Faleetaa Foothills: The rodent communications tell it all. There are no avenue for resupply and the remaining bearded Alqaeda rodents have been told that they will soon be at God’s side. Ho. Ho. Ho. My Syrian derriere. They are being annihilated as I write. According to Monzer, who just came back from Zabadaani, the concentric circles around the cringing vermin are constricting ever so tightly. I am predicting that the final push to exterminate all the stinking, disease-carrying rats will take place in 10 hours after dark sets in. New technology available to both the SAA and HZB will make all the difference.
My sources are telling me that the remaining rats in the area of Faleeta have found it impossible to cross back into the Lebanon. They are, instead, digging trenches in the flat areas to the east of the border town awaiting the Day of Judgment when Satan will come to greet them and accompany them to the festering abyss of Hell. Mark my words.
Colonel Suhayl Al-Hassan just told Syrian news sources that the Syrian Army will be in Jisr Al-Shughoor shortly. A photo we showed you of relaxing SAA infantrymen inside the Hospital said everything. They know it and can see it happening. The SAAF has just dropped 4 thermobaric bombs on areas in the northeast of the city in preparation for an attack that will shatter their teeth. Newly refurbished and retooled T-72 tanks belonging to the Republican Guards are already in position and awaiting the order from the Tiger. We are hours away. So far, every effort by the rats to infiltrate the perimeter of the hospital has failed. The SAAF is flying regular sorties and targeting any vehicle of any kind which could carry a suicide bomber.
Col. Al-Hassan’s HQ is now in the Al-Kufayr area south of Jisr Al-Shughoor where he has direct visual appreciation of the entire scene. I have been asked not to discuss the situation in any detail. I will comply with the request.
NEWS AND COMMENT:
Brandon talks about the suspicious assassination of another ISIS creep by the U.S.:
Penny’s article here, casting some doubt on the narrative advanced by Sy Hersh, is a bit in the tradition of “stream of consciousness”, but, interesting, nonetheless: