SYRIAN ARMY OPERATIONS COMPLETE SUCCESS IN DAMASCUS

 

DAMASCUS: 

Doumaa at Al-‘Aaliya Farms:  SAA ground the terrorists into so much cat food, especially, those vermin in a group called “Shabaab Al-Hudaa” (Rightly Guided Youth. Oh, please!):

  • Maaher ‘Uyoon
  • Mahmoud ‘Abdul-Baaqi
  • Muhyi-Al-Deen Sutoot

Another 4 could not be identified.

 

Doumaa at Al-‘Ibb Farms: More from Kataa`eb Shabaab Al-Hudaa who are now almost extinct:

  • Waleed Tafoor
  • Diyaab Ja’far
  • ‘Abdul-Jaleel Al-Rassaam
  • ‘Ubayda Kareem

Another 7 could not be identified.

 

Karm Al-Rassaass:  Fighting with no details.

 

AL-NISHAABIYYA:

Deep in the East Ghoutaa.  The SAA annihilated an entire group of creeping predators by firing on their southern flank, forcing them to retreat straight into a perfectly laid ambush set by infantry.  A real terrorist-shoot:

 

  • Zhaafer Al-Hindi
  • Faarooq Samhaat
  • Khaaled Al-Zuhri
  • Qaassem ‘Abdul-Haadi
  • ‘Adnaan Al-Shaykh
  • ‘Ali Baakoom
  • Al-‘Arabi Al-Ghazaali (ALGERIAN PALMETTO BUG DROPPING)
  • Ahmad Haydar

 

Another 21 were deemed to be foreigners, mostly Jordanian, Libyan and Saudi terrorists.

 

Al-Maleha Farms:  A pickup with a 23mm cannons was destroyed and all terrorists aboard killed.  They belonged to the Faylaq Al-Rahmaan (The Huge Army Corps of Allah the Merciful! Yawn) and the very vincible and extinct Kataa`eb Shabaab Al-Hudaa.  I have no names.

 

JISREEN:

MAJOR ADVANCE REPORTED IN THE EAST AS SUPPLY LINES TO TERRORISTS DRY UP.  I have received no details about the fighting here although it’s been described as intense.  Terrorists running out of ammo with no hope of getting any. Expect some big obituaries, my friends.

 

Zamalkaa:

SAA killed these remnant terrorists of the Nusra group and quickly threw them into the backs of trucks:

 

  • Jalaal Al-Taweel
  • Ayman Al-Ahmad
  • Jihaad Hamaada
  • Taaher Iswaaraa

 

 

Khaan Al-Shaykh on Al-Qusoor Street.  A pickup with 23mm cannon seized and delivered to NDF.  They too were members of this lemming-like “Kataa`eb Shabaab Al-Hudaa”.  No names sent.

 

Al-Ruhayba area in northeast Damascus:  SAA confirmed killing 5 terrorists and taking 11 prisoners. These vermin belonged to a group called “’Asaaker Allah” (Soldiers of Allah, yawn). Sort of makes you want to sing that old hymn: “Onward Christian Soldiers Marching as to War”:

  • Blaal Safwaan
  • Ghaanem Ghaanem
  • Faadi Al-Halabi
  • Muhammad ‘Abdullah
  • Jihaad Al-Madani

 

Jurood (foothills) Qaarra:  On the border with Lebanon.  9 killed by SAAF in direct and perfect airstrike.  No names.

 

Daarayyaa and Jawbar: Clean-up goes on with no details.

 

 

NEWS AND REPORTS:

MILOSH sends this laugh-a-minute jeremiad by ousted terrorist fink and trash purveyor Robert Ford. Don’t read this while eating your breakfast:

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/11/opinion/ford-arm-syrias-opposition.html?hp&rref=opinion&_r=1

Analysis of the situation in Iraqi Mosul raises interesting questions:

http://english.al-akhbar.com/node/20125

If you want to really see how nuts Erdoghan has become, you’ve gotta read this one:

http://nsnbc.me/2014/06/11/turkey-bans-boko-haram-amid-criticism-for-state-sponsoring-terrorism/

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Joene
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Thank you Ziad.

From what I understand is that the Maleha campaign part of a larger operation to cut of supply lines to Zamalka and other suburbs east of it.
This means they have to move for a large distance through the East Ghouta area, with the final stop in Duma?

Can you share what the purpose is of the Maleha campaign? Aside of killing loads of rats and draining the entire Ghouta area of fighters.

Cheers!

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Joene, my 2 cts on your question is : 1) Al Mahela is key since it is quite sizeable city, the most important left since the Damascus campaign to liberate all the regions close to the international airport and the Sayida Zeinab shrine. 2) Once Al Mahela is taken, there is a wide open area to the east of farm lands, easier to be taken in general than cities. Key for life to get back to city centers since food planting would resume to normal. 3) Al Mahela taken would let SAA be able to flank Jamalka, and that would… Read more »
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Thank you for your comment. regarding your comment on the open area in the east: I agree this terrain favors the armored divisions of the Republican Guard much more (losses against TOW would be acceptable), but why haven’t they pushed from the south? One of the reasons could be that they want to seal off the urban north and leave open the ‘open’ Ghouta area. This to avoid having all the rats from the south moving into the Dense urban area. And what is considered Zamalka? I always view it as the urban area east of the highway, with other… Read more »
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It is a good point you brought about cutting off the southern route toward the east ghouta thus blocking further terrorist to infiltrate to the urban areas. Sorry for the confusion but Zamalka is just that neighbor indeed, there are other adjacents urban centers such irben, but the real front line is Zamalka, this is where thousands of terrorists are located in dozens tunnels and the many buildings. It reminds me the WWI without the building, the fight is intense in short distances, trenchers etc.. But then of course we have hundreds of buildings and houses which makes it a… Read more »
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That area it’s still too dense.
Probably they prefer to split Zamalka, Hazeh , Ain Terma from the rest of the Eastern Ghouta (district 1,2 7). Seems easier, it’s all countryside. Just wondering if after the fall of all that, they will understand they’re fucking surrounded and trapped like a rats on a boat or they will keep fighting like retarded apes like their fellows Chimpanzees in Homs, forcing the government to make a deal with them to gain more time and finally free resources for Idlib.

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ISIL has attacked the Turkish consulate in Moussul and taken dozens of hostages – among them the Turkish consul.

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I’m so sad about the ISIL take over of moussul in Iraq. I’m Assyrian and moussoul is very near the Assyrian heartlands of the Nineveh plains. Since 2014 there have been plans of making a semi autonnoumous region like kurdistan in the Nineveh plains. It was be called Assyria and will about half the size of lebanon . I pray for the creation of Assyria everyday. I love Iraq too, but a Assyrian state is needed. Syria, however should stay united!!! Iraq and Syria are true friends.

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you can rest assure the weapons captured will show up in Syria, maybe this is part of a grand scheme to mask the delivery of larger American weapon systems to terrorists in Syria. I’ve said this before and will say this again, in order to understand the situation in Syria one must look closely at the Iraq war ( rise of the deathsquads and western intel sponsored sectarian killing)

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i bet there will be a bunch of Manpads comming to Syria in the next days.

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Freeman/Anon – You are both correct. Manpads and much more! Here are photos showing a Chechen ’emir’ called by Omar al-Shishani inspecting the first US humvees to arrive in Syria seized by ISIS in Mosul, Iraq. Another journalist said he saw “More US made Humvees captured by ISIS in Mosul. They’re all working fine. Already transferred to ISIS territory in Syria.” [http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/]
– Obviously part of a US/Turk ‘cunning plan’ to discreetly re-arm the enemies of Syria, while creating massive embarrassment for Maliki and keeping Iraq weak, chaotic and vulnerable.
Hopefully more new equipment for SAA (after big surprise?)

Anonymous
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Oh this is just disgusting and sad. Well, hopefully the kurds and the AL NUSRA rats will fight them for us 🙂

martin
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yes that’s a big concern…ive seen images of endless lines of artillery and armored vehicles. let’s hope they haven’t captured the ammo dumps.

rgds,

martin

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Great news, lets keep pushing, Damascus must be freed asap, other areas in Syria need the SAA manpower ftaht are stationed in Damascus. Tks for the up date.

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Boy that Robert Ford is a hunk of shit. It is remarkable to watch these guys construct a venomous harangue within a fundamentally disingenuous paradigm of provable horse pucky.

Ozsceptic
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Damn Dudley! You are one hell of a Sesquipedalian. I am (as always) in total awe of your expressive aphasia. LOL!

david
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ziad what will syria do if terrorists flood across the iraqi border? is the army prepared for conventional war?

Freeman
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that already happened with the coming of /ISIL to Syria 2 years ago

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In that New York Times article, Robert Ford yet again exposes the shameful role his country has played in the Middle East, as yet another architect of a plot to subvert democracy in this region and to punish any country that does not obey US geo-political demands. The only consolation is that, unlike Kermit Roosevelt in Iran in 1953, Ford was and will remain a total failure in Syria.

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I think it is has a suspicious timing ( Obama giving green lights to official lethal aid to terrorists )

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I simply cant believe how the ISIS could have managed to capture Mosul, including Banks, Police stations, army installations and Oil fields in just a coupple of days, whats the problem of the Iraqui Army?, cant they defend a Frontline!? Where are the Tanks U.S “Selled” to the Iraqui Army and all the washington´s boasted Aid?. Its simply unbelivable that a group (ISIL) of some 5,000 to 7,000 men acording to many assasements, could split in two fronts and achieve such a results on Iraq. Even with Saudi-Qatari advanced weaponry how could a small force could avance that far. It… Read more »
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Hi, from what i understand there are alot of Saddams officers and ex-soldiers in ISIS. This Blitzkrieg might be so successful because this push has support from many civilans ,ex-Soldiers and even active army and securtiy personal in certain areas in Iraq. I guess there is a sectarian factor too. There are rumors that Turkey has its hands in it too. This must be the most successful funding operation in human history. Free money, equipment, new conspricts and a huge extortion base and oil-money. This is a huge propaganda victory too for ISIS. But to me something is not right… Read more »
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Thanks for the links Ziad and the contributers, so as i said yesterday i have this funny feeling that this was all a ruse so as not to implicate america into giving ISIS major weapons, something is fishy here, maybe the soldiers didin’t know about their leaders plans, their leaders would have ordered them to drop everything and run, their officers i bet did this, i could be wrong but how can an army run for it’s dear life and just let a whole city get taken over so quickly?. Thank God the SAA are the total opposite.

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Agreed Chevi. All praise to brave Syrian nation and thanks to our real ‘mentat’, Ziad Fadel and all contributors here, the big, the small and the insignificant (like me). I have just seen photos of massive columns of Iraqi army heading towards Mosul. Hopefully, IA has its own ‘big surprise’ for ISIL and all skeptics who assumed they were finished. A pincer movement from Syrian side and/or some aerial intervention from an entity other than US/Turkey would be a bonus too. Let’s wait and see what surprises are in store.

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Just entered the RT website and saw a Tweet about the ISIS 100 Km away from Baghdad, there was a photo of a convoy of over 15 pick up trucks lined up advancing(All of them freaking brand new Toyota Hi-Lux). Why cant the Iraqui air froce call air support, Who watches the Iraqui Frontier??? The Three Stooges or Mr Maggo?

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German state TV finally admits that Erdogan is in bed with Jihadist groups. Translation: With all one’s might the government of Erdogan tried to forge a sunny alliance together with Egypt, S.A. and Qatar against the alawite-shiite Regime of Assad. This alliance has indeed been broken after the coup d’etat against Mursi, but it had enough time to bolster groups like Jabhat al Nusra and ISIS by financial, military and logistic means. http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/tuerkeiirak-100.html “Mit aller Macht versuchte die Regierung Erdogan gemeinsam mit Ägypten, Saudi-Arabien und Katar, eine sunnitische Allianz gegen das alevitisch-schiitische Regime Assads zu schmieden. Diese Allianz ist zwar… Read more »