ALEPPO: This is the bad Saudi dream. Always hoping for a glimpse of sunshine in an otherwise darkened and hostile world, the apes of Saudi Arabia have to feast their eyes today on a shattered army of repugnant foreign mercenaries as they shuffle their feet to the tune of “It’s a long way to Tipperary.” And so, another chapter in the evanescent history of terrorist victories in Syria has closed. The Syrian Army defied the wishes of John Kerry, Erdoghan, ‘Abdullah II, Hollande and Merkel; the army crushed the assault on the military academies at Al-Raamoosa effectively plugging the teeny-weeny corridor through which the rats hoped they could save their litter-mates in eastern Aleppo. As I write, SAA and HZB commandos are searching every nook and cranny looking for wounded rodents, die-hard rodents (and they will die hard) and CDs which will prove U.S. complicity in the assault on southwestern Aleppo.
In the meantime, we are pleased to report that our sources tell us that American SF agents inside Aleppo are still there trying to find a way out without being killed. They have, reportedly, been ordered to “stay put” in secured areas and to put their elegant survival training to good use until such time as their principals figure out a way to explain to the world how American soldiers wound up embedded with Alqaeda. That will prove to be a wonderful subject for concealment by the Western Press.
On September 1, 2016, the Air Technology Engineering Academy was only 70% free. According to sources on the ground there, the number of Jaysh Al-Fath rodents is now 0% as of September 5, 2016.
On September 1, 2016, the 1070 Apartment Project was 81% liberated. It is now 100% rat-free. Of course, there are always tough-skinned rodents holding out for their reservation in Paradise. They will receive exactly what they want courtesy of the Syrian government.
On September 1, 2016, the Logistics and Armaments Academy was seeing heavy fighting in the hallways and thoroughfares. Artillery and rocket fire soon ended the parasite presence leading to the complete liberation of this area and its hills by September 4, 2016.
There is a photo of ‘Abdullah Al-Muhaysini, whose burnt femur I expect on my desk soon, crying his little rodent heart out over the disaster he has seen in southwestern Aleppo. Boo hoo hoo. (See below) The losses are so massive to Jaysh Al-Fath that it is very likely there will be no more reinforcements coming in from Idlib – and that’s not just because the JF commanders don’t want to commit any more to the rampant slaughter. No! It appears groups like Jund Al-Aqsaa want nothing to do with “express-service to Paradise” via the Syrian Army’s fast-track to Oblivion. In fact, some of you may have heard that JF has, along with Ahraar Al-Shaam, attacked Jund Al-Aqsaa in Areeha and taken all their bases and equipment.
I am telling you that JF alone has lost 5,000 of its front-line rodents to the fighting in the south of Aleppo. The number of wounded is not known, but, we do know that medical supplies are hard to come by and almost all quacks and medics have been killed. Boo hoo hoo.
Well, on September 5, 2016, the situation in the southwest of Aleppo is markedly different from what it was 2 weeks ago. All academies have been cleansed of the terrorist fungus. All connections between the western part of Aleppo and the eastern part have been severed. As I write, the SAAF has initiated another breathtaking offensive to eradicate the hyenas in Khaan Toomaan and Ma’artaa. Over the past 24 hours, Jaysh Al-Fath and its slovenly gangs of allied weasels have lost 16 Toyota pickups with 23mm cannons.
The new offensive seeks to combine the power of the SAA and SAAF coupled to the Lebanese Resistance to wipe out the terrorist presence around Tallat Al-Mahrooqaat, Al-Hikma School and Tallat Umm Al-Qar’.
The Syrian Army has also liberated Al-Mushrifa and its strategic hills, an Air Defense Brigade, quarries, Refrigeration Alley, SyriaTel HQ, the industrial screw factory, and the fuels depot.
Enjoy this image of the doomed rodent, ‘Abdullah Al-Muhaysini, bawling his heart out over the debacle in Aleppo. (Thanks, Leith)
HAMA: A HUGE STORE OF WEAPONS AND 113 CASES OF AMMO FOUND IN AL-HAMRAA` IN HAMA PROVINCE BY THE SECURITY SERVICES ON THE BORDER WITH HOMS:
NEWS AND COMMENT:
John Peters sends this one about Turkey’s about-face, maybe, and how it’s going to play out:
Here is a funny take on what Abu Muhammad Al-Jawlaani might be feeling today. It’s a German movie about the last days of Hitler: (Thanks, John Esq.)