JULY 23, 2012 – NEW DATA AND OPINIONS ABOUT THE MURDER OF THE FOUR GENERALS.
Our friend, Fatina, has heard that the individual who placed the bomb in the office of the National Security Building in Damascus was a “contracted” janitor who was allowed to enter the most secretive part of the edifice and place magnetically a small but particularly lethal bomb which exploded killing Generals Dawood Abdallah Rajiha, Assef Shawkat, Hassan Turkmani and Hisham Yikhtiar. Our information is that a bodyguard was instrumental in getting the device into the office. That bodyguard is now at large. We suspect he is in the Zionist Abomination receiving his new identity and $10,000,000.
Neither the FSA nor Al-Qaeda have the ability or the technology to pull off an operation like this. The people who killed Imad Moughniyya were behind this one also. The use of highly explosive Semtex-type paste and the ability to “turn” a trusted employee of the security services points clearly to Israel and Saudi Arabia with a lot of help from the NSA. We stand behind what we have written.
As you all have probably heard, the Syrian Army under command now of Lt. General Fahd Abdallah Freij, from Hamah, and new Defense Minister Ali Ayoub, has now routed the traitors in Damascus. Over 40 bodies were recovered in Barzeh, some of whom carried Egyptian and Jordanian papers. It was a delight to see their dead faces being displayed on the Syrian State “Al-Ikhbariyya”. Finally, the Syrian government is beginning to improve its coverage and display greater reliability.
We are saddened by this scene of death. These traitors would have lived forever if they had lost their miserable lives fighting the Zionist Abomination instead of the Syrian people.
American and Western newspapers are touting some new “infestations” in Aleppo, especially in the Salahuddin and Hanano neighborhoods. The only problem with these pronouncements is that our family members in Aleppo don’t know what the media is talking about. They tell us they have heard no bombings or any other evidence of fighting. Life is pretty normal in Aleppo.
Fatina, whose son works in Northern Syria, claims that the FSA has taken over the town of Al-Manbej, south of Aleppo. This must be assumed to be true because he is actually there. However, we doubt that their presence will be long-lived given the new ferocity of the Syrian armed forces after the deaths of four prominent generals. She is very concerned about him because he is “pro-government”. We’ll keep you informed.