LATAKIA: The Syrian Army is heading straight for the Turk border and, it appears, is under orders to hit back at Turk troops should they fire in support of the fleeing terrorists. Just 2 hours ago, the SAA liberated these villages and areas:
The areas are being cleared of mines and IEDs.
ALEPPO: We can confirm the success of the Syrian Army and its allies in breaking apart the ISIS attack on the Aleppo-Khanaassir Road. The rats and the Erdoghani Turks were desperate to close it lest the SAA begin the much-anticipated move toward Al-Raqqa where the ISIS cannibals have set up their surreal, counterfeit capital in eastern Syria. After initiating a pincer-type action, the SAA was able to pound the enemy from two sides while PDC rangers stealthily positioned themselves to capture and kill escaping rodents. (See photo at very bottom of this section).
The Syrian Army has liberated 10 more towns and villages in this area including:
Escaping terrorist rodent takes a nap while waiting for his Turk handlers to open the gates of A’zaaz. (Photo: Electronic Army)
The Syrian Army has liberated these two towns:
Salamiyya – Atharyaa Road: Totally secure after the SAA clobbered the rodents at Khanaassir.
The SAAF pounded these ISIS-controlled areas for hours before the move to liberate them:
Al-Raheel Farms, Raasiyat Al-Hamra, Abu Hubaylaat, Waadi Al-‘Azeeb, Harmala, Jubb Al-Mazaaree’, Al-Qutayfiyya
Al-Zakaat Town and Al-Lataamina Town: The SAAF killed 8 rodents belonging to Jaysh Al-Fath.
The Syrian Army has repelled a vigorous attack by Nusra at these military outposts:
Dhahrat Al-‘Ilya, Tal Bazzaaq, Mork, Sooraan, Al-Lataamina, Zilleen.
PHOTO OF THE DAY: Thanks, Khaled:
He was caught in Yabrood trying to penetrate SAA lines. Instead, he has been discovered as a potential new performer for John Waters (Old Photo from Khaled):
NEWS AND COMMENT:
Nice article with bright horizons after the Russian intervention:
The Saker, once again, contributes to the “history of propaganda” by presenting scholars who are now lamenting the sorry state of western journalism:
Khaled Nawaz Al-Nouri sends this article for the Man who has Everything:
Lizzie Phelan reports from Damascus on video: