SYRIAN ARMY SOCKS IT TO NATOS TERRORISTS IN IDLIB

مناظرة علنية بين تركي الفيصل وعاموس يدلين رئيس المخابرات الإسرائيلية الأسبق

Turkey Al-Faysal enjoys the company of fellow Zionist spook, Amos Yadlin (Polish last name kept secret but is believed to be Yadoolsky).  They had much treachery and treason to talk about.

Saudi Prince Turki bin Faisal Al Saud (center) and Amos Yadlin (left) speak May 26 in Brussels, with David Ignatius at right (photo credit: JTA)

 

IDLIB:

HUGE AMBUSH BY SAA TRAPS FOREIGN TURK-SUPPORTED JACKALS IN PITILESS COLLAR OF DEATH!

Jabal HeelaaIt is becoming increasingly clear that the Turks have embarked on a befuddling boondoggle of skullduggery befitting their hypocritical Islamist ideations.  We can’t tell if the Turks are sending their jackals into Syria to die purposely in an effort to be rid of them or there are just mutton-brained Turkish bufoons in charge of the so-called Northern Front.  Yawn.  Once again, SAA and MI were given a heads-up about an attempted infiltration of a caravan of foreign scavengers in mlitarized flatbeds.

 

 

Right away, Ba’ath Party Vanguards militia from Al-Mastooma were alerted to the need to set up an ambush until the SAA and SAAF could scramble forces sufficient to wipe out the invading cockroaches.   The Vanguards did much more than that.  They took positions quietly in elevated territory at the mountain and waited as the convoy of plague-carrying insects wound its way through the Waadi Ghaab, Syria’s Bekaa Valley.  The Vanguards were assured that units of the SAA would be coming and that SAAF bombers were at the ready to help – the only problem being that the available aircraft were not suited for night bombing.  The Vanguards would have to wait until morning.  According to our sources, the Vanguard officer in charge (an experienced SAA reservist sergeant) complained that the terrorists will have left the area by the time morning arrived.  He, therefore, gave orders to open fire as soon as the terrorists reached a certain point….which they did at approximately 3:35 a.m. Damascus time.  Their eyes accustomed to darkness under a clear sky, but with little illumination from the moon, it had become evident that flares would have to be used to light up the area to allow for the proper extermination of these terrorists.

As soon as the convoy of vermin approached the precipice over the mountain road overlooking Heelaa Village, the order to open fire was given and a volley of RPG rockets struck every vehicle in the convoy of 12 vans and flatbeds.  The terrorists, as always, were shocked to learn they were not welcome and tried to both escape into the countryside or fight with what they had.  It was hopeless for the overpowered and mentally inferior terrorists.  Not a one escaped.

  • ‘Abdul-Rahmaan Al-Mawlaa (TUNISIAN BARBARY APE VOMITUS)
  • Badee’ Al-Bayyoomi (EGYPTIAN TERRORIST CARRYING LIBYAN DOCUMENTS)
  • Qutayba Al-Sarraar (LIBYAN APE ORIFICE)
  • ‘Umar Bulaysi (LIBYAN LIZARD SWEAT)
  • Manhal Al-Jarraash (TUNISIAN TUNA ABUSER)
  • Hishaam Miklif (?)
  • Belhaaj Alloosh

The carcasses of the other 38 strewn all over the mountainside carried no valid papers.  Some who had letters from North Africa carried passports belonging to Syrian refugees in Turkey.

 

SyriaTel Towers near the city:

SAA trapped a pack of terrorists behind the towers and sniped them all.  Reports are of 7 dead:

  • Maajed Yaasseen
  • No other names were sent.

 

Fighting reported here at: Khaan Al-Subul and Majdalyaa.

 

 

 

NEWS AND REPORTS:

I’m amazed they didn’t blame the government for the abductions.  Here’s a nice example of what happens when you have the best of intentions:

http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/05/27/4140438/syria-6-un-members-abducted-by.html

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David
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Love these updates. Well done again to the SAA. You’re doing the whole world a favour, so thank you.
I’m a Brit, thoroughly opposed to my warmongering, evil “government”, as are most people if the recent elections are anything to by. Look forward to more of these updates.

rus.lang
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Syrian government should transfer all refugees back to Syria as soon as possible, build it’s own camps with protection from terrorist. Camps in Jordan and Turkey a breeding ground for rats, as it easy to brainwash young Syrians there, threaten or bribe people with no hope.

SharkKing71
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Wait,Some hundreds or even thousands of Syrian refugees support the terrorists and insulting both Hezbollah and pro-Syrian Websites,they’ll cause problems again once the war is over(Drawing anti-Baashar slogans,burning streets with fuel,even worse,murdering pro-Syrian citizens).Checking at Border posts,and alowing non-Sunni citizens inside,but Sunni Civilians needs to be checked with tests or emails and passwords(for any anti-syrian pictures on any website(facebook,twitter,instagram,youtube etc.).If they succeded the test and proven that they are pro-Syrian they are allowed in,but anti-Syrian should be stripped of his citizenship and never return back to Syria.

rus.lang
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It’s a bad move. My country has gone through this type of behavior few times, political represions lead only to alienating opposition, make them more radical. The best way is to create an open debate, in a secure state, then half-brained monkey whose vocabulary consist only of “No Bashar Allah Akbar” will show their face.
Don’t make them “hero’s in exile”, let them come and try to talk.

SharkKing71
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But I’m afraid that Syria fate will be same as Libya(Some Rebels became crazy began to attack NTC,to make the matters worse,al-Qaeda is in Benghazi,making it as a same dump as KSA),Libya is still in turmoil after 2011.That’s one reason,this is why I am worried about Syria.

rus.lang
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Wahhabi scum must be taken out on the spot. I mean political opposition, or any opposition that sees ways to power through force.

CHEVI789
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I agree, there will be much spying after this war is over, some of those refugees are the families of the anti-Syrian camp, it is best to kill them off so they don’t tech their spawn evil doings, it’s taken Syria years to become what it was.

Anonymous
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Terrorist have taken an artillery hill:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6Rnp4yXxZU

Anyone know more about it?

darrin
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darrin

Zaid what about rebel claims of attacks sgainst checkpoints and advances ib idleb ? Any truth or usual crap.

freeman
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I think there are some terrorist advances in the Idlib countryside.

Milo
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Well these brainless rats are being killed off so easily now because the Jew bankers that are funding them don’t give a shit anymore! SO now SYria that you have won the war….really isn’t it time to go after the real perpetrators of the most heinous crime to ever befall the great nation of SYria….Jew bankers destroying the nation! Really isn’t it now time…..way past time to Kill the Rothschilds for what they have not only done to Syria, but to Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Korea, Ukraine, Lebanon, Palestine,,,etc…it will never stop until the Jew bankers are snuffed out…you know… Read more »
ariston
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After the final cleanup in Damascus and Homs,its Allepo`s time,the east is just scary when it comes to distances, but militarily it would be easy for the SAA, for the simple fact that in that time most of the brigades would be free of combat and the push to Raqqa would have massive man power !!!

Canthama
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It is good to see actions like the that from that militia, Syria is fortunate to have team leaders like that one that makes the call and get the job done, hail to him and his team. It is also good to see actions in Idlib, for us far away from action this is a 80% ratland, but actions like that give us hope this rat PR is just BS. Keep it up SAA.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Prince Turki al-Faisal was involved in money laundering assisted by Jesuit owned Riggs bank.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=104×4157293

The Riggs have a long history in Jesuit Georgetown and one even built a chapel.

http://stm.yale.edu/TheChapelCenter.php