SYRIAN ARMY KO’S NUSRA IN ALEPPO’S LAYRAMOON; MAJOR RAT IN DER’AH KILLED BY MI

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AL-LAYRAMOON:  17 skunks belonging to Nusra were killed as they tried to break the Army’s grip on the iron cordon placed around northern Aleppo. The attack was typical of Nusra: a small van loaded with TNT and C-4 driven by a smiling idiot who thinks that by blowing himself into smithereens on the word of some Islamist quack will secure for him a condo in Paradise peopled by beautiful angels from Stepford, Connecticut.  Not so.  The poor, demented runt went up in blazes when alert SAA fired an RPG at him atomizing his carcass.  When the dust settled, the SAA counted 17 vermin dead with the rest of their pack heading toward Turkey.  I have no names, yet.

 

Al-Sukkari Quarter:  ISIS killed Abu Mus’ab Al-Halabi of the Al-Jabha Al-Islamiyya on November 11, 2014.  He apparently refused to part with his favorite catamite.

 

Fighting reported in all these areas:  Journalists’ Assoc. in Aleppo, Khaan Al-‘Asal, Old City, Al-Marja, Al-Zabadiyya, Handaraat, Al-Ashrafiyya, Huraytaan, Al-Raashideen First Block.

 

Castillo Road:  A pickup with 23mm cannon was destroyed and 3 rodents killed:

Mufeed ‘Izzeddeen Al-Baaz

Muhammad ‘Ali ‘Unaati

Yazan Bilaal Aksan

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DER’AH:

 

اغتيال أحد متزعمي

Bi`r Al-Suyyaah:  According to some sources, unknown assassins put the notorious rat leader, Ahmad Al-Masaalima, a/k/a Abu Muhammad Al-Soori, to death yesterday by emptying an entire cartridge into his writhing carcass.  At SyrPer, where the truth is found, we can tell our readers he was killed by a team of “cleaners” working in the Military Intelligence Directorate who are tasked with eradicating rodents like Al-Masaalima.  (There is a team specifically tasked with cleaning ‘Alloosh.)  That’s him in the picture above.  We’re sure he’s looked better such as when he was fighting in Afghanistan with the Taliban. This time, he made the mistake of joining Nusra, a transfer of loyalty that facilitated his swift descent into Hell.  Al-Masaalima hails from one of Der’ah’s largest clans.  They have our congratulations.

 

Nawaa:  Constant fighting.  The SAA killed a number of rodents yesterday and destroyed a reported 4 vehicles.  No other details known.

 

Fighting reported here: Abaazeed Quarter and Al-Manshiyya Quarter in Der’ah City.  Also, in Dayr ‘Adas, Busraa Al-Shaam, Bayt Al-Jamal east of ‘Itmaan, North Ibta’, SW Qarfa, Al-Samaaqiyyaat.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Interesting article about Obama and dead ends:

http://eaworldview.com/2014/11/syria-analysis-obama-calls-review-us-strategy-heads-dead-end/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=syria-analysis-obama-calls-review-us-strategy-heads-dead-end

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Hi Ziad, tks for the update. Any news on the now “promoted” Moscow I meeting that would discuss a politial solution for Syria. Tks again.

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¿What are the chances of a winter offensive, from the SAA, to take place in the coming months? seems like a good idea, but the summer fighting seems to have been very hard, tho I have no doubt It will pay out in ghouta, Alepo and, maybe, also in the Homs pocket.

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Oh no. Now they are skunks. Poor rats and skunks being compared to this horrible and evil NUSRA/ISIS/ISIL scum. Ziad should be nicer to rats and skunks because they are not as evil as these dirty bearded morons. 😉

Keep up the good work SAA. Keep being brave Syria. There are many people around the world who admire the bravery of the Syrian people.

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Anon: Well, we all know who spent 8 years ‘training’ the Iraqi Army, making sure it was staffed with senior officers who can only be described as ‘unreliable’, at best; no combat training, no training in logistics, nothing but the spit an polish of garrison duty. If the Iraqi Army is not up to what you call large scale operations, whose fault is that? And you want to come back in and sabotage, again, an army that’s rapidly becoming one that is a lean, tight killing machine? Of course you do. Iraq would be much better off if it could… Read more »

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HAY MENTAL read this you can go back to cheering murderers and beheaders later on.
http://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2014/11/kamal-alam-only-the-syrian-army-is-able-to-take-on-isis.html?

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Anyone know if the Syrian government has sent at least one official note of protest to the dwarf king for allowing terrorists to train and arm themselves in Jordan?

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keeping their poor hygiene in mind, are you certain the people in the photos aren’t just asleep? Americas hesitancy comes from being broke. but since we decided to spend the money it will take about 6 to 9 more months of bombing to really degrade their abilities to put soldiers in the field. the days of them zipping around in a herd of small trucks with heavy machine guns will come to an end. There are plenty of boots on the ground already(2 countries. a rebel group, and an ethnic minority)without sending in american troops. what a lot of these”Insiders”… Read more »

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Hi Ziad and everyone else. While watching and analyzing battle footage of urban fighting using tanks. I recognized that it must be particularly difficult for tank crews to carry out tactical maneuvers due to very limited visibility, tight room, obstacles, and of course, enemy ambushes and tunnels. I also noticed that SAA is finally utilizing drones in more significant numbers, especially the small, inexpensive, line-of-sight drones. Even “civilian” application drones which are $2,000 and could be used in this manner with minimum training and expenditures. Simple idea; which I believe will be “a must have” for all MBT’s within the… Read more »

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MH17 and Ebola: video and text article on why MH17 was shot down, plus info on the background of Ebola in Africa. Well worth the time.

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Wollt ihr den totalen Krieg? – History repeats?

UKRAINE is ready for “total war,” President Petro Poroshenko has said. “I am not afraid of a war with Russian troops, ” he added. http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/ukraine-ready-for-total-war-says-petro-poroshenko/story-e6frg6so-1227125121544
Fool. He should be…….

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News from Al Hasaka Province, I call it “the silent war” since we do not hear much what is going on there. ISIL has had a tough year in Al Hasaka, they not necessarily lost a lot of ground but they lost the innitiatives and all the battles for the 3 largest cities (Hasaka, Qamishili and Ras al Ayn). Now it starts to suffer loses in some key areas that ISIL nurses since it is neard gas fields and/or key supply routes. Hasaka is one of the largest Province within Syria for wheat production (nbr 2), though volume is down… Read more »

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This news from Farsnews is sort of confusing. I was aware that for almost 2 yrs Al Dumayr has a on going truce between Syria and rats, with SAA controlling a base in the heart of the city, rats around it and SAA controlling the bases and airport on the outskirts, so what is up now ? This past week the SAA liberated the Umm Ramaan hill near the Damascus-Bagdad highway, near Al Dumayr, so not sure this is connected. Right now this is not making sense, anyway I appreciate any additional info on this supposed SAA advance toward Al… Read more »

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Strange day with strange news, read this : Ba’ath Brigades have entered Al-Raqqa via Salamiyyah. Though I love to see Syria taking back lost ground in Raqqa, I wonder what is the strategy here since no SAA soldiers are on this “offensive”. It seems we will here more about it soon, anyway, strange and interesting news.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6LCvw74XiY&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkbccYmevZ0&feature=youtu.be

source: syria24, Leith Fadel etc…

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If this testimony of courage does not touch you, not sure what will then. My kudos to Youssef Haddad from the NDF, wounded in Maaloula, a true hero, not only a Syrian hero, a world hero, may his example shed light to the darkness in this world, shame on you “coalition of the killing”, against these Syrian heroes you will never succeed.

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Top U.S. General: 80,000 Competent Iraqi Forces Needed to Recapture Territory From ISIS http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/11/17/Top-U-S-General-80-000-Competent-Iraqi-Forces-Needed-to-Recapture-Territory-From-ISIS The highest-ranking U.S. military officer told lawmakers that a force of 80,000 “competent” Iraqi troops is necessary to retake Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, and other territory lost to Islamic State jihadists. Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, estimated that there are between 15,000 and 18,000 “core” Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS and ISIL) fighters, with two-thirds of them in Syria and the rest in Iraq. “We’re going to need about 80,000 competent Iraqi security forces to recapture the… Read more »

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Ba’ath Brigades have entered Ar-#Raqqa via #Salamiyyah #SAA #NDF https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6LCvw74XiY&feature=youtu.be

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Kindly old General Al-Freij is like Santa Claus for these Nusra kids, throwing open his candy stores for another ammo and weapons free-for-all, this time at Nawa, SAA Brigade 112.

Such boundless generosity in a time of need is surely a fine example for all right-thinking people?

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