FIRST POST – JUNE 8, 2013 – SYRIAN ARMY WIPES OUT LAST VESTIGE NATO’S RATS IN HOMS; IT’S OVER, FOLKS; NORTH ALEPPO EXPLODING; RAT-STATS AND NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD; WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT

EAST AL-BUWAIDHA IS LIBERATED AND SECURE.  RATS TRAPPED BY ENVELOPING ARMED FORCES; 238 DEAD RODENTS IN AL-BUWAIDHA WITH 395 PRISONERS IN DEVASTATING, IRRECOVERABLE LOSS TO SCARAB LEAGUE TRAITORS.  

Syrian soldiers pose for the camera in an affirmation of their victory over NATO terrorist rats. 
In another professionally perfect assault on mercenary rat positions at the town of East Al-Buwaidha, the Syrian army has completely rid the Homs-Lebanon area of plague-carrying vermin. Both Wael and Monzer sent messages last night indicating clearly that the fall-back positions of the FSA and its Al-Qaeda allies fell down as quickly as they were put up.  Wael says that more militia fighters are pouring in to the area in order to free the SAA for other action around the country.  Tanks are being loaded on to transport trucks in the hundreds while tankers continue to fuel the machines which will eventually lead to the complete extermination of the rodent menace.

 Soldiers loyal to the Syrian regime gesture while on their military vehicle in the village of Debaa near Qusair, after the Syrian army took control of the village from rebel fighters June 7, 2013. REUTERS/Rami Bleible 
Syrian Army soldiers hitch a ride and wave to a Reuters photographer as they prepare to head north to Aleppo. 

Besides Al-Buwaidha’s fall as the last bastion of the terrorist mercenaries, the SAA and militia also liberated Al-Husayniyya, East Al-Dumayna, Al-Mas’oodiyya and Al-Saalihiyya.  There are no other villages to clean up.  Without these resting points, efforts to smuggle weapons in to Syria shall be futile.  The FSA is now stranded in northern Lebanon without any hope of accessing new routes.  This is why Saleem Idrees has begun threatening a campaign against Hizbollah in Lebanon; he has nothing else to do.

BELGIAN TELEVISION SHOWS VIDEO OF DUTCH TERRORISTS BEHEADING AN ELDERLY SHI’I MAN IN SYRIA.  To the disgust of European viewers who pride themselves on civility and good taste,  Belgian television regaled its audience with a tape of Flemish-speaking youth cutting the head off a living human being.  Quite a sight, I understand and one that ought to awaken Europeans to the ugly fact that their efforts to unseat a legitimate government in Syria will ultimately lead to the return of these savages to Europe’s shores.  Don’t blame Dr. Assad.  Blame yourselves for this abomination!!








IDLIB:
At the Binnish Crossroads near Ma’arratmassreen, 6 rat snipers were killed:
Habeeb ‘Ali Saadeq
Najeeb Al-Mahmoudi
The other 4 had no identification on them and are presumed to be foreign.  Their facial features were reported to be non-Syrian.
Jabal Al-Arba’een:  A firefight ended with the rats losing 7 of their litter-mates:
Mumtaaz Kujaashi
Ma’an ‘Abdul-Salaam
‘Umraan Al-Sa’adi
The others remain unidentified.
Kafr Roomaa:  3 dead rats and 6 prisoners.  No details.
Al-Haas:  A firefight after a tunnel was uncovered.  Many rat deaths but no details.
Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan:  Confirmed 12 rat cacasses added to the fertilizer strewn about this town’s countryside.  Wael was promised a list but did not receive it.
DAYR EL-ZOR:
Al-Muree’iyya:  Almost completely liberated but still has die-hard Salafist elements here.  Some fighting but no details.
Al-Hameediyya:  SAA killed the following from the “Falcons of ‘Ali Brigades” (yawn):
Muhammad Khaleel Al-‘Eesa
Saaber Al-Buhussayn
‘Ali Al-Dhaw
Shaykh Yaaseen:  4 rats.  No details.

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ALEPPO:
Lots of news developing but the Syrian High Command has put a news blackout in place as massive military movements take place.  I wish I could give you more right now.  
AQ Saleh Main Nusra Front Commander Killed in Aleppo by SAA
We reported the death of this rat, ‘Abdul-Qaader Saaleh (a/k/a “Al-Haajj Maari’“) yesterday.  Here’s a photo of him smiling after being told he’d be feeding Cerberus some doggy biscuits in Hell.  
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NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD:

Enjoy Finian Cunningham’s somewhat sarcastic view of French and British efforts to tie Sarin gas to the Syrian government.  Pretty good stuff and a must-read for propaganda fanatics:

http://nsnbc.me/2013/06/08/syria%C2%B4s-chemical-weapons-use-french-fable-in-face-of-qusayr-defeat/

Laughter is wonderful and this article is full of so much American silliness that you can’t help but explode.  Enjoy:

http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/06/07/3439601/analysts-foreign-militant-islamists.html 

Some of you might find this drivel about EU-terrorists interesting:

McCain is in the news again: this time it’s about some Zionist organization sending him to Syria.  Oh, boy. This senile, Alzheimer’s patient really needs to get to a clinic:

One of our reader’s from the Netherlands sends this game of “COUNT THE FLATBEDS”.  I showed this tape before, but it’s fun to look at all the machine guns mounted on trucks now used by the SAA. THANK YOU, PRINCE FATSO!
Interesting article sent by Indo-Canadian about a man I’d heard of in previous conversations.  We must be careful, however, because the source is very suspicious:

http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/syria-after-qusayr-regime-eyes-aleppo

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:

Mikhas sends this collage of Wile E. Coyote moments.  Enjoy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ebIMURJqab8

FIRST POST - JUNE 8, 2013 - SYRIAN ARMY WIPES OUT LAST VESTIGE NATO'S RATS IN HOMS; IT'S OVER, FOLKS; NORTH ALEPPO EXPLODING; RAT-STATS AND NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD; WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT by
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Muhahahahahahaa…. I love this site. Kill em all!! Let not a single one live. And at the end of this we will show the world the filth they supported.

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Thank you. And stay in contact. Ziad

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“A senior British official perhaps gave the game away when he told media: ‘Are we confident in our means of collection, and are we confident that it points to the regime’s use of sarin? Yes. Can we prove it with 100 per cent certainty? Probably not.’” I’ve seen this play before and it has a sorry ending. This nonsense over Sarin reminds me of the BS put out about Saddam attempting to buy Yellow cake from Niger in the propaganda offensive before the Anglo-US invasion of Iraq. We even have the same bad actors. What made that old claim ridiculous… Read more »
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The Yellow Cake fiasco was so embarrassing. What these regimes will do defies belief. Ziad

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One of our reader’s from the Netherlands sends this game of “COUNT THE FLATBEDS”.

Yeah, in all these photos and videos these troops really do look “defeated” and “demoralized”, as Chuck Krauthammer claimed last night on the Fox News All Stars (of David).

Ziad,

Just for general information the reason for Krauthammer’s confinement to a wheelchair came about from a diving board accident back in his school years. While I have a certain degree of compassion for him over this it still doesn’t change my view that he is one evil SOB. He is one of the nastiest of the neocons.

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Ryan: the Henry Jackson Society (bamed after Senater Henry “Scoop” Jackson) in the UK is the channel into the U.S. for the neo cons I think. They share some of the same networks as their American neocon counterparts. Britain’s Foreign Minister William Hague has been referred to as a “neocon.” The Henry Jackson Society promotes “regime change” in Syria and Iran and is “pro-Israel” in its policies towards the Middle East (a British-created racist term for the region). Daniel Pipes has connections to the Henry Jackson Society (via EDL) as well as probably Krauthammer. They also are behind creating Islamophobia… Read more »
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Varangian,

I think you are right. I’ve heard of this society. I didn’t know it was out of Britain. The late “Senator from Boeing” has quite an internationalist following, so this explains Hague’s actions of the presence and the past like Libya. All these neocons work together through a network of front groups, some with only an Internet address. I guess we could call them the Neocon Cyber Comintern.

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His bitterness shows in his complete hatred of Arabs. He is a bigot, through and through. Ziad

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Such fantastic news… Even though I’m in Greece, this fills me with hope every day. I have two questions, if you can answer them: -we have come to a situation where the wise guys in the “Great Nations” of the West have made the Hezbollah appear moderate (O tempora, O mores). When this war ends, what assurances are there that the Hezbollah fighters will retreat and live Syria live its life?-I have read a few reports indicating massive tank losses. Do you have any figures? I guess these “tank losses” include not only tanks but also APCs and everything with… Read more »
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The unit on the right is a ZSU 23- 4…..Syria has around 800Many were deployed in cities and key installations as Point defense units.More and more they are being used now during offensive operations.the quad guns are devastating fire power vs static contact positions.they are more flexible to keep firepower on movement….vs a tank. Some of the destroyed Syrian armor which is BBC type propaganda were destroyed by Syrian defense forces.The Rats had access to capable NATO ATGM’s which can knock out tanks with reactive armor.still….some old Syrian T 62’s see combat and get hit by multiple RPG’s,and keep going.… Read more »
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AnonymousJune 8, 2013 at 9:29 AM

“-we have come to a situation where the wise guys in the “Great Nations” of the West have made the Hezbollah appear moderate (O tempora, O mores). When this war ends, what assurances are there that the Hezbollah fighters will retreat and live Syria live its life?”

Are you seriously implying a Hezbollah take over of Syria? Since you’re a Brit, I’ll assume you’re one of the Jewish sayanim regulars from notthetalk.com or hurryupharry.org, both of which are gathering spots for Israel’s bs squad spamming the web.

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Er… obviously you have some difficulty reading, so let me help you here:

-I’m Greek, I say so in the opening of the post. Have as much hate for the colonial GB as pretty much everyone else.
-did I say Hezbollah will “take over”? But this doesn’t mean it will not try to play some kind of role.

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shut up greek an learn something about bilad al-sham already.
hezbollah will be forced to fight with syria, otherwise they will loose 90% of the power they have now (in all of lebanon).

so unless their leadership is stupid enough to work for iran, hezbollah is practically part of the syrian armed forces.

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Ohhh look, an idiot who can’t even read and understand what one writes!

Kudos, you racist pig, you made my evening 😀 Now go back and read exactly what I asked, and not what you think I did…

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Hizbollah and Syria are very tight politically. In any case, Lebanese fighters are always welcome to stay in Syria, if they wish. Lebanon is just a part of Syria, really and we speak the same Arabic. And don’t be so nasty, Sown on the Path. Our Greek friend is merely being inquisitive. Ziad

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Thanks for a sensible reply. I’m not really aware of the politics of Hezbollah vis-a-vis Syria, since it hasn’t played in the media before – I always read about Hezbollah in other contexts.

I guess it’s a more or less detail for now, but if things go well (and it seems they are), I’m worried about the future stability of Syria, given that, down the road, it may not be so impossible for the US & co to try something again.

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Everyday brings good news. Thanks for this blog, much thanks! 🙂

Wile E. Coyote?: http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a85_1370696875

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Thanks so much for the Wile E. Coyote posts. Everybody loves them. Keep’em coming. Ziad

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Yes, thanks for your time.

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You are very welcome. Ziad

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Ziad, you’re gonna love this. But I’m not sure if you will publish it :P… Enjoy.

http://trutube.tv/video/8427/Syrian-Army-Mocking-Dead-Terrorist

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It is a little vulgar and not consistent with our style. However, those who want to practice Syrian curse words are encouraged to watch this video of a Syrian soldier cursing rat carcasses around the area of Al-Qusayr. He has a Damascene accent and pulls no punches. Good and funny. Ziad

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Ziad Fadel I’m curious about your opinion of this article, especially the BBC map reproduced there on who occupies what in Syria (if you you don’t mind and have the time, I mean): Syria: Hizbullah’s Involvement Is Limited http://www.moonofalabama.org/2013/06/syria-hizbullahs-involvement-is-limited.html#more The author of the article relies a lot upon the Jewish zionist sided media, and seems to think the terrorists still hold substantial territory and are not quite yet in full retreat, especially around Homs. Quite a bit at variance from what I gather reading here. The article, to me, seems to be repeating zionist propaganda intermixed with intelligent analysis. What… Read more »
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Pure nonsense. Even the Zionists are now questioning all the false intelligence that they have had to digest over the last few months. The map is very misleading and the analysis is false. Ziad

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Thanks, I appreciate you taking the time to look it over. My impression of it is pretty much the same.

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Ziad, As someone familiar with Syria and Baathism, do you suspect now there will be a revival of Syrian nationalism as opposed to Arab nationlism? Here are points to consider:1. Syria was expelled by the Arab league2. The enemies of Syria are Islamic fundamentalists, supported by Arab states3. Islam is a form of religious nationalism, so muslims must choose between siding with their co-religionists or their countrymen4. Arabism may be secular, but it relies on the imperialist, colonialist and supremacist history of Islamic conquests (there would be no Arab world today without imperial Islam spreading by the sword across what… Read more »
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Syrian NOT ArabJune 8, 2013 at 3:21 PM

You Jews don’t do your cause any favours with such posts. Rather, you reinforce all the negative stereotypes people have of Jewish people. Especially regarding duplicity.

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accusing someone of being a jew who is not and then saying their actions are like a jew is actually the racist stereotype, not reinforcing one. I wonder where do virulent anti-jewish sentiments like this come from, especially that nothing in it dealt with jews but being Syrian?

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Syrian NOT ArabJune 8, 2013 at 4:19 PM

AnonymousJune 8, 2013 at 4:21 PM

So you are Jewish then.

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You have nothing to say to counter even one word of truth contained in the post. Just false accusations and the typical you are a kafir so therefore your opinion does not count. Sorry to disappoint you, but I am 100% Syrian. You, however, are probably not.

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The original post is very interesting. I hope Ziad answers it. People who want to resort to name calling and religious slurs have nothing to offer. Don’t listen to the brain dead. He is probably an invader or traitor, so this post must have struck a nerve, all the more reason it is important to answer.

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Zionist Jews spam their hasbara in swarms. Criticize one of these creatures, and several quickly appear to reinforce the hasbara posted by the first. It looks like this site is being swarmed by the graveyard shift Jews and sabbath goys at hurryupharry.org and notthetalk.com or their American equivalents. A common tactic these zionist bigots use is to attack some aspect of Muslim religion in order to reinforce some zionist rubbish and get everybody attacking or defending some element of past history, rather than discussing the matter at hand. Once the initial troll gets a response, the others swarm in to… Read more »
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If you celebrate the invasion of your country as your history, you are an invader. If you are Syrian and you celebrate the same, you are a traitor. It’s all really very simple. If you are against imperialism, but support the invasion of your country by another people, you are a traitor and hypocrite and are not truly anti-imperialist. If you speak someone else’s language because yours has been obliterated, you have lost the most important tool to preserve your culture. If you support a system of inequality where indigenous people are not equal in their own land, then you… Read more »
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Dr. Assad’s mother is a Makhlouf who are notorious for their Pan-Syrianist views. It is very well known that he supports the SSNP. I don’t believe that there is any contradiction between being Syrian and Arab or Arab and Muslim. Arabism is so wide in its range today that it can encompass even people in Mauretania. However, I too have a grudge today against the Arab nations who conspired against Syria and would not hesitate to support a movement to distance Syria from the Arab League even though I know it not very Ba’athist to say that. Ziad
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Actually, muslims are the closest thing to jews. mohammad lived with them and actually studied and used their law until they became fed up with him. the first muslim constitution of mecca even stated that the muslims and jews are one nation. the similarities between Judaism and islam are endless. so, hate to break the news to you, but you are what you so obviously hate and accuse others to be…

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BTW, when mohammad slaughtered 700 jews over an open pit in batches because 3 betrayed him, the women and children were taken as captives. The offspring of the earliest muslim arabs would be considered jews because their mothers were jews. So, the whole jew accusation actually supports the original poster “Syrian NOT Arab” more than it does the ignoramus making jew remarks. Why not address the very logical points in the post unless you can’t? Muslims spent 1500 years delegitimizing others in their own homes, they are responsible for breeding animosity towards themselves. Good for Syrian NOT Arab for standing… Read more »
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Oh, great! Now you have an obvious Khazar Zionist discussing with himself in different posts. If you have managed to draw the attention from the Tel Aviv Hasbara boyscout´s you are definitely doing something right but that also means that it might be a good ide to moderate this section..

/Mikhas

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the ZATO trolls are arriving in numbers now.

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You make the accusation of another poster being a jew, then the accusation is turned around to illustrate historically that early muslims took jewish women, making their offspring jews. So, who is the jew here? How is any of this indicative of a ZATO troll? It appears that you are the troll who does what you accuse, which is distract from the topic and try to shut down any substantive discussion you don’t like or that clearly destroys the weak paradigm you support.

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Zionist troll:

We don´t care about your tribal affiliation get it? Go and see your Rabbi about that.

You must have been off your pills for a while but this is not the right place for you, lad. Go back to “Harry´s place” or Jerusalem post comment section or wherever you peddled your hatred previously…

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The issue is the attack on a sovereign people, The Syrians by the US, UK, FR, SA, Turkiye, Israel and pigpen Qatar.

The only ones that ought to talk about any Syrian identity are the Syrians themselves.

It is only in the interest of the aggressors against Syria to turn these threads on this superb website, into discussions involving sectarianism since that the current envelope being pushed by the zionist powers that want to kill the Syrian State and Syrian Nation.

God bless Syria. God bless the Syrians.

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This site is SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE. Yet, you hear an authentic SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE from someone who is 100%SYRIAN and you scream Zionist! This is precisely the reaction of an occupier or invader who has systematically denied there is anything called a Syrian and when he hears an authentic Syrian voice he does not know how to process it because it is not screaming allegiance to the invader/occupier. All imperialists and occupiers of Syria support the same cause of destroying the Syrian identity to legitimize their own claim to Syria. Being Syrian is not a religious matter, and your religion is not… Read more »
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“From today, you are either Syrian or you are my enemy.”

You sound like the neoconservatives and their G.W. Bush: “You’re either with us, or with the enemy.”

The way you write makes me think of Leo Strauss. Seriously. You manage to present many dichotomies over which people can be divided.

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I don’t care if you invaded Syria last week or in the 7th century, the principles are precisely the same. I listen to everyone talking about clobbering “these rats who invaded.” What’s the difference between them and sahabat al-rasool? If you believe in an umma arabiyah or umma islamiyah, go get a fatwa to suck my uncircumcised juicy Syrian dick.

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Ladies and Gentlemen, try to be civil in your dialogues. Ziad

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Ziad et al

Greetings this may be of interest:

It looks as if Israel threatened to strike Syria on Thursday at Queneitra crossing as they helped their hired killers get back to safety and treatment in Israeli hospitals

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2013/06/israel-threatened-to-attack-syrian.html

Amazingly according to the report

UNDOF does not have any additional information on casualties or fatalities among SAAF or armed members of the opposition.

Can’t persons affiliated with UNDOF read?
It was reported in Israeli media that two of the hired killers were treated in Israel. One with a grenade still in pocket

Just an fyi

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Penny I think the “Rebels” are Israeli Mista’arvim, rather then Syrian. These Israeli Mista’arvim are mainly Druze, traitors from Hamas, PLO, and bedouin Arabs. Israel did not expect such quick and determined response, and what you are linking is just propaganda from the Zionist state to cover their surprise at being attacked back.

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Hey hans I tried to think of all the reasons this was reported on at all…Why mostly in the Israeli media?Why wait till day’s later to leak it out?Was it done to bolster the threatened Israel narrative?Make Putin look callous?Make Israel look reasonable?Create a specific perception around Golan?Obfuscate the fact that the hired killers are using the crossing to go in and out of Israel? (making it look a one off, when it isn’t)And I thought about the surprise for Israel, not that they were attacked, because it does not seem they were, just that SA would push the envelopeWhatever… Read more »
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I am not surprised that our Zionist enemy would stoop to any of this. Ziad

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Syrians have Arabic culture. But being Arab is not an ethnic thing. To pretend that Syrians, and for example Maghrebi’s, are somehow immigrants from the Hijaz is laughable. It is all about cultural assimilation, hench Palestinians are related to the old Jews and Turks are a mix of Greeks (who in turn are not really Greek), Armenians, Kurds and yes indeed some Turkic steppe peoples (but certainly not 100%).

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“Syrians have Arabic culture. But being Arab is not an ethnic thing.” This is exactly the problem. There is a denial that there is such a thing as a Syrian identity, 100% distinct from Arab culture, race, and ethnicity. There is such a thing as a Syrian ethnicity. Being Syrian is not dependent on Arab blood and Islam as your words suggest you believe. Therefore, to say Syrians have an Arab culture is also false. In fact, by definition of the term, “Syrian” is what you get when you subtract out the “Arab” and “Islamic” component, where each word carries… Read more »
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“[W]hen the Arabs and muslims are attacking Syria”

Imperial interests are attacking Syria via US, UK, Israeli and Arab proxies. The terrorist Arabs whom attack the Syrian Arab Republic are nothing more than mercenaries.

Get it?

Where are you from?

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I think the debate is over about Syria’s cultural identity. Whether we like it or not, Arabic dominates the discussion. But, it is true, that Syria has a unique personality that should be respected. Ziad

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I am 100000000% Syrian, from part of north Syria that the govt quietly surrendered by signing a double taxation avoidance agreement with Erdogan. Protesting that act of treason, of course, makes you an enemy of the state, but the state is the one not upholding Syrian causes. If you are Syrian, you always side with Syria. Simple. To your point, Yes, exactly. Imperialism looks the same regardless of where it emanates and ultimately they become allied with each other. Thus, it is very easy for an arab / muslim, say from a Hashemite family descendant from Muhammad himself, to sell… Read more »
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>>The Kurds will say, perfect, the Medes (who they claim as their ancestors) conquered Ninwah in 625 BC, 1000 years before the Muslim Arabs, so you see, Syria belongs to Kurds Hello Syria has some of the oldest socio habitations in the world.Tel Mozan….and here…its close to the 9000bc Gobekli Tepi in Turkey. the Ancient Hurrian culture circa Akkad and Sumer,these people traded as far as India,brought ores for metallurgy from the Caucasus and other distant lands.the metallurgy,fired forges,compression bow,hammered plate armor,and the Horse*…following soon with the chariot. from this diverse crowd came your Hyksos which ruled Egypt for 100’s… Read more »
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I sincerely believe that it is possible to uniquely Syrian while being a member of the so-called Arab cultural spectrum. Historical mistakes aside, Syrians should strive to enhance consciousness of being Syrian while bringing more advanced Arabs into an axis of secularism and progressive thinking. We certainly have to address this problem of Islamic militancy which is sending us back farther into time. Ziad

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Religion is a controversial topic ,specially because all religions have been used at some point in history by world leaders in order to justify their wars. So not going there.This is why people need to be religious but without being attached to a particular religion. and try to seek God directly and just follow only the spiritual leaders which personal life have been an inspiration and of great help in your life.

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This area is interesting and I agree that people should stop worrying about historical personalities and start thinking about the Big Cheese in the sky. Ziad

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God is pure fiction. Next time you use the word god or allah, replace it with “nothing”. Praise be to nothing for your health. By the will of nothing I hope you arrive safely. Thank nothing I did so well on my exam. Nothing is greater. In the Western tradition, Dios in Latin is precisely the same word as Zeus in Greek. Zeus lived on Mt. Olympus and was a major God that coexisted with other minor Gods. Why don’t you go visit him there now if he is real? Oh wait, so the name stayed the same but the… Read more »
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There is some truth to what you are writing. I think Syrian culture is beyond danger. Not to worry. Arabic, by the way, is a lot more ancient than the 8th century. The alphabet is something else. Ziad

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I join that impression too.
And again, many thanks for your
front line correspondence, Ziad,
Bernhard

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