FIRST POST – APRIL 24, 2013 – APOLOGIES. I WAS TOO BUSY TO BLOG TODAY. I WILL MAKE UP FOR IT TOMORROW

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No problem Ziad, when you can’t post we’ll pick up the slack. Please oh humble readers of this blog make yourselfs privy to another blog called Moon of Alabama. There they speak about how the powers that be are now once again attempting to level charges against the Syrian government of using chemical weapons. Plus also go to Mideastpress.org and there you will also get info from another insider concerning vital facts concerning Syria!

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the propaganda level of chemical weapons use is in the lift i think bashar al-assad, the government, the arab army and the national defense force are wise enough to not use chemical weapons to not loose support of the people

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I have a few news in the absence of Ziad from Wikipedia. In Damascus the SAA captured the town of Otaiba. It was a huge setback for the terrorists and afterwards they called the islamic brigades for help. I hope the SAA is prepared for this.
In Aleppo there are reports that the SAA is to be about to recapture the Umayyad Mosque and it was destroyed during the clashes. It makes me angry that such an old building is destroyed because of those fucking jihadis.

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Also a great blog called niqnaq.Very nice english man.

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Reuters: Syrian forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad seized a strategic town east of Damascus on Wednesday, breaking a critical weapons supply route for the rebels, activists and fighters said. Rebels have held several suburbs ringing the southern and eastern parts Damascus for months, but they have been struggling to maintain their positions against a ground offensive backed by fierce army shelling and air strikes in recent weeks. “The disaster has struck, the army entered Otaiba. The regime has managed to turn off the weapons tap,” a fighter from the town told Reuters via Skype. This sounds like good news,… Read more »

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I would think the Ummayad mosque would be something no one would disrespect. Anyways good job my Nordic friend.

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The foreign Jihadi mercenary army fighting against Syria in this proxy war getting annihilated apparently by the SAA explains why Israel is pushing harder and harder placing continuous pressure on their American underlings to continue the “chemical weapons” meme on any pretext to increase opposition on Syria and further continued support for the foreign Jihadi mercenaries rampaging through Syria. They seem to be on a timeline and continue upping the pressure. Kerry: Nato needs plan for Syria chemical armshttp://gulfnews.com/in-focus/syria/kerry-nato-needs-plan-for-syria-chemical-arms-1.1174264 What is astounding to witness is that the U.S., UK, Israel and France and NATO are like vicious pit bulls and… Read more »

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Here is example of one of these NGOs coming under the banner of calling itself the Caucasus Foundation. On the surface it culturally makes itself gratuitous by promoting culture in the Caucasus region, but as Vladimir Putin knows well, they carrying a conveyor belt of disruption, questionable motives and often financed by U.S. sources.

Are these NGOs radicalizing these Jihadis in the region?

Caucasus Foundation
http://www.kafkas.org.tr/english/hakkinda/index.html

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God bless Syria!!! FSA go to hell! Greeting from bulgaria

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The USA just seems like a compulsive disruptor, if that term can even be used. They just send out teams to set up these NGO’s and they start effing with countries systems. They destabilize and disrupt the host entity until a civil war starts or the country is left in a huge mess. The loans, political meddling, hypocritical accusations of human rights violations. It just makes me sick. That’s what I noticed in the beginning of the syrian conflict that there were very few NGO’s in the country. These NGO’s are simply agents of instability and should either be banned… Read more »

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The Bolshevik so-called revolution was financed largely through NGOs with the main conduit for funds being the International Red Cross. Nothing is new and nothing has changed.

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The Syrian Perspectve is on Facebook and Twitter. I update that regularly, even in the absence of Ziad.

http://Www.facebook.com/syrianperspective

http://Www.twitter.com/SyrianPerNews

-Leith

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Here´s a good link on the succesfull strategy shift by the SAA:
http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/afp/130425/syria-army-shifts-war-highways