Syrian Perspective translated the terrorist swan song issued by the remaining plague-carrying rodents who clung as long as possible to their little nests inside the old city. The older parts of cities like Homs, Aleppo and Damascus provide greater protection because of the narrow alleyways that block the efficient movement of armor and also, make the deployment of infantry much harder. These areas are perfect for snipers who can move from building to building with remarkable ease. In such areas, rats can break down walls between buildings and scurry to and fro in narrow spaces with almost no detection. And that was pretty much the situation in Old Homs until quite recently.
With the announcement of their withdrawal from Homs due to starvation and lack of support, 22 rats surrendered yesterday to security services in Jubb Al-Jarraah with another 14 from other parts of the Old City.
Waadi Al-Saayeh, Al-Hameediyya and Jawrat Al-Shiyyaah: The SAA has advanced noticeably into these areas capturing most of the rodents who have evidently run out of morale and ammunition.
Al-‘Aamiriyya: SAA and NDF invaded a nest of rodents and killed 1 and arresting the remaining 8.
‘Ayn Al-Hussayn: No details about skirmish.
Al-Khudhr, Al-Inshaa`aat, Karm Al-Shaami, Lower Mukharram, Baraabu, Al-Faayziyya, Al-‘Azeeza: Local reconciliation committees and the leadership of the Ba’ath Party engineered the settlement of 59 cases of former rodents who desired to rekindle their relationship with homo erectus.
Daar Al-Kabeera, Al-Qusoor, Al-Khaalidiyya, Al-Qaraabees, Baab Al-Sibaa’, Al-Wa’ar Gardens, Al-Rastan (at Tal Sanaabel and Al-Darweesh Garage), Talbeesa (at Al-Talla), Al-Ghantu, Al-Qubbaan all saw skirmishing as SAA and NDF clean up the area.
JUB’ADEEN RESIDENTS SHOW THEIR DELIGHT AT THE SAA’S LIBERATION OF THE ENTIRE QALAMOON:
Jub’adeen was never controlled by the rats, but that did not prevent them from thronging in the streets to welcome the SAA to all the Qalamoon.