DER’AH: WHY JORDAN ORDERED ALQAEDA OUT OF NASEEB CROSSING; JORDAN’S TREASON LETHAL TO JORDAN

DER’AH:  If you can believe it, the allies of the United States have actual command and control over Al-Qaeda.  The organization run by a former Egyptian plastic surgeon, Dr. Ayman Al-Zawaahiri, a protégé of Usaamaa Bin Laadin, and cave-dwelling monkey in Pakistan, is a part of the American Grand Strategy to unseat the lawfully elected president of the Syrian Arab Republic.  Abu-Muhammad Al-Jawlaani, who heads Jabhat Al-Nusra/Alqaeda, has apparently rejected Qatar’s and the UAE’s demands that he sever ties with Al-Qaeda in order that they be able to fund his organization more openly; not to mention, of course, Nusra being removed from the list of terrorist organizations.  He has said “no” to all that.  But, really, it doesn’t make any difference because the Arabian apes will continue to finance his terror campaigns and his butchery.

Enter Jordanian businessmen and farmers.  Jordan is a primarily agricultural nation with scant natural resources.  It’s airline, Royal Jordanian, is about the only company that turns a profit in the cutthroat world of aviation.  It’s normal international routes and milk runs to Syria were extremely profitable until the 2011 American-orchestrated war erupted.  But now all the losses, even if partly defrayed by Saudi monkey blood money, are becoming unsustainableWith the closing of the Naseeb Crossing by the Jordanian government, the only outlet to the north, Jordanian businessmen and farmers, who normally concentrated their businesses on land routes ending in Beirut,  found themselves with foodstuffs rotting in their containers.  Even the Lebanese government has now intervened by demanding the immediate release of Lebanese truck drivers who were taken hostage by Alqaeda after the closure and subsequent occupation of the Jordanian side of the crossing by the terrorist group.  The losses are in the millions.  King Pygmy PlayStation in Amman has to take into consideration the support of his established mercantile classes who underwrite the economy.

Enter Saudi Arabia which wants nothing to do with any deal to reopen the crossing.  That the Saudis are a depraved race of monkeys is no surprise to any one of our readers.  But, here, at this juncture in time, when their own borders are being penetrated by bold Yemeni freedom fighters, they are asking for the fatal wallop they so richly deserve by losing their stooge Hashemite king to the rage of Jordanian and Palestinian businessmen.  This is what is happening now in Jordan.  The king is desperate.

Yesterday, something strange happened.  The crossing was abandoned by Alqaeda.  The only problem is that, as SyrPer told its readers credibly, the Syrian government does not appear interested in saving King PlayStation (as As’ad Abu Khaleel calls him).   The Syrian government, I have been told, was enraged by Amman’s act of self-immolation in, first, closing the crossing at the behest of the Saudi primates, and, then, looking askance as Alqaeda’s barbarians entered and occupied it right under the noses of Jordanian soldiers and border guards.  As of this writing, the crossing, while Ratten-rein, is closed on the Syrian side.  If the Jordanians want it reopened, there will be conditions.

The Saudis are nearly broke now with the price of oil barrels at record lows (thanks to the Saudis, themselves) and their war in Yemen becoming suddenly an all-Saudi romp.  The Saudis are reportedly dipping into their strategic reserves to off-set the losses.  It is hard to imagine how they will deal with a Jordan that isn’t going to go along unless the ordinarily parsimonious Ayraabs pony up with some extra dough for the kingdom’s coffers.  Dr. Assad is playing this one for keeps.

 

Kafr Shams:  About 60kms north of the city, 2 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed and these carcasses identified:

Bassaam Subhi Al-Ghazzaawi

‘Adnaan Al-Masaalima

The other 5 were not identified.

 

Syrian Army Targets Terrorists in Daraa

Der’ah City:  The city is only 10kms from its Jordanian sister-city of Al-Ramtha.  The Syrian Army and PDCs attacked rat nests in Al-Arba’een Quarter, Al-Manshiyya Quarter and south of the shoe factory.  I have no other details.

 

BREAKING NEWS:  QUNAYTRA PROVINCE.  The SAA has broken the back of a Alqaeda/Zionist attack on the Umm Al-‘Izhaam Dam.  The attack was a military disaster for the Zionist cockroaches who planned this fiasco.  According to Monzer,  no assessment can be performed yet as the area is too dangerous.


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Syrian NOT Arab
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Syrian NOT Arab
The United States, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, the UAE, Jordan, Israel and others have a long history of supporting terrorist groups, in particular jihadists. Osama bin Laden was armed, trained and financed by the US and its allies. Why do they do this? Very simple. To fight their enemies by proxy and to justify wars and interventions as necessary. That’s why every time an FBI agent uncovers evidence of US government treason and collaboration with foreign intelligence to attack Americans in false flag operations that agent is chased into the hills and is found dead. They all suspect it, but as… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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Nobilitatis

Ziad please use the German term “rattenfrei” since the meaning of “rattenrein” would be ‘as clean as a rat’.

Mentat
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Mentat

That is one sense, as in ‘lupenrein’; the other is as in the memorable ‘Judenrein’ [clean of Jews] used by the Nazis to designate an area ‘cleansed’ of their presence, suggesting a type of disease.

As such, Ziad’s German in this case correctly conveys what he means to say.

God Protects the Syrian Army!
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Jordan exist for the pleasure of the imperialists and bought Arabs. It’s simply an outpost created so foreign powers can maintain and launch their nefarious agenda of regional hegemony especially against Iraq and Syria. The fall of Jordan means nothing unless patriotic forces were to take control and kick out the foreign presence.

God Protects the Syrian Army!

Canthama
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Canthama

This is a puzzle indeed, too many dirty hands in this pie, hope the crossing remains closed and Jordan starts to bleed a bit on commerce.

Hope to hear more about this Umm Al-‘Izhaam Dam fiasco, can not find much of it out there, this is a very tough front that once collpased it will go all the way to Tall Harra.

Zakenpief
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Zakenpief

One nuclear weapon exploding over any major town. And these little kids will not do it for a 1000 years again. It is only a matter of time.

tommytcg
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There will be no nukes. Zackiepie.. google, Larry King, CNN.. ufos shut down missile silos in US, UK and USSR. ‘They’ have told us so, ‘they’ still monitor all suspicious launches, and have zapped a few. ‘They’ are explained in The Pleiadian Mission by Randolph Winters, based on http://www.theyfly.com. That is why US and Russ. are developing hypersonic ‘conventional’ weapons. If you believe your ancestors were chimps 4M years ago and that we are ‘alone’, this info is not for you.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Impossible. If there would be intelligent life. Then i would be the first one they pick up. And so far they have not.

Okidoki to Zakenpief to Thucydides.

Mentat
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Mentat

They did, but only to discover the elastic limits of your rectum rather than that of your puny hobbit mind. Then, after the repeated ‘probings’, they scrubbed your brain with Spongebob so you wouldn’t write a book exposing their mischief.

LittleBat
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The Jordanian economy is being hammered hard because of the war in Syria. The negative effects are spreading, with a decline in tourism (somehow, burning pilots is the sort of image which repels visitors) and, as pointed out here, lack of access to the much needed Lebanese markets. There has been a recent media article on the crisis in the Jordanian tourist industry. Also important is the lack of income which used to flow from exchanges in Syria – as noted on this webpage – valuable traffic for Royal Jordanian Airlines, etc. In the time around 2002, Jordan had excellent… Read more »
CHEVI789
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I used to buy the pre made falafel, it was made in Syria, but i noticed in the last year it is now made in Jordan, sure it would have been due to the war, but even the company will be suffering, and it ain’t just the falafel either. But i still buy Syrian made wherever i can.

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