With the war in Syria now a vanishing memory, the Syrian Army turns its attention to the north where rodents have recently formed a new front excluding Hay’at Tahreer Al-Shaam (HTS). Needless to say, Jaysh Al-Islam, the Saudi funded terrorist group that fancied itself some kind of conventional army has been eradicated. Muhammad ‘Alloosh is reportedly in Turkey or Saudi Arabia wolfing down Alka Seltzer tablets. He has already been condemned to death and faces a noose the instant he tries to enter Syria. This new front is primarily made up of the Noor-Al-Deen Al-Zangi group some (which is renowned for its “moderate character” as it beheaded a 12 year-old Palestinian boy in front of cameras) along with a mish-mash of other criminals. I am told that the individual rodent who beheaded the boy is wanted by the PFLP-GC dead or alive, preferably the former. If he is taken alive, as the great British director, Ken Russell, once wrote: “Hell will hold no surprises for him”.
As I reported before, the Kurds are deeply suspicious of American intentions and do not have the desire to repeat historic disasters. Ghassan Kadi’s article, listed below, is in basic agreement with this proposition. It is fair to say that even the Kurd issue has been resolved through negotiation – a much more civilized way to resolve conflict. However, the Syrian government is insisting on Kurdish disarmament, an issue that may encounter some stumbling blocks.
At Al-Qaseer in the Golan, ISIS has been routed from its last stronghold by the Syrian Army. ISIS terrorists have been monitored looking for ways out of the Middle East, most heading back to Europe or, even, Bangla Desh. With Angela Merkel in office, we can expect Germany to turn into another Afghanistan if she is given the authority to open European doors to the fleeing rodents.
I have a close relative in Syria who tells me everything is returning to normal. While there is some fear that the terrorists holed up in Idlib might target Latakia, the Russians have relayed Turk assurances that such a scenario is not going to take place. Of course, Erdoghan is treacherous and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. We cannot sit rest assured he won’t renege on his promises.
Tens of thousands of Syrian refugees are returning home. The news is that the amnesty program is working and is taken seriously by the government. That is, unless you have a known history of killing Syrian soldiers or security men who were taken hostage. Those individuals, their hands bloodied, are winding up in European capitals, Canada or the United States. Applications for refugee status are indicators of an unwillingness to return to Syria out of fear of arrest and trial. Individuals, such as those in Lebanon are returning without any fear.
Since the Russians have taken a negative attitude toward the liberation of Idlib, we will start to concentrate on that particular issue in future posts. I will not be reporting on SAA assaults in the East for the reason that these pockets of cockroaches are doomed either because of the elements or their own psychological depression. The terrorists at Al-Tanf are expected to surrender the moment the U.S. pulls out before the end of the year. Some may try to move to Jordan, but, the majority will probably melt into the general population – or so they think. There is a suggestion by some that Jordan will pick up where the U.S. left off at Al-Tanf with Saudis picking up the tab.
NEWS AND COMMENT:
The Western tune has changed indeed. Read how the liars lick their collective wounds:
Note how articles like this one are winding up in the public domain. This makes the NYT grimace:
Ghassan Kadi discusses the Kurdish situation with Sputnik: Thanks, Intibah: