SYRPER PREDICTS ANNIHILATION OF TURK-TERRORISTS AT CENTRAL PRISON ON OR BEFORE SATURDAY

 

هجوم مباغت عبر مجموعات كوماندوز.. الجيش السوري يستعد لفك الحصار عن سجن حلب المركزي

NUSRA DEFENSES COLLAPSE ACROSS SPECTRUM OF FRONTS IN THE NORTH OF THE CITY!  DIRECT REPORTS TO SYRPER FROM AN OFFICER ON THE GROUND NOW CONFIRMS THAT THE FOLLOWING HAS BEEN TAKING PLACE OVER A SPAN OF ONLY 10 HOURS:

The Syrian Armed Forces have established complete control over the town of Heelaan and at the Akool Hilltop.  The Nusra defenses were found to be abandoned in a scene described as “anarchic” with 23mm cannons, mortars and boxes of ammunition left behind in testament to the sudden and bone-crushing nature of the SAA assault.  We can now confirm that an infantry brigade has arrived at the walls of the prison to take over complete control; one of the officers is my wife’s nephew.

Sources in the terrorist camp have declared a withdrawal of all the following terrorist groups from the prison area:  Jabhat Al-Islam, The Green Arabian Gulf Brigade (“Al-Kateebat Al-Khadhraa` Al-Khaleejiyya”, yawn) and the so-called FSA.  They were the first to flee.

We can also confirm that the SAA has now taken over total control of the Electric Station and the entire Industrial Arc in Al-Shaykh Najjaar in operations of jaw-smacking force and suddenness, all part of Operation Canopus Star.

 

Courtesy of Wikimapia:
Courtesy of Wikimapia:

 

The terrorists are reportedly withdrawing through Jubayla but appear not to be fortifying in that town. Instead, by all appearances, this is a Turk-ordered withdrawal for redeployment to the Turkish border areas in a declaration of surrender and defeat.

I will have lots more news for you after I come back from an assignment.  Let the liars and propagandists who called some of our reports “triumphalism” now squirm in humiliation as the war to end the terrorist plague continues apace. ZAF

SYRPER PREDICTS ANNIHILATION OF TURK-TERRORISTS AT CENTRAL PRISON ON OR BEFORE SATURDAY 1
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Dan from Brazil
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6 years ago

Hello Ziad! Can’t wait to see a new map of Aleppo showing the rats completely surrounded! 🙂 Keep up the good work, you are my number one source of news about Syria!

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My cousins cousin is in Aleppo as a Syrian soldier in an armoured role!! God bless the Syrian soldiers, I got news that he is safe and is pushing north. He is called Maher, and is a Christian. One day I will return to my homeland to Homs city! Also I love Sunnis and alawites and maybe a few Kurds 😀

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There is good and bad in all, i even see it in my kind, i don’t care who is what as long as they are kind good people who respect you.

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Are the Kurds really fighting the Syrian Army in Hasaka?? Multiple sources are saying so. The Syrian Army is kicking ass but doesn’t need any new headaches. I hope this doesn’t expand.

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6 years ago

Too bad !

Soon Aleppo Prison can’t be used slaughtering retarded snackbaryans anymore. Hmmm, wonder if there could be found another perfect life firing-range for SAA-recrutes.

Gnomeo

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6 years ago

map?

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So I’m generally not a huge fan of walid shoebat because of his checkered past and virulent hatred of islam but this article is interesting. HE claims to have scooped the fact that Jarba is a drug dealing criminal but we know Syrper had this covered months ago.

http://shoebat.com/2014/05/20/obama-embraces-works-major-muslim-jihadist-leader-international-drug-trafficker/

He notes a prominent activist ( and cam whore ) who was busted having cyber sex with a rebel savage leader then after she was cast into the garbage, she was then hired as a PR bitch for Jarba.

She is perhaps an equivalent of Elizabeth O’bag lady..

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6 years ago

personally i don’t believe it is a good idea to hold elections during war time. It almost seems that this is done to prove a point to the west, wich is useless. We all can see that the West is keen on the destruction of Syria. The elections will probably cost civilian lifes due to terrorism.

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I suspect there is a very intelligent calculation behind it, apart altogether from the constitutional imperative to hold an election. Following the failure of Geneva 2, it means that the Syrian government is taking the initiative politically; it is setting the agenda, while at the same time the SAA is taking the initiative on the battlefield and determines the course of events there. This leaves the enemies of Syria, foreign and domestic, floundering around, on the back foot. They have no strategy, no clue what to do other than criticise the idea of elections, which makes them look kind of… Read more »

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6 years ago

how did that pretty blonde become my avatar?

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I don’t know hot stuff but if you’re single I’m looking. j/k hahahaha.

I think WP guy ( one of the site admins ) was feeling silly and added them. You’ll note mine is don’t give a F**K dudley.

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6 years ago

Why is the Central Prison “strategical”?

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Hey, because it a strongpoint and can be integrated into the siege of Aleppo.

cheers
J

Anonymous
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Reply to  Ziad Fadel

That “storage terrain” southwest the Prison seems easy to take.

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Prison is important because its next to a major road directly into rebel areas of aleppo so if they blockade it chokes off a supply route for rebels.

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Sorry I mistakenly thumbed up your question. There are a few reasons why it is of great strategic importance. 1. It is a Govt stronghold located in Northern Aleppo. So strong that the rebels have been trying to break into it with armored suicide trucks but have failed repeatedly. 2. Breaking the siege means that the Govt controls an arc of territory from the airport north to the prison, reversing the tables on the “rebels” and effectively besieging “rebel-held” Eastern Aleppo. 3. It opens the way to the besieged towns of Nubbl and Zahra, which once they are freed from… Read more »

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Many thanks, really appreciated your strategic analysis, also didn’t know government had a sort of “control” on the area from the soon to be liberated Prison and the area near the besieged al-Zahra, posing a threat to the rebels positions.

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Hi, because the SAA could than move in on the rebel positions in Layramoun, Kafr Hamra and Haritan from behind and from the east with this new front. The terrorist/rebels especially in Layramoun and surrondings would be forced to withdraw or get destroyed. Such moves would close the noose and the siege would be imposed. This would than pose a danger to the siege of Nubul and Zahra as there would be pressure on Anadan and other towns. As said once Nubul and Zahra are free the rebel territory is spilt into 2 large pieces basically cutting off Hama and… Read more »

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Because the FSA/AL-nusrats/Chechens terrorists, and the rest of scum tried and tried to take the prison and failed miserably, they lost a lot of men and a lot of resources. The soldiers and defenders from the prison bravely endured the attacks, this is great victory considering that the SAA has lost places like the Menagh Air Base, The Al-kindy Hospital, The Tamico Complex and others, break the siege and support the men there, is a high moral victory.

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It makes sad, though. 500 metres… the other side is inferior of manpower. But is supplied with so many weapons and so much destructive power and is bribed so much…. it is not about a military success but about the other side wanting to create chaos and destruction. Yes, this is regulary called “terrorism” and I am still shocked that western countries now officially support terrorist tactics.

Hey, I am German and Deutsche Bank is now partly owned by Jabhat Al Nusra/al Thani-dictators- you know how confusing the developments in recent years are?

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ziad, is there concern over the welfare of the president leading up to the election? [ and after the election ]

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I think the president is more concerned about the president than you are.

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BOMB THE FUCK OUT OF THOSE DOGS SAA, USE ALL YOU HAVE,WHO CARES WHAT THE WORLD SAYS !!!

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Russia should supply syria with some АВБПМ !!!

Would be pure beauty to see the last ratnest burn under the big cloud of this weapon!

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In fact Mr. Fadel i`m Albanian, but my father loves Alexander the Great, so he gave me this name, and this is my real one.
On the topic now, as it takes to the force applied by the SAA i really don’t understand why Syrians shouldn’t use heavy hang on the barbaric forces led by the US.
Wahhabism is a dark buuuuuuuuuuuut very dark ideology mate !!!

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سوريا: مراسلة الميادين: قوة الجيش المعززة بالدبابات تقدمت داخل سجن حلب المركزي وأوصلت ذخيرة للقوة المدافعة عن السجن

Newsflash on mayadeen….syrian army supported by tanks advances into aleppo central prison, delivers ammo to the prison’s defending forces.

Rgds,

Martin

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6 years ago

Slightly confused zaid thought saa had control of prison and where under siege till breakthrough?

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take care and look for traps and tunnels! Go SAA, crush the rats!

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The SAA should (I’m sure they do) put special attention to the tunnels attacks, the principal bases and check points are in danger.

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Thank you for the great updates ! How wonderful to reach abandoned defences !

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Thank God all are safe Ziad, i know what it’s like to lose them, 3 down for me but there are plenty more where they came from, i wish i could reveal more info, but i will give you a snippet, in one instance 17 terrorists dead to one on our side, another was 30 dead terrorists to zero.

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Ziad, thanks for your hard work, bringing us the best and most reliable source of news from Syria. I’m sorry to bring this up yet again but is ‘Operation Canopus Star’ the ‘Big Surprise’ that we were once awaiting? … OR has the ‘surprise gone, been postponed, never needed or is there still a Big Surprise yet to come?

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I think the Big Surprise is no longer a big secret…. http://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2014/05/12/syria-the-new-hezbollah-syria/

By the way… Elijah Magnier ist also a really good source: https://twitter.com/EjmAlrai

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Crush the rats !

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Kick them beyond recognition!

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Hopefully the SAA does! That may be why so many stinking rat carcasses can’t be be identified!
Pity to soil a good pair of boots on them, though.

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Great news! Nawa is about to be liberated too!

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sounds like russia didn´t let syria stand alone in the rain 🙂