Syrian Army units discovered a tunnel in the city of Adra unions Rural Damascus which ran the length of 500 meters at a depth of 11 meters. The tunnel were equipped with lighting and ventilation was used by terrorist gangs in their criminal operations against civilian, according to reports from SANA (Syrian News Agency).
During the operation a number of *US backed terrorists were killed and several wounded. Including a number of foreign fighters linked to the group ISIS (The Islamic State).
‘Adra (Arabic: عدرا) is a town in southern Syria, administratively part of the Rif Dimashq Governorate, located northeast of Damascus. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, the town had a population of 20,559 in the 2004 census, according to the Syrian Central Bureau of Statistics.
The Hujr ibn Adi Mosque is located in the town. Adra is the site of Syria’s largest industrial complex, located immediately east of the town. Adra is a city steeped in history. Adra is identified by with the Biblical town of “Hadrach” mentioned by Zechariah who noted the city, which was defended by Damascus, was condemned. Adra contains several graves of sahaba (“companions” of Islamic prophet Muhammad), including most notably that of Hujr ibn Adi.
Syrian Army units also destroyed tunnel complexes and supply lines in Deir al-Zour. Where evidence suggest the terrorist were using “forced labor” (women, children and old men) to construct them. A fact we have been unable to substantiate.
The terrorist were identified as Daash (aka: Islamic state). Also known as Islamic State of Syria and Iraq (ISIS).
Among the dead were also a number of foreign fighters killed who were later identified as Palestinian, according to seized documents on their persons.
According to one Syrian military source these fighters were possibly recruited from Palestinian refugee camps and trained in camps in Lebanon.
The source, which wished not to be identified stated that the Syrian Army intelligence units suspect there is a terrorist nexus between Daash and al- Nursa Front operating in Lebanon, Syria and the West Bank.
Recent twitter feeds indicate an affiliate of Daash called “League of Supporters” called for “DAASH sympathizers to post messages warning America not to carry out airstrikes against DAASH (aka: ISIS).
Oddly enough many of the fighter had fresh brand new US $100 dollar bills on them indicating somewhere along the line they were being paid in US currency? Currencies used in Palestine include the Jordanian dinar and the US Dollar.
The money could have also been “robbed by ISIS from banks in Iraq.”
The other possibility is that the money was part of US aid funds misappropriated by the Palestinian and used to pay terrorists fighters in cash.
The Syrian maintains the United States is paying terrorists FSA rebels who are affiliated with Daash and the al-Nursa front in cash. A fact the US Treasury Department refuses to admit or even discuss, because such an admission could prove that the US government is funding either directly or indirectly known terrorist groups in violation of international law.
When pressed for a list of serial numbers on the $100 dollar bill notes – the source declined to provide those – so we could possibly trace that currency to a central bank somewhere.
The Syrian Army would also not disclose the exact number of terrorists killed, but did indicate that 3 of its soldiers were killed and several wounded very badly during the operations in the Adra offensive. The names of these soldiers were not disclosed pending notification of relatives.
See video: US funding terrorists in Syria http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3wunzGveRM
See video: US funding terrorists organizations in Syria http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbIRGbeipbw
See video: US was responsible for training ISIS in Jordan http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhuo7-U7mOo
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