IDLIB: There is no question any longer about supplies from Turkey. As hard as Erdoghan is trying to facilitate the movement of terrorists into Syria and Iraq, he’s not succeeding as far as resupply is concerned. With Hakan Fidan out of the picture on the intelligence side and in the picture as a potential candidate for Parliament, Erdoghan is left with a deputy head of MIT to run affairs. It is not certain how zealous the new head of MIT is with regard to subverting relations with neighboring countries. As of today, it seems the terrorists are more interested in stealing the weapons possessed by other groups than in fighting the vastly superior Syrian Arab Army. If some of you are befuddled by the seeming lull in the fighting, be advised the army is now just watching the rats cannibalizing one another. It’s beautiful.
Abu Dhuhoor Airbase: They can’t get in. Nusra and Ahraar Al-Shaam have given it their all and they are spent. Since February 18, 2015, there has been no action here. Wael confirms no evidence they are regrouping or reforming to mount another assault. The SAAF has been very active over this site when weather conditions permit. The base is fully resupplied and reinforcements have been posted.
Umm Jareen: Continued skirmishing. The SAA’s strategy is to starve the enemy here and to insure no resupply. Tanks are regularly used to provoke firing from the rat side to further cause attrition in both lives and materiel. The rats are not long for this area.
Tal Salmu: Same philosophy being used here. With supply lines cut, more and more rats are surrendering leaving the die-hard foreigners to die.
Hallooz Village: This picturesque village overlooking the town of Jisr Al-Shughoor with its population of troglodytes, is my deceased mother-in-law’s ancestral village. It contains streets reminiscent of the Bible, narrow and cobblestoned, with a church under which a water spring pours a delicious, clean and cool stream of water. It’s no wonder Britain’s rodents have tried to settle here; after all, what do you have similar to this in Libya or Tunisia? Most of the rodents from other countries come from impoverished backgrounds and find the atmosphere in Hallooz to be most refreshing. Until yesterday when 14 were killed trying to return to the village. Here are the only identified rats:
Jaabir ‘Ali Salhaf
The rest were all clearly foreign, many having features typical of North Africans. No survivors.
Duwwayr Al-Akraad: 9 hyenas were killed in a firefight here when the SAA invaded a nest pointed out by loyal citizens who have had enough of England’s rabid savages. I have no names.
Ma’arrat Hurma: Heavy fighting on February 24, 2015 with the SAA continuing to close all pathways out of the area. It is a matter of time before the Syrian elements surrender, if allowed to, and the foreigners shall all go straight to Hell.
Similar strategies being applied in these areas: Qar’ Al-Ghazaal, Al-Hoota, Jabal Al-Akraad, Al-Shughur, ‘Ayn Al-Baarida, Al-Qatroon, Ma’arrat-Massreen.
Tal-‘Antar: The Syrian Army has established complete control over this town effectively inserting more corks in bottlenecks used by the terrorists to infiltrate murdering savages and weapons into Syria from Jordan. We hope King Abdullah enjoys the company of rats in his country – especially ones with their backs against the wall.
Kafr Naasij: In addition to the rat leader and field commander, Abu ‘Umar Al-Mukhtaar, whose descent into Hell we reported yesterday, these also were announced today on terrorist websites:
“Abu Al-Jarraah Al-Jurdhi” (Id pending. He was Alqaeda’s Southern Front Canonical Judge. Hilarious.)
CITY: At the Bilaal Al-Habashi Mosque and the Camp Quarter, a cannon and a 23mm Doschka were seized and immediately transferred to our PDC for use in killing Wahhabists.
Tal Al-Majda’: This town sits on a major route for smuggling cannibals and their weapons out of Jordan. No more. The SAA and PDC cleared it out and have established unchallenged control over it.
NEWS AND COMMENT:
See this beautiful video showing the liberation of Al-Muree’iyya in Dayr El-Zor and Gen. Zhahreddeen congratulating his troops: (Thanks, GBCD)
Our buddy, Sam Haim, sends this wonderful and tart-tongued article exposing the emptiness of the U.S. plan in Syria and the specious arguments used to justify the mayhem only Obama can bring: (Thanks to Anonymous, also)
Brandon weighs in on the Jihadi John scandal: