SYRIAN ARMY POUNCES AND CRUSHES RATS IN EASTERN HOMS

 

الجيش السوري يسيطر على جبل الشاعر وحقول الغاز في ريف حمص الشرقي

Al-Shaa’er Mountain:

The SAA High Command has announced its complete eradication of ISIS filth from this desolate area.  In a major operation involving SAA, SAAF and NDF, the abandoned oil field at Al-Jadhal.  ISIS rodents did not expect the SAA to respond with such force as can be seen from the helter-skelter way they climbed on to their 4-wheelers and made for the east.  I have no numbers of dead rats.  Laugh your heads off at the map.  Some troll actually drew in a non-existent gas field for Al-Shaa’er Mountain.  It was never there. Absolutely hilarious.  And don’t forget to look for signs of a gas field that would have been protected by those hundreds of guards.  HILARIOUS AND PATHETIC.  The BS is getting very thick as I warned all of you in my post today about Cameron.

 

Kafr Laahaa in Al-Hoolaa:  An entire pack of Nusra rodents was dispatched by NDF and SAA.  No names.

 

Waadi Al-Kahf in Al-Qusayr:  3 rats killed. No names.

 

Al-Qunaytaraat: East rural area,  a large number of ISIS rodents killed here.  No names.


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Seamus Padraig
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Thanks for the update, Ziad.

Thought your readers might be interested to know that The Vineyard of the Saker has posted and English translation of a recent speech given by Hassan Nasrallah on the occasion of ‘al Quds Day’. In it, he shares his thoughts on Palestine, Syria and other matters: http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.ca/2014/07/speech-of-hezbullah-secretary-general.html

Excerpt: “Syria was the strong wall and will remain the strong wall in face of the Zionist project. It was the strong bosom embracing the resistance and the Palestinian cause. We all know the magnitude of the war imposed on Syria.”

I salute the Axis of Resistance!

Canthama
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Seamus, good reminder, have read and it was quite interesting, as usual lots of truth and paralels with 2006. Worth reading.

Lalo
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Saker and Ziad’s Syrian Perspective are two of my favorite sites. The Ukraine and Syria are related. The criminal US State Dept failed in Syria. Russia, Putin and the Russian Navy stood beside syria which enrgaed the criminals in Obama’s America,.

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Dutchie
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Yeah, and? This still tells me jackshit.

Nobilitatis
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http://www.mbendi.com/indy/oilg/gas_/as/sy/p0005.htm
Sorry for reposting but that gas field story gets reposted too.

mir
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So small gas field does exist in rural Homs, and why would more than 500 men defend this couple of small barracks and piping installations so fiercly that about 300 of them died, (still no evidence of that whatsoever), and let’s cling to that because it is going to crush credibility of syrper, – oh humanity, oh Ziad you great forger and deciever, why this betrayal, – “You too, my son Brutus (Ziad)?” Now stop nagging about this f….g gas field and supposed great retards victory already.

Shinaydeen
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The voice of reason and logic can sometimes come from surprising sources. Michael McDowell is a 
former Irish Minister for Justice and Attorney-General. Here are some extracts from an article he wrote for the Sunday Independent: “Barack Obama has lost it, I am afraid. “He is now proposing to spend $500m arming and training “moderate” elements in the anti-Assad coalition who will be using their weapons only on military and regime targets, we are told. Or perhaps they will use them on Isis too. “This new strategy is nonsense. It is built on a monstrous lie – namely, that a… Read more »
Seamus Padraig
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Unbelievable! Common sense from the Irish Establishment press! Have I lived that long?

gareth
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I always thought of McDowell as a right wing reactionary who would support the anti Assad campaign but he has made a brilliant argument against the war.Irish ‘independent’ owned by criminal tax avoiding billionaire Dennis O Brien always has the anti Assad ‘regime’ bullshit and never prints anything about attrocities committed by fsa cannibals.It has always printed what it wants the Irish people to know and not what they should know.Its coverage of the israeli slaughter in Gaza is based on the notion that Hamas is responsible…totally Orwellian double speak ! You only have to see how misinformed Irish people… Read more »
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I agree, Gareth. The thing is that if somebody as right-wing and pro-NATO as McDowell is saying these things, it strikes me that there must be a lot of establishment figures – politicians, diplomats and securocrats – saying the same things privately to each other, in places where it matters, i.e. the US State Department, CIA, British Foreign Office, Quai D’orsay. So far only the retired ones have spoken out against the clear insanity of western policy on Syria. If there is a debate going on behind the scenes, the rational ones have been losing it so far, sadly.
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Gareth Same thing with the almost totally misinformed people in my country (the Netherlands). One guy stated that the future generations of the West will be dumb, fat and happy. We can be thankful for people like Zaid and Darkhours (Sunset). The latter is a pro resistance tweep that posts english tweets about the latest Hossein Mortada (pardon this westernised version of the name this very brave reporter and my english). Because of this people we can watch the epic battle of the Syrian Titans and Lebanese Giants against very heavy supported death cults. Death cults from whom their temporary… Read more »
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Yeah very good.. The world needs more politicians like him. thanks for sharing

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SAUDI SUB-ANIMAL discussing FREEDOM and DEMOCRACY!

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Chechnya Leader Bans Obama, Other EU Officials For Bringing ‘Tragedy’ To Ukraine

http://www.hngn.com/articles/37280/20140728/chechnya-leader-bans-obama-other-eu-officials-for-bringing-tragedy-to-ukraine.htm

“The whole world has witnessed the tragedy of Libyan, Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan nations. And the Ukrainian one recently,” Kadyrov said on his Instagram feed, according to the AP. “Under the pretext of exporting democracy, civilians are being killed in these countries and cities and religious ties are being destroyed. The United States and the European Union bear direct responsibility for all that is happening.”

[…]

Shinaydeen
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Kadyrov said on his Instagram feed, according to the AP. “Under the pretext of exporting democracy, civilians are being killed in these countries…”

Kadyrov is astute. A pretext is by definition a false flag operation. I’m also wondering if the concept of ‘exporting democracy’ is an oxymoron?

Canthama
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I am just glad this event is closed down, one of the weirdest ones in this conflict.

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@Ziad Fadel

The gas field does exists, go to the wikimapia link and select Bing satalite and you will see it.

M
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This is what you refer as an gas field:
http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=34.848977&lon=37.888970&z=16&m=b&show=/31106183/Sha-er-gas-field
There is nothing there as I can see, let alone some buildings that are supposed to hold some 300 solders there. Can you?

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TAKE A DEEPER LOOK
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Strange it only shows in 1 satellite, but not in the other, plus I noticed that the map that does shows the facility, looks PAINTED, with great detail, but some BRUSH strokes, take a look, did someone manipulate the images? I believe there was some fighting at the “Jabal Al Shaer” area, but it was probaly a small army/NDF patrol that got ambushed, or a small refuelling post that was attacked, or both, but not the big thing MSM is painting it to be.

Canthama
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He he he he, nothing strange in the BING map ? Thanks M for bringing some magic to us, this whole event is quite wierd indeed, the amount of energy placed on this piece of sand is amazing. The gas field looks quite beautiful if it existed at that location.

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270 killed but very few of them soldiers, most just workers. You really think they would station 300 soldiers there? The place is in the middle of nowhere. Division 17 had only 300 troops stationed there and is a lot more important.

Canthama
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To all trolls and the ones trying to constantly shut down Syrper during the weekend, here goes some bad news to you. “The leader of the Takfiri terrorist group of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) Abu Bakr Al-Baqdadi has been injured during army’s operations in Syria, a Takfiri activist wrote on his Twitter account.”

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930506000381

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These recent developments in Syria are very worrying. The SAA needs to get its act together and not let all these bases and arms depots fall in the hands of the Rats. Better blow them up than let them being taken over.

Scorged Earth tactics might be necessary in some cases.

Greetings from the Netherlands

Shinaydeen
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Well, worry yourself to death! I can imagine a meeting of the high command of the Syrian armed forces with you as the guest speaker. You are saying: “The SAA needs to get its act together and not let all these bases and arms depots fall in the hands of the Rats.”

And all these seasoned generals who have been fighting for their lives and their country for over three years are applauding and saying: “What a brilliant idea. Why didn’t we think of that? “

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LOL Shina – You were a bit hard on poor Mr Anon. I think he means well, although his novel idea of winning the war by blowing up all the arms depots and infrastructure and reducing Syria to a huge, smouldering wasteland is not the best idea I’ve heard on SyPer!

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I know, Oz, I was being cruel but anybody who describes themselves as ‘Anonymous’ is asking for it.

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ZIad, state reporter visited the gas field and made a news item for SANA. It’s not abandoned as you can see by the exploded gas line. I’m for information, not propaganda. You can just tell us that you were misinformed and everybody would shut up about this. This just kicking against the Hornets’ Nest. You are a smart guy, act like one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YCIjeYayHk#t=250

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Breaking News: “We, as SFP, had already said and documented (see the links at bottom of page) about the natural gas fields of al-Shaer occupied by ISIS mercenary terrorists. Today we can confirm the reports previously published (which some friends, mistakenly but in good faith, had denied and defined false), and declare that the Syrian Arab Armed Forces have taken full control of the area and killed all the ISIS barbarous mercenaries.” (Please spread) The real SyrianFreePress.NETwork staff. Hopefully, that puts the matter to rest. End result is lots more dead terrorists and ‘Gas Field’ back under control. That’s good… Read more »
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“End result is lots more dead terrorists and ‘Gas Field’ back under control. That’s good news for all here, right?”

Right. You nailed it there. Move on!

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The gas fields looks at the middle of Nowhere . Is not a place to have a big army.. This attack is kind of weird ,what ISIS gained in doing that? Nothing. Just to kill civilians workers? It seems the goal was more psicological than anything. they terrorist cannot do anything with the place. cannot sell gas .. unless their intention is just terrorism and destroy the facilities.

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So it looks more like a Economic Sabotage + suicide operation.. Where they were given the order to shut down the place and stay there until they all killed . 275 workers is a big number for sure.. but changes nothing on the Battlefield.

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The NWO, USA, EU, Soros, State Dept evil scum know that the gas field brings money into Syria so they are trying anything they can to hurt Syria. These are the same vermin working to destroy America.

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See my post above about Syrian gas fields. No such gas field. Maybe clashes in that area, there are gas fields thought. The place has no strategic value and is surrounded by gouvernment controlled places. The attack may be of tactical value for the reason to divert attention. In this case the media storm makes sense.

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really, i´m bored of this trolls….

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I am no ‘armchair general’ but I sometimes wonder if the PR department of ISIS/IS could do better, for all the donor money being lavished on them. For example, if it was my job to convince my social media audience of a massive defeat inflicted on the SAA, I would collect, photograph and publish all the dead soldiers’ ID cards or ‘dog-tags’ [do soldiers still wear them?] or any positive proof of individual identities, in the same way that SyPer lists the names of deceased rat-carrion in its bulletins. This would provide some credible evidence that the headless cadaver wearing… Read more »
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