2014 DR. PANGLOSS AWARDS GO TO 2 AMERICANS AND 1 ENGLISHMAN

Once again it the solemn duty of the Board of Governors of Syrian Perspective in New York City to announce the winners of the 2014 Dr. Pangloss Awards for those 3 rare individuals whose opinions are inevitably wrong and who have been able, through cunning, chicanery or connections, to remain in their positions despite all the countervailing facts and the utter pointlessness of their very existences.  In 2013, the award was given to FU`AAD (“I’m really Iranian”) AJAMI, Professor of Political Science, JOSHUA (“I have an Alawite wife”) LANDIS , professor of something or another about Syria in a Dust Bowl state and ANDREW (“I have only a Masters degree”) TABLER, regular “consultant” to the New York Times which constantly tells us that he is “fluent” (tee hee hee) in Arabic.  Fortunately, Fu`aad Ajami slipped the bonds of earth after a bout with prostate cancer in June of 2014 – almost as though he wanted to avoid being re-awarded this coveted prize.

Always sporting a louche smirk indicating acceptance into the world of Cabalistic Zionism, ‘Ajami wowed entrenched Jewry with his smooth, anti-Arab talk and accented fustian.  He will not be missed.

 

Our second winner is Joshua Landis whose pronouncements, qua “expert” on Syria, are regularly quoted by the same nimrods who rush to hear the Delphic eructations of the Syrian Lavatory for Human Blight in England.  Landis puts the emphasis on “sectarianism” whenever he regales the torpid crowds of scarf-clad Washingtonian spinsters and dipsomaniacal, cottage-cheese-complected spooks-cum-journalists anxiously hanging on every word he mutters through his buck teeth, sputtering out such testimony to his infallibility as: “You know, my wife is an Alawi” – the not-so-subtle reference to especial insight into the workings of the nefarious Alawis of Syria which only his wife can fathom.  Oooh. Aaaah.  In one side-splitting discourse on Syria in the summer of 2013, which your illustrious editor watched, gob-smacked and all, at 3:00 a.m. during a surging hunger pang occasioned by drinking too much Glendronach and spring water,  Landis gave away the hokum he’s been telling the agape CIA and Foggy Bottom crowd in D.C. even before 2011,  that sectarianism will overcome all and that minorities in Syria had better get used to the new Islamization of their country.

No, Ziad. He’s just an All-American boy. But,with a name like “Landis”, which is usually associated with Jewish people, (e.g. John Landis the Judeo-atheist director), I have my suspicions.  I don’t know, I think they look alike.

John Landis, seen here smiling for the cameras directed “Trading Places” and is notorious for the direction of the Twilight Zone movie in which 3 actors, including Vic Morrow and 2 child actors of oriental descent died when a helicopter crashed on them decapitating the veteran Mr. Morrow.  I still think he looks like Joshua Landis.  Okay. Okay.  Maybe it’s a slight resemblance.

 

Our second nominee is the hopeless and ever-befuddled Andrew Tabler whose utterly un-trenchant responses to the NYT’s reporters always involves something like…. “Oh, he’s finished”….”It’s just a matter of a short time”………”He’s on his way to Coventry”…….”He will want to avoid prosecution for war crimes” and so many other pithy comments relating to the longevity of our president, Dr. Bashar Al-Assad.   What is amazing is that Tabler has lasted for so long himself in a world where being right (sometimes, at least) is a sine qua non for prime time appearances to face the granite-like stares of mainstream hypocrites acting as journalists.  He, like Landis, has been simply wrong about everything and only God knows how many spooks and “analysts” he has led astray with his remarkable record of lapses, goofs and bungles.

High on Sterno, Tabler exudes knowledge acquired the night before while playing alone with his Ouija Board.  But you haven’t lived until you hear him speaking in Arabic to Landis or Robert Ford.  

 

AND NOW, THE NEW THIRD RECIPIENT OF THE DR. PANGLOSS AWARD.  IT COULDN’T HAVE GONE TO A MORE DESERVING ENGLISHMAN.  HE IS NONE OTHER THAN: SCOTT LUCAS!!!  (wild applause).  Who is he, you ask?

Rough night at the local pub?  Hmmm.  Well, that’s pretty much what you get when you turn to his poorly-read and hilariously tendentious (or, biased) “news” site where his support for terrorism and cannibalism are there in full view.    

 

He teaches American studies at the University of Birmingham which makes him an expert, you see, on Syria.  This wretched specimen of gelatinized English head cheese is renowned for a condition that is almost epidemic in old Albion – called “Baggerspion” which in German is “the uncontrollable urge to stick your head into boarded up construction sites”.  Having done this for most of his adult life, he developed a condition similar to chronic subdural hematomas leading to brain death.  Try reading his “eaworldview” just once and you’ll know exactly what we mean. Don’t visit it too often even if you manage to expectorate some chuckles.  See if you can figure out for whom he works.  Could it be the unlucky Univ. of Birmingham?  Could it be Madame Banana?  Or maybe, he’s jockeying for some emolument to keep the pallor in his British face at the right shade of pale/morbid.  Whatever it is, he keeps openly supporting “rebels” (i.e. cannibals) as they cut a wide swath of mayhem and murder across Syria.  This rat-supporter actually is given license to teach a new generation (of mostly Pakistani) students in the City of Birmingham the kind of nonsense he spews out in his risible, mostly-invisible bedpan of a website.

Seemingly a Rami Abdul-Rahman clone, Lucas fancies himself a broadcaster of knowledge about Syria, the Middle East and Russia.  No matter what nonsense Abdul-Rahman spurts, you will find it in Lucas’ depraved website.  If SOHR says the rats have occupied “all” Idlib, 5 will get you 1, you’ll see It repeated religiously in his posts.  No Arabic language to speak of, he cannot read original source material placing him at the mercy of the professional liars who have made his “sceptered isle” their home.

All winners of the Dr. Pangloss Award will receive a statuette of the illustrious Voltairian optimist and Leibnitzian quack.  They will also receive a SyrPer favorite: a lifetime subscription to the magazine “Awake” published by the Jehovah’s  Witnesses along with full-body rubber waders to be used whenever their b.s. gets chest deep, an apparently daily occurrence.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

If you missed Dr. Assad’s interview with that degenerate, Charlie Rose, here it is with subtitles:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyW9Uz_vv1A&feature=youtu.be


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Anonymous
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Do you have any info on the story that the rebels have entered the refugee camp six kilometers from Dr. Assad’s home? Love your reporting; hard to get any truth from Western Media!

Ben Feinstein
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The rebels were always in control of it. But recently ISIS pushed in and tried to drive the rebels out, but apparently the rebels recaptured most of it.

castro
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castro

Was just a propaganda-stand! IS forces are out of the camp. Even the mentioned Scott Lucas was reporting it in a radiointerview.

Mark Doerfleer
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Is Landis related to Assad? They share the same features and might attend the same temple?

Erdal
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Comfirmed: Iran completed the delivery of ten SU-22m4 to Syria…

david
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unfortunately these planes are well past their used by date. obsolete jumk

Thierry the French
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Thierry the French

This is the latest model SU22 is an efficient and robust jet, already present in the Syrian Air Force.
If properly maintained they will be very valuable.

GCG
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Not against Takfari Rats they’re not. Besides IRI has been known to modernize and enhance. Still 10 blimps if used wisely can find their use in this war. +10 rocks better than -10. You’ll be surprised what you can do with a well placed rock.

Cataro
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They are old but efficient aircraft , and unlike the MIG21 still uses Syria , have a great capacity for bombs and air-ground missiles , just have to fly high to avoid Manpads

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Those manpads will find their way to European airfields one day and shoot down European airliners. I would not fly if i was any of you. Even since i checked planes for bombs on Schiphol 25 years ago i have never ever flown a plane again. To many easy ways to get a bomb on board of a plane. It is a swiss cheese full of holes, airport security.

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I haven’t seen the terrorist goat herders use a MANPAD since 2012/2013 lol. I bet you they do have some around and sadly ISIS and co. do have some old Syrian AA batteries. Whether they could turn them on clearly not.

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Well aimed shot with ATGM or RPG near a runway will have the exact same results. Experienced mercenaries from London bankers are capable of knocking out vehicles with these even if they first have to make a corner and are behind houses. Some of these Jihadists from Iraq and Syria are grandmasters in firing these weapons. Shooting down a landing plane or a plane that takes off will be childplay to these experienced operators of such weapons.

DO NOT FLY EUROPEANS NEVER EVER IN YOUR LIFE

Anonymous
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Better than a bunch apes in the air in old MIGs aka isis

That African Kid
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SU22 still could take on the latest generation of fighters and definitely shoot down any bomber.

You won’t be saying all that if one was above you trying to blow you to shit.

gimli
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No that was Iraq

Erdal
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iraq received su-25, never ever dare to correct me again, cuz i wouldn’t post here anything i was not sure of.

Canthama
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It seems this crap looking Lucas deserve this prestigious award, honestly he is a nobody to me and will continue to be like that always.

A moment of truth approaching the conflict in Yemen, ground invasion about to happen, conflict escalation would then be inevitable. Let it come.

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I checked latly terrain partten in Yemen…What are the saudis thinking about invading such territory ? Mountain warfare is super hard, they just don’t have specialist for it. If Iran supplies Manpads to counter helicopter factor, than Saudis are just in for years of money sucking conflict.

Maybe thats their plan? Money transfers to USA to support their Military complex? I am sure Royal famaly doesn’t give a fuck neither how many of Yemenis die , nor how many of their mercenary pakistany\bangladeshi scum.

Canthama
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Last I heard, their main intention is to take the key ports, in red sea and the gulf of Aden, but they are also attempting to put pressure on the Houtis homeland, north of Yemen, mainly to divert their attention. Houtis were damn clear today, a single bomb dropped today in Yemen would mean invasion of KSA. An important aspect is Pakistan, they have a defense agreement with KSA that if invaded Pakistan must defend it, so that is a wild card in this whole conflict. Wonder how China can influence down Pakistan not to get involved, sonce China is… Read more »
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Pakistani slaves dying for a Saudi wahhabi regime that finances terror across the muslim world, incl. Pakistan itself. What a perverted reality (assuming your claim about the defence pact is true)

Sad Guy
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Yeah, as I said before Yemen is similar to Afghanistan, it’s a nasty terrain for an invasion force.

Cataro
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I guess the invasion began in the desert to east of the country where there are still forces that are loyal to Hadi, that allow them to “Sunni coalition” make the world believe that their forces had a successful and fast forward. Invading ports even made sense when Hadi had forces in Aden, but the Houthis were more rapid

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Probably the Saudi plan involves buying Yemeni tribes and bolstering the coalition of Yemeni mercenaries with other mercanaries from wherever they can get it. The end of that dream would be all Sunni, well armed and financed, will wipe out the Houthi tribes. The downside of that not thought through scenario is that it would be a pretext for an al Qaida Emirat Yemen that would immediately try to expand into KSA.

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They are reports that nassib crossing felt in daraa, any one have info?

gimli
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Unclear SANA mentions it but only reposition of forces rebels claim they took it yesterday and other medias jumped on bandwagon.

fr.cnd
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I hope its just that, wouldnt be the first time its declared taken by the rebels.

Anonymous
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As promised by US/Israel:

WE-MUST-BOMB-IRAN!
And, ISIS should do well in removing Assad!

What say you, Mr. Z, SAA and friends?

Pozitronkx
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As always, US is broke, http://www.usdebtclock.org/, the wars did not go well, who will pay for the bombs, your daugther working for a Saudi sheik ?

Anonymous
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Poz I think daughter/wife is blowing the wahabees you may be right

Queen o bama
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As promised by Iran they handed you your arse in Lebanon 2006

As promised by Novorussia they handed you your arse in the Donbass

As promised by Al Qaeda they handed you your arse in Iraq Afghanistan

Iran had to save your sorry ass in Iraq Watch and learn you gobshite Zio

david
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. i think they promised success in iraq, libya, afghanistan and ukraine. syrian war was to be over in several months. you can only judge a promise by previous promises. and the score card is promises 100. results 0
you should be wishing for diplomacy to work. war will see everyone destroyed including your own country. and that is a promise that is a 100% certainty

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I would love it, israel declaring war on iran without the states to back them, mass suicide of israel airplanes overthere. Its needed actually, isreal has to attack and seal its fate once and for all.

Nobilitatis
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Who would promise what kind of success in Ukraine? Ukraine got invaded by Russian forces. So what would a success look like? Ukraine untouched? As promised by Russia in the Budapest accord in exchange for the nuclear weapons? [I seriously hope Iran got that message – do not exchange your nuclear lifesaver for any international treaty!]
By that account we have a very large number of success stories. All the countries that did not get invaded.

Carlos Peligro
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Nobilitatis, Obama violated the Budapest Memo BC (Before Crimea)

3: “to refrain from economic coercion designed to subordinate to their own interest the exercise by Ukraine of the rights inherent in its sovereignty and thus to secure advantages of any kind”

Clear evidence indicates that U.S. funds were a force multiplier for several opposition groups on Maidan working to overthrow Yanukovych.
Speaking to the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation Conference on December 16, 2013, Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland announced, “We have invested more than five billion dollars … to promote Ukraine to the future it deserves.”

Nobilitatis
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1) However Russia did not declare what you wrote as it would be indicated in the Memorandum. 2) You do not make a difference between “Obama” where there is no proof of “economic coercion” and a possible membership to the EU what you probably meant. Which would be inside the souvereignty of any country choosing that. 3) And it hardly allowed to occupy parts of the country that got the guarantee. That is something impossible to talk away. 4) And finally economic coercion is exactly what Russia did before with Janukowitch. But, the point was that nobody promised any success… Read more »
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there was not a shot fired by russia. how was that an invasion. russia had 25,000 troops already in crimea. why would crimea vote to go to a bankrupt EU? Quite rightly they voted to go with russia. seeing that 60% of them are russian. if russia really invaded ukraine they would be in kiev in a few hours. what happened was a democratic government was overthrown by the west. end result for ukraine., disaster

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Nob, better get that Russophobia treated, you have a serious case.
Odd you should identify NATO’s evil in Syria, yet swallow its BS re Donbass.
Russians invade Ukraine? Evidence? One piece. You got nothing.
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“We want neither nationalists, nor oligarchs here … My grandfather fought his way to Berlin, and I cannot betray him, betray what he was fighting for.”
– protester at Slavyansk, East Ukraine
* Let’s all hope they don’t have to schlep on over to Berlin, again!

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1) If I have “Russophobia” because I am against Invasion of other countries I have also “Israelophobia”, “Islamophobia”, “Sinophobia”, “Antiamericanism” and so on. 2) There is no “NATO” in Syria. There are takfiri groups. Turkey supports them and is a NATO member. NATO is not happy about it. It would be better to admit that it is complicated. The money comes from gulf states. If you mix up everything you get that results. 3) It does not matter what individual people declare. Similar with the “activist” guys who love democracy and do not want to kill minorities in Syria. Fact… Read more »
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Ukraine was a target of a US neocon-zionist engineered coup (using neonazi boneheads, euro mercenaries and chechen “jihadists”, among others), placing the jewish oligarchs in controlling positions of Ukraine. Apparently they are dreaming of building a new Khazaria, containing Russia, and/or even start a massive world war (again).

Crimea has been culturally Russian for long and is an important base. Of course Russia was not going to give it up just because Washington installed an anti-Russian regime in Kiev.

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Maybe the people in Paris and London do not like nuclear holocaust. The faith of Syria is connected to this faith with those people enjoying their coffee and cup of tea. They can all act ignorant. They can all act stupid. Thy can all hide behind their governments. They may not be interested in the wars that their governments organise, but these wars are interested in them.

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hehe Yason? Again posting as annon. Gutless wonder.

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no bombing Iran nor removing Assad. IS NECESSARY..you dirty SHOLOM TROLL…ALL IS REQUIRED IS A DRASTIC INTERVENTION ON YOUR SHRINKING ZIONIST BRAIN….

DaGenerallion
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Saudi will soon be suck in to a blood bath that they cannot win ,it will be there Afganistan and like the USA they will leave with there tails between there legs

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What a fantastic Interview by our President. What a great statesman. So proud to be a Syrian.

Cataro
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Syrian Anonymus, I invite you to choose a name and partakers of the comments. As the war affect you personally would appreciate very much your views

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That Lucas fellow has a face only a mother could love and maybe not even her. Or is he a clone or part alien grey? ZIAD-ZIAD READ THIS PLEASE. I mentioned a few posts back that mentad was missing that day when you had all those negative posts on here questioning the accuracy of your Idlib posts(((you can see them here March 28th, 2015 10:42 am 451 comments Read more at https://syrianperspective.com/#CTpjIQSWrblasoiJ.99)). Well he was kind enough to answer in a nice way.HOWEVER he then also posted another one that was disturbing in a way.He POSTED -in that post 3… Read more »
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you answered your own question. Troll central strategy COINTELPRO…’Cherry Picking for Shlomo’ Don’t be ‘that guy’…Dick Hurtz the useful fool.

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Voltaire's Folly

Voltaire obviously never understood Liebniz’s work including his symbolic logic. His ridicule only wears thinners as time passes. Modern computing owes Liebniz a debt, and I suspect future scientific breakthroughs will emerge as a result of revisiting his metaphysics.

Cataro
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That was a mental break, Thanks, for a second I forgot about the war

gbcd
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Good news for those in favor of resistance against terrorism

Is Saudi Arabia finally going to get what it desrves?.

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“Baggerspion” – funny, I never heard that word in my lifetime. “Bagger” translates into English as excavator or dredger. My 4 year old son likes them much.

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I’ve remarked about this scott lucas before. I’m not sure if it is because of some genome damage or he was pulled out of his mother’s womb with the jaws of life, or if his mother took her morning coffee with a dash of uranium but simply looking at him tells you he isn’t right. Clean shaven like that he looks like a mutant burn victim. With facial hair he looks like someone in a bad disguise in the witness protection program. I think there may be some hope for him if he was stricken with a case of adult… Read more »
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That’s some funny stuff.

fiddlestix
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Naseeb Border Crossing captured by militants https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=57&v=KObq5zKjn-4

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Ansarulah (Houthis) have captured the Presidential Palace in Aden, thus highlighting the gross ineptitude of the Saudi baboons.

Queen o bama
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Ziad introduces Dr Pangloss to the Syper community See below

Via Voltaire. I give you Dr. Pangloss, professor of “métaphysico-théologo-cosmolonigologie” …

Dr Pangloss viz a viz Scott Lucas = Deputy Dawg talks crime with Sherlock Holmes

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US-EU ‘Transatlantic Renaissance’ Plan Falling Apart At Seams While the US President urges his Western allies to rally support for Washington’s stance on the most burning international issues, he should not be surprised that consensus is hard to come by, notes David J. Karl, pointing to the fact Barack Obama has repeatedly snubbed the continent’s leaders s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m The “continuing ructions” in the US relations with its Western allies caused by Obama’s failure to develop strong ties with European leaders have ultimately overshadowed Washington’s plan of a… Read more »
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Saudi Ambassador Denies Ground Troops Deployment to Yemen

Earlier in the day, media reported that dozens of foreign troops had disembarked at the Yemeni Aden port hours after Houthi rebels advanced into the southern Yemeni city. A member of Ansar Allah movement, Ahmad Al-Shami, told Sputnik that the foreign soldiers had landed from Saudi and Egyptian ships

“We don’t have formal Saudi troops in Aden. The issue of using ground troops is always on the table, but the decision will be made depending on the circumstances and the need,” Adel al-Jubeir said.

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Graham Sheehan
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Confirmed: Naseeb border crossing with Jordan has been taken by rebels

Pictures and video: http://eaworldview.com/2015/04/syria-daily-fighting-with-islamic-state-inside-yarmouk-camp-in-southern-damascus/#naseeb

Anonymous
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These filthy smelly slaves of Israel need to grow up fast before it’s too late.

Bunch of clowns! 🙂 🙂

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My information is they did not take it ,it was given to them as the SAA moved to more defendable positions because the Jordanians closed the border and put there army units there .The Jordanians also said they will not allow al nusra to control the crossing so we will see what happens

radioyaran
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Is the Syrian army now totally losing the initiative and control?
– loss of Idlib
– loss of Bosra al Sham
– loss of Naseeb
– IS now in yarmouk camp

Anonymous
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Relax! Syria is in good hands 😉

Anonymous
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Jihadi Radioyaran you left out

loss of Idlib
– loss of Bosra al Sham
– loss of Naseeb
– IS now in yarmouk camp
– loss of any radioyaran credibility

idiot

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BREAKING NEWS!

Breakthrough Deal Reached at Iran Nuclear Talks

Iranian President Rouhani said via Twitter that solutions on key parameters of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear issue had been reached.

Solutions on key parameters of Iran #nuclear case reached. Drafting to start immediately, to finish by June 30th

Anonymous
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Wise decision indeed 🙂 🙂

Tunisia to Offer Olive Branch to Syria

Tunisian authorities announced on Thursday that they are planning to restore diplomatic ties with Syria by reopening a consulate in the country.

The country’s authorities also invited the Syrian ambassador to return to Tunisia.

According to Tunisian Foreign Minister Taieb Bakouch, his country may also revive its diplomatic ties with neighboring Libya.

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the Thylacine
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Ziad, a worthy encomium on the ludicrous Landis, pyjama-boy Ajami, and Lucas, whose output I have mercifully been spared. Keep Anne-Marie Slaughter on the list for future awards — she regularly barks for the invasion of Syria.
Remember the words of the Good Doctor — “We live in the best of all possible worlds. All is according to the will of God, and there is nothing to do but praise Him, and pass the ammunition” – (I made that last bit up)

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