FIRST POST – MARCH 5, 2013 – NEWS STRAIGHT FROM THE STREETS OF SYRIA; RAT-STATS; NEWS FROM THE PROPAGANDA MILLS AND OBJECTIVE SOURCES

FIRST POST – MARCH 5, 2013 – NEWS DIRECTLY TO SYRPER FROM THE STREETS OF SYRIA; RAT-STATS GALORE; NEWS FROM PROPAGANDA MILLS AND OBJECTIVE SOURCES

“WAG THE DOG” IN FULL SWING

The situation in Al-Raqqa is a minor event that is only being covered by the western press because it has nothing but bleak news for the rats in Aleppo and Idlib.  The partial occupation of Al-Raqqa City by the rodents is due mostly to the fact that their forces had to withdraw from all the highways, airports and military bases once the major resupply route from Homs to the north was open completely.  Wael, in Latakia, says that once Manbij is liberated completely, two mechanized armored divisions will head East and annihilate the vermin in Al-Raqqa.  In the meantime, SAA is crushing the mercenaries everywhere, including Khan Al-‘Asal.

SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE, ONCE AGAIN, WISHES TO CONGRATULATE THE FAMILY OF THIS RAT COLONEL OF THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, ONE MUHAMMAD AHMAD SA’ID ABDOULI FOR DYING THE MISERABLE DEATH HE DESERVED WHILE FIGHTING THE PEOPLE AND ARMY OF SYRIA.  PLEASE SEND MORE OF YOUR DEFECTIVE RACE OF RODENT DROPPINGS FOR OUR FERTILIZER FACTORIES.

This species of Gulf Rat led a team of like-vermin belonging to the “Ahraar Al-Shaam” or “The Free Men of Natural Syria” until a Syrian tank fired on his car and rendered him unphotographable. 

Al-Raqqa which saw little violence throughout this brouhaha, is being struck now along its northern perimeter by MiG 23s who are softening up the rodents as reinforcements begin to arrive.  This will not be a long operation.  The number of rats is about 450.  We promise you that over the next 2 days, you will hear of the deaths of 450 of these miserable scavengers.  

Der’ah – At Shmiskin (or Sheikh Miskin), in a gun battle between SAA and the rats, the army dropped the following:

Alaa’ Al-Mahr
Hafez Abdul-Hamid Al-Salim
Ragheb Al-Qirwaati
Muhannad  Qassem Al-Suloo’
Waleed Ibrahim Ghaaziya
Ahmad Yousuf Ghaaziya
Issam Muhammad Al-Mahr

DEIR EL-ZOR – At the old airport,  the SAA and local militia capped these insects:

Ahmad Luay Al-Shaykh Hammoud
Fakhreddine Mahmoud Al-Kinnaawi
Ahmad Sadeq Ali Zaghloul

At the 7 KM area near a military checkpoint, we dropped the curtain on these lizards:

Haatem Khalif Al-Mutlaq
Ibrahim Al-Ukleh
Rashir Taha Al-Bashir
Abdul-Aziz Fawaz Al-Eid
Mus’ab Jamal Al-Zaydan (SANA)

HOMS:

At the city of Al-Rastan, Wael sends this list of downed buzzards:

Jihad Ubaad Al-Lahham
Salman Muhammad Khair Al-Hassan
Sami Youssuf Al-Qjjeh
Muhammad Arour
Issa Bakkour
Badri Tarahmini
Rami Shureita
Muhammad Bahbouh

At Aqrab, an entire den of 12 huddled filth-rodents were dispatched by SAA grenades.  No names yet.

Al-Qusayr – They won’t stop coming.  It appears the FSA in Lebanon is losing well over 65% of its rat army due to French idiocy.  Good show.  Wael and Monzer both sent lists with the former indicating 44 deaths and the latter 53.  The names have not been released by AFI.

 IDLIB – Battles at Binnish, Taftanaz, Abu Dhuhour and Wadi Dheif.

At Abu Dhuhour, an entire flatbed and machine gun were sent to the junk pile along with the 2 rats:

Karim Assem Al-Yaabis (fake i.d.)
Qassem Mahmoud Sinaan

ALEPPO:

Don’t believe the propaganda coming out of Britain.  The Police Academy at Khan Al-Asal is still under siege.  Wael sends this list courtesy of the MI angels of death:

“Abu Talib” (id. pending)
Hussein Umar Rabaadi
Mahmoud Abdul-Salaam Abdul-Haadi
Jassem Al-Sabahi
Baasel Abboud

15 others are unidentified.

A HUGE NUMBER OF RODENTS ARE COUNTED IN A FIREFIGHT AT MASAAKIN HANAANO.  For reasons which are puzzling, the army is not releasing names of dead rats.  Wael will not speculate about this.

DAMASCUS:  The fighting is getting farther and farther away from the capital.  Don’t believe a word about Jawbar.  Which reminds us, at Jawbar, the following scavengers were sent off to carrion-land near the Grand Mosque:

Yasser Al-Harah
Bashashar Qassem
Walid Jum’ah
Khaled Qartouma
Bassam Al-Aghwaani
Taha Yahya

Al-Rihaan Farms saw a clean and sweep operation with militia backed by SAA infantry and 2 tanks.  They killed these unredeemable souls:

Aamer Kahteh
Mahmoud Allam
Ziyad Al-Nabaki

At Qaarra Town, Monzer counted 22 carcasses – some in very bad condition.  Only one name was recovered – the others carried either forged documents or no documents at all:

Nadim Ali Abu-Al-Mahaasen

Adra Town, the killing of vermin continues into tonight.  Monzer says the battle is quite vicious.  Estimates of rat dead is around 50.  We have lost soldiers too.

At Al-Alaali, near Darayya, the Sniper Capital of the World, the SAA rousted the following:

Fouad Barakaat
Husaam Muhammad
Adnan Ayyouda  (poss. Uweida)    

These were all Jabhat Al-Nusra.

At Zabadaani, which is almost rat-free, the SAA killed:

Ahmad Al-Dalaati

DAMASCUS CITY:  German journalist, Billy Six, is turned over to the Russian Consulate for transfer to his native country.  But, you know, giving a German to a Russian is not a good idea.  We hope his plane crashes, any way.  Dr. Faisal Miqdaad emceed the ceremonies.

At Mazaari’ Rima and Mazaari’ Al-Rihaan,  Monzer estimates 10 dead rats – all foreigners judging by intercepted cellphone communications.  

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PROPAGANDA MILLS AND OBJECTIVE SOURCES:

If you want to be sickened by propaganda, read this article about the “capture” of Al-Raqqa which is written by a propagandist so jaded he can’t even keep his sources in focus.  The source is SOHR and that Rami Abdul-Rahman, convicted felon and expatriate living in England.  That’s their source.

http://www.businessinsider.com/assad-claims-victory-as-rebels-capture-their-first-city-2013-3?pundits_only=0&comments_page=1#comment-5135d88ceab8ea9013000034  

Now, the BBC tells a slightly different story about Al-Raqqa.  We will tell you the truth in our own section above:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-21666913

Here’s some more about that Mazwaji character who got popped in Syria:

http://counterpsyops.com/2013/03/05/1st-british-extremist-killed-in-syria-80-more-joined-rebels/

Once again, we post Dr. Assad’s interview in full with the Sunday Times:

http://counterpsyops.com/2013/03/05/president-al-assads-interview-with-the-sunday-times-full-transcription/

Al-Manar published this article taken from an interview with Dr. Assad by Al-Akhbar journalist, Nasser Charara:

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=84359&cid=31&fromval=1&frid=31&seccatid=71&s1=1

This article about how the Mossad established Jabhat Al-Nusra is important.  It’s in Arabic and published by Juhaina News.  I will translate it for our readers first chance I get today after I return from court:

http://www.jpnews-sy.com/ar/news.php?id=53181

All of you who think of England as a jolly good place better read this:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/united-kingdom-funds-al-qaeda-syria-terrorists/5325299?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=united-kingdom-funds-al-qaeda-syria-terrorists


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What bother me with Al Raqqah is how 450 men can seize the central part of a city of 225,000 people (plus the refugees). No militia there?

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Don’t believe the fighting has hit that area till now, so they most likely didn’t have Militias on-duty.

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@Zultra: They had 2 or 3 months to form a militia. Al Nusra took a small township 40 km south of Al Raqqa nearly 2 months ago. Al Raqqa was obviously the next target. So either the government don’t trust the sunnis or either the local authorities in that area didn’t do their job.

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No, seriously, if there was 800,000 thoudands of refugees who fled the FSA zone in addition to the local population, it is unexplainable that the government hadn’t the time to train a 5,000 men militia frankly. I don’t like the FSA but sometimes I have the feeling that something is very wrong with the bath regime too.

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Possibly the government’s idea is that it is not so bad to have some Sunni towns experience the treatment they will get from Western freedom. It seems that the attack was a minor affair.

Paul

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Good news, Don’t suppose you have any intel on the condition of Syria’s Air Defences now that Israel is openly Threatening Syria.

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This is Fernando, I’m sure what happened at Raqqa was that it was a lightly defended town. It hadn’t seen much fighting and as the insurgents fled away they pounced on it. It’s also a propaganda effort by the west, the rebels come in and knock down a statue of Hafez al Assad, they capture two minor party officials they parade them in front of the cameras and bada bing the criminals just got a major shot in the arm, a boost from their ailing fortunes. It’s so plain to see it sad. I really just wish more Christians would… Read more »
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i realise that the syrian army does not need military help to deal with the insurgency. however why do the russians continue to call the americans and other western countries involved in the conspiracy ”colleagues ” and ”partners ”? the russians are either playing games or they are total idiots who fail to realise that they are also on the nato agenda?

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This does not make sense… why would they withdraw when SAA is doing a major offensive in Aleppo. Obviously terrorists wanted a place to go and SAA provided it. “The partial occupation of Al-Raqqa City by the rodents is due mostly to the fact that their forces had to withdraw from all the highways, airports and military bases once the major resupply route from Homs to the north was open completely.” I understand your enthusiasm for Syria & SAA, I myself want them to win this bloody war, but its frustrating that military planners didn’t learn anything from Libya’s case.… Read more »
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I agree with you. I have the feeling that it’s poorly planified, perhaps because it is too centralized… One year ago it would be normal to be caught by surprise over such a city, but not now. No one to form a militia like in some other places, even if it’s just a light training, no watch guard, no trenches, I don’t know if it’s the governor who was totally incompetent or if it’s above him, anyway it’s too late.

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I have a similar view.First, troops at the academy should have quickly detected from where the rebels were entering the terrain.Then they should have called in airstrikes. Normally when a bunch of militias is pouring from one point their reinforcements are not far away.Also, the academy troops should have mined or otherwise blocked the inroads to either blast the tanks through the mines or have them slow down and get hit with RPGs.It takes hundreds of attackers to break into a well defended barrack and capture it such that it is hardly possible to approach the terrain undetected. An army… Read more »
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you are absolutely right

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Fernando here again, the dude who wrote before is spot on. I think the leaders of Syria need so more planning and a better handling of resources. I kinda do see some sad poor poor poor incompetence. C’mon Syrians! I’m not on the ground fighting and sometimes I wish I was, but if you got all these mofo’s running across a freakin field, shoot ’em!!! They’re gonna kill ya man. Send in a plane, a bazooka. Just don’t let ’em gather like that. With that in mind long live the SAR!

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Well, even if I feel pessimist over the lack of concern of the syrian government regarding Raqqa, I just wish that your brother-in-law get out of there ASAP if his name is on the baath list.

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Cities are porous. Waves of fighters can can swarm an area, moving around static defenses and with mobile weaponry, take an area wholesale, through targeting weak spots. Syrian cities aren’t behind castle walls. It’s not easy to have a full assessment of what is taking place while movement on the ground is constantly changing. My understanding is that a large group of retreating fighters have taken a medium sized town with little to no strategic importance as a means to boost morale. Syrian Military planners may have not put much emphasis on a small town that doesn’t have clear strategic… Read more »
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Ziad a spam-filter would be a nice feature. Maybe a little Captcha for posting comments.

Good news from Aleppo:
LCCs (opposition, i know) wrote about clashes on ground here
http://wikimapia.org/#lat=36.245814&lon=37.0555601&z=12&l=5&m=b&v=8
Means that the army won ground in north of aleppo!

Good news also from homs. There is progress, but also losses at syrian army and national defense forces. Good luck to the army there. The “activists” are crying that they are defeated 🙂

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its allways good news when we hear the”activists” whining about their “heros dieing. Btw anyone else hear about the 20 un peacekeepers taken hostage? the justifications those idiots are using are nothing short of awe inspering (in a funny way).

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Thank you for continuing to share your perspective on what’s going on in Syria. It’s crucial that everyone in the world knows about what’s going on there. On a more positive note, did you hear about Syrians repurposing bombs into flower pots and bicycles? It’s a nice story (I know, one of the few). Check it out http://feed.vocativ.com/this-bike-is-the-bomb-repurposed-tools-of-death-in-syria/

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I don’t know if Ziad has problems, he mentionned a court case where he had to go nearly 4 days ago, since then, nothing. Facebook page not available either.

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To be frank, I do not expect his blog to continue forever, it might be unrelated, temporary problems but the US has turned into a police state where you can be arrested and thrown in jail over a vague accusation of “supporting terrorism” without a trial. I’m not saying that such a thing will happen in the coming weeks, but I know one case at least where such a thing happened over dissident views.

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He responded to some of the comments a few days ago but hasn’t been able to post since, if he is in a court case I’m also an interpreter he will be wiped out. So I’m sure he’ll be back soon.

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