مصدر عسكري: الجيش يعيد انتشاره بمحيط جسر الشغور تجنباً لوقوع ضحايا مدنيين

IDLIB:  For those of you who love rats, it is a solemn day of mourning.  Those of you who love rats should not stare too deeply into the abyss because it may very well stare back at you.


Jisr Al-Shughoor:  I am telling all readers with confidence that the assault on Jisr Al-Shughoor has ground to a halt in the face of the Syrian Army’s brilliant defensive deployments in the city.  Rat lie-factories, like that one in England, were cued to announce the fall of the town before it had even been attacked.  This is part of the miserable, and failed,  British propaganda war against the people of Syria.  And now, the truth:

The attack on Idlib City, which resulted in rat control over the evacuated north and center of the provincial capital,  was led by ‘Abdullah Al-Muhaysini.  This attack on Jisr Al-Shughoor was also led by this stinking, unclean rodent-ape and heretic who fancies himself the heir to the legacy of Khaalid Ibn Al-Waleed.  The difference is that the Muslim general who never suffered a defeat or wound in battle differed enormously from the ugly and demented Saudi Arabian child molester who managed to absorb an SAA bullet right in his stomach which contained, in all likelihood, banana peels and insects.  He got hit mortally while leading a pack of rodents from Alqaeda/Nusra in an effort to break the SAA siege of some other fellow rats in the Zhulaytu quarter – of note is that these particular rats came from Turkmenistaan.  All of them were killed by the SAA inside Jisr Al-Shughoor.   As of our last report, Al-Muhaysini is in serious condition and unable to be transported to Turkey where the Seljuk quacks await.

This is the rat and heretic, ‘Abdullah Al-Muhaysini,  after eating his daily kilo of Somali bananas.  He has no idea in this picture where and when the blessed SAA bullet would penetrate his stomach.


This campaign actually started 3 days ago, but, was not expected to involve as many forces as came out of Turk-occupied Hatay.  The goal was to impede the supply lines between Areehaa (government controlled) and Jisr Al-Shughoor (also, government controlled).  In doing this, the hope was to take control over the highway between Latakia and Areehaa.  The attack started out by targeting SAA outposts on high hills at Tal Hamaka, Jannat Al-Quraa, Al-Mintaaf, Al-Sirmaaniyya, Al-Kum, Al-Qaahira and Ghaaniyya, all on the Latakia-Areehaa highway.    Once again, the plan was to cut supply lines for the SAA.

But, on the third day, after the rats had overrun some of the outposts, the SAA counterattacked and restored all of them to government control, especially the one at Hamaka Hill which only required one hour of combat with the help of SAAF and artillery.  This enabled the SAA to advance quickly to Al-Mushayrifa Hill which gives a commanding view over the entire Ghaab area and is west of Hama.  The Ghaab is Syria’s Bekaa Valley.  I’ve driven through it hundreds of times while traveling from Aleppo to the coastal mountains.  Very lush and provincial.


My last report indicates clearly that the assault has failed.  All supply lines are intact and the defenders at Al-Qirmeed Military Base have successfully fended off all attacks by the plague-carrying vultures.   The terrorists websites themselves tell the whole story as they uniformly mourn the deaths of hundreds of their favorite vermin, all taking the Lindblad Loveboat to the Hell they so richly deserve.  One dead foreigner is Muhammad Ma`moon Makki, SUDANESE HOG ARSE CANKER.


رغم الكثافة العددية للإرهابيين الجيش يُفشل قطع خطّ إمداده في ادلب

In conclusion, the attack on Jisr Al-Shughoor flopped.  There is heavy fighting inside the town in areas to the east and north which is where the original assault was concentrated.  As I write,  SAA reinforcements are arriving with new weapons and supplies for the defenders.  Unlike the weather conditions yesterday, which made aerial bombardment difficult, the SAAF is flying numerous sorties today and dropping merciful ordnance right on the heads of these foreign British-and-Turk-supported filth.   Beware of some “friendly” channels like Al-Mayaadeen whose chief war correspondent, Dima Naaseef, is in Damascus – not in the area affected.  That channel, while delivering excellent programming, is not up-to-date on developments in Jisr Al-Shughoor.


Jabal Al-Arba’een:  The rats are trying for the umpteenth time to establish a base at the summit.  The plan appears to be a push to the top from Kafr Laataa to the Al-Fanaar Restaurant, and then, to the Saudi and Al-Ahmar Palaces.  The effort has, so far, failed.


IDLIB:  These areas were in the news yesterday.  I did not have a chance to report on them.  Note their significance to events on the ground today.


Al-Mushayrifa, Tal-Al-A’war, Tal-Al-Sahn:  All these outposts were overrun by Alqaeda on Friday.  Al-Mushayrifa has been retaken by the SAA on Saturday.


Abu Al-Dhuhoor Airbase:  An half-hearted assault on the airbase was repulsed by SAA defenders.  Of the 17 dead rodents, only these were Syrians:

Ismaa’eel ‘Ahmad Al-Haffaar

Muhammad ‘Abdul-Salaam Al-Kurd

Raa`if Jamaal Munayyir


Taftanaaz area:  Some fighting.  No details.


Tallat Al-Ghazaal:  Ditto.  Still in hands of SAA.


Tal Hamaka:  Large numbers of dead rats.  The attack was first repelled, then, was not.  The SAA has retaken the entire area as of Saturday.


SAAF active over these areas:  Bishlamoon, ‘Ayn Al-Sawda, ‘Ayn Al-Baarida.

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