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Syria - eyewitness accounts

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Syria - eyewitness accounts


Sources of information - as sources of drinking water.

You will be “drinking” information from the BBC, Al-Jazeera or some “independent-new” newspaper - you will become a kid.
One of my acquaintances is an active blogger and an even more active organizer of the parent movement against the introduction of juvenile justice in Russia; rally in St. Petersburg Mikhail Bogdanov got the opportunity to get in touch with his acquaintance living in Damascus.

Here is the first-hand information about events in Syria ...

Source

“Events in Syria, which are so deeply disturbing to the“ world civilized society ”, have come to the fore today in news news agency tapes. We are told that people who are outraged by the "unjust and oppressive regime" are trying to overthrow this very regime.

However, remembering history With Libya and a number of other countries in the north of the African continent, these statements by the media and politicians cause more and more doubts among viewers. And the main question that arises here is why suddenly “the people rebelled against the authorities”. He lived before that for thirty years calmly, and then he went out into the streets with weapons in hand. And, by the way, where did the "people" come from with very specific weapons, such as grenade launchers and sniper rifles, which are shown on television?

To try to understand what is happening and to make sure that the information coming from Syria is true, we will try to record events, receiving information from various sources: from the residents of Damascus and from the aforementioned media, we have the opportunity today ...
So, let's begin.

According to the information of our compatriot who today works directly in Damascus (we will not name his position and name yet), the situation in the city is calm, and only a cannonade is heard from time to time - these are troop formations “smoked” by provocateurs - militants from the outlying residential areas of the city.

The tactics of these people, armed with machine guns and sniper rifles, are simple: they, in groups of 50 - 100 fighters, penetrate into a residential area, disperse through the streets and begin shooting at the military, who will be noticed: at roadblocks, at patrols, along separately moving military.

Here it should be clarified what Damascus “residential neighborhoods” are. Remember the episode with the hero Andrei Mironov in "The Diamond Arm", when he got lost in a Mediterranean city? He ran there through the streets where the two cyclists would not go, and where from one house you can go to another, located on a nearby street? This is a typical eastern city - the same is arranged, for example, old Jerusalem, and so is Damascus. Accordingly, in such areas it is very easy to hide, move unnoticed, and arrange all kinds of ambushes.

So, for example, the minaret of the parish on the outskirts of Damascus, from where the militant fired for some time at targeted representatives of the "bloody regime", became the ambush site for one of the snipers the other day. The sniper was aiming his victims until they planted him on tank - the most effective, albeit unfriendly way to neutralize not only a combat unit, but also the firing point itself. Now the minaret gapes with a huge hole in the "workplace" of the muezzin and, most likely, cannot be restored.

When I asked why the militants should arrange these ambushes and armed clashes, my interlocutor said that, apparently, their task is to destabilize the situation in the city, to force the situation. And, quite possibly, the main thing is to demonstrate to the world that “the battles are already going on in Damascus itself”. The effectiveness of these “battles” is almost nonexistent, especially after the new defense minister announced a new tactic to combat terrorists: a total sweep of the areas where they are found. The previous leaders of military operations, who died as a result of the 18 terrorist attack, tried to “negotiate” with the militants and “smoke out” them from residential areas only with the help of scatter work. A new tactic of government troops is reduced to the fact that the quarter in which the militants were found is blocked, residents are evacuated from it, and then tanks, specially introduced for this purpose, are now working in the city, along the firing points of the militants. And no opportunity to "come to terms" - only a total sweep of the quarter.

This, of course, is not a peaceful process at all, but the militants do not go to peaceful conditions, arguing that they are not going to put up with the “Assad regime”. And since Assad is none other than the legitimate leader of the country and his “regime”, this is legitimate authority, the people of Damascus, with whom my interlocutor has to communicate, are not at all against such tough measures. By the way, the locals treat the Russians and the position of Russia in relation to the conflict in Syria with undisguised respect, and the portraits of Assad hang in almost all public places: cafes, shops, hairdressing salons ...

This situation in the “burning war” of Damascus is observed by the eyes of my old comrade and friend at the moment. We agreed with him that we would call each day and that, if possible, he would tell what he saw — heard — learned — in the past tense. Since he is not a journalist, he refused to write, but he promised to share his impressions by phone on a daily basis. Well, I will try to expose his stories in text form and pass them on to readers in Russia. This will be a kind of response to the messages of “unnamed residents of Damascus”, on whose “opinion” the information policy of “independent media” telling about the horrors of “Assad’s crimes” and his military junta. "
The next communication session is in the evening 23.07.2012. ”

PS From myself I will add - I completely agree that the main goal of the "cannon fodder" that the militants threw into the streets of Damascus is to create the appearance of a "struggle" and "rebellion" of the people. Fools and mercenaries die on the streets of the Syrian capital ... for the sake of the picture on the TV of the western man in the street. And in the end - for the sake of pushing the UN resolution with the resolution of the intervention.

Remember throwing independent journalists about Gaddafi’s flight from Libya and the massive transfer of Libyan army soldiers "to the side of the people." After the terrorist attack in Damascus, a wave of the same lies started: allegedly B. Assad fled, and the army "moves" to another camp. "
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  1. Vanek
    Vanek 26 July 2012 06: 51
    +3
    but the militants do not agree to peaceful conditions, citing the fact that they are not going to put up with “Assad’s regime”

    And I myself will not give it to anyone else.
    1. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 26 July 2012 07: 59
      +14
      Well, the Qatari dad pays for the dazhenka, the mattress dad for scalps also pays why not to cut women, children, old people, because for this money and absolution from Gila Klitor and all the shitty mankind in her harassment are given. So cut, torture, kill .... walk the flaw others are to blame.
    2. Dmitriy69
      Dmitriy69 26 July 2012 08: 29
      +16
      The other day, the states explicitly stated that they would not condemn the terrorist attack in Damascus. It turns out that terrorists are bad and good, but the trouble is that both are represented by an alkaeda
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 26 July 2012 09: 02
        +12
        Quote: Dmitriy69
        Turns out terrorists are bad and good

        If a terrorist receives a salary from the hands of a CIA employee, then he is not a terrorist, but a revolutionary. Current, as it were, later, these revolutionaries did not begin to promote their ideas in the United States; sooner or later, the amers would stop making wages when they achieved their goals. And then the bearded will begin to take themselves. First, the CIA employees will be slaughtered, there may be money in their pockets, and then in the employer's homeland, al Qaeda will again become the enemy. Vicious circle.
        1. dreamer
          dreamer 26 July 2012 10: 07
          +7
          It's funny to look at the videos that the opponents of Assad post on the Internet, shooting, screaming "rats" sneaking from time to time hiding near the wall and shooting somewhere, and 5 steps away are peaceful citizens who do not care that a movie about "the horrors of the regime" is being shot here. Yesterday there was news that Turkey and Lebanon are tightly blocking their borders, but they did not specify whether they block in two directions or there will be a nipple system. In general, first of all, it is necessary to establish strict control on the border (with the help of troops, special forces and minefields). By blocking the flow of mercenaries, you can severely crush the remaining ones, but what is happening now is an attempt to bail out the stream with a bucket
          1. alexng
            alexng 26 July 2012 10: 39
            +2
            Yes, of course, utter dregs
            And for the trolls, a fragment from the article would have come at a time.
            You will “drink” information from the BBC, Al-Jazeera or some kind of “independent-new” newspaper - you will become a “kid”.

            Although hamsters hooked on this noodle are difficult to convince, the level of intelligence does not reach the necessary level capable of independently evaluating what is happening.

            and what’s happening now is an attempt to scoop out a stream with a bucket


            Yeah, instead of pulling the cork out of the bathtub to drain the water, they scoop it up with a mug.
    3. Neutral
      Neutral 26 July 2012 12: 08
      +5
      For example, the minaret of a parish on the outskirts of Damascus, where the fighter had been shooting for some time at the bloody regime, became the ambush site for one of the snipers. The sniper targeted his victims until it was planted out of the tank - the most effective, albeit non-pleasing way to neutralize not only the combat unit, but also the firing point itself. Now the minaret gapes a huge hole in the muezzin's “workplace” and, most likely, cannot be restored.


      This is the mosque itself, it is covered with Wahhabi slogans and there is nowhere to go.
      1. small
        small 26 July 2012 12: 27
        +9
        Tankers in Syria are also snipers. Not everyone can do that.
        1. you tested the restore function of your back
          -4
          Gentlemen, there are plenty of videos on YouTube with battles from Syria. On Militarizfoto there is a separate thread with 200 pages, there is a lot of violent videos on LivLik - so come in and enjoy. These already anonymous "friends" from Syria with their pseudo-stories are ridiculous to the core. Complete information - take and analyze
          1. Internet fighter
            Internet fighter 26 July 2012 14: 09
            +2
            Quote: back
            On Militarizfoto there is a separate branch with 200 pages, there are a lot of cruel videos on LivLik

            Can I ask for references? I will analyze ...
            So far I have only analyzed your posts and the effect of your proxy on the location.
        2. Castor oil
          Castor oil 26 July 2012 14: 58
          +5
          Quote: small
          Tankers in Syria are also snipers. Not everyone can do that.

          Modern tank sights, effective tank ammunition, instructors wise in combat experience, intelligent students - this is the secret of success wink
        3. lotus04
          lotus04 27 July 2012 03: 15
          +2
          Quote: small
          Tankers in Syria are also snipers. Not everyone can do that.


          Wellcome pen dos please ...
      2. Odessa
        Odessa 26 July 2012 13: 35
        +8
        Neutral,
        This is the Antisynaire Syriac system.
        1. UzRus
          UzRus 26 July 2012 14: 44
          +2
          Neat work!
        2. Neutral
          Neutral 26 July 2012 14: 54
          +4
          Esther.
          And this is the "flying sniper" system
    4. lotus04
      lotus04 27 July 2012 03: 02
      +2
      Quote: Vanek
      but the militants do not agree to peaceful conditions, citing the fact that they are not going to put up with “Assad’s regime”


      Well yes! And who will pay for these peaceful conditions? Not peaceful, even though they pay pen-dos. Throw in "firewood" from time to time so that the "light" does not go out. And so all over the planet, they maintain the temperature and think that being overseas they will not get it.
      Well nothing. They will find a way and on this "island of democracy" it will blaze, well, we will pour some petrol. smile
  2. makano
    makano 26 July 2012 07: 18
    -16
    Some kind of incomprehensible defensive tactics among the Syrians is to first launch the militants in the capital of the country, and then clean them up with the tanks among the civilian population. and where is all this intelligence and counterintelligence? Lavrov, on the other hand, took Assad the security chief. What for? No, something is wrong with the strategy and tactics of Russia in Syria. So again, Putin declares and advises that Assad should go, otherwise the war in Syria will be endless. They will surrender Syria - followed by Iran.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 26 July 2012 09: 04
      +9
      Quote: makano
      So again, VV Putin declares and advises that Assad should go

      When and where did he say this?
      1. urzul
        urzul 26 July 2012 09: 25
        +8
        Popped up a couple of times in the opposition press according to the type as it became known from a confidential conversation, which was reported by someone;)))
        1. Leisure
          Leisure 26 July 2012 09: 58
          +8
          From sources close to someone, someone reported something.
          1. Sergh
            Sergh 26 July 2012 11: 51
            +1
            Quote: Lazer
            then, someone reported something

            Well, if you read the Israeli press:
            http://newsru.co.il/mideast
            then you can find something that you can’t imagine at all, and if Ankhar Kochneva comes from Syria, then you just don’t give a damn about the Western media!
            http://anhar.livejournal.com/
            1. you tested the restore function of your back
              +1
              It is quite obvious that the destruction under the guise of mopping up entire neighborhoods in Syrian cities with the help of tanks and artillery, to put it mildly, will not add Assad's supporters. The inadequate work of the Syrian special services and local Special Forces is felt. The battle in the city is the most difficult and bloodiest, not to mention the destruction of housing and property of citizens living in the war zone. These are potential fighters, and they cannot be attributed to al-Qaeda or to anyone else. The military and special services themselves dig Assad's grave.
              Where is the way out?
              1. Internet fighter
                Internet fighter 26 July 2012 14: 18
                +2
                Quote: back
                Where is the way out?

                There is an answer in the article itself. Have you ever read it ?!
                The new Minister of Defense has announced a new tactic for combating terrorists: a total sweep of the areas where they are discovered. The previous leaders of military operations, who died as a result of the terrorist attack on the 18th, tried to “negotiate” with the militants and “smoke” them out of the residential quarters using only spot work.
                1. makano
                  makano 26 July 2012 16: 48
                  -3
                  Nikolai Starikov is a well-known conspiracy theorist who promotes his illogical schemes by supposedly logical conclusions. In short - crap.
                  In order to secure and successfully promote your writing business. engaged in active propaganda of the Putin regime. There would now be a regime of Sveta from Ivanov, he would PR to Sveta, as Kulistikov is successfully doing now on his NTV.
                  Not without reason, in relation to Bashar Assad and his army, the Starikov in his article takes a secretive neutral position - then it will be easier to rebuild and condemn in unison with the leadership of Sveta burned out under the Crimean sun
            2. makano
              makano 26 July 2012 16: 02
              -1
              That’s what. but I’m not reading the enemy Israeli press, unlike you.
          2. Castor oil
            Castor oil 26 July 2012 15: 01
            +3
            Quote: Lazer
            From sources close to someone, someone reported something.

            Someone, here and there, at times, honestly, bastard, we don’t want to live ... good
          3. makano
            makano 26 July 2012 15: 59
            -1
            Well. really. at least not close to your sources. My source is from Sochi.
        2. makano
          makano 26 July 2012 15: 55
          0
          19: 48 24.07.2012
          Putin: Assad must leave himself, otherwise the war in Syria will be endless
          SOCHI, July 23 - RIA Novosti. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad by unconstitutional means could lead to an endless civil war in this country.

          Russia fears that if Assad is removed by unconstitutional means, the opposition and the current Syrian leadership will simply swap places, and the civil war will be endless, Putin said after talks with Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti.

          “We do not want the situation to develop along the bloodiest path,” President R said
          If you are reporting from Sochi on an official statement, consider Israeli propaganda. then let me not teach you - this is your Israeli delusion.
      2. makano
        makano 26 July 2012 16: 28
        -1
        A wonderful question from that series: "Where did you get it, did you find out that Putin surrendered Ulyanovsk to the Americans?" Naive ignorance. would learn to perceive official statements as they are, and not to speculate and not to launder reality.

        http://ria.ru/arab_sy/20120723/707227269.html
        Putin: Assad must leave legally, otherwise the war in Syria will be endless
        Copyright © RIA NEWS All rights reserved.
        The electronic periodical “RIAN.Ru” was registered with the Federal Service for Supervision of Compliance with the Law in the Field of Mass Communications and the Protection of Cultural Heritage on December 13, 2006. Registration Certificate E No. FS77-26602
        1. Sergh
          Sergh 27 July 2012 06: 17
          +1
          Quote: makano
          Assad must leave legally

          Listen, writer, read the headlines separately, even in your link "... Assad must leave legally ...", they don't coincide with Putin's words, the meaning is different! Change not the source, but the brain.

          "... Vladimir Putin said that the removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power by unconstitutional means could lead to an endless civil war ..."
          Incidentally, RIANovosti-yellow-orange resource, has long been known.
    2. makano
      makano 26 July 2012 17: 24
      -1
      Oh, the Black Hundreds swooped in, tore off the shoulder straps. But "Our proud" Varyag "does not surrender to the enemy, no one wants mercy." Pavlik Morozov, for ideological reasons, legally and justly surrendered his father for wrecking the Soviet regime. Workers 'and peasants' power will still be restored. Both the cook and the worker will come to power.
  3. wolverine7778
    wolverine7778 26 July 2012 07: 34
    -3
    Every day, in Syria, escalation is increasing, Assad has already armed Christians against the Sunnis, and this is already turning gradually from the confrontation between Assad and the opposition into an inter-religious conflict sad
    1. party3AH
      party3AH 26 July 2012 08: 13
      +7
      Quote: wolverine7778
      Assad has already armed Christians against the Sunnis, and this is already turning gradually from the confrontation between Assad and the opposition into an inter-religious conflict

      This is called the people's militia, i.e. they understand what will happen to them if they do not protect their country and themselves, this is the way to do it.
  4. Ivan Tarasov
    Ivan Tarasov 26 July 2012 07: 40
    0
    Before the US election, Assad needs to have time to clear the country of bandits
  5. Delink
    Delink 26 July 2012 08: 08
    +19
    The main thing is to Assad to finish the job, not to leave anyone alive. Wipe off all the scum from the face of the earth. And it doesn’t matter which religious denomination the militant belongs to.
    1. Russlana
      Russlana 26 July 2012 09: 08
      +4
      Definitely. Like in Israel. No negotiations with ub..kami.
      1. you tested the restore function of your back
        -3
        Who will take responsibility to determine in Syria - who is the enemy and who is not?
        1. Internet fighter
          Internet fighter 26 July 2012 14: 22
          0
          Quote: back
          Who will take responsibility to determine in Syria - who is the enemy and who is not?

          Do you post questions on the list? Well, at least think about your question yourself ... crying
        2. viruskvartirus
          viruskvartirus 26 July 2012 14: 50
          +3
          But it is necessary to determine, because it will be bad for everyone .... well, for this, the people themselves choose the ruler ... Here Assad determined, I think a week later through another new tactic will bear fruit ... am
  6. patriot2
    patriot2 26 July 2012 08: 35
    +6
    Talks with the militants, you say? They only perceive cleaning tanks. Some Syrian military commanders with militants reached the end. Moreover, all of them are terrorists in their position (domestic or foreign - it doesn’t matter). There is no middle ground: either for or against the government.
    1. you tested the restore function of your back
      -8
      But are you considering the option of changing the power (of the President) and holding general elections, instead of a bloody war between brothers for the power of the Assad family clan?
  7. GG2012
    GG2012 26 July 2012 08: 35
    +3
    With Libya, the Americans had a ride. But Syria was not taken according to the well-established scenario. Assad correctly said: "You will break your teeth about us."
    1. wolverine7778
      wolverine7778 26 July 2012 13: 17
      0
      Yes, here you are partially right, the United States really does not have operational personnel in Syria, there is no sensible connection with representatives of the opposition, the Mujahideen, everything is done through the established contacts of the special services of Saudi Arabia, Turkey, etc. That is, they are "deaf, blind, dumb" there. Of the 20 million population of Syria, 16% are Alawites, the rest 10% are Christians of different confessions; Shiites; Ismailis, and finally 50% of the population are Sunnis, plus the mujahideen from Iraq, Libya and other Arab countries staying every day. In short, there will be like in Iraq, explosions, shooting, pinpoint attacks and all that. sad
      1. you tested the restore function of your back
        -2
        Very interesting information about the work of American intelligence in Syria. Can I see links to sources?
  8. Strashila
    Strashila 26 July 2012 08: 43
    +11
    With the staged scenes of the "genocide of the bloody regime", everyone is familiar with Libya. Just from the article, the tank scandalized the minaret, I would not be surprised if a dozen zhurnalyugs were grazing at this moment, who, with a joyful squeal, showed the very moment of sandwiched with a signature, how the bloody regime does not hate religious buildings, but not a sniper who, under the lenses of their television cameras, killed people. We saw the same in our Chechnya, about the atrocities of the federals.
  9. Kaa
    Kaa 26 July 2012 09: 56
    +6
    Quote: Strashila
    We observed the same thing in Chechnya, about the atrocities of the federals.

    Just about, and I'm about the same. You can't just stop halfway, like in 95-96. She died, so she died. Assad has a backlash in time before the Amerov presidential elections, which means that during these terms it is necessary to bring the cleanup to its logical end, not paying attention to the journalistic-liberalistic squeal, he will no longer be "his own" for the West and Saudi henchmen, but the country , and save his life.
  10. scrack
    scrack 26 July 2012 10: 06
    +6
    I wonder if any of the politicians have the courage to blame the US for genocide and fascism?
    1. you tested the restore function of your back
      0
      Who is stopping Russian politicians from doing this? Accounts and real estate in American banks?
      1. party3AH
        party3AH 26 July 2012 21: 23
        0
        Quote: back

        Who is stopping Russian politicians from doing this? Accounts and real estate in American banks?

        You yourself answered your question.
  11. Syrdon
    Syrdon 26 July 2012 10: 29
    +3
    The previous leaders of military operations, who died as a result of the terrorist act of the 18th, tried to “negotiate” with the militants and “smoke” them out of the residential quarters only with the help of spot work. The new tactics of the government’s troops boil down to the fact that the block in which the militants were found is blocked, residents are evacuated from it, after which the tanks, specially introduced for this purpose, are now starting to work at the firing points spotted by the militants. And there is no way to “conspire” - only a total sweep of the quarter.

    It seems that the words of our advisers are finally heard.
  12. Voron65
    Voron65 26 July 2012 10: 45
    +7
    May God grant Assad determination to sweep out the infection without regard to free barking.
    1. Kaa
      Kaa 26 July 2012 15: 02
      +3
      Quote: Voron65
      May God grant Assad determination to sweep out the infection without regard to free barking.

      The dog barks - the caravan goes.
  13. expert2008
    expert2008 26 July 2012 11: 07
    +4
    To all appearances, the former military leadership tried to play an almond "... opposition". Apparently they've played out. But the new leadership, apparently, has learned its lesson perfectly well. Now tanks, helicopters, aviation ... Everything is as it should be.
    1. you tested the restore function of your back
      -5
      Do you think the tanks, artillery and aviation in the city are a panacea? But what about civilians? How to deal with them? Where do they live with children? Assad accept them in his palace?
      With such a position, the fate of Gaddafi awaits him, much to the displeasure of the majority on this site.
      Unfortunately, I didn’t notice any really interesting tips on how to get out of this fratricidal war.
      1. skullcap
        skullcap 26 July 2012 16: 53
        +1
        What tips are needed?
        There is a long-standing UN decision (remember this from Soviet times) that mercenaries must be destroyed on the spot. It is just necessary for the world community to fulfill the decisions it has made, by giving full support to the legitimate government and to condemn all the accomplices of world terrorism.
      2. Good Ukraine
        Good Ukraine 26 July 2012 22: 36
        0
        for back
        But what about civilians? How to deal with them? Where do they live with children? Assad accept them in his palace?


        Americans will certainly take care of civilians.
        Just like in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, etc.
        Do not make laugh better.
        Only a full hole can believe in the sincerity of the "Democrats"
  14. BSSR
    BSSR 26 July 2012 11: 16
    +3
    Assad is in HUGE danger !!!
    1. eJik
      eJik 26 July 2012 12: 06
      +2
      it seems that the CIA really saves on this Wahhabi meat ... instead of mortars)
    2. expert2008
      expert2008 26 July 2012 12: 31
      +2
      Yes, fellow countryman. It seems about the accuracy of the hit this rabble does not bother. The main thing is to make more noise ...
  15. strannik595
    strannik595 26 July 2012 13: 03
    +5
    while Assad Such Tankers, he can not leave Damascus and calmly drink coffee.
    somehow reminds a situation in Moscow in 41 .............. Stalin in a city? - Yes! - well then everything is normal, we sit on the priest exactly, do not twitch
  16. Begemot
    Begemot 26 July 2012 14: 34
    +5
    It's time to define the concept of "aggressor". If someone's tanks or airplanes are ironing a foreign country - this is understandable - aggression. And why is it not considered aggression to finance and arm all sorts of thugs who attack civilians, the police, and the army? What's the difference where the mercenaries come from, they work out the order of the one who pays. A soldier fights by order, and a mercenary for money, but the key word is fighting. The difference between the one who gave the order and the one who paid is not. How much can you tolerate all these Saudis, Qataris and other trash from among the friends of America? Even for Chechnya, it was necessary to beat the riad a couple of times to change their minds, but they got away with everything, so they imagined themselves to be the rulers of the fate of the world.
  17. UzRus
    UzRus 26 July 2012 14: 42
    0
    I drew attention to the fact that the Syrian fighters in the photo are from the AKC. Are these paratroopers or is there the whole army with the AKC?
    Here, by the way, about the Syrian armored vehicles - http://warfiles.ru/show-10498-siriyskie-tanki-i-bmp-nuzhdayutsya-v-deshevyh-i-ef
    fektivnyh-sredstvah-zaschity.html
    1. Castor oil
      Castor oil 26 July 2012 15: 09
      0
      Quote: UzRus
      I drew attention to the fact that the Syrian fighters in the photo are from the AKC. Are these paratroopers or is there the whole army with the AKC?

      In the photo in the article - AKMS or obviously its Chinese counterpart Type-56-1, you can see 7,62x39 in the store, but the store itself is smooth, apparently Soviet-Russian.
  18. Oleg Rosskiyy
    Oleg Rosskiyy 26 July 2012 16: 00
    +1
    Q.E.D. Many thanks to Nicholas and his Friend for exposing the Western and Israeli provocateurs.
  19. Samovar
    Samovar 26 July 2012 16: 32
    +3
    And there is no way to "conspire" - only a total sweep of the quarter.

    And rightly so - this is the only way to defeat this bastard. In such "negotiations" there should be only one phrase - "Fire to kill." am Good luck and courage to the Syrians in the fight against Western democracy.
  20. kNow
    kNow 26 July 2012 18: 14
    0
    Kofi Annan’s plan threw Syria back, gave the bandits a break, but they had to put pressure immediately and without stopping ...
    How could troops be withdrawn from cities?
  21. Castor oil
    Castor oil 26 July 2012 18: 22
    0
    Quote: kNow
    Kofi Annan’s plan threw Syria back, gave the bandits a break, but they had to put pressure immediately and without stopping ...
    How could troops be withdrawn from cities?

    Nothing surprising. Similar things were "planned" in Kosovo and "peace was created" in Libya - everyone knows how it ended there.
  22. pristav
    pristav 26 July 2012 20: 56
    0
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  23. pristav
    pristav 26 July 2012 20: 59
    0
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  24. ds4trr3ed
    ds4trr3ed 26 July 2012 21: 16
    -1
    The authorities of our country have done a lot, but this is already too much.
    I generally accidentally found him http://xurl.es/poisk
    Here is information about each of us, for example: relatives, friends, correspondence from social networks.
    And most importantly, it is accessible to everyone, I was really scared at first - you never know what moron there will climb
    Well, the truth is that you can remove yourself from the site.
  25. Yuras222
    Yuras222 26 July 2012 23: 01
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    How to blame pin dos for genocide? They are told by Lavrov or Churkin that they supply weapons to militants, terrorists and finance the killing of civilians, and in response, the frail clitoris answers that the war is over Russia and China, they allow Assad to kill civilians, the problem is that it It is circulated in huge quantities throughout the world, and almost no one hears our journalists and politicians. Something needs to be done with this, maybe even knocking down their communications satellites and eliminating physically lying journalists. The world is now who is stronger in that and the right who screams louder at the whole world is right. So the apocalypse is not far.