DER’AH: NUSRA SMOTHERED IN TOWN AFTER TOWN; SYRIAN ARMY FOILS MEETING OF NUSRA RATS IN YADOODA; SAUDI OFFICER KILLED IN KOBANE

 

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Al-Yaadoodaa:  Even rodents have to meet to get their affairs in order. Whether it’s writing a last will and testament or planning to starve the local population because it won’t support them. Whatever it may be, the meetings go on right under the watchful eye of Syria’s vaunted security services.  The day before yesterday, Nusra rodents got together in a house which they took over against the will of the owner.  The SAA fixed mortars, RPGs and infantry all around the building.  At 4:30 p.m., a field commander announced the presence of the SAA and demanded the total surrender of the rats.  They opened fire on the SAA.  We are pleased to inform our readers that the Syrian Army killed 18 rodents and took 5 prisoners.

 

Al-Ghizlaan Farms:  An attempted encroachment by vermin was repelled.

 

Qassr Al-Beetaar Farms:  Another movement of heretics was stymies by alert SAA:

Zuhayr Da’shoor

As’ad Muhammad Mahaasina

The other 4 were Tunisians and Libyans who carried invalid papers.

 

Saudi Qassr west of Al-Ghizlaan Farms:  A nest of Nusra rodents was eliminated.  No details.

 

Fighting reported in these areas: Al-Tayyiba, Saydaa, Umm Al-Mayaadhen, Al-Musayfira,  Dayr Al-‘Adas (22 rats killed), Old Customs Building, Al-Hammaadeen Quarter (warehouse seized), ‘Itmaan, South of Umm Al-Mayaadhen Bridge, Tal Al-Maal, Tafass, East Al-Karak.  

 

 

أهم العمليات العسكرية لوحدات الجيش السوري ليوم 13-10-2014

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ALEPPO:

Kobane:  (Arabic: ‘Ayn Al-‘Arab):  We have confirmed the death of an active duty officer connected to the Saudi heretic Ministry of the Interior – a major, no less – who was killed fighting with ISIS 3 days ago at Kobane.  His name is HishaamAbdullah Al-Sha’laan.  We have an exclusive photo of the dead major:

 

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Here’s an interesting but bizarre article from NSNBC.  What’s bizarre is that Iran fought hard to get Al-Maliki fired from his post as PM:

http://nsnbc.me/2014/10/19/iran-proxy-war-kurdistan/

Ozseptic sends this article about Erdoghan’s targeting of journalists:

http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2014/10/20/serena-shim-killed/

From Scoop an elegant article about British/Cameron chicanery and the cause of Palestine. A good read:

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL1410/S00094/david-cameron-still-hasnt-got-the-message-on-palestine.htm


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Tony Lizzerri
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Tony Lizzerri

Interesting. Have other media outlets picked up on this Saudi officer? We all know that Saudi Arabia created ISIS, but they deny that and claim to be fighting against them. So, curious to see the reaction now…

Anonymous
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Other media as whom? BBC, ABC, CNN or others as such? would you count them to be credible?you state “We all know that Saudi Arabia created ISIS” has any other media acknowledged this fact? So what difference does it make? You know it, I know it, so does millions of others. regardless of other medias pickups.

Canthama
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Canthama

Tks Ziad for the up date, it is really good to see the SAA stepping up in the south.
Intriguing article from Eric on Iran and Kurds, will sleep on it and reflect on it.

Nobilitatis
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I did the same. It looks like some kind of true. But it focuses entirely on the Kurdish autonomous region of Iraq calling it ‘The Kurdistan’ which is not right. The biggest chunks of territory populated by Kurds are 1st in Turkey and 2nd in Iran. Strategically it is right for Iran to support a Kurdish state inside (!) Iraq to ensure the territory of Iran and turn the Kurds into a tool to influence Turkey. But it must be enforced by some kind of autonomous zone in Iraq too. Only that (and some good words in Syria to convince… Read more »
Canthama
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Canthama

Nobilitatis, good point indeed. With close to 20% of Turkey’s population, the Kurds there are not something you can play with as Erdogan seems to be doing. Iran’s move may be indeed ingenius if played right, and on the log run it could work out well, we will see if works then.

Jimmy M.
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Hello all. There is a guy on twitter named Elijah J. Magnier (@EjmAlrai) who is the Chief International correspondent for AL RAI News. He is a good sorce of info on the Syrian war. He wrote a piece in Arabic about how the SAA has adapted its conventional military to confront Nusra’s guerilla style of fighting by creating a Syrian-Hezbollah. Apparently the first batch of these fighters is already deployed in Ghouta, and Daraa, with many more to come. The article is in arabic. Can anyone translate please?

http://www.alraimedia.com/Articles.aspx?id=537126

jo6pac
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jo6pac

use google it does ok and thanks for the link, very interesting.

Jimmy M.
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Jimmy M.

It won’t work on mine. Thats why I ask.

Cataro
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Cataro

Jimmy copy the text and paste in google translator, there are other translators you can use also

CHEVI789
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It won’t translate due to too many characters, 5000 max.

Ako
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Hezbollah. Heh heh heh. Someone the Israelis do not like to fight against. The IDF called them ghosts in Lebanon in 2006. Hezbollah would appear then disappear. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=754AT7o5qx0 Hezbollah are some of the toughest fighters in the world. Right up there with the best Russians. The Syrian Army are really coming on as well. This sick “war” is a nightmare but the SAA is showing they can fight with the best of them. Sad this all has to happen. I am hopeful that Iran, Syria and Iraq try to work together along with the Kurds and realize that they should… Read more »
Arklight
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It appears that the Saudi Major was a Possum, not the standard issue rat – – any reason for this?

R
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R

Wait till you see what Generals look like.

Cataro
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Cataro

Thanks, that was funny

CHEVI789
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Yeah i recognise that saudi anywhere, that’s him alright, but i saw the major when he was a woman, her name was bint el sharmootah.

Dany the Fatso
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Dany the Fatso

Ziad, the Syrian Foreign ministry should compile more photos of important saudi apes (before/after) and file a complaint at U.N. I know it will not be crucial but this must be known. More people in the world could get informed that way.

Bill Connerty
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I love your sense of humor on the major photo. Hilarious. It really is a comedic irony.

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