Note how the SAA always checks for explosive belts on rat carcasses. Sometimes these terrorists feign death in order to attract soldiers to investigate only to detonate their explosive charges. Soldiers have to be extremely cautious. When the rat is clearly a foreigner, they will give him the coup de grace as a precaution.
AL-HASAKA: It should be obvious to all that the ISIS assault on Al-Hasaka was a failure. Despite the terror group’s initial success in overpowering militia at the southwestern quarter of Al-Nashwa, and, even, penetration into Al-Ghuwayraan Quarter, the fact now remains that ISIS has not been able to hold on to anything and has been routed in every quarter of this provincial capital. The area was so pacified that Lt. General Fahd Jaassim Al-Furayj flew in by helicopter to congratulate the field commanders and to inspect the theater of battle. He reportedly carried with him, as always, the praise of Dr. Bashar Al-Assad, Syria’s president and commander-in-chief. Some have written about the presence of Maj. Gen. ‘Issaam Zhahreddeen in Al-Hasaka at the command of about 300 paratroopers from the Republican Guard. I, personally, have seen no evidence of this and find it strange that a general would be sent anywhere to command a platoon of rangers. Be that as it may, the field commanders in this area were more than merely successful.
The Syrian Army and its allies are cleaning up a mess created by the inept monkey Jordanian “strategists” – these are the kind of sedenterized bedouins who think that marching like an English soldier is a sign of civilization – after the Syrian Army spent several days killing and wounding hundreds of them in battle after battle. It’s gotten so bad that even Brandon Turbeville has started to write about a Jordanian threat to invade a la Erdoghan. Of course, Erdoghan has changed his language to something along the lines of “no unilateral action”. Well, what if Jordan joins in? Would that not solve the problem? Not really. The Turkish opposition has made it clear it must not happen. The Turkish high command is opposed to any such intervention. And the Russian navy continues to pile on ships on the borders of Syria. As far as Jordan is concerned, polls there suggest the Jordanian people are very much against such involvement. The Dwarf half-breed King is playing with fire.
Saydaa: Confirmed. The SAA has killed 15 rat leaders of Nusra and Harakat Al-Muthannaa Al-Islamiyya, destroyed or disabled 50 vehicles including an IED factory. The scene is one of utter chaos as rodents, once they discovered they were in the cross hairs, tried to escape the field of battle by driving every which way resulting in many vehicles colliding with each other and making it all the easier to destroy them. Monzer writes that over 80 carcasses were counted by spotters. Rat terrorist supporters have identified some of the dead rodents:
Ahmad Sa’eed Al-Humaydi
Faadi Tayseer Al-Haaj-‘Ali (died at the hands of Jordanian quacks in Al-Ramtha Regime Hospital)
‘Issaa Muhammad Khodhr
Ahmad Muhammad Khodhr
SyrPer extends, once again, its congratulations to the Khodhr family for its investment in Satan’s Zoo and Nature Park in Hell. Keep up the good work.
City: The Nusra hyenas tried to infiltrate into the Electric Company Complex. The SAA was monitoring their movements and took action immediately killing almost all the rats and destroying a van loaded with ammunition.
At Kafr Shams and ‘Aqraba, the Syrian Air Force struck hard at concentrations of Nusra vultures killing many.