WHACK! SYRIAN ARMY BLUDGEONS ALQAEDA IN DAMASCUS

SYRIAN ARMY

DAMASCUS:  As Obama’s Southern Front turns into a rancid salad made of radishes and olive pits, the SAA continues to deal bone-crushing blows to Obama’s favorite terrorists – the terrorists who just lost 18 of their most beloved rat leaders including Abu Muhammad Al-Jawlaani.  So sad, really.

 

Zamalkaa near the Al-Radhwaan Mosque:  Another unique operation now not-so-unique since it has been proven to be extremely useful in exterminating rodents, the SAA killed 31 and wounded scores this morning.  Once again, the Alqaeda/Nusra rats just don’t know that the SAA is on to them and aware of their every move:

‘Uthmaan Abu-Bakr Khamees (YEMENI HEMORRHOID)

Kaayid Naasser Al-Zhareef

Abdullah Junaydi

Mustafaa Hussayn Abu-Sha’ra

‘Ali Shahaara

‘Abdullah Al-Zu’bi

Khaleel Nooreddeen Zal’oom

Majd Al-Zamraani

Zaaher Shammoot

Mu’tassim ‘Abdul-‘Aal

Sa’eed ‘Abdul-Salaam

Ziyaad Al-Ruz

The rest were not identified.

 

Marj Al-Sultaan:  This is in the Al-Nishaabiyya environs in the East Ghouta.  Another perfectly executed operation:

Narit Zhohar Ilkhanov (CHECHEN RAT VIRUS. Killed 2 days ago here.)

These were killed today:

Muhammad Al-Sabbaagh

‘Abdul-Rahmaan Al-Mansiy

‘Abdul-‘Azeez Al-Sa’eed

 

‘Irbeen at Al-Hawwaara Street and the southern entrance to the suburb:

Hussayn Muhsin ‘Eessaa

Fu`aad Shaqfa

Durayd Shammaama

Tahseen Al-Tallaawi

Ma’roof Sawwaan

Ahmad Al-Hanash (PALESTEEZIAN SERPENT CHANCER)

Yazan Al-Kijik

Muhammad Al-Dajj

Faheem Jamaal Qubrussli

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NEWS AND COMMENTARY:

Another nice diatribe from Radioyaran. Right on:

http://radioyaran.com/2015/03/05/why-the-nusra-front-is-moderate-and-assad-is-the-magnet-of-terrorism/

Tony Lizzerri sends this hour-long video about ISIS. Enjoy its inner workings:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ctk6CP3-gcw

Brandon has become quite a satirist. Enjoy his take on the connection between global warming and ISIS:

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/03/mainstream-media-discovers-what-created.html


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radioyaran
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Stupid BBC “argues” on behalf of Qatari plans to “rebrand” Al Nusra:
http://radioyaran.com/2015/03/06/bbc-tries-to-sugarcoat-the-al-nusra-front-syrias-al-qaeda-branch/

Cataro
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Amazing , it’s like saying that if Osama Bin Laden had known this , he named him Obama Bin Laden and then he was not a terrorist but a great patriot
More and more I think of MI5, CIA , MOSSAD and MIT now only recruit unscrupulous idiots with no common sense and without shame

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It is that long war. The good people are already taken. Since George W. Bushs approach to war (WMDs, Al qaida and Saddam connection etc.) they just don’t have the staff to do it. They have to go with clowns like SOHR; Kerry and Hillary C. at the top, so what do you expect in the ranks?

Canthama
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Radio, another great article, you nailed in the head big time. Thank you for bringing to our attention, articles like this one from BBC must be debunked to the last word. This BBC article is criminal, it is criminal in the sense that author pretends to legitimate Qatar’s evil idea to rebrand Nusrats to moderate, it is a criminal article for not bringing the truth about Crimes of Nusrats, it is a criminal article just for the fact that he takes for granted that messing up with Syria is almost a “divine” work. A pathetic article that should be varnished… Read more »
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Who gives a shit what they want to re brand as we know know who they are, kill their stinking asses one and all. Let them know that dead means dead.And Syria should really think of getting rid of the amnesty program, it’s a revolving door.

Anonymous
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The amnesty program is double edged sword. It has benefits here and there when militants are surrounded, but it works counter-productively in areas under militants. It has more benefits for militants who use it to their advantage for recruitment.They offer money to desperate people, and say “You know about amnesty program, so why don’t you come along, make some money, fight the regime, and if things go badly or if you change your mind, all you do is turn yourself in. Then, think about it again, and return to work for us if you’d like. Amnesty would be the best… Read more »
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Perhaps they could call it: Al pathetica ‘yo all.

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Read today that Qatar is a “centre of subversive Islamist activity”: http://www.dohatokyo.com/doha-qatar-as-the-centre-of-subversive-islamist-activity/

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God bless the Syrian brave army.

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you know you do a GREAT job Ziad. thank you for your dedication and hard work. this is the first thing i read every day. God willing Syria will prevail soon and ends this fake revolution and all its sons and daughters will live in peace… God Bless the SAR

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same here. thank you Ziad.

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Yep, same here

Syrian NOT Arab
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Same here!

Johnny
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Here also. It is so encouraging to read of the turn of the tide , after the dreadful years of rat triumphalism.
Keep up the good work.

George
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Thank-you Ziad for shining the light of truth on this terrible invasion of Syria by the forces of darkness. God Bless you and the heroic Syrian patriots who are standing up to these Luciferian sociopaths. The forces of light will prevail, keep the faith.

george

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SAA break through defences at Salma and enter town .from Lieth

How much is the Takbeer?
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How much is the Takbeer?

This is very good news! So now SAA can roll up the Idiots along the turkey border till Idlib!

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I hope SAA do not pause and give militants a chance to recuperate.

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Radioyaran, the argument on your website is a good deconstruction of the BBC article. One point in that BBC article struck me as needing greater amplification. It said: “Qatar possesses a small, young foreign ministry and it does not have a foreign intelligence service. “Though far from alone on this issue, the state struggles to map the dynamic conflict and finds it difficult to plot the shifting actors. “Instead, it seems that Qatar prefers to continue to support the people or groups with whom it already has relations.” De-coding this academic gobbledegook, what the author is saying is: – The… Read more »
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Or BBC is letting slip that Qatar must rely on other foreign intelligence services, namely those of US/UK, for directions and are largely steered by them in all foreign meddling operations, e.g. Libya and Syria.

It is no secret, for example, that their biggest weapon, Al Jazeera, is a direct offshoot of the BBC and thus riddled with British agents of influence.

Saladin
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Thanks, Ziad. We all appreciate your intrepid efforts to bring truth, sanity, and hope to the news about Syria. God bless you and your hard work and tireless dedication.

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Big competition in Iraq on who kills Daesh first. Today Pentagon announced with help from US advisers and Air cover they pushed Daesh from Al-Baghdadi and they’re looking to recover more ground. This is to show the Wahhabi kingdom of horrors that they’re doing something to curb the Iran-Iraq alliance. Pentagon knows very well there is zero chance that the Iraqi government would choose the coalition of Wahhabis over an alliance with their natural friends from Iran. In related news Amiri that is the head of the national defense forces announced today that they’re in talks with Syria that after… Read more »
Syrian NOT Arab
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The unity of greater Syria is at hand thanks to the common enemy which has been injected into the Syrian heartland. The more they destroy, the more they are fueling the emergence of Greater Syria.

Jason
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But what will Iraq look like once this is all over, ‘Daesh’ is only an instrument to achieve the disintegration of Iraq into Sunni, Shia and Kurd. This sham fight has only blinded people to the real objectives behind all this. The same situation is being applied in Syria with US air support for the Kurds and for a ‘Sunni’ forces in the near future, they want a ‘political solution’ that entails a weak and decentralized Syria that is divided according to ethnicity, sect, region etc. The ‘fight against Daesh’ is intended to bring this decentralization about make no mistake… Read more »
teevee
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Yeh nobody else figured that all. We are all just sitting here twirling our thumbs thinking what the hell is going on.
No Jason, we all know exactly whats going on and the brave Syrians on this board in their farms, schools, factories and battle fields are fighting to death to defeat this plan. Then again there are those collaborators that cheerlead the enemy. Do you think we should be friendly towards those people? That are planning our demise?

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All of Syria’s and Iraq’s enemies are quaking at the thought of a united front against them. ISIS is only one enemy that has designed on Syrian and Iraqi territory. There are others, among them the Kurds who think they are going to walk away with 1/3 of Iraq and Syria with American and Zionist support and nobody is going to try to put a stop to it. The Americans will be restricted by Turkey in their support for the Kurds, but only to a certain extent. They will inflame a Kurd-Arab war if Sunni and Shia unite and by… Read more »
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Jason MENTAT GLIESE581G https://twitter.com/celticmujahid Jason your other Alter Ego’s are supposed to support the Palestinians amongst others ,so the 7 week Israeli incursion into Gaza was worthy of a 13 second Video of some teenagers running because a few fireworks were thrown their way ..2.000 people mostly innocent men women and children are slaughtered and this Irish Republican GLEISE581G offers a 13 second video in 7 weeks of carnage on his liveleak account yet spends day after day spouting his anti Shia racist sectarian bile Celtic mujahid thinks Al Qaeda and the zionist regime should become allies to fight mainly… Read more »
Jason
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There is no link between myself and Mentat, this is your paranoia playing up again.

Mentat
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I already posted my final response to this melancholic alcoholic’s spam.

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jason can you give examples of where the plans of america actually went to order? they only know failure. everything they touch turns to shit. syria will be no different. a plan means nothing

Jason
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David where do i start, to give a few examples Iraq, Syria, Egyot, Yemen, Libya, Tunisia. Soon to follow Algeria, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco, Belarus, Russia. Everywhere where there is chaos, destruction and disunity the Americans are winning in blood, influence and financially.

david
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they are more unpopular than ever jason. that is not winning influence. the wars have bankrupted the country.and the world is moving away from the dollar as a reserve currency . that is a disaster for them. what do you mean ”winning in blood”?

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http://www.usdebtclock.org/

(-)18,000,000,000,000 $.. .

It is reasonable to say that Iraq and Afghanistan cost about ~
5,000,000,000,000 $.

Maybe some companys did win some money but the money is now missing in the US treasure.

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You make interesting points as always, teevee. The battle for Tikrit is going to be won by three elements: Shia militias, advised and supported by brilliant Iranian leaders; local Sunni tribal forces and Iraqi army main military forces who will supply the artillery and heavy guns. This cuts out the US. Apparently, the Iraqi government did not request USAF support because they knew it would be refused. If the Iraqis win anyway, and I think they will, this significantly weakens the leverage of the US. By extension, it also weakens the Saudi position. Iran’s influence and power in the region… Read more »
teevee
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Shinaydeen Iran’s influence in the region is growing against the run of play, it’s not that Iran is super smart or Iran is super advanced and strong or rich. It is because the f”king Saudis are super stupid.

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The nuclear blackmail ‘deal’ is still highly evitable and I doubt it could bring anything useful for Assad’s Syria.

Anonymous
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“…after liberating Mosul they will move on to Raqa and Deir a Zor with coordination of Syrian army to free all of the region from the Wahhabi plague.”

Absolutely fucking WOW!

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Teevee, right on the mark, for most of the Iraqi people, Iran has stepped up into the plate timely and with determination, this PR has been lost by NATO already.
History says…war produces heroes and brave people, Ameri has turned into a Iraqi hero already, his felt presence in the battle front has been quite notable. I do believe Iraq and Syria are coordinating much more nowadays, ISIS is doomed.

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The U.S Rat Dilemma, to give them Cheese of Not??? Obama the terrible creation of the MSM and Intelligence Agencies its thinking if its pausible to supply with modern weaponry the moderate skunks or not. Given that fact that most of U.S weaponry ends in Anti-U.S armed groups. I imagine a Puppet President like Obama with a Hamlet Costume with a Kerry Skull telling itself, to give Cheese to the Rats or not? With Kerry Skull replying “Who cares!! We will still be in power until 2016” let hillary of Jr. Jr Bush take care of Puttin in the future.… Read more »
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jfb
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Which game the Russians are playing?
http://news.yahoo.com/un-approves-resolution-condemning-chlorine-syria-182657101.html
They back a resolution under chapter 7, but although a new vote would be necessary you can easily guess that the US will claim that they already got a UN legitimacy to intervene as soon that a false flag happens. I start to believe that Putin has decided to leave Syria on its own…. It is obvious that there will be a NATO military intervention before 2 months, perhaps even sooner

teevee
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jfb, we are responsible for this war’s conclusion. only thing we need from Russia is keep supplying arms. Russians are notorious for going back on their commitments, everybody knows that and acts accordingly.

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How does backing condemning use of CW translate into “leave Syria on its own”? How the fuck do you make that conclusion? Imagine how much face and legitimacy leading nations such as Russia or China would loose in the world if they openly refused to back a resolution that condemns use of CW… It does not take a genius to conclude they did the right thing by signing on; this is good for Syria. Only, you have to have intelligence a little higher than a frog’s to see it. Let me help: Syria gave up its CW. It did not… Read more »
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You missed the point. The resolution is mentionning chaspter 7. The Russians could have pessure the US and block the resolution unless the reference to chapter 7 was removed

Mentat
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Thus spake the mind of a slave … small wonder you are ashamed to put a name to this tripe.

Jason
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Putin has passed the American resolution on the use of chemical weapons knowing full well that this resolution is aimed squarely at the Syrian government despite its pretensions of not naming anyone, and its even more ridiculous pretension of removing chapter 7 which the Americans will hardly give a stuff about once the hysteria of a new chemical attack ‘carried out by Assad’s forces’ resurfaces in the media. This is another shameful episode of Putin’s treachery and connivance with his Western ‘partners’ in crime, after all it was Putin that convinced Assad to remove his chemical weapons so that no… Read more »
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Well it looks like they didn’t remove the chapter 7 article, Putin has openly come down on the side of the US on Syria. I’m glad he has, let’s see if the multitude of his dupes finally see him for what he is. UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The United Nations Security Council condemned the use of chlorine as a weapon in Syria and threatened to take action if such arms are used again in the conflict, which is now in its fourth year, but didn’t lay blame for previous chlorine attacks. The 15-member council adopted a resolution that “stresses that… Read more »
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‘Venezuela abstained because it said the resolution “opens a dangerous path to the use of force.” ‘ Even Venezuela knew what the substance of this resolution was all about even though it still didn’t have the balls to vote against, no doubt as a result of Yanki pressure on the government there. Putin’s stance has disgraced Russia and it proves that he is coordinating with his partners in crime in pressuring Syria to accept Mistura’s proposals and his accompanying ‘political solution’. The Syrian government and its foreign ministry must not remain silent to Putin’s treachery, let us see if it… Read more »
Jason
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Looks like some Putin fanboy has got hurt feelings today, spamming the dislike button won’t rub the stain of treachery off Putin’s face.

Jason
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Teevee it’s damage control, quick everyone man the dislike buttons!

Jason
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The question is why you you are defending Putin even in the face of his clear cut treachery against Syria, (to borrow from Mentat) you lousy propagandist.

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There are so many things that Syria could be doing on the media, diplomatic and even military front that I lay blame there first. The Russians will do what they do. I agree that they should veto, but if you presume that the terrorists used the chlorine gas, then in fact the resolution authorizes the use of force against the terrorists, not the government. Of course, everyone knows the resolution is aimed at the government. The Russians will appear to give in to some things in order to look like they are playing along and so that they gain flexibility… Read more »
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Putin is my Hero!

Mentat
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We categorically do not accept the possible use of sanctions under Chapter 7 without attempt to confirm (non-compliance) based on proof” said Churkin, while dutifully voting “DA!” to enable precisely that scenario which Russia will do nothing to prevent once it very soon arises by the blatantly obvious design of the motion’s sponsor, valued ‘partner’ USA.

Beautiful! This is pure poetry for cynics and hypocrites.

I’m sure Bashar will be sending a bouquet of flowers tomorrow to thank his hangman ‘ally’, Mr Putin, for this wonderful noose-shaped support.

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Russia was correct and intelligent to sign the resolution, which also benefits both Syria and Iran, and here is why: -THERE WAS NO RESOLUTION LAST TIME AROUND AND SYRIA JUST ABOUT GOT ATTACKED, ANYWAY. It is only thanks to Putin It didn’t, who facilitated CW disarmament, because he knew that was the best way to prevent similar situations from happening again. Terrorists could have easily staged another attack; so the fact Syria gave up all its CW was a huge indirect victory. It is so much more difficult to fabricate such nonsense now. This resolution has no teeth, and achieves… Read more »
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Very wrong, Mr Slave, Syria was *not* about to be attacked … when the Brit Parliament baulked at getting involved in the potential mega-clusterfuck, precisely because of the off-chance Syria’s CWs would be launched en masse into Israel, Obama then also contracted cold feet and backed way off with his ‘consulting Congress’ excuse. It was at this point that Lavrov, instead of rushing S-300s into the country to ward off the threat, jumped in to gratuitously offer up Syria’s CWs on a plate. Putin then blackmailed Assad [by threats of withholding future military supplies] to acquiesce to this robbery. In… Read more »
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Anon, great post, pls get a name so we recognize who is posting. I fully concur with your view.

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Usually I’m not a fan of your posts but this resolution is the equivalent of the 2011 resoluion on Libya. It’s a disgrace. I wasn’t neither a fan of Putin but I’m still suprised about such a move,; 18 months ago Assad had just begun to reverse the trend and the Russians were opposing a categoric NO, now he is not so far from a total victory, maybe Putin has decided to weaken the Shia allaince and side more qwith Israel

Jason
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I appreciate your honesty.

Syria is obviously the price of the Minsk ceasefire agreement, Putin has agreed to distance himself from the government in return for Yanki ‘rehabilitation’ and ‘normalization’. This traitor and saboteur must be stopped before he brings disaster upon his own country, the Russian people are in urgent need of an awakening as they are currently sleepwalking into the Yanki scenario of chaos and destruction facilitated by internal agents who have control over all the levers of power in Russia.

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“the price of the Minsk ceasefire agreement” – According to the Minsk agreement the Russian supported forces in East Ukraine must stop the constant invasion of Ukrainian territory which is planned to go on until “Novorossia” is in their hands. The dubious “people” republics are just a shadow of that. So given that fact WHO would have to pay a price for this achievement? Your deductive skills are showing a challenged brain.

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This is not an equivalent of the UNSC resolution in Libya. This is a vague resolution that basically says Chlorine gas is not allowed. Yes it may open an opportunity for a false flag, as many other false flags, but then it must be proved and have another UNSC resolution to do execute chapter 7. Honestly, I would rather Have seen this resolution more watered down, preventing from the MSM to use against Syria, but it passed this way, I would rather have seen Russia, China, Venezuela and others to say no to it, none did, Venezuela abstained only, so… Read more »
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Thank you Canthama, as always a voice of reason.

Jason
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teevee, Canthama admits that this resolution opens the way for a false flag and thus an aggression against Syria, but he then ridiculously asserts that this must be ‘proved’ before any action can be taken as though the Syrian government has ever been afforded the presumption of innocence over the duration of the crisis. This part of the resolution is for the sake of Putin who tries to keep up appearances as the standard bearer of ‘international law’, while any sane mind knows beforehand that any talk of proof will go straight out the window once the hysteria is stirred… Read more »
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It isn’t really vague at all, the next alleged chemical attack will prompt an intervention against (unquestionably) the Syrian armed forces. Basically the Americans and Russians are saying to Assad, hurray up and get aboard the De Mistura plan otherwise we will attack you under any pretext even one you thought you had successfully avoided. This is a message to the Syrian gov’t from the ‘combined will of the international community’ including Russia, and a very strong one at that, they want the political solution implemented now. I have a great suspicion that this is part of a coordinated move… Read more »
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JFB the big question now is what can make Syria ? A few days ago I thought the obtaining by Russia of maritime facilities in Cyprus perhaps act as a contingency in case the Syrian government puts an end to the status of Tartus, or even to show that they leave no pressure . Cyprus not been a fan of Russia, the granting of such facilities must have been induced to reassure the Russian fleet in the Mediterranean It is also possible that Iran knew of these disagreements and decided to increase its influence in Syria has been to prevent… Read more »
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NATO allowed the occupation of Cyprus precisely to prevent a Russian base there. The British were granted their base, but the Eastern countries need to learn that the West are not their friends and will frighten them and work against their interests while making themselves look like their best friends.

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Cyprus is a very good friend of Russia. Given the fact that this country is driven by Russian money and there are Russian people everywhere close to deciding positions allowing to get the necessary legislation for shady activities I do not see why you think that the island is not a fan of Russia. What makes you think so?

Cataro
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Cyprus is a member of the european union, does not have full autonomy , must adhere to their rules

Nobilitatis
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There are no rules of the European Union about how to use a port. Besides nominally the whole island of Cyprus is member of EU, including the Turk part. It is not outlawed and the decision never was questioned by EU.

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Hi jfb, I have seen a lot of comments on this matter and understand the anguish of many, but thought it would be important to post the resolution itself, not sure whether folks di read it directly or through MSM media or even through the usual paid trolls, so here it goes (attached). There is nothing new nor any possibility to damage Syria through this resolution, toothless indeed, but be aware of the details as written, they are indeed tendentious, it repeats tons of time Syria Arab Republic but it refers to the conflict and not the Government or army,… Read more »
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UN Denies Ban’s Lawyer Called US Strikes in Syria Illegal, Silent on Feltman By Matthew Russell Lee http://www.innercitypress.com/ban1legaldenial030615.html UNITED NATIONS, March 3 — How scared does the UN of Ban Ki-moon and his senior officials run of the United States? Inner City Press on March 4 asked Ban’s spokesman Stephane Dujarric of a detailed article reporting that Ban’s “chief counsel, Miguel de Serpa Soares. Syria was still a sovereign country and U.N. member state, the legal team reminded their colleagues. Bombing its territory required authorization from the Syrian government or the U.N. Security Council. But as the last-minute backchannel notice… Read more »
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UN Secretary General and Salve Of Israel Ban Ki-moon http://www.newrepublic.com/article/121190/ban-ki-moon-profile-does-united-nations-still-matter The question was, how should the United Nations respond? Ban’s staff split into two camps. On one side were the United Nation’s lawyers, led by his chief counsel, Miguel de Serpa Soares. Syria was still a sovereign country and U.N. member state, the legal team reminded their colleagues. Bombing its territory required authorization from the Syrian government or the U.N. Security Council. But as the last-minute backchannel notice made clear, the White House was not seeking either. Thus, the lawyers said, there needed to be a public statement that the… Read more »
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Wonderful news teevee.

Anonymous
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Looks like the Israeli Lobby is overjoyed today on the blog! 😎

Jason
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It is in damage control due to Putin’s overt treachery at the UNSC.

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Saudis Should Send Troops Instead of Asking US to Fight ISIL – Senator US Senator Bernie Sanders said that the Saudi Arabian government must be responsible for stability in the Middle East and should send its own military to fight ISIL rather than demand that the United States undertake such actions s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m “I find it remarkable that Saudi Arabia, which borders Iraq and is controlled by a multi-billion dollar family, is demanding that US combat troops have ‘boots on the ground’ against ISIS [Islamic State of… Read more »
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New King Should Advocate Human Rights, Reform in Saudi Arabia – US Senators

Congressmen Peter Roskam and Jim McGovern joined 65 House colleagues in sending a bipartisan letter to Saudi King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, saying that he should advocate democratic reforms and human rights in Saudi Arabia

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The Congressmen said King Salman should use the power transition period to strengthen education and initiate judicial reform, lift restrictions on social media and public gatherings, and religious minorities to exercise their faiths.

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teevee
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Oh my God, there it is, the first sign that Saudi is being targeted for regime change.
Come on Annon get yourself a name you made my day.

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Turkish Governor Confirms ISIL Commander Being Treated in Local Hospital An Islamic State (IS) commander injured in a bomb attack in northern Syria was being treated in a Turkish hospital in the border province of Antakya s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m Emrah C., a Turkish national, was admitted to Pamukkale University Hospital on Feb. 28, according to a statement released by Denizli province Governor’s office. The statement also confirmed the Turkish IS commander has full rights to health services benefits in the country. Last September, Turkish daily Aydinlik reported that… Read more »
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HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN! 🙂 🙂 🙂 Turkish lira tumbles amid concerns over political pressure http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/07/c_134045423.htm ANKARA, March 6 (Xinhua) — Turkey’s currency lira slid to a record low and bank stocks tumbled on Friday as the government renewed pressure on its central bank to lower interest rates. Turkish lira fell to 2.645 against the U.S. dollar on Friday, breaking a new record low for a fourth consecutive day. The currency has lost three percent over the past week and has since mid-January lost more than 11 percent of its value against the dollars. Meanwhile, Turkey’s main stock exchange… Read more »
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about Turkey it could be that it is next up for destabilization because it has failed in the war against Syria and is playing its own game too much.
Turkey stands between East and West, it must come to terms with both.

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Turkey also stands between North and South. How does it matter?
Turkey wanted to have a zero problem relationship with all its neighbors. What could possibly go wrong with such intentions?

Stein Bauge
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Also it’s good Putin is not as childish as our Jason..

Jason
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I just wouldn’t ‘cheerlead’ any force that operates under the Yanki air umbrella no matter what their alleged aims are, including that of fighting ISIS, defending Christians etc.

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A zio-wahhabi-grunt would only be too happy to advise Syrians to fully believe in Russia, if he had any indication of Russians being out to in any way hurt Syria or Iran. The fact of the matter is that Russia is 100% committed to its strategic alliance so your only hope is to try to sow the seeds of mistrust. Look at your comments; Pure conspiracy theory nonsense. 5th grader tactics. “Believe ME because I say so”.

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If you look at the facts you will see that Putin has already ‘hurt’ Syria and Iran many times by his support of Yanki measures against these countries. To say that Russia is 100% committed to Syria in light of these facts is pure bs and you know it.

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Jason must be Saudi, he gets so excited over smallest things suddenly he replies to his own posts 15 times. It is ok Jase keep your pants on man. As I said all we need from Russia is to keep the arms coming. UNSC, US, Jordan, Turkey and all other devils have nothing to do with this anymore. It’s all up to us. If any of these enemies directly attacked Syria I promise I’ll change may name to Jason. Now that is going out there. And Jase grow up man what is this down vote up vote, who gives shit,… Read more »
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Whether Jason has had the reason for once, will have to wait the next days to see how this decision affects Syria

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My friend we are not some orphaned child sitting around to see what this group will decide or that group will do. We have power now. We can cause serious harm to the interests of US, Israel, Saudi, Turkey and all of EU including Russia. Those days that the UN could effect the outcome was 4 years ago. Now, nobody can make such decisions anymore. Believe me on this, UN will do nothing. What are they going to do? Lets say the UN passed a resolution that says Syria must be bombed tomorrow. OK the US starts bombing Syria, who’s… Read more »
Jason
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‘OK the US starts bombing Syria, who’s benefit is that? Lets say the Syrian government is overthrown tomorrow. Who will fill that vacuum?’

Undoubtedly an American puppet, most probably a ‘moderate’ one at that. In case you hadn’t noticed this is the essence of the conflict over Syria, to subdue Syria to American dictation, the terrorists of all stripes are merely the means to carry out this operation. Poor Teevee you are breaking up.

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Ok I am getting bored Jase, talking to you is like trying to tell a hair raising story to a bald man. If no resolutions or attacks happen on Syria in next year will you change sides and support Syria?

Jason
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Have i ever given the impression in my comments that i was against Syria in this NATO imposed war on it. Not once. I don’t even share Mentat’s view that the Syrian army is a joke led by a bunch of incompetent officers, so your slander has always been misplaced.

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@ Jason, slightly tangential, but:

would you agree that whoever caused/allowed the use of CWs in Ghouta in Aug.2013 deserves a severe punishment?

Even if SAA did not perpetrate the attack [I believe elements of it did], then some dangerously incompetent personnel certainly allowed it to happen under their very noses and should have properly been dragged out and hanged.

Do you not find it strange there has never been an internal investigation by the Syrian authorities into this politically and militarily catastrophic incident?

Jason
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‘would you agree that whoever caused/allowed the use of CWs in Ghouta in Aug.2013 deserves a severe punishment?’ Undoubtedly, they are/were also traitors playing along to a foreign made script. ‘Even if SAA did not perpetrate the attack [I believe elements of it did], then some dangerously incompetent personnel certainly allowed it to happen under their very noses and should have properly been dragged out and hanged’ I don’t believe the SAA leadership was behind the attack, yet this wasn’t only the work of some ‘rogue’ or corrupt officers but an organized and high level decision carried out by units… Read more »
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I seem to have contradicted myself by saying ‘did Assad know before hand’, i meant did he have prior knowledge that such a provocation was in the works and was unable to stop it?

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Hmmn, very interesting! But I don’t see why some renegade clique guided by self-interest would follow a foreign script to end the war by this means, which would shoud result in either execution at home immediately or a warcrimes trial for themselves afterwards. I think it much more likely the clique [around the reputedly hot-tempered Maher, I suspect] was driven to lash out by blind frustration at their military impotence, without considering the political consequences at all. CiC Bashar, who I do credit with more than enough gumption to immediately grasp the acute threat this blunder would cause to his… Read more »
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Teevee I am with you on this one. If this was the prelude for planned military action the media would be all over it. They would report it as top news so that the public can be manipulated with never ending spin and propaganda as they did in the chemical attack in 2013. However, I see hardly anything reported about this vote in mainstream media.

teevee
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I know, just propaganda by Israeli cabal and their cheerleading section.

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Menendez is Israel BIGGEST supporter in Congress! Double Criminal Indictment Possible Against Menendez, and Benefactor – Expert Legal expert and chairman of the National Legal and Policy Center, Ken Boehm says that a possible double indictment could be brought against US Senator Bob Menendez and his benefactor Dr. Salomon Melgen s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m “The thing to look for is if an indictment comes out, is it just Melgen or is it Menendez too? It could be both, it could be one or the other,” Boehm said on Friday.… Read more »
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Annon you gotta get yourself a name, can I suggest goodnewsman/girl. I read earlier about Menendez, bibi is got more problems than he bargained for.

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SAA did a great job in Idlib and Aleppo, and East Ghouta attack- video of East Ghouta available
http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-saa-is-in-high-gear-in-aleppo-and.html

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Hi all, intersting developments everywhere. I guess after all Nusra Front leaders are killed or have chosen other names the storybook writers will say that without the old leadership the Nusra Front aka Al-Quaeda is now a moderate force. I can image mainstream media headlines like “With the death of their radical leaders Al-Nusra Front fighters join new moderate alliance in Syria…” With pressure on the ISIS in Iraq our western leaders will soon panic. I wonder if the “alliance” will strike Iraqi troops by “misstake” so they cannot caputre Tikrit. Maybe ISIS fighters will rename themselfes into pro Iraqi… Read more »
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J, wow man what a post. great read

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Without nusrat leaders Salma falls, good work SAA

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China urges precise implementation of new UN resolution on Syria’ s chemical weapons http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/07/c_134045794.htm UNITED NATIONS, March 6 (Xinhua) — A Chinese envoy to the United Nations on Friday urged a new Security Council resolution on Syria’s chemical weapons be implemented “in an earnest, comprehensive and precise manner.” The statement came as Wang Min, China’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, addressed a Council meeting on Syria after he voted in favor of the resolution on behalf of the Chinese delegation. The Resolution 2209, which was adopted by 14 of the 15 Council members with Venezuela abstaining in the vote,… Read more »
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My dear brother Ziad and other friends here at the Syrper community,
I know this is beyond the Syria-focused discussion we have here- but progress on the Iraq front has implications on the war in Syria. So, if you have some interesting news/links on Iraq, kindly share.
Thanks in advance.

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Iran’s supreme Islamic leader Ayatollah Kahmenei has suffered major organ failures and is likely to be dead by this weekend POSSIBLY VERY IMPORTANT: There are well entrenched internet rumors going around this morning which claim that Iran’s supreme Islamic leader Ayatollah Kahmenei has suffered major organ failures and is likely to be dead by this weekend. All happened on the eve of purim. HMMMMMMmmmmm . . . Evidently he has had cancer for a while (probably compliments of the CIA) but even with that considered, if this proves to be more than rumor I would guess he was poisoned after… Read more »
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The other scenario could be that alongside the current talks with are approaching agreement (they are already cooperating on many issues anyway) and Khamanei’s ill health, he might just decide to quietly retire from public life and allow a transformation of the Iranian system to take place. The other situation is a potential conflict between different sides over the direction o the country.

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from India, I recommend the following twitter accounts, no need to have an account yourself, just follow it through the web. They are the best out thereon Iraq.

https://twitter.com/sumerrising

https://twitter.com/ejmalrai

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The hardships Russia is going through right now is primarily because of Syria, and because it would not abandon it and Iran. Many would say that Ukraine is its most important ally and partner, so imagine the difficult position it is in, and how carefully and intelligently it must dance. Certain forces are trying to draw it into an open all out confrontation and/or isolate it outright, in which case Iran and Syria become stepping stones. Russia and Iran make a strategic alliance/partnership, which others will be drawn to very quickly, while Its foes will attempt anything and everything to… Read more »
teevee
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You see Jason, you don’t have to be a genius to have good common sense.
Well done Annon.

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“Russia is going through all hardships right now primarily because it would not abandon Syria and Iran” No, Russia is suffering the results of its own geostrategic stupidity and chronic inability to make robust allies. Just take the example of Iran … instead of aiding it to build up a solid air defence system against the incessant Yanki/Zionist threats of warcriminal aggression since 2001, Russia both conspired with its enemies in the UNSC sanctions blackmail scheme of this past 10 years and reneged on delivering essential weapons it had already bought and paid for. How, with that record, could Iran… Read more »
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One last thing before I call it a day. We have won, I’ve been saying this for a few days now and not getting much love, but i’m gonna keep repeating it. here is why. first of all when I say we I mean the resistance forces that includes Iran, Syria, Iraq, Hezbollah and now Yemen. Secondly, take a look around the region, just a few years ago Israel was the undisputed power they could dictate their mandate to everyone. Today their leader must go to US congress hat in hand and ask for help. They have to really reconsider… Read more »
Grand European Tour – Russian Style
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Grand European Tour – Russian Style

Russian humor? I hope not!

Interview With a Devil
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Harold Wallace Rosenthal spilled the beans about Zionist control in 1976 during a taped interview with Walter White Jr. that was later transcribed into manuscripts. Everybody must keep in mind here that these are not the Jews talked about in the Bible or the chosen people of God. They are the ones spoken about in Revelation 2:9 and 3:9 – the fake Jews. The ones that say they are Jews but are not, the Synagogue of satan. These people are not semitic at all and are originally from Khazaria. Genome studies have proven that 98% of those that claim to… Read more »
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Hypocrite-France? Cartoonist Zeon Arrested for Anti-Zionist Work Published on Friday, 06 March 2015 11:23 PNN/Paris The French cartoonist Zeon was arrested Tuesday morning by four police officers of the Brigade of repression of delinquency people (BRDP). At 7am four police officers woke the cartoonist to take him before the judge to the High Court Instance of Paris. A complaint appears to have been filed by the BNVCA (National Bureau of Vigilance against Anti-Semitism). The complaint seems to refer to the drawing – for which Zeon had yet been released last year by the 17th chamber – representing a balance and… Read more »
(BRDP).
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(BRDP).

Quick reminder on the BNVCA

The National Bureau of Vigilance against Racism and Anti-Semitism was founded by the Commissioner of Police Sammy Ghozlan in March 2002 with Union support Jewish bosses of France and the Word and Light Association (offshoot of the Simon Center Wiesenthal).

According BNVCA site itself, this organization has a unique community privilege to make complaints of “anti-Semitic aggression.”

"The Jews ran over my scapegoat!"
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"The Jews ran over my scapegoat!"

“Jews” a group of people compromising 0.002% of the world’s population yet drawing unproportional amount of political power and influence,Wake up people, stop being so politically correct. It’s time to stand up for Truth,Freedom and Cartoonists.

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I can’t believe how many pro-Iranian voices post here. Iran is fighting a proxy war in Syria as much as anyone else and with as little regard to welfare of Syrian People or their Nation. Assad should bend over and kiss some Nato boots, and then proceed to collect a few billion in US aid each year. What is all this talk about being part of a “resistance”. Resistance to what? Resistance to Israel which can be forced to compromise only through peaceful activism anyway? Resistance to NATO payoff money in the billions annually like Egypt and Jordan? Syria was… Read more »
Shekel addicted trolls
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Peace with zionist is not possible,Jews don’t want peace they are satanic war mongers,and you say that Syria should lean more towards the satanic west are you deluded?or a zionist? You obviously have no sense of pride.

As for Iran there son’s have shed blood for Syria,In my uneducated opinion that matters.
The Iranians are honorable decent fine upstanding highly educated people.It seems the weak willed who visit this site are being taken-in by jason and mentat constant bullshit.

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I for one never proposed anything like this slavish surrender-monkey lunacy.

Syria’s best option has always been to fight cleaner, harder and smarter with the help of whatever allies it can muster.

My main point is that Assad personally and probably a raft of his incompetent Generals are more a liability than a benefit in this existential war.

Jason
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‘As for Iran there son’s have shed blood for Syria’ This is a complete lie. They have shed their blood for the spreading of Iranian influence in the Arab world, Iraq has been given over to them with Yemen to follow, all with the connivance of the US/Israel. The US is acting as the air force of Iranian special forces and their Shiite militia gangs in Iraq in order to erase this Arab country off the map while Iran boasts it is fighting terrorism. Iran with its Kurdish allies and US/Israeli overlords now has its eyes set on Syrian and… Read more »
meanwhile in parallel universe somewhere
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meanwhile in parallel universe somewhere

Yes Jason it is a complete lie that Iran is even in Syria…as a matter of fact the whole holographic universe is a fiction…

Jason
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If you believe that Iran is defending the Baathist ‘regime’ in Damascus you are hallucinating, they are only furthering their own interests in Syria while playing up the propaganda of the ‘axis of resistance’ for the poor gullible fools who actually believe this nonsense in Syria.

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unchecked egocentricity

I’ve said it before and I will say it again,I hope time proves you wrong,
Anyway your opinions seem to be gaining more support which is sad,but I have to say I can’t recall any of your theories ever coming to fruition sometimes you’re close but no cigar yet,you’re on multiple strikeouts,and you will never win at this game with such terrible form.
You and mentat have been proven wrong on multiple occasions.
Honestly I do appreciate your combined cynicism,you two remind me of
Statler and Waldorf from the muppet show…
I just wonder who has got there arm up your ass???????

teevee
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teevee

so who’s interest are you furthering?

Khosrow
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You’re a moron. Go read about the roots of the Iran/ Syria alliance, little bitch.

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I am not a cynic, but do believe in an honest critique stripped of euphemisms.

Mentat
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Jason, are you really saying Iran created ISIS in cahoots with Israel in order to destroy Pan-Arab Nationalism?

That seems a bit hasty and not much supported by history.

Surely it was already dead and buried in its grave since about 1974 at latest, when the OPEC oil strike was broken and the petrodollar protection racket instituted?

Jason
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Pan Arabism may have died politically due to treachery but it is so closely connected with the people’s belief in various Arab countries that it ialways lives on. The recent so called bout of ‘Sisi mania’ was in fact a manifestation of the values of Arabism and by extension ‘Pan Arabism’ no matter how fraudulently the authorities there may have played on this uproar of feeling. Israel has always sought a political, military and social counterweight to ‘Pan Arabism’ which the Islamic Republic provided. Khomeini and ISIS both adopted the highly suspicious view that the liberation of the occupied territories… Read more »
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Hmmn, I’m confident those ‘fighters’ flying into Yemen are in fact commercial airliners, and severely doubt any Yanki seal of approval was sought or granted.

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You are beyond stupid if you think the US is happy about the rise of Iranian influence. You are ignorant of Middle Eastern history. You are ignorant of the links between the Alawis of Syria and Iranian Shia, you are ignorant of the geostrategic importance if controlling Yemen and the gates of the Red Sea. You are a miserable, cowardly rat, who lacking the testicles to do anything other than spew bullshit online all day, minimize the sacrifice my Iranian brothers have made for a Syria ruled by Dr. Assad, a Lebanon free and proud, an Iraq strong and resilient… Read more »
Mentat
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Khosrow, as you are [, I think, claiming to be] Iranian:

1. How do you feel about the 2009 Green Movement?

2. What would you see as an acceptable compromise for Iran with the Yanki nuclear blackmailers?

Khosrow
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1. The events of 2009, more than anything else, reflected the dissatisfaction of the westernized, generally well-educated Iranian urban upper-middle classes regarding the social constraints of the Islamic Republic. Of course, this class represents perhaps 15% of the general public yet they are politically conscious and savvy in terms of the dissemination of political ideology. Undoubtedly, various agentes provocateur working for various foreign intelligence services were active during the events in question, goading the north Tehran crowd on. The simple fact was that Dr. Ahmadinejad prevailed owing to strong support in south Tehran, as well as among the rural population,… Read more »
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I think the best evidence Iran has never sought a nuclear weapon is the history of the Tehran Research Reactor (TRR), which pokes a giant hole in the purposefully paranoiac propaganda of the Yanki/Zionist screechers about the dangers of a ‘weapons grade military nuclear capability’. This reactor manufactures medical radioisotopes, a legitimate NNPT civilian purpose, fueled since 1993 using U235 enriched to 20%, which in the industry is still considered Low-Enriched (LEU). But when this reactor was originally supplied to the Shah in 1967, it ran on 93% U235. That’s literally a weapons-grade HEU fuel, supplied by USA to a… Read more »
teevee
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teevee

I know I’m sorry we disappointed you. Next time we’ll weight our options.
There will be no resistance you can just move in and we will all lineup to kiss your boots.
Or we will free our homes from you and you will kiss our boots.
Yeh I think I’m going with option 2.

teevee
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Oh yeh one other point I forgot my Annon friend, So will NATO pay us these billion of dollars before we kiss boots or after? And one last thing. How much money do we need to pay to get you to packup your bags and move back to Eastern Europe? 100? 500? trillion? How much? I think if you can guarantee your move we’ll be able to raise the funds. Do we have a deal?

Cataro
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Cataro

This “anonymous” is good to remind everyone in SYRPER why our identification with the just cause of Syria. However , although I appreciate the help that Iran and Russia attach to Syria, we also know that this is not free and has some cost . In my case I’m with Syria and no one else (perhaps Hezbollah ) .
God bless Syria

Khosrow
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Go fuck yourself, mongrel. Iran has due regard for the people of Syria, and has in fact counseled Dr. Assad to be cautious regrading civilian casualties. You know not of what you blabber.

Revelation 3:9
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Revelation 3:9

I will make those who are of the synagogue of Satan, who claim to be Jews though they are not, but are liars—I will make them come and fall down at your feet and acknowledge that I have loved you.

Law Abiding Citizen
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Law Abiding Citizen

“I’m gonna bring the whole fuckin’ diseased, corrupt temple down on your head. It’s gonna be biblical. “

Lets go fly a kike
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Jews are fleeing from France and Ukraine
image: http://edge.liveleak.com/80281E/u/u/ll2/attention.gif
Part of channel(s): Ukraine (current event)
New theory suggests that Israel started the wars in Syria and Ukraine to force Jews escape to Israel in order to increase its population. And they deliberately allowed so many Muslims to enter EU so they can scare the jews out and into Israel.

Note that Israel did not publicly say a single word about Ukrainian conflict while as much as 35% of Israels population are Russian speaking Ukrainian and Russian Jews.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=abb_1425689265#xYDlYbKb7C3iKZ6y.99

pop
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Atta* bullshit Anti-Iranian-Persia-Agenda-Clod ( AIPAC ) boy.
Go to your proxy war traditionalist experts experienced with
pushing WWI and WWII and now for WWIII .

* In remembrance to Atta Ben Janus,
aka famous 911 expert pilot from EL-Al-Ciada
from whom ephemeral seen in an German MSM TV report
inside of one of his clandstine Hamburg flats a sweet little
altar of incense with a prominent menorah.

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19 posts by Jason on just one page, with one hundred and ten ‘likes!’ … and still rising! OMG, I wish I was so popular. Jason is clearly the “voice of the people.” Surely, with so many posts on Syper, Twitter and Live-leak, always with so many ‘likes’, he must be right and I must be wrong. I need to change my views. From now on, I follow Jason. Jason is right. Putin is evil. Iran has betrayed Syria. I must rejoin join the sheeple…. Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! Sorry Jason, it doesn’t really work that way. Give your index finger a break… Read more »
Anonymous
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This is a very ‘Likeable’ post. See, I’ve already ‘liked’ it myself 20 times. I’m special…

Anonymous
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Nay! Do not Dislike me! I’ve added 20 more Likes to offset your meanness!

Anonymous
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Nice one Oz

Hass
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PALESTEEZIAN? Ahahahaha!!…

This site’s informative. I like the writing style of Mr Ziad Fadel. Good read.

gbcd
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Terrorist leaders of ISIS killed by SAF and progress by SAA across the board

http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-wali-of-isis-and-several-other.html

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Lots of nonsense posting taking place here. I generally agree with teevee and canthama opinions, esp with teevee with regard to his opinion on russia. Keep posting.
Iran and hizbullah has proven to be unwavering true allies for syria. For this I would say, God bless Syria, Iran, Iraq, Hizbullah and the houthis in yemen. All are doing great jobs despite all odds.

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@ Mentat: As I am not privy to the evidence against Moussavi and Karoubi, I cannot judge whether their treatment has been fair or not. I can only say that if there is evidence against them, then house arrest has been a grand gesture of Islamic mercy on Seyed Ali’s part. If there is no evidence against them, they are victims of an internal power struggle among the children of the revolution, which occurs rather often in post-revolutionary years, cf. the French and Russian revolutions.

Khosrow
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If I may further expound, pour la clarte, the house arrest of Moussavi and Karoubi is indeed extra-judicial, and strictly speaking, unconstitutional. But were they to be put on trial, conviction and execution would be the likely result. Thus, in effect, Seyed Ali has been shielding them from the judiciary and other extremely hard line elements who would undoubtedly waste little time in dispatching two men who are widely considered to have been involved with foreign agents in 2009. The degree of their involvement is the real question, in fact.

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Thanks! I’m sure there’s some evidence of sedition against Moussavi, at least, as I remember at the time seeing his official Facebook page (in Farsi) with the profile proclaiming him (in English) to be the ‘President of Iran’. That was before he got lifted, so I was only surprised that it took so long. However, I think they don’t want the dubious ‘mercy’ of being shut up extra-legally, rather preferring a fair trial on whatever charges may officially be brought, as they have an MP in the Majlis now calling for to force the issue. Is there no concept equivalent… Read more »
Khosrow
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The Iranian constitution is based upon the concept of velayateh faqih. This translates roughly to “the rule of the jurist”, said jurist being the supreme leader, currently Seyed Ali Khamenei. What this in effect means is that the judicial system may be superceded by an edict of the faqih (supreme leader), in his capacity as holy custodian of the people, which is precisely what has happened here.
On habeas corpus, there is no equivalent in Islamic law, as this was a right earned by the barons of England on the battlefield!

Khosrow
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Ali Motahari is the MP to whom you referred earlier. He has argued that their detention is unconstitutional, and he is thereby calling into question the legal principle of velayateh faqih itself. Since the latter is theoretically the guiding principle of the nation it may supersede even the constitution, so the conservative argument goes. Yet even within the Principlist (conservative) camp, there are differences of opinion on this fundamental legal question.

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It sounds like a not-quite-established doctrine of Papal infallibility. Are these ‘edicts of the faqih’ normally published and is there precedent for this degree of action against the Constitution? If no corresponding ‘edict’ has been published in this case and there is no precedent that would seem to favour the view that this is a rather questionable practice, akin to Bush the Lesser’s thuggish habit of casually disappearing anyone he pleased into Guantanamo for an indeterminate stretch, merely by virtue of his armed kidnappers roaming the Earth and a politically complicit Supreme Court on standby to either refuse to hear… Read more »
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Extra-judicial decrees by the faqih that touch upon the liberty of a citizen are extremely rare, the one in question being the only one of Khamenei’s tenure that comes to mind. All fatwas, or decrees, of the faqih are published and announced as a matter of course. Communiques from the supreme leader’s office usually announce policy decisions. What is more, as I have mentioned above, the house arrest decree in this case has actually served to protect Moussavi and Karoubi, for if they were freed, they would surely fall victim to assassination by hard line elements, and if put on… Read more »
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In this case, though, I suspect Khamenei did not publicly pronounce any decree in relation to them at all, as it seems there is no-one who claims actual responsibility for keeping them locked up. This would make any argument that he has acted in his official capacity seem all the more tenuous. You obviously don’t hold out much hope for a fair trial either, as you preclude the possibility of exhoneration and adopt the patronizing approach that the illegal incarceration is a legitimate way for the State to ‘save’ them from itself, without ever having to provide any proof of… Read more »
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I don’t think you’re fully aware of the degree to which politics is personal in Iran, a nation only 36 years removed from 2500 years of monarchy. Moussavi, having been an original revolutionary and a member of the inner spectrum of the ruling elite, caused deep [personal] offense to Seyed Ali by his actions in 2009, which led to a personal reaction, in the vein of a family squabble, if you will. Iran is an ancient country, and politics from time immemorial has revolve around personal connections and relationships. As to whether a public decree was made, I can assure… Read more »
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I’m fully aware that all politics is personal, as humans are essentially the same everywhere and all have at least 2500 years of history behind them.

OTOH, I would agree that some political systems are better than others at checking the abuses of those who have become too accustomed to power.

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Ironically, it appears that Mr Motahari, the sole MP who calls for strictly following the law in this case, is himself now being threatened with prosecution for ‘slander’.

In other words, the mess proceeds from bad to worse.

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Motahari, himself a Principlist (conservative), reflects the divide within that camp regarding the scope of the faqih’s power. He has spoken what others have thought and continue to think regarding the role of the faqih in governance. He has strong conservative credentials, however, thus ill treatment of him is unlikely.

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Appreciated.

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