REMEMBER HIM? HE’S THE ONE WHO GOT ON AL-JAZEERA AND WELCOMED “ISRAELI INTERVENTION” AND VOWED THAT “AMERICA WOULD JOIN IN AND DESTROY HIZBULLAH”!!! HOW THE MIGHTY HAVE FALLEN. HE HAS BEEN CAPTURED BY THE SYRIAN ARMY MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BRANCH IN ALEPPO AND HE’S SINGING A DIFFERENT SONG TODAY.
He is the virulent bigot, ALI BILLU, who made a name for himself by operating a criminal racket in Aleppo in which he worked primarily as a shake-down artist for a billionaire mafia boss whose days are numbered.
Billu took protection money in much the same way the Mafia did in Old New York during the early 20th Century. He claimed to have 2,000 fighters in an organization called: “Ahraar Sooriyya” (Free Citizens of Syria). They were not around to help him apparently.
He was uncovered while sleeping during the hottest time of the day in an area just north of ‘Anadaan in Aleppo. The big hero of the “Revolution” was discovered with psychedelic drugs and codeine pills which he told our MI people were for a “serious back problem”. That will be the least of his concerns as MI goes about the business of asking the “questions both ordinary and extraordinary”. Good show, Military Intel!!
Kuwayris: Near the airbase east of the Pedestrian Crossing, SAA killed 5 rodents in a firefight-and-chase scenario. No names.
Sheehat ‘Awadh Village: Wael sends the names of 3 out of 7. The others are foreigners as attested to by the 6 captured rodents:
Shaaher ‘Ali Al-Darraaz
‘Ali Muhammad Al-Jada’
Qaysar Ibraaheem ‘Abdul-Salaam
Rasm Al-‘Abood: In S/E rural Aleppo, 2 confirmed rats killed. No details.
Maayer: Mansharat Al-Baabili, a firefight with no details.
Al-Daana, Al-Kamaari and Ataareb, all in S/W Aleppo, saw police actions that killed over 10 rodents. No details.
Hayyaan: Fighting. No details.
Huraytaan: All foreign mercenaries in this battle.7 killed.
Mannagh: Heavy fighting at the base and on the outskirts.
Al-Kindi Hospital repair facility: 2 rodents killed trying to find some artifact in the building. They were killed by guards:
Khaan Al-‘Asal: Heavy fighting with no details. A major armored brigade from the 4th Mechanized Armored Division is reportedly on its way on the backs of trucks. See you soon, baboon.
Carpet Factory near the Al-Kindi Hospital: Fighting after 2 rat groups fired on one another because of a dispute over loot.
Al-Mansoura: An entire nest of vermin was uncovered. The number killed: 7. The number surrendering: 7 with 3 wounded.
Haani Muhammad Jooda
All others were determined to be foreign and are being interrogated.
Electrical Company and Al-Shaykh Sa’eed Factories: An attempted infiltration by rodents into this safe area was foiled. No body count as most died in sniper-laden areas. The bodies will rot until some Good Samaritan comes along and removes the carrion.
Thermal Station: Guards killed 2 rats. Another 2 surrendered when their ammo ran out.
Bustaan Al-Zahraa Neighborhood: Another infiltration foiled. No numbers and no details.
Hudhayf Bin Yamaan Mosque: Rats opened fire Saturday on worshipers leaving afternoon prayers. Unbelievable. Army was there along with security forces and 12 rats were killed with 3 taken prisoner:
‘Adnaan Turmos (That’s what he’s worth. Some Lupini Beans)
The rest had either no identification or invalid identification. GenSec now can immediately tell if a rat is carrying stolen papers because of a list of refugees in Turkey and Jordan.
Banaan Al-Huss: South of Al-Sufayra (var. Al-Safeera). A clash lasted for 2 hours until a Hind came in and tore the rodents into shreds. No numbers and no details, yet.
Attorney for 35 years and Supreme Court Certified Interpreter for Arabic/English
Diploma with Honors from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School in 1968; B.A. University of Michigan in Ann Arbor 1968-1972; M.A. University of Michigan Dept. of Near Eastern Studies 1972-1974; Ph.D. Cand. Univ. of Michigan 1972-1977; Then went to law school. Credits: Harvard University for classes in Islamic Philosophy; Fellowships from University of Pennsylvania 1976; 2 from Univ. of Michigan. Read English, Arabic, German, French, Farsi, some Hebrew. Studied Ancient Greek and Latin before grad school. Michigan Supreme Court Certified Interpreter/Translator for Arabic and English