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Syria officially reveals data about foreign Intel officers in Aleppo

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…from Southfront

[ Editor’s Note: When I did my Debate Show yesterday at the studio, they caught me flatfooted about the Syrian Ambassador confirming the story of the 14 US coalition Intel officers in Aleppo, but not about the original story that they had been captured.

We may never know if the capture story was true or a psyop to sweat those trying to get them back. Our report from our own sources of a much larger number that appears to have gotten out, especially the large number of Turkish ones, which might have been key in getting Erdogan on board the three-way peace talks held today, with its strong closing statementJim W. Dean ]

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– First published  …  December 20,  2016

On December 19, Syrian ambassador to the UN, Bashar Jaafari, made a statement that 14 foreign intelligence officers were remaining inside the eastern part of Aleppo city and disclosed their alleged names and nationalities.

Mutaz Oglacan Oglu – Turkey
David Scott Winer – USA
David Shlomo Aram – Israel
Muhamad Tamimi – Qatar
Muhamad Ahmad Assabian – Saudi Arabia
Abd-el-Menham Fahd al Harij – Saudi Arabia
Islam Salam Ezzahran Al Hajlan – Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Ben Naoufel Al Darij – Saudi Arabia
Muhamad Hassan Al Sabihi – Saudi Arabia
Hamad Fahad Al Dousri – Saudi Arabia
Amjad Qassem Al Tiraoui – Jordan
Qassem Saad Al Shamry – Saudi Arabia
Ayman Qassem Al Thahalbi – Saudi Arabia
Mohamed Ech-Chafihi El Idrissi – Morocco

Jaafari said that the goal of the UN resolution on Aleppo is to allow these foreign officers to get a safe passage from this area. Last weekend, the same names appeared in reports, claiming that the Syrian Special Forces captured 14 foreign intelligence officers in Aleppo.

If true, this could lead to major diplomatic setbacks of the US-led block over the Syrian crisis. The international community cannot ingore facts of a direct support provided by some countries to terrorists in Syria.

There are also reports that the real numbers are much higher than just 14 (Veterans Today Dec.17):

“We have some confirmation on this from our own Syrian sources. The numbers are much higher than just the 14 names released by the Syrian MP via Facebook. That report of 14 officers might be a different group, as it had specific names.

My report has only the numbers and nationalities…and the news that they were not really “captured” but were allowed out as part of a deal between all parties involved. You see the Moroccans are missing in these numbers.

No. of American officers is 22
British 16
French 21
Israeli 7
Turkish 62

The list of 14 names leaked by a Syrian MP are not the real names of those officers, they are cover names; it is standard practice to use a fake ID when serving in a secret op. This is a leak that MSM is ignoring, as they have about all stories of captured foreign officers in Syria. But then Syria has been quiet, also.

From what we can see so far, getting these foreign officers out was rolled into the ceasefire/evacuation deal to get the jihadis out in order to prevent further Syrian casualties and more damage; furthermore, Syria and Russia just wanted to get it over with. The Russians have already moved for a full and immediate ceasefire and the start of all-party political talks.

Russia is determined to get all the involved parties to the table and get those talks going, therefore they were not going to let the capture of some officers screw things up. We will see what the reaction is to getting the talks going. After that we will be watching closely to see if TOW and MANPAD missiles show up on the battlefield soon as part of a new terrorist offensive.”

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8 Responses to "Syria officially reveals data about foreign Intel officers in Aleppo"

  1. JohnZ  December 21, 2016 at 6:51 am

    I am so ashamed of America and everything it stands for , which is war for profits. It’s too bad the Syrians didn’t have photos or videos of all those agents to distribute across the internet. That would have been my goal. Expose the lot of them and let the chips fall where they may.
    As the situation is Syria worsens for the west and hopefully enough people in the west will begin to speak out but that’s just a pipe dream. Americans are too stupid and too brainwashed to say anything. Besides they’ve all been bought off with gizmos, particularly cell phones that can make pancakes and rub their balls.
    America’s wars that have now continued for nearly two decades will continue further into the future and just as George Orwell predicted, never ending wars against an elusive enemy that changes in name only.
    America has always been at war with Eurasia!
    Even worse, America is looking more and more like the Orwellian military police state every day.
    Massive debt, unending wars, the decline of liberty and freedom and the rise of the police state are just a few of the signs of a nation on its way down.

  2. nawlins  December 21, 2016 at 6:41 am

    Plans within plans within plans…. It will take time to filter through all the layers of this smelly onion, and we may never get to the core before it is covered by new layers of smelly deception. The process is ongoing.

    • robert  December 21, 2016 at 12:54 pm

      Smelly onion indeed.

      With regard to the assassin of the Russian Ambassador by Turkish policeman named Altintas, it is interesting to try to establish exactly who he is?

      Altintas is “Sephardic” and that his name translates into “Goldstein.” If you type in the word “Gold,” and translate this into Turkish it comes out as “Altin.” Whether that means Antintas is, or was, indeed a Sephardic Jew I can’t say, but certainly the translation of the name could be a telling indicator. Interesting indeed in these times of clandestine politics.

  3. Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor  December 21, 2016 at 6:04 am

    The big call up for the reserves, which surprised me as I would have thought they had all been called up, is designed to use them for garrison and maintaining security in retake areas. The SAA also badly needs a pool to be able to rotate troops out of continuous combat duty, as that helps moral, and also is easier to recruit. What is also going on is a big long term effort between the Russian and Syrians in training, everything from the basics, to the high tech equipment to integrated command and control. What we are seeing is a developing new defense group to compete with NATO, but one that really is doing defensive work which the other pretends to do. And this one is not perfect either as it has Turkey in it who have been a major supporter of the terrorists. So welcome to an imperfect world.

  4. Andy Armavir  December 21, 2016 at 4:31 am

    Catch, interrogate, send to Siberia for 25 years.

  5. Jolanski  December 20, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    If the Russian and Syrian governments kill every one of those traitors to humanity, the American, English, European mercenaries, by hanging, rather than allow them freedom of passage, with their weapons, to re-group, continue their demonic war against an elected government, one could laud their stand.
    What sort of insanity allows one’s opponents space to re-arm, re-group, to further their war against humanity?
    “All’s fair and love and war!” is a relevant thought as we watch the ongoing attack on humanity, by America, and her Kazarian controlled puppets, England, Germany, France, Australia, whilst the mindless masses walk around, in psychotic delirium, wishing the world a merry Christmas.
    The human race has lost all vestige of sanity, as we worship the god of this evil place, whilst maliciously murdering any who stand against those running all wars.
    War is big business for the arms manufacturers, those who control the global banking cartels, and the citizens, all of us, are guilty of mass murder, as accessories before and after the fact.
    By the way, what we call Christmas is a pagan ceremony, as the Lord Jesus Christ was born in April, lambing season, not the middle of winter.
    No shepherd would have their flocks out in the bitter cold of winter, would they?

  6. Laura Green  December 20, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    Well done Russia !
    Now , what will happen now ? Expose full names and muzzles of all the murderers to the world, please . We have to see them.

    • JohnZ  December 21, 2016 at 6:52 am

      That’s what I would have done.

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