March 20, 2014
The CIA’s “rebels” planted in Syria are losing and their mission to overthrow Bashar al-Assad is floundering.
The only source of video reportage comes from the Syrian government.
You won’t hear this on CNN or Fox News. Instead you’ll get the latest on the lost airplane that has dominated the news cycle for days.
Only the official enemies of the United States, the Axis of Evil, report what is really happening in Syria, as does the Syrian government.
From Iran’s FARS News Agency today:
The Syrian army achieved another great victory when soldiers advanced towards Ras el-Ein town East of Yabroud city, which was liberated on Friday.
Al-Manar reported that scores of militants have escaped the Syrian army in the place on Wednesday.
In the meantime, Syrian army on Wednesday repelled armed terrorist groups in several areas, inflicting them heavy losses.
CIA-Saudi mercenaries are on the run in other areas of the country:
Another military source said that units of the armed forces targeted terrorists’ gatherings in Aleppo and in its countryside in al-Sakhour, al-Shaar, Hanano, Bustan al-Qaser, in the surrounding of the Central Prison, the Industrial City, Handarat camp, Sheikh Zayat, Fifan, Kishish, Andan, Bani Zaid, Khan al-Assal, Orum, Azzan, al-Mansourah, Kafr Hamra, Kafr Aleppo, Dahret Abded-Rabbeh, Khan Touman, Kwairis, al-Jadideh and Rasem al-Abboud.
In order to approach objective reporting – and state-run media operations like FARS and Syrian government news cannot be classified as objective – CNN, The New York Times, Fox, etc., need to provide information disputing the above report.
Instead of The New York Times, we get Aljazeera, the news outfit funded by the government of Qatar, again hardly objective and independent:
The rebels were driven from al-Hosn in Homs province which the Syrian army surrounded, the medical
sources, who did not wish to be named, said. Syrian state television, meanwhile, reported its army had killed 11 “terrorists” trying to escape al-Hosn.
Earlier this week, Syrian troops seized control of Yabroud, another strategically important Lebanese border town, in the Qalamoun area.