SUDANESE, LEBANESE TERRORISTS DIE IN DAMASCUS: 154 SURRENDER TO SYRIAN ARMY FOR AMNESTY

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DAMASCUS:  154 former rat supporters and formerly armed terrorists surrendered to the SAA and security services yesterday.  Some of you might also find it comforting that 138 former rats surrendered also in Hama.  In all likelihood, the entire group will receive amnesty unless they can be fingered as prime agents of the terrorist organizations.

 

Hutaytat Al-Jarsh Orchards:  SAA and NDF killed a confirmed 22 rodents belonging to the Faylaq Al-Rahmaan terrorist rat organization after a long firefight.

  • Khaaled Shalabi
  • Mahmoud Al-Damm
  • ‘Abdul-Baasit Nawfal
  • I have no other names.

 

Jawbar:  East of Al-Manaasher Roundabout, the SAA and NDF clashed with a group of Nusra vermin and killed 13:

  • Ahmad ‘Adlooni
  • ‘Ubayd Al-Faraj
  • Qayss ‘Abdul-Kareem
  • Mu’aadh Al-Sabbaagh
  • Muhammad Tarsoon

No other names sent.

 

Irbeen:  The SAA killed these in a raid on a safe house:

  • Bilaal Sabaah Ma’roof
  • Baheej ‘Ali Khiddu
  • Zuhayr Al-Mawlawi  (LEBANTEEZIAN SNAKE CYST)

 

Zamalkaa:  SAA surrounded a pack of rodents and killed this:

Mukhtaar Muhibbullaah (SUDANESE TERMITE DROPPING)

 

Zibdeen:  Nusra nest of hyenas was targeted.  4 rats killed and 25 confirmed wounded:

  • Hussayn Sharafeddeen
  • Anas Al-Ahmad
  • ‘Abdul-Qaadir Qoobaan
  • Haani Al-Kurd

 

Daarayyaa:  East of the Sukayna Shrine, 10 rodents killed and 7 wounded.

 

‘Aaliya Farms:  Confirmed 17 rodents belonging to ‘Alloosh’s Army of Islam (yawn) wiped out.   No names.

 

Hawsh Al-Faarra Farms:  A large number of rodents killed in firefight with SAA.  No details.

 

Hawsh Nasri Farms:  Fighting with no details.  Weapons and ammunition seized.

 

Mayda’ah area east of Doumaa:  Fighting with no details.

 

Fighting reported also in Harastaa Farms and Bizeena Village.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

قوس عمليات في ريف القنيطرة.. تدمير تجمعاً لسيارات الإرهابيين وأوكارهم

 

 

 

 

 

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

For those interested in what Ziad has been telling you about surprises in the Syrian Army arsenal, check this out:

http://spioenkop.blogspot.com/2014/11/syrias-bm-27-uragans-emerging-from.html


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Franz Joseph
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Great news! Keep it up SAA!

freeman
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unbelievable! how on earth can you believe these people did not commit a crime?!?!?! they collaborated with the enemy, avoided military service betrayed their own country and most likely murdered innocent people and people affiliated with the government. They should be in jail and i think it is an outrage to let these people free. At least they should be poisoned so they will die off in 3 years and are not able to harm a Syrian soldier. I have mixed feelings with the reconciliation program. It distrubs me that they don’t have to face jail time. How can someone… Read more »
Alex
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I agree with you but the problem is that without amnesty these people will not surrender but fight to the death instead and kill SAA folks. Probably within a year or so there will be no Syrian rebels left but only foreigners. Actually the person who thought of this program was very smart.

teevee
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there needs to be a reconciliation in Syria, no matter how strongly you and I feel about this tragedy. All Syrians must at some point get together and start rebuilding the nation. But under no circumstances can we or will we forget or forgive the treacherous oily sheiks and princes of darkness that facilitated this crime against Syria.

Shinaydeen
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Freeman, i think it is a question of a trade-off. If you have 1,000 murderous lunatics running amok in a country, that is a crime problem and the security apparatus can deal with them. When you have tens of thousands of such lunatics, aided by tens of thousands of foreign savages, financed by people with vast resources, and when hundreds of thousands of the citizens sympathise with them … well that is a political problem, and a very big one. If you give them an amnesty for the crimes they have committed and that amnesty leads to a reduction or… Read more »
Anonymous
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Just a curiosity, no terrorist woman surrender?

irishsyriansaa
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irishsyriansaa

Disagree with you on a couple of points…I wouldnt think hundreds of thousands of Syrians support the terror campaign,many that did now see it was all fake and dont want to see Syria go back to the stone age like saudi arapeia.Also its not a civil war…thats the western presstitute narrative that calls the terror a Sunni uprising,when majority of Sunnis are with Bashar and SAA.Lots of senior government and SAA are Sunni.Syrian people are Syrian first then Sunni,Shia,Christian,Alawi,Druze,Armenian…

Shinaydeen
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OK, but I think in any society, a large minority will oppose whatever government is in power for a myriad of reasons. Most of the opposition will not support terrorists but a large proportion of a minority can support terrorists in the guise of ‘freedom fighters’ especially if the party in power has controlled the state for over 40 years, a period long enough for loads of resentments to build up and fester. If the terrorist supporters within a minority are large enough, the problem ceases to be a security one and becomes a political one. I would not be… Read more »
Anonymous
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yes, but it saves bullets and SAA lives, gives these miscreants an opportunity to realize the error of their ways and help build a great secular Syria, and undermines neocain’s and missie lindsey graham’s narrative that Assad is a brutal dictator.

freeman
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freeman

exactly this is what is disturbing me, it seems like a charm offensive in the outside world. But i can tell you this. Assad has lost the media war in the outside world, they portray him as a monster and almost every westerner thinks he is a brutal dictator ( yet they have no opinion about SA , Qatar because the media focuses only on non IMF enslaved leaders ) if i say that Assad is an outstanding leader i am ridiculed. Even by so called intelectuals who should know better.

hasnain zaidi
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If the numbers are 100s, then they may be trailed in the court … but when it comes to very large groups, then cases are not decided in the courts, but through negotiations and amnesty.

These Syrians indeed made a mistake. But if they have realized that their mistake led to the invasion by the foreigners and Syria is about to die and they want to save Syria against these foreign aided war, then they could be provided with amnesty.

It will encourage thousands of more people to abandon the terrorists ranks and join the Government’s ranks.

freeman
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they should be poisoned so they won’t live longer then 3 years and they should ware ankle bracelets so the government knows where they are at all times. To let them roam the country like that is irrisponsible. If they join the government they could be spies. If i were a terrorist i would do exactly that! look at what the vietcong did to people who collaborated. SAA should adopt more vietcong tactics. Even more guerilla warfare. More boobie traps. If SAA advances they are busy with dismantling all the bombs, if the terrorists advance it takes less time because… Read more »
hasnain zaidi
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To make them to wear bracelets will only bring rebellion in their mind. In whole
This Syrian incident is not new in the human history.
Human History it is evident that States have to give amnesty to big rebellion groups in order to get their loyalty.

I hope that Syrian Government has full records of these people, and if they are once again found involved in rebel activities, then 2nd time they don’t get any amnesty.

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Have you ever even been to Syria?? You remind me of the persons who wanted to build a 10 foot wall all along the Jordan-Syria border and plant a minefield completely along the border with Turkey with guard posts every 100 meters. .

hblinken
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how on earth can you believe these people did not commit a crime

These rats would finger their own grandmother to gain a better amnesty deal, they have no morals, that’s how the Syrian government will know.

Arklight
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freeman: As I understand the program, amnesty is open only to Syrian citizens who have not committed a capitol offense. The guys in the picture are all young, and we both know that young guys are, quite often, swindled by silver tounged devils with a line of BS that won’t quit. Also, so far as I’ve heard, the re-treads are doing their duty and doing it well. Don’t worry, if they turn out sour, they’ll be taken care of. Permanently.

CHEVI789
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I’m not happy about it either freeman but what do you do? if the higher powers think it’s best then i have to trust them.

irishsyriansaa
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Z…I know you always support the reconciliation programmes as it spares further loss of life and suffering for the Syrian people,so do I BUT I recently seen on twitter photos of three captured SAA in Raqqa who were murdered/tortured and whos bodies were dragged along streets by motorbikes.The pictures are quite clear and people are easily identifiable.Will Syrian military intelligence and security services take note of this ? Any former Syrian who was involved in brutalities,murder and rape must surely hang ! MI should get as much detail as possible from these former Syrians,find out were they fought so they… Read more »
Queen o bama
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As a result of Amnesty Syrian Soldiers are alive that otherwise wouldn’t be. I think the NDF has numbers of them within their ranks

Anonymous
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the main thing is these surrenders enable areas to freed and controlled by the army. i am sure each individual will be watched closely.

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Cyprus seizes fuel Containers intended for IS Militants in Syria http://basnews.com/en/News/Details/Cyprus-seizes-fuel-Containers-intended-for-IS-Militants-in-Syria/40628 Cypriot police has intercepted more than twenty containers of fuel. The fuel was heading for Islamic State militants in Syria. The 29 containers filled with fuel intended for Islamic State in Syria were being transported by cargo ship. The ship was searched and the contraband seized by Cyprus border guards, after United Nations officials alerted the Cyprus authorities to the presence of the ship in their waters. According to Greek Media, the seized containers were full of fuel intended for vehicles used by jihadists in the war in Syria… Read more »
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Ziad, tks for the up date, East Ghouta look really good, it seems the SAA, NDF, PLO and other allies are advancing daily deep Ghouta, after the liberation of Hatita Al Jarsh and Bala Al Jadida few days ago, the SAA is advancing in Al Qasimiyah and Al Bahariyah, aiming encircling rats at the pocket when Marj Sultan is liberated, that would be the end of rats at Zebbdem and Der Al Zafir. All seems to be evolving quite well. Good news all around, it smells victory time.

freeman
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This conflict seems endless, one front closes and another opens, SAA advance and terrorist retreat to commit crimes elsewhere. SAA is doing what it can, but the kill rate must go up and quickly. In dutch we have a saying for these kinds of situations : mopping the floor while the water is still running. Rats still roam large parts of the country. Jordan, Turkey border are still not secured. Why is the Russian airforce not bombing terrorists in Syria but the arab oil states and America are roaming the Syrian airspace (and occasionly Israeli jets ) Shame on the… Read more »
Anonymous
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Well, that’s war. You cannot expect everything being OK. Do not forget: 1) years ago the military situation was much worse for Syria 2) Russia, Iran and others have not intervened yet and their help is really limited, BUT at least Syria is not alone, has many supports around the world. This is very important. 3) The US psychopath regime has already tried a lot to destroy Syria and has failed so far. People are getting used to their aggression and Syria is prepared. It looks like another Vietnam for them. 4) SAA stands on its OWN SOIL. Syria belongs… Read more »
Anonymous
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Sad that Russian government does not agree with Syria to build some gulags an Russian territory so that Syria will ship rat prisoners there. They would be forced to work to boost the economies of non-Western/ non-NWO countries. The world needs new balance!

Anonymous
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Come on people. Our neighbor Ukraine with is fascist regime is going to build concentration camps for Donbass population and ISIS prisoners. This are US plans. And the world seems not to have any problems with it! Lets face it: we are returning to brutal past anyway.

K B
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(1) The “Art of War” states; a wise general will always leave a way out for his enemy to retreat, because enemy whose back is up against the wall is the most difficult enemy to beat. Therefore, Amnesty was a very smart action. (2) I do not doubt that terror groups use Amnesty policy as invaluable tool when recruiting. Many Syrians are desperate to earn money to survive, especially if they are on territory controlled by terrorists. Gangs say “Join us, earn a lot of money for your family, and it if gets tough, turn yourself in. They can never… Read more »
Arklight
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K: I like it. Good post.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

Appreciate the updates, Ziad. Hope you’re getting a weekend break.
IDEA — Tattoo on the forehead for Syrian citizens found to be former bearers of arms against Syria. The outline of a rat would seem appropriate.

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