AL-RAMOOSA LIBERATED BY SYRIAN ARMY

ALEPPO:

SyrPer can confirm that the much-heralded Turk-orchestrated “campaign” on Aleppo has been a complete, utter and unmitigated flop. Al-Raamoosa, a linchpin site for a rat resurrection in Aleppo has fallen completely into the hands of the SAA.  There are some pockets of resistance, mostly Chechen and Daghestani vermin, but, the winds of victory are clearly blowing in the camps of the Syrian Arab Army.

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Al-Raamoosa is important because of its location at the main southern highway and its approach into south Aleppo, not to mention petroleum storage reservoirs and the Sadkop Company.  As of last night, the rats were broomed out by the SAA and NDF.

 

Hanaanu Residencies:  An attempt to infiltrate into this area through 3 tunnels met with disaster when the rats were surprised to learn the SAA had already discovered them and laid a trap. I have no details about the number of dead rodents, but, Wael says there were over 40 dead.

Idlib-Aleppo Highway:  5 flatbeds with 23mm cannons were destroyed.  No details about casualties.

Central Prison area to the northwest:  SAA is taking the fight to the rats in Jubayla.  On-going clash.

Fighting reported in all these areas as part of Operation Canopus Star:  Kafr Hoot (It’s a hoot), Awram, Baabees, Al-Shaykh Sa’eed, Al-‘Aamiriyya, Al-Mansoora, Al-Layramoon, Al-Ataareb, Al-Zahraa District, Huraytaan, Daarat ‘Izza (a pickup with Doschka destroyed), Karfr Hamraa, Industrial Zone, Ba’eedeen Roundabout, Al-Saakhoor, Khaan Al-‘Asal, Khaan Toomaan, Kuwayris, Judayda, ‘Irbeed, Hameema, Al-Shuwayhana.

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HOMS:

Settlement of 57 terrorist rat cases

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Old City:  This part of town is being cleaned up. Thanks to loads of terrorists wishing to rejoin the human race, it’s going faster and faster.  57 signed papers yesterday promising not to engage in any more violence against the state, people and flag of Syria.

More on Homs in the next post.

NEWS AND COMMENTARY:

Finian Cunningham could not have said it better about Saudi Arabia, Bandar and the other apes:

http://nsnbc.me/2014/04/17/saudi-arabia-dismissal-of-bandar-purely-cosmetic/

But, now read this:

http://en.alalam.ir/news/1586153

And now read this about TOW missiles:

http://www.voltairenet.org/article183295.html

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Ali
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Good news.

I keep my fingers crossed for the Syrian Arab Army.
Please more good news today!

God bless Syria. Ali

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Well done.

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It is good to see the strenghtening of the southern border of Aleppo, the southern part of Aleppo ring is crucial as re supply and the safety Aleppo International Airport. Ziad, SAA is getting close to Al kindi Hospital, it will be another moral blow to the rats when it is freed from them after the whole murdering they have inflicted to the defenders back in December. Hadarat seems the key for total encirclement of Aleppo, hopefully with central prison siege over SAA can consolidate that area and fast forward toward Hadarat. On another note, there seems to be a… Read more »

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great news…will crack open a few beers to celebrate..victory to the Syrian people and the SAA

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Ziad, forgive my scepticism but when I was a child, I read ‘Noddy’ books. The officer of the law, PC Plod, would put naughty goblins in prison and would only let them out if they ‘promised to be good.’ Even as a child I sensed that this policy was unwise, to the point of being downright silly. In more recent times I recall a naive young man named Saif-Al-Islam releasing many convicted and proven terrorists, including Abdel Hakim Belhaj, after they had ‘renounced violence’ and like the goblins in the Noddy stories, they too had ‘promised to be good.’ Just… Read more »

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Ozsceptic, i get your point, i am also sceptic about the reintegration of terrorists into the normal population, but one have to consider the fact that most of the young men fighting against Syria are misled in a crafty way. The amnesty program is essential in the ending of the war against Syria. Most of the ( Syrian )men will realize they fought against their own country, the foreigners will have to find out the hard way when they die and it is to late to realize. The program has a major psychological inpact on a lot of these rats.

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whats happening to the front page of syrianperspective? did someone hacked and redirected it?

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cities and vilages all over syria should defend themselves as sydnaya, Army can not cover all spots

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I think no all the surrenders are Syrians. What is happening with the strangers fighters?. No jail for them. They have to face the death because there is not space for them in the Syrian society.