs/cell phones is bull. But Lamb makes reference to training vids and all, even mentions a commander in UNIFIL that is familiar with said exercises and quotes him(unfortunately does not give the officers name)… Do you reckon he just made this all up? Perhaps he was told lies and given that he is not and to my knowledge… Read more »
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The Russian flag has a double headed eagle for a reason it seems….

/Mikhas

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