May 30th, 2014 01:55 pm    80 comments

TORPEDO THE DAMS FULL SPEED AHEAD ERDOGHAN MUST DIE!

  http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/new-turkish-aggression-against-syria-ankara-suspends-pumping-euphrates%E2%80%99-water I’ve written about this for years. Syria has a plan for Erdoghan that will set back his Ottoman dreams by 500 years.  It was developed by the late general, Daawood Rajiha, our former Defense Minister until he was assassinated by a Robert Ford-designed plot to “decapitate” the Syrian military high command on July…

May 29th, 2014 02:29 pm    77 comments

GENERAL AL-FURAYJ VISITS QAMISHLI AND INSPIRES SYRIANS

  Lt. General Fahd Jaassem Al-Furayj, Deputy Commander-in-Chief and Minister of Defense, inspects Syrian Army regulars in Qamishli and urges them to continue the process of liberating Syria from the NATO-Saudi-supported terrorist-cannibals and savages.  The arrival here is proof that the north is becoming increasingly pacified despite the propaganda some of our readers are swallowing…

May 29th, 2014 02:10 am    30 comments

American Hypocrisy

The U.S. Armed Forces have fought in Afghanistan for almost 13 years against militants loyal to Al-Qaeda. In Syria, the Syrian Arab Army is fighting the same enemy, but these militants come in larger forces, possess better weapons, and they are financially supported by rich Gulf states. The U.S. government labels the militants in Afghanistan…

May 27th, 2014 07:19 pm    36 comments

ALL LARGE CITIES REMAIN FIRMLY IN SAA CONTROL

Latakia, Tartous and Sweida are safe. Idlib, Hama and Homs have been liberated. Large operations underway in Aleppo and Damascus with more than 80 % of these capital cities under government control. Daraa and Deir ez-Zor have been holding on for a while. Government troops there are largely entrenched with some sporadic advances. The only…

May 26th, 2014 05:00 pm    39 comments

Arab Tribalism Leaves No Room For Democracy

      My first experiences with Arab tribalism derived from my time in Syria. My maternal grandmother’s family inhabited a small village near the city of Jisr al-Shughour (Idlib Governate) called “Halooz”. Halooz was a gorgeous, but relatively unknown village; that’s what I loved about it. I was surrounded by family, as most of…