AL-HASAKAH UNDER ATTACK;DER’AH TERRORIST ASSAULT FLOPS BIG TIME!!

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AL-HASAKA:  Last night, the ISIS terrorist cannibals were able to penetrate the southwest quarters of Al-Nashwa/Rusaafa in Al-Hasakah City.   Once again, the tactic of choice was to have infantry behind a suicide truck which, in addition to blowing the driver into oblivion, opens a hole in the defenses.  In this case, the defenders were local tribal units loyal to the Syrian State and elements of Internal Security.  They were not prepared.  The attack itself came from an unusual location indicating that the SAA-MI was not concerned about an assault from the southwest.  The Syrian Army is now taking steps to reorient its defenses and surround the rodents with new forces.  My source tells me that the attack is not extremely threatening, however, Ba’ath Party sources claim that the ISIS rodents are deliberately hiding behind civilians – in other words, using civilians as a shield.  This may impede the SAA’s ability to deploy heavy artillery and, thus, give the appearance that ISIS can still strike whenever and wherever it pleases.  We will keep you informed.

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AL-RAQQA:

Is there any method to the madness of ISIS?  Reports are coming in about ISIS sending foreign terrorists and their families back to northern Aleppo.  This is particularly baffling because ISIS is abandoning positions in northern Aleppo and redeploying forces to defend Al-Raqqa.  But, then, we also hear about an attack on Al-Hasakah with rats they cannot easily spare.  It is conceivable that the attack on Al-Hasakah was to prevent the SAA from joining up with Kurdish forces who are on the verge of surrounding Al-Raqqa after several victories in the countryside.  The force sent to Al-Hasakah appears to be weak, yet, capable enough of creating sufficient mayhem to tie down forces which were prepared to move to Al-Raqqa and Tabqa to support the PKK.  Note, the Turks have not changed since the election: the renewed attack on Kobane came from Turkey.  Make no mistake about it.  Erdoghan is committed to insuring his seat at the International Criminal Court.

June 24, 2015: An ISIS convoy of 9 trucks heading out for Palmyra from Al—Raqqa was met by the Syrian Air Force which completely annihilated the convoy killing over 60 rats in the process based on aerial assessment and intercepted communications.  The convoy was hit in two sorties.  Only one name has been revealed from the mostly foreign rodents:

‘Abdul-‘Azeez Al-Yaaseen 

ISIS has been losing rats and territory in record numbers.  Don’t let the propagandists fool you.  Both the Syrian and Iraqi fronts are slowly chiseling away at the ISIS empire of ignorance.  With the loss of the oil and gas fields west of Palmyra, ISIS leaders must be hurriedly plotting some kind of come-back to reinstate their former economic muscle.  Without money, they will lose the loyalty of their mercenaries.  It is this aspect of the war which needs more study.

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DER’AH:  The Jaysh Al-Fath has opened up a new front in Der’ah in order to capture the provincial capital.  I have excellent sources in Der’ah because Monzer is tightly linked to that front and the front in Qunaytra.   We are seeing elements of Ahraar Al-Shaam and Nusra/Alqaeda fighting together here.  SAA-MI confirms that all orders being issued are coming from the traitor regime of ‘Abdullah bin Antoinette Avril Gardiner in ‘Amman who is running some kind of carnival sideshow with the most malicious terrorist supporters from the United States, Britain and France barking them out into cellphones.

The attack has failed!  As of 3:00 p.m. Damascus time, the combined SAA, SAAF, PDC, Ba’ath Party militias and local fighters who volunteered to fight for their country, has blunted the largest assault ever on the city of Der’ah.  As of now, we can tell you, based on reports from Damascus, that hundreds of rats have been killed or wounded and that this can be confirmed by the logjam at the borders with Jordan where screaming rodents beg for immediate veterinary attention.

بعد تطويقه مدينة تدمر.. الجيش العربي السوري يسعى لتأمين حمص

The whole point of the assault was to take control of Khirbat Ghazaala as a prelude to the assault on Der’ah City.  The plan was to use 6 separate suicide truck attacks to decimate the SAA’s strongpoints in the Der’ah countryside.  The rats were equipped with 30 refurbished T-62 tanks, 40 missile launchers including LAV rockets from the Zionist Settler State deployed by 1,500 rodents from Jordan.  The SAA had been watching and listening for this attack.  Without so much as a hint, the SAAF took to the air and began scouring the area for any evidence of terrorist rat concentrations.  Once the SAAF detected such groupings, the order was to annihilate them.  In the meantime, in complete coordination, the SAA’s Special Forces were sent to the front to search out rodents who were carrying American-made TOW rocket launchers, MANPADS and French-made Milan anti-tank rockets.  The SAA-SF forces also carried Kornet rockets.  With the SAAF and SAA searching out the rats’s best equipment, the result was a no-brainer.  The frontal attack using 6 suicide truck bombers came a cropper.  All the trucks were identified and destroyed including several armored cars, cannons, vans.

 

Al-Yaadoodaa:  SAAF destroyed a nest of vultures killing a confirmed 28 rodents, some of whom were apparently leaders of Nusra.

 

Al-Yaadoodaa Road:  33 confirmed dead rodents belonging to Nusra/Alqaeda were killed by the SAAF.

Sayf Al-Khaleefa Jabaara

‘Adnaan ‘Abdul-Mu’ti Al-Shaadin

‘Umar Sa’eed Khalloof

The rest were all foreigners.  An assessment at the scene was completed by security services.

الجيش السوري يصدّ هجوماً كبيراً على مدينة درعا.. وقتلى المجموعات الإرهابية بالعشرات

Al-Nu’ayma:  SAAF has done it again.  At an ad hoc meeting of rat leaders, where a homer device was place very conveniently outside the villa, the SAAF struck paydirt by killing every single one.  I have no other details.

 

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Here are some of the names of the rats killed in Al-Nu’ayma as confirmed by the rats themselves on their rat websites:

Mish’al Farhaan Al-Zu’bi

Ahmad ‘Issaa Zurayqaat

Ahmad Khaalid Abu Al-Hawaash

Muhammad Kaamil Al-Daaghir

Bakr ‘Umar Al-Mahaawish

Muhammad Rasmi Al-‘Abbood


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david
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i suppose regardless of obvious syrian success that this is bleeding syria economically? they can never compete with saudi arabia, qatar and america financially. so the question remains how long can syria take this bleeding? militarily they are far superior but how long can this continue. seems the plan is to bleed syria

DT
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….but bleeding Syria means bleeding Syria, Iran and Russia too. Good luck with that when the opposition is bankrupt and obviously desperate and against the clock with failing economies and home populations who are increasingly aware (and repulsed) at the tactics their oligarchs are employing.

DT
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…sorry forgot to add Iraq to that list too, as well as most of Lebanon.

DT
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Thanx for the updates and your commitment Ziad. Is it possible the al-Hasaka assualt was a distraction for the much larger Der’ah attack? classic NATO-backed terorist assualts on several fronts at once desperate for a foothold. The Financial/Terror Enslavement Empire of Pigs is absolutely desperate for regime-change in Syria isn’t it, it is as if their filthy-rich, pig lives depend on it…

Canthama
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DT, do not think so, ISIS is in Hasaka and no ISIS in the attack in Daaa. The attack on Hasaka is the same as the last 30-40 days, similar what ISIS did in Pamyra and worked out. Hasaka is different story vs Palmyra, larger town and with a very large civilian population. ISIS will fail again Hasaka and that may mean their last offensive in that Provimce, they are running super thin in Hasaka and that may be their strategy, attack to appear strong while in reality the southern Hasaka is depleted of rats. We will see about that… Read more »
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BELOW IS PART OF A POST I PUT ON YESTERDAY’S BLOG –on the “coincidence” of CIA asking for an extra BILLION to arm and train Rebels-just as they had taken Ramadi and Tadmor. For folks not in the states this HIT almost ALL MSM–CNN,ABC,CBS and on Newspapers-a concerted effort to push for more concern and thus Money but it looks like it backfired. “””””””””””””””””It has been only 1 month since they took the Palmyra and now,it seems ,they need help to stave off loses elsewhere-OR- there is indeed so many troops on the way that they will be totally surrounded… Read more »
Sad Guy
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As Ziad and his son observed correctly this is with any evidence a try to block any further advances towards Al-Raqqa from YPG/SAA, which would have serious logistical implications and a morale blow. Leith talks about sleeper cells inside Hasakah which helped ISIS gibbons to neutralize militias strongpoints. And the inevitable “suicide truck” that once again has worked finely (SAA, are you serious? After 4 years it’s still the same shit, how you let let that happen everytime that easy ?) to breach the defences. I can’t help but wonder how is possibile that these guy still haven’t tried anything… Read more »
MI6
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Unfortunately, Sad Guy brings up excellent points. After 4 years how can the SAA continue to be “unprepared” against the inevitable suicide vehicle/bomb. Assuming the SAA must defend these attacks with the equipment at hand it seems like a few simple tactical changes could reduce the incidence of the suicide vehicle/bomb. 1. Let the entire population, of any city and surrounding areas, know that if a vehicle is “off road” and approaching SAA lines it will be lit up – no exceptions. 2. In active battle areas, such as Hasaka, require all vehicles that are “on road” to stop 200-300… Read more »
Jannik
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The biggest problem, as I see it, is how that could easily become a logistical nightmare for an army that is already stretched in terms of manpower, morale and ground. In spite of war, I imagine there’s still a significant amount of comings and goings from the major city hubs, which translates into a lot of vehicles to be searched and approved. Secondly, whether the SAA informs civilians that any vehicle not stopping within the set perimiter being lit up, I still imagine many will have missed the message or simply not having comprehended the serious of it, which would… Read more »
MI6
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Jannik, your points are well taken and raise legitimate concerns. But, these same tactics have been battle tested in large population centers.

Luca K
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Janniks points are exactly the points i was gonna make. There is a war for hearts and minds too, one that the syrian government cannot afford to lose. Mi6 says the tactics were effective in Iraq(and Afghanistan) and this is largely true. However there were numerous incidents where zamerican troops lit up civilians in the exact contexts explained by Jannik. From the zamerican point of view, this was acceptable though. In general anyway, zamerican military doctrine is so heavily based on massive firepower that inevitably they generally killed more civilians than fighters as well as causing massive infrastructure damage. The… Read more »
Luca K
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Excellent points Jannik!

MI6
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Unfortunately, civilian casualties are part of any war. I do not believe for a second that the Syrian government drops bombs or fires artillery shells on civilian positions on purpose. For the exact reasons stated above, intentionally bombing civilian areas would be catastrophic in the battle for the hearts and minds of the population. However, there is no question that the SAAF and SAA have fired on areas (either intentionally or unintentionally) that have caused civilian casualties. It is unavoidable in a war. All things considered, would you rather have a suicide bomber blow a hole in your defensive positions… Read more »
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Leith reports that 1,000 fighters have attacked Daraa. Seems like a meager force to launch an attack on a provincial capital.. Maybe the SAA could afford to send some of the 35,000 troops sitting outside Palmyra to Daraa to stabilize the situation.

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#SAA retake the criminal security branch after a counterattack against #IS near the sports center #Hasakah #Syria

Map situation Hasakah city:

http://www.agathocledesyracuse.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Hasakah-25-June-2015.jpg

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ziad
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hmmm intresting,,seems like a love hate relationship with these vulturnistic kurds and fsa faggots
http://foreignpolicy.com/2015/06/23/cant-we-all-just-get-along-and-march-on-raqqa-kurds-free-syrian-army-isis/?utm_content=buffer76336&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

and what is this i hear about usa putting the SOC on terror list and banning them from enetring the US?

ziad
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seems like the attack on hasakeh is much like the attack on kobani,,all distractions and attempts to slow advancements by using human shields

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