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Militants continue crimes against the Syrian people and journalists

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Militants continue crimes against the Syrian people and journalistsCrimes against the people of Syria continue. People continue to die and suffer from the hands of hired terrorists supported by the West.
In the area of ​​Damascus Zaplatani, an act of terrorism occurred during which 12 people were injured - all civilians. The houses were damaged, the cars were broken ...
In the city of Deir-Ez-Zor, another Syrian journalist died - Muhammad Al-Ashram, a correspondent of the long-suffering Syrian news channel Al-Ihbariya. I can not remind you that this channel is the most hated for militants. It is not the first time that terrible crimes are being committed against him and his staff. Al-Ihbariya survived the militants ’attack on his studio, with the destruction of equipment and the killing of three journalists and three guards, and the abduction of a film crew when one of the employees was killed by terrorists and the rest was freed by the valiant Syrian army right in the battles with the bandits, where they worked alongside the soldiers. And now another employee of the TV channel was martyred, fulfilling his duty.
In the city of Aleppo, gangsters paid for by the West opened a terrible hunt against utility workers. We can also say that the “guilt” of soldiers for criminals is that the soldiers are directly fighting gangs; The “fault” of journalists is that they are telling the truth about the atrocities of terrorists. But what were the employees who are engaged in garbage collection guilty in front of them? Apparently, only those that go to work.
So, in the Sheikh Maxid district of Aleppo, terrorists opened fire on workers who were cleaning the city from dirt. Not even from terrorist dirt - this is the army’s business, but from ordinary ...
The driver of the garbage truck was killed, as well as the passerby. Several janitorial workers were injured.
But even this was not enough for the bandits, and they attacked people who were cleaning up trash on Kadi Askar Square. Mohammed Hyatt worker was killed.
A similar crime was committed by militants in the area of ​​Qadi Askar Square, where the worker Muhammad Hayat was killed.
This is the “revolution”! Already directed against the janitors! And we, the naive, believed that revolutions were what was intended to protect the common people!
But the West continues to support this pseudo-revolution. NATO members continue to threaten Syria with a military invasion. The next occasion was a series of incidents on the Syrian-Turkish border. However, there are already reports that the notorious shelling of the village of Akchakale, from which the aggravation began on the border between the two countries, was made from weapons sample of NATO. And one of the rebel groups even claimed responsibility for the shelling. But the western owners ordered her to remain silent. In addition, US President Obama re-signed a decree introducing new sanctions against Iran and Syria.
However, not everyone in the world supports this criminal policy of strangling Syria. One of the true friends of the country who has always spoken in her support is Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who recently won the presidential election again.
And immediately after his victory, Chavez made a statement in support of Syria at a press conference in Caracas. Moreover, he said everything directly and clearly, without diplomatic allegations and half-tones: “If we do not support the legitimate government of Syria and its President Bashar Al-Assad, then who will we support then? Are the terrorists who sow death? ”
The people of Syria are able to appreciate their true friends. Many Syrians rejoice at the victory of Chavez, and on election day in Venezuela, the ally’s last name could be heard in public transport and in Syrian coffee shops. On some buildings even portraits of Hugo Chávez appeared, alongside portraits of Bashar Assad.
Another ally, Alexander Lukashenko, in an interview with the British newspaper The Independent and the BBC TV channel also spoke out in support of Syria and against the plans of the West, which carries its “democracy” by violent means and writes scripts for overthrowing leaders of other countries, while supporting of terrorists.
In addition, the League of Workers of Lebanon and the Communist Party of Slovakia expressed solidarity with Syria.
The people and the army of Syria continues to resist pro-Western terrorists, and the support of the unconquered country is growing in the world.
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  1. Sakhalininsk
    Sakhalininsk 11 October 2012 08: 19
    +14
    The people of Syria see and understand what is happening in their country. The more victims there will be from the bandit rabble paid for with Qatari money, the more the people will have a stronger desire to break the necks of the murderers. Sooner or later, what these advocates of "crap" are doing under the guidance of Hila Klitors will have to be paid for.
    I would like Russia to provide more substantial support than the Syrians now, because in fact they are now fighting at our forefront.
    1. tronin.maxim
      tronin.maxim 11 October 2012 08: 37
      +9
      Quote: Sakhalininets
      because in fact they are now fighting at our forefront.

      More precisely, on far borders! We must intensify the struggle for Syria, otherwise the whole east will burn. And we, as citizens of Russia, will empathize with everything that happens to Syria with the Syrian people!
      1. nycsson
        nycsson 11 October 2012 09: 06
        +8
        Persistence and patience of the Syrian people in the fight against this evil!
      2. thatupac
        thatupac 11 October 2012 18: 18
        +1
        But do you directly want to participate on the side of Syria? bully
    2. nycsson
      nycsson 11 October 2012 09: 09
      +5
      Quote: Sakhalininets
      I would like Russia to provide more substantial support than the Syrians now, because in fact they are now fighting at our forefront.

      I completely agree! Today, the Turks detained a Syrian plane that flew from Moscow to Damascus! At the interception flew 2 F-16! On board were our diplomats and special cargo, which, as I understand it, was confiscated. The plane was thoroughly searched!
      1. Professor
        Professor 11 October 2012 09: 20
        +1
        special cargo, which, as I understand it, was confiscated

        During a search of the aircraft, communications equipment used for military purposes was discovered. The cargo was confiscated. No weapons were found.
        1. nycsson
          nycsson 11 October 2012 09: 41
          +3
          Quote: Professor
          The cargo was confiscated.

          Yeah! This is a serious hit !!!
          1. Ross
            Ross 11 October 2012 10: 44
            +2
            nycsson,
            Could Massad have built everything?
            1. nycsson
              nycsson 11 October 2012 13: 07
              +1
              Quote: Ross
              Could Massad have built everything?

              I don’t know who set it up, but the fact that the special services of the Russian Federation did not work is a fact!
        2. Che
          Che 11 October 2012 11: 12
          +3
          Professor,
          The creatures are overgrown, well, they’ll get nothing on the wort someday.
        3. Dimon Lviv
          Dimon Lviv 11 October 2012 13: 08
          +1
          Has the UN banned the supply of communications equipment to Syria?
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 11 October 2012 15: 07
            +2
            Not every confiscation requires a UN decision.
            1. Dimon Lviv
              Dimon Lviv 11 October 2012 18: 23
              0
              And without it, not every confiscation is legal.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 11 October 2012 18: 54
                +1
                The UN does not make legislative decisions. The UN is an advisory body for the harmonization of positions
    3. Steering wheel
      Steering wheel 11 October 2012 22: 13
      0
      Everyone who is seriously interested in history recommend listening (the Jewish-liberal media will not hear such an analysis)
      http://vk.com/andrey_fursov
  2. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 08: 46
    +5
    The White House in Washington, the main hotbed of terrorism! Such things need to be talked about on the UN rostrum, but everyone is talking about stopping the bloodshed. If the United States supports terrorists, how the UN can do it. I’m more surprised by our news channels, they released one launch and it comes out with an urgent note, and the fact that the fate of the whole world is being decided in Syria is silence. This is a question of a national idea, we understand what is happening in Syria, but our media are very silent. There will be no info support and the media will continue to be silent if things are not in the UN will be called by their proper names, we will not defend Syria, and these are already questions to our government.
    1. tronin.maxim
      tronin.maxim 11 October 2012 08: 51
      +4
      Quote: Alexander Romanov

      The White House in Washington, the main hotbed of terrorism! Such things need to be discussed at the UN rostrum

      And what's the point! UN controlled by USA! Would the UN be independent then another thing and so request
  3. Odessa
    Odessa 11 October 2012 08: 49
    +3
    Helen, thanks for the news from Syria, and another question, is it you in the photo?
    By the way, good morning everyone!
    1. mar.tira
      mar.tira 11 October 2012 09: 03
      0
      Quote: Odessa
      good morning everyone!

      Someone kind (to you). And someone in the light of the latest news is not very. And the question for Elena, as I understand it, is not simple but with a catch. Well, and what do you want to achieve with this?
      1. mar.tira
        mar.tira 11 October 2012 09: 13
        +1
        These are the disadvantages, as I understand it, for not rejoicing at the delay of the aircraft by the Turks. Thank you!
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 09: 17
          +1
          Quote: mar.tira
          Someone kind (to you). And someone in the light of the latest news is not very. And the question for Elena, as I understand it, is not simple but with a catch. Well, and what do you want to achieve with this

          That is, this is translated
          Quote: mar.tira
          for not rejoicing in the delay of the aircraft by the Turks

          Need to eat
          1. nycsson
            nycsson 11 October 2012 09: 43
            +1
            TURKISH ARRESTED BY TURKEY FLIES IN DAMASK
            TURKISH ARRESTED BY TURKEY FLIES IN DAMASK

            The Syrian passenger plane, detained by the Turkish Air Force in Ankara, flew to Damascus on the night of October 10-11, Interfax reported.
            The plane continued its journey to Damascus at 02:30 local time after nine hours of waiting at Ankara airport.

            There were 35 people on board, among whom, according to an unnamed agency source in the Russian Foreign Ministry, there were 17 Russians. After the aircraft was detained, employees of the Russian Embassy in Turkey arrived at Ankara Airport. However, according to the representative of the embassy, ​​they failed to meet with Russian passengers, because the plane was already preparing for departure at that time. According to Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, the travelers were treated hospitably and fed while the luggage compartments were inspected.

            Airbus A320 of the Syrian airline Syrian Air, flying from Moscow to Damascus, was intercepted by two Turkish Air Force F-16 fighters. At 17:15 local time (18:15 Moscow time) the plane landed at Ankara airport. The plane was detained to check the cargo: according to Davutoglu, the Turkish authorities received information that there were objects on board the airbus that did not meet the requirements of civil aviation.

            The cargo found during the inspection of the luggage compartments at Ankara Airport was confiscated by the Turkish authorities. According to the Turkish NTV channel, the cargo could turn out to be spare parts for use in rocket science. Agency "Interfax", referring to the Turkish newspaper Cumhuriyet, reported that we are talking about communication equipment and radios. RIA Novosti, in turn, referring to the Turkish media, reported that spare parts for radio stations that were used for military purposes were found on board the aircraft.
            1. Che
              Che 11 October 2012 10: 32
              +3
              nycsson,
              The Turks are fucked up, rocking the situation on their Bosko.
              1. nycsson
                nycsson 11 October 2012 13: 08
                +3
                Quote: Che
                Urki fucked, rock the situation on their Bosko.

                Turkey flies aircraft to Syrian borders

                print

                10.10.2012 06:19

                Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on October 9 that the Turkish Air Force planes have been redeployed closer to the Syrian border. According to him, this was done "in connection with the escalation of tension on the Turkish-Syrian border," where shelling of the Syrian territory has not continued in recent days.

                Erdogan said this at a meeting of the Turkish parliament, however, he said that Turkey is not interested in military operations, but must be prepared for any development of events, zman reports.

                It was previously reported that at least 25 f-16 aircraft were transferred to a military airfield located in close proximity to the border with Syria.

                NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen assured the Turkish authorities that, if necessary, the Alliance "will be ready to defend Turkey." Rasmussen spoke to reporters ahead of the meeting of NATO defense ministers, which opened yesterday in Brussels.
                1. Che
                  Che 12 October 2012 09: 54
                  +2
                  Quote: nycsson
                  NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen assured Turkish authorities that the Alliance "will be ready to defend Turkey" if necessary.

                  I wonder who will protect Syria? The logic of the universal people is striking. Everything is turned upside down.
                  The Turks apparently lack politicians such as Kemal Atatürk.
      2. Trailer
        Trailer 11 October 2012 09: 45
        +7
        Listen! But competent tactics! To shoot several workers of garbage trucks, then these same workers, fearing for their lives, refuse to go to work. Garbage in the cities accumulates, the population does not get any easier from this, and huala, a further increase in tension among the population, which only plays into the hands of the terrorists. Well, in place of the garbage trucks, I would hang a couple of these rats on the garbage trucks themselves with a sign "I sold my homeland to the West!" And I would ride along the city, essno, under escort. I think this would have cooled many, NY!
        1. mar.tira
          mar.tira 11 October 2012 09: 51
          +3
          Quote: Karavan
          I sold my homeland to the West! "

          I just don’t understand one thing? Why does Assad not distribute weapons to citizens, and does not declare World War II like ours? Or hasn't the time come yet? Waiting for the Turks to attack in the open? Then will it be too late ?????
          1. Professor
            Professor 11 October 2012 09: 56
            +2
            Why does Assad not distribute weapons to citizens, and does not declare World War II like ours?

            Yes, because the "people" there are Sunnis, and they are fighting against Assad. Assad did not moron them to hand out weapons. Moreover, the combat units where the Sunites serve (in the elite divisions there are solid Alawites and not many Druzes) are not let out of the position. There are already enough deserters and defectors there.
          2. Beck
            Beck 11 October 2012 11: 22
            -2
            mar.tiru.

            There is no domestic war with the adversary. There is a merciless civil war. What weapons to issue there is everyone there.
            1. Kshatriy
              Kshatriy 11 October 2012 13: 09
              +5
              Quote: Beck
              There is a merciless civil war. What weapons to issue there is everyone there.

              As I understand it, "you are an evening horse to us from Damascus" ??????????????
              The weapons are in the hands of international terrorists, shedding the blood of the Syrian people, issued to these bloody dogs in Turkey and paid by pin-dos-tan (so beloved by you beloved country that brings the light of democracy to all backward humanity)
              1. Beck
                Beck 11 October 2012 13: 43
                -1
                Kshatriya.

                Rat good people! Neither sleep, nor rest from the entom forelock. So that neither the bottom nor the tire. To raise and crack. In the very nook of the site, it will find and pinch like a vigorous louse. So even on the other side of the kuda you can’t reach by hand. To hurt, but to deprive the belly, we are all God's creatures. Okay, let's live.

                If you clean Lebanon now, there’ll be two typed small arms.

                1. igor67
                  igor67 11 October 2012 14: 38
                  +3
                  Beck,
                  Why go so far in the Arab and Bedouin villages in Israel so many small arms (not to be confused with the Pestin autonomy), during the World Cup, was in the same village during the match of the German national team, for each of the four ex goals there was such a cononade
                  1. Alexander Romanov
                    Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 15: 03
                    +2
                    Quote: igor67
                    there are so many small arms in the Arab and Bedouin villages in Israel

                    Quote: igor67
                    , for each of the 4 ex goals there was such a cononade mom do not grieve.

                    Hi Igor, my advice to you is to pack your things, passport and get out of this shooting gallery. Then the planes fly low, then your windows are shaking from explosions, in May home, home, it's time to go home wink
                    1. igor67
                      igor67 11 October 2012 15: 26
                      +1
                      Hi Romanovich, the female half of the family is happy with it, but really there are two Bedouin villages of Tuba and Zangaria 10 km away, they’re doing dog-friendly, last year the Bedouins attacked the police station and replenished their arsenals of weapons,

                      [quote = Alexander Romanov] then your windows are trembling from explosions, in May -
                      According to a Walla website citing a military source, explosions from the Syrian side were heard on the Golan Heights on the morning of October 5. Clashes between Assad’s army and rebel forces reportedly took place in a Syrian village near the Israeli border.

                      Recall that a few days ago, several mortar shells fired from Syria exploded in Israel. As reported then, this was not deliberate shelling.
                      1. Alexander Romanov
                        Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 15: 41
                        +1
                        igor67,
                        Quote: igor67
                        the female half of the family is satisfied

                        Igor, my advice to you is dig the bunker laughing
                        Quote: igor67
                        Clashes between Assad’s army and rebel forces reportedly took place in a Syrian village near the Israeli border

                        food stock laughing
                        Quote: igor67

                        Recall that a few days ago several mortar shells exploded in Israel

                        Buy a helmet and a machine gun wassat Oh damn, they’ll chop off the Internet and we’ll worry about how you are and what what
                      2. igor67
                        igor67 11 October 2012 15: 55
                        +1
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        Oh damn, they’ll chop off the Internet and we’ll worry about how you are and what

                        You’ll have to switch to the good old way: write letters drinks Yes, nothing serious will happen, for some reason I even think that there will be no serious shelling from the Lebanese side, I did not go along the border for a long time, they have such construction there, they build villas, they cut off the mosque, all under direct fire

                        shot on the phone. there between the trees. Lebanese new buildings visible behind the garden
                      3. Alexander Romanov
                        Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 16: 07
                        +2
                        Quote: igor67
                        You’ll have to switch to the good old way: write letters

                        Got it, I'll throw off the index in PM laughing
                        Quote: igor67
                        Nothing serious will happen.

                        Just in case, still take a ticket to Moscow with an open date, so just in case a fireman belay
                        Quote: igor67
                        all under direct fire

                        Clearly, in other words, you are also there under direct fire, no, all the nerves are no longer pulling out, I’m dripping 50 valerian drinks
                      4. igor67
                        igor67 11 October 2012 16: 11
                        +2
                        Alexander Romanov,
                        both me and me drinks .
                      5. Che
                        Che 12 October 2012 10: 02
                        +2
                        b] igor67,
                        Isn't there desert and vegetation everywhere? Probably there are no Russian birches?
                2. Dimon Lviv
                  Dimon Lviv 11 October 2012 14: 41
                  +3
                  Beck, you hinted about the civil war there - tell me, and mercenaries from the following countries:
                  France, Algeria, Afghanistan, Jordan, Trucius, Chechnya, Saudi Arabia, Libya, and others - is that all Syrian citizens?
                  When the police can’t cope with the liquidation of armed gangs organized from abroad, supported from abroad, gangs in which several citizens of this country are crowded among foreigners and attracted an army to help, can this be called a civil war?
                  1. Beck
                    Beck 11 October 2012 14: 56
                    0
                    Dimon.

                    In Russia, there were Chinese coolies, Hungarians, Czechs, and Latvian arrows who saved the Bolsheviks in 1918 from a putsch of essays, led by Maria Spiridonova.
                  2. Pimply
                    Pimply 11 October 2012 15: 16
                    -1
                    Yes you can. Because the presence of external forces is a common situation for almost any civil war. Assad, in this case - from Iran and Hezbollah, the Sunnis - from Iraq and Libya.
                    The Spanish Civil War and international brigades can be remembered as one of the most striking examples.
                    1. Beck
                      Beck 11 October 2012 15: 22
                      -2
                      Pimply.

                      Well, it’s better, otherwise I don’t have time to unsubscribe.
                    2. Sandov
                      Sandov 12 October 2012 22: 41
                      +1
                      Pimply,
                      Again wrong. Fascist Germany and world imperialism overthrew a legitimate government. Franco was seated on the throne and the massacre began. Organizers and puppeteers are famous.
                  3. Sandov
                    Sandov 12 October 2012 22: 38
                    +1
                    Dimon Lviv,
                    This is not a civil war, amers rocked the situation before international intervention. All the army gathered from the Middle East. In front of us is a army, behind us is a army, around us is a army. Ruthlessly destroy them like mad rabbits.
                3. Kshatriy
                  Kshatriy 11 October 2012 14: 51
                  0
                  Quote: Beck
                  Okay, let's live.

                  Thank you, dear Bek - "Golden Horde of Kazakh nationality" - for giving me, unworthy, the right to live by you ... (and why did the so respected "urza-murza" switch to the Russian oral language used in the south of the Voronezh region ... ..pravda there uttered, would not "let them Givet" and nyahay lives .......... Pin got - niggas place of residence (former slaves) and Yankees (their former masters) ...-- -so your beloved USA ......
                  1. Beck
                    Beck 11 October 2012 15: 06
                    -2
                    Kshatriya.

                    Yes, you still have difficulties with humor. Probably the neuro-synaptic connection is broken.

                    I love Kazastan, I have a super positive attitude to the emerging Eurasian Union. Just without the bias of a national, sovereign sense, I relate to reality.
                    1. Kshatriy
                      Kshatriy 12 October 2012 12: 15
                      +2
                      Quote: Beck
                      Probably the neuro-synaptic connection is broken.

                      Eco, where did you suffer ....... You are not a psychiatrist by chance ??? ... And then it’s time for me to surrender to the clinic ..., according to your thoughts ???
                      Quote: Beck
                      I love Kazastan, I have a super positive attitude to the emerging Eurasian Union. Just without the bias of a national, sovereign sense, I relate to reality.

                      And I love my Russian People - the Bearer of All Light and All Righteous on this planet .... !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (by the way, how many Russians live in Kazakhstan?)
                      1. Beck
                        Beck 12 October 2012 13: 20
                        -1
                        Kshatriya.

                        I have a Russian wife and half relatives.
                      2. Kshatriy
                        Kshatriy 12 October 2012 13: 52
                        +1
                        [quote = Beck] I have a Russian wife and half relatives. [/ quote
                        And Eugene (pimpled) by the father of the Russian nobleman .... and so what ??? If he considers himself a Jew ,,, The same trick in your case ... Already excuse me generously .....
                      3. Beck
                        Beck 12 October 2012 14: 23
                        -1
                        Quote: Kshatriya
                        And Eugene (pimpled) by the father of the Russian nobleman .... and so what ??? If he considers himself a Jew ,,, The same trick in your case ... Already excuse me generously .....


                        What are you distorting. Your answer implies that I personally called myself Russian. I have never called myself Russian.

                        And why should I excuse you? Who are you to me - godfather, brother, matchmaker? I already answered you - go where you went, then stop near me.
                      4. Kshatriy
                        Kshatriy 12 October 2012 15: 01
                        +2
                        Quote: Beck
                        What are you distorting. Your answer implies that I personally called myself Russian. I have never called myself Russian.

                        And why should I excuse you? Who are you to me - godfather, brother, matchmaker? I already answered you - go where you went, then stop near me.

                        When you come out of peace of mind, do you always cease to understand the meaning of the Russian language ???
                        And still ++++, as promised .....
              2. Pimply
                Pimply 11 October 2012 15: 13
                -1
                Misha, wake up. In almost every civil war, there are people from outside. Assad has guys from Iran and Hezbollah, the Sunnis have guys who are skilled in Iraq and Libya. The usual thing.
                1. Kshatriy
                  Kshatriy 12 October 2012 12: 55
                  0
                  Quote: Pimply
                  Misha, wake up. In almost every civil war, there are people from outside.

                  Hello Eugene, we have Russians, (who you are when it is beneficial for you .... well, in a different situation, you loudly declare: "I am a Jew, I can do anything) it is customary to say hello ..., that is, to wish Hello. violated this unspoken code?

                  Quote: Pimply
                  In almost every civil war, there are people from outside.

                  Yeah ..., thanks for the reminder of the genocide of the Russian people from 1918 to 1924 ... it was produced by a newcomer people from OUTSIDE ..... I don’t have to list the names of this people ??????????. .. Jen, do you really think that I have any love for the Semites ??? Or are the Araps not Semites ???
                  Quote: Pimply
                  Assad has guys from Iran and Hezbollah, the Sunnis have guys who are skilled in Iraq and Libya. The usual thing.

                  Yes, I wanted to squeeze on all of them and so on from the high Tower, but not an ounce of all this is interesting ... There is the Great Russian People (to which you also belong ... along the Batushkina line), and All the rest (I foresee what was said that the Bashkirs, Caucasians, Tatars- "Bulgars", and other small peoples of Great Siberia are not the Russian people .... Well, such Expressions - into the furnace of the devil !!!!) ... And I am part of this Great Russian People!
                  1. Sandov
                    Sandov 12 October 2012 22: 46
                    +1
                    Kshatriy,
                    thank you for the reminder of the genocide of the Russian people from 1918 to 1924
                    During the Second World War, the genocide of the Russian people was repeated in an even more monstrous form - the Anglo-Saxons adhered to this matter. Where was the Holocaust.
            2. nycsson
              nycsson 11 October 2012 13: 12
              +3
              Quote: Beck
              There is no domestic war with the adversary.

              And what's in there?
              Quote: Beck
              There is a merciless civil war.

              Well, you have bent ........ Syria reflects primarily external aggression! Militants were hired with money from Qatar and the Saudis, with the help of the states bordering Syria, they are arming them and transporting them to its territory! What is not clear here?
              1. Beck
                Beck 11 October 2012 13: 50
                -6
                To nixon

                Not a domestic war with an external aggressor But a war between the citizens of one state. With different views, different attitudes, but citizens of one state.

                Feed the warring parties can be very different. From formal deliveries to one side, to informal deliveries to the other side.

                If in 1917-1921 the white movement in Russia was fueled by English and French money, this does not mean that there was no civil war in Russia.
                1. Dimon Lviv
                  Dimon Lviv 11 October 2012 14: 45
                  +7
                  Yeah, Turkish, Chechen, Afghan, Libyan and other militants funded by Qatar, armed by Saudi Arabia, using British intelligence, being treated by French doctors - it's all, it turns out, the "Syrian people" waging a "civil war")))))) ))))))

                  Beck, burn ischo, I no longer read jokes, I read your comments))))
                  1. Pimply
                    Pimply 11 October 2012 15: 19
                    -2
                    No, not the Syrian people. But about the same as the people who went to war in Abkhazia or Yugoslavia, "to protect the fraternal peoples."
                  2. Kshatriy
                    Kshatriy 12 October 2012 12: 58
                    +1
                    Quote: Dimon Lviv
                    Beck, burn ischo, I no longer read jokes, I read your comments))))

                    It’s a pity only one + .. I can put ....
              2. Pimply
                Pimply 11 October 2012 15: 17
                +1
                Well no. Syria, above all, is experiencing a long-standing internal ethno-religious split, and this is not the first time. In the 1982 year, the same uprising was rolled out with tanks and guns, under the 40000 of the dead. Only then was it local.
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 15: 36
                  +5
                  Quote: Pimply
                  Well no. Syria, above all, is experiencing a long-standing internal ethno-religious split, and this is not the first time.

                  And who set it on fire and who sponsors the militants and who supports them? Or they themselves print money into terrorists in Syria, but no, it cannot be. Terrorists are revolutionaries and adherents of democracy and receive money from including the USA. Yes, Zhenya, that's all. wink
                  1. Pimply
                    Pimply 11 October 2012 15: 40
                    0
                    Did I argue with that, Sasha. Only here, the first fiddle is played not by the States, but by Karat, CA and Turkey. Qatar and the Saudis - grandmas, Turks - supplies, training and logistics.

                    Sasha, we’re not in kindergarten. The revolution in Russia, for example, was sponsored by German grandmothers, and the white movement - by French and English.

                    In this case, Syria is supported by grandmothers and armaments by Iran and Russia, while the rebels are Qatari, Saudis, Turkey, the United States and France. That's all.
                    1. Alexander Romanov
                      Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 15: 56
                      +3
                      Quote: Pimply
                      rebels - Qatari, Saudis, Turkey, the States and France. That's all.

                      However, it is not enough and how to trust the Western media in such a situation? about the confrontation of the people, given the number of captured mercenaries from abroad and not only captured, but also killed. The answer is obvious, the deliberate misrepresentation of the public in order to overthrow Assad.
                      1. Pimply
                        Pimply 11 October 2012 16: 02
                        -1
                        Sasha, what is wrong? Any rebellion against dictatorship is characterized by heroism. Just as in the USSR and Russia the theme of volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, or the trip of volunteers to Yugoslavia, was heroized, so here - the West heroes the rebels in Syria. And what percentage of foreigners there is no longer important, since the main and overwhelming mass is still local Sunnis.
                      2. Alexander Romanov
                        Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 16: 14
                        +4
                        Quote: Pimply
                        Any rebellion against dictatorship is characterized by heroism.

                        Zhenya, and Saudi Arabia is not a dictatorship, and in the USA it is not a regime.
                        Quote: Pimply
                        Just as in the USSR and Russia, the theme of volunteers in the Spanish Civil War was heroized

                        Yes, but in Spain we helped in the fight against fascism, I think you know what it is, and whoever murders three-month-old children in Syria is a non-human being, those who arrange terrorist attacks, you feel the difference.
                        Quote: Pimply
                        And what percentage of foreigners there is no longer important, since the main and overwhelming mass is still local Sunnis.

                        But according to the number of local info, an hour is not from Clinton? Not long ago, Nuland said that yes there are foreigners, but the percentage is not significant
                      3. Pimply
                        Pimply 11 October 2012 16: 28
                        -1
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        Zhenya, and Saudi Arabia is not a dictatorship, and in the USA it is not a regime.

                        Sasha, in Saudi Arabia there is an absolute monarchy (yes, of a dictatorial sense), and in the USA - as well as, by the way, in any country - the regime. AND?


                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        Yes, but in Spain we helped in the fight against fascism, I think you know what it is, and whoever murders three-month-old children in Syria is a non-human being, those who arrange terrorist attacks, you feel the difference.

                        Sasha, now you are trying to heroize a man who shot demonstrations and used artillery in cities. This is a civil war, and both sides are actively committing war crimes.


                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        But according to the number of local info, an hour is not from Clinton? Not long ago, Nuland said that yes there are foreigners, but the percentage is not significant


                        Not. I read Arab blogs, analysis of the situation from Arabists, etc.
                      4. Alexander Romanov
                        Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 16: 35
                        +3
                        Quote: Pimply
                        . AND?

                        More than 50% of the population of Obama does not support Obama. The US government violation of human rights exceeds all limits.
                        Quote: Pimply

                        Sasha, now you are trying to heroize a man who shot demonstrations and used artillery in cities.

                        Recall how Americans bomb cities. Basra was finally erased with the help of white phosphorus, which is prohibited by the I convention. And for a crime by Assad, where does infa come from?
                        Quote: Pimply
                        I read Arab blogs, analysis of the situation from the Arabists, etc.

                        That is, these are reliable sources, Al Jazeera is also among them?
                      5. Lech e-mine
                        Lech e-mine 11 October 2012 16: 39
                        +3
                        All the same, the best end for the armed opposition is this.
                      6. Pimply
                        Pimply 11 October 2012 17: 11
                        -2
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        More than 50% of the population of Obama does not support Obama. The US government violation of human rights exceeds all limits.

                        If he leaves, he won’t leave, the elections will show. Human rights are violated everywhere. And in Syria - clearly more than in the United States.
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        Recall how Americans bomb cities. Basra was finally erased with the help of white phosphorus, which is prohibited by the I convention. And for a crime by Assad, where does infa come from?

                        Sasha, can you elaborate on this topic? Very, very interesting.

                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        That is, these are reliable sources, Al Jazeera is also among them?

                        Are you laughing? Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabia - propaganda in its purest form.
                      7. Alexander Romanov
                        Alexander Romanov 11 October 2012 17: 31
                        +4
                        Quote: Pimply
                        And in Syria - clearly more than in the United States.

                        Yes, probably more, especially after the amers began to sponsor the militants, or am I wrong?
                        Quote: Pimply
                        Sasha, can you elaborate on this topic? Very very interesting

                        Throw off the link to the video, but a little later
                        Quote: Pimply

                        Are you laughing? Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabia - propaganda in its purest form

                        But you don’t see anything wrong with the heroization of terrorists, and it’s these little companies that talk about Assad’s crimes
                      8. Pimply
                        Pimply 11 October 2012 17: 39
                        -3
                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        Yes, probably more, especially after the amers began to sponsor the militants, or am I wrong?

                        Sasha, you again begin to interfere with milk and herring. The domestic policy of the country with foreign.

                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        Throw off the link to the video, but a little later

                        Yeah. And on the texts, pliz. It is advisable from several intelligible sources, and not OBS.

                        Quote: Alexander Romanov
                        But you don’t see anything wrong with the heroization of terrorists, and it’s these little companies that talk about Assad’s crimes


                        I see that there is a civil war, and this is the usual course of history. I also see that in the end it will spill over into the Sunni axis, which, with time, may become radicalized. How much is a question. Wait and see. But one should not try to imagine that it is all the time mercenaries against the white and fluffy Assad.

                        Assad reaps what he sowed. He’s quite a bloody freak for himself, and what’s happening now is an ordinary Middle Eastern bloody massacre. His dad went to power from the same.
                      9. Alexander Romanov
                        Alexander Romanov 12 October 2012 06: 27
                        +3
                        Quote: Pimply

                        Sasha, you again begin to interfere with milk and herring. The domestic policy of the country with foreign.

                        What kind of milk, unless the US sponsors and does not add fuel to the fire saying in advance that peace initiatives will fail and unless they refuse to condemn terrorist acts at the UN committed by terrorists
                        Quote: Pimply
                        Yeah. And on the texts, pliz. It is advisable from several intelligible sources, and not OBS.

                        This is not a text, Ennasiriya was mistaken with the name of the city, I’ll try to download the link while I’m having problems with this. You can if you are interested in looking at Zumbi ru, the military secret program is broadcast from 30/06/2012, there at the very beginning of the program. You will see everything, including and footage of the effects of the bombing.
                        Quote: Pimply
                        But one should not try to imagine that it is all the time mercenaries against the white and fluffy Assad.

                        Assad is not fluffy, but everyone already says and does not hide, even in the west, that they sponsor mercenaries, you were the last one to stay informed. what
                        Quote: Pimply

                        Assad reaps what he sowed. He’s quite a bloody freak,

                        Assad ANGEL compared to any American president, the United States is a country of criminals against humanity !!! Do not be fooled by yourself and others! Yes, and at the expense of the sowing wind, America will soon reap a storm
                      10. Sandov
                        Sandov 12 October 2012 22: 56
                        +1
                        Pimply,
                        Assad reaps what he sowed. He’s quite a bloody freak,

                        You confused him with someone, perhaps with Sarkozy. Bashar al-Assad from a completely different test, fate ordered him to become president. And he behaves quite worthily did not break under the onslaught of the general people and their shepherd.
                      11. Beck
                        Beck 13 October 2012 09: 22
                        -1
                        Sandova.

                        Sarkozy when he lost the election did not shoot at the dissent. Assad didn’t even want to hold elections.

                        And Bashar was made of course from another test. He became the president by inheritance. Power was transferred to him by his father Hafez, who seized power as a result of a military coup.
                      12. Kshatriy
                        Kshatriy 12 October 2012 13: 10
                        +1
                        Quote: Pimply
                        If he leaves, he won’t leave, the elections will show.

                        Eugene in pin-dos-tan does not exist democracy and there is no right to choose - a priori !!!! .... Everything - then just a political show !! ... In this situation, a "republican elephant" has already been put to power - trample and trample ... This is my prediction .. Let's not wait long !!!!
                    2. Steering wheel
                      Steering wheel 11 October 2012 21: 57
                      +1
                      Quote: Pimply
                      Only here, the first fiddle is played not by the States, but by Karat, CA and Turkey. Qatar and the Saudis - grandmas, Turks - supplies, training and logistics.
                      The first fiddle in this conflict is played by Israel because before attacking the Jewish mafia in Iran, it is necessary to end Syria since the Jewish-controlled Saudis in Syria cannot cope - the Jewish mafia in the United States is under pressure from Erdogan to incite Turkey to Syria and unleash a full-scale war between Turkey and NATO on the one hand, and Syria and Iran on the other (Jews always do dirty work with the hands of goyim)
                      1. Pimply
                        Pimply 11 October 2012 22: 32
                        -3
                        I laughed for a long time at this "brilliant" analysis. Shine. Wow, I will definitely inform my curator from ZOG that our plans have been revealed.
                      2. Aaron Zawi
                        Aaron Zawi 12 October 2012 00: 24
                        -1
                        Pimply
                        And what to talk with this Natsik? Have you seen his profile picture?
                      3. Kshatriy
                        Kshatriy 12 October 2012 14: 03
                        +1
                        Quote: Aron Zaavi
                        Have you seen his profile picture?

                        So what? The "pimply" --- aaaasche --- a demon on the avatar .. And nothing ... A question for you dear experts (there are three of you in one team, united) "Avatar" -language and origin of this term tell me - please ?? ? (links to the furnace - in your own words)
                      4. Beck
                        Beck 12 October 2012 09: 34
                        -3
                        Pimply. Aron Zawi.

                        Well, that you do not listen to the helm. He’s serious, without jokes. You’ll take your mafia there, and you understand whether it’s unbelted. So soon your mafia will reach the Chukchi, and this is the last bastion of non-Jewish humanity. If the Chukchi fall, then the entire civilization of the planet will collapse.

                        You already put in a word there.
                      5. Kshatriy
                        Kshatriy 12 October 2012 15: 54
                        +1
                        Quote: Beck
                        your mafia will get to the Chukchi,

                        In an anecdote about the Chukchi I remembered: "The Chukchi is sitting - smokes a pipe. His wife comes up to him and says:" Look, a white man is driving an all-terrain vehicle, the fire water is taking you, you will get drunk again, and they will boil me! Chukchi states - The expedition is called .. ..! ".....
                        Quote: Beck
                        You already put in a word there.

                        Be sure to put in a note if we are on this expedition !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                    3. Kshatriy
                      Kshatriy 12 October 2012 13: 05
                      +1
                      Quote: Pimply
                      The revolution in Russia, for example, was sponsored by German grandmothers

                      How? ... And Bronstein from the co-company from Pin-dos-tan also sailed on a steamer for German loot .... and Hammer, the great builder of the Sako and Vantseti pencil factory, took over 250 tons of antiques to Germany ?? ?? Or your favorite pin-dos -tan ???
                    4. Sandov
                      Sandov 12 October 2012 22: 49
                      0
                      Pimply,
                      Syria is supported by Iran and Russia by grandmothers and armaments, Qatari, Saudi, Turkey, the United States and France support the rebels.

                      Not the rebel but the bandits you wanted to say.
                  2. Che
                    Che 12 October 2012 10: 08
                    +2
                    Alexander Romanov,
                    The directors sit in the states in the offices with conditioning with a cigar and whiskey, surrounded by prostitutes. Something like this.
                    1. Kshatriy
                      Kshatriy 12 October 2012 13: 57
                      +1
                      Quote: Che
                      The directors sit in the states in the offices with conditioning with a cigar and whiskey, surrounded by prostitutes. Something like this.

                      ++++ ..... I think this scum prefers the Swiss Alps ........
                      1. Sandov
                        Sandov 12 October 2012 23: 00
                        -1
                        Kshatriy,
                        By the way, our oligarchs lit up there. Hand washes a hand.
            3. Sandov
              Sandov 12 October 2012 22: 32
              +1
              Beck,
              Already domestic - garbage from all over the region has gathered.
              1. Beck
                Beck 13 October 2012 09: 10
                -1
                Sandova.

                Quote: Sandov
                Already domestic - garbage from all over the region has gathered.


                Of course I did. On fire and smoke all the abomination is going.

                So it was not necessary to allow this. As the people demanded, a year ago, it was necessary to conduct any fair elections. And there was no civil war now. And there would be nowhere for all the terrorist Islamists of the region to flock.
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 13 October 2012 09: 17
                  +2
                  Quote: Beck
                  Beck

                  Beck, that there is a list of Russia's crimes in world history, I have not seen him yet, despite all the assurances on your part that there is one. 10 facts please, the destruction of peoples and countries
          3. Pimply
            Pimply 11 October 2012 15: 11
            +1
            Assad and distributes weapons. Alavitam.
            1. Kshatriy
              Kshatriy 12 October 2012 13: 16
              +2
              Quote: Pimply
              Assad and distributes weapons. Alavitam.

              And the Alavites and Christians ... and rightly so .....! The corpses of bandits and terrorists - must rot in the ground .... !!!!
    2. baltika-18
      baltika-18 11 October 2012 16: 14
      +3
      Quote: Odessa
      Helen, thanks for the news from Syria, and another question, is it you in the photo?

      Photo from her blog.
      1. Odessa
        Odessa 11 October 2012 17: 31
        0
        baltika-18,
        Thank you.
        1. Uncle
          Uncle 11 October 2012 18: 29
          0
          No, this is the true face of Thunder.
      2. Uncle
        Uncle 11 October 2012 18: 31
        0
        This is the true face of Thunder.
      3. Odessa
        Odessa 11 October 2012 18: 54
        0
        baltika-18,
        This is not her photo, her real photo on the profile avatar.
        And such ladies, I can also put a cart and a small cart.
  4. Aaron Zawi
    Aaron Zawi 11 October 2012 10: 02
    +2
    mar.tira
    To whom should he give out weapons? Sunnis? But he had already distributed it to the Alawites and his allies from other minorities.
    1. Uncle
      Uncle 11 October 2012 18: 33
      0
      True face
  5. Che
    Che 11 October 2012 10: 28
    +5
    “If we do not support the legitimate government of Syria and its president, Bashar Al-Assad, then whom shall we support? Are the terrorists who sow death? ”

    Where is the voice of Russia in support of the people of Syria.
  6. Kshatriy
    Kshatriy 11 October 2012 12: 17
    +3
    ....... "And Chavez immediately after his victory made a statement in support of Syria at a press conference in Caracas. Moreover, he said everything directly and clearly, without diplomatic parables and halftones:" If we do not support the legitimate government of Syria and its President Bashar al-Assad, then who should we support then? Are terrorists who sow death? "." ......

    It is always nice to hear Hugo Chavez, a balm for his "wounds of the soul" of his words. The article by E. Gromova from Damascus, as always true ... It is not clear where the minus comes from and who really doesn’t like us ??????
  7. Uncle
    Uncle 11 October 2012 12: 32
    -1
    Elena, you set a picture for the article. Explain its meaning, a languid brunette, wrapped in a flag, this, apparently, Syria, a halberd behind her, apparently, a symbol of struggle, but what is in her hands to me is not clear. The cross and crescent are intertwined, what's the point? Is it full of Christians?
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 11 October 2012 12: 43
      0
      Uncle Christians in Syria about 7-8% of the population. Various denominations. Almost everyone supports Assad. As has been said more than once by the Alawites, Christians, Druze constitute up to 30% of the population and oppose the Sunnis of which up to 60%. Kurds in the north are preoccupied with themselves and are trying to quietly create an analogue of Iraqi Kurdistan.
      1. Professor
        Professor 11 October 2012 12: 50
        0
        Amendment, more Sunnis.
        Ethnic groups: Arab 90.3%, Kurds, Armenians, and other 9.7%
        religions : Sunni Muslim (Islam - official) 74%, other Muslim (includes Alawite, Druze) 16%, Christian (various denominations) 10%, Jewish (tiny communities in Damascus, Al Qamishli, and Aleppo)
        1. Che
          Che 12 October 2012 10: 21
          +2
          Quote: Professor
          Ethnic groups: Arab 90.3%, Kurds, Armenians, and other 9.7%
          Religions: Sunni Muslim (Islam - official) 74%, other Muslim (includes Alawite, Druze) 16%, Christian (various denominations) 10%, Jewish (tiny communities in Damascus, Al Qamishli, and Aleppo)

          This is what the French have muddied by leaving Syria.
      2. Uncle
        Uncle 11 October 2012 12: 59
        0
        Thanks for the answer, only for 7-8% of Christians the cross is too big. And the brunette is good, looks like my wife. wink
    2. Beck
      Beck 11 October 2012 13: 01
      -3
      This is with Thunder inspired by the romance of the French Revolution. Only there is a woman with bare breasts on the barricades. Here is a diva suffering from languor.
      1. Kshatriy
        Kshatriy 11 October 2012 13: 36
        +2
        Quote: Beck
        Here is a diva suffering from languor.

        My dear "Golden Horde of Kazakh" nationality ... You publish at least one article of your own on this resource ... after which you can pour out bile .... over yourself as much as you want ... Once you have a question. Are you an evening horse from Damascus ?? ...., maybe you and E Gromova personally know each other, if you spread so easily about her romance ???
        1. Beck
          Beck 11 October 2012 14: 51
          -1
          Kshatriya.

          "Golden Horde of Kazakh" nationality. If you want to communicate, then contact as it should be when communicating. If not, there is God and there is a threshold. You don't have to write me anything. I won't die from the lack of your attention.

          Why do I have to write an article to comment on something. We have not been to many places in the world, so now we will not talk about the Himalayas or the Pacific Ocean.

          What is unlawful about romance. I did not know. Tell me the article number of the Criminal Code. If I don’t like the style of Thundering, then I don’t like it. If you like, then like it. What right I have to condemn you because you like the style of presentation. This is purely your business.
          1. Lech e-mine
            Lech e-mine 11 October 2012 16: 46
            +1
            Well, gentlemen, ask the Turkish secret services such QUESTIONS about ELENA GROMOVA (they probably have a dossier for this character).
          2. Kshatriy
            Kshatriy 12 October 2012 13: 41
            +2
            Quote: Beck
            If not, there is a god and a threshold.

            The word God in Russian is capitalized .... Yes, and I did not expect from a mystic who worships Egyptian obscurantism and materialistic atheism to hear the word God !!!!
            Quote: Beck
            "Golden Horde of Kazakh" nationality

            You have kindly called yourself so ... What are my complaints ??????????????????
            Quote: Beck
            Why do I have to write an article to comment on something.

            So you don’t write, if there is no desire ..., do not humiliate the current of others, it is desirable and vile and unrequited, knowing in advance that the author cannot restrain you in the same way !!!
            Quote: Beck
            I did not know. Tell me the article number of the Criminal Code.

            So we kind of live in different countries with you ?? Why do you need to know the articles of the Russian UK ... ???

            Quote: Beck
            If I don’t like the style of Thundering, then I don’t like it.

            So try to do without idiomatic expressions ... just write and people will reach you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
            1. Beck
              Beck 12 October 2012 14: 12
              -1
              Quote: Kshatriya
              The word God in Russian is customary to capitalize ..


              I write according to the rules of the grammar of the Russian language, and not as is customary among religious adepts. You at least write the whole word with a capital letter. To health and pleasure.

              Quote: Kshatriya
              You have kindly called yourself so ... What are my complaints?


              I did not call myself a "Golden Horde of Kazakh nationality". This is your misplaced sarcasm.

              Quote: Kshatriya
              So you don’t write, if there is no desire ..., do not humiliate the current of others, it is desirable and vile and unrequited, knowing in advance that the author cannot restrain you with the same thing !!!


              I forgot to ask you how to answer whom. And Gromova herself goes to the site, if necessary, and is responsible for my comparison of her woman with the French.

              Quote: Kshatriya
              So we kind of live in different countries with you ?? Why do you need to know the articles of the Russian UK ... ???


              So, God forbid, I’ll go to Russia, so that I know how to write about romance.

              Quote: Kshatriya
              write simply and the people will reach you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


              Give a tooth? Yes, I don’t need everyone to reach out to me, especially you .. Who needs to talk to someone who does not want is his business.

              And your manner of communication is always arrogant, as if the truth only laughed at you. Because of this arrogance, you are debating the verge of hysteria and teaching.

              I do not need a teacher and a mentor in the person of you. Go past where you went. Where your thoughts completely coincide with the thoughts of your opponent. There will be a full OK. There will be a glorious conversation with oneself.
              1. Kshatriy
                Kshatriy 12 October 2012 14: 49
                +1
                Quote: Beck
                French.

                Quote: Beck
                Give a tooth? Yes, I don’t need everyone to reach out to me, especially you.
                ......--- So we are with you, or you ??????????????
                Quote: Beck
                the manner of communication is always arrogant as if the truth

                And all the same, in spite of your mistakes in Russian grammar, I will put you ++++++++++++++++++++++++++, as promised !!!! !
                Quote: Beck
                I write according to the rules of the grammar of the Russian language,

                Just please do not use such an expression! For I will always begin to poke your nose into your lapsus ..........
        2. baltika-18
          baltika-18 11 October 2012 17: 12
          +4
          Quote: Kshatriya
          Thundering personally acquainted, if so easily spread about her romance ???

          Data from her blog. Born on November 14, 1977. Views: socialist, religion: Orthodoxy, loves Vysotsky's music. Personally, I like her, although like every woman she is sometimes prone to exaggeration. But forgiven, she deserves a respectful attitude.
          1. Uncle
            Uncle 11 October 2012 19: 08
            0
            I can imagine what kind of comments they write that they are deleted.
          2. Che
            Che 12 October 2012 10: 28
            +3
            baltika-18,
            Whatever Elena Gromova is, but it’s only that she writes the truth about the war in Syria. This is commendable. +++
            1. Kshatriy
              Kshatriy 12 October 2012 13: 44
              +2
              [quote = Che] Whatever Elena Gromova is, but it’s only that she writes the truth about the war in Syria. This is commendable. +++
              I respect you and +++++
          3. Kshatriy
            Kshatriy 12 October 2012 14: 07
            +1
            Quote: baltika-18
            loves music of Vysotsky

            ... Maybe Vysotsky’s poems? ....
            And no matter how thank you for the support ++++
  8. igor67
    igor67 11 October 2012 15: 30
    0
    Sergey Lavrov: “We assume that Iran will not attack Israel with atomic weapons”
    Sergey Lavrov: “We assume that Iran will not attack Israel with atomic weapons” Photo: Reuters

    This statement was made by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at a meeting with the Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin in Moscow.

    Lavrov noted the reason why he expressed this opinion: millions of Arabs and Muslims living in and around Israel.

    Rivlin told Lavrov in the presence of a group of Knesset deputies that "Russia is the only country that can stop Iran’s nuclear program without any sanctions or military intervention."

    Lavrov replied that the military direction of Iran’s nuclear program has not yet been proven.

    “We do not automatically support this country, we hope that Israel understands all the difficulties and dangers that await stakeholders in this matter,” Lavrov said.

    Rivlin and Lavrov also held a private meeting without strangers. They discussed the situation in Syria, the problems of the international community, as well as the supply of Russian weapons to Bashar al-Assad, reports NRG.
  9. Uncle
    Uncle 11 October 2012 18: 35
    0
    The true face of Thunder.
  10. Uncle
    Uncle 11 October 2012 18: 36
    0
    rrrrtlrtpr yor propa rpm mimi ro
  11. Uncle
    Uncle 11 October 2012 19: 08
    0
    lllllllllrrrrrrrrrrrrrr