HOMS: There is much talk about SAA advances toward this city occupied by Turk-controlled rodents. Well, there are very strong indications that the city is being abandoned by ISIS in an effort to turn Dayr El-Zor into some kind of Stalingrad. Having said that, there are still over 2,000 ISIS thugs inside the city who are armed and programmed to fend off any attack by the army. Or, so they’re told.
Al-Maqaali’ Al-Qadeema: (The Ancient Quarries). On Thursday in the deep darkness, the SAA invaded this area northwest of Palmyra and a range of low-lying mountains overlooking the city. ISIS vermin inside were not expecting anything, evidently, as they were quickly dispatched by SAA rangers with night-vision equipment. The SAA massacred them and counted 49 the next morning during a field assessment. There was not one single Syrian citizen among the group.
Al-‘Abbaasiyya Hot Springs: This volcanic area used to be used by the Romans to take invigorating or curative baths during the time they occupied eastern Syria. They were never able to invade Mesopotamia because the stubborn Persians would have none of it. But, they did build that fabulous city during an era when the climate was probably more inviting than it is today. On Friday, the ISIS rodents invaded positions controlled by SAA infantrymen southeast of Palmyra. 52 rats, the entire group was killed with 6 pickups festooned with the usual Croation-made Doschkas. The pickups were an easy target as our infantry regulars were armed with Kornets and RPGs. Major setback for the cringing rodents.
Al-Bayaaraat west of Palmyra. The SAAF, using the Al-Tayfoor Airbase, walloped ISIS destroying scores of vehicles which were conveniently lined up for some demented parade.
Al-Mughayzeel Village: Reports of engagements vague now. It appears the SAA may have caught ISIS in a trap and killed many. No other details.
Fighting reported in these areas: Ruhoom Village (ISIS HQ) and ‘Unq Al-Hawaa
GENERAL AYYOOB, CHIEF OF STAFF, REVIEWS SYRIAN ARMY FORCES IN PALMYRA. PREPARATIONS AND PLANS TO OVERCOME THE RATS INSIDE THIS ANCIENT CITY:
The SAAF had great Intel from inside the city thanks to our intrepid citizens. A meeting of ISIS hyenas from Saudi Arabia was taking place in a building commandeered by these scavengers. In a pin-point attack by Sukhoi bombers, a Saudi Arabian rat and his 3 aides were scorched beyond recognition on Sunday, July 12, 2015. Other rodents were also killed, but, we have little information about them.
AL-HASAKAH: OBITUARY FOR RATS. SyrPer is proud to announce the death of a Saudi Arabian singer, Maahir Mish’al (a/k/a “Abu Zubayr Al-Qusaymi”) whose physical appearance used to infatuate every child molester in Saudi Arabia. He was ISIS’s premier mezzo soprano belting out such immortal hits like “Fly me to my Caliph’s Lap” and “Off With His Raghead!”. That’s him, folks, right down there grinning for his fans just before he was turned into a ball of ash by a merciful missile fired by the Syrian Army. Some sites are claiming it was the “heroic” “coalition” which has to take the credit for sending this cathouse thrush straight into the lap of Mephistopheles. No, I’m afraid it was, once again, the Syrian people through their army which did the deed. According to one source, his body, below the explosive belt he always wore to keep his rabid male fans away, was burned to a crisp. He left a career of sodomy back in April of 2013 to resurrect it with ISIS at a different level of concupiscence. May he roast in Hell. Our compliments to his rodent mother.
Three days ago, the Syrian Army killed 36 rodents including “Abu Haajar Al-Shaami” in a raid on a pack near Al-Baseera Village.
South Entrance to Al-Hasakah. Undisclosed number of ISIS rodents massacred by the Syrian Army and allied militias killed on Friday, July 10, 2015. Real Snafu.
Al-Ghuwayraan Quarter: Huge losses to ISIS in a frontal assault by the disease-carrying Saudi rodents. The attack was repelled with over 400 ISIS casualties, 14 pickups with 23mm cannons destroyed. Wael writes to me that the scene where the rats began to withdraw in haste was something only imaginable in somebody flying on green Yemeni Qaat.