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Shelled University of Damascus - 15 dead



Unfortunately, again and again you have to write about mortar shelling by terrorists in the Syrian capital. Apparently, it is now easier for terrorists than to make explosions, and they have mastered the new tactics of fighting the Syrian people.

March 28 projectile fired by the "opposition", landed in the student dining room of the architectural faculty of the University of Damascus. This atrocity has ditched 15 students. 29 people were injured, some of them in serious condition.

On the same day, mortar shells fell into the courtyard of the Opera House (fortunately, there were no casualties) and the market in the Old Town (two wounded).
In the suburbs of Damascus Zhdeyd Artuz, militants of the “opposition”, beloved by the West, fired at a peaceful passenger minibus. As a result, the girl and the boy were killed, there are wounded.

I’m forced to remind you that 26 March terrorists bombarded the building of the SANA agency (the number of victims of this crime increased to four people) and the nearby school for girls and a school for excellent students (a teacher and a student were killed), as well as the law faculty of Damascus University. A day earlier, the same Opera House was shelled (1 people died, 7 were injured).

And now - one of the bloodiest crimes of this kind. Terrorists are not the first time fighting with students, with universities, with science. Suffice it to recall the terrible explosion at the University of Aleppo, also at the 15 faculty of architecture in January of this year, when students came to the exam. As a result, about 100 people died.

And again, the victims are students of the Faculty of Architecture, which is preparing those who in the near future should be in great demand - how much everything that has been destroyed now has to be restored!

Now only Allah knows where the next mortar shell will go. Terrorists want to keep the Syrian people in fear. No one can be calm for their loved ones, children, friends ... Here it is - the face of American "democracy", which is fighting for "human rights", neglecting the main right - the right to life itself.

Damascus holds and will hold, even in such conditions. The students went outside to honor the memory of their fallen comrades. The rector of the University of Damascus, Muhammad Amer Al-Mardini said that it is difficult to imagine a more criminal act than this one. But if the goal of committing it is to close the university, which already has its long traditions, its history - no criminals will achieve this goal. No one will force young people to refuse to receive knowledge.

The rector expressed his condolences to the families of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to the victims of this heinous crime.
Along with the attacks, anti-Syrian information and political provocations continue on the world stage. For example, recently in many media there was a campaign of lies, when the death of the Syrian president was reported, that he was allegedly shot by a mythical Iranian guard. And now the president himself personally denied all such rumors, having come to the meeting of the government commission on the implementation of the political program for resolving the crisis. This commission was created on the initiative of Bashar Al-Assad, after he developed and voiced a plan to resolve the difficult situation in Syria through a national dialogue.

The president ordered the commission to step up efforts and pay special attention to four points. First, the interaction between members of the government commission in the center and its provincial offices. Secondly, to establish cooperation with all political forces and representatives of the Syrian people in laying the foundations of the upcoming national dialogue. Thirdly - to develop mechanisms for managing the process of dialogue on the part of the state and strive to ensure everything necessary for its success. Fourthly, to make efforts to achieve reconciliation directly on the ground and to return to the path of truth those who have been misled by the enemies of Syria and the false media.
In addition, Syrian TV showed how the president of the UAR takes the oath of the newly appointed governor of Hasak province Muhammad Zaal Al-Ali. Thus, all the rumors of false media were completely and completely exposed.

However, political and informational provocations against Syria and its leader continue. In particular, the message of Bashar Al-Assad to the BRICS summit in Durban was completely misinterpreted.

The Syrian President called on the BRICS member states to make efforts to ensure the success of a political settlement of the crisis in Syria. To do this, you must use your authority to stop weapons and sponsor terrorist groups.

He said that the hopes of all oppressed peoples who want relief from external interference are tied to the BRICS countries today.

The president called for mitigating the suffering of the Syrian people from unfair, unilateral Western sanctions.

The head of state said that Syria hopes for multilateral cooperation with the BRICS countries in establishing peace and security on the basis of friendly relations between states and rejecting hegemony, dictate and oppression. Bashar Al-Asad called on BRICS to play its role in opposing violations of the UN Charter and international law.

And this message was interpreted by the media and anti-Syrian circles as a call by Bashar Al-Assad, allegedly for Syrian military defense, although there is not a word about this in the document. It merely calls for compliance with international law and efforts to stop illegal actions, such as helping terrorists, unfair sanctions and threats of invasion.

The United States, of course, rushed to condemn the message. State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell said at the briefing: “This only reflects the overwhelming isolation of Assad. He seems to be trying to cling to any straw of hope that he can reach, and his possibilities are very limited. This contrasts with the participation of the Syrian opposition coalition in the summit of the League of Arab States, which made the historic decision to provide a seat for the opposition coalition. This is a sharp contrast. ”

What can I say? First, the representative of the US State Department acknowledged that the country is in isolation. This alone is a recognition of a crime, because no one gave the right to any state of the world to impose a blockade against another state. This can be interpreted as the intentional genocide of the Syrian people.

Secondly, there really is a sharp contrast, but not the one that the State Department spokesman is talking about, but another. The contrast between the legality that Bashar Al-Asad calls for in his message to the BRICS countries and the outrage of the Gulf monarchies that prevail in the League of Arab States. Between appeals for peace and rude trampling of all norms of international law. The decision to grant Syria a place in the Arab League to representatives of the terrorist “opposition”, which Ventrell calls “historical”, is in fact criminal and illegitimate. And many Arab political and public figures today are asking themselves: what prevents, in this case, to provide a place in the Arab League to the opposition representatives of all the countries participating in the League?

Today, anti-Syrian forces dream of a new “historical”, and in fact, criminal decision. They have little LAS, they now wish to give Syria a place in the UN for representatives of the same armed “opposition”, closing their eyes to the shelling of universities and minibuses, to kill students, children, teachers ... The heads of these murderers want to give a high rostrum, at the same time expelling the UN from the legal UAR Permanent Representative - a remarkable orator and incorruptible diplomat Bashar Al-Jafari, who has repeatedly spoken from this podium, exposing plans against his homeland.

Fortunately, Russia has taken a stance against this decision. The representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, Vitaly Churkin, said that Russia would not allow the Syrian "opposition" to take a seat in the United Nations. “The UN is an intergovernmental organization. You can’t just get into it the opposition groups that have not gone through a proper process of legitimization. We will resolutely confront this, ”he warned.
“Most of the countries - members of the United Nations are responsible enough and respect this international institution. I think they understand that if something like this happens, it will really undermine the position of the world organization, ”the diplomat added. He warned those countries that support this idea that, by allowing this dubious structure to appear in the UN, they risk in the future themselves to be a victim of such manipulations.

Hopefully, at least this time, the mind will prevail in the UN, and not the right of force and the dollar.
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  1. domokl
    domokl 30 March 2013 09: 59
    17
    Hold on to Syria! I read the messages and marvel at the arrogance of the bandits and the patience of the president ... I think everyone is waiting for some step from the LAS or the USA, While the help is more with words and position, but after some actions of the opponents of the regime it will be possible to move on to practical help ... I think aviation and modern ammunition will quickly put gangs on their knees ...
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 30 March 2013 10: 08
      +6
      Quote: domokl
      I read messages and marvel at the arrogance of bandits and the patience of the president.

      Well, so the roof of scumbags in the face of the United States, that’s impudent + the media under their control help them.
      Quote: domokl
      ..I think aviation and modern ammunition will quickly put gangs on their knees

      It’s difficult to close the border with Turkey, most of it comes from there.
      1. domokl
        domokl 30 March 2013 10: 33
        +8
        Hi Sasha ... The American roof doesn’t save much from sandstorms .. Rather, LPG and Turkey .. You can’t argue here ..
        and we don’t have to close the border ... The Syrians themselves will cope .. Just give info from our intelligence about movements and camps ... Well, toss what to beat .. newer .. And by the type of Americans do round eyes-like this destroyed the camp militants, where there were also several women fellow
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 30 March 2013 11: 55
          +3
          Quote: domokl
          The American roof now does not save much from sandstorms .. Rather, LPG and Turkey.

          Politically, the United States leads the United States in this garden, and the Arab League and Turkey are at the forefront.
          Quote: domokl
          ..The Syrians themselves will cope .. Just give info from our intelligence about movements and camps ..

          Something ours is not particularly scratched about this or simply does not advertise, rather the second. Weapons are already being carried, and it is not for nothing that the West started barking at the UN about weapons.
          Alexander hi
          1. SSR
            SSR 31 March 2013 11: 58
            0
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            and Turkey is at the forefront.

            and then in the news: "Turkey tested an anti-tank missile" .... imha will start to supply it to the scumbags in Syria ... I can't find words .. scum ..
            1. Hudo
              Hudo 31 March 2013 15: 22
              -2
              Quote: SSR
              Quote: Alexander Romanov
              and Turkey is at the forefront.

              and then in the news: "Turkey tested an anti-tank missile" .... imha will start to supply it to the scumbags in Syria ... I can't find words .. scum ..


              To begin with, let this anti-aircraft missile be put on the conveyor.
      2. 755962
        755962 30 March 2013 10: 35
        +4
        The head of state said that Syria hopes for multilateral cooperation with the BRICS countries


        Here are just hopes that "you will not be full" ... You should be closer to help ... Someone does not hesitate to support the SSA, moreover openly ... When there is no justice in the world, what kind of diplomacy can we talk about !?
      3. cosmos111
        cosmos111 30 March 2013 11: 29
        +3
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Itszu with Turkey to block, from there goes most

        Then Russia needs to increase military assistance to Iraqi, Syrian and Turkish. Kurds.
        And stimulate financially
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 30 March 2013 11: 57
          +3
          Quote: cosmos111

          Then Russia needs to increase military assistance to Iraqi, Syrian and Turkish. Kurds.

          And what do you send there now? While the border with Turkey is not blocked, the flow of those wishing to die with a cry from Allah Akbar will not run out hi
          1. cosmos111
            cosmos111 31 March 2013 08: 19
            +2
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            about now send there you send? While the border with Turkey is not blocked, the flow of those wishing to die

            Turkey for Syria is the enemy No. 1.
            But this is not an independent policy, but a puppet policy in the service of the United States. And Israel
            They ordered the yankers to measure, to measure against Israel, to measure. But the Zionists, they did not lift the blockade from the Gaza Strip.
    2. bask
      bask 30 March 2013 11: 41
      +6
      One can’t get by with military help. An official visit to Syria is necessary for the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the head of the Duma, the Federation Council ... And the best, best option is a visit to Syria by Vladimir Putin. Then it will become clear to the West who Russia is with.
    3. Ascetic
      Ascetic 30 March 2013 13: 21
      +9
      Quote: domokl
      While help is more with words and position, but after some actions by opponents of the regime, it will be possible to move on to practical help ... I think aviation and modern ammunition will quickly put gangs on their knees ...


      Less than a day after the start of the sudden military exercises of the Russian Army and Navy in the Black Sea region, as it was said from Paris: supplying Syrian rebels with weapons prematurely.
      French President Francois Hollande said:
      "We will not do this (supply weapons to the rebels) until we are confident that the opposition has full control over the situation.
      ".
      It must be recalled that F. Hollande more than once or twice called on the European Union to lift the embargo on arms supplies to militants in Syria.
      link
    4. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 30 March 2013 17: 27
      +3
      List of countries whose citizens were established in Syria as militants and terrorists

      Australia, Austria, AzerbaijanAlgeria, Afghanistan, Belgium, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Holland, Germany, Iraq, Jordan, Yemen, Qatar, China, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, Palestine, Pakistan, Russia (Dagestan, Chechnya), Saudi Arabia, Sudan, USA, Tunisia, Turkey, France, Chad, Japan.

      A source: facebook.com/Pravda.O.Syr

      Daraya
      1. Arkan
        Arkan 31 March 2013 12: 37
        0
        The rat race of the Absolutely Free (from the brain) Army. smile
        [media = http: //.youtube.com/watch? v = UOaiN1_eA1Y]
        [media = http: //.youtube.com/watch? v = 2cLTrJPts3Q]
        [media = http: //.youtube.com/watch? v = NdMvaV9XtSs]
      2. Arkan
        Arkan 31 March 2013 12: 41
        +1
        The rat race of the Absolutely Free (from the brain) Army. laughing

    5. FATEMOGAN
      FATEMOGAN 30 March 2013 17: 30
      +5
      Quote: domokl
      Hold on to Syria! I read the messages and marvel at the arrogance of the bandits and the patience of the president ... I think everyone is waiting for some step from the LAS or the USA. While help is more with words and position, but after some actions of the opponents of the regime it will be possible to move on to practical help ..


      FOR THOSE WHO REALLY WANTS TO HELP SYRIA AND ITS PEOPLE !!!!!
      The Imperial Orthodox Palestinian Society announces the collection of humanitarian aid to the people of Syria. Assistance will be collected from March 31 to April 10 this year. with the support of the Russian Orthodox Church and the Russian Committee of Solidarity with the peoples of Libya and Syria. The transfer of assistance is planned for the Independence Day of the Syrian Arab Republic - April 17.
      The members of the Working Group of the Imperial Orthodox Palestine Society for the Protection of Christians in the Middle East and North Africa intend to deliver and transfer humanitarian aid in Damascus to Patriarch of Antioch and the whole East, John X, and the High Mufti of Syria, Ahmad Bad-ed-Din Hassoun.

      Syria is the cradle of Christianity, the crossroads of ancient civilizations, cultures and part of the Holy Land. Today, the escalation of violence continues, blood is shed, temples and mosques are being destroyed, the interfaith peace is crumbling. Almost 70 thousands of people became victims of armed confrontation, thousands of civilians lost shelter, many found shelter in monasteries and help all Syrians, both Christians and Muslims. These people, adults and children, are suffering immensely and are now deprived of the most necessary. There is a shortage of medicines, medical equipment, and dressings for the wounded.

      Earlier, the Imperial Orthodox Palestine Society issued statements “On the Situation in Syria” (June 4 2012) and “On the Protection of Christians in the Middle East and North Africa Region (November 28 2012). But the situation there remains difficult, people need emergency help.
      We appeal to Russian citizens to respond to the call of the oldest non-governmental organization in Russia and to provide all possible assistance to the suffering people of Syria!
      Assistance will be collected in the premises provided by the Russian Orthodox Church:
      - in the Marfo-Mariinsky monastery at the address: Moscow, Bolshaya Ordynka, house 34, building 3. (metro "Polyanka").
      Reception hours: from 11.00 to 19.00.
      Contact phone: 8 (495) 542-00-00.
      - in the Novospassky stavropegic male monastery at the address: Moscow, Krestyanskaya square, house 10 (metro "Krestyanskaya zastava").
      Reception hours: from 8.00 to 20.00.
      Contact phone: 8 (495) 676-95-70.
      Since March 31 this year two more Syria humanitarian aid collection points will be opened in Moscow:
      - at the Center for Volunteer Programs of the Russian Orthodox University at the address: Novaya Ploshchad, 12. (metro station Kitay-Gorod, Lubyanka).
      - at the Civil Change GBU in Moscow at 40/42 Taganskaya Street.
      Reception hours: from 11.00 to 20.00.

      http://politikus.ru/events/3910-sbor-gumanitarnoy-pomoschi-narodu-sirii.html
      REQUEST FOR MODERATORS TO FULLY PUBLISH AN ARTICLE ON THE SITE
      1. FATEMOGAN
        FATEMOGAN 30 March 2013 17: 35
        +9
        DETAILS in Vneshprombank for transfer of funds:
        INN 7704272518,
        CAT 770401001 p / s p / c 40703810000000005871 in LLC Vneshprombank Moscow
        30101810500000000455
        BIK044525455
        97173552 of Enterprise
        BIN 1067799022862
        Recipient: Fund of the holy Constantine and Helena.
        It is necessary to specify in the purpose of payment: "to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Syria."

        The hotline telephone is open: (495) 504-86-28.

        The list of necessary assistance:

        1. Medications.
        Antibiotics (amikacin, levofloxacin, cloxacillin, piperacillin, vancomycin, metronidazole, lincomycin).
        Cephalosporins (cefalexin, cefazedon, cefuraxin, cefriaxone).
        Anesthetics (phenytoin, protamine sulfate, thiopental sodium, dobutamine, human serum albumin, bupivocaine, voluven, isoflurane).
        We pay special attention to the fact that medicines from private individuals will not be taken in connection with the rules of customs clearance.
        2. Dressings and care products.
        Bandages, droppers, syringes, surgical threads.
        3. Ambulance equipment.
        Devices for anesthesia, defibrillators, oxygen inhalers, electrocardiographs, ventilators, neonatal incubators, immobilization tools, medical stretchers. 4. Baby food and hygiene products for children.
        5. School and office supplies.
        6. Blankets, bed linen, towels, soap.
        7. Long-term storage products (flour, sugar, biscuits, dried biscuits, rice).

        Metropolitan George of Chomsky from Syria, who recently visited Moscow and was received by His Holiness Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill, specifically asked members of the IOPS Working Group to assist in the delivery of vitamins and medicines for children, including drugs for the treatment of gastrointestinal, colds, as well as antibiotics and antitussive drugs. According to him, such assistance will help save the lives of many Syrian children.

        Please note that all types of assistance should be in their original packaging.
        http://politikus.ru/events/3910-sbor-gumanitarnoy-pomoschi-narodu-sirii.html


        A CHANCE FOR EVERYONE WHO WANTS NOT ONLY A WORD BUT AND AFFAIRS TO CONTRIBUTE SYRIA IN THE VICTORY !!!
  2. botur
    botur 30 March 2013 10: 12
    +4
    Of course, it is easier to fight with civilians. To frighten young people, and then what, schools, kindergartens?
    One hopes that at least this time the UN will triumph over reason, not the right to force and the dollar. For a long time, nothing has been dependent on the UN.
    1. DDR
      DDR 30 March 2013 10: 26
      +5
      Quote: botur
      Of course, it is easier to fight with civilians. To frighten young people, and then what, schools, kindergartens

      So students can only launch a paper airplane in response, and it’s already scary to shoot at salads yes
  3. 120352
    120352 30 March 2013 10: 13
    +5
    And it is possible not to fly through Turkey, but through the Caspian Sea, Iran, and only then - to the border with Turkey. And there to do justice. Syria must not be surrendered. Enough of betrayals: Yugoslavia, Serbia, then non-stop ...
    1. Gari
      Gari 30 March 2013 13: 24
      +3
      Turkish Air Force fighters forced an Airbus A-320, flying from Vnukovo to Damascus, to land in Ankara to check the cargo, which, according to some sources, did not meet the requirements of civil aviation. The plane continued on to the Syrian capital 12 hours later. Turkey confiscated part of the cargo, RBC notes.
      The incident took place the night before. The plane of the Syrian airline Sirian Arab Airlines was on a regular scheduled flight. The liner, on board which there were 77 Russians, including 17 Russians with children, at 15:26 Moscow time took off from Vnukovo airport to Damascus.
      It was a civilian plane
  4. cosmos111
    cosmos111 30 March 2013 10: 34
    +5
    In Syria, now, a turning point. Russia needs military assistance
    Firstly, the delivery of large-caliber sniper rifles 12,7 mm ,, Cord ,,. Flamethrowers ,, bumblebee ,, ((((for battle in urban conditions)))
    Modernization of Syrian armored vehicles ((installation of anti-cumulative screens))
    Sending military specialists., And weapons technicians
    1. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 30 March 2013 11: 37
      0
      It’s enough to just supply weapons there, at least some, the main thing is that it is serviceable and there are a lot of them.
    2. Kolovrat77
      Kolovrat77 30 March 2013 22: 37
      +1
      Directly my thoughts. And also thermobaric and fragmentation grenades for RPG-7. And in more than one video, I have not seen grenade launchers, I think they will also not be superfluous.
  5. nnkfrschk
    nnkfrschk 30 March 2013 11: 44
    +3
    Recently, Israel, France and a number of other countries have been actively pedaling the topic of invasion with the aim of "taking control of" chemical arsenals "in order to prevent weapons from falling into the hands of mass weapons into the hands of terrorists, which, however, does not prevent, for example, France to propose to start official deliveries of weapons to those who are fighting against Assad - that is, in fact, to the same terrorists.
    So maybe it makes sense to send BRICS or CSTO troops to Syria in order to protect warehouses with chemical weapons? Then another pretext for the supporters of the invasion will disappear.
  6. 1goose3
    1goose3 30 March 2013 11: 53
    +2
    Quote: cosmos111
    In Syria, now, a turning point. Russia needs military assistance
    Firstly, the delivery of large-caliber sniper rifles 12,7 mm ,, Cord ,,. Flamethrowers ,, bumblebee ,, ((((for battle in urban conditions)))
    Modernization of Syrian armored vehicles ((installation of anti-cumulative screens))
    Sending military specialists., And weapons technicians


    To add domokl’s suggestions here, to assist in the creation and acquisition of sabotage special forces aimed at the destruction of militant training camps in adjacent territories.
  7. wax
    wax 30 March 2013 12: 03
    0
    Syria needs three SU-35 planes.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 30 March 2013 12: 16
      +2
      Quote: Wax

      Syria needs three SU-35 planes.

      And what will it change?
    2. Papakiko
      Papakiko 30 March 2013 12: 21
      +2
      Quote: Wax
      Syria needs three SU-35 planes.

      What little things can Harry Potter send there?
  8. atalef
    atalef 30 March 2013 12: 35
    14 th
    What a beautiful poster Elena laughing
    Whose hooked legs only?
    There, on both sides, the Arabs are fighting, more precisely, there are fewer on the side of Assad laughing
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 30 March 2013 12: 55
      +5
      Quote: atalef
      Whose hooked legs only?

      This is the paws of sponsors and start up.
    2. Homo
      Homo 30 March 2013 13: 04
      +2
      Quote: atalef
      What a beautiful poster Elena laughing
      Whose hooked legs only?
      There, on both sides, the Arabs are fighting, more precisely, there are fewer on the side of Assad laughing

      Money is fighting! And if you haven’t considered glasses, buy it!
      1. atalef
        atalef 30 March 2013 17: 38
        -4
        Quote: Homo
        Money is fighting! And if you haven’t considered glasses, buy it!

        Nobody argues with this, and where does the freedom of the Arab people? laughing laughing laughing
        1. tomket
          tomket 31 March 2013 00: 52
          +1
          Well then you do not recognize your robotic hands then?)))))
    3. Steering wheel
      Steering wheel 30 March 2013 14: 52
      0
      Quote: atalef
      Whose hooked legs only?
      There, on both sides, the Arabs are fighting, more precisely, there are fewer on the side of Assad

      Jews - Zionist fascists there are fingers - who actively finance, arm and treat Sunni radicals so that they more and more incite enmity between Sunnis and Shiites (so that the goyim kill each other) and the Jews get a gesheft from this.
      http://anna-news.info/node/10652
      1. atalef
        atalef 30 March 2013 17: 39
        0
        Quote: Steering
        Jews - Zionist fascists there fingers - who are actively financing,

        Who were you in a previous life? Ruslan laughing
        1. tomket
          tomket 30 March 2013 23: 54
          +1
          By the way, what about the mood in Israel? Skies that, after Syria, the Qatari and the Saudis will come to cut you?
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 31 March 2013 07: 44
            +2
            Quote: tomket
            rely on that after Syria to you Catharians and Saudis will come to cut you?


            you have a good sense of humor)))))))))
            it will be then the last funny days of these fat shaitanists)))
            1. Hudo
              Hudo 31 March 2013 11: 21
              -1
              Quote: Yarbay
              it will be then the last funny days of these fat shaitanists)))


              )))))))))))))))))))))) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
        2. cosmos111
          cosmos111 31 March 2013 08: 29
          -1
          Quote: atalef
          Who were you in a previous life

          The brief essence of Zionism-Judaism .., as a religion, is mainly set forth in the Old Testament Torah, systematized in the collection of Shulchan Aruch. I will give only its main provisions, which very accurately reflect what kind of people are considered to be people, and what they think of the other nations of the world: Everyone except Jews are inferior creatures, equal to animals, which can be treated as you like .. The concept of morality is unacceptable to non-Jews which can be ruthlessly exploited, deceived, robbed, harassed, discriminated against, robbed, raped and even killed. Non-Jewish property is a potential Jewish property. The Jews are ,, supreme beings ,,, the future belongs to them, the “God” himself “gives them the right” to dominate humanity. All who do not recognize the "right" of the Jews to dominate the world must be destroyed.
      2. tomket
        tomket 31 March 2013 00: 45
        +1
        they will also be able to chop off the territory for themselves, and then live for years in the occupied territory, and say that the Arabs are envious of them fiercely, and therefore seek to return the territory to themselves))))
  9. lechatormosis
    lechatormosis 30 March 2013 13: 07
    +3
    So far, the sabotage of these Ghouls from the opposition is unpunished.
    All the same, we need to better understand who specifically does such things.
    I am more and more inclined to the fact that the recent chemical attack with chlorine and these shellings are carried out by specialists of SPECIAL OPERATIONS from ENGLAND FRANCE and possibly with the consultation of the USA (roughly speaking SPECIALIST of the listed countries)
    If you look closely at the details of these incidents, you can see the ears of the special services from these countries.
    1. Chavy
      Chavy 30 March 2013 17: 54
      +1
      Mossad is engaged in explosions of cars and buildings, the CIA trains militants in camps, in general, democracy in action
  10. DEfindER
    DEfindER 30 March 2013 13: 13
    +2
    There is such a proposal, I remember during the Second World War, there was a fine detachment of prisoners who could atone for their guilt in battles .. To offer our prisoners this option, either you go to Syria and there you go every month for a year or two, or stay here and you’re sitting for a full term, I think out of 700 convicts there are a lot of people who want to atone for their guilt there .. But of course you need to think about how to transfer them there ..
    1. Gari
      Gari 30 March 2013 13: 25
      +2
      If you would like to forward, you can always
    2. tomket
      tomket 31 March 2013 00: 06
      +1
      Yeah, so you think they are inspired by the ideas of internationalization? They will join the ranks of bandits and that's it. Ased actually from Russia, he asks for one thing, to defend his interests, because in fact the battles in Syria are battles in the suburbs of Russia, we will fall Syria next in line. Or have the crowds of supposedly dissatisfied white-bellies forgotten before the election? And if you arranged a couple of provocations and handed out weapons? Would blaze cleaner Syria.
    3. Arkan
      Arkan 31 March 2013 12: 59
      0
      Quote: DEfindER
      There is such a proposal, remember during the Second World War, there were fine units from prisoners

      Not those times, and not those convicts now smile .In the thirties and forties, there were a lot of prisoners with combat experience in a number of wars, and now ... only "sorcerers" are worth laughing .
  11. Gari
    Gari 30 March 2013 13: 30
    +8
    Damascus holds and will hold, even in such conditions. Students went out to honor the memory of their dead comrades.
    There, horror and chaos were turned into not only when the most prosperous country of the East, there can even be said almost no crime, but now they can steal from their car on the way home, and they will not return them as hostages without ransom, I heard from the acquaintances of the Syrians how a guy was stabbed to death on the street just for expressing support for his president, Assad
  12. AlSuGe777
    AlSuGe777 30 March 2013 13: 39
    +6
    Syria is a watershed moment in the organization of international relations. The UN is increasingly and clearly making "profitable" decisions. Sat is "swan cancer and pike". Should Russia try to preserve the reputation of the international regulator of these organizations? Syria says "Stop! Stop fighting for reputation, it's time to start fighting for justice and sincerity in international relations."

    P.S. I apologize for the emotions, but our helplessness already got it.
  13. Roomata
    Roomata 30 March 2013 13: 41
    -3
    whatever Syria needed, we don’t have it
    in the sense that we can talk loudly about what is needed but do nothing to make it
  14. CrazyMishka
    CrazyMishka 30 March 2013 13: 42
    +3
    The Syrian people, suffering from the imperialist plans of the rotten (and already beginning to decay) West, are very sorry. What is it they did not let Osama in the UN at the time ??
  15. HAIFISCH
    HAIFISCH 30 March 2013 13: 51
    +3
    Sorry for the Syrians sincerely sorry. After all, when this filth is barefoot there, it will end for us to be accepted, because the only logical goals in the future for the West are we and Iran. Is our society ready to confront such a threat?
  16. max73
    max73 30 March 2013 14: 54
    +1
    As a result of the assassination, the head of the Syrian Free Army was seriously wounded
    The commander of the so-called Syrian Free Army (FSA), Riyad al-Asaad, was seriously injured in an attempted assassination attempt and was taken to a hospital in eastern Syria, the Arab Al-Mayadin TV channel reported.
    According to him, a bomb was planted in a car with Turkish license plates on which a former colonel of the Syrian armed forces moved. The attempt on al-Asaad was committed near the city of Deir ez-Zor, where there are fierce battles of government troops with the rebels, ITAR-TASS reports.
  17. Odysseus
    Odysseus 30 March 2013 14: 56
    +4
    Passive defense has not yet won a single war.
    If Turkey prepares and sends militants, sabotage must be carried out at its significant infrastructure facilities.
    If the West imposes sanctions, helps militants with money and weapons, it is necessary to strike at significant civilian objects on the territory of the West itself. There are more than enough Arab immigrants there, moreover, this should be done in such a way that everyone understands who is behind it, but there is direct evidence of interference Syria was not there.
    The war in Syria will stop only if the price of war for the aggressor countries becomes too high.
  18. queen
    queen 30 March 2013 15: 23
    +3
    If you are at war, you must do it with honor, and this is not war. Devils who kill peaceful people, those who hide like rats are just killers, and judge them only on the spot and burn them with napalm.
  19. alert_timka
    alert_timka 30 March 2013 16: 40
    +3
    I don’t understand something, they tell us everywhere, they write and show that the militants are massively destroyed and the territories occupied by him are liberated. and here on you Damascus from mortars. How far does a 4-5km mine fly? and when you consider that they’re still being hit in the center, it’s coming out of Damascus itself.
    1. Chavy
      Chavy 30 March 2013 17: 59
      +4
      There the militants are fighting, and in Damascus, the Mossad and the CIA secret services blow up their methods
  20. azilan
    azilan 30 March 2013 17: 56
    +2
    Proud and arrogant Israel should help the Syrian people in the fight against the "opposition."
    1. atalef
      atalef 30 March 2013 18: 04
      0
      Quote: azilan
      Proud and arrogant Israel should help the Syrian people in the fight against the "opposition."

      Shuffle, let Russia help.
      1. queen
        queen 30 March 2013 19: 56
        +2
        Quote: atalef
        Shuffle, let Russia help.

        It will help, only vileness can be expected from you
        1. atalef
          atalef 31 March 2013 07: 18
          -1
          Quote: regin
          It will help, only vileness can be expected from you

          Well, help me, but we'll see. laughing
        2. atalef
          atalef 31 March 2013 11: 54
          +3
          Quote: regin
          you can only expect meanness

          The newspaper Maariv reports that hundreds of IDF Druze veterans want to cross the border and take part in the Syrian civil war on the side of Bashar al-Assad.

          The reason is that the opposition, which includes Sunni radicals, has established control over the Syrian part of the Golan Heights. In the village of Khadr, Jabhat Nusra executed seven Druze.

          Sheikh Mowafak Tarif, the spiritual leader of the Druze community in Israel, says: “We have received hundreds of phone calls from young people. They say: We will do everything to protect our brothers in Syria. These people are ready for anything, they are ready to be called up, they are ready to fight , they are willing to donate money. "

          Yes, who will give them laughing
      2. azilan
        azilan 30 March 2013 20: 04
        +4

        Atalef, I myself am of Jewish blood, I understand that you, too, and my relatives survived the 2006 bombing of Haifa by Hezbollah. In general, I understand the whole situation and understand what I'm talking about. And you do not forget May 14, 1948
        1. atalef
          atalef 31 March 2013 07: 15
          +1
          Quote: azilan
          14 May 1948 g

          Yes, we are now celebrating Easter. in the next month there are still 2 days off good
        2. atalef
          atalef 31 March 2013 12: 27
          +2
          Quote: azilan
          Atalef, I myself am of Jewish blood, I understand that you, too, and my relatives survived in the 2006 year the bombing of Haifa by Hezbollah

          Which Assad contains and patronizes (or is this a secret for you)?

          Quote: azilan
          In general, I understand the whole situation and understand what I'm talking about

          Probably not quite
      3. azilan
        azilan 30 March 2013 20: 11
        +2
        Why not help ??? Maybe they would make it up. Or is it better to have around enemies alone ???
        1. atalef
          atalef 31 March 2013 07: 17
          -1
          Quote: azilan
          Why not help ??? Maybe they would make peace

          Hay does not go to the horse, and it no longer makes sense to talk to Assad, not to resist him. Previously, he had to be offered more than once, and he only drove with his sting.
          1. azilan
            azilan 31 March 2013 09: 35
            +2
            God is your judge
            Atalef. I wish you a peaceful sky above your head !!!
            1. atalef
              atalef 31 March 2013 11: 50
              +2
              Quote: azilan
              Atalef. I wish you a peaceful sky above your head !!!

              And good luck to you. good
          2. tomket
            tomket 31 March 2013 14: 13
            +1
            Incidentally, it is not up to you and the Syrian people to decide whether Assad or not, and it really makes sense to talk to him because it’s not your business, I suggest that Israel disarm and hold a geyparad in Jerusalem and don’t drive a sting but to love gays (gays as an option, you can example, to shelter Wahhabis in the country, once you treat them, for permanent residence). Your reaction is, of course, you send me. Here you are sent to hell with your suggestions.
            1. atalef
              atalef 31 March 2013 17: 16
              +2
              Quote: tomket
              do not drive a sting but to love gays

              How do you love them ..... wassat
              Quote: tomket
              of course you send me

              Why, stay and keep loving gays laughing
              1. tomket
                tomket 31 March 2013 17: 59
                0
                you like in a joke about Putin and Stalin, against disarmament, as I understand it, you have nothing against))))
      4. tomket
        tomket 31 March 2013 00: 00
        +2
        Israel is still afraid of the Syrian army, and therefore in every way supports various kinds of militants. By the way, the militants, unashamedly, write on the walls the death of Russia and China and thanks to Turkey for Qatar and Israel, no more no less. Israel thinks that it will be easier for them to drive the remaining handfuls of bandits in jeeps in the desert than to live in fear of Syria. Yes, and a decent chunk can be dug off the territory of Syria.
        1. atalef
          atalef 31 March 2013 07: 14
          +1
          Quote: tomket
          Israel is still afraid of the Syrian army, and therefore in every possible way supports all kinds of militants

          laughing

          Quote: tomket
          and thanks to Turkey Qatar and Israel


          About Israel in more detail where they write

          Quote: tomket
          than living in fear of Syria

          Especially our fear intensified. after Assad said he would answer at the right time for the bombing. Well, we don’t sleep at night, laughing
          1. tomket
            tomket 31 March 2013 10: 36
            0
            Well, if you carry out the bombing, then apparently just do not sleep at night))))
            1. atalef
              atalef 31 March 2013 18: 33
              +2
              Quote: tomket
              Well, if you carry out the bombing, then apparently just do not sleep at night))

              Lebanese state media reported that several villages in the border area were bombarded from Syria. Presumably, at least four shells fell on the Lebanese side of the border.

              What are they there? Neither take revenge?
          2. tomket
            tomket 31 March 2013 10: 39
            +1
            you don’t have to go far there, so make a voyage, admire. If you need an answer right now, watch a video of Leontyev from Syria
            1. atalef
              atalef 31 March 2013 11: 52
              +3
              Quote: tomket
              you don’t have to go far there, so make a voyage, admire. If you need an answer right now, watch a video of Leontyev from Syria

              Silence in the Golan, you can believe me, but I’ve been there at least once, twice a month.
              It will become warmer, with Igor 67 we’ll go to a picnic drinks
              1. tomket
                tomket 31 March 2013 13: 04
                +1
                if you don’t take aspirins with ascorbinkas, take freedom fighters?) Okay, this is all a joke. But is it interesting how the mood in Israel is among the general population? It’s clear that Netanyahu has an ostrich policy in the sand, like France and England. But are you really not bothered by all the rabble that is staggering along the border? After all, if Ased surrenders, then it’s clear that it’s on them that they will direct their vector of efficiency to you. Somewhere the information was that the sensible part of your special services is horrified that and your hands (Israel), too, and from what will happen.
                1. atalef
                  atalef 31 March 2013 17: 28
                  +2
                  Quote: tomket
                  . But it is interesting how the mood in Israel among the general population?

                  About Syria? Yes, no one's mood, we do not notice her. If something happens, there will be some kind of surge of public interest (as after the bombing), and so practically people do not pay attention.
                  Quote: tomket
                  It is clear that Netanyahu has a policy of ostrich in the sand, like France and England. But are you really not bothered by all that rabble that staggers along the border?

                  Especially. not . we have this rabble (in different versions, including those supported by Assad), has been hanging at the borders for more than 70 years.
                  Quote: tomket
                  that they will direct their efficiency vector precisely at you

                  It is clear that some will want to shake their eggs, well, soak them, not the first time. I have survived the 20 practical war, the intifada and the myriad of army operations in 2 years. For the first time and nothing super fearful in them. The extra hotbed of tension (uncontrollable, with Assad of the world, we didn’t have the same thing as it was. Although the border was calm) is not needed. But in this regard, trouble must be experienced as they arrive, while they are wetting each other, the total number of bandits automatically decreases, so be it, I wish them this war for another 20 years ahead and let Assad die last
                  Quote: tomket
                  . Where the information was that the sensible part of your special services is terrified of what is happening with your hands (Israel), and of what will happen

                  Our sensible part of the special services protects the country and citizens, so that there is something (you) to envy. And if someone expresses their opinion - at least provide a link.
                  You have the same Kasyanov expressing his opinion and quite curious, and yet the person is not the last, the prime minister was laughing
                  1. tomket
                    tomket 31 March 2013 18: 01
                    0
                    Well, I told you, you want to arrange a safari on Arabs))) A full-scale operation had to be carried out against the Syrian army, in which case, but then how to go on a picnic, shoot from a gun ...
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 31 March 2013 18: 08
                      0
                      Quote: tomket
                      Against the Syrian army, I had to carry out a full-scale operation in which case, but then how to go on a picnic, shoot from a gun ..

                      Smart uphill will not go laughing
                      By the way (as a reminder) 5 times Syria attacked, you know the result?
                      In another week, we’ll go to the Golan for a picnic. Neither Syria would rock the boat in due time, and would have to go (on a picnic) to another place laughing
              2. igor67
                igor67 31 March 2013 18: 47
                0
                Quote: atalef
                Quote: tomket
                you don’t have to go far there, so make a voyage, admire. If you need an answer right now, watch a video of Leontyev from Syria

                Silence in the Golan, you can believe me, but I’ve been there at least once, twice a month.
                It will become warmer, with Igor 67 we’ll go to a picnic drinks

                Totally agree drinks A wounded Syrian who reached the border with Israel, was taken to the hospital RAMBAM

                publication time: 30 March 2013, 20: 20
                last updated: March 30 2013, 20: 20




                On Saturday evening, a wounded Syrian resident approached the Israeli-Syrian border, taking part in the battles between the rebels and the army of Bashar al-Assad in the Syrian part of the Golan Heights.

                With the permission of the IDF chief of staff, Beni Ganz, he was allowed into Israel and taken to the Haifa hospital of RAMBAM, where he receives medical assistance.

                The last time the Syrian wounded came to Israel on March 27. Five of them, after receiving medical care on the spot, were returned to Syria. Two more were taken to the hospital, where one of them died as a result of a bullet wound to the head.

                It should be noted that in the north of the Israeli part of the Golan Heights, not far from the border, the IDF launched a field hospital. According to the military command, the flow of Syrian wounded and refugees requiring medical attention will increase in the near future. Currently, the IDF allows only seriously wounded people to cross the border.
          3. Beck
            Beck 31 March 2013 17: 18
            -1
            And that people have no eyes to see. No ears to see. There is not enough analysis to draw conclusions from the news seen and heard.

            The Israeli army, at the moment, is the strongest in the region. As in her armament, in modern equipment, and finally in the moral and combat qualities of a soldier. If it is impatient and the neighbors will force, Tzahal will break up the armies of the neighbors together, as it has already happened more than once. And talking about the Syrian army is ridiculous. For two and a half years this army has not been able to cope with the irregular, scattered rebel groups, so what a stunner it is for the Tsakhal to cope with.
            1. tomket
              tomket 31 March 2013 17: 52
              +2
              if Tsahal is so strong and self-confident, why the hell did he block the sale of Syria 8 MiG-31? And why does he occasionally have istria about the deployment of s-300 in Syria?
              1. atalef
                atalef 31 March 2013 18: 04
                +1
                Quote: tomket
                if Tsahal is so strong and self-confident, why the hell did he block the sale of Syria 8 MiG-31? And why does he occasionally have istria about the deployment of s-300 in Syria?

                And if Russia loves and helps Syria so much, why did you agree?

                Quote: tomket
                And why does he occasionally have istria about the deployment of s-300 in Syria?

                Nobody needs excess hemorrhoids, but if it does, then we can handle it.
                Maybe it doesn’t deliver for a reason (at one time there was an infa that, when Olmert visited Russia, he brought in GDP inf, that if c-300 was delivered to Syria, it would be destroyed and cited the facts of working out the counteraction against c-300 using the example of Cyprus complexes (Israel conducts regular exercises with them) Then the image of the latest air defense systems will be irreparably damaged, and the total (financial) losses will exceed many times the profit from the deal with Syria. .k.This violates t balance in the region, etc.- thereby raising the image of Russian air defense systems.)
                Didn't think about it? Why not set?
                1. tomket
                  tomket 31 March 2013 18: 37
                  +1
                  I think if everything was so scary Syria wouldn’t buy armor, about the Cypriot systems ... when the Americans lost on the f-15, the aerial fights of the su-27 also made a smart face and stated that they were approximately equal
                  1. atalef
                    atalef April 1 2013 10: 06
                    +1
                    Quote: tomket
                    I think if everything was so scary Syria wouldn’t buy armor, about the Cypriot systems ... when the Americans lost on the f-15, the aerial fights of the su-27 also made a smart face and stated that they were approximately equal

                    Well, for a purchase and sense? They were able to do something? You are more detailed about the air defense of Syria and its opposition to the Israeli Air Force aircraft. Maybe they managed to make at least one shot, even to maintain prestige am
                    And about the teachings of Amer’s planes - what does it have to do with it?
                    1. tomket
                      tomket April 1 2013 22: 22
                      0
                      to make a good face with a bad game, this is me regarding the Cypriot S-300 complexes, where does the infa come from that you have found ways to counteract them? maybe you were suspended as partridges during the exercise, and upon returning to the base you said in a press release, "There is a way to destroy!" It is clear that there is, the same "star raid" to arrange when the missiles will be reloaded. Americans in Vietnam also claimed that they were not at all afraid of our "telegraph poles" and that we know what came out of their self-confidence.
                      1. igor67
                        igor67 April 1 2013 23: 11
                        +1
                        What is the connection with the Americans? They write to you that the Israeli Air Force bombed Syria without punishment for six years (I don’t take the ethical side) and their air defense didn’t even react, Israeli airplanes have their own avionics, it is different from the American one, so negotiations were ongoing for procurement f 35, Israel did not want to buy planes with American avionics, since it does not match the level of the Israeli Air Force
  21. Skavron
    Skavron 30 March 2013 21: 17
    0
    I am interested in the size and armament of both militants and the Syrian army. Who knows?
  22. Yastreb
    Yastreb 30 March 2013 22: 54
    +3
    Following the perverted logic of terrorists, another mine can fly into a school \ hospital \ temple!

    And the coverage of the situation in Syria by the Russian media is extremely scarce angry
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 30 March 2013 23: 43
      +1
      Quote: Yastreb
      Following the perverted logic of terrorists, another mine can fly into a school \ hospital \ temple!

      Yeah, the problem is with logic!
      After all, the same crimes are called different things!
      How does the Breivik attack differ from the explosion at the University of Aleppo - NOTHING !!
      But for the West-this is a struggle of the people ............... What time !?
  23. loki565
    loki565 31 March 2013 00: 23
    +1
    Something too often, the terrorists arrange productive sorties, it seems that it was not without foreign intelligence. Question to specialists, what kind of equipment was burned? similar to air defense

    1. tomket
      tomket 31 March 2013 00: 39
      +2
      well, as long as there is air defense there, then help from the geyropeytsev will not wait, and therefore burn
      1. atalef
        atalef 31 March 2013 18: 37
        +1
        Quote: tomket
        well, as long as there is air defense there, then help from the geyropeytsev will not wait, and therefore burn


        Well, we know the price of their air defense laughing
        1. tomket
          tomket 31 March 2013 18: 43
          +2
          Since NATO Typhoons are still invisible over Syria for two years, yes, the price of air defense is significant.
        2. tomket
          tomket 31 March 2013 18: 52
          0
          By the way, regarding the Israeli Air Force, do you have a strict link to SUF purchases? Or can you afford, for example, to renegotiate contracts and purchase Rafali or Gripen? Or do you fly on what they give? I wonder when the United States will switch to Lightning, you will spend money on them, or will you buy adequate equipment.
          1. igor67
            igor67 31 March 2013 18: 55
            +1
            Quote: tomket
            By the way, regarding the Israeli Air Force, do you have a strict link to SUF purchases? Or can you afford, for example, to renegotiate contracts and purchase Rafali or Gripen? Or do you fly on what they give? I wonder when the United States will switch to Lightning, you will spend money on them, or will you buy adequate equipment.

            Israel has purchased 20 Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II fighters from the United States, Haaretz reported. The corresponding contract was signed on October 7, 2010 in New York. The deal was worth about $ 2,75 billion. The signed agreement also implies an option to supply Israel with another 75 promising American fighters. The new machines are expected to be delivered to the customer in 2016.
            1. tomket
              tomket 31 March 2013 19: 19
              0
              sad page in the history of your Air Force, sympathize)))))
              1. Aaron Zawi
                Aaron Zawi 31 March 2013 19: 28
                +1
                Quote: tomket
                sad page in the history of your Air Force, sympathize)))))

                You know, since many Israeli air force generals have both children and grandchildren, it so happened that they don’t order Mr. ***. If they preferred the F-35 to the new F-16 and F-15, then it's worth it. This is my opinion, as a person very far from aviation, but very familiar with AOI.
                1. tomket
                  tomket 31 March 2013 19: 50
                  +1
                  one gets the impression that you have no choice but to buy.
                  1. Aaron Zawi
                    Aaron Zawi 31 March 2013 20: 33
                    0
                    Quote: tomket
                    one gets the impression that you have no choice but to buy.

                    Nothing. Our Air Force on its "g ..." is fighting very well all these years. When the opponents of our air force have fifth generation aircraft superior to the F-35 A, then we will start to worry, but for now they mostly have aircraft inferior to the IDF air force, both today and in the near future.
                    1. Phantom Revolution
                      Phantom Revolution 31 March 2013 22: 52
                      0
                      Quote: Aron Zaavi
                      superior to the F-35 A, then we will start to worry, but for now they mainly have planes inferior to the Air Force AOI, both today and in the near future.

                      Don’t say gop, until you jump over, while the United States gives the loot in the form of 40 billion, then yes, but as soon as the money runs out, alas, the halvah ends, oh just don’t tell me about super power, they say wars won, etc. If there were no sanctions on Iran, it would become a threat worse than the intifiad.
                      1. atalef
                        atalef April 1 2013 10: 14
                        0
                        Quote: Phantom Revolution
                        Quote: Aron Zaavi
                        superior to the F-35 A, then we will start to worry, but for now they mainly have planes inferior to the Air Force AOI, both today and in the near future.

                        Don’t say gop, until you jump over, while the United States gives the loot in the form of 40 billion, then yes, but as soon as the money runs out, alas, the halvah ends, oh just don’t tell me about super power, they say wars won, etc. If there were no sanctions on Iran, it would become a threat worse than the intifiad.

                        40 billion? Where do these numbers come from?
                        In your war, grandmothers win? Well, so the USSR threw everything that is possible into the same Syria and Egypt and where are all these grandmothers and weapons? Rusting on the neck.
                        Iran? 2500 km from us to them, 2 states between us, and how do they threaten us? Only helping bandits from Hezbollah and Hamas.
                        Better ask why Russia stopped supplying weapons to Syria? It’s just that Assad has already been written off
                      2. Phantom Revolution
                        Phantom Revolution April 1 2013 20: 00
                        +1
                        Quote: atalef
                        40 billion? Where do these numbers come from?
                        In your war, grandmothers win? Well, so the USSR threw everything that is possible into the same Syria and Egypt and where are all these grandmothers and weapons? Rusting on the neck.
                        Iran? 2500 km from us to them, 2 states between us, and how do they threaten us? Only helping bandits from Hezbollah and Hamas.
                        Better ask why Russia stopped supplying weapons to Syria? It’s just that Assad has already been written off

                        Under the new US treaty from 2018 to 2027, the year will provide Israel with military assistance for 40 billion dollars. Google, not to mention the fact that military assistance is ongoing. Only this helps not to deflate the budget of Israel.
                        Wars are won not only by people, the rules are constantly changing, alas.
                        About Syria, it gave a good rebuff to the Israeli armored units in the conflict over the heights. But alas, now Iran, which everyone is trying to strangle so as not to upset the balance of forces, Israel begins to be very afraid of the appearance of a nuclear shield, when it appears, Israel’s trump cards will come to naught.
                        About deliveries to Syria, what's the difference, consider it what you want) But the ships come and go every 1-2 months.)
                      3. Phantom Revolution
                        Phantom Revolution April 1 2013 21: 23
                        +1
                        Just give a reduced conclusion, the Israeli army is not designed for protracted battles, its task is blitzkrieg otherwise death. That's why they are trying, by hook or by crook, to maintain technical superiority over the Arabs.
            2. atalef
              atalef April 1 2013 11: 36
              +1
              Quote: tomket
              sad page in the history of your Air Force, sympathize)))))

              Well, while in the history of our Air Force there were no sad pages, sad pages were in the Air Force - Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq - armed, who do you think? laughing
  • igor67
    igor67 31 March 2013 00: 44
    +1
    Syrian rebels executed the pro-government imam, putting his head on the minaret

    publication time: 21: 27
    last update: 21: 27



    Armed Syrian rebels executed Sheikh Hassan Saif al-Din, the imam of the al-Hasan mosque in Sheikh Mahsoud in Aleppo province, who spoke out in defense of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and called for national unity.

    After the execution, the imam was beheaded and his head was displayed on the minaret of the mosque, according to the Chinese news agency Xinhua.

    The Syrian authorities have accused the Nusra Front grouping associated with the international terrorist organization Al-Qaeda.

    Saif ad-Din became the second prominent pro-government religious leader to die at the hands of the rebels. On March 21, the prominent theologian Muhammad Saeed Ramadan al-Buti was killed at the hands of a suicide bomber. Together with him, his grandson died and another 49 people, more than 80 people were injured.
    1. lechatormosis
      lechatormosis 31 March 2013 03: 56
      +4
      there is no crime that these scumbags could not commit.
      MASKS OF DEMOCRACY DESTROYED and terror has become an instrument to achieve the goal for these non-humans.
      1. Beck
        Beck 31 March 2013 17: 22
        0
        Quote: lehatormoz
        there is no crime that these scumbags would not be able to commit. MASKS OF DEMOCRACY DESTROYED and terror became an instrument to achieve the goal for these nonhumans.


        And who, when he said that terrorist organizations are democratic organizations. This shame would not exist in Syria now, if 2,5 years ago, Assad held honest, free elections as the people demanded.
        1. family tree
          family tree 31 March 2013 18: 42
          +2
          And who, when he said that terrorist organizations are democratic organizations. This shame would not exist in Syria now, if 2,5 years ago, Assad held honest, free elections as the people demanded.
          Dear, what do you call bandit formation, organized and supported by such outstanding "democracies"like USA, England, France? And at the expense of the elections, they were freer and more honest than let's say in the same "democracies". At least the Syrians, no one twisted their brains, everyone understood who they were choosing. And what does the election have to do with it? In that area of ​​absolute monarchies, there is nowhere to spit, but the same Qatar, and no one is against them, for some reason? Because they are obedient. It's just that Syria has oil, and Libya has oil, and, oddly enough, Iraq has oil, but Iran has gas. But in the DPRK there is no oil, and although they have weapons of mass destruction and they threaten from time to time, they only yap at them.
          1. Beck
            Beck April 1 2013 09: 29
            +2
            Quote: perepilka
            In that area of ​​absolute monarchies, nowhere to spit, but the same Qatar, and no one is against them, for some reason?


            You have a mess in your head from inconsistencies in the analysis, or you intentionally dumped everything in a heap.

            There are several systems for the existence of the state. Among them, democracy in which there are Japan, and the United States, and Europe, and Russia. There are monarchies. M the monarchy and democracy have their own constitution. According to the constitution of democracy, the head of state is elected in elections - President. And according to the constitution of the monarchies, the power of the head of state is king, hereditary and no election is provided at all. And by law, both that form and the other are legitimate in the international legal field.

            If he called himself a democratic state, the president should hold regular elections .. And the king, by constitution, is not obliged to hold elections. According to the constitution, he transfers power to his heir.

            Assad, in form, is not a king, he is president. But in fact, a dictator, since he received power from his father, Hafez, who received power through a military coup. But if you cover up your dictatorship with the post of president, then hold elections. The peoples of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, too, will once throw off their kings. Enlightenment abolishes monarchy. But they must do it themselves. No one will come instead to overthrow the monarchy. Now when the people on the same scale as in Syria will rise against their kings, then they will receive help from the world community.

            2,5 years ago, when there was no orthodox rabble in Syria, the people of Syria took part in peaceful demonstrations for six months and demanded fair elections. Assad shot at his people. Tom, six months later, tired of dying just like that and he took up arms. It is from this moment that the Orthodox began to penetrate into Syria and now they have flooded the country. Assad would have held elections, maybe he would have won, then there would have been no civil war in Syria now.

            Oil. And why tell stories about the capture of oil. In modern times, oil is bought, not taken.
            The USA adheres to the strategy chosen back in the mid-70s: deliveries from one country cannot exceed one sixth of the imported raw materials; Sources of this raw material should be located as close to the USA as possible. From the Middle East, the United States buys only 11,3% of its total oil consumption. 50% from Venezuela and Mexico. The remaining 38% of the USA is mined and bought in countries such as Indonesia.
            1. family tree
              family tree April 1 2013 18: 23
              +1
              Assad would have held elections, maybe he would have won, then there would have been no civil war in Syria now.

              "Don't be offended at me, but I'll tell you a very clever thing now" (c) Honest elections, this is the same utopia as communism request And yet, revolutions and coups begin in the capital, and not at the border. And oil is a funny thing, for example
              The United States buys only 11,3% of its total oil consumption. 50% from Venezuela and Mexico.
              Sources of this raw material should be located as close as possible to the United States.
              and suddenly
              More than 50% of Russia's exports to the USA are oil and oil products.
              and more: 2008 the USA exports to other countries 1433000 barrels / day.
              1. Beck
                Beck April 2 2013 07: 48
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                Quote: perepilka
                And yet, revolutions and coups begin in the capital, and not at the border.


                Protest movements can begin anywhere. Before categorically declaring, look back at the story. Mountains of Sierra Leone, Fidel, Cuba. Seaport of Kip in 1918, Germany. Benghazi, Libya. Homs, Syria.

                Quote: perepilka
                More than 50% of Russia's exports to the USA are oil and oil products.


                Where do these numbers come from? Any merchant buys where it is closer so that there are no transportation costs and why it is 50% of US oil to buy in Russia or the Middle East, so that after half a ball they bring to themselves. Until the oil reaches it, it will become much more expensive. And it’s more profitable to buy side by side in Venusuel and Mexico. Here are the numbers from the sources.

                "Currently, over 80% of the crude oil exported from Russia to non-CIS countries is supplied to the Atlantic market, primarily to Europe (2010 - 83%, or 183 million tons). The Pacific market, primarily to China, while less than 20% of deliveries are accounted for (2010 - 17%, or 38 million tons) "

                "Relatively small volumes are supplied to the USA and Canada - 6,2% (11,3 million tons),"

                And wherever the oil comes from, they DO NOT take it FOR FREE. So and so, even though the president is in power, even the king, even the dictator must pay.
                1. family tree
                  family tree April 2 2013 19: 17
                  0
                  The main importers of oil to the United States are Saudi Arabia, Angola (very close by) Mexico and Venezuela. The United States is highly dependent on OPEC policies, the United States is not going to take oil for free, it is enough to take control of the oil producing region to reduce this dependence.
                  More than 50% of Russia's exports to the USA are oil and oil products
                  I chew: more than 50% of the goods exported from Russia to the United States-oil and petroleum products are also very close, but it will be easier to agree with Russia than with OPEC.
          2. atalef
            atalef April 1 2013 10: 16
            +1
            Quote: perepilka
            And who, when he said that terrorist organizations are democratic organizations. This shame would not exist in Syria now, if 2,5 years ago, Assad held honest, free elections as the people demanded.
            Dear, what do you call bandit formation, organized and supported by such outstanding "democracies"like USA, England, France? And at the expense of the elections, they were freer and more honest than let's say in the same "democracies". At least the Syrians, no one twisted their brains, everyone understood who they were choosing. And what does the election have to do with it? In that area of ​​absolute monarchies, there is nowhere to spit, but the same Qatar, and no one is against them, for some reason? Because they are obedient. It's just that Syria has oil, and Libya has oil, and, oddly enough, Iraq has oil, but Iran has gas. But in the DPRK there is no oil, and although they have weapons of mass destruction and they threaten from time to time, they only yap at them.

            There is no oil in Syria, more precisely, such quantities that no one will fight for it
            1. family tree
              family tree April 1 2013 18: 01
              +2
              There is no oil in Syria, more precisely, such quantities that no one will fight for it
              Well yes? The leading sector of the Syrian industry, but in Israel there was no oil, until recently. Have you explored all the deposits in Syria?
  • SHOGUN
    SHOGUN 31 March 2013 04: 17
    +5
    Only I have a desire to drag in, a couple of three Western and not only liberals who openly support the "rebels" in Syria?
    1. Ruslan_F38
      Ruslan_F38 31 March 2013 17: 18
      +2
      Well dear, the majority of sane people who have not lost their human face with great pleasure would have "dragged" them, including myself.
  • redwar6
    redwar6 31 March 2013 13: 28
    +2
    It’s a pity the Syrians, all who could ..
    1. Ulysses
      Ulysses 31 March 2013 19: 50
      +1
      Nonsense.
      The "Empire of Good" took up arms against the Syrians.
      The rest are puppets. (Qatar, Turkey, the Saudis and the rabble they financed)
      It is necessary to clearly understand the situation.
      Russia, China, Iran for Syria.
      And this force is balancing now all the efforts of the Anglo-Saxons to foreign intervention.
      Nobody canceled the military cooperation between Russia and Syria.
      The rest is for the Syrians.

      Good luck to Assad and the people of Syria.
  • Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 31 March 2013 16: 49
    +2
    Look, the European little boys revived, the USA behind it. Here, a person with a bat icon with an Israeli flag laughs constantly, wiggles, so arrogant and pompous, the hero is directly biting. And he doesn’t give a damn that Syrian children are being killed for nothing and that Palestinians are being destroyed on their own land, the main thing is that he speaks from the side of the strong state of Israel, therefore he can do anything and his judgments are right because the power is behind him. Well, that’s what he thinks in view of his near-sightedness and the absence of any principles, moral foundation, which is peculiar to anyone who does not know any person (not a monkey or an animal), namely a person. This mouse does not belong to this category - a rodent in one word. I wish the Anglo-Saxons to perish, defeat the Syrian people, well then I think the picnics on the Dutch heights at this rodent will end badly, however, like the rest of the wise guys from there, probably because Israel will not be there anymore - and they warned you, we could have agreed - he is not, and now it’s too late. By the way - cheers to Hisballah - the Israeli special forces crushed well, and not one of the Cornets was soaked successfully, in a word, they taught the insolents a lesson - only that lesson was apparently not for the future.
    Here is a link about what is happening, will happen in Syria. I still hope that the Russian bear wakes up and hangs on the enemies of Syria and Iran, well, including rodents. http://3mv.ru/publ/realizuetsja_quot_generalnyj_plan_quot_pomoshhi_povstancam_dl


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    1. Allegedly
      Allegedly 31 March 2013 17: 06
      -1
      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      And don't give a damn to him that Syrian children are being killed for anything


      And why them (with Israeli flags) should be concerned about the children of goyim? The Palestinian authorities do not care about their own children, and they eat from the hands of the (Zionists), AND DO NOT COMPLETE !!!... They take money and receive help. And this whole fight in front of the cameras is just fiction. The elites of the rest of the Arab countries are even more hypocrites than the Palestinians. This is well known to all comrades with Israeli flags.

      If something is wrong, then correct me ...
      1. Ruslan_F38
        Ruslan_F38 31 March 2013 17: 14
        0
        Correct you? What are you, how can you! "Why should they (with the Israeli flags) care about the children of the goyim?" Obvious things - read my comment, dear, read carefully, the answer is there: I suggest - people, animals ... Still not clear? Well then, choose the category yourself ... Forgive Christ, if something goes wrong.
        1. atalef
          atalef April 1 2013 11: 53
          +1
          Quote: Ruslan_F38
          "Why should they (with the Israeli flags) care about the children of the goyim?"

          Well, about Jewish children do you somehow not shed tears, or something else?
          Maybe your tear came when the thugs trained in Damascus blew up buses in Israel and the children died, including?
          Maybe you adopted an orphan in your own country? Or help children. housework?
          Put things in order, then teach others.
      2. atalef
        atalef April 1 2013 11: 50
        +2
        Quote: JACOB
        If something is wrong, then correct me ...

        Goy means not a Jew.
        And honestly, my children are more expensive to me, why should I bother about other people's children. They have their own parents - this is their problem.
        In Africa, 1.5 million children die of hunger annually. I would send at least a couple of buters to the unfortunate laughing
    2. atalef
      atalef April 1 2013 11: 48
      +1
      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      And don't give a damn to him that Syrian children are being killed for anything

      I feel sorry for any children, but first tell it to Assad, who fostered all the ter groupings from Hamas, Hezbollah and Jihad - who killed hundreds of Israelis and children, including what he raised and received, now Syrian children are being killed by the thugs he raised from the same Hamas and Islamic jihad.

      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      the main thing he says from the side of a strong state israel

      If we were weak, the Arabs would probably not be nice to us (as we are with them)

      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      well then I think the picnics on the Dutch heights at this rodent will end badly,

      No, everything went even very positively

      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      By the way - cheers to Hisballah - the Israeli special forces were well crushed, and not one of the Cornets was soaked successfully, in a word they taught the insolents a lesson - only that lesson was apparently not in vain.

      Hezbollah - is written - learn materiel
      And in war, as in war, sometimes on a horse, sometimes under a horse. They had successes as well, you can talk about it with Nasrallah — the 7 year that did not crawl out of the bunker and communicating with your followers only on TV — about the victorious 2006 war of the year. And he will popularly explain to you why 7 years of a single missile * defeating * Hezbollah has not been launched towards Israel. laughing

      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      only apparently not for the future that lesson.

      Hezbollah for the future, and Assad too, promised to answer Israel, but for some reason Lebanon was bombing. laughing lol

      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      I still hope that the Russian bear wakes up and hangs on the enemies of Syria and Iran, well, and rodents, including

      Wake up already Misha
  • Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 31 March 2013 17: 37
    0
    Quote: Ruslan_F38
    Look, the European little boys revived, the USA behind it. Here, a person with a bat icon with an Israeli flag laughs constantly, wiggles, so arrogant and pompous, the hero is directly biting. And he doesn’t give a damn that Syrian children are being killed for nothing and that Palestinians are being destroyed on their own land, the main thing is that he speaks from the side of the strong state of Israel, therefore he can do anything and his judgments are right because the power is behind him. Well, that’s what he thinks in view of his near-sightedness and the absence of any principles, moral foundation, which is peculiar to anyone who does not know any person (not a monkey or an animal), namely a person. This mouse does not belong to this category - a rodent in one word. I wish the Anglo-Saxons to perish, defeat the Syrian people, well then I think the picnics on the Dutch heights at this rodent will end badly, however, like the rest of the wise guys from there, probably because Israel will not be there anymore - and they warned you, we could have agreed - he is not, and now it’s too late. By the way - cheers to Hisballah - the Israeli special forces crushed well, and not one of the Cornets was soaked successfully, in a word, they taught the insolents a lesson - only that lesson was apparently not for the future.
    Here is a link about what is happening, will happen in Syria. I still hope that the Russian bear wakes up and hangs on the enemies of Syria and Iran, well, including rodents. http://3mv.ru/publ/realizuetsja_quot_generalnyj_plan_quot_pomoshhi_povstancam_dl



    ja_vzjatija_damaska ​​/ 3-1-0-15300

    And here's another interesting link, right the fifth column: http://3mv.ru/publ/sotni_veteranov_cakhala_stremjatsja_na_sirijskuju_vojnu/1-1-0
    15298 th
  • d_t_p
    d_t_p 31 March 2013 18: 03
    0
    urory these amers, there is nothing more to say
  • staric
    staric April 1 2013 00: 24
    0
    Nothing surprising here, look towards the foggy albion. BIG GAME CONTINUES
    1. savastyanov
      savastyanov April 2 2013 22: 14
      0
      Totally powerful