5 AL-QAEDA SUICIDE BOMBERS KILLED BY SECURITY ON DAMASCUS HIGHWAY; DAMASCUS RATS DOWN BY 50%

مقتل خمسة إرهابيين بحوزتهم أحزمة ناسفة على أوتستراد الفيحاء بدمشق

DAMASCUS:

 

Al-Fayhaa`* Highway:  A hastily placed checkpoint on this important thoroughfare by Air Force Intelligence and SAA was the focus of a strange encounter with nihilists last night in Damascus.  Intel had revealed that a Nusra/Al-Qaeda suicide operations group was planning a “spectacular” suicide operation which would horrify the population of the capital and cast a pall of doubt on Dr. Assad’s claims to be winning the war against terrorism.

The 5 nihilistic rodents selected for the operation by Jordanian General Intelligence and MI6 vermin were properly instructed by quasi-Islamic quacks at the Al-Zarqaa base regarding all the protocol of entering Paradise and cavorting with the 72 Virginians specially reserved for them by a god who could only be Mephistopheles himself.

 

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This is a scene from Al-Fayhaa Highway in 2013

Once the knuckleheaded degenerates became convinced that nobody in his right mind could possibly utter such nonsense unless it were true, they embarked on the operation in full confidence that killing innocent Damascenes was something applauded by their favorite devil.  A stolen van with Syrian/Damascus license plate was picked as their vehicle and the 6 rats took off.  One was a driver while the others hid inside the van to make it appear like an ordinary business which just delivered some goods and was on its way back to its headquarters.

Each rodent wore a suicide belt stuffed with C-4 or Semtex.  When the van approached the checkpoint, the driver could not have noticed that behind the 4 or 5 soldiers were over 60 commandos from the Republican Guard and Air Force Intelligence.  The driver was ordered out to be checked while other soldiers opened the rear door to find the queer cargo which squirmed, no doubt, like hibernating snakes.  Their orders were very specific, apparently, so they did not ignite the belts.  There were too few soldiers to kill.  These miscreants had bigger plans.

Intead they rushed out as the commandos opened fire from all sides killing 5 immediately.  One of the rats was able to run a few feet and actually detonated his belt converting his carcass into so much Blutwurst.

But, it gets better. Another car used to distract security agents, in the event the main van was intercepted or halted for a search, exploded on Al-‘Adawi Road a short distance away.  The idea was that if the main van needed a distraction, this would be it.  The checkpoint guards would probably rush to the scene of the other explosion and leave the main van unmolested to enter the capital for the murder of all those civilians.

Because there were so many Republican Guards in the area for this operation, there was no need for the front line defenders to ignore the main van.  And so, once again, the British mind coupled to that of the Saudi ape’s produced another disastrous Christmas Day for David Cameron.

No civilians were injured.  No soldiers were killed.  Only one was injured slightly and received treatment at the site.

* Al-Fayhaa` is an epithet for Damascus. It means “the redolent” or the “sweet-smelling”.  The epithet for Aleppo is “Al-Shahbaa`”.  Another city which shares the same epithet as Damascus is Tripoli in the Lebanon.  Both cities are very famous for flowers and cultivated herbs which waft into the air to give certain quarters distinctively pleasant odors.

Khaan Al-Shaykh:  On Al-Zuhoor Street, the SAA took down this pack of derelicts:

‘Umar Al-Shaykhaani

Bilaal Hajju

Mustafaa Al-Taayih

Sa’eed Diyaab

Another 2 could not be identified.


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radioyaran
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JackFtrolls
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In US News weeks ago, they even hailed”moderates fighting alongside Nusra”, it obviously makes no difference. I have been testing this on G+ for months, western public ignores any need for defining the moderates or proving they exist. They don’t want to know. They uphold that Assad is evil, Russia is evil, the west is the best, nuke all Arabs if need be. TV watchers have long retarded into a child-like acceptance. They want “good food” and no changes to their consuming habits. If in doubt, they prefer not to think but FEEL well. Waste of time arguing with such… Read more »
Addis Hadzo
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Bravo.

denethor
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denethor

Nice try rodents! Now they can be supper for the buzzards!

Sicel Joe
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Sicel Joe

Joy to the world… tonight the Saudi Apes are a crying and soon they will all be a dying! Let heaven and Earth rejoice! Peace to all good-hearted beings Syper friends! And to you vile demonic blood-craved vampires, what awaits you on the other side is far worse than you can ever imagine! You’ll have your souls ripped apart and that’s the hell that you deserve.

Canthama
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Was it a coincidence or an attempt to create havoc in the Christmas day ? Anyway, no luck for rats, may it stay like that.

freeman
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Awesome! it shows the intellegence of the Syrian forces and the retardedness off the british and saudi apes

CHEVI789
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Sometimes unfortunately things do get through, but thank God not on this occasion.

DT
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freeman, voted your comment down by mistake when I should have voted you up a thousand times, many apologies. Vile attack on Christmas Day by Imperialist-backed monkeys fails miserably, thank God, thank the selfless SAA for taking out the world’s garbage!

Canthama
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Canthama

Those sneaky little bastards from Nusrats attempted to take Kassab again today, during Christmas day, did not work this time, lost many rats and retreated to their filthy dens.
There too many case like this one today, there is no coincidence for those several attempts, Kassab, Quneytra new offensive, multiple suicide bombers in Damascus, offensive in Hasaka etc…the good news is that most of them failed miserably.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/latakia-al-nusra-front-attacks-kassab-christmas/

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It is not possible to attack Kassab from Turkish territory without the approval of the Turkish regime at the highest level (the Armenian question is that sensitive) and full logistical co-operation from its security services. For the Turks to attack a mainly Christian, Armenian town on Christmas Day is mind-boggling in its arrogance and sheer contempt for international law and indeed contempt for it own allies. But to fail so miserably – again – shows that the Turks are not just arrogant but mind-bogglingly stupid and incompetent. People keep telling us that the Turkish military is the most powerful one… Read more »
JackFtrolls
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Arrogance is NEVER a sign of intelligence, but a frequent and typical behavior in the human primate trying to artificially up his social position.

brabantian
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Perhaps MI6 overlord David Cameron and his chum Barack Obama (joined by O’s boy-pal Reggie Love), will directly follow the example of Tony Blair and George W Bush

Bush and Blair were together one late night at the Washington DC White House along with male prostitute Jeff Gannon – Guckert aka ‘MilitaryStud’, who was given a White House ‘press pass’ for his night visits

Here’s hilarious 2min. video of Bush & Blair at a press conference, joking about making a visit to a ‘gay bar’ together – Very funny, brilliant little clip

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

From Dubya, to Obama, to Hitlery — the White House will soon be painted Pink!

Jason
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The Putin regime is already in the process of negotiating Syria’s partition by inviting to Moscow a Turkish Kurdish leader from a party that is known as a stooge of the Erdogan system and an ally of Kurdish mafias terrorizing NE Syria. Both this party and the Erdogan regime support independent Barzanistan’s in Syria and Iraq in a region stretching from Arbil to the Med coast. What explains Russia’s support for this affront to Syria’s sovereignty, quite clearly this is nothing else but carrying out US orders through diplomatic and other pressures, this is a glimpse of what the much… Read more »
spinworthy
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Ja-son – There’s a deal cooking but it’s nothing to do with the claptrap you’re spewing. ‘Turk-stream’, and the peace settlement discourse are connected. The Kurds must be on board for it to work. Whatever is at stake, Moscow is driving the master-plan. The Turks have always been prevented from acting directly in Syria by Moscow. Now Moscow has made a masterful deal offer via cancellation of Southstream and the offer of ‘Turkstream’. Turkey’s strategic transit role can be preserved and Syria will remain sovereign. The issue will now be Iraq…ergo discussions with the Kurds. These sure are interesting times.… Read more »
Jason
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What utter nonsense, the so called ‘Turk-stream’ makes no difference at all in Turkey’s position on Syria, the terrorists continue to enter Syria by the thousands through Turkish territory and with the explicit consent of the Turkish government. What you don’t realize is that both Russian and Turkish officials have always put the Syria issue aside in their ‘bilateral’ cooperation, i.e there is an agreement to continue all forms of cooperation regardless of the Syria issue. Turk-stream has nothing to do with the Syria issue, neither does the willingness of both Russian and Turkish officials to increase their trade from… Read more »
JackFtrolls
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Never say never. Of course Russia will be looking for realistic solutions. And the meaning of “realistic” keeps changing, right now outside things don’t look too good. In fact, the way the west is working this is maybe effective against Russia and Syria, but overall very, very damaging for the west itself.
However, democratically fascist politicians think in four-year terms only.
Only If you look at it this way, things make sense – this why only Zoologists understand human culture.

spinworthy
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Jason – you are out of your limited element. Turkey’s opportunism in destabilizing Syria was strategic with respect to it’s desire to be the energy hub in the Mediterranean. Looks like ‘Turkstream’ allows this to occur whilst Syria maintains its integrity. The devil is now in the details, and as I’ve stated, this will depend now on Iraq and the Kurds. Looks like Turkey is starting to get the message, see the link. Note at the end of the article where they specifically mention energy transit to Turkey via Kurdish areas. (Reuters – but interesting content) http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/12/25/us-mideast-crisis-turkey-iraq-idUSKBN0K30NS20141225 …and yes Russia… Read more »
Arklight
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spin: Shrewd move on Russia’s part. About the Russian Navy; in between General Quarters drills they may well be fishing. Supposed to be some great chow swimming about in the Med.

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All Turkey has been working on for for last decade was to secure itself as the major regional energy transit node. You are here saying that by securing clean and relatively inexpensive, and stable source of energy that will support its growing economy and huge 77 million people market is NOTHING??! You are trying to say that by achieving their strategic goal, they achieved nothing? You are saying that by having all that massive energy supplies go through Turkey, on which it can raise massive revenues for decades is nothing?! Russia played an amazing hand; surprised the whole world, and… Read more »
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I hope they will enjoy their 72 shemales.

Arklight
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CHEVI789
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the pigs haven’t got much time left according to oil experts, they say they will run out of oil soon or within 20 years max.

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ziad
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thank you that made my night

ziad
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ziad

It was the night before Christmas while the SAA came through with a tank,afterwards not an ISIS rodent was stiring not even an FSA mice

The Rift
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The Rift

Good old Christmas fireworks, and in red.

****
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High noon to kill all this skunks!

Arklight
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Iraq wondering. ‘Where are my F16s?’ http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/12/25/391719/us-should-explain-delay-in-f16-delivery/

It’s been over twenty years since Iraq bought, and paid for, French Mirage F1s, (never delivered) so I think Iraq can expect delivery of the F16s some twenty plus years in the future, if at all (probably never be delivered, in my opinion).

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A very nice foto from Christmas in Qamishli.. Merry Christmas to all.. https://twitter.com/edwardedark/status/548041754331840512/photo/1

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Will the Russian Peacekeepers Officially Enter Donbass on December 28?

Arklight
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wolf: Please provide the source of your information on this move? Thanks.

Linkenstein
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Arklight
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wolf, Link: I note that the agreement was signed off by a Ukrainian and a Russian general, and not by the heads of State. but ‘confirmed’ by OSCE. Sounds a bit dodgy to me, but what do I know? A possible positive aspect is that Lugansk and Donetsk may get to hold referenda to separate from Ukraine, form national governments, and vote on joining CIS, combining into a single independent country, or other positive outcomes for the two. This ought to be interesting. Probably give Obama the drizzlin’ shits, too. Heheheh.

Arklight
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Nicaragua canal to be built by PRC, cost 50 billion. Just think – – the US could have built the same canal for less than the cost of a year of a losing war. Since Red China already controls both ends of the Panama Canal, Red China could deny transit through 2 canals instead of just one. American government gets so deeply buried in fly shit that important stuff just goes right past.

Link: http://rt.com/op-edge/217779-nicaragua-waterway-project-china/

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‘Noah’s Ark’: Russia to build world first DNA databank of all living things

http://rt.com/news/217747-noah-ark-russia-biological/

Arklight
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Kuwait crying about industrial sector losses due to Iraq war. Boo-hoo.

Link:http://www.iraqinews.com/arab-world-news/iraq-unrest-costs-jordanian-industrial-sector-600-million/

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