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The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 6:18 pm

45 minutes President Bashar Al-Assad interview with Barbara Walters from ABC News on 07-12-2011

watch the whole meeting 45 minutes without Editing President Bashar Al-Assad interview with Barbara Walters from ABC News on 07-12-2011
The full interview, which was obfuscated to hide the reality of what the President Bashar
al-Assad talked with Barbara Walters ABC Channel broadcaster
NOW we present the FULL interview of President Bashar Al-Assad with Barbara Walters.
Please share this video to reach the fact to the whole world.

The last question was hiding so much TRUTH that she already knows about the fact of the United States
destroying peace and prosperity in the Middle East region.
Bashar Al Assad is the greatest and the most supported president by his own people in the world at this
moment!!

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Re: The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 9:28 pm

Syrian Girl - Why Al Qaeda is Al CIAda

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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Superstar » Thu Feb 23, 2012 5:07 pm

How can you listen to people who revere a Paedophile.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 6:36 pm

Iran to conduct joint exercises with Syria?

An Iranian flotilla has arrived in a Syrian port to provide maritime training to the country’s navy, media reports. It’s only the second time Iranian warships have sailed through the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean.

The ships have docked in the Syrian port of Tartus some 220 kilometres from the capital. They are due to take part in a joint training exercise with Syrian navy which was organised last year, the Mehr News Agency reports. Syria is the only country in the region which has an agreement on naval cooperation with Iran.

The flotilla belongs to Iran’s 18th fleet and comprises the destroyer Shahid Naqdi and supply ship Khark. Admiral Habibollah Sayari confirmed “for the second time since the Islamic revolution,” its ships passed through the Suez Canal.

Sayari added that the mission was intended to show Tehran's "might" and take a "message of peace and friendship" to the region.

Meanwhile, Iran’s old foe, Israel, is keeping a close eye on the situation.

"We will closely monitor the movement of the two ships to ensure they do not approach the Israeli coast," an Israeli official is quoted by AFP.

Iranian ships passed through the canal for the first time exactly a year ago.

On February 17, 2011, Iran sent its warships to the Mediterranean for a similar training mission with Syria as a part of its campaign to gain "hegemony and control" over the Middle East. Israeli officials called that move a “provocation.”

The Suez Canal allows shipping to pass from the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean without going around the southern tip of Africa.

http://rt.com/news/iran-syria-suez-mari ... ining-667/

Russian Navy to base warships at Syrian port after 2012

Russia's naval supply and maintenance site near Syria's Mediterranean port of Tartus will be modernized to accommodate heavy warships after 2012, the Russian Navy chief said on Monday.

"Tartus will be developed as a naval base. The first stage of development and modernization will be completed in 2012," Adm. Vladimir Vysotsky said, adding it could then serve as a base for guided-missile cruisers and even aircraft carriers.
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http://en.rian.ru/russia/20100802/160041427.html
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 6:46 pm

Roadside bomb kills officer, injures three in Syria’s Homs

A law enforcement officer has been killed and three others injured in a roadside bomb explosion in the restive Syrian city of Homs.

According to Syrian sources, the roadside bomb went off on a highway on Wednesday as a group of law enforcement officers were inspecting the site of an earlier explosion in the area.

Two Western journalists have been killed in Homs after shells hit the makeshift media center in the Baba Amr area of the city, opposition activists reported.

The two journalists were named as Marie Colvin, an American Sunday Times reporter, and Remi Ochlik, a French photographer.

Several other people were also killed and at least three foreign journalists were wounded in the attack.

Armed groups fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have been carrying out terrorist operations targeting civilians and security personnel in Homs over the past weeks with residents of the city trapped inside and running out of basic necessities.

The International Committee of the Red Cross has called for a daily two-hour ceasefire to provide aid to the worst affected areas and get civilians out, but there was no response from the armed groups.

The Syrian interior ministry has expressed determination to end the terrorist acts across the country, especially in Homs.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March 2011. The violence has claimed the lives of hundreds, reportedly including over 2,000 security forces.

Damascus blames ‘outlaws, saboteurs, and armed terrorist groups’ for the unrest, asserting that it is being orchestrated from abroad.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/228028.html
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 6:57 pm

US to pump weapons into Syrian warzone?



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David762 February 22, 2012, 19:16
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Is anyone truly surprised? We have an alliance of 3 radical religious fundamentalist governments. the Zionist Christian USA, the Zionist Jewish Israel, and the Wah'habist Moslem Saudi Arabia seeking to destabilize yet another generally secular Moslem nation through violent regime change. This is not about "bringing democracy" to any country. Al-Queda isn't interested in "democracy" either -- that's not what they were created for, or used for, just like the USA's "non-military" military contractors that have been "left behind" behind the "evacuation" of military forces. ------------
Fomenting chaos in the governments of nations in the periphery, behind the current focal point of "kinetic actions" against Iran, provides a means of neutralizing independent governments that might offer an anti-Western alliance with Iran. Thus isolated, the Iranians would stand alone militarily, since neither Russia nor China are thought to be willing to help Iran fight off Western aggression -- nobody "wants" a nuclear war which everyone would lose except for the Globalists / International Banksters. For the banksters, depopulating the planet by 90 - 95% is merely part of their agenda. ------------ a global nuclear conflagration works as well for them as genetically modified organisms or poisonous pharmaceuticals, only quicker. --------------

Evil perpetrated by a nominally democratic government, a world "super-power" only because of it's ability to destroy the entire planet 300x over, gets a "free pass" to do whatever they want -- not only because of that military power but also because they are bat-$h^te crazy with ambition to control the entire world, regardless of the means used. The USA has become, by definition, a rogue state too dangerous to be left to it's own greedy aspirations.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 7:08 pm

Frontier front: Syrian rebels trapped near Turkey

Syrian frontier guards are battling militants who have infiltrated from Turkey, as the army deploys troops to quash hostile forces trapped in the mountains. The clashes highlight claims outside forces are actively fueling the conflict in Syria.
­North to the Syrian city of Aleppo (340 kilometers from Damascus) frontier guards have eliminated several subversives, captured some and sent others fleeing when a group of militants made an attempt to infiltrate the country from Turkey, reports ITAR-TASS news agency.

Troop reinforcements are being brought to Idlib province on the Syrian-Turkish border to crush rebels from the so-called Free Syrian Army located in El Baida settlement, some 30 kilometers from the Turkish border. Syrian Arab news agency (SANA) reports that servicemen captured five dangerous terrorists, including one high on the wanted list, Muhammed Suleiman.

These bandits were known for their brazen crimes, the report says. They blocked roads to kill soldiers and officers of Syrian army, kidnapped people for ransom, and attacked food and fuel convoys.

The latest assault by insurgents who have crossed the border from Turkey follows a litany of accusations directed at several foreign powers, specifically Ankara, in arming and directing the Syrian opposition.

On Tuesday, Jordan-based AlBawaba news website reported over 10,000 Libyans were being trained in a closed-off zone in Jordan before being sent off to Syria to fight alongside the opposition.

The site also claimed Saudi Arabia and Qatar were paying the anti-Gaddafi mercenaries US$1,000 a month to take up arms against Assad.

Concurrently, several Iranian news sources report that some 50 Turkish officers detained in Syria admitted to being trained by Israeli Special Forces to help destabilize the Syrian regime.

In December, FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds said American and NATO forces had been training Syrian rebels in southeastern Turkish city of Hakkari since May of last year, Press TV reported.

Edmonds further stated US was actively smuggling arms into Syria from Incirlik military base in Turkey, as well as financing Syrian rebels.

The previous month, Russia’s Kommersant daily had also reported on operations being directed from Turkish territory.

While many of those reports remain unsubstantiated, the fact that the Syrian National Council (SNC) was itself formed in Istanbul in August of last year only highlights Turkey’s role in the conflict.

Dr. Marcus Papadopoulos, a political analyst from Britain's Politics First online magazine, told RT how the Western interests are executed via the SNC.

“They [the SNC] supply the Western governments and media with information – damning information, in their opinion, – on President Assad and his government. The Western objective is the regime change and that is the main role of the SNC. A lot of caution should be attached to them.”

Turkey’s zero-tolerance policy towards Syria has only furthered speculation that a quid pro quo relationship with Washington seeks to establish Turkey’s place as a leading regional power.

But Dr. Papadopoulos believes that foreign meddling in Syria could lead to grave consequences for the entire region.

“Any conflict in the Middle East has the potential to turn the entire region into a vast firestorm. The fact that the American and British governments are implicitly encouraging the Syrian opposition is only making things worse in Syria and is only resulting in more casualties and tragedies.”

http://rt.com/news/syria-rebels-defeated-arms-029/
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby Superstar » Fri Feb 24, 2012 8:42 pm

Russians pump weapons to to support war criminal Assad who some members on this forum support in the murder of innocent civillians.
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Sat Feb 25, 2012 7:23 pm

Thousands of pro-Bashar al-Assad supporters have taken to the streets of Damascus to demonstrate against the Arab League's suspension of Syria.



UK Foreign Secretary William Hague has announced today at the fluffily named “Friends of Syria” conference, that Britain will only recognise the anti-Assad side of the conflict, as “legitimate representatives” of the country’s people [1]; meaning hundreds of thousands of citizens loyal to the Assad Government will now be ignored and effectively treated as enemy combatants – typical of the biased reporting so far. Hague fails to address evidence that members of the opposition include Al Qaeda terrorists, that armed rebels are covertly directed by Western forces, and suspicions of CIA death squads deliberately used for destabilization.

Since the beginning of the violence, Western media have been reluctant to report any deaths at the hands of the armed rebels, preferring to call them activists or opposition, and anyone loyal to Assad part of the “regime” or “Assad’s forces”.

In fact the West is going directly to the opposition for death statistics, which is only going to produce a biased conclusion...

http://wideshut.co.uk/uk-recognise-syri ... pposition/
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Re: The war against Syria

Postby yialousa1971 » Fri Mar 02, 2012 9:43 pm

Syrian army takes full control of terrorist stronghold in Homs

Syrian army has taken full control of a key terrorist stronghold in the central city of Homs after more than three weeks of clashes, forcing the anti-government forces to pull out of the area.

Officials said the soldiers took control of the Baba Amr district of Homs on Thursday after they defeated the last pockets of armed gangs in the neighborhood and forced them to flee the area.

The main anti-government group, the Free Syrian Army confirmed the news, but claimed to have pulled out of the district in a "tactical" move.

The takeover comes two days after the Syrian armed gangs admitted that they have received weapons from the United States and France.

Earlier a number of Western and Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia and Qatar, had supported the idea of sending weapons and financial aid to armed groups in Syria, who have been fighting against the government since March last year.

The move came despite efforts made by the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad government for implementing reforms with the aim of ending unrest which has been plaguing the country for several months.

The Syrian government has recently endorsed a new draft constitution that was approved by nearly 90 percent of eligible voters in a Sunday referendum.

The new constitution excludes Article 8, which declared the ruling Baath Party as the “leader of the state and society,” and also establishes a multiparty system in Syria and limits the presidential term to two seven-year periods.

Despite Western and Arab pressure on Assad's government to step down, Russia has continued calling for the resolution of Syrian crisis through dialogue.

At a meeting of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on Tuesday, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov reaffirmed that Russian diplomacy has been working and will continue to work to resolve the Syrian crisis.

"Today it is clear that aims to instill democracy through force are doomed to disaster and achieve the opposite. What is important today is that we do not allow for a full scale civil war in Syria," Galitov said.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/229441.html
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