SOLDIER OF THE YEAR AWARD IN SYRIA; THE MOUSSA IBN NUSAYR/M. TAWFEEQ AL-JUHNI MILITARY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

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Now that we are in our fourth year of fighting a war against the Forces of Evil, the United States, NATO, the Zionist Ghetto State, the Pre-Iron Age Arabs and their minions, the time has come to give recognition to those brilliant military leaders in the Syrian Arab Army and Air Force who have devoted their lives to the protection of Syrian society, its institutions, soil and the honor of its presidency.  This award is named for the outstanding military general, Moussaa Ibn Nusayr, born in Syria around 640 C.E. in the Qalamoon Mountains near Homs (Jabal Al-Jaleel) and who is credited with conquering North Africa to the far West.  Ibn Nusayr is the general who ordered the legendary Taariq Ibn Ziyaad to cross the Pillars of Hercules in the first Islamic invasion of the Iberian Peninsula.  Mousaa later caught up with his Berber lieutenant and completed the conquest of Spain/Portugal.  While Taariq had Gibraltar named after him (Jabal Taariq), Moussaa also has a mountain in Morocco that carries his name: Jabal Moussaa.

 

This award is also named after Lt. General Muhammad Tawfeeq Al-Juhni who is known as the vanquisher of the Zionist Army at the battle of Qar’oon Lake in Lebanon during the Zionist invasion of 1982.  It was on June 9, 1982 that General Al-Juhni, formerly the chief of the Syrian 1st Armored Division, took over command of the theater in the mountains of Syria and delivered bone-crushing blows to the invading Zionists killing hundreds of their rats and bringing down many of their bombers.  While the SAA lost much armor during the battle, the stunning appearance of Al-Juhni as a battlefield commander shocked the Zionists and brought them to their knees.  So many non-indigenous Jews died in the battle, the effort to find all their bodies would eventually result in the Ziyaad Al-Humsi Espionage Affair.  General Al-Juhni’s name is gold in the annals of the Syrian Arab Army……….And the first nominee:

 

1. LT. GENERAL FAHD JAASSEM AL-FURAYJ:   In July 2012, an agent of Saudi Arabia, who had been “turned” earlier with promises of money and Paradise,  placed a bomb inside the Ministry of Defense in Damascus.  He was a contracted janitorial employee who was thought to be beyond suspicion.  When the meeting started, there were 4 of Syria’s most senior defense officials inside: Lt. General Daawood ‘Abdullah Raajiha (Defense Minister) and the first Orthodox Christian to hold this post in Post-Islamic Syrian history; Lt. General Hishaam Yikhtiyaar; Lt. General Hassan Turkmaani (the President’s Military Advisor); Lt. General `Aassef Shawkat, Deputy Chief of Staff and the president’s brother-in-law.  When the bomb went off, Raajiha, Turkmaani and Shawkat were killed instantly. Yikhtiyaar died of his wounds a few days later.

In Syria, the Chief of Staff is an active duty officer who, when he reaches a certain age, becomes the Defense Minister when that post is vacant.  The Chief of Staff was Lt. General Al-Furayj.  With a cold, decisive and seamless style characteristic of someone trained in the sciences, Dr. Assad appointed Al-Furayj to take Raajiha’s position and assigned another nominee to the post of Chief of the Syrian General Staff, Lt. Gen. ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Ayyoob.  The Saudis expected panic in Damascus, but got nothing but a phlegmatic succession, streamlined and efficient.  They might have expected the new defense minister to be less aggressive than his predecessor.  But, he wasn’t – at all.  In fact, the King Rat ‘Alloosh, who took responsibility for the assassinations,  remarked later that the new appointees were more ferocious than those before them.

Born in Rahjaan, Hama Province, Lt. General Al-Furayj is an expert in armored warfare and commanded Special Forces units in the south of Syria. 

 

Since the time General Al-Furayj took on his new duties, he has performed with remarkable adroitness, perceptivity and innovation.  He knew from the beginning that the army had to retool and adapt to a new kind of warfare if it was going to defeat the constellation of terrorist-supporting countries focused on ousting the sitting president of his country.  He has been instrumental in convincing the Russian MoD that Syria could absorb new weapons systems and keep their technology under wraps.  He has consistently and successfully mediated disputes amongst his generals demonstrating coolness and reserve, all the while being a champion of the conscript, the grunt, the soldier in the trenches who did not have the luxury of a limousine with security guards around it.  When this war ends, he will be remembered as a giant in Syrian military history.

 

2.  LT. GENERAL ‘ALI ‘ABDULLAH AYYOOB:  This is Syria’s Omar Bradley.  Chief of the General Staff succeeding General Al-Furayj after he ascended to the post of Minister of Defense.

General Ayyoob is the apotheosis of the iron-willed, thoroughly professional, icy cold soldier who cannot be rattled.  In every decision to move this brigade or that, he is involved.  It is his decisions to move the Tiger Brigades to Idlib or to redeploy them in Der’ah.  He is the tactical whiz who must keep in his head the dizzying array of military units under his command – their capabilities and logistical needs.  He is the one who informs General Al-Furayj about shortages in fuel or weaponry.  He is the one who alerts the Chief of the Air Force, Lt. Gen. ‘Issaam Hallaaq, as to where his services will be needed.  He is the one who coordinates the way intelligence is distributed to field commanders and he must ultimately make the hardest decisions to abandon assets or hold them against all odds.  His performance at his post has been more than outstanding.  There are many who will credit him with the victory of the Syrian Army over the forces of darkness and will insist on erecting statues to his memory.

 

3.  MAJOR GENERAL ‘ISSAAM ZHAHREDDEEN:

Like many officers in Special Forces or Special Operations, this general, known as the “Mad Druze”, carries himself with a swagger that oozes charisma.  Like other paratroopers, in the U.S. or in the Speznaz, he cultivates a macho persona which electrifies the soldiers under his command.  When you serve with the 104th Brigade of the Republican Guard under General Zhahreddeen, you serve with the equivalent of General Patton, Montgomery or Rommel – men with reputations for daring, fearlessness and audacity in combat.  His post today is a lonely one – Dayr El-Zor.  Despite the paucity of materiel available to him in contrast to other units in the west of the country, this iron-muscled Ajax has brought defeat to the cannibal terrorists of ISIS and Nusra before it.  They tried to kill him on November 11, 2013, but only succeeded in injuring his leg.  He quickly recovered and delivered a sinew-wrenching  blow to the rats at Al-Huwayqa and Muhassan.   Today, he and his brigades of rangers and paratroopers have wrested control of Huwayjat Al-Sakr Island and are destined to exterminate every foreign rat the ISIS barbarians can send from the bowels of Asia or the prissy alleyways of London.  To the rats, he is the personification of Death and the promise of a unified, unbreakable Syria.

 

4. COL. SUHAYL AL-HASSAN “THE TIGER”:      

Born on the coast of Syria in mountains which produced the lions who built her formidable army, this other cat has already translated courage and resolve into something much more feral and flexible, capable of being in two places at one time, stealthily crawling at unprecedented speed, his tanks atop trucks roaring towards every spot where the stench of Jihadist mongrel rats can be sniffed and lethal bombers plying the air at his command to deliver the early flames of Hell to those who have brought nihilist destruction to Syria.  His speed is legendary even though he has not yet reached the age of 50 and his fame, as a brilliant tactician, has percolated into all the plague-infested rat holes where the Wahhabist rodents lounge amidst the reeking smegma of their pagan rituals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDSjByodpAc

Whether he is in Aleppo to break the back of Nusra’s stranglehold on the north or in Homs, where his crack troops annihilated ISIS at the Al-Shaa’er Mountain and the oil pumps in the fields to its southeast, or in Mork where his troops were victorious in liberating this town sitting on a critical artery,  or leading the special operations units of the Air Force Intelligence Directorate in Der’ah, his methodical style and ability to infuse his men with the desire to devastate an enemy has made him Dr. Assad’s favorite officer.  Today, he is heading again to the south for a landmark collision with Nusra at Nawaa.

 

The winner of this award will be announced at the end of the year in our patented slick way.


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Mentat
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The Islamic State, Wilaayat Sinai Media Office, presents: “Assault of the Supporters” == some spectacular operations against Sisi’s Yanki Slave Army

[Combat cameramen literally weeping with joy = the hallmark of genuine goods! 30min, 572MB]

Addendum:

The Yanki Imperialist Crocodile weeps for the loss of its Sisi Slave Army

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My spirit is with the Syrian Arab army soldiers. This video shows how extremly religous all of this conflict is in it’s escence. It is clear how imperative the need is to support our only remaining half secular societies in the middle east. And this suden atacks on outposts remind me also of why the put so much effort in the army to establish alarm posts every single time we were not moving. Something we all can learn from, but specially the soldiers manning outposts. Strassenspärren are the single most important thing to put on outposts to efects of avoiding… Read more »
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Here you go paddy this ones for you. Altogether now

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For the hundredths time. LOOK AT THE SCOREBOARD. your jihadis are getting their asses kicked all over Syria and now Iraq as well. You keep trying to show a battle or two and maybe 30 suicide bombers caused some damage as if it will make a difference in the final outcome. Buddy,, your army of death and darkness, is dirty nasty, it wreaks of oily filth, it is universally despised with no future at all zero zilch nadda. Maybe I can put it in a language you understand. “Takbeer, Takbeeeeeer!! TTakbirrrrrrr?? Takbbbbbbir”.

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Four great names, all of them are more than qualified to get this notorious prize. My humble prize recommendation for this year goes to MAJOR GENERAL ‘ISSAAM ZHAHREDDEEN, the “mad druze” has had a tough nut to crack, supposedly he was sent late 2013 to defend the air base and part of Der Ez Zor from falling to terrorists hand, he not only did that but he went on the offensive and by now nearly got ISIL out of Der Ez Zor city and vicinities. He has done an unimeginable thing and once he succeeds it will be blow that… Read more »
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ok this must be a coincidence to be hearing about this general,a while back maybe last year i saw this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBWwdMWaERA now tell me is this the same general ?ISSAAM ZHAHREDDEEN? because I was saddened by some reports that he was martyred,,so is this the same man and still alive?

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Oh yeah, same good old “Mad Druze”, he is very alive and kicking rat butts in Der Ez Zor. The video is two yrs old, from Ghouta, he was promoted and was transferred to Der Ez Zor mid 2013 to replace a martyred General, since then he has done a magnific job, he rocks! See below a video with him in front of his troop (yes he commands from the front line) in the Saker Island invation (there are many videos). I recommend you follow him closely, he is one of the best Generals of our time, you can compare… Read more »
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thank you that is good news to hear,i have seen his face many times but was not sure if it was the same man in my video because some idiot commenter told me he was killed

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33 years on, the objective and tactics of those wanting to defeat Syria have not changed.

https://twitter.com/Nutsflipped_z_1/status/533959291409940482

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How’s about, 66 years of US attacks on Syria’s democracy?
http://www.globalresearch.ca/us-imperialism-and-the-proxy-war-in-syria/5352642

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Go Syrian Arab Army!

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“pre iron age arabs and their minions”… Ziad, you are going to get me to shit my self out of laughing one of this days. LOL

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Islamic State [NATO’s death squads mercenary terrorists] uses extreme violence against civilians in Syria: UN report http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/15/c_133791042.htm GENEVA, Nov. 14 (Xinhua) — The UN commission of inquiry on Syria said on Friday in its latest report that Islamic State used extreme violence against both civilians and captured fighters in Syria. The report said the abuses, violations and crimes committed by Islamic State against Syrians have been deliberate and calculated. Islamic State violated its obligations toward civilians and captured fighters, amounting to war crimes, it added. According to the report, in areas where Islamic State has established effective control, executions, amputations… Read more »
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Feature: Syria gold market stagnant owing to prolonged crisis http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/15/c_133791667.htm DAMASCUS, Nov. 15 (Xinhua) — Jewelry shops in Damascus are stacked with gold, but the glow of this yellow metal reflects on the frowning faces of its sellers. At the Gold Souk located at the ancient walled part of Damascus, the dins of generators were deafening in the long hours of electricity outage. The shopowners were either smoking or chitchatting. “We are neither selling, nor buying…,” a shopowner complained. As the majority of Syrians have been reeling under the pressure of the protracted crisis to make ends meet, few are… Read more »
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Wow – that was a dashing article, Ziad Thanks for giving the SAA personality, it’s needed and appreciated ! I also commend you on your overall style and oriental flourish, it befits the situation and lends the often stale and disillusioning war some Lawrentian emotionality – the reeking smegma of their pagan rituals, respect. That made me chuckle. I wouldn’t want to stand against you in a court of law ! Btw I live just outside Jebel Moussa half of the year, over the straits. It’s one of my favourite photographic motifs. The way it looks from Europe, the Spanish… Read more »
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Zahran Alloush is soldier of the year, not these dogs. SNACKBAAAR!

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For what? For destruction of the Syria……! You f…ing extemist ! Good bless Syrian Arab Army! The protector of Syria!

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Shaytaan blesses the FSA, that is all that matters. SNACKBAAAAR. The SAA are pussies.

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My vote to general Zahreddin, I saw a video in wich he is between people, fighting in the first line, killing hateful cannibals…. He is great and people cheer him werever. I Was also in Deir ezzor when Great rais Hafiz Assad were still living and I wait every day news from that city, once famous for it’s simply and generous people.
Giulio Larosa Pescara Italy (twosicilies)

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“This award is named for the outstanding military general, Moussaa Ibn Nusayr, born in Syria around 640 C.E. in the Qalamoon Mountains near Homs (Jabal Al-Jaleel) and who is credited with conquering North Africa to the far West. Ibn Nusayr is the general who ordered the legendary Taariq Ibn Ziyaad to cross the Pillars of Hercules in the first Islamic invasion of the Iberian Peninsula. Mousaa later caught up with his Berber lieutenant and completed the conquest of Spain/Portugal.” This is exactly the rubbish Arab nationalism has taught Syrians. The country should stand firmly against imperialism, except Islamic imperialism. All… Read more »
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The FSA will conquer Syria and get quality pussy, satan willing.

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You’re masturbating alone.

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A hot Syrian girl’s hand is doing it for me…feels great being a free, dumb fighter

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ISIS HAS HIJACKED THE BLACK COLOR! DOWN WITH THESE DEVILS!!!

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Dafuq did I just read?

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Quite the imagination you have, Ziad. Good stuff. Credit to you and the bravery of the SAF.

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I notice that the “Tiger” is wearing web gear in the video and what looks like a Glock in the photo. I wouldn’t want to mess with him.

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Thank you Ziad. That was my personal wish to hear about SAA heroes – total blackout in western and russian media. It’s very important.

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Z…they are all deserving candidates for Syrias soldier of the year but what about the young captured SAA soldier when staring death in the face who told his killers isis would be exterminated.That young guys act of bravery showed everything that the SAA is about…courage in the face of death and danger and honor in defending Syria and its people from western sponsored cannibals who are intent on destroying Syria.I think that young soldier really deserves a special mention.Maybe some day you could write a piece about him.He represents the ordinary soldier in the front line facing danger and death… Read more »
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I understand Maher Al Assad is still alive and in charge of things ,,but not sure the extent of his injuries,if his legs are ok ? or his left arm,,the president once said he is still doing his duties and I saw a nice article about a singer who visited them both at the palace and he took a pic with Maher too

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The choice of Musa ibn nusair is inappropriate for many reasons I will not go into now. better name will be Hero or soldier of syria. I believe that Col. Suhayl Hassan deserves such a title, hands down. 1- Led campaign through khanaser, sufeira, and releved the siege of Aleppo city and aleppo central prison. This campaign alone changed the course of the war to Syrias favor. 2 Defended north Hama and liberated Morek , as a step inthe direction of liberating idlib. Also game changing battles. 3- Liberated al shaer gas fields, which supply gas to generate the bulk… Read more »
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Can you please supply a source that says “al shaer gas fields” (which is actually one minor field of a bigger Project) provide the gas for the bulk of Syrias electricity (and not the power of dams)?

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