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Death squadrons in Syria are under US auspices.

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Death squadrons in Syria are under US auspices.In the center of Damascus thundered a new explosion. An explosive device was laid in the garage of the building of the General Federation of Syrian Trade Unions. 11 people suffered, one of them is in critical condition. This building, which houses the institutions that provide assistance to the workers, as well as buildings located nearby, has suffered extensive material damage.

The terrorists committed their gangster action at a time when the majority of the employees were in the building. This indicates that they wanted as many people as possible to suffer.

The army of Syria is cleaning the suburbs of Damascus from Kharasta and Seyid Zeynab from terrorists. Counterterrorist operations are successful, selfless Syrian soldiers pursue bandits.

In the province of Idleb there was an attempt by terrorists to seize the military airfield "Taftanaz." Many anti-Syrian mass media gladly exaggerated the insurgents "news"That he allegedly already captured. But their joy was short-lived — the UAR army repelled the attack, and dozens of attackers were eliminated.

As long as the Syrian army is strong, even many politicians in the United States claim that they will not intervene in the country. Both Obama and Romney agreed in recent debates that direct military intervention is undesirable. Romney’s position is much more hostile towards Syria, but he also said: “We don’t want our military to take part in this.” We do not want to be dragged into a military conflict. ” And even such an old American “hawk” as Zbigniew Brzezinski, and it is clear that US intervention in Syria or Iran will lead to chaos and a geopolitical explosion in the whole East, and the consequences will be felt by the whole world. The result of such aggression, according to Brzezinski, will be a rise in oil prices, and all the efforts of the EU countries to overcome the crisis will be undermined. As a result, the differences between the EU states will increase.

"Peace-loving" statements of Americans, of course, hard to believe. A century ago, US President Wilson, on the day Germany declared war (also, by the way, under the slogans of “democracy”), loudly declared that he felt extremely friendly feelings towards the German people. And here is an example from a very recent stories - The United States did not intend to invade Libya either, as many loud words were said on this topic. As a result, the American "Tomahawks" have dealt many merciless blows to this once prosperous country ...

In Syria, the Americans and their allies use a different tactic - the war of attrition. This is a very dirty war, in which there are no moral principles for its authors and instigators.

One of the tactics of American strategists and their puppets in the region is to set off different peoples among themselves. In Syria, they are actively trying to pit the fraternal Syrian and Palestinian peoples. Puppet insurgents made a lot of effort to involve the Palestinians in their pseudo-revolution. But the majority of Palestinians remember that it was none other than Syria who gave them the warmest hospitality and always consistently defended their rights to create their own state and return refugees to their homeland. Although among the Palestinians there were, of course, traitors (there is a black sheep in any herd), but for the most part the representatives of the Palestinian people living in Syria not only did not support the mercenary insurgents, but also organized self-defense people's committees in those areas .

And a few days ago, another attack was made on the Palestinian Yarmuk camp in Damascus. There was a serious fight, and self-defense detachments fought back the raiders.

But attempts by the rebels to drag the Palestinians to their side continue. To do this, they set up their banditry on behalf of the Palestinian people. Thus, the rebels announced the creation of the Al-Asif Brigade, allegedly consisting of Palestinians (well, maybe several traitors of the Palestinian people went there, but in fact it still has the same radical Islamist mob fighting the Syrian people under the slogans “Jihad” and “murder of the infidels.” The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine strongly protested against the fact that the Palestinians are trying to be used in this dirty game aimed at confusing two fraternal peoples.

But in their crimes the anti-Syrian forces go even further, and there is no end to this meanness and atrocities ...

Canadian website "Global Research" reported that in Syria, with the support of the United States, there are death squads that kill many Syrian citizens. Support for these death squads comes not only from the United States, but also from Israel and the Gulf monarchies.

According to the site, many massacres, for which they tried to put the blame on the Syrian army, committed these death squads. In particular, the well-known, world-famous massacre in the village of Al-Hula near Homs was also carried out by these detachments.

Death squads ... What is the name associated with? First of all, with Latin America. As soon as a threat arose for the United States that the left movement could increase in the LA countries and the socialists could win, such detachments were organized to liquidate left-wing activists and people who simply disliked the United States. Death squads committed a mass of atrocious abductions, brutal murders, torture and other terrible atrocities, but no one was held responsible for this. Already in the new century, “death squads” were widely used in Iraq.

Now in Syria the same tactic is used. Cold-blooded villains not only commit mass killings in order to blacken the Syrian army, claiming that it did the “dictatorial regime”, but also kill people who actively support the current legal government of Syria.

I have repeatedly written that anti-Syrian militants destroy the color of a nation — its outstanding people, poets, cultural figures, athletes, engineers, officers, specialists, scientists ... This martyrology is growing every day.

In Damascus, 2 was kidnapped in November, and the next day, a young Syrian actor Muhammad Rafaa was killed, who played in theaters, worked on radio, and acted in several Syrian television series. A young man, born 1982, repeatedly stated that he supported his homeland during those difficult days for her, participated in patriotic actions.

Not far from the city of Raqqah, 3 November, member of the Party Committee of the Arab Socialist Revival, Ismail Al-Hamad, was assassinated.

Doesn't it look like what was happening in Latin America? Now the same dirty tactics of using death squads is used by the United States and in Syria.

The United States is carrying out its anti-Syrian plan with someone else’s hands — hands of outspoken villains and cold-blooded murderers, trying to keep their own hands clean. But they already have so much blood that it can not be washed for several centuries!

New atrocities continue ... In the province of Idlib in the city of Harem, 30 civilians were killed by terrorists.
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  1. JonnyT
    JonnyT 6 November 2012 08: 58
    +5
    BL .... !!! When will it all end?
    1. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 6 November 2012 09: 04
      +15
      While there are never brazen Saxons in the world! it will not end!
      Reinterpreting Kutuzov's dictum, one can safely declare: "To save the world you need to destroy the brazen Saxons"
    2. YARY
      YARY 6 November 2012 09: 22
      +4
      It will end only when at least one real ally is withdrawn from the Syrian people’s throne.
      From the sea and land.
    3. Vadivak
      Vadivak 6 November 2012 10: 28
      +4
      But most Palestinians remember that it was none other than how Syria gave them the most warm hospitality and always consistently upheld their rights to create their own state and return refugees to their homeland.


      So what? Will we live in memories? This is not the first time the Palestinians have been selling Syria, and with it, of course, Iran
      1. Karish
        Karish 6 November 2012 11: 34
        +2
        Quote: Vadivak
        This is not the first time the Palestinians have been selling Syria, and with it, of course, Iran

        Yes, it’s more difficult to meet large prostitutes and parasites, than it’s hard to meet the Palestinians. They will betray anyone for grandmothers, and then they will fight with each other.
    4. Igorboss16
      Igorboss16 6 November 2012 11: 59
      +4
      It’s necessary to wet these bastards, but the UN as if does not see anything, that it’s not rebels at all, they turn a blind eye to what I’m not doing there, they wipe their pants, idiots, our country's leadership must understand the far-reaching consequences if nothing is done now
    5. Lucky
      Lucky 6 November 2012 13: 00
      +1
      Until Russia gets stronger, America will not strangle our allies to choke!
      1. Igorboss16
        Igorboss16 6 November 2012 17: 02
        +1
        from today we are waiting for coordination decisions in connection with the appointment of a new MO drinks
  2. Septugian
    Septugian 6 November 2012 09: 09
    +3
    Well, the fact that it was under the auspices of the United States and other evil spirits, it was clear even before the outbreak of war in Syria!
  3. vvvvv
    vvvvv 6 November 2012 09: 27
    +4
    It is necessary that people create self-defense units, as the Kurds do in certain areas. Watching someone like a ram waiting for another terrorist attack, assault and inaction - that’s PPC ... All anti-Syrian forces inside the country have already been mobilized, but the pro-Syrian men, supporting the Assad, seem not to ?!
    1. Lucky
      Lucky 6 November 2012 13: 02
      0
      I completely agree with you, the militia would not hurt now, the prepared militia!
  4. Footmansur86
    Footmansur86 6 November 2012 09: 35
    +6
    I think it’s time to create a people's militia and squads, the military and the police are not able to check everyone and keep track of everything. If the people mobilize and support their military, then the bandits have no chance.
    1. Karish
      Karish 6 November 2012 09: 57
      -4
      Quote: Footmansur86
      If the people mobilize and support their military, then the bandits have no chance.

      100% correct, only 65% ​​of the people are Sunnis, namely they are at war.
  5. Karish
    Karish 6 November 2012 09: 54
    -8
    Canadian website "Global Research" reported that in Syria, with the support of the United States, there are death squads that kill many Syrian citizens. Support for these death squads comes not only from the United States, but also from Israel and the Gulf monarchies.

    Israel just do not get involved in their Arab showdown.
    But the rebels' attempts to pull the Palestinians to their side continue

    Apparently successful, because according to the IAAN
    In Damascus, the security services of Syria closed the Hamas movement. The office of the head of the Palestinian Islamist political bureau, Khaled Mashaal, was also closed. The leaders of the immigrant wing of Hamas left Syria a long time ago, they moved from Egypt to Qatar, a state controlled by the civil strife, Qatar and the Syrian security forces broke into the Hamas offices and then were closed. In Damascus, the movement has been based since 1999. Hamas’s relationship with the Alawite regime of Bashar al-Assad has been complicated by the start of clashes between government forces and the opposition, which are dominated by Sunni Muslims - co-religionists of Palestinian Islamists. Hamas representatives refrain from commenting.

    So, again, I ask you not to confuse who the enemy of Hamas can’t be our enemy, in this he is our colleague, let him continue to crush Hamas, respect to us from him
    1. Oleg Rosskiyy
      Oleg Rosskiyy 6 November 2012 22: 27
      0
      Karish,
      Quote: Karish
      So, again, I ask you not to confuse who the enemy of Hamas can’t be our enemy, in this he is our colleague, let him continue to crush Hamas, respect to us from him

      Better a lot of drones.
  6. Katani
    Katani 6 November 2012 09: 58
    +1
    It will not end soon - because the solution to this problem is so global in the whole world that you can’t do it in a year, at least ten years !!!
  7. Dimon Lviv
    Dimon Lviv 6 November 2012 10: 31
    +3
    I hope someday the United States will be responsible for everything.
    1. 1946095andrey
      1946095andrey 6 November 2012 10: 47
      +2
      Quote: Dimon Lviv
      I hope someday the United States will be responsible for everything.

      At all times, empires fell apart because they could not stop, here is the principle, these altogether have no chapel ...
  8. Professor
    Professor 6 November 2012 10: 40
    -14
    Young lady,
    Well, you can’t lie so frankly. Not all readers are stupid ...
    Here is the resource you mentioned: Global ResearchWell, where is the mention of the death squads? Enlighten already.

    And a few days ago, another attack was made on the Palestinian Yarmuk camp in Damascus. There was a serious fight, and self-defense detachments fought back the raiders.

    Yes, not to raiders, but to Assad’s troops.
    Assad air force bombing Palestinian Yarmouk camp, dozens of dead

    But most Palestinians remember that it was none other than how Syria gave them the most warm hospitality and always consistently upheld their rights to create their own state and return refugees to their homeland.

    Of course they do. Especially as Pope Assad said that there is no such "Palestinian people" and they are all Syrians, and the territory of Israel and Palestine is the original Syrian lands. they also remember as Pope Assad with their tanks in the 70s of the last century.

    Syrian authorities sealed Hamas office in Damascus
    After some time, the Hamas leadership left Damascus and moved mainly to the capital of Qatar, which, together with Saudi Arabia, is actively helping the Syrian opposition.

    Maan: Hamas leaders killed in Syria by Bashar al-Assad army
    Ahmad Khalil Khalil and Ahmad al-Harubi were shot dead on Saturday, October 27, in the Daraa refugee camp in the south of the country.
    1. Gorchakov
      Gorchakov 6 November 2012 11: 11
      +13
      Quote: Professor
      Not all readers are stupid ...

      I belong to stupid readers who not only believe but also know that mercenaries are fighting in Syria ... Dumb Russians, of course, everyone understands what Western bandits are doing in Syria, but smart Professors are trying to convince us of the opposite, namely the existence of some kind of Syrian opposition ... Russians say that fools need to be looked for in the mirror ... I advise you sometimes to look there ...
      Quote: Professor
      Ahmad Khalil Khalil and Ahmad al-Harubi were shot dead on Saturday, October 27, in the Daraa refugee camp in the south of the country.

      Did he shoot himself or was he just present?
      1. Professor
        Professor 6 November 2012 11: 21
        -9
        1. You do not unsubscribe for all Russians, you do not have a mandate for this.
        2. Where do I deny the existence of foreign citizens in the ranks of the opposition? They are also fighting on the side of Asda. I express my doubts about the existence of "death squads", as well as the presence of such information in the mentioned resource. Or did you find her there?

        Did he shoot himself or was he just present?

        Yeah, myself. fool The Palestinian Agency reports on the death of its fellow tribesmen:
        Ahmad Khalil Khalil and Ahmad al-Kharoubi were shot by Syrian soldiers in the country's southern refugee camp
        1. DIMS
          DIMS 6 November 2012 11: 30
          +11
          Quote: Professor
          You do not unsubscribe for all Russians, you do not have a mandate for this.

          Nevertheless, he expresses the opinion of at least every fourth capable citizen of Russia. And this is a lot.

          And you will be supported by 7 people out of a hundred
          1. Professor
            Professor 6 November 2012 11: 36
            -12
            I’m not in a beauty contest and I don’t care how much they support me.
            I know for sure that the young lady is lying about "death squads" referring to the mentioned resource. She's also lying about "Palestinian-Syrian friendship". Facts are stubborn things.
            1. DIMS
              DIMS 6 November 2012 11: 40
              +2
              You use expression
              Quote: Professor
              You do not unsubscribe for all Russians, you do not have a mandate for this.

              So you, my friend, did subscribe to the beauty contest
              1. Professor
                Professor 6 November 2012 12: 00
                -4
                But in essence there is something to say? Death squads, non-existent source of information, or Syrian-Palestinian friendship?
                1. DIMS
                  DIMS 6 November 2012 12: 45
                  +4
                  Do you really need conversations?
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 6 November 2012 12: 57
                    -6
                    Troll?
                    Have you looked at the specified source? And I looked and did not find any "death squads" there. The young lady is lying.
    2. Flooding
      Flooding 6 November 2012 12: 12
      +3
      Quote: Professor
      Yes, not to raiders, but to Assad’s troops.

      This is evidenced by Israeli resources with reference to the Palestinian Agency MAAN, writes Euronews. Very authoritative, of course.
      But allow me to distrust such sources.
      1. Professor
        Professor 6 November 2012 12: 19
        -4
        But allow me to distrust such sources.

        I allow it. Give your sources.

        PS
        These Israeli sources are credible. Here I would not give a debkafile resource.
        1. Flooding
          Flooding 6 November 2012 13: 08
          +2
          Quote: Professor
          I allow it. Give your sources.


          You know, probably, that there are Russian-speaking Syrian resources.
          The information there is taught in a different light.
          Unfortunately, I do not know the truth about this incident.
          But mindlessly swallowing information disgusts me.
          1. Professor
            Professor 6 November 2012 13: 15
            -2
            So you have no links to other sources? It's a pity. I would like to read.
            1. Flooding
              Flooding 6 November 2012 13: 43
              +3
              Interesting. I saw, as far as I remember, in the summary on the website of the SANA agency.
              But now I can’t find it.
    3. elenagromova
      6 November 2012 14: 21
      +2
      Mister "professor", before you are rude to the young ladies, open your eyes wider!
      http://www.globalresearch.ca/syria-washingtons-death-squads-caught-in-the-act/53
      10425
      Is this what?
      1. Professor
        Professor 6 November 2012 15: 01
        -4
        Is this what?

        In Russian it is called bullshit... So it is accepted in the yellow press: a loud name like "The terrible truth about ...", and then about anything just not declared. I've seen this article before. It could just as well be called "Aliens are fighting on the side of the rebels" since its content does not correspond to its name at all. Some speculations and stories about war crimes committed only by the rebels.
        No one disputes that among them is full of scumbags and that the concept of morality is completely absent for many, however, like for soldiers of the regular army (on the next branch they posted videos that soldiers do).
        However, calling what is happening as "Washington's Death Squads Caught in the Act" just on the grounds that "The New York Times is not objectively covering the situation" is just wishful thinking.

        Since you have condescended to the people and have bothered to respond to my comment, maybe you can also enlighten us about the "Palestinian-Syrian friendship", so to speak, in the course of recent events. wink
        1. elenagromova
          6 November 2012 16: 15
          +2
          At first, the pseudo-professor argued that there was no article on the site at all. When a link was poked in his face, he claims that he does not like the article. So the article is "disliked" or "not at all", it is necessary to decide somehow.
          1. Professor
            Professor 6 November 2012 16: 28
            -4
            Young lady, Do not consider it work, tell me the ignoramus where the article refers to the American death squads in Syria. You here argue that "There are US-backed death squads in Syria that kill many Syrian citizens. Support for these death squads comes not only from the US, but also from Israel and the Gulf monarchies."
            God bless him with Israel, but I can’t find anything about the United States either ... Have you read the article at all, or have you decided everything by name only? Unlike you, I read it.
            1. elenagromova
              6 November 2012 16: 43
              +4
              There's an entire article about it. And that "death squads" killed people in Hula, and blamed on the legitimate government. And how they killed people in Trems. And also killed 28 soldiers in Saraqeb And about other crimes. I also added. And I have something else to add. The brother of the speaker of parliament was killed today.
              1. elenagromova
                6 November 2012 16: 49
                -1
                Here's another topic
                http://nstarikov.ru/blog/13786
                http://www.opinion-maker.org/2011/09/u-s-ambassador-to-syria-in-charge-of-recrui
                ting-arabmuslim-death-squads / #
                http://www.tatarlar.spb.ru/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&p=34054#34054
                1. Karish
                  Karish 6 November 2012 18: 29
                  0
                  Quote: elenagromova
                  Well, what about the thought that you are conducting here that I live under the terrible dictatorship of the Terrible Dictator

                  I never called Assad a dictator, an ordinary Arab prince who inherited power (- Sorry as a result of the elections)
                  Initially, Hafez al-Assad saw his elder as his successor as head of state Basil’s son, but he died in 1994 in car accident. After the death of his brother, Bashar returned to Syria. He entered the military academy in the Syrian city of Homs and in 1995, with the rank of captain, he already commanded a tank battalion, then headed the Republican Guard [4]. In January 1999, he was awarded the rank of colonel [5].(as I understand it for outstanding military leadership qualities, in 1994 I entered the military academy, the next year I already had a captain, etc.)
                  Hafez al-Assad died on June 10, 2000 from heart failure. On the the next day after the death of the Syrian leader, Acting President of Syria, First Vice President Haddam awarded Bashar Assad the rank of lieutenant general and appointed him supreme commander of the army(only on the basis of personal qualities, of course). Syrian parliament amended constitution, withlowering the minimum age of the presidential candidate from 40 to 34 years old specifically for the election of Bashar Assad to this position. laughing
                  June 20 at the congress of the ruling Ba'ath Party Bashar al-Assad was elected secretary general and nominated as the only presidential candidate good , and a week later his candidacy was approved by parliament [3]. On July 10, a referendum was held in the country on the election of the head of state, as a result of which Bashar al-Assad was elected president of Syria, gaining 97,29% of the vote [6]. On May 27, 2007, another referendum was held in Syria on the re-election of Assad as head of state. Only one question was included in the ballot: “Do you trust the government of Bashar al-Assad until 2014?"[7]. According to the referendum, Bashar Assad was re-elected for a second term, gaining 97,62% of the vote [8

                  Of course democracy rules wassat
                  Quote: elenagromova
                  But Stalin is still written from a large group

                  Not groups, Elena, but letters
                  Quote: elenagromova
                  why are you absolutely not grateful to him for his leading role in creating your territorial entity?

                  And why did you decide so? Very grateful. I don’t catch the connection, between my gratitude and your body warming up the expanses of Kolyma crying
                  1. igor67
                    igor67 6 November 2012 18: 34
                    0
                    Karish,
                    [media = http: //m.youtube.com/watch? v = mqKYZOVsIwU]
                  2. igor67
                    igor67 6 November 2012 18: 40
                    +1
                    Karish,
                    here about world democracy laughing
                  3. Dimon Lviv
                    Dimon Lviv 6 November 2012 22: 29
                    0
                    I have never seen your comments criticizing the Arab tyranny in Qatar and Saudi Arabia - there, even the country was named with the name of the ruling dynasty ...
                    1. Karish
                      Karish 6 November 2012 22: 39
                      -2
                      Quote: Dimon Lviv
                      and I have never seen your comments criticizing the Arab tyranny in Qatar and Saudi Arabia - there, even the country was named with the name of the ruling dynasty.

                      Yes, they are all freaks finished, let them scratch like spiders in a jar (to our delight) Saudia -s.su.k.i. medieval, Qatar - just prostitutes (we just wouldn’t touch ours and yours), Egypt - (they’ll cry for Mubarak, as the last bitches will be found in the USA and crawl for the dough), Lebanon - well, it’s just not clear that , Syria - (the Alawites crushed the Sunnis, they cringed before them and shouted approval and glory to Assad, but now - has the memory gone?). Libya - (tribal system with money), Palestinians - (lazy people and prostitutes who pay the most and play music)
                      In short, they are all in words - one nation, but in fact they will cut one another’s throat together with their princes
                      1. Botanologist
                        Botanologist 7 November 2012 00: 03
                        +2
                        All p.i.d.a.s.a.s., only proud karish - dArtagnan.
                        In how.
                    2. Flooding
                      Flooding 7 November 2012 10: 31
                      +1
                      Quote: Dimon Lviv
                      I have never seen your comments criticizing the Arab tyranny in Qatar and Saudi Arabia - there, even the country was named with the name of the ruling dynasty ...

                      Dimon, do you think Igor67 who posted the parody?
              2. Professor
                Professor 6 November 2012 16: 50
                -3
                I repeat, I read this article and saw that the rebels were accused of war crimes. Moreover, I have no doubt that they are committing such crimes. But I didn’t see any connections there with the "death squads" of the United States and co. Because there is no such thing. It's not hard for you to post a quote, is it?
                1. Botanologist
                  Botanologist 6 November 2012 20: 32
                  0
                  Professor.
                  I was not going to discuss with you, but you are clogging the air. I explain:
                  - you are a manipulator. There are people who are trying to distort reality in their favor.
                  - your manipulations are based on sophistry. This is the most primitive manipulation based on pulling one phrase out of the text and publicly humiliating it. This is a kindergarten, not even a high school discussion. However, you also do not reach the qualified manipulator with similar tools.
                  Based on the foregoing, I beg you to find somewhere Carnegie’s little book, or manual on manipulations, and read at least a couple more tricks.
                  And then it's some kind of dull monotony, and every day I just watch how you post the same phrase of the interlocutor. You probably think this is very smart.
                2. mazdie
                  mazdie 6 November 2012 21: 18
                  +1
                  I apologize, why are you encrypting, sitting under a proxy, still wondering which country you live in?
                3. Botanologist
                  Botanologist 6 November 2012 22: 07
                  +3
                  Somehow weakly I was minus for the post about manipulation. Either the fighters for the "freedom" of the Syrian people are sleeping, or there are not many of them left.
                  I sincerely hope that they will lead everyone soon.
                  By the way, professor, and essentially your manipulations have something to argue?
                  Although I'm not surprised - when the manipulations are revealed, usually people like you come out of the discussion. What is the use of these techniques when they do not work, is it true? It’s easier to find a new victim.
              3. igor67
                igor67 6 November 2012 16: 52
                +4
                elenagromova,
                Elena, what is the difference between the Arabs who live in Syria from the type of Palestinian, or hired from other Arab countries? Yes, nothing. The language is the same, religion is basically the same, mentality is no different. The greed for money in order to kill his own, I agree with you this is not a civil war, I do not like this word, although I can not find another word. And Syria is not the first and last in this list, in terms of fratricide, the story is continuous massacre. Just read A. Dumas Ali Pasha, Albanians who converted to Islam with particular cruelty slaughter Albanian Muslims, plus these are cut among themselves.
                1. igor67
                  igor67 6 November 2012 21: 22
                  +1
                  igor67,
                  He made a mistake: Albanians who converted to Islam slaughter Albanian Christians with particular cruelty.
              4. Karish
                Karish 6 November 2012 17: 12
                0
                Quote: elenagromova
                And that the "death squads" killed people in Hula, and blamed on the legitimate government

                Elena is always tense with both facts and terminalology. By definition * death squads * can only be state. structure or controlled thereof.
                «
                Death squads ”(Spanish los escuadrones de la muerte) - units created or encouraged by the state to abduct, destroy and intimidate criminals, the opposition and hostile elements. This activity is conducted in a conspiracy mode, communication with state bodies is denied by both the state itself and their participants.

                It really looks like the occupation, maybe they beat their own?
                The goals of death squads are usually those who are dangerous or undesirable for their organizers and sponsors. It can be political, religious and trade union leaders and activists, journalists, criminals, homeless and homeless.
                Various paramilitary organizations, special forces of the army and police usually act as death squads. Members of death squads tend to hide their connection with law enforcement.

                Elena really you do not understand, calling them * death squads * - you simply discredit the power.
                Under Stalin, for such typos, you would have long been warmed up with your hot body, the expanses of Kolyma laughing
                1. elenagromova
                  6 November 2012 18: 00
                  +4
                  This is the definition of Wikipedia, which is silent about the role of the United States in creating death squadrons back in Latin America. Who said they must obey the legitimate government? Completely optional. In Iraq, every force, and not just a formal government, already has such squadrons. And in Syria they obey the same people to whom the entire "opposition" is.

                  "Under Stalin, for such typos, you would have warmed up the expanses of Kolyma with your hot body for a long time."

                  Well, what about the thought that you spend here, that I live under the terrible dictatorship of the Terrible Dictator? ))))
                  But Stalin is still written from a large group, and it often surprises me why you are absolutely not grateful for his leading role in creating your territorial entity?
                  1. Karish
                    Karish 6 November 2012 18: 27
                    0
                    Quote: elenagromova
                    This is the definition of Wikipedia, which is silent about the role of the United States in creating a squadron death in Latin America.

                    Well, imagine the facts. Only not from the newspaper Tomorrow
                    Quote: elenagromova
                    Who says they must obey a legitimate government?

                    Because * death squads * in Latin America were created by government agencies, or by whom?
                    Quote: elenagromova
                    Completely optional

                    It’s absolutely necessary, I’m saying that you have a problem with the terminology, I would like to name them * Death Squadrons * - although it’s just gang formation that’s right. Horseradish of course radish is not sweeter, I just understand * Expression - Death Squadrons ---, caresses your refined hearing more.
                    Do not call the plague - cholera. The diagnosis is not correct, you colleagues will laugh laughing
                2. Botanologist
                  Botanologist 6 November 2012 20: 36
                  +1
                  By definition * death squads * can only be state. structure or controlled thereof

                  You powerfully pushed it. I'm trying to understand your logic and, most importantly, the direction of thought.
                  1. Karish
                    Karish 6 November 2012 22: 26
                    0
                    Quote: Botanologist
                    You powerfully pushed it. I'm trying to understand your logic and, most importantly, the direction of thought.

                    Very simple, read the definition and that’s it. Maybe you will understand. I’m not saying that they are beautiful - definitely the bandits on whom the grave cries, but to call them Death Squadrons - just to say that they are organized by the Syrian Muhabarrat.
                    Quote: Botanologist
                    the main thing is the direction of thought

                    Very simple - what would they all rest there laughing
                    1. Botanologist
                      Botanologist 7 November 2012 00: 16
                      +1
                      Whose definition? In our difficult world, democracy has become a definition, although I always thought that it was the power of the people.
                      As for "everyone there died" - well, I would not so decisively send pestilence and ulcers to these countries. The only problem is that one very cunning people is trying to rule the world, pushing their heads against Arabs, Koreans, Pashtuns, Kurds.
                      In principle, there will be enough space for everyone in the Middle East - the question is that there is no need to feed the "profitable" modes with weapons and help, and drive the rest over the fence. And the Koran can be combed into a normal teaching. But someone raised Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan for decades, organizing a war with us. And now they blame the fact that the Koran is bad, and the Muslims
                      Build, after all, gallows on the roads, and hang all sorts of goats by the neck. Like in the days of Rome. A hanged muslik does not go to heaven. The Romans were able to find an approach to people.
                      And we all try to weigh on the scales mutually exclusive things - the level of need for freedom of mercenaries from Turkey and the degree of lack of freedom of the Assad regime. Yes, he is next to Qatar or the Saudis - a dreamy child!
                      And all sorts of not very educated people like the professor on this site are trying to prove to us that white is not white, but a little gray. Surely some bored young man sits at the computer and is proud of the fact that he is talking with adult uncles.
                      1. Karish
                        Karish 7 November 2012 08: 06
                        0
                        Quote: Botanologist
                        In our difficult world, democracy has become a definition, although I always thought that it was the power of the people.

                        this is the definition, any word has an interpretation. Any nerd knows that.
                        Quote: Botanologist
                        The only problem is that one very cunning people is trying to rule the world, pushing their foreheads against Arabs, then Koreans, then Pashtuns, then Kurds.

                        Are Koreans and Pashtuns the same?
                        Quote: Botanologist
                        And the Koran can be combed into normal teaching.

                        comb your hair !!!!!!!
                        Quote: Botanologist
                        Build, after all, gallows on the roads, and hang all sorts of goats by the neck. Like in the days of Rome

                        in the days of rome crucified
                        Quote: Botanologist
                        A hanged muslik does not go to heaven. The Romans were able to find an approach to people.

                        in the days of Rome - there was no Islam, learn the materiel, you are not a nerd
                        Quote: Botanologist
                        And all sorts of not very educated people like the professor

                        Well, so far with knowledge of history you have a strain
        2. slas
          slas 6 November 2012 19: 49
          0
          Quote: Professor
          (on the next branch posted videos that soldiers do

          And what are they doing? Do you have any evidence that they are representatives of the regular Syrian army? wink
          1. Karish
            Karish 6 November 2012 22: 27
            0
            Quote: slas
            And what are they doing? Do you have any evidence that they are representatives of the regular Syrian army?

            What difference does it make, let them fight and the more they put each other, the less this trash will remain in the world drinks
      2. Karish
        Karish 6 November 2012 16: 08
        0
        Quote: elenagromova
        This is what

        The main creditor and financial donor of the armed Syrian opposition is the government of Libya. It is reported by Rosbalt with reference to the British newspaper Financial Times.
        "Statistics show that the Libyan government has transferred $ 20,3 million to the Syrian National Council out of the total $ 40,4 million it has received since its inception in the spring of 2011," the newspaper notes. "Qatar is in second place in terms of funding for the Syrian opposition with $ 15 million, and the United Arab Emirates is in third place with $ 5 million."

        Seven generals of the Syrian government army fled to Turkey. Upon arrival at the Turkish-Syrian border, they asked the authorities of the neighboring country for refugee status. The Syrian military commanders were sent to the Apaydin camp in Hatay province with heightened security measures.
        Meanwhile, fierce fighting is underway in Syria itself. On the eve of the shootings of Syrian rebels with Assad soldiers, as well as government air strikes in the territory occupied by the rebels, more than 250 people were killed.

        Syrian security forces raided an office owned by the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas in Damascus on November 5, Qatar's Al-Jazeera television reported. After searches of the office, the Syrian authorities sealed the entrances to the premises. Presumably, official Damascus took such a demonstrative hostile step towards Hamas for the first time.

        A powerful explosion occurred on the morning of November 6 at a pipeline through which oil is delivered to an oil refinery located on the outskirts of Homs. According to initial information, the cause of the explosion was a shootout between opponents and supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

        According to the Arab press, at the Congress in Doha, the Syrian opposition succeeds, despite sharp internal differences, to achieve some success in the unification. The main one was, according to the Lebanese newspaper Daily Star, the decision to create joint commands for five fronts in Syria: western, eastern, northern, southern and central.
        The Egyptian newspaper Al-Akhbar also notes the agreement of the Syrian National Council (SNC), a key opposition structure, to admit 13 more groups of opponents of the regime of President Bashar al-Assad into its ranks.

        A number of media outlets report the aggravation of the "internecine" confrontation between supporters and opponents of Bashar al-Assad in the ranks of the Palestinians in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, where the majority are militants of pro-Palestinian organizations: the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the General Command of Ahmad Jibril. According to Al-Ahram, 24 Palestinians have died in the Yarmouk camp in the past 30 hours.
      3. Karish
        Karish 6 November 2012 17: 29
        +1
        Quote: elenagromova
        Is this what?

        Stop breaking spears, the site on which the article is located, engages itself as an adversary of the United States, NATO, globalization, etc. I'm somehow used to believing in more independent sources. The site’s host.
        Michel Chossudovsky (born 1946) is a Canadian economist.
        He is a professor of economics (honorary) at the University of Ottawa. Chossudovsky was a visiting professor at the international level, and was an adviser to the government of developing countries. In 1999, Chossudovsky joined the transnational Foundation for Peace and the Future of Research as a consultant. [1] Chossudovsky is a party to the Kuala Lumpur declaration to criminalize war. He is the author of The Globalization of Poverty and the New World Order (2003) and America’s War on Terrorism (2005) and the Path to Peace. War III scenario: the dangers of nuclear war.
        Having worked at the University of Ottawa since 1968, [5], he is the founder, editor and director of the Center for the Study of Globalization (CRG) based in Montreal, Canada. He “seeks to curb the wave of globalization and disarm the new world order.” [6] CRG maintains the website GlobalResearch.ca which is critical of the foreign policies of the United States and NATO, as well as the theory of the September 11 attacks and the war on terror, the media misinformation, poverty and social inequality, the global economic crisis, and politics and religion.
        В A 2005 article by The Jewish Tribune criticized GlobalResearch.ca as “replete with anti-Jewish conspiracy theories and Holocaust denial.” B'nai Brit Canada complained that there were comments on forum moderator Chossudovsky that questioned how many Jews died during the Holocaust. Chossudovsky responded. that there was a disclaimer that the site is not responsible for the opinions expressed in the forum and he had to comment deleted. He also said that he was of Jewish heritage and would become one of the last people to put up with anti-Semitic views. [7] The same article also reported that B'nai Brit Canada wrote a letter to the University of Ottawa asking the university "to conduct its own investigation of this propaganda site." [7]
        In a 2006 review by Terry O'Neill in the conservative Canadian news magazine, Renovation, Chossudovsky was included in the list of "Canada's nuttiest professors, those whose absurdity stands head and shoulders above their peers."... [8] The roster alongside Chossudovsky included Sunera Tobani, Shannon Bell, John McMurtry, Shadia Drury, Michael Keefer, Taiaiake Alfred, Leo Panich, Kathleen Mahoney, Thomas Homer-Dixon, Sophie Quigley, and Joel Bakan. In particular, the reviewers referred to GlobalResearch.ca as "anti-American and anti-globalization" [8]

        Would refer immediately to the newspaper Tomorrow - it would be easier.
        If you want to be minimally trusted, at least try to imagine the information not up-to-date.
        1. elenagromova
          6 November 2012 17: 39
          +3
          There are no completely independent and neutral sources, and those that are so called are very dependent and pro-American.
          All the media are circulating the "information" of a "human rights observatory" located in London, and they do not ask whether it is neutral or not.
          1. Karish
            Karish 6 November 2012 18: 05
            -2
            Quote: elenagromova
            There are no completely independent and neutral sources, and those that are so called are very dependent and pro-American.

            Then how do your independent and truthful sources differ from pro-American?
            Quote: elenagromova
            All mass media circulate "information" of a certain "human rights observatory"

            Elena, when it’s convenient for you, you refer to the UN, Amnesty International and Doctors Without Borders and the Palestinian IAAS, when it’s not convenient, you immediately declare them pro-American.
            I am still inclined to trust the old and proven media over the years, maybe they are somehow dependent, but to a much lesser extent than fanatical fighters * for the truth * who see nothing except to defend their point of view exclusively. You give me honest facts, but I myself will somehow draw up my own opinion

            Quote: elenagromova
            Completely independent and neutral sources

            Do you consider yourself an independent and neutral source?
            1. elenagromova
              6 November 2012 18: 12
              +3
              If everyone is pro-American, someone must also be anti-American, otherwise there will be no talk of some kind of "objectivity" if everyone sings in unison.
              I am independent. In the sense that I do not depend on anyone, no one pays me and no one dictates what they write. I am not neutral, in the sense that I have a political position, and I do not stand above the "fight".
              1. igor67
                igor67 6 November 2012 18: 16
                0
                elenagromova,
                Who doesn’t pay you? It’s possible not a modest question, but for what means you live and fly to Syria, as you saw on an Internet in Moscow at a rally, tickets to Damascus are very expensive. I checked more than 45 thousand rubles
                1. elenagromova
                  6 November 2012 18: 22
                  0
                  Well, gone, from where the money on the ticket ... Right, you might think, the cost of an apartment that can not be earned by honest labor.
                  1. igor67
                    igor67 6 November 2012 18: 31
                    0
                    elenagromova,
                    You yourself wrote that no one pays you, I didn’t pull you for the tongue, living in a country I say so more developed. Than Syria, and working for 12 hours, it’s expensive to buy a ticket to Ukraine and it costs half the price, and to Moscow our tickets cost half as much. You may be right about the apartment, but I took a loan for 20 years and I’ll work honestly and pay
                  2. Karish
                    Karish 6 November 2012 18: 37
                    +2
                    Quote: elenagromova
                    Well, gone, from where the money on the ticket ... Right, you might think, the cost of an apartment that can not be earned by honest labor.

                    NOT an apartment of course, but no one has yet canceled the den.znaki for living and needs. But you do not beg at crossroads and do not sell your body (again, hoping to go to heaven) So the question is where (where) the money is - Kisa laughing
                    To live in a rather cheap country like Syria, but judging by your photo (next to Assad), you like to eat like I do love
                    Who pays, he dances and Gromov. So does that sound like that? So whose contentment are you on? Madame or Mademoiselle laughing
                    1. mar.tira
                      mar.tira 6 November 2012 18: 48
                      +1
                      Quote: Karish
                      So the question is where (where) the money is Kisa

                      And what is not clear, she is our employee. She is on a business trip. How is it not your business? Maybe on the TU-160! Or the T-50 is sent for her!
                      1. igor67
                        igor67 6 November 2012 18: 55
                        +1
                        mar.tira,
                        then Oleg had no questions. but you couldn’t immediately hint
                      2. Karish
                        Karish 6 November 2012 18: 55
                        0
                        Quote: mar.tira
                        Maybe on the TU-160! Or the T-50 is sent for it!

                        Judging by the photo, probably TU-160 laughing
                        Again, you can toss a hawk, you understand you can’t do with one butcher hi
                      3. igor67
                        igor67 6 November 2012 19: 02
                        +1
                        Karish,
                        At one time, he repaired 24ki for Assad. The alcohol in the alcohol barrel was dirty no offense. it was not even leaked to LIS. and we joyed at the joys.
                      4. Dimon Lviv
                        Dimon Lviv 6 November 2012 22: 40
                        0
                        At one time, he repaired 24ki for Assad. The alcohol in the alcohol barrel was dirty no offense. it was not even leaked to LIS. and we were enjoying the joys of joy
                        - I read your posts and willingly believe the story you told you how you harassed. Moreover, this story has explained a lot. It’s just not clear to me what is it with Prohves Sor and Shark, what they drank ...
                      5. mar.tira
                        mar.tira 6 November 2012 19: 04
                        +1
                        Quote: Karish
                        one butcher is not enough

                        And you have one hawk on your mind and a place on the beach. I didn’t expect anything else from you. To see your ancestors plagued this world with their torment in concentration camps. What do you think about other peoples with such mockery?
                      6. elenagromova
                        6 November 2012 19: 09
                        0
                        Well, here, such as Karish, can ask a thin woman, whence she has money for weight loss products))))
                      7. Karish
                        Karish 6 November 2012 19: 38
                        +1
                        Quote: elenagromova
                        Well, here, such as Karish, can ask a thin woman, whence she has money for weight loss products))))

                        My wife does not need it, she is all in sports, and husbands probably give others. You have another case, your love is platonic (for Assad) and you are married to the Revolution. Or is it that someone throws a little lave, of course, not in order to influence your objective opinion, but in such a way that you couldn’t cut yourself into a hungry swoon?
                      8. igor67
                        igor67 6 November 2012 19: 14
                        +1
                        mar.tira,
                        Well, why. I’ve been working with Arabs for many years, they also have one hawk on their minds. Yes, my father’s habit of biting crackers has remained since the war. He was starving as a child. do you think I should?
                      9. mar.tira
                        mar.tira 6 November 2012 19: 27
                        0
                        Quote: igor67
                        do you think I should?

                        It shouldn’t! Nobody forces you. But judging by your comments, you were poorly fed when you were a child, everyone was beaten, both Russians and Arabs. And your wife is a plain little woman. And you need a softer, softer one! And the people will stretch!
                      10. Karish
                        Karish 6 November 2012 19: 41
                        0
                        Quote: mar.tira
                        It shouldn’t! Nobody forces you. But judging by your comments, you were poorly fed when you were a child, everyone was beaten, both by Russians and Arabs. And your wife is a plain little woman.
                        And you need softer, softer! And the people will stretch!

                        Well, like everyone else, have you ever seen a hungry Jewish child? And the wife, so she is what the husband likes love

                        Quote: mar.tira
                        And you need softer, softer! And the people will stretch!

                        Where will it reach?
                      11. igor67
                        igor67 6 November 2012 20: 19
                        -1
                        mar.tira,
                        Where are the Arabs in Ukraine from? And the wife is an adult Russian woman. laughing
                      12. Karish
                        Karish 6 November 2012 19: 35
                        -1
                        Quote: mar.tira
                        And you have one hawk on your mind and a place on the beach

                        I won’t hide, I like to eat and I don’t blame Elena for that. I just eat for my own, and she claims that for free, I envy her with black envy, our eggs went up by 5% wassat
                        But do not tell me about the beach, I do not tan, in general, the less sunburned, the better. So I'm white like a medical wat laughing

                        Quote: mar.tira
                        Looks like the ancestors plagued you this world with their torment in the concentration camps. What do you relate to other peoples with such mockery

                        What is sick at all or how?
                      13. Karish
                        Karish 6 November 2012 23: 17
                        0
                        Quote: mar.tira
                        Looks like the ancestors plagued you this world with their torment in concentration camps.

                        and your ancestors on which side fought, or guarded mine?
                    2. elenagromova
                      6 November 2012 19: 10
                      +1
                      Especially in your avatar, you can see that you love to eat, and here, too, 20-th boaters are not enough))) Eat better than fresh 20 rebels)))
                      1. Karish
                        Karish 6 November 2012 19: 47
                        0
                        Quote: elenagromova
                        Especially in your avatar, you can see that you love to eat, and here, too, 20-th boaters are not enough))) Eat better than fresh 20 rebels)))

                        I perfectly explained to you that I like to eat and if it’s Friday, then there’s nothing wrong with that either. And if you are a little less than my 105, then not everything is lost, in a country like Syria gender equality, the more I know the Arabs do not like thin people (this does not apply to you, you are in a revolution therefore the sinful thoughts of such a plebs like us do not concern you, of course ) everything is achievable. The main thing to say - I can !!!, and everything will work out.
                        Quote: elenagromova
                        Eat better than fresh 20 rebels)))

                        It’s impossible for me, I have heartburn from them. I would like something hardened. wassat
                      2. Dimon Lviv
                        Dimon Lviv 6 November 2012 22: 44
                        -1
                        Eat better than fresh 20 rebels)))

                        I can’t, I have heartburn from them.
                        - have you already tried it? They say the truth in the East - "and a mangy dog ​​can be useful" ...
                      3. Aaron Zawi
                        Aaron Zawi 6 November 2012 19: 59
                        +2
                        elenagromova
                        Honestly, the freaks who are fighting with Assad are already annoying me. Not that I would have sympathized with the Assad regime, but we must not cross some borders even in war, and these scumbags have clearly crossed them. But Assad will not help Israel more than now. We also have claims to it. So let's crush your enemies yourself, we don’t bother you.
              2. Aaron Zawi
                Aaron Zawi 6 November 2012 19: 53
                +2
                elenagromova
                Thus, you position yourself as a government journalist. This is neither bad nor good, just on a military site is extremely uninformative. For example, the work of bloggers who are not interested in who will win, but he is trying to track and figure out the events. http://iltg2009.livejournal.com/168862.html. Agree, maybe not emotionally like you, but much more informative.
                1. Karish
                  Karish 6 November 2012 23: 20
                  -1
                  Quote: Aron Zaavi
                  For example, the work of bloggers who are not interested in who will win, but he is trying to track and figure out the events

                  Here is a simple and easy way to give info
                  , and let the people themselves form an opinion (+)
  9. 1946095andrey
    1946095andrey 6 November 2012 10: 53
    +3
    Oh, this global aggressor is playing out, they haven’t come across a worthy adversary .... Let them poke on the Slavic people and they will see what we are capable of protecting ourselves and our homeland !!!
    1. Lucky
      Lucky 6 November 2012 13: 07
      -1
      Well, FIG knows him, they are a strong opponent, who wouldn’t want anyone to have such an enemy come to their land, there will be a lot of losses, a lot of human blood will be shed !! (((
      1. Samovar
        Samovar 6 November 2012 13: 26
        +1
        Quote: Lucky
        Well, FIG knows him, they are a strong opponent

        And we do not have others. But no matter how strong the adversary is, on our land he becomes weak.
  10. Gorchakov
    Gorchakov 6 November 2012 10: 59
    +2
    I support the author of the article ... That's right ... Article +
    1. Beck
      Beck 6 November 2012 11: 52
      -7
      These reports by Gromova, probably due to her youth, are similar to the reports in Pionerskaya Pravda. Without analytics, with jerking, everything is with a bang.

      She agrees for a non-Russian mountain uncle. But she would write truthfully. How difficult for him. But not all cheers. According to her reports, Assad should have defeated everyone for a long time.

      Interesting. If Assad falls, will Gromov appear with his report?

      And anyway, why regret Uncle Assad? He is that legally elected president of the Mursi type. What would Russia not be able to breathe without him? And do not invent fairy tales for yourself that through Syria, the United States will invade Russia through the Caucasus.
      1. elenagromova
        6 November 2012 14: 24
        +5
        You are also a non-Russian uncle, you are from Kazakhstan, and you have a non-Russian name, which means that, according to your own words, you are not a human being and you can be killed, right? And then do not feel sorry for you!

        Interesting. If Assad falls, will Gromov appear with his report?

        I do not know, most likely I will not appear, because I’ll end up on Paradise.
        We all sooner or later find ourselves in the next world.
        But your favorite bandits - too. Only here they can not see paradise. Because they use religion for the dirtiest purposes.

        He is that the legitimate president of the type Mursi

        Funny ...
        1. Beck
          Beck 6 November 2012 14: 53
          -6
          Thunderous.

          By non-Russian uncle I meant a dictator. I’m not a dictator, I don’t order to shoot at my people. The comparisons you have are intentionally false. Such messages are common in the crowd at the market, they say d ... ac.

          Quote: elenagromova
          I do not know, most likely I will not appear, because I’ll end up on Paradise.


          Yeah Such sacrifice is necessary. And for whom? For a man who, through his inability to do the right analysis, led his country to a civil war. You are probably ready to cover Assad with yourself. Better not. You are a woman. Much more will be your merit to society, the state, and God if you return home alive and unharmed and give whole worlds to new lives.

          Bandits in my favorites do not go. And in any civil war, rabble flies from all sides. But there cannot be thousands by default.
          30 thousand killed, with a ratio of 1: 3, 90 thousand wounded. Total, roughly, 110 thousand and these are all bandits. Still fighting, say 100 thousand. Total 200 thousand bandits? Yes, there is no such thing.

          What is funny to you in Egypt. There, the people (in your opinion, bandits) removed Mubarak precisely in order to hold elections. Elections were held. And the winner, as the West expected, was not a liberal, but an Islamist who was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood - Musri. But this is already the business of the Egyptian people, they chose whom they wanted and with that they will live until the next elections.
          1. elenagromova
            6 November 2012 16: 18
            +2
            1. There are no dictators in Syria. Unless, of course, we do not take into account the petty huskies such as "field commanders" of all kinds of jihadist brigades. All dictators are outside of it.
            2. Speaking the words "non-Russian uncle", the opponent emphasized precisely "not Russianness", and not any other qualities.
            3. There is no civil war in Syria. There are activities of bandit formations paid for by the West, Israel, Qatar and Saudi, and there are counter-terrorist operations, but this is not a war, but the fight against crime.
            4. What should I do and for whom should I give my life, if necessary, I will figure it out myself, without the advice of outsiders.
            5. Musri is much more like a dictator.
            1. Karish
              Karish 6 November 2012 16: 47
              -1
              Quote: elenagromova
              There is activity of gangs paid by the West, Israel, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, and there are counter-terrorist operations, but this is not a war, but a fight against crime.

              Gromov, it’s good to hang noodles, Israel is on your thugs, which on the one, on the other, will not give a penny and a penny. Fight for health and the more, the better. We have all of you, seen in a coffin and don’t give any preference to the wrong side, although in truth, we wish Assad to win this war and generally remain the only survivor. Well, maybe even with you (provided that his wife is leaking somewhere (you have Elena, you may have a chance. Imagine if he takes your name, there will be Bashar Gromov - it sounds wassat
              but there are counter-terrorist operations, but this is not a war, but the fight against crime

              Are you pushing crime with tanks and planes for two years now? It is necessary to dismiss the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. I liked the fight against crime. They’re probably a little thing in their pockets.
              .
              Musri is much more like a dictator

              So we say it
              "
              A terrible dictatorship has emerged from the quest for democracy in Egypt, "Israeli Defense Minister Amos Gilad said Friday, sharply criticizing the new regime in Cairo.

              Very often, even democratically elected leaders turned into dictators
            2. Beck
              Beck 6 November 2012 19: 06
              -4
              Thunderous.

              1. The Internet is worse than the face of the interlocutor. So when you said that Assad is not a dictator, did you blush or blush?

              2. I emphasized for a non-Russian uncle that the Russian peasant, Kazakh shepherd, well, this uncle is in FIG, so that for him to remain in power, he would take his throats with tears in his eyes.

              3. There is no civil war. And why then the modern army can’t cope with the bandits for 1,5 years.

              4. And who insisted that you do something against your will. It was a wish, and then purely your personal.

              5. Musri may be authoritarian, but he was elected in the election.

              And the last one. Question. Why are you so self-confident? Speaking

              Quote: elenagromova
              I do not know, most likely I will not appear, because I’ll end up on Paradise.


              One god knows where to distribute you and it is quite possible in Hell. Do not interfere in divine affairs.
              1. Botanologist
                Botanologist 6 November 2012 20: 41
                +1
                Beck
                give a little money to all mujahideen - and your homeland will very quickly turn into hell. Or do you doubt it?
                Only you will not be offended by those who demand the overthrow of your government and surrender the power of all scum, for only it speaks on behalf of the people. You are so tolerant ...
                1. Beck
                  Beck 7 November 2012 09: 49
                  0
                  Quote: Botanologist
                  Only you will not be offended by those who demand the overthrow of your government and surrender the power of all scum, for only it speaks on behalf of the people. You are so tolerant with us ..


                  Those who demand from the outside will not receive an answer from me. But if our president orders the army to shoot at his people, I will be the first to engage in arms against such a government.

                  And they give money to our Islamists from behind the hillock, and they have been committing ter.acts lately. But this is not a people who would come to mass demonstrations. These are terrorists who commit isolated ter.acts. And then in Kazakhstan, the population is not as Islamized as in the Arab countries. We have a large percentage of unbelievers. And some ceremonies are performed not as religious, but as traditional.
                  1. Flooding
                    Flooding 7 November 2012 10: 38
                    0
                    Quote: Beck
                    But if our president orders the army to shoot at his people, I will be the first to engage in arms against such a government.

                    And doesn’t it matter that mercenaries and religious fanatics will stand alongside you? Do not try, Beck, to paint the world in white and black. There are much more complex tones and shades.
                    1. Beck
                      Beck 7 November 2012 10: 49
                      0
                      Quote: Flood
                      And doesn’t it matter that mercenaries and religious fanatics will stand alongside you? Do not try, Beck, to paint the world in white and black. There are much more complex tones and shades.


                      The fact of the matter is that complex tones and shades. I am sure that not only mercenaries will join. But also shop robbers, pickpockets, criminals and whatnot.

                      In Libya, too, adjoined and also fought. Overthrown Gaddafi. Held free, fair elections. Who has won? The thieves? Robbers? Hirelings? Religious fanatics?

                      Liberals won, and they are now establishing normal life in Libya.
              2. Dimon Lviv
                Dimon Lviv 6 November 2012 23: 15
                +1
                And why then the modern army can’t cope with the bandits for 1,5 years.
                - I do not like to comment on stupid questions, but for Elena’s sake I will comment, although it’s obvious that you don’t own the topic under discussion and just troll.
                1. In Syria there is a constant flow of mercenaries and weapons from neighboring countries, especially from Turkey. This is an established and non-negotiable fact.
                2. On the faces of the bandits that they are not bandits, before the start of the battle they are no different from other people in the city - namely, in cities they are most active. You can detect them and begin to counteract them only after the bandits have begun to act. That is, the first move is always theirs, and given their number - tens of thousands - the special services will not cope.
                And with regard to "can not cope" - in Western Ukraine, UPA units operated until 1956, and they also "could not cope". Tell me, do you believe that the most powerful army in the world at that time could not cope with a bunch of stinking ragamuffins?
                Or maybe you still have the courage to ask the question differently - "she couldn't find them"? And stop, please, troll.
                1. Beck
                  Beck 7 November 2012 10: 14
                  0
                  Quote: Dimon Lviv
                  - I do not like to comment on stupid questions, but for Elena’s sake I will comment, although it’s obvious that you don’t own the topic under discussion and just troll.


                  And do not comment. And why then did you visit the site? And this is a conditional troll. How do not like it so troll. And what are you doing?

                  1. The flow of mercenaries and all trash from terrorist organizations is certainly coming. But he is not the root cause. The root cause was the massive, popular, peaceful demonstrations of residents of Syrian cities for six months demanding elections. Assad shot at unarmed people for six months. Only after that did the people take up arms. And extremist trash began to join the already rebellious people. You and Gromova are turning everything upside down.

                  2. Extremist terrorists cannot be tens of thousands. When they explode houses in cities, they do not immediately blow 100 houses at once. Tens of thousands are no longer bandits, they are people. In Libya, what the bandits of Gaddafi overthrew? The bandits have chosen the Libyan Liberal Parliament at the moment? Bandits are now establishing life in Libya?

                  3. In Western Ukraine there was no mass popular movement in all cities. In Ukraine there was a partisan movement. And it is very difficult to counter the partisan movement with regular units. It's like basmachi in Central Asia. Raising the entire regiment to the Basmachian sortie was troublesome and long. Basmachi won when they gave independence to mobile squadrons.
                  So, do not confuse the mass movement with guerrilla actions.

                  I suspect you yourself do not have a clear definition of the term - troll. You have it in the following. If someone says his own, you do not like, then a troll. Atu him. What do you think there are no people who do not like your statements, then it means you are also a troll.

                  Why do you need a site - for communication. If everyone starts saying the same thing, then why a site. Imagine that everyone on the site speaks according to your thoughts. And what? Would you be interested in talking to yourself?
          2. Alone
            Alone 6 November 2012 19: 11
            +1
            Quote: Beck
            Yeah Such sacrifice is necessary. And for whom?

            Do you not know what the idin from the "heads of the Syrian opposition" said? And he said - After the seizure of power in Syria, the Russians will pay 10 lives for each killed militant. And what does self-sacrifice have to do with it if the author lives in this very Syria?
            1. Beck
              Beck 6 November 2012 19: 28
              -4
              Alone.

              I already said that different trash joined the uprising. And its representatives can say anything.

              I spoke of self-sacrifice, bearing in mind that the author, either going to Paradise or Hell, sacrifices himself for her beloved Assad. If only he lived. The rest is vanity.
            2. slas
              slas 6 November 2012 20: 06
              +1
              First, let yourself be bitten by the elbow. Then we’ll talk about 10 R F
              1. slas
                slas 6 November 2012 20: 50
                0
                I see half of the proamers live according to the principle "Let them have just not be beaten" Well, well, you are no stranger wink
                1. slas
                  slas 6 November 2012 21: 55
                  0
                  to your minuses without discussion and comments two bags of small millet laughing
          3. Dimon Lviv
            Dimon Lviv 6 November 2012 23: 00
            0
            it’s not a dictator, I don’t order to shoot at my people
            - oh, what loud templates, ears are already withering. Tell me, can't there be criminals, terrorists and bandits among "their people", who are the direct responsibility of any army and law enforcement forces to shoot? And just do not say that Assad "fired at peaceful demonstrations", do not. Let us also remind you of the snipers who fired on BOTH SIDES, in Libya, in Syria, and of the NATO weapons, which, no one knows where, were discovered by "their peaceful people" - despite the fact that they are unpopular in Syria, and to own military weapons in Syria - CRIMINAL OFFENSE. And in general, who do you mean by "your people" - Turkish, French and other mercenaries who were found dead or prisoners in droves in Syria - with documents?
            1. slas
              slas 6 November 2012 23: 33
              0
              Dima, yes, they all understand. But either because of their harmfulness or not in those sources they delve into, but still they will call cast iron luminium. laughing
        2. Karish
          Karish 6 November 2012 16: 14
          -2
          Quote: elenagromova
          I do not know, most likely I will not appear, because I’ll end up on Paradise.

          And why did you decide that in paradise? I am not quick, in the end, every shahid should get 70 virgins in paradise, only for this reason you reserved a place for yourself there?
          Quote: elenagromova
          But your favorite bandits, too. Only they can’t see paradise

          They are not our loved ones, and the sooner they find themselves there, the better it is, only they are declared the same martyrs, are you not afraid to go to anyone in heaven in a harem? It will be a shame, huh?
  11. Voin sveta82
    Voin sveta82 6 November 2012 11: 23
    +3
    As in that phrase - Tell me who your friend is and I’ll say who you are ..))) If the American friends are armed devils, merciless killers of women and children, the old people mean the United States of America - the same ..... no differences, times supports lawlessness in Syria ...
    1. Beck
      Beck 6 November 2012 11: 54
      -4
      There is a civil war. And such wars are the most merciless. From all sides they kill.
    2. igor67
      igor67 6 November 2012 13: 01
      +3
      Voin sveta82,
      I did not dare to write for a long time, but I see it. As they say, first you need to start with yourself, let’s remember Afghanistan, from the year 79 how many civilians died from the bombing of cities and aircraft. Maybe enough pees .... That is, lie to yourself, take an interest in real Afghan veterans, believe me, anyway, tell a damn. It’s unpleasant when then the boys came sparingly, but they told, and then everything, not because it’s impossible, but because, according to ideology, Russians can’t shoot at peaceful people. So in Syria the devil’s leg will break who there is who, there are clan clans . I condemn the war in any form and from any territory, I know what it is.
  12. Ghenxnumx
    Ghenxnumx 6 November 2012 11: 34
    +3
    in vain Syria handed over to France captured French instructors as part of the gangs - they showed off shooting interviews with who and where for what came to Syria - you look and there would be less rebels wink
  13. igor67
    igor67 6 November 2012 12: 28
    -6
    In Syria, Palestinian-born actor Muhammad Rafih (30) was killed. His assassins claimed to have dealt with him because he was a member of the Shabiha paramilitaries supporting President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

    Ma'an news agency reports that Muhammad Rafih became famous for his role in the TV series Bab al-Khara. His friends and relatives say that although he was a supporter of Assad, he never did anything other than acting.

    Rafih was kidnapped last Friday near the house in which he lived, in the metropolitan area of ​​Masaken Barzekh. The body was found in a day. Responsibility for the murder was claimed by the militants of one of the groups included in the Syrian opposition.

    The Palestinian terrorist organization Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command strongly condemned the murder of the actor. Strangely, relatives declare that he was only engaged in art. Elena, when you stop embellishing, only facts are possible, without beautiful
  14. Lucky
    Lucky 6 November 2012 13: 08
    +1
    Keep the Syrians true on your side, and who is right is stronger!
  15. tekinoral
    tekinoral 6 November 2012 14: 55
    -6
    Violence continues in Syria ... As a result of recent attacks by Assad’s forces, 165 people died, among them 25 children.

    Syrian fighters continue to bombard the cities of Idlib, Aleppo, Homs, Deraa, Hama and the capital of Damascus. The Syrian Supreme Revolutionary Council stated that Assad’s forces attacked 123 points with heavy artillery. During the bombing, women and children suffer, dozens of people are killed and injured. In Idlib, fierce clashes between the Free Syrian Army and Assad forces take place. Oppositionists said that as a result of the two-week clashes, an air force base and a significant amount of ammunition were seized in the city.
    1. Botanologist
      Botanologist 6 November 2012 20: 46
      +3
      Judging by the frequency of reports of rebel capture of Syrian air force bases, they have long gone in the second round. Such are the brave rebels.
  16. tekinoral
    tekinoral 6 November 2012 15: 49
    -6
    according to the latest data, 7 generals of the Syrian army fled to Turkey today
    1. Professor
      Professor 6 November 2012 16: 00
      0
      It is hard to believe that Assad had 7 generals of Sunni origin.
      1. tekinoral
        tekinoral 6 November 2012 16: 43
        -3
        A group of seven Syrian generals fled to Turkey on Tuesday. The military, deserting from the Syrian army, crossed the Syrian-Turkish border and asked Ankara to grant them refugee status, Turkish media reported.
        1. Professor
          Professor 6 November 2012 16: 51
          0
          We understand you. Why repeat it? am
  17. Cavas
    Cavas 6 November 2012 15: 57
    +4
    Quote: tekinoral
    according to the latest data, 7 generals of the Syrian army fled to Turkey today


    Wow someone to command the Turkish army! wassat
    1. tekinoral
      tekinoral 6 November 2012 16: 44
      0
      Turkey has enough generals
      1. Professor
        Professor 6 November 2012 16: 54
        -1
        I apologize for the offtopic, well, Turkish generals Erduan transplanted everyone.
        1. tekinoral
          tekinoral 6 November 2012 16: 58
          -2
          They planted mostly pensioners! So that they would not receive a pension smile
          1. mazdie
            mazdie 6 November 2012 21: 23
            +2
            It was necessary to shoot, why feed it, you like Muslims should respect the elders. request
  18. MichaelVl
    MichaelVl 6 November 2012 17: 32
    +5
    Now I’m watching news reports as the so-called “rebels” from the “Syrian people” execute at their own discretion anyone they want, releasing 1-2 horns from a machine gun into the corpses point-blank, all these screams of “alah akbar” are hysterical, posturing on video cameras, shouting, bustle, firing ... and I see no difference with the events in our Chechnya in the 90s. A bunch of international scum-mercenaries, creatures with shooters in their hands are doing lawlessness, destroying "dissent" and "infidels" for the fact that they support the current regime. And all this is supported by the "democratic" West, which declares that "Russia will reward and backfire for its position on Syria"! All schemes have been worked out and tested more than once and not in one state! It has nothing to do with the expression of the will of the Syrian people! The Syrian people are a victim who turned up on their way to establish Western influence.
    But all this for the time being! There can be no doubt, and no doubt that sooner or later such a policy will come back to haunt those who pursue it by such methods and means!
  19. Alone
    Alone 6 November 2012 19: 24
    +2
    Why can't Syria physically close the border with Turkey?
    1. Dimon Lviv
      Dimon Lviv 6 November 2012 23: 23
      +1
      Ankhar, even before she was abducted, said that it was very difficult to do because of the extremely difficult terrain, and that the military still blocked part of the paths - with mines, patrols ... But before there was no border there at all - so, on the map signs and gearbox on the road. It is difficult to create in a year what it was necessary to create a decade - fences, alarm systems, outposts and their support, communication, personnel trained to track. and intercepting intruders, and much more.
      1. Alone
        Alone 7 November 2012 15: 23
        0
        I see. Thank you for the answer.
  20. DIMS
    DIMS 6 November 2012 23: 35
    +3
    And I hate Australopithecus and their beliefs

    Than I violate the rules of the site "We strictly forbid racism, statements that can offend the religious feelings of people of other faiths"

    Damn, ban me ok. Otherwise, break your own rules "Insulting other visitors is considered one of the most serious violations in our country and is severely punished by the administration."

    I’ve hit vaf..a, I’ve hit it, damn it, it’s worth punishing me in the strictest way.
    1. Botanologist
      Botanologist 7 November 2012 00: 24
      0
      Vaf is not a girl, be patient. He gets carried away sometimes. Although I understand that he is a specialist in the Air Force to look for, and, apparently, a very informed source. As they say, "in business."
      So what? We are all human. I also bit him a couple of times. His opinion is his opinion, and it does not detract from my opinion.
  21. bask
    bask 6 November 2012 23: 53
    0
    Dims australopithecus everyone hates. The problem is what? And be careful with administrators. And then Fox and META have not been seen for a week. Who will? Funny from Internet ,,, the resignation of Serdyukov is the resignation of one separately taken louse from a shirt., Street ...........
  22. DIMS
    DIMS 7 November 2012 00: 40
    0
    And what does the admin have to do with it, they can't even ban me properly. The great "Waf" asked them to protect themselves from my swearing messages in a personal. And that's why
    "You don't have enough comments? Soon everyone will be able to turn off the ability to receive letters from anyone they do not want. For now, so."

    And I can write exclusively at the end of the branch
    Damn, maybe Vav is their sponsor? And that's why they will bother me, breaking their own Rules? Or maybe "Vav" is a fourteen year old girl? Did I swear at her?

    And the funny thing is, they think it's not a ban. And therefore I ask for a normal ban, because what is happening now is "treated" only by changing the login.

    Admins simply on the one hand have to fulfill the request of the Great, on the other hand, do not break the rules. So I give reasons.

    By the way, I used to think the wafa was just a daffodil, now it's crap. He does not look like the one who had at least one person subordinate.

    By the way, pay attention to the picture. Find differences from yours

    Dear "Botanologist" I personally am a burdock in aviation. I only know that you shouldn't rely on them. So I can put as many noodles on my ears as I want, but he does not know the second part of the BUSV, which he was obliged to study.

    Once I just freaked out from his phrase "... and now the battalion will become the main tactical unit." That's what Serdyukov is, right? But I apologize, wasn’t this written in the Doserdyukov BU?

    Well, his fucking lordship. "You minus" "You are plus". Like a caftan from a king's shoulder.

    Botanologist, I apologize, but my answer did not go to you