Here are two residents of Aleppo and Damascus describing more and more fighting now.
Here are two residents of Aleppo and Damascus describing more and more fighting now.
Al Qaeda-style terrorist bombings slaughter/maims scores, Western media spins war crime as terrorists “targeting government forces.”
by Tony Cartalucci (Land Destroyer)
October 3, 2012 – NATO-backed terrorism swept the northern Syrian city of Aleppo this week, killing and maiming scores of civilians. Al Qaeda-style car bombings targeted public squares throughout the city in a coordinated attack the Western press has attempted to claim was “targeting government forces.” CNN in their article, “Syria: Dozens killed in blasts at Aleppo public square,” bases this conclusion on the discredited “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights,” a single man, Rami Abdelrahman, who is admittedly a biased member of the so-called “Syrian opposition,” based not in Syria but in Coventry England disingenuously posing as an entire “human rights organization.”
But even Abdelrahman’s baseless claims state that “most of the casualties were government forces” meaning that the remaining victims were indeed civilians. Attacking public squares populated with civilians using indiscriminate explosive devices in such attacks is a brazen war crime, one made possible by Western cash, armaments, and political support supplied to sectarian extremist groups starting as far back as 2007.
The city of Aleppo has suffered heavily at the hands of NATO-backed terrorists, entire battalions of which consist of Libyan terrorists, not Syrian “freedom fighters” as the Western media attempts to repeatedly state. Libyan militants from the listed terror organization, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), are stationed, armed, and funded in NATO-member Turkey by Western and the Persian Gulf states of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, before crossing into northern Syria to carry out atrocities against the Syrian people under the guise of the so-called “Free Syrian Army.”
As these terrorist battalions continuously fail to achieve any significant military gains against the Syrian Army, they have resorted to brazen terrorist attacks like the recent coordinated car bombings, as well as targeting high profile historical sites across the ancient city. The Western media then attempts to portray the ravaging of Syria’s historical treasures as perpetrated by the Syrian government, when these same Libyan terrorists ravaged their own historical sites in acts of sectarian spite toward the end of last year’s NATO-backed destruction of the Libyan nation-state. Continue reading
Three weeks after, the armed rebels entered the northern town of Aleppo, ammunition supplies had dwindled to 600 bullets and six rockets, resulting in a very bloody stalemate with Assad’s forces.
But despite a ‘rotten’ process, supplies are finally on their way
The rusting green Mercedes truck could have been mistaken for a removal lorry.
It was parked in a narrow street outside a luxurious villa a short distance from the Turkish border, and the arms and legs of chairs and tables protruded from the tarpaulin that covered the back.
Beneath the furniture, however, were 450,000 rounds of ammunition and hundreds of rocket-propelled grenades destined for the armed rebels in Aleppo. Continue reading
The Syrian army reports inflicting heavy losses on armed rebels holed up in several residential neighbourhoods in eastern Aleppo. It says the rebels have been besieged and heavily shelled.
The latest offensive started on Sunday afternoon after unknown terrorists detonated a powerful bomb in western Aleppo. The explosion left 29 local people dead and 65 injured. It also destroyed a hospital and two schools and badly damaged several apartment blocks.
Source: the Voice of Russia
Units of Syrian Army have stormed HQ for a group of snipers that has a foothold in the area of al-Saied Ali in Aleppo.
In an Exclusive statement to Breaking News Network, a military source has revealed that ‘the’ Libyan sniper, known as Sam, has been among the snipers group.
The source indicated that the Libyan sniper may have been injured, ahead being besieged with his snipers’ comrades in the area’s southern sides.
The source confirmed that there’s no choice for the snipers, either to surrender or fight to death.
The sniper, from Irish breeds, had participated in the civil tribal war of Libya last year, where he decided to come to the front of Syria, train and organize the fighters of Syrian opposition.
The Libyan Sam is originally named Husam al-Najar, from a Libyan father and Irish mother. Continue reading
‘Aleppo to be insurgent-free in 10 days’
A senior Syrian army commander says the Syrian military forces will clear the northern city of Aleppo from insurgents within 10 days.
The military commander, who commands the Syrian army forces in the flashpoint city, said that they have been concentrating their efforts on securing the two key districts of Salah al-Din and Saif al-Dawla.
He said that the district of Salah al-Din has been under their partial control since August 9, while fighting was still continuing in Saif al-Dawla.
The commander said that once the two districts are under the army’s full control, other areas of the city will easily be cleared of the remaining insurgents.
The Syrian army says that 7000 insurgents had infiltrated Aleppo, 2000 of which were killed last month alone.
Meanwhile, in a strongly worded statement on Monday, the Russian Foreign Ministry denounced the armed insurgents for threatening to target civilian airports in Damascus and Aleppo.
“We consider such threats absolutely unacceptable,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
The foreign-backed insurgents declared in a statement that they would consider Damascus and Aleppo airports as “military targets” and that civilian aircrafts in the airports would be shot down.
The authorities on Wednesday clashed with an armed terrorist group on Aleppo-Raqaa highway that has been committing acts of killing, abduction and robbery against the citizens and killed two persons.
SANA reporter quoted an official source in Aleppo province as saying that the clashes resulted in the killing of all the members of the armed group, including two terrorists from Deir Ezzor: Salem Ali al-Shibli and Abdul-Karim Najem al-Abdullah.
Army Units Seize Large Amounts of Ammunition and Weapons in Aleppo
Meanwhile, the authorities seized a large amount of ammunition and weapons in Salah Eddin, al-Ameriyeh, al-Hashkal, and Tal al-Zarazir neighborhoods in the city of Aleppo.
SANA reporter said that the seized weapons included 2 mortars, 3 PKC machineguns, DShK machineguns, RPG launchers, Nato sniper rifles, pump-action machineguns and hand grenades.
The source told SANA reporter that the authorities carried out a qualitative operation in Saif al-Dawla neighborhood in the city, killing two terrorists and injuring three others.
A machine gun, a rifle and bombs were confiscated during the operation.
Terrorists’ Centers Destroyed in Several Neighborhoods in Aleppo
Army units destroyed centers for armed terrorist groups in al-Eis village, al-Shaar, Biyanon and al-Sakhour districts in Aleppo, in addition to destroying 17 cars equipped with DShK machineguns.
In al-Sweiqa neighborhood, several terrorists were killed in a qualitative operation carried out by the army units.
Another qualitative operation was conducted in al-Sayyed Ali neighborhood in the city of Aleppo that resulted in killing a number of terrorists and destroying their bases.
Army Unit Destroys 500 m long Tunnel for Terrorists in Ariha, Idleb, Seize Various Weapons
In the framework of clearing Ariha city in Idleb province of the armed terrorist groups, an army unit carried out a qualitative operation in the city that resulted in destroying a hideout of terrorists and killing a large number of them.
An official source in the province told SANA reporter that after receiving information from the residents in Ariha, the authorities seized a hideout for terrorists in the shape of a 500-meter-long tunnel connecting Ariha with Bzabor area.
The source added that clashes resulted in the killing of the terrorists who were hiding in the tunnel and seizing 200 hand grenades, RPG launchers, machineguns and 30 explosive devices, each weighed 100 kg. A number of printers stolen from state institutions and cars used by the terrorists in their attacks were also seized in the hideout.
PROVINCES- Authorities in Aleppo on Tuesday carried out a qualitative operation in al-Bandara neighborhood and inflicted heavy losses upon the mercenary terrorists, SANA reporter said.
The reporter quoted an official source in Aleppo province as saying that units of the armed forces carried out another qualitative operation around Radio and TV broadcasting area in the city of Aleppo, arresting two terrorists and killing the others.
The source told SANA that six bomb boxes, ammunition, rifles, sniper rifles, a PKC machine gun, military uniforms and medical materials were confiscated in teh operation.
The source said that the security authorities clashed with terrorists in the area of Sheikh Saad in the city of Aleppo and kill a number of them and wound others.
Clashes also broke out between the security authorities and a number of terrorists in al-Ashrafiyeh neighborhood in Aleppo city.
SANA reporter said that 7 terrorists were killed in the clashes.
Explosive Device Explodes in Car in Jaramana, Damascus Countryside, Killing Driver
Last night, in Jaramana, Damascus Countryside, an explosive device detonated in a car causing the killing of its driver.
The device was attached to the car by an armed terrorist group.
Authorities Confront Terrorists Who Mortared al-Mashrafah Village in Homs, Inflict Heavy Losses upon them
The authorities in Homs province confronted last night a group of armed terrorists who mortared al-Mashrafah village in eastern Homs causing injury to a number the citizens.
A source in the province told SANA reporter that the authorities succeeded in inflicting heavy losses upon the terrorists and destroying their DShk-eqipped vehicles.
Syrian Army units annihilated on this morning dozens of militants in Seif al-Dawleh neighborhood, obtaining qualified progress in it.
In Homs, Syrian security forces confronted yesterday a terrorist group that fired mortar shells on al-Mashrafa village, located in the eastern city.
Sources in Homs confirmed that Syrian security forces were able to cause direct shots upon the terrorist.
They destroyed a vehicle, equipped with Dushka machinegun, and killed all the gunmen inside.
The source added that the mortar shells that terrorists fired on the village, resulted in several injuries of civilians. Continue reading