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Syria: Liberation of Homs is Imminent


Syria: Liberation of Homs is imminent.

The process of the full liberation of the Syrian megacity of Homs of the foreign-backed terrorist groups, supported by Israel, NATO- and GCC-states, operating under the umbrella brands such as “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and Al Qaida, has made significant progress in recent days.

Due to the numerous attempts by the Syrian government to persuade the terrorist groups that they better give up, it takes a little bit longer than expected, but the successes of the Syrian army are now so clear to see that even the Zionist-Wahhabi terrorist-propaganda of NATO and GCC states no longer deny that the complete defeat of the terrorist gangs, which are operating in the Syrian city of Homs, is imminent and happens in a very near future.

Not even two years ago, the terrorists and their supporters have called the city of Homs the “capital of the revolution” and they also demonstrated on countless maps that these terrorist would almost dominate the entire city in Syria.

Bun in Mai this year, it was documented by the use of maps in this blog (link) how the territory in Homs, which has been under control of the terrorist groups, continued to shrink since then, so that in May this year, only a little less than one times two kilometres large area in the northern centre of Homs finally remained under the control of the terrorist groups.

Moreover, this area even had the shape of an hourglass, with a bottleneck in the middle, consisting of the Khalid Ibn Walid Mosque, which has seriously hampered the terrorist groups in their mobility in the territory that was still controlled by them.

On Saturday, the Syrian Arab army (SAA) has now freed the Khalid Ibn Walid Mosque from the hands of terrorists and the Syrian army announced today, that their units have also liberated the district of al-Khalidiya, located in the north of the Khalid Ibn Walid Mosque, from the hands of the terrorists. Currently, the Syrian army scours the areas in the north of the Khalid Ibn Walid Mosque in Homs, in order to detect all the scattered and stashing terrorists in this area.

What is left for the terrorists in terms of territory in Homs is finally a small, a few 100 x 100 meters big pocket (in its military sense) in the centre of Homs, located in the north of the citadel. The pocket (military sense) is so small that it is no more represents a military challenge for the Syrian army.

In case when the crushing of the pocket will still last a bit, then it might be the reason that the Syrian government once again tried to convince a huge number of the terrorists to finally give up while they are facing their hopeless struggle, in order to avoid unnecessary bloodshed before they start to crush the terrorist pocket in the centre of Homs.

The upcoming complete liberation of the city of Homs allows a preview of how the Syrian army will continue the further liberation of Syria from the terrorism. After the full liberation of the city of Homs, the Syrian army is likely to initially focus its activities in the region on the whole liberation of the province of Homs from terrorism – there is practically only the “terrorists bag”, consisting of the triangle Talbiseh – Rastan – Husn, with its centre Houla, to free from the terrorism.

Afterwards, the Syrian army has the possiblities from a complete liberated province of Homs to go in all directions and to use the vacated army units after the battles in Homs in another anti-terror fight in other regions of Syria.

In the north of Syria, for example, the Syrian army could deal with the situation to free the highway from Hama over Maarat Al Numan and Saraquib to Idlib (Idleb) and Aleppo from the terrorism and thereby to create new supply routes to Idlib and Aleppo and on the other hand to draw a large circle around the area of Jabal Al-Zawiha with its centre Kafranbel, which is tenacious occupied by the terrorists, and then to tighten the army circle step by step until the moment when the terrorism in the terrorist stronghold of Jabal Al-Zawiha is defeated.

Another way to further advance in the north would be to send a lot of the army units, which have gained a lot of experience in urban warfare in Homs, directly into the city of Aleppo in order to reduce the terrorist-controlled urban area, in the same way as the army has succeeded in Homs, step by step until the complete victory above the terrorism in the city of Aleppo has been achieved.

Another option is to send the now freed-up units of the Syrian army after the victory of the forces in Homs from Homs directly to the south and to use them initially for the support of the anti-terrorist struggle in the countryside of Damascus.

Here, the task of the army would be to first eliminate the terrorists in the entire countryside of Damascus, especially on the axis Jobar – Qabun – Barzeh – Harasta – Douma (Duma) in the north of the Syrian capital, and then, after a possible faster to achieve victory there by the use of reinforcements, to continue the anti-terror fight in all directions when the troops are vacant and the linked Midwestern area of Damascus (Damaskus – Homs – Tartous – Lattakia) is completely liberated – for example, to the south of Syria in order to protect the borders to Israel and Jordan, to the east of Syria in order to liberate the Euphrates and the oil fields there, or to the north to forward the liberation of the Syrian provinces of Idlib (Idleb) and Aleppo.

Whatever the Syrian army will decide, it is already a fact that the victory of the army in Homs is a serious blow to the terrorists and their supporters, and that the Syrian army after the liberation of Homs has a number of different possibilities of a continuation of the promising anti-terror fight.

It can be assumed that the Syrian army after the liberation of the province of Homs will continue its anti-terror fight under the focus of sociological aspects and to liberate those areas first, where the population is already completely pissed of the rule of the terrorists and where the population is accordingly willing to set up the so-called neighbourhood guards that cooperate with the units of the Syrian army in order to prevent another incursion of the terrorists in those then liberated areas.

Source: nocheinparteibuch

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  1. Arklight

    The neighborhood guards would be, de jure, the militia, drawn directly from the Roman example of militares, or a civilian armed guard force which protected the people against thugs and other undesirables, as contrasted with the belares, which were the regular army, and prohibited entry into the city as cohesive units. Since the term ‘militia’ has been so dreadfully abused over the past 30 years or so, the State militias, here, have been mostly re-designated as State Defense Forces, which have no connection with either the Army nor National Guard (which has been turned into a misnamed Army/Air Force Reserve, not under control of the individual States. There are a few States, here, that haven’t shied away from the word ‘militia’, such as Alaska, but they’re rather in the minority. Anyway, these home guard units are a good idea. It would be very good to clear all of the rats out of the cities, recover all of western Syria and get the roads opened. Aleppo seems to be the key, as soon as Damascus is ready for the folks to come back home. Well done, SAA! Keep on with the rat killin’.


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