DER’AH: JORDANIAN MILITARY FLOPS; INCOMPETENT JORDANIANS SENDING TERRORISTS TO THEIR DEATHS

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DER’AH:  When you have a king who is a traitor and a foreigner to his own country, you can expect only the worst in your military. Only the bottom of the barrel microbes; the bottom-feeding garbage fish and floating excrement accept service in a military so besotted and so infused with maliciousness that it openly colludes with the most despised enemy in the history of the Arab peoples.  And so, there it is.  In Amman, the capital of this rump consolation prize for the accursed tribe of Haashim, there is an “Operations Room” infested with amoral Americans, bungling British, xenophobic Zionists,  simian Sauds, queer Qataris and Jordanian jackdaws.  Here are the results:

 

 

 

City:  West of the Al-Sultaan Mosque and the Meteorological Station, a pickup with 23mm cannon was destroyed.  It belonged to the Harakat Al-Muthannaa Al-Islamiyya.  3 rodent carcasses were found spewing smoke.  They were not identified.

 

Kafr Shams:  The SAAF strafed a convoy of cars and pickups belonging to the luckless Harakat Al-Muthannaa Al-Islamiyya (yawn) and killed an estimated 10 with the rest escaping pell-mell into the desert.

 

Inkhil:  In the area of Jaydoor Hawraan, 6 vehicles were destroyed after they crossed over from Jordan right under the noses of the border guards who appeared to have given them assistance once they returned.  The Hashemite traitors are increasingly committed to this Zionist-inspired fiasco.

 

Al-Jeeza:  The SAA massacred the Alqaeda rats here in an under-reported clash which saw the destruction of 4 pickups with 23mm cannons and the seizure of weapons and ammunition from Jordan.  According to vague reports in the Syrian media, tens of rodents were killed in this attack led by the SAA and backed up by PDC militiamen and women.

 

Umm Al-Mayaadhin:  SAAF action resulted in the destruction of an entire pack of rodents belonging to Alqaeda.

 

Zimreen:  More use of missiles by the SAA including Katyushas and Frogs.  They have had a devastating effect on the way the rats configure their forces.

 

Simleen:  Same, like Zimreen. More judicious use of missiles and less use of artillery.  No details about this attack by the SAA.

 

Kafr Naasij:  About to fall to the SAA.  Again, missiles and rockets are being used on an increasing level.  This means the SAA is not as concerned about the cost of using such weapons.  Syrian manufactures its own SCUDs based on Soviet, North Korean and improved Iranian and domestic designs.  Syria also manufactures many short-range missiles and has provided Hizbollah with most of its arsenal, including about 12 Yakhont anti-ship missiles.

 

Umm Al-‘Awsaj area:  This town is under the control of the SAA.  There are constant attempts to move rats from the pitiless terrain of the Al-Lijaat wilderness south.   The SAAF reportedly interdicted such an attempt last Wednesday.

 

Al-Judayda Village in the far northwest of the province, the SAA vaporized 4 vehicles, some with 23mm cannons.

 

Fighting reported also here:  Khirbat Al-‘AwwaadiyyaQUNAYTRA:  Mas-hara, Al-Hameediyya.

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SUWAYDAA:

 

Al-Qassr:  In the northeast of the province, ISIS was struck hard by both SAA and SAAF.  This is a largely desert area which is being used as a conduit for the transfer of savages from Iraq and the northern Syrian provinces.  A pickup with a 23mm cannon was destroyed.


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Good evening and God bless the Syrian Arab Army

Ozskeptic
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Anonymous: First in today huh? I’d better give you a ‘like’ I suppose.

gbcd
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Continuing successful operations of the SAA across syria. Terrorists in Hama hold 50 villagers hostage
Invading apes killed in Syria.

Anonymous
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SAA/NDF are failing in the video footage department, while terrorists are outdoing them there. While it may seem unimportant, it is not; because terrorists would not be doing it. Every single dead terrorist should be taken a photo of or video footage and put on internet.

Nini
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I dont think putting pictures of half wit apes who no one cares about will help. It might only encourage more of these pigs to come.

I something like the whole world to see what has happen to Syria in infrastructure , people displacement , inhuman atrocities towards children especially killing an innocent kids to harvest there organs ! We need to show them that these jihadist are working for the devil rather then Allah !

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Nini: Thank you and well said! Only a devil would want to pose for the camera with a freshly severed head or a line of dead and mutilated victims. Only sick bastards would gain any pleasure (or ‘stimulation’) from looking at these disgusting images too.

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Takfiris are their own worst enemy. Their obsession with selfies exposes what bozos they are and makes them the laughing stock of the world.

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Anon: Why not export fresh terrorist organs to Israel like the enemy does? Lots of potential money to be made. The jewz don’t care how they acquire such dainties. A good business opportunity is being wasted by turning jihadi rats into common fertilizer. Just imagine, impotent saudi apes would be able to purchase guaranteed, fully ‘rape-tested’ penises to satisfy their lusty boy-servants. A transplanted Jihadi rat brain would transform a member of the British Royal Family into a genius! [no sale to Obama, though….. He already has a Jihadi brain, programmed while he was living in Indonesia…. ooops, I mean… Read more »
Nini
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guys , I though this war was coming to an end this year.
Turkish piece of shit visited Iran and the Us and Iran have sign some paper of no value but atleast they are talking. I was under the assumption some thing positive would come of this ?

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Not yet Nini, i think it will go on till next year at most, revenge is what the SAA want, and revenge they will get.

Canthama
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Ziad, tks for your post, we missed them this week. Good info yoh are sharing, it gives an impression that the front in Quneytra is about to collpase for rats with efforts in many key aspct of that front, looking forward thear a breakthrough.
Last but not least, Jordan must pay for the sins in Syria on day.

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‘DEALS’ … ‘accords’ .. ‘agreements’ all mean NOTHING to the west. They are purely stratagems for buying some time while building up their strike forces, making them appear to be ‘peacemakers’ and deflecting later criticism after they have used their mercenaries to blatantly break the contract .. and then they will employ the world media to pin the blame squarely on ‘the enemy.’ Here’s the latest of many classic examples of the above (breaking news from Ukraine!): From the Kiev fascist junta: “In the past 24 hours rebels have fired at government troops 18 times with weapons of between 120… Read more »
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Re Russia and Ukraine – and indirectly Syria – one of the best pieces I have seen in a while, is an interview on Colonel Cassad with Lt General Leonid Reshetnikov, formerly of Russia’s SVR intelligence agency, and now working with the Russia Institute of Strategic Studies (RISS), giving direct advice & counsel to President Vladimir Putin. Although Syria is not mentioned, it is clear that Reshetnikov understands very well what is going on in the world, the type of people pulling the strings on puppet Obama etc … and it seems to me implied that Putin will not abandon… Read more »
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So, in other words, you claim that the Russian invaders of East Ukraine give you the truth and the gouvernment of that invaded country is lying. Certainly it is needed only half of a brain for that. A full brain would conclude that both sides are lying. Both sides have been caught numerous times of lying. And the “Novorussian” (languagewise that is contradicting it would have been ‘Novorossian’) side is particularly known for not respecting the peace accord and continuing fighting their wars despite having a truce already. I advise you if you want to criticize the US not to… Read more »
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Iran has won a major PR victory regardless of any substantive results. Israel is screaming like a stuck pig and calling attention to itself and its nuke program that is largely glossed over by the world’s oligarch controlled news media. If the sanctions do lift, so much the better, but (like all others here), I am skeptical that the oligarchs will honor the agreements. The oligarchs will manufacture some pretext to renege.

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‘Turkish piece of shit visited Iran and the Us and Iran have sign some paper of no value but at least they are talking’ Nevermind that Yanki puppet Erdogan has killed hundreds of thousands of Syrians, ‘at least they are talking’ right? LOL. People like you make it all too easy for the Americans. ‘it gives an impression that the front in Quneytra is about to collpase for rats’ The key words here are ‘it gives an impression’. However this ‘impression’ is not the reality, its just the opposite in fact, with the ‘rebels’ ever more likely to march on… Read more »
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Jason: Would you agree that reality is a perception? You ‘give an impression’ that you are living in a very different reality from us. For us, ‘Dad’s Army’ are heroes, fighting against impossible odds to save civilization. For us, Assad is a great statesman and Ziad Fadel is our mentor. Comments like these will make you sneer in contempt of us poor misguided fools. In your reality, none of the victories reported by Ziad are true. They are all lies. Quneytra is already lost, Assad is a coward who must leave now, Putin is evil, Iran has never helped Syria,… Read more »
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Oz, Jason is a troll , he receives his salary for posting nonsense in SyrPer, he is not here to understand us, or because he wants something good for Syria

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Yason is paid hasbara shill and stinking kike rat on top of that. I developed 6th sense and can smell joo from far away, like a bear from couple of kilometers away senses fresh salmons in water.

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‘in YOUR reality, not ours’ We must look at the facts and then form our opinion, unfortunately you dismiss anything that doesn’t reflect the victorious narrative of the continuous victory. Whenever a more balanced and realist view has been aired on here it is instantaneously met with by a torrent of abuse directed at the owner of that view without even an attempt to counter the arguments put forward, this only shows the weakness of your little community when confronted with the unpleasant reality. Yet somehow i am vindictive and bitter because i smash to pieces the ill-gotten reputation of… Read more »
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jason the rebels march nowhere, they travel by way of tunnel while hiding behind civilians. or with turkish help they are active in border regions where they only have to travel short distances. if they ever try and ”march” on damascus they would be destroyed en route i assure you. the syrian army must be hoping they try. because it would end the war very quickly

Nini
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“march on Damascus sooner rather than later”
I am sure u will be driving them down there ur self. Just make sure u take a magical umbrella to fight of the guided Missile !

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it looks like Zabadani is heading towards victory for the SAA and Hezbollah, it does`n look any smaller than Idlib in the map, or i`m i wrong ?

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Ariston: Jason will say you are wrong anyway because you admit that it only ‘looks like’ a victory for SAA. Can’t you see that the ‘rebels’ will soon be marching into Damascus to a heroes welcome? You clearly are NOT in Jason’s reality either. He must be so lonely.

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Zabadani is a mid size town as Idlib, but much less inhabitants, Idlib used to have 150K people prior to the war on Syria, 250-300K during the conflict with people that fled to its safety, and now probably 10-15K civilians are there that welcomed the nusrats. Zabadani is a town for holidays and vacations, infra is based on hotels and apartments to enjoy the winter or a fresh summer, so it used to have a very elastic population, from low tens of thousands to as high low hundred thousands. Zabadani is very critical for Syria’s intent right now, controlling this… Read more »
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The German gouvernment-controlled TV news program “Tagesschau” today focused on Yarmouk and Idlib with an interesting change. It said that whole Idlib is controlled by the “rebels” but not the usual “good guys”. It declared Idlib in control of the “third largest islamic extremist group” Ahrar al Sham. Which means singling out IS, Nusra and al Sham groups as the bad guys and the gouvernment that has to fight them as slightly better. The “inhabitants of Idlib” (one trader now relying on the “rebels”) are interested only in peace and normal life that they “had before” and now hope to… Read more »
Hass
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Those updated Katyushas and Frogs Missiles are a good addition for the SAA arsenal. For their powered range and destructiveness and locally made at low cost. What’s not to like?.

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