Syria. Mujahideen use IEA tactics and reject any help from U.S. and France
9 October 2012, 22:56
The Command of the Mujahideen of Jabhat al-Nusra reported that it were the Mujahideen of this Islamic movement organized and carried out a series of coordinated and resonance operations against key facilities of Alawites in the center of Aleppo (see map) on October 3, writes UmmaNews.
A Martyrdom attacks was carried out in the style of IEA Mujahiden: using car bombs and a group of men dressed in military uniforms.
The objectives of operation Destroying the Dens were the following facilities:
1. An Officer's Club in the Saadullaha al-Jabir Square (see map): considered one of the most important and largest centers of the Alawite army and the gang Shabiha. At the time of the attack on the compound, there were a large number of officers, and in front of the compound - military trucks and vehicles with mounted machine guns.
2. A tourist hotel in the Saadullaha al-Jabir Square: located in front of the square, few dozen meters from the Officer's Club. Alawites used the hotel as a headquarters of the military command of the operation in the city of Aleppo, and because of its strategic location and fortifications it was used for posting military gang units of Assad. All roads leading to the hotel were made into one huge road barrier and army checkpoints, guarding the entrance by the large number of Alawite soldiers, officers and members of the intelligence service.
3. A City Palace ("municipality"): skyscraper of 30 stories high, is the tallest building in the city. The building was used by a large number of Alawite snipers, and at the highest point - heavy machine gunners were located with which Assad's forces fired on Mujahideen-liberated territory. The palace has been converted into military barracks of the ruling regime.
4. A Hotel Amir: it was considered to be safe from armed clashes with open front area, more than 555 meters from the Saadullaha al-Jabir Square. The hotel consists of 25 floors and was used by the regime as a residence for employees at the headquarters of Alawite command, many snipers have been placed on top of the building.
The order of carrying out of operations:
At about 5:45 am a Mujahid Abu Hamza al-Shami, with a car bomb, blew up the officer's club and turned it into ruins and the wall fell on the heads of the enemies of Allah.
Two minutes after the first explosion, a martyrdom-seeking Mujahid Abu Suleiman al-Shami, with a car bomb, blew up a tourist hotel which was the tallest building in the city.
After the second explosion a group of Mujahideen Jabhat al-Nusra dressed in military uniform, consisting of three men: Abu Anas al-Shami, Abu Hafs al-Shami and Abu al-Dudjan Shami, launched an assault on surviving Alawites, bitter clashes ensued, which continued even after the third explosion.
At about 8:05 am, Mujahideen remotely detonated a car bomb parked near the main gate of the palace.
At 10:30 am a car bomb was detonated. The car was parked in front of the hotel Amir. It exploded as the Alawite bomb disposal unit was searching the cars in front of the hotel.
It is reported that martyrdom attacks were met with unanimous support by the inhabitants of Aleppo, in particular the attack on the City Palace. Local Muslims were saying loudly "Takbeer" (Allahu Akbar), giving praise to Allah and thanking Him.
Meanwhile, a video interview has been posted online with one of the commanders of the Islamic rebel brigades, who rejected assistance from the US, France or any other foreign countries.
It is to be recalled that a long time the West is trying to "get it done and dusted" by enlisting the support of Syrian Muslims, giving them aid and distributing weapons - the same thing is being done by the West-led Arab monarchs.
At the same time, CIA agents stationed on the border with Syria and Turkey, were making sure that weapons were only delivered in the hands of the opposition that is loyal to the US.
In an interview one of the Islamic commanders named Abu Musab highlighted the position of the armed groups and the ongoing battles against the Alawites, appealed to the Islamic Ummah and the so-called international community in the face of America - he stressed that the Syrian Mujahideen do not expect anyone's help and support, but only support from Allah.