TERRORISTS STRUGGLE TO INFILTRATE FROM LEBANON; SAA TRIUMPHS ALL OVER DAMASCUS

 

تدمير معمل لتصنيع قذائف الهاون في الزبداني.. ومقتل عشرات الإرهابيين في وادي عين ترما

Khaan Al-Shaykh:  Desperate terrorists, thirsting for a shot of whiskey, tried to infiltrate into the liquor distillery and pharmaceutical factory east of the Al-Salaam Highway and got a shot of something else instead. ‘Alloosh’s group appears more dysfunctional than ever.

 

Khaan Al-Shaykh Farms:  2 pickups with 2 23mm cannons were destroyed.  No other details.

 

Khaan Al-Shaykh:  At the Agricultural Secondary School, SAA and militia killed 11 terrorists belonging to ‘Alloosh’s hapless brood.  No names.

 

Bayt Taymaa:  An attempted infiltration into Khaan Al-Shaykh by ‘Alloosh’s fools resulted in another 8 killed and 5 wounded.

 

 

إحباط محاولة ثلاثة إرهابيين انتحاريين القيام بعمل إجرامي في محيط مدينة دمشق

Al-Tal:  This is ‘Abdullah Al-Ahmar’s hometown.  He is the Deputy Secretary General of the Ba’ath Party Pan-Arab Command located in Baraamki, Damascus.  Another miserable attempted infiltration from this town into Harastaa was stopped dead in the tracks by the SAA.  A car was halted at a military checkpoint with 3 rodents inside.  The soldiers were trained to spot terrorists and noted that one was moving his hand in a very suspicious manner.   A corporal opened fire on the vermin and killed one before he could detonate his explosive belt.  The second one near the driver was also killed.  The driver was wounded and is now singing an aria for our MI people.

 

Harastaa at the Secondary Roundabout:  SAA and NDF pulled their fingers and killed these rats:

  • Nu’maan Naaji
  • Mustafaa Tabaaju

Another 3 were not named.

 

Jawbar to the east of the Central Corniche:  SAA killed 2 more rodents:

  • ‘Ali Mawsili
  • ‘Abdul-Jaleel Mansoor

 

Al-‘Awja area at the Al-Andoomi Factory, the Al-Naabulusi Farms, the Sharee’ah School and the Chinese Villa:  14 dead rats with no names.  All were foreigners.

 

Daarayyaa:  At the Sukayna (var: Ruqayya) Shrine:  SAA killed 6 terrorists.  Their carcasses were notable for the emaciated shapes indicating starvation.

 

Al-Maleeha to the east of Tamico Pharmaceutical Complex, the SAA killed more of ‘Alloosh’s vultures:

  • ‘Abdul-Qaader Tu’ma
  • Mudhar Sha’abaan
  • ‘Aatallaah Baddoor
  • Muhammad Al-Fulaytaani
  • Jawaad Ahmad

 

Waadi ‘Ayn Turmaa:  SYRPER CAN CONFIRM THE DEATHS OF 31 JAYSH AL-ISLAM fanatics in a spectacular ambush laid by the SAA with NDF support.  This unique operation used new tactics based on studies of the training received by many of ‘Alloosh’s idiots in Jordan.  BIG SURPRISE!!  The carcasses are still being assessed and I have no names.

 

Adraa Town:  At the Inshaa`aat Quarter, the Jabha Al-Islaamiyya took a big hit when a cluster of SAA snipers got moving rodents in their cross hairs and killed 8.  Once the dust settled, NDF scoured the area and took possession of several heavy machine guns for use in killing Saudis:

  • Mahmoud Taahaa
  • Diyaab Al-‘Aroos

The others were all foreign with invalid papers.

 

Doumaa:  At the Sindiyaana Junction, the SAA killed these:

  • Ahmad Al-Hammoori
  • Dhiyaa` Sha’ath
  • ‘Abdul-Waali Subayhi

 

Al-Zabadaani:  In the western neighborhood, the SAA destroyed a mortar factory killing 3 rodents and wounding over 20.  All were foreigners:

Ahmad Al-Haaj (LEBANTEEZIAN REPTILE SPUTUM)

Rabee’ Ba’albaki (LEBANTEEZIAN PUS COLLECTOR)

The other was not identified but is believed to be Lebanteezian also.

 

Qaara on the Lebanese border:  At Waadi Al-Zamraani, rodents from our western neighbor tried to infiltrate through unorthodox routes but were slammed by alert SAA spotters who called in air strikes that halted the entire effort.  Eyewitness reports mention 5 carcasses still laying under the hot sun.  Rats are desperate.

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Canthama
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Ziad, tks for the up date, I lost count on the amount of rat activities in Khaan Al-Shaykh in the last 2-3 weeks, it has been pretty busy, why would say that ? A fleeing route ? DIfferent route to Lebanon border ?

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Dear Ziad,

Earlier you used to frequently allude to the “big surprise” in the south. what happened to that? what were the rat plans?

Xacto
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I wonder if the big suprise is Hezbollah hitting ISIS when they come out of Lebanon into Syria

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Ah, Sister from India, the “Big Surprise” has just been confirmed. Ziad released it earlier today. It was in fact that Zahran Alloush has now converted to Christianity, and is going under the name Jean-Baptiste al-Soori. Apparently he was converted by his wish for religious sanction to eat Italian mortadella.

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It was the modern equivalent of Saul’s damascus road conversion thousands of years ago.

NjHc
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You might be on to something there! Let’s hope the Creator will cease this nonsense and give people a chance to live as loving creatures.Pray for peace.

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SANA reports 600 terrorists turned themselves in at towne of Daraa today and turned in their weapons. I hope Ziad has more info on this It is reported that they have been cleared of comitting terroristic acts against Syrian people. If true this is a significant number and points to a major breakdown in terrorist morale.

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This is massive, if confirmed it would be one of the largest group ever to surrender, super news.

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Ziad what about the reports of that the rats broke trough the siege of maleeha?

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It is being reported (by AFP) that the jihadists in Arsal town have agreed to leave within 24 hours and release all the hostages they kidnapped. If this is true it is a stunning defeat for them, provided the Lebanese Army give them nothing in return. Apparently the terrorists have requested that they not be shot at as they are leaving! The Lebanese Army will probably to leave this job to the SAA as the cleric who negotiated the ceasefire and withdrawal is quoted as saying the gunmen are heading across the border to Syria. These savages already lost a… Read more »
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I honestly hoped the rats do jot go back to Syria, it is Said the group is well over 1,000, even with the dead ones, but should they go then no quarter given, one foot into Syria a bullet in the head.

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It would be nice if they could go to Saudi Arabia instead…

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I heard a ISIS commander named Abu Hasan al-Homsi have been killed in Arsal
he is said to be behind several bomb blasts in Lebanon

Canthama
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Interesting news that runs in parallel to yours, see that SAA is trying to take over another very hill that rats hide while in Qalamoun, opposite to Arsal, this would mean closed doors for rats fleeing Arsal, death trap is set up.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930515000967

BTW, sorry, pressed the dislike by mistake.

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Shinaydeen, see news below, it runs in parallel to yours, SAA it taking a very high hill, 3,000 mts high opposite to Arsal, a death trap so to speak.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930515000967

Canthama
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We have been saying here that ISIS is collapsing all over, see news below, it seems the rat dream was based in terror, PR and Captagon. Hope this is a trend and soon they will kicked out of Raqqa.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930515001315

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Yes, Canthama, it does seem that the ISIS savages are being rolled back by Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and the Kurdish forces. The Iraqi government also reported today that its air force bombed a Sharia Court operated by ISIS in a jail in Mosul and killed 60 nihilists.

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I see from M’s theater map that SAA and IA are cutting the good roads, and that’s good. If ISIS can’t get around quickly, they’re in even more trouble than they were, which was plenty.

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Hmm. It appears that in order to come at Raqqah now, SAA would have to force a heavily opposed river crossing. If they can get across the river upstream I think it would save a large number of casualties. Probably across one of the dams. It would take some good co-ordination to capture both ends of a dam at the same time, once SAA is in cleared territory near enough to make it practicable, but that would be my guess as to what will happen. Raqqah isn’t going anywhere, C, so relax.

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Pontoon Bridge

Arklight
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Collapsing, C? I don’t think so. They’re being pressed hard and forced back in a lot of places, but they’re also able to mount successful sharp actions. Probably more of a self confidence booster and PR ploy than anything, but it shows that there is still plenty of fight left in an extremely dangerous enemy. ISIS/ISIL can’t just surrender and hope to be sent home, they have no place to go except back to Turkey and they can’t get there, either, so they’ll go down fighting (in my opinion)

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I agree with you Arklight, slowly they are being defeated but they keep coming back, albeit in smaller numbers but still giving the SAA a headache.

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Iran simply must do more to help the SAA regain control over the Damascus countryside. This is the single most important area. With Damascus (Ghouta region) paciified, the terrorists will know they have no chance to ever control the country. This will destroy their morale and free up 50,000 SAA soldiers to secure other areas.

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That’s what Iran should do indeed.
SAA can win this war but to speed this process it would just be enough to have Damascus secured to free up massive forces wich will change the scenario everywhere they will be implemented. Even if they were half of that those divions will kick some asses.As shown in Mleha the big deal are big gities like Aleppo, Damascus (and Homs before the SAA was forced to negotiate a withdraw). Once the a city is liberated the villages and the small town are just a cakewalk.

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A ‘cakewalk’? Geez!

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Geez what idiot? Would you really say Mleha and a small village are the same thing? Really? Are you really that stupid?

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4Q, Anon. Take a hike

Arklight
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Nothing with ISIS is a cakewalk, fool. You bore me.

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Iran is supposed to do what, Anon? And how is Damscus/Ghouta more important than the Turkish border which is porous as a seive? The motley rats ’round southeastern Damascus aren’t going anywhere, they’re getting no supplies or ammunition. I don’t know how you come up with a figure of over 3 divisions freed up, either.

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Arklight, Damascus and Ghouta is so important because it takes away the option to archive a victory in the whole conflict from the rebel/terrorists. As long as the East Ghouta is not liberated it will alway be an option and will put pressure on Damascus in some way (psychologically and militarily). I was thinking too that they will have to surrender and run out of food, weapons and money but it looks like they are still able to mount offensives and with this UN resolution they will not run out of food. Lots of troops are bound by this encirclement… Read more »
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Watcher: Hizbollah and Iraq have their own fish to fry. Iran is, reportedly, sending in squad sized units to train NDF and ADF. SAA and YPG are doing well. The motley rats may be stealing food from the stateless Arabs, but you can’t load a rifle or mortar with hot beef sandwiches to any useful effect. SAA is dealing with the motley rats, and there are fewer of them every day. Just relax and let SAA/SAAF do their jobs.

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Every nation supports syria even if their govts don’t
even Saudi arabia has many Syrian supports that are afraid to show it
Here is nice story for you from Sri lankan defense ministry
http://www.defence.lk/new.asp?fname=Media_Lies_Fabricating_news_in_Syria_and_lessons_for_Sri_Lanka_20120603_03

And children of syrian martyrs have fine time russia
http://www.sana.sy/en/?p=8351

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“The motley rats may be stealing food from the stateless Arabs, but you can’t load a rifle or mortar with hot beef sandwiches to any useful effect. ”
Stop. Just stop trolling and say bullshit you clearly have no idea what you’re talking about.
Shut the f**k up.
Beef? Are you that retarded? These scum get billion of dollars of “non-lethal” weapons, and they’re trained by foreign advisors (US, Qatar, KSA, Jordan…)

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Wrong as usual Asslight (Dickhead) seems pretty obvious there is a growing number of ISIS losers everyday. Furthermore it seems their supporters are willing to go to any extremem to achieve their goals.

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Asslight really is a stain on this website. “Stateless Arabs”? You can’t even get yourself to say the word “Palestinian”? That makes you a Zionazi and just as ignorant and mindfucked as any ISIS loser. Move on.

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You are watching but not seeing. Iran, Iraq and HB have been involved with this forging backed insurgency from the beginning and have matched or exceeded any support these social rejects are getting and will match any support in the future, this war is already won and question is political now. I am certain that with the help of the new khalifa, his subjects, supporters and adversaries will reach a deal, amicable to all. Iraq and Syria are nothing like that sorry excuse of a country Afghanistan. Given enough training, interoperability of command and of equipment and political will, there… Read more »
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Hey, the war will be won once East Ghouta, the Hama-Idlib-Aleppo-Highway, Aleppo, the connection between Deir-ez-Zor and Hasakah or Central-Raqqah is in the hands of the SAA. If all this happens there would still be alot of clean-up in the border regions but than you could say the war is won. To get to a political solution you have to bring good cards to the table. That why i think if you have the East-Ghouta and the Hama-Idlib-Aleppo Highway you might get less radical syrian elements of the rebel/terrorists to switch sides, surrender or make a peace deal on the… Read more »
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Liveleak and other areas are buzzing about the supposed fall of Brigade 93. Does anyone have any information to confirm or refute this?

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Looks like an attack has taken and sohr hasnt wasted anytime reporting it latest reports ive read say only part of base entered not completely fallan maybr zaid can update us.

SFUP
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Its a BIG lie ISIS is still attacking the northern part of the base with limited success and the base is being reinforced by the division 17

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The pics and vids look quite ridiculous, it seems from intra rats fights in der Ez Zor and some from Iraq and Hasaka. Just curiosity for the folks here, whenever ratnews show something, it is always part of it or even not relfecting and marks for you to locate tne place, have any one seen the city of Ayn Isa which connected to the base on the pictures or video ? I am not saying the Sisis are not attacking the base, it is being surrounded for years now, i am just saying rats are creative on PR but lousy… Read more »
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Those look like Iraqi troops to me. Hezbollah does not have 150mm Artillery. It does have rockets.

Another Aussie

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SANA released information on 20 operations conducted 6.8.14 _Wedsday- all over Syria, all successful resulting in hundreds of terrorist casualties and dozens of transport destroyed I do not know there policy on informing peoples of SAA defeats, but the information they do release shows that there is serious problems in some of the terrorist organizations Some cells wiped out completely. They do give SAA casualties sometimes- but seldom.

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I want to know how many real Syrians died in this war to repay in kind one day.

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Seems Brigade 93 is now under attack. No surprise. Something like 250 Div 17 troops there. Who else is there? Numbers? What kind of troops? Infantry? Logistics? It matters!

Any realistic figures out there?

I believe Brigade 93 will fall before the end of the year the way things are going now. They better have a plan to head towards the Kurds.

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Not sure if this is ‘old’ (Div 17) or Brigade 93
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7z1nYifDuw#t=18

In any case, I’ve seen other vids and it seems they took a large amounts of boom stuff like artillery pieces and whatnot. Not that they seem to use that stuff a lot, they prefer fast pick up trucks.

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Lol you should see rebel bum boys loading up their crap on liveleak about brigade 93 laughable I did comment that pics they posted are not from a base seems they are to stupid to see it lol

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did not know in Syria there is a liquor distillery I thought things like that did not exist in the Arab World. Learn something new daily.

Canthama
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That is one of the misleading things from what one hear on MSMs regarding no alcohol for muslim countries…….not all Muslims do not drink alcohol is a mith, surely it is in the Koran but people go pne with ancient traditions as well, besides middle east have a lot of non muslims that do not follow the same customs etc…Secular countries are much more flexible…Lebanon, Syria, Turkey etc…some countries such a KSA do promote alcohol abstinence mut the fale royal family drink expensive booz at home as well as a lot of men there…so hipcrocrysis in its best. Are you… Read more »