LATAKIA WIPE-OUT; HAMA BLASPHEMERS IN HELL

 

 

Syrian army soldiers and their vehicles (SANA photo).

(Photo: SANA)

LATAKIA:

 

Al-Zuwayk:  The SAA and NDF shattered any hopes these infidels might have of advancing any further than a mere kilometer into northern Latakia Province when they delivered fire and eternal damnation to their slithering hordes of dung beetles.  Yesterday, the roaches were ambushed on a road that did not permit escape.  43 carcasses were counted and 12 were taken prisoner.  It was a rout:

  • Haani Al-Shaykh
  • “Abu Mus’ab Al-Urduni” (Yawn. Another flabby Mus’ab bites the dust. JORDANTEEZIAN COCKROACH)
  • Mundher Al-‘Attaar (No relation to our VP, Dr. Najaaj Al-‘Attaar)
  • Muhammad Al-Muraadi
  • Adham Al-‘Ish
  • Maaher Shaddood
  • Faysal Dakhlallah
  • ‘Issaam Al-Ra’waan
  • Marwaan Hassan
  • Ridhaa Hilbaawi
  • “Abu Jaaber Al-Laadhiqaani” (Id pending)

The rest of them were identified as Turks, Daghestaanis, Turkmans, Afghanis and other forms of vermin)

 

Al-Nawba Moutain:  Fierce fighting saw Turk officers withdrawn quickly lest they fall into the clutches of our MI people with attendant warbling and inevitable humiliation.  They were seen in uniform rushing into a Humvee-type vehicle.  But, they abandoned their favorite rats upon whom the SAA pounced with the Sword of Righteousness and slew each and every one.  As you might guess, the rodents had no papers on them and appeared to be mostly Chechens.  There were 14 carcasses.

 

Jabal Zaahi:  More suicide operations typical of failed degenerates and noisome nihilists.  SAA killed 27 and took an undisclosed number prisoner.  A pickup with 23mm cannon was destroyed.  I have no names.

 

Al-Furunluq Sanctuary (var: Al-Furulluq):  SAA killed 4 rats and wounded another 4 in a firefight. Of the 4 killed, 2 were from North Africa.

 

Kitf Al-Rummaan:  Skirmish. Indicative of decreasing numbers of rodents now mostly crawling their way eastward to die in Idlib.

 

Kafr Dilba and Tartiyaah:  All near the border with Turk-Occupied Syria (Hatay, Iskenderoun).  No details about fighting.

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 HAMA:

 

Kafr Zaytaa:  SAA delivered oblivion to these crouching vermin:

  • Ibraaheem Al-Khaleel (Interesting name because in Arabic, Abraham’s epithet is Al-Khaleel, the bosom friend of Allah. It is also the Arabic name for the Aramaic town of Hebron)
  • Baassem Daagher
  • Maajed Al-A’raj
  • Mustafaa Al-Hayaati
  • Karam Raslaan
  • ‘Abdul-Kareem ‘Atiyya
  • Mahmoud Al-Bayk
  • Mustafaa ‘Arafaat
  • Ghaazi Shilliq

Another 4 could not be identified.

 

Zoor Abu Zayd:  Fighting with no details.

 

Hama/Mahardaa Road:  Rats tried attacking a network of checkpoints here and managed to lose 2 armored vehicles supplied by the treacherous Cameron Brits.  Wael received a report that 9 rats were killed although he has no details.

 

Fighting in Tayyibat Al-Imaam and Khattaab.  No details.


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gareth
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Happiness is…the smell of rotting wahhabi cannibal flesh in the sun.Thanks for the updates Z.Victory to the SAA….Inshallah.

Canthama
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Great to hear the heavy rat casualties, Lattakia seems to be almost rat free which will indeed place the rodents in Idlib and Hama in a very bad spot, things are looking really good for Syria, after the probinces at M5, Damasucs rat free and Aleppo encircled, it will be fun to see thousands of SAA frying ISIS, or should I say Sisi rats, on the desert. What a great day would that be. Keep on pushing SAA. Greetings from Brazil.

Manfred
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Manfred

Wonderful news! Thanks, Ziad.

dudleydoright911
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Nice to see rats taking the dirt nap they so richly deserve. I hear our newest troll hunain may have been shipped off to syria for a homosexual jihad as he was selected by a group of savages in a marriage recruitment center / livestock auction because of his beautiful blew eyes ( one blew left and one blew right ).

Amir
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Yo Dudley LMAOI bro!!! BTW great posts from you to the troll(s) … especially the one hung up on Ziad’s “hogwash” (hunain 4Q) lol!!! Keep on truckin bro. Love and peace Amir.

Arklight
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@dudley:if the savages chose hunain, then the savages must be even more pathetic than I thought.

mir
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hey, leave poor hunain alone, that person is evidently sick, mentally challenged individual, – there are way more perfidious and malicious trolling bastards here

Anonymous
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@mir, nunain, like any of the rest of us, is free to leave the forum at any time.

Captain
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I can see the troops picked up a good harvest……great to hear it…

If interested here is a video about Mr.D’s girlfriend…..:P…….
something to watch on your own time……

Anonymous
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Hi Ziad, I thought Khaleel is Charles in English.

Hunain
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Hunain

ziadh is a big fat lier

dudleydoright911
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a person or thing that lies, as in wait or in ambush.

you dunce.

like I said yesterday you’re either stupid or a child.

Arklight
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Arklight

@dudley: would you sail for ‘TROLL’?

Anonymous
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Reminds me of this character from Family Guy.

Manfred
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Hunain, check the site “Syria 360 degrees under “July victories of SAA. The battlefield reports from SANA are listed by date and theatre of operation. Everything confirms the informations from Ziad. Only SANA does not predict the future operations.. If you cannot read reports in English I think they have a French and Italian site for you.

dudleydoright911
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English is HunAIDS’ second language and he doesn’t have a first.

Canthama
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Canthama

Yawn…jealous…loser. Go back to bed, mommy is calling you.

Arklight
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Booooooriiiing

Ozsceptic
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Hunain! You very funny. You call ziadh big fat lier. Personal attak always beter than facts or inteligenzz. Me you like. Yu gOod troll. Mor fun than old one (him callled Mentat.) Him uze big werdz, and him infidel aniway. Keep on posting Hunain, pleeeez. Me give U thums up, OK?

Jovi
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The Syrian People defending true freedom, self determination and Independence!

In Syria its not a question of are you for or against the President. Its a question of are you for or against civil order, are you for or against stability, are you for or against peaceful reforms, are you for or against car bombs, are you for or against Civilization and modern society.

Ozsceptic
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Agree Jovi… or you could ask “Are you HUMAN or a just a fukin’ stupid savage?”
The line seems very clear for most of us.
The people of Syria are wonderful. They have stood tall and proud..

Anonymous
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Spanish FM says Gaza “humanitarian disaster without precedent” http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/xinhua-news-agency/140731/spanish-fm-says-gaza-humanitarian-disaster-without-precedent MADRID, July 31 (Xinhua) — Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Maragallo commented on Thursday that the ongoing situation in Gaza has created a “humanitarian disaster without precedent in the 21st century.” Speaking in the Spanish Congress building, Garcia-Margallo said the latest information he had was that the Israeli strikes against the Gaza Strip has cost “1,370 Palestine lives and caused 7,200, injuries to Palestinians.” Garcia-Margallo said the effects of the strike were not just being felt at the present, but would last long into the future. “There is a serious lack… Read more »
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Spanish Foreign Minister Garcia-Margallo] said “The attention we are giving to Gaza is making us forget what is happening in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and in the rest of the Middle East,” before making an appeal for the conflict to end. That is an interesting and welcome statement but what is the Spanish government doing to help end the conflict? Has the Spanish government made a single statement criticising the policies of the EU, NATO, the US and their Gulf allies which are fuelling and fomenting what is by now a regional conflict conflict between the forces of savagery and the… Read more »
Arklight
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@Shinaydeen: The Spanish government is doing jack sh*t, of course.

Eddy
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The USA’s actions and involvement is far worse. The US military looks on as Obama destroys America.

cataro
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for the Spanish government is a call of attention that Hispanic countries have a definite position against last massacres. The “children” are more decent than the “father”

Bonete
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The spanish government is clearly pro-US and pro-Israel. They won’t say anything against them. They are just talking about “stop the war”, in abstract. As if war was a kind of weather anomaly. People in spanish government are right-wing neocons and most of them belong to Opus Dei, a christian catholic lobby inside the Catholic Church.

In this page is usual to read things against zionism, but neocon and ultracatholic right wingers in Europe are even worse.

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Lebanon detains 8 Syrians suspected linking with terror group http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/africa/2014-07/31/c_133520982.htm BEIRUT, July 30 (Xinhua) — The Lebanese army detained eight Syrian nationals on Wednesday for illegally entering Lebanon and being suspected of having links with an offshoot of al-Qaida, the military said in a statement. The army “seized eight Syrians in the eastern border town of Arsal for illegal entry. Some of them were driving unregistered cars and motorcycles and are suspected of belonging to terrorist groups.” Later, the state-run National News Agency reported that the detained Syrians were suspected of having links to the al- Qaida affiliate “Al-Nusra Front,”… Read more »
Shinaydeen
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The terrorist groups, mainly Nusra and ISIS, have for a long time now been promising to wage devastating bombing campaigns in Lebanon. Their near- total defeat in the Qualamoun campaign undermined their strategy in the first instance.

More recently it looks as if good co-operation between Hezbollah, the SAA and the Lebanese Army have thwarted the latest plans of the nihilists.

Arklight
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I’m surprised that the Lebanese Army left their billets long enough to do more than go shopping.

cataro
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It’s amazing how with one hand Saudi Arab will give food to the Lebanese government, they buy new weapons (American and French) and promise billions of dollars in cooperation and with the other hand (sinister) organized the terrorists to destroy the Lebanese state. All of you will tell me which you expect the Saudis, but my surprise is why corrupt Lebanese politicians that allow this to happen.
Hope that the Lebanese people will not allow tafkiris destroy your beautiful country

Anonymous
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it´s an easy game: Saudi Apes buy the weapons, so ISIL/Nusrats can steal them from the libanese Army and get Lebanon as part of their Cali-fart. The same game like they played in Iraq: give some weapons to the army and tell the snackbarians how to steal them from there.

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NATO’s global offensive – By Manlio Dinucci on July 31, 2014 http://www.workers.org/articles/2014/07/31/natos-global-offensive/ This article by Manlio Dinucci is republished from his “Art of War” column in the Italian newspaper Il Manifesto of July 29. Translated by Workers World managing editor John Catalinotto. There’s no holiday this summer for NATO; it’s working overtime. In preparation for the Summit of Heads of State and Government on Sept. 4-5 in Newport, Wales, NATO will set down its blueprint for “strategic adaptation” to move against Russia. As already announced by U.S. Gen. Philip Breedlove, the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, it “will cost money,… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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This statement about so called NATO activities is a collection of information presented in a way that makes it worthless. First one need to see the strong difference between the cooperation of member countries and so-called partners. There are parts about members in anons comment, about wannabe members (like Ukraine and Georgia) and about non-members which only cooperate with NATO (as does Russia). For example Aserbaidshan and its archenemy Armenia will not cooperate with each other. There is no way that any country, even USA, would be allowed to train troops in both countries to fight each other. Colombia is… Read more »
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WHODUNIT? According to the report of German pilot and airlines expert Peter Haisenko, the MH17 Boeing 777 was not brought down by a missile. What he observed from the available photos were perforations of the cockpit. Michael Bociurkiw, of the OSCE group of monitors at his daily briefing described part of the plane’s fuselage dotted with “shrapnel-like, almost machine gun-like holes.” According to the findings of Peter Haisenko: “If we now consider the armament of a typical SU 25 we learn this: It is equipped with a double-barreled 30-mm gun, type GSh-302 / AO-17A, equipped with: a 250 round magazine… Read more »
Anonymous
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if this was the case the black boxes will reveal such via pilot conversations. Strafing will not bring down a plane immediately like an explosion will, so there would have been time for the pilots to realize something bad was happening, and comment about it.

Arklight
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Anon:The stupid Maylaysian authorities havded the black boxes over to the Dutch, who gave them to the Brits. Since everything internationally criminal these days has CIA/MI6 in it from the notion to the execution, you don’t seriously think, do you, that we’ll ever get a factual report of what was on the tapes – – assuming that the Pommies haven’t ‘lost’ them by fire or theft before the tapes could be ‘analyzed’. Besides, the purported strafing was targeting, specifically, the cockpit in order to kill the AC and copilot, leaving no one to fly the plane.

Canthama
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And by the way, this is the key concern for countries looking at the truth of it, the black box was sent ti UK to be openned and data could be manipulated to hide the obvious which as MH17 was downex by a war plane. Do not be surprise to see reports pointing in the direction of ground to air missile. At the Malaysia should have more voice in the investigation and question all conclusions, the Dutch Government has been biases already condenming Russia 2 days after the incident and seems to lead this investigation…..

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@Canthama: The plane belonged to Malaysia’s flag carrier, making Malaysia responsible for the aircraft, crew, passengers and cargo. So far as I know, the Malaysian authorities handing the data over to the Dutch does nothing to mitigate Malaysia’s responsibility, and may produce additional liability issues; if the Dutch, by handing the data over to the Pommies escape any culpability is doubtful, at best. CIA/MI6 have to be in on this right from the beginning, so we will never get any truthful information from the Brits. The Ukies, with (probable) American help, counterfeited satellite photos, which Russia has nailed as having… Read more »
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Hi, Oz. I don’t think that the Russian radar tracking showed the Su25 making 2 passes, one to port and the other to starboard, or even necessarily approaching to within gun range. It has been reported that the starboard engine shows damage consistent with an air to air missile strike, and the plane exploded following a fire started shortly after the engine was hit. According to the report I saw, there was no discoverable damage consistent with a BUK M1 missile. I’d think that the definitive evidence would be on the ‘black box’ tapes but, since the Maylasian authorities were… Read more »
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Fully agree, and yet there maybe another piece of evidence hidden so far by Russia, they used old military radar screens to raise the point of a SU25 very near the plane, they were the first to tell the public about it, at least showing facts, but it is believed they held modern digital radar images in a gamble to know how far NATO goes with the cover up, then expose it. Some alternative news site also said this was on purposedly leaked so NATO had chance to change route on the pre meditaded accusations. Kiev regime also knowing the… Read more »
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@C, when the info from the black boxes comes out, you’ll need a clothespin on you nose to get any nearer that five miles upwind in a strong gale. A hanky dipped in skunk spray might help.

Nobilitatis
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Peter Haisenko is by no means an airlines expert. He is a critical writer criticizing the influence of the rich, the bankers, England on the global politics in history. He happened to be a pilot in his former life. His idea bases on pictures from internet. I would wait for statements from the experts who are actually researching on the scene and on the remains of the airplane. They may be also qualified.

Dany the Fatso
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C’mon Ziad post more news from the front, or some updates about the current events on the Gaza Strip. After the Kerry sponsored 72 hour truce fiasco, i started to google out the 2006 lebanon war, and looking at the number of killed and background this war looks a lot like the war in witch hezbollah fought against the IDF, curriosly it began on 12 July and lasted over a month and a half. The number of IDF soldiers raised on the closing days of the war, and Hamas have stracted a high toll on IDF soldier specially in the… Read more »
SFUP
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Most of the Arab nations support IsraHell and others are silent

basilsharp
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Wondering how soon will the latest batch of trained recruits and pilots come out for the SAA. Sounds like the slow methodical approach will start picking up speed.

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