AL-SUWAYDAA: SYRIAN ARMY STUNS ISIS IN TRACK-AMBUSH MANEUVER; MORE VICTORIES IN DAMASCUS AS ISIS PULLS OUT OF YARMOUK

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AL-SUWAYDAA:  This is the area in Syria most associated with the Muwahiddeen (Druze) population.  It is mostly agricultural and produces superior grapes which are used to make the very popular Al-Rayyaan ‘Araq (Syrian ouzo).  It is also the home of the Khalkhala Airbase which was the target yesterday of an ISIS attack which came from the area of two villages: Tal Zhalfa’ and Abu Haarraat.  The Airbase is also on the important Suwaydaa-Damascus Highway.  The SAA has been in complete control of these 2 villages since March 6, 2014 which gave the SAA plenty of time and space to establish monitoring facilities.  The Khalkhala AB is fully functional and regular flights take place everyday from it.  It was one of those flights the day before yesterday when alert pilots took note of a large concentration of ISIS rodents crossing from the arid Iraq-Jordan-Syria triangle in convoys of vans, trucks and pickups armed with heavy anti-aircraft machine guns modified for ground anti-personnel use.  Once the information was conveyed to SAA HQ, a plan was set to trap the moving rodents outside the 2 villages.  SAA units and PDC militiamen/women were dispersed around the only roads leading westwards.  The roads were mined with remote control detonation.  They waited until they saw the first rows of vehicles approaching.  (By the way, Khalkhala means “ankle bracelet” in Arabic).

 

When the assessment was completed, 48 carcasses were counted.  Of these only the following carried Syrian papers. The rest are believed to be Iraqi, Jordanian, Saudi terrorists and mercenaries from the Caucasus. All had their shirts removed in order to check for suicide belts:

Haatim Mustafaa Al-Sa’eed

Muhammad Khalaf ‘Abdul-Sattaar

Arshad Suhayb ‘Ammaariyya

Sa’doon Jaleel ‘Abdul-Jaleel

Muhammad Mustafaa Za’noon

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DAMASCUS:

Syria army foils bombing, kills terrorists in Homs

 

‘Irbeen:  At the Al-Noor Mosque, ‘Alloosh’s Jaysh Al-Islam (yawn) took it on the chin as they lost 17 rodents and a ton of weapons and ammo to a brigade of SAA supported by PDC:

Turaad Al-Haajisi (SAUDI ARABIAN AIDS CARRYING GREEN MONKEY)

Jaabir Hawaasina (JORDANIAN DUNG EATING ROACH)

‘Abdul-Ghaffaar Al-Maaliki

No other names arrived.

 

Between Dayr Al-‘Asaafeer and Zibdeen near Al-Maleeha Town: The SAA laid down a trap for Alqaeda/Nusra and destroyed 3 pickups with 23mm cannons. This area has been under SAA control since at least August 14, 2014:

Sa’eed Dirghalli (JORDANIAN CATEMITE)

 

Zamalkaa at the Harmala Tunnel and the Al-Qabbaani Mosque: A nest filled with weapons and ammunition was invaded and its rat occupants annihilated – all 6 of them.  The entire arsenal they protected was seized and distributed to our militias for the purpose of killing Wahhabists.  No names.

 

Jawbar near the eastern side of the Al-Manaasher Roundabout and east of Maysaloon Road near the Sports Arena, the SAA killed 2 rats and took 8 prisoners.

 

Between Al-Rukaabiyya and Dayr-Al-‘Asaafeer:  An ambush was laid for moving cockroaches of Alqaeda/Nusra.  When the trap was sprung, the vermin knew they were in for a drubbing.  The 2 who initially offered to surrender were executed on the spot behind a truck.  After a 15 minute exchange of fire, the rest surrendered.  How pathetic.

 

Seekha Crossing in the Qalamoon near the foothills of Al-Muqaabila Village across from Lebanese ‘Arsaal:  Nusra’s attempt to cross into Syria was violently thwarted.  No details.

 

BREAKING NEWS:  ISIS has reportedly pulled out of all its positions in the Yarmouk Camp and redeployed their rodents to the Hajar Al-Aswad area just south of the camp.  This has left the camp with 2 relatively peaceful days.  Their positions at the Yarmouk High School and Al-‘Urooba Avenue were handed over to Alqaeda/Nusra, Ahraar Al-Shaam Al-Islamiyya, Aknaaf Bayt Al-Maqdis (a Hamas clone made up of Palesteezians) and some other rag-tag groups.   Intercepted communications indicate ISIS feared a full assault by the SAA and its Palestinian allies believing it could not hold out given the paucity of arms and supplies.  We will keep following this developing and confusing story.

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