TERRORIST ‘ALLOOSH ANNOUNCES UNITY WITH SYRIAN GOVERNMENT TO FIGHT ISIS; WE TOLD YOU SO

Only Syrian Perspective has been telling its readers the truth about Zahraan ‘Alloosh and his efforts to use the Saudi card to engineer his extraction from the noisome mess in which he finds himself today.  In the picture seen above, during happier days when he had the key to Istanbul, he slurped, snarled, ranted and raved about his great “Army of Islam” and how he was going to liberate Syria by sending it back 10 centuries to the Dark Ages.

‘Alloosh has been negotiating with the Syrian authorities for months now.  The advances of the Syrian Army so close to his favorite spider hole have somehow convinced him to make an offer Dr. Assad could easily refuse.  ‘Alloosh has told the Syrian authorities he “wants to participate with the Syrian state in fighting ISIS.”  He also has told our cynical generals that he is “the best suited to fight ISIS”. Yawn.

But get this, he has announced his desire to join in the search for a “political solution” to the Syrian catastrophe he helped to create.  Isn’t that reassuring?  He may wind up in Moscow with the opposition to negotiate his own descent into oblivion.

An officer who defected from the Syrian Army to join ‘Alloosh, Abu ‘Udayy, responded to the statements of his leader.  Your editor, Ziad, will translate some of the responses:

“’Alloosh spoke his words during a speech attended by major leaders and notables in the various groupings of the Ghoutaa.”  He then went on: “He (i.e. ‘Alloosh) has emerged in our eyes as a new form of “Shabbeeh” on Syrian soil.”  He continuted:  “Lastly, Zahraan said it openly after his negotiations with the “regime” were going on in secret.”  “His true face has appeared after those who came before him like Jamaal Ma’roof and ‘Abdul-Jabbaar Al-‘Ukaydi”.  He concluded his diatribe against ‘Alloosh by asking in colloquial Syrian: “What do you call this leader?”

Well, we know exactly what to call him.  In any case, some of you who enjoy linking events together might consider the fact that Syria has the intention of reopening its embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, during the next 14 days.  Coincidence? Maybe.  Enjoy victory, my friends.

By the way, ‘Alloosh reads SyrPer. We kept telling him how close the SAA was getting. Nyuk.

Doumaa:  A Libyan monkey working for ‘Alloosh was killed by the SAA last night, a Mu’aadh Al-Mashshaati.  We believe ‘Allosh turned him in.  Good show, Zahraan.

 

ALLOOSH SHOWS GOOD FAITH BY TURNING DOUMA’S CITIZENS OVER TO THE SAA FOR RELIEF.  IT IS JUST HAPPENING NOW.

THE LIBERATION OF DOUMAA IS AT HAND. !!!!

 

إخلاء عدد كبير من سكان عدرا العمالية ممن احتجزهم الارهابيون

Syrian citizens in Doumaa turn themselves over after being taken hostage by ‘Alloosh’s terrorists. 

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’Israel’ Fears Russia-Hezbollah Response to Syria Strike, Keeps Border Measures Hasan Hijazi Edited and Translated by Mohamed Salami The Israeli air strike against Syria has kept the main concern of the Zionist political and military analysts who considered that the main target of the raids is to prevent transporting the sophisticated arms from Syria to Lebanon. The ZionisSayyed Nasrallah – Bogdanovt analysts highlighted the complaint filed by Russia to the United Nations in protest of the Israeli airstrikes against Syria, considering that this reflects the growing relations between Moscow and Hezbollah, especially that it followed the recent meeting between the… Read more »

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Aloosh cannot be trusted!

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God speed on the liberation of Douma and maybe the collapse of all terrorist rats in East Ghouta, needed soldiers would then be freed to fight ISIS and all other rats in Syria. No matter what I am surprise to see the dialog between Syria and Chemical Alloosh, I bet money he would be killed and no negotiation would happen. Anyway, the more free areas the better, less civilians casualties and less SAA soldiers sacrificied.

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Hezbollah will receive Pantsir S-1 Medium range AA System! from Russia! real soon!

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Wowowow Ziad 😉
Maybe the guy cannot be trusted but that doesn’t matter – this is a marvellous propaganda coup !
Congratulations, I like it beaucoup !

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The fight in Der Ez Zor seems to continue, rats are spreading news for the 10th time that the airbase is taken…they could change the disk at least, such as any rat has credibility. See some details from Leith below on the latest in Der Ez Zor.
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-downs-isis-drone-deir-ezzor-military-airport/
Also, it is being reported in several media that a convoy of 200 trucks were sent from Raqqa to Dr Ez Zor, SAAF bombed them and destroyed 50 trucks, not sure whether the rest fared ok or not.
https://www.facebook.com/syrianarmedforce?fref=photo

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Syrian Army Downs an ISIS Drone at Deir Ezzor Military Airport.. http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-downs-isis-drone-deir-ezzor-military-airport/..

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Negotiations are always good,for one reason : it promotes discord among the oppositions who do not trust each other. Negotiation does not harm the Syrian govenrment, because nothing can force the government to accept a deal it does not want to accept.
With regard to the Israeli attack on Syria, the goal is to prevent the transfer of sophisticated weapons to Hizbullah. While Israel may have stopped some weapons transfers, a lot more has gone through, and we will only know what and how much in the next Hizullah-Isreal war.

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the x22 report says we are in a build up to ww3. there is not enough american troops on the ground in either the middle east or ukraine for that? though the x22 report seems to have a pretty solid argument for the neocons in their collective insanity, voted in by the average american retard, to instigate a war. the americans are spread very thin in the global trouble spots. the collective man power of russia, china, iran would far surpass them. hezbollah have no air defence systems as far as we know, let alone the latest russian equipment

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Z you did call it.Why would this man send his minions into battle and possibly death while at the same time negotiating his way out? I believe he will have to watch his back for a long time.

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The Syrian Curse: Who is next? Writer: Nedal Naisseh
Exclusive Levant TV http://levant.tv/blog-posts/the-syrian-curse-who-is-next/

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What great news! This could be a game-changer. Whatever happens to Alloush now, or whether there is deal or not, he has effectively surrendered. This will lead to a collapse in rat morale and should lead to large numbers ‘settling their files’ with the authorities and returning to normal life or joining the SAA/NDF.

By the way, as someone else asked, is it true that Syria will re-open its embassy in Riyadh? If so, this could be even more important and could hardly be unrelated to the Alloush move.

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Open syrian embassy in Riyad? Seriously? Incredible and dont like that, but i am not syrian, i dont understand this move

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We should not rejoice too much as I am afraid the “Southern Front” has the potential to create major trouble for the SAA: http://www.longwarjournal.org/threat-matrix/archives/2014/10/free_syrian_army_continues_to.php The video selection is only a tiny fraction of such videos showing insurgents possessing in abundance sophisticated TOW missiles and similar ATGMs. What frightens me is that none of the many firing squads shows any hectic or typical battle field “stress symptoms”. They seem to have an easy time destroying SAA vehicles and outposts. With the apparent lack of real time intelligence and reconnaissane or quickly available helicopter gunships these small and mobile insurgent units can… Read more »

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I found a site “Arab Source” with articles by a Leith Fadel. He points to major advances in Aleppo district. Is he related to Ziad or just the same last name? Leith’s news is very upbeat.

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re Aloosh – difficult though it might be to negotiate with this character and his sinister gang, remember Ziad, the overall objective, is to free Syria of rat infestation.
Syria should fight and negotiate at the same time. The objective is to split up the enemy and achieve victory with minimal loss of SAA lives.

If some sort of accommodation needs to be made with this scu– er’ — person- then so be it, even though it might stick in the throat.
To delete the threat of this man’s organisation to Damascus is worth it.
Cheers and best thoughts from England.

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Haha I hate to brag but I must I must. It is happening faster than I thought. ( read my comments on the Dec. 8th post in this blog). Next step is complete closure and sealing of Turkish border followed by Jordan. Bibbi is Byebye he must go, there is no role for him in this scenario. So watchout for more sneak attacks from Israel thats the only card left for him to play. But there will be repercussions for them and their government will put a lead on the man.. Syria, Hezbollah and Iran cannot and will not retaliate,… Read more »

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Ziad’s report that Syria is considering re-opening its embassy in Riyadh is indirectly supported by a report in Al-Manar today (www.almanar.com.lb/english): “Many Arab and Western governments are making the final touches to reopen their embassies in Syria or to accept the return of Syrian diplomats, private sources told Al-Manar Website. “This shift in position came after those countries grew hopeless of any chance to change the situation on ground especially after the recent victories by the Syrian army. “Internationally, Al-Manar Website learned that Turkey is estimated to make a policy change towards Syria after the historical deal it made with… Read more »

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Putin’s ‘special representative’ Mikhail Bogdanov is coming to Syria on Wednesday after meeting ‘opposition’ (criminal terrorist groups) delegations in Istanbul, this comes after De Mistura says the ‘fall of Aleppo would be tragic’ and that his plan ‘does not benefit the Syrian regime’. Undoubtedly Bogdanov is coming to strong arm the Syrian gov’t into accepting Erdogan’s conditions (which are the same as De Mistura) in Aleppo. following the signing of a number of economic deals between Turkey and Russia i’d think that Bogdanov will adopt a very hard line on Syria and force it to join the ‘process’ directed from… Read more »

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I wouldn’t listen to Al-manar or the like, they are always pushing the ‘political solution’ and to back this up they invent stories of a ‘softening’ of the line adopted by Saudi Arabia and co. It’s all nonsense, hidden agendas, and can be refuted by many other such stories that have emanated from this quarter over the past few years. The only cooperation these governments want with Syria is a self interested one which is helping them to keep track of their very own militants moving in and out of the battlefields in Syria and Iraq. It is the same… Read more »

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I hope all come true with that tipi point vision
where-after all oriental and occidental folks are
smoking the long calumet for the everlasting peace.

But no no no, the poisonous polyp next door with its
tentacles having entangled Syrias enemies hard
around their balls being a militant peace-pipe
non-smoker on top of that, will only have an
ugly laughter about those inanities never
bowing down but to brute force.

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You sellout Zahran al zeb! DOWN WITH YOU AND BASHAR

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I never believed in Christmas, not even as a child.

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Like most in SYRPER (and as brilliantly TeVee has put it ) I want the end of this nightmare to end in Syria soon, I guess there are costs and these will always be small if it would stop dying soldiers and innocent Syrians. However, despite the common sense and my faith , I can not help thinking it’s terrible for any patriot syrian shaking bloody hands of the Saudis. However, as someone said , is the Lord who will judge and sooner or later there will be justice for all miserable that caused this terrible war. May peace come… Read more »

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If Alloosh wants to fight Syria’s enemies, then send him and his sub-animals south to free the occupied Syrian Golan territory from the occupying israeli paper tiger military regime.

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I might be wrong but I thought this Aloosh fellow was a Saudi military officer of some sort.

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The USA stopped the money for their “rebels”:

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2014/12/09/249556_rebels-in-northern-syria-say-us.html?rh=1

no money = no fight

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Would you believe this carpetbagger 😎 Turkey pledges to block foreign fighters from crossing into Syria http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/10/c_133843573.htm ANKARA, Dec. 9 (Xinhua) — Foreign fighters joining ranks of Islamic State (IS) in Syria and Iraq show threat to Turkey, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Tuesday. He pledged to prevent crossings of jihadists through Turkey into war-torn neighboring country. “Foreign fighters are threat to all countries. Turkey will not allow foreign fighters cross through its territory,” Davutoglu said at a joint press conference with visiting British Prime Minister David Cameron after their talks in the Turkish capital of Ankara. “Those… Read more »

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And the ink on the Russia/Turkey pipe deal isn’t even dry yet!

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Unknown gunmen attack Syrian refugees in Lebanon http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/08/c_133838547.htm BEIRUT, Dec. 7 (Xinhua) — Unknown gunmen from the eastern Bekaa district of Baalbek opened fire on Sunday at Syrian refugee tents in the area, severely wounding two people, the National News Agency (NNA) reported. According to the NNA report, the militants, who were from the town of Hosh Tal Safieh, were riding in a black Jeep when they opened fire at the refugee encampment, injuring two people, who have been taken to near al-Rayan Hospital for treatment. The gunmen also stole from the encampment two mobile phones and some 450 U.S.… Read more »

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hmmm a case of mental breakdown and suicide 😎 Killing of 3 Turkish soldiers not terrorist attack: PM Earlier on Tuesday, private Dogan news agency reported that three soldiers of the Turkish Armed Forces who were guarding the border line in the Ceylanpinar town of Sanliurfa province near the Turkey-Syria border were shot dead by gunfire from Syria http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/09/c_133843473.htm ANKARA, Dec. 9 (Xinhua) — The killing of three Turkish soldiers in the southeastern province of Sanliurfa bordering Syria was due to “mental breakdown” instead of a terrorist attack, Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Tuesday. “It is apparent that… Read more »

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muahahahhahahah of course he would now that his last hour is at hand http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/12/09/389518/militant-leader-hints-at-deal-with-assad/

that with this

“Maaz Al-Khatib: We will not allow to be a puppet in the hands of the US, which gave the false promises of the Syrian people.”

and the morons are falling back in line now 🙂 but I sure hope they don’t fall for that demistura BS and give Aloosh amnesty,,after all Ziad you promissed us blood and were waiting for delivery

found these articles fun as well
http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/50090.html
and this collaborates nutjobyahood’s strategy as fortold by the syrian intel
http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/50087.html

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wow look at him in civilan clothing now ,,just one of the ppl i suppose

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the only choice they should give him,is either stay and fight like a man and die for your cause or surrender to face justice (ie hanging)

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speaking of re opening embassies in the gulf states i heard kuwait has resumed this and called back 3 syrian diplomats to the embassy there,,really hope they do not normalise with the rest of the monkeys in the gas station state

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Izrahell laughs at the world again! RT: The settlement minister in the Palestinian Authority (PA), Ziad Abu Ein, has reportedly died after a confrontation with Israeli soldiers during a West Bank protest, witnesses and medics said. There are conflicting reports on the cause of death. Palestinian media reports that the minister was shot by an Israeli soldier. Witnesses have also told Reuters that Abu Ein died after being struck during an altercation with Israeli troops. [no specific link needed – it will be all over the world news soon] No great loss to humanity perhaps, but see how they mock… Read more »

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ISIS targeting Internet Cafes in Raqqa & DeirEzzor is a sure sign ISIS is losing in Syria :

http://www.ibtimes.com/isis-militants-target-high-speed-internet-cafes-raqqa-stronghold-1745382

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Just to be sure, he ( Allooser ) was the one responsible for putting women, children and men alive in bakery ovens in Adra right? or was it the Nusrat gang

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Little idea for the syrian outposts:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hesco_bastion

Would save lives, and costs nearly nothing if you steal the design and build it in syria. Or buy the original if this is possible (embargo?).

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One thing you didn’t point out was Saudi Arabia is a major reason for Alloosh’s capitulation not just the SAA’s pressure. A common phrase police use when trying to figure out a crime scene is, “follow the money”. Probably 90% of his Alloosh’s cash comes from Saudi Arabia and other gulf states. With the Saudi royalty worrying about their own necks, as Assad’s prediction comes true, “terrorism will make its way back to the Middle East countries that support it”. Getting rid of a secular leader in their backyard(Assad) is a far second goal then saving their own fat royal… Read more »