A nice view of the Saraab 1 (Mirage) anti-guided rocket defense system developed domestically by Syria’s Military Research and Development institution. It sits atop a T-72-M1 tank. Pretty ferocious looking. It has made wire-guided anti-tank technology obsolete and irrelevant.
To all my readers: SyrPer has been subjected to the typical assault on truth by child-molesting Satan worshipers and is down as technicians work to clean out the plague of Wahhabism. Please be patient. We are also working on the appropriate response. The attack appears to originate in brainless Turkey. Ziad
The city of Homs is now rat-free. The slug-like ogres who once infested the suburb of Al-Wa’er have now left for Idlib where they will inter-breed with the same species of rodent, that is, until the army exterminates them. 58 buses moved the rats out of Al-Wa’er with a total of 2,613 terrorists and their miserable, malodorous families. Of these, 425 were terrorists, 469 non-combatant men, 766 women and 953 rodent minors. The government has promised to restore all services in one month.
East and Northwest Al-Tafha Heights: completely liberated north of the 4th Transport Oil Station. 61 ISIS rats were killed in the fighting with scores of armored vehicles and pickup trucks with 23mm cannons vaporized.
1,345 rats have left Al-Qaaboon for Idlib. This is almost the end of these venomous rodents. My source in Damascus, Monzer, says that the Jaysh Al-Islam terrorist group is falling apart and unable to explain away the series of defeats suffered by their organization at the hands of the Syrian Army and its allies.
ALEPPO: The Syrian Army has confirmed killing ISIS’s Minister of War, Abu Mus’ab Al-Masri east of Aleppo. No other details available, yet.
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For all you gaming fiends, here’s one from Samer Hussein about Syria:
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