ASSAULT ON JAWBAR AND BAYT JINN; HAND TO HAND COMBAT IN JAWBAR TUNNEL; DEAD RATS EVERYWHERE

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Jawbar:

ماذا حدث الليلة في جوبر تحت الأرض ؟

Terrorists thought they were smart when they demolished whole apartment buildings around their favorite tunnel, a tunnel that stretched 600 meters and had branches all of which were lit by electrical power with ventilation fans,  to boot.  They thought that by erasing these buildings it would make it harder for the SAA to advance with tanks since the rats had anti-armor American-manufactured and Saudi/Zionist supplied TOW and Kornet rockets.  That’s what they thought.

Yesterday, SAA confirmed that the area had no citizens and reported that to the SAAF.  For a period of 30 minutes, the Syrian Arab Air Force pounded all suspected positions forcing the rodents into the afore-mentioned tunnel for safety.  Once spotters affirmed the withdrawal of terrorists into the tunnel, Syrian Army Special Forces units trained by Spetsnaz at Semferopol were brought in from their bases in Al-Qutayfa and Republican Guard bases near Dummar.  Entryways to the tunnels were identified and secured.  Field commanders gave the go-ahead to toss special grenades into the tunnels in order to force the rats deeper so that commandos could enter in large numbers.

Monzer describes the scene as surreal.  One could hear the rodents screaming “Allahu Akbar” constantly as they were bayoneted, stabbed  and shot by the vastly superior SAA-SF commandos.  Shooting was intense.  Because the SAA cut off the electrical supply to the tunnel, Republican Guard special operations commandos used illuminating devices (which I cannot reveal) to open the way in.  The battle lasted 2 hours.  38 dead rodents lay inside with a variety of wounds attesting to the ferocity of the combat which proved how futile this insurgency real is.  Monzer has confirmed the surrender of over 50 rodents who were turned over to security for interrogation.  As I write, the SAA is advancing with lightning speed – momentum on its side –  the rats scurrying helter-skelter for cover.

 

Bayt Jinn:  Reports flowing in of significant rat losses here at the hands of SAA and PDC.  We are watching this area closely and will apprise our readers as soon as details come in.  Major operation.

 

SYRIAN ARMY

 

 

Harastaa:  PDC assassinated 2 rodent leaders of 2 subgroups within the “Jaysh Al-Umma” terrorist Takfiri organization.  The 2 were:

‘Imaad Al-Barhamji: (leader of a gang called Liwaa` Al-Basheer)

Hishaam Mahfoozh (leader of Liwaa` Dir’ Al-Rasool.  “Shield of the Messenger Brigade, yawn)

It was a perfect drive-by shooting – went off without a hitch.  These groups share an area with the soon-to-be-very-dead Zahraan ‘Alloosh.  There are rumors abounding, Monzer reports, that ‘Alloosh turned over these rats to the government forces in an effort to curry favor and insure his safe withdrawal from Doumaa.  It was a good will gesture, so to speak.

 

Zibdeen:  150 citizens evacuated by SAA to Jaramaana.  Expect a huge assault by SAA on this area over the next few days.  The rats are weakening in materiel and resolve.  Kill them all.

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وحدات الحماية في الجيش تؤمن خروج عشرات العائلات من بلدة زبدين إلى جرمانا

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ALEPPO:

عودة مئات اللاجئين السوريين من تركيا عبر معبر تل أبيض

Hundreds of Syrian families have crossed from Turkey back to their homeland as the Syrian Army continues to mop up whole areas and cleanse them of the plague of NATO-supported terrorism.  They returned through the Tal Abyadh Crossing at Acjakate, Turkey, without incident.


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Canthama
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Message to rats in Jobar : time to die.

Excellent push by the SAA and PDC, this is a very good momentum to get more og Ghouta rat free.

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If this continues Syria will soon break the world record as the county with the most/ longest tunnels, if it has´t already.

Boiler Room
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The relationship between a brave soldier or citizen of the Syrian Arab Republic and the pussy rioters resembles the relationship to his girlfriend Nick Cave sung about.

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With Dr Assad’s unfolding victory in Syria, and the resilience of other US-Nato targets such as Iran and Russia, the USA yet seeks a major regime change event to support the illusion of ‘US dollar safe haven’, an illusion which will shortly be at great risk as global debt problems explode and defaults start occurring, popping the present temporary ‘US dollar bubble’. So which country is a viable target? – The logical step for the USA now, is to overthrow the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and set up new agreements for MidEast oil flows. Saudi Arabia is the most vulnerable… Read more »
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Looks like Obama starts to bully North Korea now. Rare earths there and a bridgehead against China and Russia´s far east.The start of the Asian Pivot? ( Looking at the mess in Syria and Iraq I always thought his Asian Pivot would start in the Middle East )

Btw: What do you think about DPRK? Strange country and surely very harsh rule, but I do not wish for it ( and its people) to become victim of Obamas aggression like Syria.

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I tell you as anonymous to anonymous – it always strikes me how “undeveloped” DPRK threatnes Japan with nukes and hacks Hollywood based companies.
I think they would be better of left to do their on business, they dont need democracy-bombs droped on them. I hope they choose China model to do reforms without foreign interfirance.

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You buy this hacker story, too? And there is not even proof that is was DPRK. Even experts say it is not likely. Seems to me like another pretext by liar Obama and his government to put pressure upon other counties. Remember MH-17 as part of the Anti-Russia-propaganda.

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DPRK’s Kim Jong-Un is a handy whipping boy and diversion to direct the proles’ attention away ftom Zion’s butchery of 500 children in Gaza.
North Korea had nothing to do with Sony Pix hack, more likely an inside job by Sony Japan, and with collusion from the RAND Corp, a near neighbor. (See the Pascal woman’s resume)
Obie-Obie’s stupidity in creating an Oswald-like patsy in case Benny Mileikowski decides to top him, is the cherry on top of this moronic farce.
PPS — The dolt Seth Rosen is an IDF fundraiser. (Probly owns a T-shirt about the 13 Palestinian kids)

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maybe it has already started with Bahrain – us now calling Bahrain a “regime”after riots? but in this case the rioters are shia? and the regime is sunni?

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Why you still call the people of the Arabian peninsula “Saudis”?
There is a dictatorship run by the family of Saud.

You don’t call Americans “Obamas” or North Koreans “Il Sungs”.
“Saudi-Arabia” doesn’t exist and certainly there is no “kingdom”.

But you are certainly right- family Saud is being threatened by the US and her allies (IS) now and that is the reason for lower oil prices.

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Thanks for update Ziad, and all good in upcomming year 2015 to you and to all fellow readers from my side. And for the good of Syria, i hope this spring we’ll see another bigger offensive from SAA like last year’s Qualamoun campaign was. Btw, i got curious, if families are comming back to Tal Abyadh this means town and border crossing are no longer held by ISIS? On last maps i had chance to see it still used to be occupied by rats, and i missed any news on it beeing liberated. I really miss some reliable, updated map… Read more »
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Do you believe there exist some unified entity named “ISIS” or the like?

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Seems like a lot of risk and trouble to go to when it would seem that all one would have to do is station troops at each entrance and pump the tunnel network full of tear gas or something and wait for them to come scrambling out and mow them down. Or better yet carbon monoxide in case they have gas masks. Build raging fires at selected entrances and pull a suction at other entrances. The US used flame throwers on tunnel networks in WWII, and I think Vietnam as well.

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I didn’t really enjoy the Jawbar tunnel story . In that environment, regardless of one’s training, there’s no hiding or objects to get behind when one or more fires a bust of automatic fire down the tunnel, which can be thought of as a never-ending bottleneck and despite how many of the terrorists turned and ran, only one determined person would hold up the entire advance much like the Spartans and Arcadians did to the Persians at the Battle of Thermopylae. . So while reading this I just felt it might have been a tit-for-tat situation as far as losses,… Read more »
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I agree but we are not on site.unless they moved forward with say a bullet proof
shield in front of them there had to be many casualties both sides.

If time were not an issue,daytime nite.The smoke them,suffocate.fume them would
be the way of less casualties.Sounds like they used the equivalent of M84 stun grenade’s,used by the US Army in urban warfare situations and in close quarters to disorient the enemy

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Excellent news, thanks Ziad. I hope those 50 captured rats squeal like the god forsaken rodents that they are. And may the 38 dead ones burn in the deep pit of hell where they belong. Well done SAA/SAAF/SAA-SF.

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why risk soldier lives on tunnels? if one of the rats had explosive it could be a big loss to the saa… can someone explain me why not just blow the shit of the tunnel and burry the rats on the spot?

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Only idiots would do that. OF COURSE they gassed them. Someone up the echelons has a faible for bayonet stories, and if you receive such as story, what are you going to do ? Shrug and retell it. The troops probably went in after the surrendering rats (the gas survivors) had come out, to make sure and clean up. Now I don’t know any better than Ziad, so this is just my guess.

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Stein Atle Bauge
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Would seem that they are determined to take control of the whole network and not allow withdrawal or traffic through any undetected exits. If commandos are involved so are probably Russian advisors – the latter have done a lot to improve efficiency and remove sloppiness and waste of men and resources.

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Hello its Rus.Lang I dunno if SAA SF were really training together with our guys, but we have good expertise in sturming fortifications. In WWII – Konigsberg (very well fortificated city, read up if it interest you.) – is a starting learning point. And good read is about sturming multiple fortificated mountain hideouts in Soviet-Taliban war. (Like Tora-Bora, which americans where leveling down with “Daisycutters” and 72 hour bombing) with use of SF\Paratroopers. https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Укрепрайоны_афганских_моджахедов_(1979—1989) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tora_Bora https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Тора-Бора It’s interestring how english and russian versions a different. Sadly no consolidated info 🙁 But from what i read in special litrature , it… Read more »
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Hope there is no problems with dogs in SAA? Because from what i heard there is a prejidece towards dogs (as unclean animals) in Middle-east, and they are essential in such operations, as they smell traps,mines, hidden passages in caves.

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Ziad question:

How long to you think the syrian war will last until complete SAA victory insha allah?

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Hey, I am not Ziad. But there has to be negotiations at one point. Terrorists cannot defeat a nation. But a nation cannot defeat terrorists entirely if neighbouring countries and NATO finance them. These are facts. NATO+allies buy kid mercenaries for 100 $ a month. You can be certain to get a suicide bomber of a proxy militia for lets say 50.000 $. If you are willing to pay. And the foes of Syria still are, there is no quantitative end for this. Never. But the price of NATO and Co. is very, very high in another way- almost all… Read more »
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nice mission,i figured they would have trapped the rats in and let loose some cyanide gas to spare them any bullets or extra work or simply use the tunnel bombing unit from russia toys r us

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