AIRBASE: The area of the airbase is so well-studied by the Republican Guards under the command of Maj. Gen. ‘Issaam Zhahreddeen that you could say they knew it as well as their own hands. The day before yesterday, a unit of crack rangers using night-vision equipment spotted 2 armored trucks just standing with over 14 ISIS rodents milling about in the darkness. The rangers fired off 5 Kornet rockets at the 2 stationary trucks turning them both into bright candles. The rodents around the trucks were reportedly severely injured. If an of the vermin were inside the trucks, they were incinerated.
Heavy fighting continues around the cemeteries where the SAA is making slow progress in an area not viewed as crucial. The SAAF also struck hard at Sariyyat Junayd, the Electric Company, Block Factory, Al-Jafra, Old Batalion 137 Base hitting ISIS nests, warehouses and grouping areas. No statistics on how many rats killed.
QUNAYTRA: At Mas-hara, the SAA engaged Nusra/Alqaeda supported by the Zionist Ghetto State and with a volley of rockets struck a weapons warehouse directly causing a large explosion which could be seen in Western Der’ah Province. Weapons and ammunition were destroyed along with a convoy of 5 vehicles 2 of which were Toyota pickups with 23mm cannons. A 107mm rockets launcher was also destroyed. Monzer reports a visual assessment of 8 certain dead rodents.
ALEPPO AND HOMS: Received excellent reports that 338 factories have reopened in Aleppo. Also, the Sugar Factory in Homs has also been put back on line afer a 10 week hiatus brought about by the presence of terrorist rodents.
‘Uqayrabaat Town: In the Salamiyya area, the day before yesterday the Syrian Air Force brought down death and fire to ISIS destroying a large convoy of weapons and ammunition purchased by the Saudi Arabian child molesters.
Other convoys of trucks carrying weapons were annihilated at the following locations:
South Tal Hawwaash
The number of dead and wounded cockroaches can only be estimated from the air and noted from terrorist communications. However, the number of vehicles destroyed can be counted. According to my source in Latakia, pilots counted 68 vehicles going up in flames thanks to the air force.
On the 27th of March, 2017, the SAA liberated Ma’aarzaaf and TallatSheeha in a sudden raid on Nusra/Alqaeda positions there killing 11 rodents most of whom were foreign mercenaries.
Qamhaanaa Town: This town boasts a population of about 20,000. It is under the protection of the Syrian Army. The terrorists of Nusra/Alqaeda have tried 3 times to overrun its defenses using a potpourri of suicide vehicles. They have failed each time miserably.
The Syrian Army took control over Al-Bukhaariyya Axis giving it fire control over Khattaab Village.
Khirbat Al-Hijaama: The Syria Air Force killed 17 rodents 6 of whom were members of the Turkistaan Party supported totally by Erdoghan’s zombies. According to my reports, the 17 were the total number of rodents targeted making this a thorough wipeout.
West of Kawkab Village: This hamlet was recently deloused by the SAA. Yesterday, SAA rangers caught terrorists planting landmines. They called in for assistance and it came swiftly in the form of a complete armored brigade. All 7 rats were killed, and a tank was destroyed at Tal Sakhr.
Al-Zaaraa Village: 1 pickup with a 23mm cannon was destroyed. No reports on casualties.
A view of Qamhaana City which boasts a population over 20,000.
NEWS AND COMMENT:
Patrick Henningsen sends this one about the vocabulary of bias in the MSM. A good article for students of propaganda:
Attorney for 35 years and Supreme Court Certified Interpreter for Arabic/English
Diploma with Honors from Ann Arbor Pioneer High School in 1968; B.A. University of Michigan in Ann Arbor 1968-1972; M.A. University of Michigan Dept. of Near Eastern Studies 1972-1974; Ph.D. Cand. Univ. of Michigan 1972-1977; Then went to law school. Credits: Harvard University for classes in Islamic Philosophy; Fellowships from University of Pennsylvania 1976; 2 from Univ. of Michigan. Read English, Arabic, German, French, Farsi, some Hebrew. Studied Ancient Greek and Latin before grad school. Michigan Supreme Court Certified Interpreter/Translator for Arabic and English