AL-SUWAYDAA: SAAF SMASHES TERRORIST CONVOY FROM JORDAN KILLING SCORES OF RODENTS; DER’AH’S SOUTHERN FRONT AFLAME

(Photo credit: The Aviationist)

My source in Damascus, Monzer, is ecstatic about reports arriving that the SAAF has scored a bull’s-eye on a convoy originating in Jordan and transporting a huge amount of weapons and ammunition.  According to Monzer, the weapons and ammo have now been transformed into another kind of physical substance called gaseous fumes.

Tal Ba’aat:  This is in Al-Suwaydaa and it’s proof that what we’re telling you is true about the Southern Front.  It’s a disaster for Jordan’s king and the Saudi monkeys who have placed so much hope in it.  It’s not working, and now the Nusra rats are trying to outflank the SAA by using a province that is unusually hostile to them.  This province is the home of Syria’s large minority of Muwahhideen or Druze.  It’s been off-limits for some time out of a fear of triggering a backlash from the inhabitants who might have preferred to fence-sit rather than dive into the fray.

Good intelligence from sources which cannot be disclosed indicated that a large convoy of vans loaded with ammunition was on its way to Der’ah Province.  The convoy was accompanied by 6 pickups with 23mm cannons.  The convoy started up in the early hours this morning (Damascus time) and headed north, first, then, west.  I do not know which airbase was ordered to respond, but, it’s almost certainly the Tha’lah base or Khalaakhil north of Suwaydaa.

The attacking jets were reportedly Sukhoi 24 (NATO designation: Fencer) and they are excellent bombers.  The scene is typical of Nusra disasters with smoking vehicles and carcasses strewn all about.  Some of the rats may have been able to escape the conflagration although Monzer writes they were not too many.

As a note: some Syrian state media are reporting the location as “Tal Banaat”.  This is incorrect.  There is no Tal Banaat.

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DER’AH:

عشرات القتلى من الإرهابيين بسلسلة عمليات للجيش في ريف دمشق

Busras Al-Shaam:  Syrian Perspective is delighted to announce the departure of Muhammad Khaalid Al-Khaalid in the west neighborhoods of this town on December 22, 2014.  Along with this Nusra rat leader were 8 others who are accompanying him to the stony shores of Erebus:

Shareef Muhsin Al-Rujoob

Muhammad Qays ‘Abdul-Salaam

The others were not identified.

Al-Musayfira:  A town surrounded still by Nusra rodents.  Well defended to this day.  On Tuesday, December 23, 2014, SAA inside the town opened artillery fire on the rats and reported direct hits.  No details.

Al-Shaykh Miskeen:  SAA killed these Nusra and Harakat Al-Muthannaa vermin:

Mahmoud ‘Aassem Al-Masaalima

Ibraaheem Al-Nijm-

‘Abdullah Al-Ghazzaawi

Between ‘Itmaan-Tafass:  An attempted rat infiltration by the Liwaa` Tawheed Al-Janoob (Brigade for the Unification of the Sout) and Liwaa` Al-Mu’tazz Billaah was a standard disaster for the rodent armies of simian Arabia.  3 vehicles were incinerated by the SAA and these carcasses identified:

‘Ammaar Taalib Abu Sariyyaa (A/k/a “Abu Qusayy”. PALESTEEZIAN GRUB AND OPERATIONAL COMMANDER, yawn)

Tahseen ‘Abdul-Rahmaan

Muhannad Hassan-Bayk

Riyaadh Sab’aawi

Ahmad Khursheed

Another 6 could not be identified.  4 taken prisoner.

Fighting reported in these areas: East Al-Karak, ‘Itmaan, Al-Nu’ayma in city Center, Al-‘Abbaaseen Bakery in the city, East of Al-Masri Roundabout

Der’ah City:  A firefight erupted between PDC/SAA on one side and Liwaa` Tawheed Al-Janoob, Kateebat Madfa’iyyat Sijjeel and Kataa`ib Mujaahideey Al-Hawraan on the other.  Reports are that the terrorist monkeys lost over 19 of their prized orangutans in this encounter. I have no details.

‘Ayn Dhakar:  SAA has killed 5 leaders of a group which included 6 ordinary rats on the Golan Heights.  Another group scurried back to Zionist lines.

Simleen in the Sanamayn area:  A large number of terrorists were killed here in this town known for its canals, wells, ancient cemeteries which go back to Roman and Byzantine eras.  A large number of rats were killed here on Wednesday by the SAA.

Basr Al-Hareer, Inkhil and Daa’il all saw heavy fighting from Tuesday to today.  Information is developing.


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gimli
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Merry Christmas zaid

Jerry Conwell
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Why doesn’t SAAF simply bomb Jordan if waves of mutants are coming from their country causing trouble in Syria? If they knocked the king’s house over maybe it would stop?
SAA should be more proactive on going after these people, get them where they are coming from BEFORE they enter Syria to cause problems. Go to their houses and break things instead of allowing them to reduce the country to rubble.

Joe Kuku
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“Therefore the skillful leader subdues the enemy’s troops without any fighting; he captures their cities without laying siege to them; he overthrows their kingdom without lengthy operations in the field.”
― Sun Tzu

david
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jordan is just following orders. they are not the root cause of anything.
apparently if russia has a debt moratorium on its foreign debt [ 500 billion dollars ] the EU banks who are very under capitalised will go under.? russia has many cards up its sleeve. the black swans are waiting.
the russians can also buy up the rubles outside of the country. bring them back into russia. back them with gold. then it is they who set the price on the ruble . another black swan in waiting

Anonymous
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You don’t know what you’re talking about

david
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please explain ”why” i do not know what i am talking about? paul craig roberts knows what he is talking about. he is my source. what is your source dopey?

Nobilitatis
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You have not many friends it seems. Other people also know about you from what you write only. Anon or not it is obvious. So: YOU are his source. Hahaha.
You copy someones claim but you do not understand it.

david
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nob. you think the EU financial system is robust and the economy going well? riots in the streets suggest otherwise. i suggest you go on paul craig roberts site and read his black swan scenario. i understand all of it. it is quite clear.. again like anonymous you do not explain why my comments are wrong. you need to have a counter argument based on alternative information and your own facts. you provide nothing, . please explain why russia cannot have a debt moratorium or back the ruble with gold. what prevents them for doing either? if you cannot answer… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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David, nobody argues with you and nobody argues with the clown in circus. And he does not call himself “we”.

david
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nob you do not argue with me because you are way out of your depth.

JackFtrolls
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Of course Jordan always aims to please 😉
I don’t think Russia will pull the Black Swan, they are too civilized for that and hope for a reasonable solution.
They also know that neither Washington nor Riad are really to blame for the oil scenario – just for Ukraine and the sanctions, and all the rest.
Oh well. Isn’t hope what we always lose last ?

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@david, Amen.
Neither this Anon nor Nobilitatis seem to be keeping up.
The Bear has more options. Whichever way the chess game goes, my money is on Russia.

Nobilitatis
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As explained below I also trust the Russian economy. But I would never put my money on David.

david
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if you trust the russian economy you are trusting me nob. for its my opinion that russia is way ahead on points

Nobilitatis
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David, as mentioned many times before: You just don’t understand what you are writing. Thats why it does ot matter right or wrong. Russia will come back despite your writings, not because of.

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Russia has quite a few options; after all, it has not done anything of a economic retaliatory nature; at least nothing significant. It is obvious that it is attempting to correct the present situation without collapsing the whole system, because that would obviously hurt it too. Nevertheless, it is large enough, and tied into the system enough to cause some serious pain that current system could not sustain. And this is only considering its financial options; not even considering how it could devastate economies by shutting off all energy supplies. I am not even going to mention its other capabilities,… Read more »
david
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some good points you make. nob needs to listen and learn

radioyaran
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Ziad, what is the overall picture in Deraa province? While it seems that the insurgent offensive has stalled at Sheikh Miskin I don´t have the impression that SAA/PDC have been able to reverse any of the battlefield gains of the “southern front” in that province. Nawa, Dael, Itmaan, Jassem and major parts od Deraa city seem to be out of control. The problem I see is that if SAA/PDC cannot apply constant pressure on the insurgents and undo their successes at least partially that province can be a major recruiting ground for them. In contrast to places such as Homs… Read more »
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40, 000 insurgents with no air support, heavy weapons and no support from the population will have no chance against a professional army radio. it is pure fantasy. some of the things you mention are not confirmed at all. an enemy that must move around by tunnel and hide behind civilians does not control the environment nor the situation. you need to read up on military history and strategy

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@David They don´t need much air support. Did air support rescue Mingh air base, Tabqa or Wadi Dheif and many other bases and regiments? Do you have proof that they have no support from the population? These are small mobile units, often operating in groups of 8-10 men with 2 heavier MGs, some RPGs and an ATGM with or without the notorious truck nounted 23mm guns/cannons. You cannot really hit them with 1-2 helicopter attacks a day, each time throwing 2-3 barrel bombs from high altitude. By the time the bomb lands these guys have run away. It is not… Read more »
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the rebels run away when bombed?. how can you hold on to territory by using that strategy? i repeat 40,000 approaching damascus in mass would be spotted and destroyed. some traitors do support them but not in large enough numbers to count

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I do agree that the SAA has a manpower problem, they are all in all probably quite outnumbered – if you count Nusra, ISIS, all the other idiots and the FSA remnants, they certainly are. This is the only reason for all the problems of course, can’t get it all done at once. To show in strength here you have to withdraw there, and sometimes the rats will then overpower a base or somthing. All in all the SAA are doing very well so far, but maybe you know more than I – are the rats expecting 20.000 new men… Read more »
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Good analysis with many valid points. The SAA has to prioritize, and my opinion is that nusrat should be dealt with first,because among other reasons they do have local support..
The majority of the syrian population live under SAA control, and this population should theoratically provide steady flow of new recruits for the SAA.

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Sorry to say to everyone but i am with radio on this, there is something wrong here, David says “i repeat 40,000 approaching damascus in mass would be spotted and destroyed. some traitors do support them but not in large enough numbers to count “, No David, what they are doing is getting them in slowly slowly and NOT all at once, but in a way the 40,000 is well over stated, maybe half that amount is more likely.

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The tank loss numbers are about correct, this is what the SAA deliberately sacrifices I guess. I hope they won’t run into a financial problem though, this will be hard to uphold in the light of the oil scenario (the low price = Russia / the fact that the biggest oil exporter in Syria now seems to be IS). The mil situation on the ground favours the rats only insofar as they still receive fresh-faced idiots from Morocco and Asia, other locations seem to be bleeding out. Hard to say. Sure, if they concentrate their forces into a big offensive,… Read more »
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SAA also may have to start treating militant controlled territory as enemy territory all together. I am astounded that there is no martial law in certain areas of the country. It may be a good thing to try. -(1) SAA can: Air drop leaflets informing citizens of their predicament: for example: They cannot travel in groups of more than 2; cannot drive other than from 9am – 10 am and so only on a few designated roads, cannot use vans, trucks, pick up trucks, cannot cross borders, etc. You can even demand that every civilian moving around must wear bright… Read more »
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Radio, yesterday 7 villages saw fights, today it is down to 5 since Chermuk and Al Qasayid have seen ISIS retreating from them. Check on the map below with the 5 villages with on goign fights, Ghanamiya is less than 10 kms from Tall Hamis, main ISIS stronghold on North/NE Hasaka, if this town is liberated ISIS may say bye bye to North/NE Hasaka and Qamishli all together. Will the losses on the Iraq side of the border at Sinjar mountains, cleaning ISIS in NE Hasaka may seems to be a question of time. On Quneytra, from your other post,… Read more »
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mikhas
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Wonderful news!

Please tell me that a little Syrian something awaits the Zionazi squatters too, eventually…

david
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does anyone know what planes are in the syrian airforce? i have only found ancient mig 23’s in abundance. 50 SU 24. 22 mig 29. and obviously the new yaks. they are supposed to have over 400 planes? does not appear so

radioyaran
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Keep in mind that some 200 fighter jets and helicopters have been shot down or destroyed on the ground. I am actually amazed and positively surprised that the SyAF still seems to have sufficient jets. The main problem is that SyAF does not have much helicopters and even less regular “guided” ammunition. Helis would be a great weapon against small mobile insurgent units and their mortar and ATGM launching points. A similar “miracle” I see with regards to tanks. By now the SAA must have lost at least 2000 tanks, BMPs and other amored vehicles. Personally I have seen hundreds… Read more »
david
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radio. if the rebels had destroyed that many planes and tanks they would control most cities. they do not. man pads are useless against aircraft flying at over 10,000 feet. the airforce can safely bomb from higher altitudes and well out of range of man pads. you do not provide substantiated information about losses. not really credible mate. the syrian army has also got the same light weapons. they use their tanks sparingly in counter insurgency fashion. their armoured divisions [ 7 ] are kept in reserve for conventional war. as is most of their heavy weapons. i think you… Read more »
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david: Syrian command doesn’t tell the rest of us, so why should they tell you?

radioyaran
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You think I support the rebels? Oh, then better take a look here: http://radioyaran.com/category/syria/ With regards to tank/BMP/APC losses this link refers to the Russian blogger who meticulously “kept book” about this issue: http://www.syrianews.cc/syria-losses-tanks/ Already by Mid 2013 almost 900 vehicles were destroyed. Unfortunately the blogger now requires a login for his page but up until February 2014 when I checked last time the monthly average was 60. In addition you can check youtube and liveleaks to see HUNDREDS of crystal clear videos showing tanks destroyed by RPGs, ATGMs (Konkours, TOW…), or IEDs. There are entire compilations showing battles in… Read more »
CHEVI789
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2000 Radio, wow, i think this time you’re off track

radioyaran
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The entire “Arab spring” bullshit started in Libya, and now it is clear that the 6 month Nato bombing campaign which led to that country´s “liberation” turns out to be the “birth pangs” of the “Islamic State” there:
http://www.independent.com.mt/…/Concern-grows-over-Islamic-…

As usual the US and western + Gulf Arab allies helped the most radical Islamists to rise to power, but they will deny it again and again and come up with totally insubstantial claims like “Assad created IS”

radioyaran
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I thought this is a genuine and popular REVOLUTION, so why do the “revolutionaries” change their loyalty and objectives due to salary???

“In comments to Asharq Al-Awsat, Shishakli said that international funding cuts to moderate Syrian fighters wages are prompting rebels to throw in their lot with the jihadist group which is capable of paying far higher salaries. ”
http://www.aawsat.net/2014/12/article55339780

CHEVI789
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Their lives are cheap radio, we all knew this was a fake reveloution, it just took time for many others to catch on, i knew as i am Syrian and knew how many Syrians of all faiths did, we are very well educated in world affairs.

Isabella
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God bless Syria, syrian people, syrian army… heroes of our days! Syria will never fall!
Merry Christmas, Ziad!

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Germans are hoarding Dmarks! The banksters claim it’s out of nostalgia, but I think that the German people, who never wanted the EU and its phony money anyway, are hoping that Germany will throw off its chains and return to being a powerful and sovereign nation, and that the Dmark will be re-issued. You never know – – there are millions in Confederate currency still out there, somewhere, with reports of the occasional steamer trunk full being found, along with Confederate bonds – – given the urge on the part of over 26 States to secede, the South may rise… Read more »
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Nobilitatis
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Even if the D-Mark would be reinstated it would be a new currency and not the money from 13 years ago. I keep some of that money myself together with Mark of GDR and Reichsmark. None of this will ever be used to pay something. While the “phony money” is used for payments any day. People doubt that the money is stable. It helps to boost the Christmas sales.

CHEVI789
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I would pretty much tell most people to hide their money and not put it into banks, when WW3 arrives and it will ,you will need to be ten steps ahead of everyone else.

JackFtrolls
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Never overestimate the Germans, all they want is to keep out of trouble – they’re not what they used to be. The D Mark stash is likely what people were just too lazy or reluctant to exchange back in the day, and eventually forgot. Now they cant bear throwing it away. The Spanish have loads of Pesetas, the French have chests of Francs. Makes no difference. Sorry.

ziad
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this is the kind of action news i been waiting to hear about,they need to strike convoys from turkey as well

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