During the middle of May, the SAA initiated a robust attack on Kafr Nabbooda and took the town over. This town is right on the highway from Aleppo to the coast and is crucial for any economic comeback for the Syrian economy. The terrorists, obviously, appreciate that fact and held on to it tenaciously as the SAA-MI and Russian agents carefully collected intercepts from the treacherous Turks insisting on holding the town. When the terrorist rodents collapsed, they retreated to areas in Idlib under rodent and, ergo, Turkish control. During this time, the Turkish military both resupplied and reinforced the ranks of Hay`at Tahreer Al-Shaam (another incarnation of Al-Qaeda) providing the criminals with a batch of Maldivian suicide bombers. The Turks were also generous enough to provide the cockroaches with Mercedes trucks to carry the vast amount of explosives which would break the defensive lines of the SAA at the town. In addition to all this largesse, the Turks supplied HTS with over 300 armored vehicles from North Aleppo, (right on the border with Turkey), thousands of reinforcements from a terrorist group called “Al-Jaysh Al-Watani” or the “National Army” which, amazingly, is made up of mostly Turks or Turkish-speaking cockroaches. They also supplied them with Saudi-and-Qatari purchased TOW and Kornet anti-tank rockets. The TOWs have been rendered largely useless thanks to a domestically produced anti-TOW rocket now standard on all SAA tanks. It’s called the Saraab 1 and Saraab 2.
When the SAA pulled out under extremely heavy pressure, the army re-positioned itself around Kafr Nabbooda and began bringing up vast supplies of very modern weapons including rockets and medium range artillery. While all this was being done, the Russians cleverly engaged Ankara in talks about a potential new cease fire. Since the terrorists had recaptured the town, essentially blunting Syria’s efforts to clear the roadway, they became distracted as the SAA massed heretofore unseen war material. This did not stop the Americans and Zionists from contacting MIT to inform their war room that the SAA was not going to let the counter-attack stand.
Once all weapons and reinforcements were properly positioned, on May 24, 2019, in the very early hours, the terrorists could hear SAF and RAF bombers overhead coordinating with ground artillery and missile forces. The targets were HTS’ newly erected barricades and revetments. They were, literally, pulverized. Once the area was softened up, the commanding general ordered tank forces to move forward in a pincer type movement that cut off all escape routes and plugged an corridors for resupply. Wael reports that MI picked up frantic communications from the trapped hyenas demanding immediate assistance.
The terrorists lost 38 of their most experienced terrorists. We know the exact number because they did not have time to pick up their dead. This number is bound to rise as scores were wounded with no hope of receiving medical care. 4 T-62 tanks were also destroyed along with 11 APCs and an untold number of 4-wheel drive flatbeds armed with the usual Doschka. The hundreds who escaped did so on foot with the unappealing prospect of being captured by SAA soldiers.
The Syrian Army is now geared to invade the following towns: Al-Habeet, Khaan Shaykhoon, Ma’arrat Hurma and Kafr Sijna.
(Photo courtesy of SANA)
The SAA has discovered a tunnel 20 meters deep and 50 meters long in this recently liberated town with a great citadel. The tunnel was divided into a headquarters for HTS, a torture chamber, several jail cells, ammo storage with a locally-manufactured Hell-Fire cannon.
They also found, in another area, a White Helmets clinic complete with prescription drugs, medical instruments and anti-poison gas uniforms made in Germany.