“SOUTHERN STORM” DESTROYED BY SYRIAN ARMY 5TH DIVISION; RATS ADMIT TO SURRENDER AND DEFECTIONS

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The group called ’Aasifat Al-Janoob (trans. “Southern Storm”) has been annihilated – completely destroyed, its cadres surrendering to the Syrian Army or defecting to other criminal gangs.  This announcement did not come from the Syrian Army but from the group itself as enunciated by its spokesrat, Adham Al-Karraad.  The disaster was so complete, the organization no longer exists.

 

Yesterday, the 5th Mechanized Armored Division, after receiving very detailed intelligence about Southern Storm’s latest plan to sever supply lines to the Syrian Army and, then, set up an independent administration linked to the Jordanian terrorist regime, not to mention, also, the same plan to surround the SAA in Der’ah while moving northwards in order to reach artillery distance to the capital.  All that was in the realm of metaphysics.

With the knowledge as to what the rats were doing, field commanders received orders to proactively engage them while the Syrian Air Force would hit the rats at their most critical position in Gharaz on the Jordanteezian border.  When a wing of Sukhoi bombers began strafing the rodent commanders at Gharaz, they were not prepared for the attack.  This resulted in a panicked reaction in which many of the leaders tried to leave the area in vans and cars.  All vehicles which moved rats out of Gharaz were vaporized – all of them.  No effort could be made to regroup as the SAAF continued to bombard the confused rodents with every air-to-ground rocket in the SAAF arsenal.

While this was going on, the 5th Mechanized Armored Division moved south out of Der’ah City and assaulted the terrorists who were proceeding at night in a huge convoy complete with rows of pickups armed with 23mm cannons.  The SAA has now provided night vision equipment to infantry as standard issue and picking off the rats was a delightful and easy task.  We can confirm over 89 rodents killed with hundreds severely injured.  Many have surrendered to the SAA and many were seen leaving in various states of panic  southward to the safety of Jordan which provides haven for terrorists.

And even as this campaign was taking place,  elements of the Syrian 5th Division assaulted 55 known positions belonging to Nusra and Southern Storm inflicting huge losses on the rats.  As part of this, at 4:00 a.m. this morning, Damascus time, in Der’ah City, in the Bajaabija Quarter,  the SAA struck at Nusra/Alqaeda and Harakat Al-Muthannaa Al-Islaamiyya killing the latter’s main commander along with scores of his confederates:

Saamer Yahyaa Abu Qayyaass

‘Adnaan Zakariyya Al-Masri

Anas Al-Hoori

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:   (Thanks Vasili)

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8Dbxm7LZuo


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gimli
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SAA need to counter now take back areas.

American of Syrian Descent
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I agree. But I am not optimistic they will. Everything occurs so slowly on the Syrian side of this. Not sure if the army is taking into account things we don’t know about, OR if command is too ineffective to recognize opportunity.

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American: I rather think that both factors are in play. The local commanders undoubtedly have information on rat positions, staging and hardened areas that we’ll never know about, but I think it’s still fact that Syrian Command is still very, very far behind the curve for any number of possible reasons.

Canthama
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I agree, the southern front rats are penniless at the moment since terrorist supporters semmed to have giving up this front, time to hit hard and fast, kill as much as possible and secure large areas in Daraa and Quneytra. Payback time hopefully.

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ZIAD- You said a mouthful up above.Somewhere down the line you should write some books-perhaps on this conflict.

You had me feeling that i was there.

michelvandijk
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Viva Syria and long live the Syrian Arab Army!

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It’s optimistic to wish for the end of September the liberation of Zabadani town centre?

Canthama
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Not at all, rats lost very large chunck of territory in the past 4 days and yesterday they have lost Jisr Mosque in the center of Zabadani. Keep an eye on the main avenue cutting rat territory in two by Hikmah district, this is a main target for SAA and Hizballah, we will see a lot of action there in the next few days with the collpase of Nabu’a rat defenses. It looks very good for the resistance.

https://twitter.com/Amin_Akh/status/643029577804197888

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Last I heard Zabadani was rat free. Now it’s not? I give up.

Canthama
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Anon, in a heavely contested war zone nothing is stable, the battle for Zabadani is tactically won, 90-95%% of the city is under Syria and Hizaballah, see map above, rats are down to 250-350 able fighting force, losing ground daily, yesterday they lost Jsir Mosque and 8 blocks around it. Resistance forces are going slowly to avoid unecessary casualties during the latest mop up phase, keep in mind rats will fight to death, most are foreigners and they know there is no prison if they are caught alive, the Syrian rats are surrending when they can, 11 did that yesterday.… Read more »
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The problem Anon is that most of the place is rigged with explosives, i dare say virtually all the buildings in their area are so it will take a while, people are asking why is it taking so long, well they went through it quickly till they came across all these planted IED’s, it takes time to dismantle.

Arklight
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New Eastern Outlook article by Tony Cartalucci, entitled’ Social Engineering 101: How to make a refugee crisis’. This article is well worth the read, and may help some new comers to the blog understand how we got from where we were to where we are. It’ll give y’all something to look at besides the neighbors partner you’d like snog with, plus hands.

http://journal-neo.org/2015/09/13/social-engineering-101-how-to-make-a-refugee-crisis/

Frank Reitzenstein
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Good news.

Canthama
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Der Ez Zor latest map, nicely done by Peto.

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/642973004268445696

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How did SAA lose Saker Island? Last I read they had 85-90% of it liberated.

Canthama
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Anon, Syria lost part of Saker Island when Hasaka city was under attack, same time ISIS made its great push toward Palmyra. The 104th had to go to Hasaka to stop ISIS advance inside the city, General Zahreddine stayed there for 3-4 weeks. During that time ISIS got their footing back into the Saker Island, it almost got it all but ended up spliting in two. The map is quite accurate, the orange color indicates dispute area, and you can clearly see the Saker Island is contested in a very large portion.

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Canthama: It seems like the 104th gets the Whack-A-Mole jobs all the time. They, and other troops of course, have fought hard, even bitterly, for every inch they’ve taken, or held, in Deir ez Zor and the surrounding area, and now they’re expected to pay the same price for the same real estate all over again? Command failure, AGAIN, in my opinion. After how many years of the 104th being the ‘Can Do’ outfit and there are no others? That’s criminal, not to mention wasteful and bad for morale.

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Love such news! Go SAA!

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Every move by the terrorist and their handlers should be used against them. I would create an “insurgent army” to mirror the rat tactics. Strategic objective being to conquer rat territories using tunnels, overtaking their supply depots, gun-trucks, using explosive-full vans, lorries sudden and swarm attacks to assault their positions, ambushes, snipers, booby-traps, steal or poison their food, water, kidnap valuable rats to gain intelligence and force others to surrender… Light troops in camouflage to appear like shadows suddenly and vanish in thin air nowhere to be seen
And whatever those barbarians do, do it to them.

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