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Default Saudi backed terrorist killed in Syria - 12-25-2015, 09:42 PM

Saudi backed Wahabi ("Salafi") terrorist, Zahran Alloush has been killed in a Syrian airforce bombing of a meeting he held. Lots of other senior Salafist commanders were killed in that meeting too.



Saudi-backed Salafi terrorist Zahran Alloush.

News link: http://www.theguardian.com/world/201...lled-airstrike


The Saudi war against Syria is collapsing.

Alloush was the Salafi who:

- Had Alawite women put in cages, driven around and filmed to use as human shields.

- Threatened Shia and Alawi Syrians, people who his masters in Saudi Arabia wanted to make him ruler over. The question is did the Saudis want him to physically exterminate them?




Alawite women put in a cage by Saudi-backed Salafi terrorist, Zahran Alloush.



Zahran Alloush and his so-called "Jaysh al Islam" (army of Islam, though Islam is free of his evil i.e. it has nothing to do with true Islam) were part of the "moderate rebels" glorified by the western media.

This is another sad event in the last couple of days for the likes of Shamlawar Khurasani (radical Salafi) and Luffy ("History of Pashtuns) who are probably still angry that the Saudis have decided not to kill a Sri Lankan woman for alleged adultery.






Saudi reaction?

It will be interesting to see how the Wahabi terrorist state of Saudi Arabia reacts to this as according to many Alloush was the most important puppet of theirs in Syria, the man whom they wanted to replace Assad.



High level Saudi terrorist and war criminal, Adil Jubair, the "foreign minister" of Saudi Arabia.



War criminal, Ibn Salman, probably the no.2 most important person in Saudi, though technically he is no.3.




War criminal and mass murderer, Salman ibn Abdul Aziz, the current chief of the Al-Saud tribe and so-called "King".


Here are some comments from the internet:

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That Mother f*cker is now gone.. How he was allowed to breaths so much oxygen over a 5 year period is beyond me... Sources say Syrian intelligence managed to infiltrate his group and provided his location.. He was not the only one killed in the strike.. Other wannabe top dogs were also crushed!!!


Victory for the Syrian people is near!!!
Iran military forum, War in Syria thread.

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I don't care who did it or how it was done, the Syrian people suffered so much because of this bvstard & after 5 years of struggling; the Syrian people have a reason to celebrate. I'm not Syrian but I cannot contain my happiness!

The Syrian people should rub this in the face of those filth he preaches to. Where are the fireworks & celebrations!

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Indeed, their structure is not centralized but this retard Alloush was the glue that held a lot of other retard groups together... He had the charisma to attract many low-life jihadi wannabe idiots.. What will happen next is a fight among the rats over who will become the next top dog.. That alone, will kill many...

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I would just like to add that the sponsors of terrorist often pick someone they can control (Alloush was Saudi's man) & supply only through him. This fvcker was their investment for 5 years.

Through Alloush, Saudi Arabia turned the rats into an organized army.

Now Jaysh Al Islam will not only suffer from internal rivalry but until a stable leader emerges; I don't think the sponsors will pour much in.

Remember those days when we used to complain because the rebels/terrorist were looking more like a professional army by the day in contrast to the NDF. Well this man was the reason. Hopefully now, that professional army will disintegrate into tiny loosely knit pockets of fighters/factions. If this happens, then it'll be even easier for Russia & the Resistance Axis to eliminate them because small groups of fighters eventually join ISIS & then the West & Turkey cannot cover them politically by claiming that they're 'moderate rebels'.

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Zahran Alloush was Saudi nr.1 man in Syria, while many other terrorist commanders are close to Turks and Qataris, this man was the House of Saud's preferred successor to Bashar Assad. With help of Prince Bendar he united more than 100 different Salafist groups under his command. He was also known as the most brutal terrorist commander in all of Syria, even Daesh look mild compared to him. And he was the de facto ruler of the East Ghouta region for the last 4 years.

His death is one of the biggest blows to Saudi influence in Syria.
All from Iran military forum (link provided above).






There are many other comments on different forums and facebook pages.

However the most important thing to remember is the Saudis are in trouble.

- Losing in Yemen.

- Losing in Syria.

- Losing in Iraq.

- Losing support from mercenary ally, Pakistan.

- Losing billions in lower oil prices.

- Losing billions to Egypt (whom they recently gave $8 billion to) which supports Russia and Syria.


Hopefully the Saudi regime will be removed in a few years and defeated alongside Salafis (Wahabis), "Muslim" Brotherhood and other similar fanatics.


What will the Saudis do now that their main man in Syria has been eliminated?


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Shukran ya Masr!!!

Thanks to Egypt for supporting Bangladesh against Pakistani harassment and support for terrorists and war criminals!!

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Default 12-26-2015, 11:16 AM

Claims that Alloush's supposed successor Abu Hammam Buwydani has been killed by Syrian government forces:



New leader of Saudi backed terrorist organization, Buwydani, alleged to have been killed by security forces.

A sad day for Saudis, Salafis (Wahabis), Taliban-supporters and all other sorts of terrorists and supporters of terrorism as the Saudi war on Syria is collapsing in front of our eyes.


The Russian intervention in Syria is changing everything.





Putin to Medvev: "Those primitive sand gypsies in Saudi were threatening us with terrorism".

Medvev: "I know....little did they know we would eliminate a terrorist, chief of an army in war they had wasted billions on....lol"


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