IDLIB: SYRIAN ARMY AMBUSH KILLS 47 NUSRA TERRORISTS IN NAHLA; SAA CONTROLS NAWAA AND SHMISKEEN

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IDLIB:

 

Nahla Village:  In an ambush that has become a staple of the Army’s enhanced tactical repertoire,  the SAA mined the main route into the town with remotely controlled explosives and awaited patiently the inevitable caravan of carcasses which was to dot the landscape of this fertile stretch of Syrian soil noted for its orchards.  When the convoy traversed the entire length of the mined area,  the field commander gave the order to pop the mines hurling rodent carcasses into the air as high as 30 feet.  Needless to say, no rat survived the operation.  Early field assessment gave a count of 47 dead vermin.  All were Nusra.

 

Qar’ Al-Ghazaal:  Heavy fighting with Nusra trying to hold on to territory at all costs.  Fighting is continuing as we write.

 

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Abu Dhuhoor area:  More fighting with SAA gaining ground in small measurements.  No details.

 

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DER’AH:

The fighting in the Eastern Ghoutaa is diminishing and with that comes greater flexibility in deploying additional forces to the one area which Saudi Arabia, arch-terrorist supporter and leading reactionary society, has designated as its own theater in Syria.  Some readers, who are clearly trolls or the enemies of the Syrian people, have falsely spread a rumor that the terrorist rats of Nusra have retaken Nawaa.  SyrPer disputed this and it turns out were correct. Nawaa is firmly in the hands of the SAA with the Nusra rodents still trying to penetrate its perimeter.  That may become much more difficult as specialized forces are deployed into the area from both Damascus and Idlib/Hama.  Reports remain unconfirmed that the “Tiger Force” led by Col. Suhayl Al-Hassan has been ordered into the area to help finish off the rats.

The Syrian Ministry of Defense has pooh-poohed Arabian propaganda reports of Nusra’s takeover of Al-Shaykh Miskeen. The reports are typical of the simian thought processes which dominate the minds of these rats.  The town is mostly in the hands of the SAA with some quarters infested with rodents.  This will not last long.

 

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Mentat
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IS now has its own squadron of choppers, trained on Syrian AF pilots, although the Kuffār dislike it

[but according to Ziad it’s just more special effects]

Flanders
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Wrote before that it was just a matter of time before they would set up some kind of Air Force considering the gains they made this year. Don’t think it will be that efficient, but they might use planes for suicide missions…

Matt Cusumano
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The idea that ISIS will conduct any air combat operations is not worth talking about. The videos the put out show them taxing some aircraft around an airbase, but as a pilot, I can tell you..air operations are not going to be in the cards for any so called “rebel” formation

The Rift
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Well some of the USSA forces (oops, I meant ISIS), are trained in flight. But their best flight will be their flight to hell.

juanito perez
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juanito perez

Holy shit, that was so intense, I liked it… Americans are clearly not welcome in the middle east, even if this means, Assad, the rebels, ISIS, Iran or whoever… LOL

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Fuck off troll

Mentat
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Further details from almasdarnews.com: The 18 soldiers from the SAA that were executed by ISIS members in the video were believed to be hostages from Division 17 and Brigade 93 bases captured by ISIS in early August of this year. Very similar to Peter Kassig’s story, they would be used as a tool for ISIS to attempt to coerce the Syrian Government into negotiating the release of imprisoned ISIS fighters. According to a source, the Syrian Government refused to agree to ISIS’ terms due to their demand that every ISIS fighter in a Syrian Government prison be released. Following this,… Read more »
Melik Ric
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Fantastic news, it sounds similar to the Al-Otaiba operation earlier in the year in which almost 200 Salafist jihadi rats were cleansed off the face of the earth by Hezbollah.

Flanders
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War with Isis: Islamic militants have army of 200,000, claims senior Kurdish leader
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/war-with-isis-islamic-militants-have-army-of-200000-claims-kurdish-leader-9863418.html

Maybe, IS certainly have a big, wel organised machine. They have been slowned down a bit, but nothing more.

Kurds might overestimate them a bit since they performed so poorly at Kobane. Nevertheless, big test coming up for the SAA once IS starts to move towards Aleppo/Homs.

juanito perez
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juanito perez

GOOOOOD

Anonymous
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Norwegian director Lars Klevberg is a natural born loser, the by-product of in-breeding Producer of fake ‘Syrian hero boy’ video apologizes http://news.yahoo.com/producer-fake-syrian-hero-boy-video-apologises-160529309.html Stockholm (AFP) – The producer of a viral video showing a Syrian boy rescuing a girl under gunfire apologised Sunday after the revelation it was fake drew fierce criticism. “We stand for our good intention behind this but we’re also sorry if it is making some harm and we’re sorry if it makes documentation or reporting in war zones more difficult,” Norwegian producer John Einar Hagen told AFP. His apology followed an outcry among Internet users, media outlets… Read more »
Flanders
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Most war journalists are megalomanic freaks who would do anything to hit the news. James Foley was also one of them but it did not end well for him like in Lybia.

Canthama
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The fight is tough and long, but successes like this one is encouraging, keep it up SAA.

Anonymous
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The Three Stooges Holding Hands and Singing Kumbaya! 😀 😀 😀

http://i0.mail.com/674/3211674,h=425,pd=1,w=620/barack-obama-tony-abbott-shinzo-abe.jpg

juanito perez
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juanito perez

Abbot must be the single most ugliest mothafuka’ I know, I mean, he can’t even put up a fuckin’ normal smile, and when he does, you can’t really tell if he is stealing something from you or if he is about to tell you to fuck yourself.
On the other hand, Obama must have put some sort of electro shock defice on the japanese prime ministers sack, so that he starts going agresive against big papa arround the corner (china).

cataro
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Erdogan every day is more delirious, his megalomania is already pathological. Now, turns out it was the Muslims who discovered America, and promises to build a mosque in Cuba.
This clearly is not a coincidence that now say, was at a meeting of american muslims, so I suspect that this clown wants to expand the Islamic faith in Latin America, and started to claim “ancestral rights”.
I remember what orthodox Jews say about Native Americans, saying they are descendants of the, lost tribes of Israel. Incredible….

http://news.yahoo.com/erdogan-says-muslims-not-columbus-discovered-americas-162759161.html

cataro
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Just a small clarification syrper readers, most of spanish (Castilian and Andalusian in its majority) who arrived in the early voyages to America, had experience fighting the Moors (Muslims), and when they saw the temples of native Americans were referring to them as “mosques” as synonymous with “pagan temple”. For example, in Peru, the first chroniclers spoke about of the Great Mosque of Pachacamac, and nobody in their right mind thinks that this was a Muslim temple, archaeologists have excavated more than a century there, and there is nothing to suggest that they had Muslims in that temple, dedicated to… Read more »
the Thylacine
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Interesting note Cataro. I read a book on the Americas called The Stolen Continents, 25 years ago. The Conquistadores in the Spanish fleets had only just finished turfing out the Moslems from the last districts of Spain when they signed on for the New World. The holocaust they ignited there is by far the greatest die-off of humanity in recorded history, all in the name of Jesus…

Anonymous
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The gold and silver were the motivation

juanito perez
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juanito perez

I dislike Erdogan even more then Al-saud, becuase at least, Al-saud is not some fucking reactonary retard, keeping his country above sea level, by selling “Dönners” in berlin and Köln. I’m not defending Al-saud, but at least the guy has some style, just keepin’ his daughters away from dick, even if he is the devil personified.

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pop
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Due to the unfortunate technical setup of this blog there is a completely deteriorating impression coming up for the real goal of this site. For the international support of the one and only legitimate Syria we don’t need trolls, no lengthy palaver about false infos, no solitary links with nothing than parading monologist story tellers, no boring provocations with false propaganda. By promoting commentators by their number of comments bears a big mischief to the real idea setting up this blog for supporting for Syria, the only and legitimate democratically institution with a President better and more brave than all… Read more »
juanito perez
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juanito perez

I think this actually represents freedom of speech, dumbass. Contrary to other sites, where my comment would have been deleted, just for having the word “dumbass” in it, here you are allowed to even support the islamic state and the only thing you wil get, will be dislikes. It represents just how much security Ziad can have that most of the readers will support his stands, or at least halfway there.

Anonymous
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I think ‘pop’ is very much right in his critique against posting links without any “commentary to the content.” It´s common behavior on the net, and I hate it.

juanito perez
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juanito perez

Good point, But is has it’s adventages, like:
1- share sources of information (Syper does not always posts all the news).
2-It prevents contradictory news to be posted.
3-All tho this is called the “Syrper” it is good to keep a relative amount of objectivenes in all of this.

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Canthama
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Flanders, this is a good map, it clearly illustrate the loses in the last 3 months in Quneytra and Daraa, I wonder the game plan for the SAA to retake part of this territory, hopefully the additional manpower sent to the southern front will be deployed and used as in northern Hama when the SAA liberated most of the terrain lost in March-May, crossing my fingers to see some game changing plan there.

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Franz Joseph
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Great news!! Keep on clearing out these barbaric rodents. It is frustrating that it is taking the SAA so long to win this war, but it it totally understandable because this is not just a regular war…..I hope they succeed with all their mission without loosing their brave men!

The Rift
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It was literally their Highway to Hell. Hahahaha

Matt Cusumano
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I have heard so many rumors about the situation in Shiekh Makseen. I wish there was more solid news about the situation there.

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