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Syrian "opposition" shoots demonstrations, schools and vegetable markets

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At one time, NATO countries smashed the United Nations and began to “establish a no-fly zone” in Libya on the grounds that the alleged Jamahiriya leader Muammar Al-Gaddafi shot demonstrations in Benghazi. How many cries were there on the topic that, they say, how undemocratic it is that the “dictator” is killing the people and it is necessary to stop him. Then the same “world community” (or rather, those who took upon themselves the right to speak on its behalf) began to shout the same thing about Syria and its president, Bashar Al-Assad. But the so-called "rebels" in these countries in the eyes of Western states and their media look like heroes and "fighters for democracy."

However, the alleged “shootings of demonstrators” in Libya are no longer remembered, because the actions of the victorious insurgents are absolutely real, and they were even felt by the US ambassador to Benghazi before dying. But about the shooting of "peaceful demonstrators" in Syria, no, no, yes, and remember, once again threatening the president of this country, and all of its people. And they pretend that they have no idea that “peaceful demonstrators” in Syria from the very beginning of the standoff already had weapon and let him go, killing soldiers, policemen, smashing state institutions.

But at the same time, the western “public” (more precisely, the usurpers of her voice) prefer to turn a blind eye to the shooting of truly peaceful demonstrations. This is done by those “democratic rebels” in the city of Aleppo. I have repeatedly had to write about it - on different streets and squares of the city, residents come out with anti-terrorist slogans. They require the militants to leave those areas of the city, where those have managed to penetrate. And each time, these "rebels for democracy" respond with fire on the crowd.

And on November 23 the same thing happened again. It was in the quarter of Al Marjah city of Aleppo. A demonstration gathered in which civilians demanded the withdrawal of terrorists from their area. The Fighters for Democracy responded as gangsters respond. A peaceful demonstration was shot. Killed child. Another 10 man, mostly women and children, were injured. There is no one to condemn this shooting of the demonstration - the Western media have gathered water in their mouths, and their owners are going to give the gunners more money - so that even more people will kill.

A few days earlier, gangsters in the same Aleppo fired residential buildings in the Ashfariya area and the Al-Ashfariya trading house with mortars. Only by a miracle no one was injured, but serious material damage was caused.

But the crime is more serious. In the same quarter of Al-Marjah, where the demonstration was shot, the terrorist group massacred. They did not please the family of one citizen - Abdel-Rahman Zhleylyati. 9 man is brutally murdered.

The next day, the surviving relatives and friends of the survivors were buried. But the “democrats” are the “democrats” to prevent the funeral from going humanely. The funeral procession was attacked. The militants opened fire on people and wounded several people.

In the peaceful city of Hasak, the “rebels” are also trying to carry their pseudo-revolutionary “values”. The bomb exploded near the building of the Central Bank. One girl died. Her mother is injured. In the same city, the terrorists damaged the cable and left almost 2 alone without communication thousands of people. And in the province of Hasakah in the village of Al-Shaddadi, a militant who wanted to blow up civilians, suffered a well-deserved punishment - he was blown up on his own bomb. But, unfortunately, he managed to cause material damage to several houses.

And in the city of Deir-ez-Zor, a member of the Union of Arab Writers Muhammad Rashid Ruweili was killed by bandits. The Syrian intelligentsia, cultural figures, scientists, engineers are constantly becoming the target of militants who seek to destroy famous people who have not betrayed their homeland. Here again this martyrology was added ...

The bloody orgy of the "rebels" continues in the Syrian capital. Terror attacks and atrocities occur every day.

On November 19, gangsters fired four mortar shells in the Mezze quarter. They damaged the hospital where they were treating premature babies and the Arab Cultural Center. Apparently, premature babies are also now "enemies of democracy."

On November 20, gunmen fired mortar shells at the building where the editorial office of one of the central Syrian newspapers, Al-Baath, is located. It's so "democratic" - to destroy unwanted editions! See, supporters of free speech!

21 November in the suburb of Damascus Dariey army inflicted good damage to terrorists and freed several dozen women and children, which the "rebels" used as human shields. But aspiring gangsters in impotent rage made pogroms and destroyed many shops. They did not even spare the mosque, in which atrocities were staged and ransacked.

November 22 was again fired from mortars in the Mezze area. An elderly woman was injured, her apartment was destroyed. Another projectile hit the school, in the classroom, where the children were peaceful, a hole was formed.

On the same day two more terrorist acts were committed. A car was blown up in the Barz area, under the bottom of which an explosive device was installed. The owner of the car was lost and the set of cars standing nearby was damaged.

Militants in the Tadamun area killed in cold blood the journalist, Syrian television worker Basel Taufik Yusef. Then, just as calmly, they reported in social networks that “another Assad supporter was eliminated” ...

Is that November 23 was the day without the terrorist attacks in the capital - the militants compensated for this by shooting a demonstration in Aleppo and the separation of "democracy" in Hasaka ...
November 24 - Palestinian Yarmuk refugee camp again suffered. An 4 man was killed in a car bomb blast. Wounded one of the leaders of the camp. This was another act of revenge for the fact that the majority of Palestinian refugees support the legitimate government of Syria and do not want the fraternal Syrian and Palestinian peoples to exterminate each other and force them to kill each other.

On the same day, in the Syrian city of Erich, gangsters began indiscriminately shooting at the vegetable market, where there were a lot of people. One of the women was killed. Hurt her son.

Writers, journalists, demonstrators, refugees and just peaceful people who go to the market or to the mosque, go outside or just sit at home - everyone and everyone can become victims of the brutal "fighters for democracy". Hospital, school, parking - everything interferes with the "rebels", any object can be their target ...

Only the prowess of each and everyone, only the solidarity of the people around the leadership, only loyalty to the Motherland in the hearts of honest people — that can be opposed to this inhuman "democratization."

Syrian Interior Minister Muhammad Al-Shaar talked about this when speaking at the graduation ceremony for future police officers. Let me remind you that Al-Shaar himself only miraculously survived after the monstrous, insidious terrorist act in Damascus on July 18 when many leaders of the army and law enforcement agencies were killed.

Syria is stronger than all the terrorists and conspirators confronting it, he said, more than all those who support the bandits and wish to seize the region’s wealth. The fatherland will definitely emerge from the crisis as a winner and will become even stronger than before. It is only necessary to be worthy of the memory of the heroes-martyrs who gave their lives in the struggle for the Motherland.

Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad received in Iran's capital a distinguished guest from Iran, the head of parliament, Ali Larijani. The President thanked Iran for supporting Syria and for its position against the aggression of the West in the region. In addition to the situation in Syria, the meeting also discussed the issue of the recent barbaric aggression of Israel against the Gaza Strip. Larijani stressed that Bashar Al-Asad, like his father, the distinguished president Hafez Al-Assad, always supported the Palestinians, while others were afraid to say at least one word in support of this people. In particular, for such a position, the enemies are now punishing Syria, trying to strangle her with sanctions and assisting the militants.

Syrian President praised the contribution of Tehran to the establishment of a national dialogue between the Syrians (I remind you - recently a national dialogue conference was held in Iran, in which representatives of the Syrian government and constructive opposition took part). President Bashar Al-Assad said that Syria is committed to the success of the dialogue that has begun, and at the same time will continue to fight terrorism, which is aimed not only against it, but also against the entire Middle Eastern region.

And in one of the villages of the province of Homs, the city administration building was decorated with a huge Syrian state flag. The ceremony was attended by the secretary of the local cell of the Arab Socialist Renaissance Party, community, religious figures and people from the arts.
So let this flag always fly over Syria, not broken by terror, threats or sanctions!
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  1. Sakhalininsk
    Sakhalininsk 27 November 2012 08: 33
    +16
    Thanks Elena.
    You, as always, well describe the true face of the advocates of the formation of crap according to the State Department scenario.
    1. captain dvv
      captain dvv 27 November 2012 10: 05
      -18
      You need to understand that there is a civil war. Separation on the basis of confessionality is the Salafis against the Sunnis and, as always on the sidelines, the Kurds watch with interest. Talking with the Syrians personally you will learn a lot of interesting things. It is very interesting to listen to those who defend Assad. For example, the fact that there was a ban on taking government posts in the army and police for Sunnis. Sunnis by the way is the main population in Syria. And what Assad’s relatives did about twenty years ago with their subjects was better not to tell at night.
      It is not possible to fight with government forces for more than a year without local support. This will tell you any military involved in such companies
      1. Pacifist
        Pacifist 27 November 2012 10: 17
        +16
        It's a lie. This is not a civil war, but an externally financed intervention and interference in the internal affairs of the state. The attempt to present the situation in Syria as a civil war is outright disinformation. Fighting, if you have replenishment and weapons, you can with any government and any time you want, so the second statement is also an attempt to distort the situation. The whole question is only about resources, financial and human, and the possibility of projecting these resources into a certain territory. This is exactly what is observed in Syria, cheap, brainless material is ready for loot under a religious sauce to cut the throats of anyone, in the demography of the Middle East and educational level, wagons. Money "well-wishers" too. Organizational support, logistics and supply are put on stream by the best SAS specialists and others like them. Roskazny about tyrant Assad, leave for hamburger eaters and liberals like Hlanda. "World rulers" from "democratic" countries are covered in blood and soiled in war crimes even more than the rulers of the East.
        1. 1st_user
          1st_user 27 November 2012 18: 04
          +2
          That's right. I will add: the difference is that if the West used to fight with the hands of another state, now it is fighting simply with the wrong hands in the literal sense of the word. Construction - to migrant workers, war - to hired bandits! Apparently, such a slogan is now relevant in the west.
        2. mda
          mda 27 November 2012 18: 20
          +2
          Quote: Pacifist
          It's a lie. This is not a civil war, but an externally financed intervention and interference in the internal affairs of the state. The attempt to present the situation in Syria as a civil war is outright disinformation. Fighting, if you have replenishment and weapons, you can with any government and any time you want, so the second statement is also an attempt to distort the situation. The whole question is only about resources, financial and human, and the possibility of projecting these resources into a certain territory. This is exactly what is observed in Syria, cheap, brainless material is ready for loot under a religious sauce to cut the throats of anyone, in the demography of the Middle East and educational level, wagons. Money "well-wishers" too. Organizational support, logistics and supply are put on stream by the best SAS specialists and others like them. Roskazny about tyrant Assad, leave for hamburger eaters and liberals like Hlanda. "World rulers" from "democratic" countries are covered in blood and soiled in war crimes even more than the rulers of the East.

          You are completely right good good good good good good good good
        3. captain dvv
          captain dvv 27 November 2012 20: 25
          +1
          Fighting without the support of the population against the army is possible only through sabotage. Jumped up - destroyed - left. Special tactics units of all the armies of the world. It is not possible to keep the cities for a significant period of time in this case for 6 months in Allepo without the support of the population.

          In this case, the state of Syria no longer exists.

          Under the most optimistic scenario for Assad, he will be able to keep Latakia with a predominantly Alawite population. Then after 2 years they will be extradited to The Hague as Milosevic.

          The most realistic - ends up like Gaddafi. Syria will break up on a confessional basis

          The pessimistic scenario is that the Sunnis will slaughter the Alawites and establish a unitary Sunni state.

          With all the scenarios for the development of the country, Syria as it was already gone.
          1. orfo
            orfo 29 November 2012 00: 23
            0
            Nobody canceled the threat of murder in case of refusal to fight. Syria is no longer so, thanks to Turkey, I hope that in case of the end of such a state, the neighbors who helped to dig out will get it.
        4. orfo
          orfo 29 November 2012 00: 21
          0
          I was always surprised at the "patriotic" video in which, in addition to the local aborigines (they seem to be holding weapons for the first time, or it just seems that way), stands and calmly commands which thread Abu *** in black clothes (sometimes shaved, Turks?) Panama, "arafatka" and tell the local how and when to shoot. A crowd of morons stands next to the instructor, waiting for the AK to be released.
      2. vagabo
        vagabo 27 November 2012 10: 59
        +11
        In fact, the Salafis are a radical trend precisely in the Sunni branch of Islam. And Assad relies on the Alawites. About half of the Sunnis in Syria, if not mistaken. The rest are minorities, including and Christians, of whom there are many.
        But to pretend that what is happening in Syria - just a civil war - is completely wrong. Insolent blatant aggression based on local and hired terrorist groups will be more accurate.
        1. captain dvv
          captain dvv 27 November 2012 17: 56
          -2
          Thanks corrected correctly. At the expense of the essence of the matter, two local Arabs from Syria, not CNN or Channel One, told me the situation.
      3. The gentleman
        The gentleman 27 November 2012 11: 00
        +8
        Well, you can see right away where the man is. What other civil war are you talking about? in Kyrgyzstan there was a real civil war on a national basis. but in Syria, where it was always quiet and calm, do you think the civil war suddenly started? Don’t say stupid things.
        1. Tourist Breakfast
          Tourist Breakfast 27 November 2012 15: 44
          -4
          but in Syria, where it was always quiet and calm, do you think the civil war suddenly started?

          Was it "always quiet and calm"?

          The Hama massacre is the tragic events of February 1982, when the Syrian army was bombed and then stormed the city of Hama in order to crush the Islamist uprising led by the Muslim Brotherhood. According to various estimates, from 17 to 000 people were killed (including 40 soldiers) [000], significant areas of the old city were destroyed.
          1. The gentleman
            The gentleman 27 November 2012 17: 05
            +2
            let's not talk about sorties, but those who have different religions, but at the same time do not impose on anyone. agree, because in Syria Muslims and Christians live quietly in the neighborhood
            1. Tourist Breakfast
              Tourist Breakfast 27 November 2012 17: 35
              -4
              The problem is not the presence of various faiths, but the impossibility of a bloodless change of power under the existing regime. Papa Bashar, Hafez al-Assad, came to power as a result of a military coup and this was not the first coup. By the way, Sibling Rifaat Assad also organized a putsch and tried to throw off Hafez in 1984, but failed.
          2. 1st_user
            1st_user 27 November 2012 18: 13
            +2
            The Hama massacre is the tragic events of February 1982, when the Syrian army was bombed and then stormed the city of Hama in order to suppress the Islamist uprising led by the Muslim Brotherhood

            Doesn't it look like anything? And why, in the light of recent events, is it often heard about "Muslim brothers"?
        2. captain dvv
          captain dvv 27 November 2012 19: 21
          -2
          The truth who blew whom you will never know since inf. war is now no less important part of a conventional war. Take the comp. and fill in the Sunnis and Alawites and then draw a map and mark where the main clashes take place. It turns out that the main hostilities take place in the districts where the Sunni majority lives. Whoever heard of the real fighting in Latakia, where the Alawites live in the majority?


          Wikipedia

          Alawites in the twentieth century

          Secularly oriented leadership Alavitsk The truth is who blew up whom you will never know since inf. war is now no less important part of a conventional war. Take the comp. and fill in the Sunnis and Alafites and then draw a map and mark where the main clashes take place. It turns out that the main hostilities take place in the districts where the Sunni majority lives. Whoever heard of the real hostilities in Latakia, where the majority of Alafites of their communities live in Turkey and Syria during the XNUMXth century, as a rule, supported the secularization of society and civil equality, regardless of confessional affiliation.

          In Syria, which was under the French mandate of the League of Nations, in August 1920 an “autonomous Alawite territory” was created with its capital in Latakia, declared June 12, 1922 as the “Alawite State”. This state had its own flag: white with a yellow sun in the middle and four red corners. Its population was 278 thousand people, of which 176 thousand were Alawites. In 1930 it was renamed to “Sanjak Latakia”.

          After a Syrian national uprising, the Alawite State was annexed to Syria on December 5, 1936, and, based on the legal system of the French mandate in Lebanon, the leading sheikhs of the Alawite tribes adopted a number of declarations on the unconditional belonging of Alawism to Shiite Islam (the first such declaration was made in July 1936).

          In 1970, Alawit Hafez al-Assad carried out a military coup and became president of Syria. Since among the Syrian population Ottomans, French, and British fanned intense anti-Alavian sentiments [source not specified 255 days], this caused dissatisfaction of many Muslims, Christians and Jews, who indicated that only a Muslim could be President of Syria by constitution. In 1973, the imams of Shiite twenties adopted a fatwa that the legal rules of relations between Shiites apply to the Alawites, which meant the official recognition of the Alawites by Muslims (the course of Shiism). This temporarily increased the discontent of the Sunnis in Syria, which became the banner of opposition to the secular-Alavite regime and led to an armed uprising in the city of Hama, accompanied by massacres, in particular of the majority of cadets of the artillery school. The Alawite leadership, suppressing the uprising, used chemical weapons against the civilian population. Up to 40 thousand civilians were destroyed [3] by government forces.

          Currently, there is a process of gradual rapprochement between the Alawites and the Shiites, the twenties, who make up the vast majority of Shiites in the world. This process was initiated by Hafez al-Assad and continues under his son Bashar against the backdrop of the military-political rapprochement of the Alawite regime of Syria with the Shiite regime of Iran. Mosques are being built in Alavite villages, Alawites observe Ramadan and other Muslim rites.
      4. Dimon Lviv
        Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 12: 03
        +6
        What in the civil war, Captain, do thousands of citizens of other states fighting on the side of the rebels? Why they are constantly supplied with money. weapons, ammunition?

        After all this, is it possible to call this war "civil", or is it still an undeclared intervention?
        1. Sergh
          Sergh 27 November 2012 15: 21
          +6
          Quote: captain dvv
          You need to understand that there is a civil war

          Yes, you are a young man with difficulty understanding the principle of the Civil War. I do not want to go into polemics, but gross foreign interference in civilian ... is not like.
          Dima, of course, is better to skip, gored, then more solid.

          1. captain dvv
            captain dvv 28 November 2012 04: 53
            -2
            We take a history textbook. We are looking for a civil war in Spain. Then we find about international brigades where, by the way, our grandfathers managed to fight. And then we think why historians call that war a civil war, and the first channel means the situation in Syria as a fight against rebels. And in this and that case there is a wide participation of external forces.
            Civil war is when the inhabitants of one country destroy each other.
            Everything else is not that important.
      5. 1st_user
        1st_user 27 November 2012 17: 59
        +4
        Money can do everything, and huge amounts of money from the US State Department, as well as Middle Eastern monarchies - that's all.
        It is not possible to fight with government forces for more than a year without local support.

        And the same can be said about the government’s troops themselves: it’s impossible for more than a year to fight a population that is completely against the government.

        And now about the saddest thing: you read the reports of Elena Gromova, and each time it’s hard because you can’t help with anything, What can I do in this case, a simple citizen of the Russian Federation? ((
        1. Beck
          Beck 27 November 2012 19: 06
          -5
          Quote: 1st_user
          And now about the saddest thing: you read the reports of Elena Gromova, and each time it’s hard because you can’t help with anything, What can I do in this case, a simple citizen of the Russian Federation?


          A simple citizen, of course, cannot do much. But it can do something. The first is to stop reading Gromova’s reports blindly, but to read critically. Make your analysis of the situation and come to your opinion, and not festively pathos, thunderous. It will already be something.
          1. 1st_user
            1st_user 27 November 2012 19: 37
            +3
            I try to be critical, but the facts remain facts. And situations like Syria have been in the world more than once. Take Chechnya at least in the 90s. What, just so there the war began then what?
            And yet, comrade Beck, post a link to any materials that refute the information provided by Elena Gromova. In this situation, it would be very useful.
        2. captain dvv
          captain dvv 27 November 2012 20: 39
          -3
          And the same can be said about the government’s troops themselves: it’s impossible for more than a year to fight a population that is completely against the government.

          You are absolutely right. Part of the population supports the army. Another part supports the rebels. Civil war you know.
          1. Dimon Lviv
            Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 23: 29
            +3
            The problem is that the part of the population that supports the SSA is mainly the population of Turkey, the USA, Qatar ...
            In Syria itself, the support of the SSA is not so great.
      6. Mujahiddin777
        Mujahiddin777 28 November 2012 07: 17
        +3
        You are immediately visible from "these"! Or you, too, were shown "sad" scenes of how the opposition is fighting in Syria, they say they are good, but they are being killed ... poor things! All to collect and in the MEAT GRINDER !!! am
        Syrian army good luck! May the Almighty help you, because you are fighting for your homeland, for children and wives, for mothers and fathers ...
    2. Rustam
      Rustam 27 November 2012 23: 55
      -1
      everything is clear about the opposition - Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar help them and the apmiya of mercenaries does not decrease

      the question remains where do they get the latest Russian systems
      example
      Igla-s rockets
      guns OSV-96 and so on

      here on the video the use of Igla-s rockets
      1. Y34Gagarin
        Y34Gagarin 28 November 2012 04: 01
        +1
        How from where - hired "liberators" took with them from Libya
  2. Edya
    Edya 27 November 2012 08: 41
    +6
    This situation reveals the whole true nature of the United States and NATO members the most powerful weapon is information and the Western media use it current for their own purposes so INTO friends American democracy is just the word `` Democracy '' these are the same Nazis ..... People suffer and they would leash oil and power to get more
    1. Samovar
      Samovar 27 November 2012 09: 11
      +10
      Quote: Eddy
      People suffer and they would be deprived of oil and power for more

      This is called capitalism. Although I call it the golden path to Hell. am
  3. The gentleman
    The gentleman 27 November 2012 11: 02
    +4
    it's a pity that having a real picture in front of your eyes, no one can really help Syria, unfortunately. to some extent I draw an analogy when people wanted to live peacefully and calmly in Cheche, but real militants came who just needed to work out their money, so the same in Syria. But as that Libya shows, no one can stop "democracy"
  4. IlyaKuv
    IlyaKuv 27 November 2012 11: 10
    +3
    This is the same opposition as if the Americans attacked Russia and began to claim that they are from the people and act in their interests. It would be dangerous to help the Syrians ...
  5. tekinoral
    tekinoral 27 November 2012 11: 14
    -13
    Bloody battles between the government forces and the opposition forces of the Syrian Free Army continue in Syria. On November 27, Bashar al-Assad forces bombed a hospital in Aleppo (Aleppo), one of the most ancient cities in the world.


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    1. Dimon Lviv
      Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 12: 08
      +9
      But nothing that the hospital was actually blown up by the Syrian terrorists from the opposition?
      You, supporters of rats, remember, with the same fervor, you claimed that government troops were killed in Hula, not rebels, and after the events in Tremseh, you also tried to blame the government for the massacre, although it was the government forces that repelled the attack of the SSA against the village!
      1. tekinoral
        tekinoral 27 November 2012 18: 00
        -7
        While the West is increasingly talking about the need to introduce a no-fly zone over Syria, the Syrian opposition spread the message that government air forces staged an air raid on the village of Deir al-Asafir, 12 kilometers from Damascus, which killed 10 children.

        The children walked on the street when suddenly an air raid was made on the village. The oldest of the dead children was 15 years old. Residents unanimously claim that at the time of the raid there were no opposition fighters in the village, they had left it earlier. Airplanes during the bombing, eyewitnesses say, used cluster bombs. According to them, the residents after the raid collected about 70 small unexploded bombs, Interfax reports.

        Earlier, the Syrian authorities denied reports that they were using cluster bombs, saying that they were not in service with government forces. The authorities have not yet commented on the message about the raid on the village and the casualties among the population.

        Meanwhile, the rebels captured a military airfield 15 kilometers from Damascus. Oppositionists attacked the base the day before. The militants destroyed two helicopters of government troops. There are reports of clashes from different cities of the country. According to the UN Human Rights Committee, over 100 people have died in Syria over the past day. And from the beginning of the conflict, tens of thousands have already been counted by the victims.


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        1. aksakal
          aksakal 27 November 2012 18: 35
          +4
          Quote: tekinoral
          While the West is increasingly talking about the need to introduce a no-fly zone over Syria, the Syrian opposition spread the message that government air forces staged an air raid on the village of Deir al-Asafir, 12 kilometers from Damascus, which killed 10 children.
          - bullshit. Minus, but just like that, I wanted
          1. tekinoral
            tekinoral 27 November 2012 19: 31
            -5
            Quote: aksakal
            bullshit. Minus, but just like that, I wanted

            There are a lot of things the Assad people do there, but you don’t want to know whether it’s not profitable for you, sometimes ask Elena Gromova about SHABIAH, too, who ask the big question: what normal ruler can bomb their cities with airplanes other than Assad?
            and you minus aksakal
    2. Oleg Rosskiyy
      Oleg Rosskiyy 27 November 2012 21: 31
      +2
      tekinoral,
      Quote: tekinoral
      On November 22, Bashar al-Assad forces bombed a hospital in the city of Aleppo (Aleppo),

      After the US-supported gangster’s stay in Syria, there’s basically nothing to destroy, everything has already been done by NATO thugs.
  6. Cavas
    Cavas 27 November 2012 11: 23
    +10
    The agency SANA received a document confirming Qatar’s involvement in the anti-Syrian disinformation campaign, in the formation of negative public opinion regarding Syria and its role in the region.
    The text of the document reveals that Qatar pays thousands of dollars every month to a number of publicists living in Russia for the operation of the website, which publishes slanderous reports about what is happening in the SAR.


    A letter sent by the Chairman of the Committee in Support of the Syrian Revolution, Mahmoud Al-Hamza, to the Ambassador of Qatar in Moscow, Ahmad Seyf Al-Maadadi, contains a list of persons recruited by Qatar for anti-Syrian propaganda, and indicates the amounts paid to each of them by the Qatari government in accordance with its functions .


    The following surnames are included in the statement dated January 10, 2012: Mahmoud Al-Hamza, Bassam Al-Bunni, Osama Al-Halaby, Nasser Al-Yousef, Omar Al-Shaar, Raed Jabr, Mazen Abbas, Igor Shatrov, Olesya Hakobyan , Andrey Vechor-Shirevich, Sergey Andrievich.
  7. igor67
    igor67 27 November 2012 11: 43
    -12
    Syrian bomber dropped a bomb on children in a sandbox
    27.11 04: 43 MIGnews.com

    Syrian pro-government bomber dropped a cluster bomb on a playground in the village of Deir al-Asafir, which is controlled by rebels, TSN reports.

    According to the BBC, in addition to the dead 10 children, 15 more adults were seriously injured as they passed the site. "All of these children are under 15 years old. There were no older ones among them," said Abu Qassem, a supporter of the Syrian opposition.

    Rebels accused Bashar al-Assad's supporters of excessive brutality over the use of cluster bombs. In turn, the official authorities have not yet commented on the bombing of the sandbox.

    In the meantime, armed clashes between the Syrian army and the rebels continue near Damascus. The opposition managed to capture the air base.
    1. Dimon Lviv
      Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 12: 10
      +7
      Another lie from the SSA.
      1. Cavas
        Cavas 27 November 2012 12: 14
        +8
        Quote: Dimon Lviv
        Another lie from the SSA.

        Jews forget how many children they killed with their airstrikes.
        Quote: Cavas
        The following surnames are included in the statement dated January 10, 2012: Mahmoud Al-Hamza, Bassam Al-Bunni, Osama Al-Halaby, Nasser Al-Yousef, Omar Al-Shaar, Raed Jabr, Mazen Abbas, Igor Shatrov, Olesya Hakobyan , Andrey Vechor-Shirevich, Sergey Andrievich.

        In this statement you must include and igor67 from the site http://topwar.ru !
        1. igor67
          igor67 27 November 2012 12: 30
          -5
          Cavas,
          And this is rudeness, it’s weak to be objective!

          Cavas,
          What the fuck ... I didn’t like it, but you thought about my children, code 2006 Assad rockets filed, then we did not have an iron dome, and all the rockets fell on the city. Too inert fighter, sign up for jihad
          1. Dimon Lviv
            Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 12: 31
            +6
            Igor, here you have posted another lying nonsense from the SSA, which indicates your sympathy for the cause of the Syrian terrorists. But explain, what do you really think if you, a citizen of a country that has killed dozens of children, hundreds of civilians in your occupied country, have a moral right to condemn the actions of others in the fight against terrorists?

            And - let's make you think about the authenticity of this duck. Why spend expensive bombs, risk a fighter to bomb some kind of sandbox? Why did the children in Syria continue to play during the bombing?
            Is it not more logical to assume in the incident the next provocation of the Syrian terrorists you support, with the aim of slandering the Assad government? After all, SSA has repeatedly come across this kind of crime!
            1. igor67
              igor67 27 November 2012 12: 36
              -6
              Dimon Lviv,
              I posted what is written, how do I know that this cavas writes the truth, he also draws information from an Internet, for this I wrote that you need to be objective, they are all good there, Assad contained both Hamas and Hezbollah, with which they paid him ? Slaughterhouse. Conclusion: Do not dig another hole, otherwise you will fall into it yourself
            2. igor67
              igor67 27 November 2012 13: 02
              -3
              Dimon Lviv,
              it is already necessary to determine for whom you are. if for poor Hamasites. who now carried out the massacre in Syria with the money of Qatar. Or for the Syrians who killed these mercenaries. It turns out if Israel beats Hamas badly. And if Assad is a good weird logic. Hezbola and Hamas also enter the SSA ..
              1. Dimon Lviv
                Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 15: 27
                +3
                Igor, I do not approve of the Hamasites, as well as the Jews - both sides are wrong, although the Jews, in my opinion, are more wrong than the Palestinians.
                Can you bring at least ONE my koment in which I defended the Hamasists? I have always condemned the killing of civilians by Jews, if you have forgotten.
                1. igor67
                  igor67 27 November 2012 15: 36
                  -3
                  Dimon Lviv,
                  Dmitry any war is grief, the only country in the world, Israel in half an hour. Before the bombardment, it scatters leaflets and phones residents about the approaching bombardment, you can find the video on YouTube, I just run away to work when attacking underground weapons depots, again there is a video, the missiles were detonated in different places, most likely under residential houses where they, the Hamasites, and hide their arsenals, for me they kill ... Ki. Because, if jihad was declared to Israel, then fight and do not hide weapons under apartment houses and mosques and schools
          2. Cavas
            Cavas 27 November 2012 12: 44
            +6
            Quote: igor67
            And this is rudeness, it’s weak to be objective!

            This is not rudeness, this is life!
            As soon as you start to present the Jew to the nose ....., a cry starts --- you are anti-Semite, etc.
            The entire site was tortured with their "smart" and propaganda slogans.
            Quote: igor67
            What the fuck ... I didn't like

            I lie to your drum.
            Quote: igor67
            and you thought about my children

            Aren't you able? To help? laughing

            Quote: igor67
            then we did not have an iron dome

            Your dome is suitable for rusty carbide pipes! laughing

            Quote: igor67
            Too inert fighter, sign up for jihad

            Slurred speech, that hands trembled when he wrote?
            BoySy is you with us, the best army in the world in a war against an unarmed population! laughing
            And I don’t say anything about Mossad, the terrorists die with laughter .... and not from an assault ....
            By the way, to me your minuses to the bulb, minus further (minus from the Jew, goes for plus laughing ), it’s a pity that I didn’t consider it in you before .... I’m very sorry.
            1. igor67
              igor67 27 November 2012 12: 51
              -4
              Cavas,
              and so you get a trick from the Ukrainian living here. from the adequate one. I shit on the mossad and on your children's komenty. for me the main thing is LIFE OF MY CHILDREN. minus plus. the tic tac toe has rolled hi
              1. Vanek
                Vanek 27 November 2012 12: 58
                +2
                Guys, kids, don't get involved in your showdown.

                Regards, Ivan.
                1. igor67
                  igor67 27 November 2012 13: 11
                  0
                  Vanek,
                  got hot. I apologize to members of the forum drinks
                  1. Vanek
                    Vanek 27 November 2012 13: 16
                    +1
                    Quote: igor67
                    got hot


                    It happens drinks
              2. omsbon
                omsbon 27 November 2012 13: 14
                +2
                Quote: igor67
                and so you get a ushlepok minus from the Ukrainian living here.

                My dear!
                Do you want to argue, please, no one is against, why should you call names?
                Tell me, what is your flag, I can’t understand?
                1. igor67
                  igor67 27 November 2012 13: 17
                  -6
                  omsbon,
                  Slurred speech, that hands trembled when he wrote?
                  BoySy is you with us, the best army in the world in a war against an unarmed population! AND THIS FOR YOUR WHAT?
                  1. Cavas
                    Cavas 27 November 2012 13: 46
                    +3
                    Quote: igor67
                    AND THIS FOR YOUR WHAT?

                    This is the answer to your "adequacy", mind you, in a soft form, without a mat and insults! request
              3. Cavas
                Cavas 27 November 2012 13: 42
                +3
                Quote: igor67
                and so you get a trick from the Ukrainian living here. from adequate

                Look at your adequacy. I quote:
                Quote: igor67
                What the fuck ... I didn't like

                Quote: igor67
                Too inert fighter

                Quote: igor67
                so here's a trick

                Notice a single rude word on my part!
                Now think, are you adequate, a Ukrainian from Israel? wassat
                1. igor67
                  igor67 27 November 2012 14: 37
                  -2
                  Cavas,
                  Igor67 from the site http://topwar.ru must be included in this statement! ?????? what do you think? Yes, I got furious the first time, because I didn’t expect this from you either, I apologize and you
                  1. Cavas
                    Cavas 27 November 2012 14: 52
                    +4
                    Quote: igor67
                    I apologize to you too

                    Accepted and understood! hi

                    And now I have a question for you.
                    How to understand this?
                    There is reason to believe that some of the Israeli Bedouins collaborated with the enemy during Operation Cloud Pillar, according to the port of NRG-Maariv. Some of them revolved around military bases and places of gathering of reservists, and could transmit information to terrorists in real time.

                    The IDF suspects that during the operation the Bedouins informed the militants in Gaza about the location of populated areas, army bases and similar "targets", helping them to more accurately direct missiles. It is known that the Bedouins entered the territories declared a closed military zone.


                    Do not you think that this witch-hunt, I could be wrong in my opinions!
                    1. igor67
                      igor67 27 November 2012 15: 24
                      -2
                      Cavas,
                      You know who the gypsies are, let them. They ask me, here the Bedouins are the same, they graze in the south near military units and steal everything that is bad, two years ago they stole target tanks from the landfill, recently they caught Bedouins, they stole aviation gasoline, I worked with the Bedouins, basically working, but they live in clans and are at war among themselves, next to two villages are the Bedouin villages of Tuba and Zangaria, two clans, are fighting among themselves with the use of weapons, the weapons were stolen from a nearby military unit, the soldiers are forbidden to shoot?, and two years ago. Once the police station was bombed, again the weapons were used against each other
                      1. Cavas
                        Cavas 27 November 2012 15: 36
                        +1
                        Quote: igor67
                        Do you know who gypsies are

                        Now it is clear.
                        ATP drinks
        2. Oleg Rosskiyy
          Oleg Rosskiyy 28 November 2012 23: 59
          0
          Quote: Cavas
          Jews forget how many children they killed with their airstrikes

          Why publish your own real atrocities for today's pseudo-Jews, when you can untwist far-fetched strangers.
    2. The gentleman
      The gentleman 27 November 2012 17: 09
      +2
      it’s interesting, is it normal when terrorists or the so-called rebels, walking along the streets, killing civilians, hiding behind them, talking about some kind of brutality of the army? Let's just imagine that someone came to your street and beat your loved one. you will never talk about tolerance ... and stop throwing here information that cannot correspond to reality
  8. tekinoral
    tekinoral 27 November 2012 12: 40
    +2
    Damascus gives the UN Security Council a list of names of 143 foreigners killed in Syria

    According to a letter signed by the Permanent Representative of Syria to the UN, Bashar Jafari, which was at the disposal of journalists, among the liquidated militants are citizens of almost 20 countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Qatar, Kuwait, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, and Chad. The list contains the names of Chechens and Palestinians who fought on the side of the opposition, ITAR-TASS reports.

    and you all say that only mercenaries fight there, and only about 150 foreigners were killed
    1. Professor
      Professor 27 November 2012 13: 25
      -4
      Yes, quit. Hundreds of thousands of mercenaries are fighting there, only they are bulletproof. This is a no brainer. wink
      1. Dimon Lviv
        Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 15: 31
        +5
        No, the Syrians are also fighting there. But the question is - what are the mercenaries from a dozen other states doing among them? Probably, they are trying to portray the "Syrian people"))))
    2. Beck
      Beck 27 November 2012 14: 40
      -2
      Damascus gave the UN Security Council a list of the names of 143 foreigners killed in Syria.

      Yeah. According to Gromova, only mercenaries, thousands of mercenaries are fighting all over the place, and only 143 were killed.

      143 of the 30 thousand killed in Syria in 000 years. Well, let it be a figure ten times larger, these are the mercenaries who died without documents. These are 1,5 mercenaries.

      The remaining 28 killed are WHO?

      Is it really all Assad soldiers, all 28 thousand. How do they fight if such a loss ratio? 1430 to 28 570.

      Or 28 thousand are aliens? Do not laugh forum users, according to Gromova, in Syria, however, the people do not fight against Assad.

      Resume, but no resume. The question remains open. Only one thing is known, that 1430 mercenaries died in Syria. And who the remaining 28 570 killed are to be found out by the UN special commission. These are either Assad military personnel, or aliens, the third is not given.
      1. Professor
        Professor 27 November 2012 14: 47
        -5
        Let's clarify. Identified 143 citizen of other countries. Of course, there are an order of magnitude more living such wanderings, but no one has yet proven that they were mercenaries. They could well have been volunteers and fought with the Assad regime for purely ideological rather than material reasons. I have no doubt that there are also paid elements, but their voiced number is sucked from the finger. For example, in Chechnya, the federals have repeatedly captured the payrolls of foreign mercenaries, but here is one idle talk.
        1. Dimon Lviv
          Dimon Lviv 27 November 2012 22: 17
          +2
          Even if they are there voluntarily, the mere fact of the presence in Syria of armed citizens of other states proves the fact of undeclared intervention against Syria by members of illegal armed gangs such as the SSA.
          1. Karish
            Karish 27 November 2012 22: 25
            -1
            Quote: Dimon Lviv
            then one fact of the presence in Syria of armed citizens of other states proves the fact of undeclared intervention against Syria by members of illegal armed gangs such as the SSA.

            In general, illegal military formations have an ancient history. The Cubans were especially distinguished in this with their inter-brigades. They fought in half of Africa and almost throughout Latin America, of course against a legitimate government. What did comrade Che in Bolivia do?
            I do not whitewash these scumbags fighting in Syria, it’s just true that it happens and is not pleasant.
    3. Arkan
      Arkan 28 November 2012 15: 33
      +2
      tekinoral,
      This list includes only those whose citizenship is not in doubt. Not all militants have documents with them. laughing
  9. vagabo
    vagabo 27 November 2012 13: 25
    +3
    Well, porridge in some posts! Hamas and Hezbollah as organizations are not directly related to current events in Syria! Campaign still can not decide who they are, but at least they do not climb there.
    1. Beck
      Beck 27 November 2012 14: 49
      -3
      They don’t have it right now.
      1. vagabo
        vagabo 27 November 2012 16: 34
        +2
        Well, you look at the map. Hamas is locked in Gaza. He has his mouth full of worries. And how can he reach the Syrian borders through Israeli territory, and crawl through the Golan Heights? Hezbollah is generally a Shiite organization that maintains close ties with Iran. Do you need to explain further? request
        And the real sponsors of aggression against Syria are hiding in the shadows.
        1. Karish
          Karish 27 November 2012 23: 40
          -4
          Quote: vagabo
          Well, you look at the map. Hamas is locked in Gaza. He has his mouth full of worries. And how can he reach the Syrian borders through Israeli territory, and crawl through the Golan Heights? Hezbollah is generally a Shiite organization that maintains close ties with Iran. Do you need to explain further?

          Amazing not knowing both the question and the subject
    2. panda
      panda 27 November 2012 21: 09
      0
      Hezbollah as organizations are not directly related to current events in Syria!
      Why are you lying, 1 lie) there are hezbollons there in Syria, they are dressed in black and raspberry berets, they had great losses of commanders the other day, and how many Iranian bandits are fighting there and were killed why no one counted?
      2 lies) Hamas has been determined for a long time, he is on the side of the SSA, hezbollah remained on the side of Assad. Well, as one of the members of the hezbollah, naturally speaking on conditions of complete anonymity, notes in the hezbollah there are enough those who believe that the organization has returned all the debts to Damascus. “We don’t think that Assad owes anything. We did the dirty work for him, but everything comes to an end. We must not jeopardize ourselves, ”he said. Another senior member of the Hezbollah argues that the Hezbollah "must participate in a peaceful settlement in Syria, but not assume that Assad will remain."
      According to opponents of al-Assad, the very existence of the organization depends on how soon hezbollah ceases to support the Syrian regime and begins negotiations with those who will replace al-Assad. “Both in the party and in Iran there is an opinion that ... it is necessary to build bridges between the Sunnis and Shiites. Syria is the most difficult question. The future of hezbollah is directly dependent on what will happen to Syria. If you have to sacrifice Asad, then so be it. Syria will remain, ”one of them believes.
      At the very beginning of the unrest in Syria, nasrallah publicly supported the Syrian president, but over time his public statements became less and less, and now they have completely stopped. This, experts say, is another sign that hezbollah is at a loss. In the same way, the party acted after the assassination of Hariri, and generally every time during moments of crisis. And while for now, according to representatives of the Syrian opposition, hezbollah fighters are taking part in hostilities in Syria on the side of the country's government, the movement seems to be moving towards breaking off relations with Assad. hi
      1. vagabo
        vagabo 27 November 2012 22: 01
        +1
        No, I would not minus. I liked the answer. You have good informants at Hezbollah. wink But let's go through the nuances.
        1. Read the posts above, which states that both organizations are almost the first organizers of the rebellion against Assad. It is not true. And actually I about it.
        2. You are right, Hezbollah fighters, if they are present in Syria, they can fight on the side of Assad, and not otherwise. But this possible participation of individual militants cannot be compared to the scale of frank and overt interference on the other hand. This is a drop in the ocean. Even comparing is ridiculous. And how can one compare the support of the legitimate government and bandits who cut and shoot civilians simply because they disagree with them. And then they will also blame everything on government forces. In a foreign war, there is nothing for outsiders to do at all, but there is still a difference.
        3. One cannot speak of the large-scale and organized participation of Lebanese Hezbollah because the very scale of this organization does not roll for current events in Syria. They have their own problems, and getting involved on Assad’s side can be fraught. In this you are right. Therefore, they do not get involved - contradict yourself.
        4. By Hamas, I already wrote. Anyone can declare their leadership, but there really cannot be any participation on their part for the reason that they are tightly blocked by the Israelis in Gaza and their problems are enough.
        Well, something like this. hi
        1. Professor
          Professor 27 November 2012 23: 09
          -2
          By Hamas, I already wrote. Anyone can declare their leadership, but there really cannot be any participation on their part for the reason that they are tightly blocked by the Israelis in Gaza and their problems are enough.

          What are you talking about? The Gaza border with Egypt and Israel is not controlled at all. And then from Sinai by ferry to Jordan and they are in Syria.
          1. vagabo
            vagabo 28 November 2012 09: 58
            +1
            Let me ask you a curiosity, but since when has Jordan been listed among Assad's supporters? Or is the Syria border there now not under special control?
            Maybe you want to compare with the situation on the Syrian border with Turkey or Lebanon?
            So, call me - "I don't believe"!
            1. Professor
              Professor 28 November 2012 10: 28
              -2
              Believing not to trust Vasya is a matter, however, the border of Jordan and Syria is not closed, border crossings function (not to mention hundreds of kilometers of the border in the desert that are not blocked by anyone). And on Hamas, it is not written which group they belong to.
        2. Karish
          Karish 27 November 2012 23: 53
          -4
          Quote: vagabo
          You are right, militants of Hezbollah, if they are present in Syria, then they can fight on the side of Assad, and not otherwise

          Hizbullah's umbilical cord is associated with Assad, the fall of Assad will soon begin the civil war in Lebanon (Lebanese Sunnis and Christians versus Hezbollah) and Nasrallah knows this very well. Therefore, several thousand Hezbollah fighters are fighting on Assad’s side (if I may say so)
          Quote: vagabo
          And how can one compare the support of the legitimate government and the bandits who cut and shoot civilians simply because they disagree with them

          But who are Hezbollah in general? and what are they doing in Syria with weapons? Since when have Hezbollah armed groups become legal? In my opinion there is the Lebanese Army, the Legal Government, and who sent Hezbollah fighters?
          Quote: vagabo
          By Hamas, I already wrote. Anyone can declare their leadership, but there really cannot be any participation on their part for the reason that they are tightly blocked by the Israelis in Gaza and their problems are enough.
          Well, something like this.

          Well, if you don't consider the small nuance that Hamas’s headquarters was in Syria for 30 years (until they fled a year ago), and such a small Palestinian camp near Damascus (Yarmouk is called) there are many thousands of Hamas members, but they are just against Assad, for which Assad they are being bombed a little.
          So for reference, during the operation, the cloud pillar in Gaza killed 166 Palestinians - 110 of them are militants, and during this time in Syria (in Yarmouk - 400 from Assad's bombing), for example. Hamasnikov is bombing - he is our friend, comrade and brother. Forces to Assad, there would be more such news.
          Quote: vagabo
          Well, something like this

          Well, somehow, learn the mat part hi
          1. vagabo
            vagabo 28 November 2012 12: 57
            +2
            What are you saying!? And why should Assad bomb Yarmouk, where the dominant force is the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine sympathetic to the Syrian authorities? There are, of course, a lot of organizations there, and Hamas is also enjoying growing influence. But so far, there are inter-Palestinian disassembly. And reports of carpet bombing are probably another fiction.

            Well gentlemen, it was nice to argue with you (no truth, without sarcasm), but fed up with the order. I'm leaving this topic.
            One way or another, in case of victory in Syria, the militants will not stop there. These greedy guys are alkaedy to blood. Responsibility for all this lies with those who carefully cultivate them, openly pump their weapons and pour oil in buckets into the fire of the Syrian conflict.
            Good luck and see you soon. yes
  10. Ivan Tarasov
    Ivan Tarasov 27 November 2012 13: 44
    +3
    Yesterday, it seems, the whole brigade was rolled out.
    http://anna-news.info/node/8935
    We are waiting for confirmation.
    1. sanych
      sanych 27 November 2012 15: 37
      +2
      Followed by reference - a delightfully wonderful news, if everything stated there turns out to be true! Yes, and comments pleased drinks Fell the bastards - so for an adult !!!
  11. nitrid
    nitrid 27 November 2012 14: 35
    +4
    Quote: igor67
    you get minus from ukrainian

    If from the Ukrainians why under a strange flag you draw here - although the Ukrainian did not consider it with a small letter ....
    1. igor67
      igor67 27 November 2012 14: 47
      -3
      nitrid,
      The name of the state is capitalized, the nationality is small, and you are a tax inspection that I should report to you.? I live in Israel, you can consider me a Jew
      1. nitrid
        nitrid 27 November 2012 15: 12
        +1
        I understand where you live - no need to explain in detail. I was indignant at why the flag flaunts not Ukrainian and not Israeli
        1. Tourist Breakfast
          Tourist Breakfast 27 November 2012 15: 46
          -1
          You cannot select a flag in this forum. Hover over the flag and see the real country.
  12. Ascetic
    Ascetic 27 November 2012 20: 21
    +5
    The main thing to remember is constantly evaluating that the war of the Western elites in the new world order (the so-called unipolar world) is in full swing and will go on increasing. In the New World, Russia is destined to take into account the Mine, where there is the Head of the Mine, the Mine Security Service, elementary schools for the children of miners. Nothing else. When rioting at the Mine, he will be crushed. Syria is just another victim of this war. Next will be Iran, Central Asia, Kazakhstan
    the Libyan-Syrian version of NATO aggression shows how events will develop in our case in the event of hostilities: they will fight mercenaries, mainly Arabs, and private military companies. According to the Syrian scheme, the Caucasus and the Volga region will be destabilized: the seizure of the city or its part, the massacre, the appeal to the "world community", which will require the introduction of sanctions, control, creation of bases
    Of course, an external threat can mobilize and rally the Russians, as is always the case with the Russians, whether in 1612, 1812, 1941. And the enemy understands this well. If you put too much pressure on Russia, you can lose everything that they won over the past 20 years, all the same inefficiency of management, corruption, criminalization of the economy, the close involvement of the economic elite in the world economy, and, consequently, a pro-Western comprador attitude, low professional and moral level of the upper layers, the dominance of clan interests over state. the collapse of the army, the spiritual and moral crisis, the wear and tear of human material of a significant part of the population.
    Indeed, the confrontation with the West can seriously change the situation in Russia - on all social floors, and above all above, where they’ll not just understand, but they will feel with skin: the western elites will never be accepted into their flock, and sooner or later they will devour it. And if so, it is necessary to significantly change course, at least for the sake of preserving wealth, status and life. Examples of even pro-Western Arab leaders such as Ben Ali and Mubarak demonstrate the validity of the thesis. "There can only be one worse thing than enmity with Anglo-Saxon - friendship with it." The West, especially the Anglo-Saxon, guarantees nothing to anyone, especially to those who have betrayed their country and their people. As the ancients said "Rome does not pay traitors". More precisely, it pays, but until a certain point. And then - at the expense. And this is also a Middle East lesson for Russia.
    One thing to always remember They hit Syria, but aim for Russia!

    1. captain dvv
      captain dvv 27 November 2012 21: 59
      -2
      Stop thinking that someone is spinning the machinations of a world scale against Russia.
      Unfortunately, Russia has long been no longer a geopolitical adversary to the West.
      We for them are already a country of the level of Saudi Arabia. We ourselves extract minerals. We sell them themselves for their candy wrappers and invest them in their economy. What else to wish for this West.
      Until a political force really comes to Russia that defends Russia's interests, there will be no attempt to influence Russia. They themselves are not enemies.
      I watched the last US presidential debate. The word Russia in 7 hours sounded once on a secondary occasion. But every second topic began with China. So patriots awaiting a global conspiracy need not worry. We are not interested in them.
      We do not need so much to put in place. For example, beat an ambassador in Qatar or land our plane in Turkey. After all, we swallowed all this unfortunately without any consequences ..
      1. Arkan
        Arkan 28 November 2012 16: 14
        +1
        Quote: captain dvv
        Stop thinking that someone is spinning the machinations of a world scale against Russia.

        laughing laughing laughing
        And who should I give the "key to the apartment" (if you know what I mean)? laughing laughing
  13. captain dvv
    captain dvv 27 November 2012 23: 38
    -3
    Yes, they do not need Russia. They conduct business with us as with other resource states of the world. Oil in exchange for candy wrappers with subsequent export and investment in their economy. There are no fools to conquer us and then lead pipelines from Siberia or Chukotka. If there was a goal of physical control of carbon, they would first enter Saudi Arabia and Qatar. There, where the cost of oil is minimal and the reserves are greater than ours.
    1. Leshy
      Leshy 28 November 2012 00: 43
      +2
      The United States has agreed with both the Saudis and the Qataris and is acting in concert! Moreover, they are trying to entrust the dirty work just to these sixes. And in Iraq they "came", and in Libya ... Where there is oil and gas - wait for them there.
  14. brush
    brush 28 November 2012 00: 43
    -2
    For me, so whoever wins is right. Assad will win - he is right, the opposition will win - she is right (not to be confused with a man and a woman laughing )
  15. ksandr45
    ksandr45 28 November 2012 11: 11
    +2
    captain dvv,
    I remember in the 90s they also shouted in the streets that we didn’t need anyone and that the West was not our enemy, they suggested we redirect the military industry to economic needs. I think everyone knows the sad result. I definitely won’t forget how I had breakfast before a school with a glass of milk and a crust of bread sprinkled sparsely with sugar. For my children, I do not want such a fate. Western democracy has already taken up with us, it is changing the order in the countries that sympathize with Russia.
  16. Cat
    Cat 29 November 2012 00: 38
    +1
    Here you would only flood and swear. And the people of Syria are already tired. Specifically, according to the racial TV channel jn1, Syrians are tired of the fact that Western countries do not supply enough weapons to the forces of the opposition coalition. No more and no less.

    Such is it, freedom of speech.