AL-RAQQA: As we have repeated over and over, ISIS is a flash in the pan. It’s self-destructing everywhere.
Tal Al-Abyadh: An internal dispute caused by disgruntled foreign terrorists has resulted in some derangement of ISIS ranks. According to reports, at 2:30 a.m., at the Armenian Church in northern Al-Raqqa City, a firefight broke out between the foreigners and the Middle Eastern ISIS cannibals occasioned because the foreigners were deployed to Dayr El-Zor and Al-Raqqa in order to keep them from escaping through Turkey back to their homelands. This meant that the locals were the ones who were mostly used at the disastrous siege of ‘Ayn Al-‘Arab (Kobane) which the foreigners believed was the cause of the debacle.
The firefight was also related to the escape of 8 French nationals in the ISIS organization the day before yesterday. The Frenchmen evidently dropped their weapons and sped to the Turk border.
This morning, an ISIS commander was almost shot dead by the rebellious foreign terrorists and was taken to a hospital for treatment. 4 of the foreigners were reported injured in the shoot-out. Then, in typical ISIS fashion, 10 foreigners were arrested and immediately executed with shots to the head to make a lesson of them. Their bodies were tossed into a natural crevice in the earth.
ALEPPO: And it gets better. 95+ prisoners have escaped from an ISIS-run prison in Al-Baab. Of the escapees, 30 were Kurdish fighters from the PKK, and the rest were an hodge-podge of Syrian locals and “opposition” terrorists. Last reports reflect a scene straight from the “Godfather” with ISIS savages driving down the roads of the town with loudspeakers warning citizens not to accept escaped prisoners in their homes – or else.
Northern Latakia Province: Lt. Gen. ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Ayyoub reviewed SAA forces around the area of Salmaa after spending yesterday in Central Homs visiting officers and enlisted men at the newly-liberated area of Al-Jadhal Gas Field.