Aleppo Central Prison Completely Liberated !

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I was out of the office today because of an important assignment.  I returned to find my desk and all my computers filled with reports which I must sort out tomorrow.

CONFIRMED, THE PRISON IS COMPLETELY FREED OF TERRORISTS.  THE ENTIRE AREA IS NOW UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE SYRIAN ARMY. We saw Lt. Yusuf among the officers who were filmed by SANA.  You cannot imagine the delight.  I will be posting everything tomorrow. Sorry about today. Ziad

 

20 May – Liberating Skeikh Najjar power plant and Qal’at Agop hill

The Army captured the Sheikh Najjar power plant and Qal’at Agop hill right next to it, which opened the way towards the central prison, bringing government troops to one kilometer from the prison complex. There were also reports that some troops had already arrived to reinforce the prison. After the capture of the hill, the military attacked the village of Haylan, which was the last insurgent stronghold before the prison.

21 MayLiberating Haylan and terrorists destroy al-Kindi hospital

The military captured Haylan, as government forces had broken through on the road leading to the prison. At the same time, insurgents blew up the al-Kindi hospital in fear it could be used for monitoring terrorists supply routes. Soon after, Army tanks had reached and taken up positions at about 500 meters from the prison complex. The area was witnessing heavy artillery shelling, with government troops dropping at least 30 barrel bombs from military helicopters over the previous 24 hours, as insurgent forces were fast retreating from the area due to the government’s superior firepower. During the two days of fighting, at least 50 rebels were killed.

22 May – The final liberation of Aleppo Central Prison

The Army had finally broken the siege of the prison as tanks and armored vehicles entered the complex. The Air Force dropped more than 100 barrel bombs during the final push to reach the prison.This put the north-east approach to Aleppo under the control of government forces. SAA used an effective flanking maneuvering attack from the southeast, southwest and northeast leaving the terrorists on their heels.

Personal thoughts

I was almost touched to tears. Literally struggling to find the right words. These brave soldiers suffered under daily shells, gunfire and suicide bombs. Supplies were delivered by helicopter and they ate once every other day. Clean water was scarce and they had no shaving gear available. They were besieged for more than 500 days. Their 24/7 was an absolute nightmare. Now they are free.

History will never forget the efforts of these brave hero’s!!

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dudleydoright911
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Awesome news. I hope the landscape is littered with chechnyan terrorists.

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Heroes to a man. The story of their victory would make one hell of a movie! The hordes of Chechen barbarians that they cleansed from the earth just make events even sweeter.

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I am totally elated at this fantastic news. May God bless them. They are going to be remembered for their acts of heroism.

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First video from inside the newly liberated central prison
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=536_1400776845

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I must admit arabs fight well as seen in Aleppo, as well as Hezbollah, Iranians are good by stopping Iraq, and Armenians managed to take 20% of its historical homeland from Zionist Azerbaijani’s. The west better not mess with these ancient empires as they have lasted for thousands of years.

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Dear Admin. You already know my patriotic stance on the Syrian Matter. However, I would like to contribute with the following I always assume that your facebook page is updated by individuals in the USA, but that means stating things like ‘F%&* Obama’ or ‘F$%^ USA’ etc. is punishable by law as per the patriotic act, et al. It is like every country in the world where freedom of expression reaches a point of dishonoring elected officials / flag / national unity / etc. I am not speaking of morality here, but just advising that such derogatory terms could lead… Read more »

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First ever comment here though i have been following syper for the last nine months. Thanks for all the info here from Zaid and all the others. I am really pleased that the prison has been relieved.Amazing courage and bravery to have held out so long. Yet such genuine warmth and humanity comes through in their interviews. I am awed and overwhelmed.by those in the prison and the rest of the the Syrian people

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Alhamdulillahi rabbil alamin, Allah protected this little prison from the misled terrorists until liberation came. The western tactics that is to brainwash Muslims and then send then to suicide own people didn’t work, because suicide is strongly forbidden by Allah. Let it be reminder to other fools.

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Behold, I show you the Superman

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God bless the heros of Aleppo Central Prision, what a fight they took. Salute!

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Time shouldn’t be wasted and the encirclment of the rebel-held area of Eastern Aleppo must start A.S.A.P

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Amazing epicness to see that the tough battle finally ended……I’m sure most of us had seen rat’s videos assaulting the prison…and claimed….bla…bla…victory…bla…bla….(Remember that British white robbed suicide bomber ?)

Beside all this joy…. let’s not forget those brave warriors who defended al-Kindi hospital last year and finally were executed by Anus Rats……

al-Kindi fell, but those defenders put up a stiff & stubborn fight……

Great to hear that finally the siege of Central Prison is over

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A great day to praise the heroes from CP. Their suffering was rewarding, at least.
Now let them brave SAA comrades close the Aleppo pocket for total defeat of the bombtruckdrivingbeardedbeheaderscum!

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Ziad as a carreer polititian do not act to fast. Assad only appoint those who he trust.

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How many soldiers do you suppose have been liberated at the prison? I imagine a large number, and who will soon bolster the push to cleanse Aleppo entirely.

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Great news. This is a victory for whole of Syria ans as well for Syrianperspective. You have shown once again the reporting is a 100% based on truth. Congratulations! kind regards to your wife’s nephew. True hero’s!

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it does not necessarly have to be a large number. Jose Marti once said that the men who fight for a right cause and are totally behind it automaticly find the best positions on the battlefield. One Syrian soldier is worth more then a thousand rats ( in fact one syrian soldier is priceless) and the Syrian army is way smarter then their enemies and the enemy is aware of that.

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Incredible (: what a day to remember!

Jbeileh (directly west), the Glass Factory (directly north), and Storage Facility (south west) of the prison are done for as well. Those 3 areas were the ones with direct militant fire at the prison – they have now been silenced.

This puts the enemy over 1 km away in every direction – hence the safety of the entire prison area and everything flat around it for a whole 1km.

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This is such incredible news. I have been on tenterhooks for so long praying for this day. I often wondered what condition the prison was in on the inside, and how the prisoners were doing. Based on the video, it appears that even when the guards and army were under the most severe conditions, they didn’t neglect the prisoners, and kept them fed, and gave them enough water that they are in reasonably good condition. That shows that the army, and the government that runs the prison is principled, moral, and humane. Unlike the animals who besieged the prison. All… Read more »

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ALL HAIL SAA!!

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Glory to heroes at Aleppo Central Prison, and SAA!
SAA should clean up Daraa and close borders with Israel and Jordan. After that you can send some of those units up north…

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This is the stuff of legend,Leonidis and the 300 would be proud this is living history and we are alive to witness it,this is a story for the grandchildren,The heroic Syrian Nation.The story of the Righteous Among the Nations,Hail Syria………

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Congratulations to the hereos of aleppo!

i hope the SAA makes sure, that there are no tunnels and no tnt near or under the prison. The Terrorists cant fight as brave and coordinatet as the SAA, they have no Chance on the battelfield, but they can dig tunnels, and blow up buildings. So please SAA make sure there are no tunnels under the prison!! imagine what would happen if those fu**ing rats manage to blow up a part of, or the whole prison.

I wish all the figthers of SAA all the best.

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A day of happiness, joy and celebration, this siege was painful but it is the true side of this conflict, it illustrates well the resilience of the Syria people to deprivations as well the will to defend its homeland, the heros must he remembered forever. Congratulations SAA, NDF and allies for this important victory, Ziad, my hats for you for your true emotions, wanted you to know we feel what you say, each words and emotions. Thank you.

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I’m watching that video and literally tears come to my eyes. I want to hug these men. Bless them.

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The SAA has made me proud to be of their nationality, this is the best news in a while, Ziad must be over the moon as is all his family, may God protect them and all the Syrians and all the good people here as well.

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Congratulations SAA !!!

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Mentat ……. We have Richard Sanchez but he is a poor substitute.

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Rock on SAA all the way to Hell Aviv and Riyadh!! Kick the devils into the bowels of hell.

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According to the Laboratory of Human Shyte, at least 20 people have been killed after mortar fire hit an election rally in support of president Bashar al-Assad in southern Syria.The attack also wounded at least 30 people as Assad supporters gathered in a tent in the city of Deraa, A child was among those killed in the mortar attack, the first of its kind on Assad supporters since campaigning got underway earlier this month. Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman squeaked that this attack “is a clear message from rebels (!!) to the regime (!!) that there is not one safe… Read more »

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Such wonderful news, Congratulations SAA soldiers. What I was suprised to see that there were so many prisoners in there as well. How did they feed everyone over the last 500 odd days? Amazing if so many were actually inside the prison. Why didn’t the terrorists kill the prisoners or did the Obama wonderboys not penetrate deep enough into the grounds to get at them?
Love to be the one to tell this story in a film or doco.

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A hero indeed! Well done bold SAA, well done brave Lt Yusuf!
Ziad, we all share your pride, your happiness and (undoubtedly) your family’s immense relief that he is well.
PS: We give you permission for more time out of the office, if you would like to go celebrate!

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the people in the west are being controlled by kapitalist fascism under the guise of democracy, if you know a bit of the history of these imperialist you will have your ( probably rethorical) question anwsered. The imperial beast has no moral. They will kill a baby and claim the good guy who opposes them did it.

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In a moment of joy, we must give respect for those who fallen, i am happy for Aleppo prison to be deblockeded, but so sad that Kindi Hospital defenders died 🙁
1. Can someone give translation of video in english
2. for Ziad: can you please make some articles, or translate about heroes of this war? No information in western segment of internet in them. I know some Syrian general even fight shoulder to shoulder with their soldiers. Please 🙂

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Greetings, Ziad the mentat, and Chris. Thanks for bringing this happy news. The men of all the world must stand back and acknowledge the bravery and grit of the mighty Syrian Arab Army. Tomorrow I will go forth and acquire a carton of Coopers’ finest beer, and raise a glass or two to these heroes. It may well have been possible for them to have scuttled away at some point, but these men never allowed this valuable asset to fall into the hands of Shaitans’ rodents. Soon the brave Syrian people will demonstrate their love of democracy, and their faith… Read more »