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Damascus returns to normal, and the West again slanders Syria

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Damascus returns to normal, and the West again slanders SyriaAfter the rebel plan "Volcano in Damascus" broke down and the army defended the city, there was silence in the capital for several days. In Al-Midan’s desecrated area of ​​destruction, normal life returns to normal.


Young soldiers, who defended the city, greeted the Russian journalists who arrived in Midan, with enthusiasm and salute in the air. They chant: “Allah, Syria, Bashar!”, And some of them trample down the symbolism of the rebels with heavy army boots - a ribbon in the form of a flag taken from the garbage stories- the time of the French occupation. We are shown withdrawn from gangs weaponamong which, of course, a lot of foreign.

It is said that there were several hundred insurgents, many were high.

Western media at the time was spreading lies about the fact that “Damascus is being subjected to helicopter shelling.” The Ministry of Information of Syria has categorically refuted this lie. I, as a direct witness, can only confirm the correctness of the Ministry of Information - there was no talk of any "helicopter shelling". This is the same misinformation, as well as the “messages” about the storming of the presidential palace a few days ago - the hangmen of Syria, of course, have a wild fantasy, but very primitive.

People forced to flee their homes because of the bandits are returning. The governor of Damascus Bushr al-Sabban visited the Al-Midan district and confirmed that security had been restored in the quarter. Young volunteers clean the streets of the wounded area from dirt and plant trees as symbols of a new life, in which there will be no room for violence and gangster antics.

The suburb of Damascus Al-Qaboun was also cleared of gangs.

The inspired mood of an old capital darkens the grief over the deceased officer-heroes - the martyrs of July 18. Unfortunately, another person who was wounded during the terrible act of terrorism - the head of the National Security Service, member of the leadership of the Arab Socialist Revival Party, Brigadier General Hisham Ihtiyar, died. A mourning farewell ceremony was held at the Al-Shami hospital.

The rally in memory of the victims of this terrorist attack took place in Moscow at the diplomatic office of Syria - about 200 people from the Syrian diaspora and sympathetic citizens of Russia brought flowers and candles to the walls of the embassy of the fraternal country.

In general, despite the severity of the loss, we can safely say that the barbaric attack did not reach its goals. Its organizers hoped that in this way they would sow panic both among the people and among the top leadership, that the army would be disorganized. Nothing like this! Syrian President Bashar Assad, who did not leave Damascus in these hot days, immediately appointed a new defense minister - a hard and strong-willed person. Yesterday, he received Corps General Ali Abdullah Ayub, Chief of the General Staff of the Army and Armed Forces of the SAR, whose post was previously held by the new Minister of Defense, Fahed Jasem Al-Freij. Bashar Asad instructed the Chief of the General Staff to continue the pursuit of terrorists. Now, no one will stand on ceremony with the enemies of the fatherland, they will have to pay for everything they have done.

The UN Security Council, in turn, extended the observer mission for another month. Let me remind you that Russia and China have blocked the Western hard draft resolution, providing for sanctions and the threat of military intervention against Syria. However, Russia withdrew its draft resolution, which provided for the extension of the observer mission on 90 days, since Western countries, with their completely unconstructive approach, could block this project as revenge for Russia, and the mission of the UN observers would be minimized. And this is a serious step pushing the West toward unauthorized UN Security Council aggression. There was a way out - Pakistan submitted its draft to the Security Council, extending the observer mission for a month. He was accepted. We can say that Syria got a short break.

Of course, if Western countries would have known that they could attack Syria without much risk, they would not have been able to block this project either.
But a recent attempt to arrange a "Volcano in Damascus", which ended in a complete failure of the anti-Syrian forces, showed that the country's army is ready to stand up for their homeland, that the Syrian leadership is firmly holding the position, despite the terrible terrorist attack that destroyed the four leading security forces. In such a country without the risk of a second Vietnam will not climb!

Against this background, appeals by the League of Arab States for President Bashar Assad to leave his post look especially pathetic. Previously, Bashar Asad did not even comment on such appeals - because there is nothing to comment on. Let it be better that the Qatari emir Hammad Al-Thani, who has truly medieval mores reigns in his country, will resign. Do not these gentlemen teach Syria democracy!

But both they and the west are trying to do it.

Whatever happens in Syria, the West has an accusatory bias. Whether there will be an explosion on the way to the airport, the militants will kill people - “this is Asad's fault”. Will there be a terrorist attack against the leaders of the country - again, "Assad must go." The West doesn’t care about the crimes of its wards, the Syrian “opposition” - it can even violate the UN Security Council resolution, you can bury Annan’s plan, supported by the whole international community, you can kill Western journalists –– everything’s gone. Why, they are "fighters for democracy." Apparently, it is easier for people who are dying from their hands than if they were killed by the so-called bloody regime.

Here is a recent example. In January, 43-year-old French journalist Gilles Jacquet was killed in Homs. France poured a bunch of informational mud on Syria, blaming everything, of course, the Syrian army and almost personally Bashar Assad, promised “not to leave the murder of its citizen unanswered.” But a few days ago, the Figaro newspaper published the results of an investigation into the death of a journalist. The ballistic examination and eyewitness accounts of the tragedy clearly indicate that the journalist was killed by an artillery bombardment fired from a mortar of 81 mm caliber by insurgents from the Sunni quarter of Homs. Jacque died in the Alawite district when he interviewed people who had gone to the rally in support of Bashar al-Assad. And the rebels fired on the demonstration, as a result of which, in addition to the journalist, several other people were killed and many were injured.

What is the reaction of the French authorities to the results of the investigation? Both the defense ministry and the French foreign ministry simply refused to comment on the Figaro publication. So where are the threats of the valiant French to punish the murderers of their citizen? By normal human logic, the rebels should have long been recognized as terrorists and at least refused to support them. But these are “fighters for democracy”, and they, apparently, can not only shoot demonstrations, but also kill foreign journalists. They, unlike the "dictators", kill democratically.

And now the West is in the grip of a new anti-Syrian hysteria - this time with chemical weapons.

A few days ago, the entire Western press and electronic media were filled with reports that "the Assad regime can use chemical weapons against peaceful demonstrators." So, bombing it with the people so that the "peaceful demonstrators" survived!

Syrian Foreign Ministry was forced to respond to this exacerbation of the situation. 24 July a representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs gave a press conference at which he clearly and unequivocally stated: chemical weapons will never be used against the people of Syria. It will not be applied at all during the internal crisis, no matter how the events unfold, and can only be applied in one case: during external aggression against Syria.
And right there on the world a lie was lying on long legs. “Syria is ready to use chemical weapons,” “The regime will not stop before using weapons of mass destruction,” shouted headlines. And not just the headlines. Obama himself began to threaten Syria: "Bashar Asad is responsible for the use of chemical weapons!"

What can be said in response to this hysteria? A state that is subject to external aggression has the right to ANY way of self-defense. How would the US themselves respond in response to an external attack? But did they answer for the use of not even chemical but nuclear weapons in Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

Instead of the failed Libyan scenario - inciting hysteria around the “killing peaceful demonstrators” and the “no-fly zone” sanctioned by the UN, instead of the unworked Yugoslav scenario — screaming about the “mass slaughter”, marrying the killed militants for the victims of the “regime” deck iraqi script. I want to remind: no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq, which did not prevent the United States in its search to destroy and occupy the country for many years, to execute its legitimate leader. The American adventure cost the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.

Syria responded to this new hysteria: both the Ministry of Information and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the SAR declared that it was unacceptable to interpret the statement of the country's Foreign Ministry at its discretion and unceremoniously distort its meaning.

Syrian Minister of Information Omran Az-Zoubi also added that at the beginning of the 90-s of the twentieth century, none other than Syria called for the elimination of all types of weapons of mass destruction in the Middle East under the patronage of the UN. It would also mean the elimination of Israel’s atomic weapons. And if the spokesman for the SAR Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that in no case does Syria use chemical weapons against its people, this does not mean that it has any weapons.

That is, there is again an accusatory deviation of the West: it means that Syria can only be invaded by the suspicion that it has chemical weapons, and Israel can have an even heavier weapon - an atomic weapon, and no one will say a word.

In turn, the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, responding to the accusation, said: the purpose of the press conference was to draw the attention of citizens to attempts to accuse Syria of using weapons of mass destruction against terrorist groups and civilians. And false accusations come from foreign circles that advocate military intervention in the country. Syrian Foreign Ministry also urged journalists to comply with professional ethics.

But what kind of ethics can we talk about if the imperialist media continues to faithfully serve their masters and prepare the ground for a new aggression?
And now about the new crimes of terrorists, who, according to the version of the West, “are fighting for freedom”.

In Damascus, in the Christian quarter of Bab Tuma, the scientist Nabil Zagib was killed. The terrorists attacked his car when he and his family were leaving the house. Almost the whole family was killed: the wife, the eldest son ... The youngest son was seriously wounded.

In the city of Idleb, “freedom fighters” killed a pediatrician and an employee of the Ali Abazid National Hospital. His body was found in his own car; before he died he was bound. Apparently, the pediatrician also failed to comply with the framework of "democracy."

Militants continue to commit serious crimes against citizens in the city of Aleppo.

Having failed with Damascus, the enemies tried to destabilize the situation in the second largest city of Syria - the “northern capital”. According to residents of the city, after the Friday prayer, one of the central regions was occupied by armed militants. The army blocked the area, and the next day he was trimmed from the bandits.

The rebels forced out of the center unfortunately continue to create real chaos. According to eyewitnesses, they not only expel people from their own apartments, killing the recalcitrant, but also burn trucks with food. This has already led to an increase in food prices in the city. They threaten the owners of bakeries, that if they do not stop working, they will be blown up. Thus, the "champions of democracy" are trying to create hunger in the city and discontent among the people. But they only bring hatred on their own heads, the people understand what's the matter, and craves only one thing: when the army completely clears Aleppo from “peaceful demonstrators”, among which, by the way, there are almost no locals, they all came from Idlib and Hama . And the Syrian army continues to fight terrorists, protecting civilians. Terrorists suffered losses - not only in the city, but also in the province of Aleppo.

Thus, in the Kabatan Al-Jebel region, a successful counter-terrorist operation was carried out and three vehicles with DShK machine guns mounted on them were destroyed, and the gangster leader Mahmoud Al-Ashqar and his assistant Omar Al-Ahmad were eliminated. In the Haiyan district, north of Aleppo, five terrorists were killed, two of whom were foreign mercenaries. A large shipment of weapons has been confiscated.

So early the world media rushed to bury the “regime of Bashar al-Assad.” Syria is holding on.
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  1. Deniska999
    Deniska999 27 July 2012 09: 02
    +23
    The West pours mud on all those who are objectionable to it, a type of war.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 27 July 2012 09: 30
      +25
      Deniska999,
      Quote: Deniska999

      The West pours mud on all those who are objectionable to it, a type of war

      But I forgot to see the West, as with the help of chemistry destroyed the people of Vietnam. And they completely forgot in America how, with the help of white phosphorus, they destroyed almost the entire population of the city that raised the matz.
      1. Sakhalininsk
        Sakhalininsk 27 July 2012 11: 25
        +23
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        the West forgot to see how, with the help of chemistry, the people of Vietnam were destroyed. And they completely forgot in America how, with the help of white phosphorus, they destroyed almost the entire population of the city that raised the matzha.


        Alexander, what’s the right thing for you? Can you compare the humane and extremely effective actions of the most correct and civilized representatives of the human race with what kind of dirty Syrian tattered people who don’t want to lick uncle Sam and his whole environment. (it was of course sarcasm).
        Thank God this is not the first time we have seen this deceitful and cynical duplicity of the shitty advanced impudent Saxons and their loyal jackals.
      2. Fidain
        Fidain 27 July 2012 15: 29
        +8
        And the uranium warheads in Yugoslavia, or the end of the Cancians ATOMIC BOMBS in Japan
        1. Starksa
          Starksa 27 July 2012 15: 56
          +4
          yes, dirty bombs in Yugoslavia is something ...
        2. valton
          valton 2 August 2012 15: 37
          0
          And they also used uranium warheads in Iraq and on the Falklands.
    2. PatriotizTAT
      PatriotizTAT 27 July 2012 09: 35
      +20
      Good article ... thanks Elena! Be careful! wink
      1. Neutral
        Neutral 27 July 2012 10: 56
        +19
        Syrians pay dearly for peace in their land

        Such tablets are affixed to the flag-wrapped coffins of the dead military ..
        This is almost the end of the ceremony. That day, they said goodbye to 36 military men.
        A day earlier - from 102 .............
        1. Fidain
          Fidain 27 July 2012 15: 30
          +8
          The world is generally very expensive
          1. Ilyich
            Ilyich 28 July 2012 00: 12
            +8
            Quote: Fidain
            The world is generally very expensive

            Anything is cheaper than occupation ..
            1. you tested the restore function of your back
              -4
              I would like to see the opinion of the author of this article on the topic: "what will happen next with Syria"? Even if we assume that the massive battles with the opposition will subside, everyone will go to their homes and prisons, what will happen next for Assad and the Syrian people? How will economic processes be carried out in conditions of global economic isolation? With whom and how will Assad work and what political reforms in the country can there be a conversation about?
              It would be very curious to hear an opinion from Damascus
              1. 77bor1973
                77bor1973 28 July 2012 20: 46
                +1
                In the modern world, remaining in complete isolation is quite problematic for anyone, unless of course this state is on another planet!
        2. lotus04
          lotus04 28 July 2012 12: 34
          +6
          Quote: Neutral
          Syrians pay dearly for peace in their land


          He does everything possible to resist this aggression.
  2. vol46an
    vol46an 27 July 2012 09: 07
    +27
    Hold on to Bashar!
  3. Ataturk
    Ataturk 27 July 2012 09: 09
    +19
    The fact that the lull now, this suggests that the dogs plan how to bite further. That's all. They laid eyes on Syria and Iran. This is the point.
    Until they get the stars, they won’t calm down. And is Syria's right to zvizdyule? Well, if only for the rebels. And those, in turn, report pen-do-it-yourself. They think along the way.
    1. nokki
      nokki 27 July 2012 10: 47
      +31
      Ataturk! To all of us, and Muslims and Christians, we must pray for the fraternal Syrian people! Everyone in their place (who work at a defense enterprise, who serve in the military, who have a civilian position) must support Syria! Western Satanists really need our lack of will, indifference and despair. Do not wait! The empire may lose the battle, but not WAR!
      1. Ataturk
        Ataturk 27 July 2012 11: 16
        +6
        Quote: nokki
        Ataturk! We all, Muslims and Christians, need to pray for the fraternal Syrian people!

        This is all true, but it’s not you, not I, not one of us who decides the fate of Syria. Only comrade Putin.
        1. Andrey_K
          Andrey_K 27 July 2012 12: 20
          +5
          And what has Putin to do with it?
          Only the Syrians themselves can decide their fate - no external forces can help them, they can only maintain their balance a little, but no more.
          1. Ataturk
            Ataturk 27 July 2012 12: 43
            +8
            Quote: Andrey_K
            Only the Syrians themselves can decide their fate - no external forces will help them

            If you would have told me this about a war that would have happened 500 years ago, I would have agreed, but in this case, as you imagine, the Syrian people will save their country from NATO + a couple more countries that are not members of NATO.

            heard the saying: There is no reception against scrap? If there is no other scrap.
            Guess from 3 times, who can deliver scrap against NATO?

            Quote: Andrey_K
            And what has Putin to do with it?

            Do not confuse Putin with your Ukrainian president. The difference is huge.

            Quote: Andrey_K
            they can only maintain balance a little, but no more.

            They cannot support anything. There is a trained gang that knows how to bring down the country.

            Did you really forget the ORANGE REVOLUTION in Ukraine? Here is an example for you.
            1. esaul
              esaul 27 July 2012 18: 05
              +10
              Quote: Andrey_K
              And what has Putin to do with it?

              Amazing reticence!
              Quote: Ataturk
              Guess from 3 times, who can deliver scrap against NATO?

              Quote: Ataturk
              Do not confuse Putin with your Ukrainian president.

              Dear Ataturk, here I absolutely agree with you. Yes, the power of Russia (even though someone responds with contempt or skepticism about it) is, today, a real force. The same crowbar! And whether this scrap will rise to protect the Syrian people depends on Putin, whether someone likes it or not.
              1. Sergh
                Sergh 27 July 2012 19: 31
                +7
                Hi guys!
                Quote: esaul
                The same crowbar

                Well, while the scrap itself has not yet been used, but Russia did not work badly for a long time, for a long time; And most importantly, recently the situation of resistance and snapping has been increasing in the direction of the whole West, and the ameres have been smeared a little more in diplomacy. However, Putin has glanced, Russia can clearly get six points on the Syrian issue, but you just have to put your horn against the NATO mattress.
              2. Ataturk
                Ataturk 27 July 2012 19: 34
                -1
                Quote: esaul
                The same crowbar! And whether this scrap will rise to protect the Syrian people depends on Putin, whether someone likes it or not.


                Thanks for supporting my post, Valery. Nicely!
                We will know soon whether Putin is for the allies or all the same for the West.

                If Putin goes all the way to save the people that are Syria, then he is a man. If not, then this will be food for the mind of many of Russia's allies.

                You agree with me?
              3. Passing
                Passing 27 July 2012 19: 50
                +8
                Putin’s position is somehow blurry, instead of clearly and unequivocally supporting Damascus, there is some kind of slurred fuss at the diplomatic level, such as let's live together, such as let's seek a compromise. Verbiage is shorter.
                IMHO, drain Syria. Secretly so that the public is not disturbed. Facts? Extremely unambiguous - all the media suddenly forgot about the disrupted deliveries of our weapons, which they threatened to produce despite Western pressure. Well, where are these supplies?
                I don’t understand why to play around and profit, is it really incomprehensible if Assad falls, we will not even shine a penny in Syria ?! Is it difficult to understand from the example of Libya? And with our vague position we will not have anything but losses? What Assad wins, what loses, we will look either as an unreliable cowardly partner (including in the eyes of our other allies) or an enemy, an ally of Assad. But if we defend Assad with all available power, then Syria will be our 100% ally, and in the world, in the Arab world, in the "civilized" world, they will really reckon with the position of Russia. Well, the howl in their media will rise, well, what's the difference, they have an allergy from us anyway.
                1. pribolt
                  pribolt 28 July 2012 04: 25
                  +2
                  Passing + I agree with you
              4. you tested the restore function of your back
                0
                esaul,
                What is Russia's power today? Where and what is this most notorious "scrap"? I would like to be more curious. And the most important question: if the Syrian regime falls, what questions and from whom will Putin himself be asked?
                1. Nikopol
                  Nikopol 28 July 2012 23: 14
                  +2
                  Tooting. Except for the situation with Georgia, Russian scrap was not removed from the case. That Yugoslavia, that Iraq, that Libya - in each of the countries Russia had unambiguous interests. But if the loot in the West - then the West and taxis. (Just in case, I’ll remind you that Putin’s kind daughters live outside of Russia.).
        2. teradimich
          teradimich 30 July 2012 20: 38
          +3
          Information support is also important. Putin can see how many people are behind Syria. And it can imagine the consequences of refusing to support the legitimate Syrian government. Another reason not to leave allies in trouble.
    2. Internet fighter
      Internet fighter 27 July 2012 14: 47
      +4
      Quote: Ataturk
      The fact that the lull now, this suggests that the dogs plan how to bite further.

      There is always calm before a storm. Today is the opening day of the Olympics in London, how the opening ended 4 years ago, we remember ...
  4. Armata
    Armata 27 July 2012 09: 09
    +20
    Nice to hear encouraging first-hand news. Thanks Elena.
  5. Lech e-mine
    Lech e-mine 27 July 2012 09: 19
    +15
    One should expect a new provocation of WESTERN SPECIAL SERVICES - they will spray ZARIN or IPRIT gas somewhere among women and children and dump it all on ASAD. Here is a ready reason for invading Syria. The Turks are already breaking openly into SYRIA THOUGHT KURDS ARE CONFLICTING AGAINST THEM.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 27 July 2012 09: 35
      +7
      Quote: Leha e-mine
      Here is a pretext for invading Syria.

      The reason is "good", BUT what will happen to Europe and Turkey if Syria uses chemistry against the aggressors - this is a star of Europe, and a complete one. I would not be surprised that in such a situation the Arabs in some European countries will take power into their own hands. In such chaos, the strongest Muslims will survive!
      1. Mobidic
        Mobidic 27 July 2012 13: 36
        +1
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        what will happen to europe and turkey

        In one of her prophecies, the Bulgarian clairvoyant Vanga spoke of a war with a Muslim state that would use chemical weapons. As a result, by 2016, Europe will be completely empty. In light of recent events, this state may be Libya
        Now most likely there may already be Syria ..
        A source:
        http://obozrevatel.com/abroad/vanga-predskazala-skoruyu-gibel-evropyi.htm
    2. you tested the restore function of your back
      -1
      Lech e-mine,
      Is there concrete evidence of the killings by Western intelligence agencies of Syrian civilians or ordinary demagogy?
    3. Nikopol
      Nikopol 28 July 2012 23: 16
      0
      There are more than enough Kurds in Turkey. Then they have 5 point does not calm down. laughing And the fact that they will go to Syria is not discussed. (The dog lacks the owner’s order (USA / NATO).
    4. Che
      Che 30 July 2012 11: 11
      +1
      The State Department is actively engaged in this, and it is not without reason that Clinton is wandering around the Middle East. In general, purely human amers already got everyone with their arrogance and unprincipledness.
  6. GHG
    GHG 27 July 2012 09: 20
    +20
    At my leisure, I thought ... if Russia ever goes to war on its territory, then we will have to face such manifestations that have already happened in the Second World War as the recruitment of punishers, all kinds of policemen, traitors and other riffraffs. 146% are sure that "orange-swamp shit @@@ kraticheskaya blueness" will be mainly present there. It will not be a shame to shoot at your own people. In case of aggravation of international relations, I suggest that all opposition be sent to labor camps (GULAG) or immediately to the region .Bog sees that it will be better.
    1. Lech e-mine
      Lech e-mine 27 July 2012 09: 36
      +11
      In EINZAC TEAMs during the Second World War, the executioners under the leadership of the GERMANS were Baltic, Western Ukrainians they were particularly cruel to the civilian population IN THE TERRITORY OF CURRENT BELARUS, EASTERN UKRAINE AND RUSSIA. And I think the US Department of State would be happy to serve people DEMOCRATIZATIONS in foreign countries.
      1. Trapperxnumx
        Trapperxnumx 27 July 2012 10: 08
        +5
        And who do you think is now flooding the information Mr. Internet, radio and television? After all, it’s not the Martians. Already, there is such a group of people working against their country who betrayed her for a hamburger and Coke. Those who threw stones at beaten with sharpeners of our riot police in Moscow - aren't we?
        But I don’t have any pity for such kam traitors.
    2. Seversk
      Seversk 27 July 2012 11: 22
      +2
      Born of the revolution. The execution of the agitator
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FphS77mabE
      So it will be necessary with them.
    3. you tested the restore function of your back
      0
      Ges
      and such nonsense is supported by 15 pluses ?! It is amazing to see ... And who exactly will determine whether the enemy or not is the enemy and will shoot his citizens?
      1. GHG
        GHG 28 July 2012 16: 10
        +1
        I have gone too far, at the expense of the rhea, but with such "people" you need to keep your ear sharp. And this is not nonsense, YOU wander. Do you still believe that the West brought us democracy? After such a democracy, willy-nilly, you will think that it is better to live with dictator. I consider the opposition a "gray mass" who knows that under this leadership they do not shine, so this mass gathers in heaps to get pind-their grandees. The most notorious idlers and parasites think that with a revolutionary wave they will displace power and end up in state feeders.
        back are you by any chance not one of these?
        1. Morani
          Morani 28 July 2012 16: 29
          -4
          Quote: GES
          After such a democracy, you willy-nilly think that it is better to live under a dictator

          So live and keep your mouth shut, even if you are completely loyal to the dictatorship, you can find yourself in a casemate at any time on a wild charge.
          1. Che
            Che 30 July 2012 11: 15
            +1
            Do not confuse dictatorship with the freedom of the nation from being captured by amers and their rats. I think Assad would be able to carry out reforms without pogans from abroad.
      2. 77bor1973
        77bor1973 28 July 2012 20: 50
        +1
        That's when they will shoot their packs, you will immediately know who is the enemy and who is not the enemy!
  7. small
    small 27 July 2012 09: 27
    +17
    To the author ++++ !!!! Elena well done, brave girl !!! We are waiting for new publications !!!
    1. Abramovich
      Abramovich 27 July 2012 14: 57
      -16%
      Courage - Translation of the propaganda of government channels in Arabic, into Russian of the website "Voennoye Obozreniye" yes

      Syrian generals amaze with their brilliant mind, these are the great strategists and tactics of modern times! First, they lure hundreds of militants into the residential quarters of the capital, and then they cover these quarters with artillery and carry out stripping operations. That’s yes, it’s just a shine! I admire how no one had thought of this before! What's interesting next? Lure the militants to the palace and while they run around and get confused in the gold-mirrored rooms - turn off the water and send them a very high electricity bill! fellow

      It’s time for commander Bashar to attach a second surname - Bashar Asad-Suvorov lol

      It's funny how a couple of years ago, Assad threatened to return the Golan Heights by force if Israel does not agree to return them peacefully. To fight such a clumsy army against a powerful army of Israel? We would have eaten hummus in Damascus in 3 days. bully
      1. saturn.mmm
        saturn.mmm 27 July 2012 16: 03
        +4
        Quote: Abramovich
        Fight with such a clumsy army against the powerful army of Israel? We would have eaten hummus in Damascus in 3 days

        Having resolved all the issues with Palestine and tasting the Palestinian hummus in a day, you decided to switch to Syrian hummus, probably so that the people of Israel would not only go everywhere with a gun, but also sleep with them. Maybe all the same it is better to eat Malauah and calmly raise children.
        I think when the Arab League gain absolute influence in the Middle East, Israel will begin to get a little nauseous from hummus.
        And affirmations in the future tense are not quite as if ........., everything happens in life, at any moment it can fail any link and the chain of events will break.
      2. esaul
        esaul 27 July 2012 18: 11
        +4
        Quote: Abramovich
        Fight with such a clumsy army against the powerful army of Israel?

        If the Israeli army was absolutely confident in its overwhelming superiority and impunity, then it would have long fallen on Syria and Iran together, and not forced its politicians to cut circles around the states, enticing and trying to enlist their active participation in a possible war.
        1. Abramovich
          Abramovich 27 July 2012 20: 52
          -3
          esaul,

          Not only Israel, but also Syria is confident in the overwhelming superiority of the Israeli army. Or do you want to argue about this? tongue

          Israel never had goals to fall on one of its neighbors just for fun, if we don’t touch it it would be calm. The Golan Heights and the Sinai Peninsula were once captured due to the ongoing shelling of the north and bandit sorties in the south.

          As for Iran and the circles around the United States, Israel does not have enough strength alone to cause significant damage to the Iranian nuclear program and this is not only Israel’s problem, it’s a problem for the whole world, including Russia.


          Quote: saturn.mmm
          I think when the Arab League gain absolute influence in the Middle East, Israel will begin to get a little nauseous from hummus.


          If the Arabs in the 60s, with the latest Soviet weapons and instructors could not cope with the young little Israel, now when there is destruction everywhere we should be afraid? Do you believe that? request

          Quote: Rockets
          You’ve been fighting them for many decades. And it’s also not very easy for the sun to defeat partisan aircraft with tanks


          Fighting with whom? We always beat regular Arab armies, and it’s not easy for any army in the world to cope with partisans. If we wanted to finish Hezbola in 2006, we would! Just as in 1982 they finished off 20 thousand bandages of Arafat and the remaining were loaded onto ships and sent to Tunisia. laughing
          1. Ataturk
            Ataturk 27 July 2012 21: 55
            -3
            Quote: Abramovich
            Israel never had a goal of raining down on one of its neighbors just for fun


            No one fights for fun. There is interest in the land. How to chop off more.



            Quote: Abramovich
            The Golan Heights and the Sinai Peninsula were once captured due to the ongoing shelling of the north and bandit sorties in the south.

            Judging by this theory, the war will never end. It’s necessary, you are at war with the enemy, captured what is needed and he has a mountain. Well, I’ll capture the mountain with him, and there’s another mountain and more, so the whole Arabian Peninsula can be taken.

            Quote: Abramovich
            As for Iran and the circles around the United States, Israel does not have enough strength alone to cause significant damage to the Iranian nuclear program and this is not only Israel’s problem, it’s a problem for the whole world, including Russia.


            Given that official Israel acknowledged that Iran did not threaten Israel, why should Israel attack Iran?

            So my dear, Israel, the Iranian theme and the conflict already smells like mothballs ... It’s all about oil. And in Syria they want to create Kurdistan. Piece from Iraq Iran and Syria. And then the Kurds are already in the guts. Plus put your own there. Plus oil. Aleluja.
          2. Odinplys
            Odinplys 28 July 2012 04: 27
            0
            Quote: Abramovich
            Regular Arab armies we always beat


            There is no stronger fighter in the world ... than frightened .... e ... th

            Quote: Abramovich
            If the Arabs in the 60s, with the latest Soviet weapons and instructors could not cope with the young little Israel, now when there is destruction everywhere we should be afraid?


            There would be no agreement with the Zionists ssh ... the Dead Sea ... would become even dead ...
            And the fact that there is devastation ... so you sow it ... the truth is by the wrong hands ... stupid peoples of NATO members ... which are controlled by your Zionists ...
          3. Morani
            Morani 28 July 2012 16: 08
            -1
            I'll tell you how it is. The Arabs do not know how to fight (and thank God) In some places, some when, some were advisers. Here it was pukanulo their commander to halt and even though you do what to him, at least a stake on his head ..., at least for good, at least for bad, explain that you need to move, your eyes are filled with blood, net and that's it. In the morning, three O's with bloody snot. This is one of the nuances. Obstinacy, laziness, poherism. In cases of the beginning of a fight, armed showdowns or better raids, they stepped aside and watched, after a couple of days the soldiers returned with confiscated "refrigerators and various utensils. Like - the end of the war, tired, and the cartridge ran out. And then they lived on the principle of that friend those who donate money, weapons and uniforms have stopped supplying them - all are not friends, we will look for others.
          4. saturn.mmm
            saturn.mmm 28 July 2012 21: 41
            0
            Quote: Abramovich
            If the Arabs in the 60s, with the latest Soviet weapons and instructors could not cope with the young little Israel, now when there is destruction everywhere we should be afraid? Do you believe that?

            Honestly, I don’t even know what to tell you, Afghanistan is in ruin and not calm.
            If you have children, then every time letting them out for a walk, you need to check if there is any shahid running around the street.
            I do not mean fear, concede, hide or something else humiliating.
            Fear for the lives of parents' children.
            Quote: Abramovich
            Just as in 1982 they finished off 20 thousand bandages of Arafat and the remaining were loaded onto ships and sent to Tunisia. laughing

            I understand that there are no hostile Palestinians left. And Hezbola was left to divorce.
          5. Che
            Che 30 July 2012 11: 22
            +1
            Abramovich,
            This is not a problem of Russia, this is your problem, you created it and disentangle it.
        2. Ataturk
          Ataturk 27 July 2012 21: 48
          -1
          Quote: esaul
          If the Israeli army was absolutely confident in its overwhelming superiority and impunity, then it would have long collapsed in Syria and Iran combined


          Dear Valery,
          You are an adult. Why should they be sure about impunity when there is NATO + others who will die in the name of the interests of Israel?

          Goy's life is insignificant for them. Let them fight and die.
      3. iSpoiler
        iSpoiler 27 July 2012 19: 16
        +2
        You are just a troll ....
        Or a masochist, what do you like when you are offended .. ??
        Go eat your hummus or whatever you have ...
        And leave people alone
      4. Sergh
        Sergh 27 July 2012 19: 38
        +2
        Quote: Abramovich
        hummus ate

        Both-on, and said that here among all the most sober. What has I swallowed in the morning today? Go to bed or hummus order a couple of servings with kefir.
      5. Rockets
        Rockets 27 July 2012 19: 59
        +3
        You’ve been fighting them for many decades. And it’s also not very easy for the sun to defeat partisan aircraft with tanks
        Assad leaves and God forbid, chemical weapons fall to the radicals, and you and not only you will have hemorrhoids for the whole ... Then you will have a chance to prove yourself Matityahu "Maccabi"
      6. Odinplys
        Odinplys 28 July 2012 04: 18
        0
        Quote: Abramovich
        We would have eaten hummus in Damascus in 3 days.


        The Zionists are starting to show their true "face" ... that's great .... the Slamazly got nervous ...
        Soon you will eat Iranian uranium ...
      7. you tested the restore function of your back
        0
        Abramovich,
        You are a commentator with humor. Indeed, why was it necessary to lure militants into residential quarters and then destroy all this with artillery and aircraft? And where now all these people live? And who will return their property to them? Who will feed the children and how? Unanswered questions ....
        Maybe Mrs. Gromova will answer?
      8. Nikopol
        Nikopol 28 July 2012 23: 21
        +1
        Who is stopping you, dear7 Or have the roads of Syria for your "carrots" been laid yet? I will not open America - Israel is surrounded on 3 sides by Arab countries, whose technology is not a fountain (to be honest), but in terms of numbers they will surpass many.
      9. Che
        Che 30 July 2012 11: 19
        +1
        Yes, what would you cost without *** - zero. Only the dollar keeps you afloat, well, in whose hands the Fed - everyone knows.
      10. LENINGRADE
        LENINGRADE 30 July 2012 15: 04
        +1
        if my grandmother had a .ui she would be a grandfather! so it’s not known if you would eat anything now! we have our own interests in Syria so don’t snoop your dad forward!
      11. prav
        prav 2 August 2012 21: 02
        0
        some mutant
  8. Net
    Net 27 July 2012 09: 29
    +14
    The more I read, the more contempt for journalists spreading outright lies. And looking at all this wild capitalist chaos, you see how Soviet propaganda was right! Maybe she acted somewhat awkwardly, and we secretly laughed at her, but who knew that one day, all this would come true.
    1. Kaa
      Kaa 27 July 2012 10: 26
      +7
      Quote: Netto
      we laughed at her secretly

      Someone from the great said that only the strongest can laugh at himself. I do not know how with this in other countries.
    2. you tested the restore function of your back
      0
      Netto
      But what exactly was Soviet propaganda right?
      Especially after all, it was written for you that the French Figaro carried out her INVESTIGATION and denied the information, supposedly close to official circles, of people! So where is the French frantic propaganda here?
  9. vezunchik
    vezunchik 27 July 2012 09: 34
    +11
    That's where the GRU special forces would come in handy. And his methods of destroying the leaders of gangs!
    1. Pacifist
      Pacifist 27 July 2012 09: 49
      +4
      What really. These specialists, from the "oppositionists" would not have left even rags.
      At the same time, SAS would wind the tail.
      1. Kaa
        Kaa 27 July 2012 10: 43
        +8
        Quote: Pacifist
        At the same time, SAS would wind the tail.

        It would be nice, otherwise this shaven-headed "oppositionist" sitting in the center hurts at the SAS member or some other soldier waving.
    2. Rikoshet
      Rikoshet 27 July 2012 16: 26
      -3
      We have already seen such special forces once in Beslan! Better not! This is from a series of type-come to us in Kolyma, no better you are to us
    3. you tested the restore function of your back
      +1
      vezunchik,
      I apologize, but why then did the GRU special forces not yet destroy Umarov and his colleagues in OWN TERRITORY ?!
  10. volcano
    volcano 27 July 2012 09: 41
    +3
    the information war is growing.
    To be honest, Assad probably said nothing about WMD. In my opinion this is a puncture.
    The Western media will turn this upside down and will convince not only the leadership, but also the Western society that Syria with WMD is a threat to peace. And the threat must be eliminated.
    How not to recall Iraq with its WMD (about which Hussein Ksati did not speak). But supposedly there was enough intelligence. And here Assad himself admitted.
    I think that it complicated the already difficult work of Russia and China.
    And the fright of NATO may be less than the fright of the World.
    1. sanych
      sanych 28 July 2012 06: 45
      +2
      Quote: volkan
      To be honest, Assad probably said nothing about WMD. In my opinion this is a puncture.
      The Western media will turn this upside down and will convince not only the leadership, but also the Western society that Syria with WMD is a threat to peace. And the threat must be eliminated.

      I disagree. And here's why: the DPRK carried out a series of nuclear tests, information about several warheads installed on missiles was injected in the media. The same missiles are constantly being tested. And now no one wants to "democratize" North. Korea. Moreover, check the presence of weapons of mass destruction on your own skin. And Assad correctly warned about the possibility of its use in the event of external aggression. Let them think about it. By the way, our new military doctrine also directly indicates the use of nuclear weapons against armies waging a war with us with CONVENTIONAL weapons, if we are not able to resist with the same means. So here too - Syria will not be able to fight on equal terms with NATO and the Saudis without weapons of mass destruction. And, as already mentioned above, all permitted means are acceptable to protect the country from an external aggressor. Nobody banned chemical weapons.
    2. you tested the restore function of your back
      0
      volkan
      if Assad "makes fun" of threats of weapons of mass destruction, then he is completely inadequate and does not give a count of his actions
  11. viruskvartirus
    viruskvartirus 27 July 2012 10: 01
    0
    "The embassies of a fraternal country" here we tend to go too far ... Syria is already a fraternal country, and Iran too? request I understand that "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" but "brotherly country".
  12. Dartvenom
    Dartvenom 27 July 2012 10: 20
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    And they completely forgot in America how, with the help of white phosphorus, they destroyed almost the entire population of the city that raised the matzha.

    Can you bring info on this? Interesting to read.
  13. Mnemonics
    Mnemonics 27 July 2012 10: 20
    +1
    The ground burns under the feet of the bandits
    The bandits are burning, setting fire to the hosts,
    There will be no rain according to the weather forecast
    There will be no protection under the onslaught of truth
  14. Bugor
    Bugor 27 July 2012 10: 25
    +1
    Yesterday I rode a tram along the Moscow River. On the pier, I talked to the guard. I speak English badly, it is even worse :).
    In short, it turned out that he was from Syria, right now lives in Helsinki, comes to Moscow to work. I asked him about Bashar. The answer was surprising to me: it turns out that Assad many do not like. People fell from the country ...
    True, this is the opinion of only one person.
    1. Kaa
      Kaa 27 July 2012 15: 45
      +3
      Quote: Bugor
      True, this is the opinion of only one person.

      The Scandinavians, with a dear soul, have long been providing "political asylum" to all scumbags from the Middle East. This one, apparently, has fled from Syria a long time ago, and in Helsinki it is probably bad for him, they are forced to work. So he came here to guard, I no longer dare to guess who and for what, different thoughts creep into my head.
  15. feanor
    feanor 27 July 2012 10: 33
    +4
    Bugor,
    Perhaps he is as disliked as we have Putin, but with the threat of "NATO mongrels" the people will be hand and foot for him.
    1. Rikoshet
      Rikoshet 27 July 2012 16: 29
      -6
      Yes, and without NATO mongrels, the medveps were already crawling out! again as under Yoske forced you to vote ?? "And who is not him" - this is your excuse
      1. Che
        Che 30 July 2012 11: 33
        +1
        Rikoshet,
        I’ll whip it now - don’t tell a lie.
  16. Dartvenom
    Dartvenom 27 July 2012 10: 35
    +10
    Quote: Bugor
    Assad does not like many. People fell from the country ...

    We also do not like some people, rallies withdraw. Dumped out of the country by large and small crowds. Apparently people in certain circles have certain inclinations.
    But Syria now has a survival issue in which only cohesion will help her. As long as she is, they hold on.
    1. Yasen Ping
      Yasen Ping 28 July 2012 10: 06
      +1
      True patriots always remain at home, no matter how bad it is.
    2. teradimich
      teradimich 30 July 2012 20: 33
      0
      I totally agree.
  17. strannik595
    strannik595 27 July 2012 10: 53
    +6
    Lena well done, God forbid health and good luck, and I apologize for my doubts, when I found out the news that the Syrians are massively fleeing Damascus during the latest events, I thought that this was the final, and then they blew up the main staff officers ..... .............. I'm glad that they got up and hold on ............... and as I understand it, our support is also important for them, since they rejoice with our flag in hand ................. under the wing of a strong company you can achieve the goal and finish off the local Vlasovites

    I think if the Syrian embassy announced the collection of humanitarian aid (by EMERCOM planes), then the Russians could well help. Judging by the photo, they have a house in Krymsk, a hole in a hole ...........
  18. Skiff
    Skiff 27 July 2012 11: 10
    +7
    If Syria persists, this will be the beginning of the end of the Western world, many countries and peoples will see that the West is not as strong as it represents.
    The people of Syria fight for their homeland, burn jackals.
    1. you tested the restore function of your back
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      Skiff
      I apologize, but who exactly will see the "decaying" West, and most importantly, what exactly will it do about this? I would like to know more ...
  19. Rockets
    Rockets 27 July 2012 11: 21
    +3
    As it is not noticed. an event has passed. which can change the balance of power.
    Kurds took control of northeast Syria.
    And these are the borders of Turkey, Iraq. For now, the Kurds are neutral.
    But at one time, the leadership of Syria, the Kurds were hard pressed.
    And what is still noteworthy is that right now the Kurds have intensified in all adjacent territories, including the Turkish one.
    Turks are ready to even carry out special operations in Syria

    PS And along the way, dreams come true, Kurdistan still be
    1. Neutral
      Neutral 27 July 2012 11: 28
      +1
      By the way
      RT Erdogan: Turkey will not allow Kurdish militants to create camps in Syria

      Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan today, July 26, officially accused the Syrian authorities of patronizing the militants of the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK). About this writes "Lenta.ru" with reference to the channel "Al-Arabia."

      “The Bashar al-Assad regime has given up the five northern provinces of its country to the Kurds, their terrorist organization (PKK),” Erdogan said.

      When asked what he was going to do with it, the Turkish prime minister replied: "What we did, we are doing and will continue to do in Iraq."

      Note that the Kurds living in southeastern Turkey, northeast Syria, as well as in the western territories of Iran and Iraq, are fighting in all these countries for independence and the formation of a single Kurdistan. The Kurdish Labor Party is considered a terrorist organization in Turkey, the European Union, the United States and several other states.

      PKK bases in northern Iraq are regularly bombarded and bombarded by the Turkish government army. According to Erdogan, the periodic bombardment of a neighboring country is caused by “the need to take measures for self-defense”.
      1. Rockets
        Rockets 27 July 2012 11: 35
        +5
        Quote: Neutral
        "What we did, we do and will continue to do in Iraq."


        Something he beguiled, this will not work in Syria, they will rake back ...
  20. Syrdon
    Syrdon 27 July 2012 11: 21
    +1
    When our squadron arrives, so that the most active ones calm down there.
    1. Rikoshet
      Rikoshet 27 July 2012 16: 30
      -3
      Squadron! So loudly said, already goosebumps !!
    2. you tested the restore function of your back
      -1
      Syrdon,
      how will your "squadron" "calm" "someone there"?
  21. wolverine7778
    wolverine7778 27 July 2012 12: 04
    +2
    IMHO to capture Damascus does not mean to keep Damascus. If the rebels are concentrated in one place, it’s easier to identify and strike than to search among the population what
  22. JonnyT
    JonnyT 27 July 2012 12: 15
    +4
    The lying bastards ............ nothing sacred. Hang on Assad, if there was a set, he would go there if he didn’t want to oppress
  23. Born in USSR
    Born in USSR 27 July 2012 12: 38
    +3
    Well done, Assad! Keep it up! Destruction of civilians by militants will create hatred for them and will rally the population around the government! But people cannot be defeated!
    1. Rikoshet
      Rikoshet 27 July 2012 16: 34
      -5
      Tell the Libyans this! or the Iraqis! Oh, sorry, Russians, whom a handful of commies in leather jackets and with a poorly pronounced letter "rhe" mischired and forced themselves to love "with some strange love"
      1. Che
        Che 30 July 2012 11: 37
        +1
        Rikoshet,
        Ostap suffered and carried. Do not smack nonsense, do not lick the State Department fifth point.
  24. fktrctqxbr
    fktrctqxbr 27 July 2012 13: 08
    0
    Western media are lying, our lies. The result is one, the civilian population suffers.
  25. Andrei
    Andrei 27 July 2012 14: 13
    +2
    What kind of freaks are these amers ... will do anything to achieve their goals without regard to the victims !. They believe that the whole world should revolve around them !!
    A normal country, everyone lived normally ... and these civil wars were unleashed ... although most people did not want this .... dermocrats
    ... if they want democracy, then they reckon with the majority opinion, and here on the contrary, everything angry
    1. Rikoshet
      Rikoshet 27 July 2012 16: 38
      +1
      Andryusha, amers-dolls for whipping! They themselves fell like hens into cabbage soup. Here the City of Landon steers and will steer, and there are distant traditions and long arms
  26. boraMSK
    boraMSK 27 July 2012 16: 26
    -1
    Well done Syrians-this is the beginning of the end of NATO)
    1. you tested the restore function of your back
      +1
      Assad will "destroy" NATO? Yes, you are a joker, it will be interesting to see
  27. Samovar
    Samovar 27 July 2012 17: 06
    +1
    Now in Syria, the battle is not so much between the militants and the troops of Assad, but between Russia and the United States. And the State Department officials at any cost are trying to unleash an even more terrible massacre, to make millions on the blood of other people and to save their financial system from collapse. However, every day the chances of this are getting smaller. The Syrian army is burning the lair behind the lair of these militants, while Russia and China are preventing the United States and Co. from sowing the country with "democracy" aircraft. The frail clitoris is beating hysterically, trying to attribute new atrocities to the "bloody Syrian regime." But as we already know, the louder they shout in the West, the more correctly we act.
    And no matter how pumped up "freedom fighters" with weapons and money, those who want to go to the slaughter in Syria will eventually remain less and less.
  28. darkman70
    darkman70 27 July 2012 17: 43
    +3
    So early the world media rushed to bury the “regime of Bashar al-Assad.” Syria is holding on.

    Syrians can only be settled. Persistent people turned out to be. And Assad did not disappoint, did not show cowardice. Well done in one word.
  29. Starksa
    Starksa 27 July 2012 18: 04
    +5
    Handsome Bashar Assad, I wish you success in the destruction of this scum!
  30. df34edgf
    df34edgf 27 July 2012 18: 29
    0
    The authorities of our country have done a lot, but this is already too much.
    I generally accidentally found him http://linkshrink.com/6jj
    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.
  31. rexby63
    rexby63 27 July 2012 20: 48
    +3
    Article plus. And an even bigger plus for the brave woman and truthful journalist Elena Gromova
  32. Yarbay
    Yarbay 28 July 2012 00: 23
    -3
    Of course, the main events are ahead and Assad has shown his determination and courage!
    Only from the article of the respected Gromova did not understand this * In the area desecrated by enemies of Al-Midan, ** - if it is understood that the rebels were there, then all of Syria is already desecrated, if something else, then who and how will re-illuminate these places ??
    And again a lot of pathetics, dies!
    Although I repeat on the side of Assad, even though he still loses!
    1. you tested the restore function of your back
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      This is all of course good, but only every Divine Day the rating of Russia in the Muslim world is reduced after all ... And sometime a critical point will come. As if Russian politicians had not dug another problem with Islamic terrorism for their people
  33. Magadan
    Magadan 28 July 2012 01: 11
    +3
    Quote: Ataturk
    If Putin goes all the way to save the people that are Syria, then he is a man. If not, then this will be food for the mind of many of Russia's allies.

    Not only among the allies, but among their own people. If Syria falls, for me personally it will be a terrible shame.
    1. you tested the restore function of your back
      0
      If the Syrian regime falls, then for you personally - it will be a serious tragedy. But what do you say about Putin then?
  34. Odinplys
    Odinplys 28 July 2012 04: 42
    -2
    Quote: Magadan
    Not only among the allies, but among their own people. If Syria falls, for me personally it will be a terrible shame.

    Quote: Quote: Ataturk
    If Putin goes all the way to save the people that are Syria, then he is a man. If not, then this will be food for the mind of many of Russia's allies. [/ Quote


    The task has gone to Putin ... you can’t bring the people ... neither your own ... nor the Syrian ...
    Syria would join the CSTO ... and the point ...
    And Putin will go ... to victory ... as he and we all ... have nowhere to retreat ...
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  35. V-mir
    V-mir 28 July 2012 13: 15
    +1
    The worst thing in this situation is that when you read and watch most of our (Russian) media, you see that they are written by the State Department. In particular, coverage of the situation in Syria. There is no single footnote to the Syrian or Iranian media!
    The above article does not use already worked out phrase stamps and shows part of the real situation! And the so-called world media are the ones that show us!
    Why do most people watch Our TV box and then "rub" this news among themselves. Why is it not smart enough to go to the home sites of sources of events and news!
    1. V-mir
      V-mir 28 July 2012 14: 21
      0
      https://plus.google.com/u/0/100319452588749053884/posts/g8g6enjGqHf
    2. V-mir
      V-mir 28 July 2012 14: 26
      +4
      Our news
  36. Warik
    Warik 28 July 2012 15: 19
    0
    so west and will continue, shame will go back will find ...
  37. John
    John 28 July 2012 21: 05
    0
    Hmm, all chess is a chess game. The information that we have is not enough for a complete conclusion. Where, where, and in the GRU, chess players are still sitting drinks They say they’ll fight, we’ll fight. The rest is tuftology. Assad handsome, God bless him.
  38. Serg_Y
    Serg_Y 29 July 2012 09: 50
    0
    Yes, reforms in such conditions are hard to do. This is not a Caucasus.
  39. akromaserp
    akromaserp 29 July 2012 19: 13
    0
    The Libyan version clearly does not work!
  40. teradimich
    teradimich 30 July 2012 20: 32
    0
    akromaserp,
    And the Americans have already understood this. If I am not mistaken, even in Libya, "rebels" did not arrange such atrocities.
  41. Serg_Y
    Serg_Y 30 July 2012 21: 36
    0
    In my opinion, the lynching of the old man by the "democrats" was an overkill.
  42. Oleg Rosskiyy
    Oleg Rosskiyy 30 July 2012 22: 34
    0
    If in the West homosexuality is the norm, then why be surprised that their journalists from this fraternity pervert everything that happens in the world.
  43. Sterkoder
    Sterkoder 31 July 2012 04: 34
    +1
    Lena you well done just be careful!
    we are worried about you.
    Good luck to you!
  44. 3 points from Ilyich
    3 points from Ilyich 31 July 2012 22: 15
    +1
    The truth cannot be hidden forever, the one who owns it is strong and does not hide the truth with any weapon. Fortunately, more and more people are beginning to understand what is happening in the world. Thanks for the article, hold on Syria, hold on Assad.
  45. Rossyanin
    Rossyanin 2 August 2012 00: 12
    0
    Quote: esaul
    Yes, the power of Russia (even though someone responds with contempt or skepticism about it) is, today, a real force. The same crowbar! And whether this scrap will rise to protect the Syrian people depends on Putin, whether someone likes it or not.

    Putin will never raise our "scrap" against NATO for a foreign country (which, by the way, I agree with him), he will "sell" Syria to the states anyway - the main thing is not to "cheapen", as they say, the interests of his country are "closer to the body" ...
  46. valton
    valton 2 August 2012 15: 49
    0
    The United States is now in a state of a cornered beast. The price of the issue is to continue to dominate the world or come to terms with the multipolar world. And the United States will wage this war not for life, but to death. This is a war of dark forces with light.
  47. Mirolubivyi
    Mirolubivyi 2 August 2012 21: 56
    0
    I agree with you valton. After many years of practically unpunished terror (I'm not afraid of this word) of the Middle Eastern people, NATO members faced a really strong-willed people, and of course MAN ASSAD (well, the role of the Russian Federation and China here cannot be underestimated.) The US elections are coming soon, which is why Hilarie- " faithful friend "of Syria, so tears * opu for a military invasion, well, so to lose the" conflict "before the elections is to lose the elections! Against this background, the United States can do some serious nonsense, but in principle, it can also shift all responsibility, for example, onto Turkey. LET'S HOPE FOR THE END OF THE LEGALIZED TERROR!