LATAKIA: We can confirm a large concentration of Turk rodents in the Salmaa area, an area now depopulated thanks to the love the Syrian people have for Alqaeda and its Turk-Erdoghani handlers. The more they have tried to infest this small area, the more the SAAF has been active in destroying their efforts to build fortifications and safe houses.
The SAAF was particularly active in this area yesterday as confirmed by my wife’s relatives nearby in Slinfeh:
Based on intercepted communications between the stinking rat Turk murderers and their Turk imbeciles in Adana, 26 rodents were killed by the SAAF in consecutive sorties including a large truck which was filled to its seams with weapons and ammunition. Of the 26 killed, 23 were Turks:
Mahomet Purek (TURK RODENT EXCREMENT)
Haluk Hacan Taysi (TURK COCKROACH AND CHILD MOLESTER)
Izzetin Kobjaan (TURK HOG PUSTULE)
No other names were sent.
NEWS AND REPORTS:
Eric Draitser pooh-poohs the much ballyhooed Turkish volte face with certainty and credibility:
Arabi Souri tells us about Jaysh Al-Fath’s typically cowardly withdrawal from the power station at Zayzoon:
A former United Stated Special Forces soldier wrote this to me and I am reproducing it in its entirety:
US in Turkey
SFC Steven M Barry USA RET
Aug 1 at 10:17 PM
Regarding the recent US/Turkey agreement… The use of Turkish airbases
by the US Air Force is emphasized in the press; but what was overlooked
(or deliberately ignored) was the addition of about 1200 US Army troops.
Those are beyond the normal support personnel from the Air Force. (It is
all going to amount to many thousands.)
Who are the Army people? They are from the 10th Special Forces Group,
Ft. Carson, CO. [The SF Group whose theater assignment is EUCOM — which
includes Turkey.] 10SFGA was based out of Turkey during the first war
against Iraq in 1990, and again in 2003. Their primary mission will be
forward air control and laser target designator teams for both US and
Turk airstrikes in Syria and Kurdish Iraq. Their secondary mission will
be strategic reconnaissance against the SAA, principally along Lines of
Communication (LOC). There will also be liaison teams with Turkish
ground units when, not if, the Turks invade Syria.
Having myself done these things in SF, my strong and grave
recommendation to the SAA command and control is to become redundant and
dispersed insofar as possible to maintain operations tempo.
I don’t know what else I can do except pass along these things as I
become aware of them,
God bless B’aath and Dr. Assad,
Penny discusses damage control Canuck-style. The situation with the Kurds is becoming downright dreadful: