Wednesday, February 6, headlines News on the tapes of news agencies were full of messages: "Syrian rebels launched a new assault on Damascus." It is difficult to say what was behind these screaming captions - an information attack or a real operation to storm the capital. Because if it was an information attack, then it was a success. There was a lot of noise in the media, like from an empty barrel, which was pounded with an iron crowbar, and, as they say, they made a huge elephant out of a small fly. But if the purpose of the rebels and their masters really was a real assault on Damascus, then we can say that this is the most ridiculous and most miserable operation of the rebels that you can imagine.
Yes, February 6 noise was not only in the press. It was a bit recklessly in Damascus - it is impossible to call the day absolutely calm. Many residents of the capital woke up from the sounds of explosions and shooting. The rebels publicly announced a new assault on social networks and launched an attack from the south-eastern suburb of Jobar, attacked roadblocks. The most militant brigade of the 6 militants was a unit belonging to the terrorist organization Dzhebhat Al-Nusrah, associated with Al-Qaeda. The United States, on the one hand, banned this organization and put it on the terrorist list (which means that any support for it is outlawed), but in fact, as you can see, they provide it with at least informational support. Unfortunately, several soldiers died in the attack of the rebels. But for any serious assault on the fortress city, the insignificant silenok of terrorists was not enough. But the army immediately launched a counteroffensive and not only entered Jobar, but also conducted anti-terrorist operations in the nearby city of Duma.
Army operations were also carried out in the city of Harasta, the villages of Arbin, Zamalka, Sbén, Hujairah and others. Many militant bases were defeated along with weapons and ammunition destroyed clusters of bandits. In addition, the army eliminated a large number of cars with machine guns fixed on them - a favorite means of transportation for all the rebel slaves of the so-called "Arab Spring".
Perhaps the goal of the militants was also to divert the attention of the army from the sweeps in the city of Dareia, a southwestern suburb of Damascus. However, this task failed as well, since counterterrorist operations continued there. Most of the Dareyas are freed. Unfortunately, as it turned out, the bandits managed to desecrate many mosques and temples in the city.
By the end of the day, the mass panic of the rebels, who shouted that they had been “betrayed”, went on social networks. Who betrayed? Hosts? In fact, they betrayed themselves, since they sold their conscience and honor for their pennies, and most importantly, their homeland, having gone on about external enemies of Syria. In this regard, it is impossible not to recall the recent attack by Israel against Syria, carried out contrary to the UN Charter and all international norms. The Zionist strike fell on the south-western part of the province of Damascus, as if the enemies were specially trying to divert the forces of the Syrian army from the southeast of the province, where a new operation of bandits was planned.
The third assault on Damascus ended ingloriously for the organizers. It must be said that the first two attempts were more serious. The operation of the rebels "Volcano in Damascus" in July last year was perhaps the bloodiest, and although the assault ended in nothing, the bandits managed to destroy several quarters - Tadamun, Midan, and most importantly - to commit a destructive terrorist attack, which resulted in many Syrian army commanders fell. At the end of November last year, there was another attempt to storm Damascus, which, in practice, turned out to be weaker than the July Vulcan and ended in defeat and great losses among terrorists. The current, third, attempt, against the background of those two operations, looks altogether ridiculous. Of course, it ended with another zilch and showed that the forces of the gangsters are weakening - as the Republican army inflicts very sensitive blows on the forces of the insurgents.
But what terrorists do relatively well is to commit terrorist attacks. That’s why they are prepared, that’s why they’re sharpened, and that’s what their masters prepared.
February 6 a major terrorist attack occurred in the province of Homs, the city of Tadmur, better known to tourists as Palmyra. (Although Palmyra is called the great archaeological monument of antiquity, and next to it is the modern city of Tadmur). There were two suicide bombers driving in two mined cars. One of them exploded near the gate in front of the local security building, the other entered the courtyard and blew himself up there. The building is located near the bus station, so among the dead there are police officers and civilians. Among them are women.
In the province of Hama in the village of Barak militants blew up a car bomb near the factory. It happened in the evening, when the tired after work employees went from the shift through the checkpoint. Each of them hoped to return to the family circle, but many workers did not come home that evening ...
And the next day, February 7, the terrorists took revenge on Damascus for the failed assault. In the quarter of Al-Kabun, they fired mortars at the bus station. 6 people died, among them one woman and three children. Many people were injured. Gangsters know how to fight with women and children - they cannot take this away.
At the same time, the militants suffered a huge defeat in the province of Hama. February 7 army entered the city of Karnaz, which for a long time was the nest of terrorists from Dzhebhat An-Nusra. The gangsters suffered heavy losses, destroyed their factory for the production of improvised explosive devices, many warehouses with weapons. The bandits tried to mine all the entrances to the city, but the sappers defused dozens of explosive devices.
In the province of Deir ez-Zor, armed bandits attempted to attack a water treatment plant located in the village of Zhazra. However, local residents prevented them and, having called the army, before its arrival, they themselves defended their village. Arriving soldiers eliminated the group.
While fighting was under Damascus and in other provinces in Syria, a summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation was held in Cairo, at which the situation in the SAR was discussed. Especially zealously against the country - the stronghold of resilience in the Middle East - was the so-called Egyptian President - tyrant-Islamist Mursi, who violently suppresses protests in his own country, but he would like to see “democracy” in his own words in Syria. He shed a whole lake of crocodile tears about how sorry the Syrian people, who have been suffering for months, have been for him, but at the same time he preferred to keep silent about what the Syrians really suffer from. He did not say a word about terrorist crimes, since he himself actively supports the so-called “Qatari coalition” associated with terrorist organizations, on the one hand, and with Washington, on the other.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki spoke in defense of Syria. The latter, in particular, said that his country itself had suffered greatly from foreign interference, and therefore strongly opposes such interference in the internal affairs of Syria.
The final resolution on Syria was agreed on for a very long time, due to the diametrically opposite positions of the parties. No matter how the anti-Syrian forces tried to push into it the demand for the resignation of the legitimate president Bashar Al-Assad - but as a result the document came out without this clause, but containing only general words about dialogue and reconciliation ...
The next storming of Damascus ended with a new zilch
- Elena Gromova, Damascus