The SAA entered the village of Kafr ‘Ammeem and found a treasure trove of American mortar shells, rockets and other goodies left behind by the escaping terrorists of the Abaabeel Battalion. This takreeri group takes its name from the Koranic verse from the Chapter of The Elephant (CV) in which the Abyssinian viceroy of Yemen, Abraha, invaded the Hijaaz in order to destroy the Ka’aba. This is an early Koranic chapter describing an event viewed as a miracle by the early Muslims. It occurred only 2 months before the birth of the Messenger of Islam, Muhammad. It described a huge army of men and elephants who were destined to overrun Mecca. However, something happened to cause birds in huge flocks to fly over this army and bombard it with stones of dried clay turning the invading host into a field of withered wheat.
But, of course, that’s what happened to the terrorists after they were bombarded by the Syrian Army.
Besides the cache of American-made weapons, our army also discovered large stores of Saudi and Kuwaiti medicines and equipment. I cannot attribute this to the Kuwaiti government because it has never taken a position on the terrorists of Syria. Instead these provisions were probably sent by pro-terrorist billionaires in Kuwait without the knowledge of the authorities.
Saraaqib and the M4 Highway from Aleppo to Latakia have been freed of the terrorist pestilence.
The terrorists of Hay’at Tahreer Al-Shaam headed for the hills when they saw the T-90 tanks coming their way. According to my source in Latakia, the rodents warned the inhabitants of a massacre to be committed by the approaching Syrian government army. Some used loudspeakers to exhort the people to escape “certain death”. But, the few people remained.
Syrian infantry firing shots at escaping rodents amidst a field of “withered wheat”. (Photo: Tasnim News Service)
The next target will be Idlib itself. This will require much more preparation in order to avoid civilian casualties. As I write, the Abu Al-Dhuhoor Airbase is being revamped for action.