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Erdogan drinks a bitter pill, while the Syrian army frees Aleppo

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Erdogan drinks a bitter pill, while the Syrian army frees AleppoSyrian Pill for Erdogan


Perhaps the most violent enemy of Syria over the past two years has been Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Dreaming of the revival of the Ottoman Empire, he most loudly attacked the independent Syrian leadership. Insulted President Bashar Al-Assad with dirty words - why not give an evil little dog a chance to have such “dogs” like the United States and NATO behind it? During his last visit to the US, Erdogan tried to persuade Obama to immediately introduce a “no-fly zone” over Syria — that is, simply to bomb the SAR, as was done with Libya. And one of the most egregious acts of Erdogan was the detention of the Syrian plane flying on the flight Moscow - Damascus, when the Russians were left hungry, they did not let the consul and even the doctor come to them, although they had to provide all the passengers with a free hotel until the flight was allowed . Moreover, the aircraft’s cargo was seized and not returned until now, although nothing was forbidden there.

Erdogan did all this under the pretext of "the struggle for democracy." He called Bashar al-Assad only as a "tyrant" and "cruel oppressor." Bred demagogy on the topic that once the demonstrators oppose the Syrian leader, he must leave. When the Syrian side proposed to Turkey to come to an agreement on border security, Erdogan sharply rejected this proposal, stating that "Bashar al-Assad must first agree with his people." Everywhere, where it is possible, it was covered with the concept "people". Depicted suffering for the Syrians.

But, as they say, "he sees a speck in another's eye, and does not notice it in his own log." Erdogan did not condemn himself when he dispersed a 1 May demonstration in Taksim Square with tear gas and did not call himself a cruel oppressor. Now it is this square in Istanbul that marked the beginning of its end.
The demands of the citizens were peaceful - they were in favor of preserving the last green island in the stone city. Contrary to the desire of businessmen behind the Erdoganov's "Justice and Development Party", build a shopping center on the site of the park. In response to the protests, the “great democrat” Erdogan responded with tear gas and water cannons.

I emphasize - in response to peaceful protests!

Worth returning to recent history Syria. When some people, called up by the “Arab Spring”, took to the streets, the UAR President Bashar Al-Assad listened to their reasonable demands. He announced reforms. Amendments were made to the Constitution, then a national referendum on the new Constitution was held. After that, new parliamentary elections were held. That is, the head of state fulfilled the peaceful and legal demands of the protesters. Another thing is that the forces behind the conspiracy, including Erdogan, did not need reforms or democracy in Syria — they needed to translate the conflict into an armed channel in order to destroy the rival country and throw it back. In addition, Erdogan also raped his personal material benefits - with his direct complicity, the equipment of factories and factories in Aleppo was plundered and taken to Turkey. Also there were many Syrian historical values. That's the whole "revolution".

As for Erdogan, he said that he would not fulfill a single demand of the protesters. He “forgot” his rhetoric about “suffering people,” announced his people, who came out with legitimate demands, “thugs” and “hooligans”. During the hottest phase of the confrontation, when his regime suffered a threat of falling, he fled to Tunisia. And from there he stated that he was ready to "hang the protesters on those trees that they protect."

To date, 4 people have died in Turkey, more than 3 thousands have suffered. Thousands of people are imprisoned.

Erdogan was forced to drink a bitter pill, made according to the recipe, which was intended for Syria. And where did all his supposedly democratic beliefs go? When disturbing events began in Syria, Erdogan said: “Assad must leave,” and now, when his own people told him “No,” he says that “the demonstrators must leave.” And this is instead of thinking where to go yourself. As they say in Syria, maybe Doha would agree to accept him.

North Storm - Syria Prepares to Release Aleppo

When the Syrian army liberated Al-Xayr, the High Command announced that this victory would be the beginning of other victories that would continue until the country was completely liberated from terrorist groups. Currently, Operation North Storm is starting to free the city of Aleppo.

Aleppo is the second largest Syrian city and was considered its economic capital. Most of the industrial enterprises were concentrated there. For a long time, he was away from the tumultuous and terrible events that swept Syria. By no means did the rebels manage to win over the inhabitants of the city to their side. Residents of Aleppo went to the central square, making huge demonstrations in support of the legitimate leadership. When the League of Arab States adopted a resolution against Syria at the end of 2011, the Aleppians organized a huge tent camp to protest the involvement of the Arab League in their country's affairs. I, who was then in Syria for the first time, happened to attend this event. It was especially pleasant that, along with the Syrian flags, there were Russian ones. The delegation from Russia was met by city residents with joyful shouts “Russia, Russia!”

With the start of 2012, the first terrorist attacks began in Aleppo that claimed the lives of innocent citizens. But this could not break the will of the Aleppians, who hated the terrorists. Particularly strong provocations began after the unsuccessful assault on Damascus in July 2012. Then, the militants (not without the help of foreign intelligence services) managed to kill the country's leading security officials during the July 18 meeting. But the militants attempt to take Damascus completely failed, faced with the resistance of the army and residents of the capital. But they needed so much success! And then they took on Aleppo.
Terrorists would never have managed to take a single urban quarter of the economic capital of Syria, if, firstly, a part of the army would not have to be withdrawn to protect Damascus, secondly, there would be no treachery, thirdly - and this is the main factor - At that time, a massive influx of Al-Qaida terrorists from Turkey would not start.

The fighting for Aleppo destroyed a lot of the beautiful things that were in the city. Ancient markets built under Alexander the Great were burned ... The historical library was plundered. The famous Aleppa Citadel suffered, depicted on the works of many painters and attracted the attention of many tourists who visited the city in times of peace. The beautiful and ancient Umayyad Great Mosque was turned into a burnt skeleton, its southern wall and minaret were blown up by gangsters.

Businesses suffered the most. More than 1000 of them were completely looted, their equipment exported to Turkey. It should be noted that, despite the gravity of the situation, before the fighting in Aleppo, the Syrians did not suffer so economically. Thanks to the efforts of the leadership, it was possible to restrain the rise in prices and inflation. There were many products and industrial products in the country at prices 4-5 times lower than in Russia. Since then, as Aleppo was struck - at the very heart of the economy - no more titanic efforts have been able to hold back prices…

If militants in Al-Ksayrah’s crimes were involved in penetrating Lebanon with the help of the Al Mustaqbal bloc, under the leadership of the notorious Saad Hariri, the main role in the suffering of Aleppo was played by Erdogan’s regime in Turkey. From there was the main stream weapons and terrorists trained in camps in Turkish territory.

But the rebels and the forces that supported them still failed to implement their plans completely in Aleppo. They were eager to seize the city entirely, to arrange there "Syrian Benghazi." They said that the Istanbul Council was about to be transported there - a kind of political body of pseudo-revolutionaries. But thanks to the resilience of many residents of the city and military personnel, the terrorists never managed to seize the city entirely. Fighting went for separate quarters. Even where extremists managed to settle, the earth was burning under their feet, and there was no question of any transportation by the Istanbul Council.

By now, the army has cleared 18 of gangsters of settlements to the north of the city. For several months, militants were operating there.

The following case shows how ordinary citizens live under the rule of these “freedom fighters”.

An 15-year-old teenager in Aleppo made a living by selling coffee on the streets. Militants asked him to sell them "in debt" - which, given their gangster morals, could only mean that they would not return the debt. The boy refused. They began to talk to him about the “values ​​of jihad”. He replied that if even the Prophet Mohammed came down from heaven, it would not have forced him to sell on credit. In response, the teenager grabbed. Then a “Sharia court” took place over it. The sentence was harsh - the death penalty "for atheism." The boy was killed.

Now the Syrian army is freeing the settlements of Al-Atareb, Khreytan, Anadan in the province of Aleppo. The clashes continue in the area of ​​the Ming airfield. The rebels repeatedly stated that they had managed to seize the airfield, but each time they suffered heavy losses and were forced to retreat.

At present, when Erdogan will not be able to support the terrorists, and the supply chain of the rebels from Lebanon is blocked by the city of Al-Xayr - it remains only to wish the Syrian army success in defeating the terrorists in the north of the country.
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  2. smart ass
    smart ass 11 June 2013 08: 05
    65
    Rather, the war would have ended. The Syrian people have already suffered enough.
    1. Phantom Revolution
      Phantom Revolution 11 June 2013 08: 14
      10
      Qatar if Syria does not fall itself will drink a bitter pill because of the option of bankruptcy. So for another year 2-3 will continue minor attacks.
      1. Ruslan_F38
        Ruslan_F38 11 June 2013 09: 41
        29
        The war in Syria should end with the victory of Assad. And the Turks must overthrow the animal of Erdogan and his puppet government.
        1. APASUS
          APASUS 11 June 2013 17: 59
          +9
          Quote: Ruslan_F38
          Turks must overthrow Erdogan's animal

          Erdogan did not know the proverb.
          Do not dig a hole for another, you will fall into it yourself!
          And it seems to hit ...!
        2. Quiet
          Quiet 11 June 2013 20: 26
          +8
          The war in Syria should end with the victory of Assad

          Assad is doomed to victory !!! Behind him, all his people to the voice of which he listens !!! hi
    2. avdkrd
      avdkrd 11 June 2013 10: 00
      19
      Yes, the people in Syria suffered, but this war rallied the Syrians like no other. At the moment, this is a holistic society, despite many concessions. Vaccinations of democracy under the flag of al-Qaeda will last for a very long time.
      1. Owl
        Owl 11 June 2013 10: 15
        15
        After the destruction (squeezing out of Syria) of large units of opposition mercenaries, sabotage-terrorist acts will continue for a fairly long period of time. The situation will be similar to the situation on the territory of the Chechen Republic in the period 2001-2008, the main thing is that B. Asad does not repeat Russia's mistakes, does not put a criminal nationalist element in supposedly limited power.
    3. Explore
      Explore 11 June 2013 11: 01
      +2
      As long as the West and neighboring countries support and finance the opposition, the war will not end. One mercenary is being replaced by another. The Syrian army is too small to consistently cover all its borders. It’s bad when all the neighbors are behind the scenes fighting with you, albeit not with their own hands.
      1. _Forgiven_
        _Forgiven_ 14 June 2013 01: 09
        0
        I think the sharashka will cover itself from Turkey. since Erdogan has a more important problem - his own people will soon smash the capital. He needs to worry about this, not the introduction of a no-fly zone in Syria. Although the notion of a "no-fly zone" with the arrival of three hundred in Syria is somewhat extensible ... Which country would like to give its planes to a three hundred baby? even geyropa settled down a little ... and began to oppose the introduction of troops into Syria
    4. alexkross83
      alexkross83 11 June 2013 12: 19
      +4
      The war will end soon, no one was going to betray Syria, to raise competitors in the extraction and sale of energy resources, too, but in Turkey, it seems to me the political tone will become softer. Russia also means something in this world and is not a "whipping boy".
    5. honest jew
      honest jew 11 June 2013 15: 23
      14
      God bless Assad !! Give good health and longevity !!
    6. fisherman
      fisherman 11 June 2013 17: 46
      +7
      Victory to Assad!
      1. 755962
        755962 11 June 2013 21: 19
        +1
        Israel will not attack Syria, even if they place the S-300
        Israel will not strike at Syria even if Russian S-300 air defense systems are deployed there, Faina Kirshenbaum, the country's deputy interior minister, made such a statement.


        http://www.newsru.com/world/11jun2013/no_attack.html
        1. Arkan
          Arkan 11 June 2013 22: 07
          +5
          Quote: 755962
          Israel will not attack Syria, even if they place the S-300

          laughing In this statement, the word "even" is clearly superfluous ...
          1. _Forgiven_
            _Forgiven_ 14 June 2013 01: 23
            +2
            In one birthplace, a German, a Jewish woman, and a Russian give birth.
            At discharge, the nurse makes three babies with the words the tags are lost, so figure it out yourself whose. The German thought and how the hal Hitler shouts one child raised a German handle with the words it takes mine and leaves. The Russian silently takes the second and goes to the exit - the Hebrew - wait how you determined that it is yours - and when the German shouted my fists clenched and your crap . So forget about Jewish special forces
        2. hollger
          hollger 12 June 2013 19: 47
          -1
          Quote: 755962
          strike at Syria

          Air probably yes, but the tanks are already at the border. They have no other choice, our S-300 complexes will cover the territory of Israel completely, and in case of a big war with Iran, this is not good.
    7. AntonR7
      AntonR7 11 June 2013 23: 06
      +4
      If Russia ends, it will also steadily support Syria of its ally.
    8. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 12 June 2013 13: 48
      +2
      Thanks to Elena Gromova for the article)
  3. Phantom Revolution
    Phantom Revolution 11 June 2013 08: 15
    44
    Thanks to Syria for grinding the radicals for us. And a speedy victory for Assad and a return to peaceful life.
    1. Vasya Ivanov
      Vasya Ivanov 11 June 2013 08: 42
      +9
      I am also for ending the war, but I understand with reason that the United States and the Zionists will not release Syria. Not for that, they started all this fuss in order to be so simple to build. Here it is already a matter of principle whether they will win (NATO and vassals) or we (Russia, Iran and China, are in doubt). As for Erdogan, he will soon be exchanged for a more radical and pliable comrade who will go to war in the open to Syria. And then, Israel and Al Qaeda are not smart in fighting in tandem in Syria, you need a link.
      1. Phantom Revolution
        Phantom Revolution 11 June 2013 12: 40
        +9
        I agree with you, they just won’t let go, here is the image and financial interests and geopolitical. A lot is at stake.

        At the expense of Erdogan, here's a pretty interesting video analytics.

  4. erased
    erased 11 June 2013 08: 32
    +4
    And one of the most egregious acts of Erdogan was the detention of a Syrian plane flying on a Moscow-Damascus flight, when the Russians left hungry, did not let the consul and even a doctor go to them, although they should have provided all passengers with a free hotel until the time they were allowed to fly . Moreover, the cargo was seized and has not been returned so far, although there was nothing forbidden there.

    And where is the president of the Russian Federation and his pack? Why didn’t they stand up for the citizens of Russia? Why didn’t they send a note of protest, didn’t they freeze relations with the Turks? Why did the consul not make his way to the people?
    Unprofitable, reluctant or spit? And why then be surprised that all over the world Russians are spat on, humiliated and killed? If the authorities do not give a damn about their citizens, then they don’t give a damn to others either!
    Here you have the guarantors of the constitution. They can guarantee security only to their contributions in the West!
    1. lawyer
      lawyer 11 June 2013 08: 43
      26 th
      Why didn’t you make it? but because our pack together with Lavrov are clowns who only say abstruse things, but in fact into the bushes. If we would freeze the flow of tourists to Turkey, we would know then, and so everyone would not give a damn about our citizens in Syria.
      1. d1m1drol
        d1m1drol 11 June 2013 08: 50
        +4
        What did they freeze? What nonsense is this? Ordinary people should not feel difficulties with freedom of movement. Where are you from to us trolls?
      2. dmitrich
        dmitrich 11 June 2013 12: 12
        +6
        close your mouth stinky, your pack is Erdogan and other scum.
    2. d1m1drol
      d1m1drol 11 June 2013 08: 47
      +8
      Firstly. The diplomats must have worked. The second time you raise such questions why, probably you have versions because?! And you did not think that diplomacy is a very cautious and complex process. A diplomat is not a boxer. A war over an airplane, where no one was seriously injured, no one in their right mind will start. And your koment for mail.ru. I'm sorry, you probably should have turned to you, Colonel General.
  5. Tarpon
    Tarpon 11 June 2013 08: 39
    +8
    ... Erdogan was forced to drink a bitter pill, made according to the recipe, which was intended for Syria. ...

    I haven’t drunk it fully yet, but I hope that Erdogan will not succeed in avoiding the bitter pill.
    1. Rebus
      Rebus 11 June 2013 12: 18
      +2
      Quote: Tarpon
      that Erdogan will not succeed in avoiding the bitter pill.

      Definitely !!! The law of "sowing and reaping" in action, that Erdogan sowed and let him devour ...
  6. treskoed
    treskoed 11 June 2013 08: 39
    14

    As for Erdogan, he said that he would not comply with any demands of the protesters. He “forgot” his rhetoric about the “suffering people”, declared his people, who came out with legal requirements, “pogromists” and “hooligans”.

    Come on, "humanists", support the opposition in Turkey!
    1. stariy
      stariy 11 June 2013 09: 01
      22
      Quote: treskoed
      Come on, "humanists", support the opposition in Turkey!

      Where is the witch of the Khimki forest? Why doesn’t she raise money to overthrow the bloody regime of Erdogan?
      1. Che
        Che 12 June 2013 09: 57
        +1
        Quote: stariy
        Where is the witch of the Khimki forest? Why doesn’t she raise money to overthrow the bloody regime of Erdogan?

        She wasn’t paid for it, that’s keeping her mouth shut. They will give the dough, then it’s barking.
  7. zambo
    zambo 11 June 2013 09: 02
    17
    Elena, once again, we express our gratitude for the truthful and courageous coverage of the Syrian events. And a little more positive ...
    Summary of events in a number of provinces of Syria on June 9Anna Dymova 10/06/2013
    The Syrian army has announced the launch of a large-scale counter-terrorist operation in Aleppo province called the "Northern Hurricane". In the northwest, intense fighting is already taking place in the villages of Al-Mansoor, Kafr Dail and Maaret Al-Artik.
    In Kafr Hamra, Al-Mansur and Maaret Al-Artik, all entrances are blocked by the army, and many terrorists, most of whom are foreign mercenaries, have been destroyed in clashes.
    A large number of terrorists, including Afghans and Chechens, liquidated in the village of Tall Shweikhna, which is located between the villages of Al-Mansoura and Kafr Dail.
    Another village - Kilikia, which is located between Anadan and Kafr Hamra - is completely taken under the control of the Syrian army and militia.
    4 Grad rockets that exploded in the village of Nubbul, which continues to remain in the ring of bandit groups, resulted in the deaths of 6 of its residents, including a pregnant woman. Among the injured 9 citizens - 4 children.
    A large-scale operation by an army unit consisting of 300 soldiers and volunteers from the Al-Baath Battalion, aimed at clearing the territory of the Christian region of Sheikh Maksud, has borne fruit in the form of control over all 4 entrances and part of the urban development, which makes it possible to take positions opposite the fortified area militants entrenched in the quarter.
    In the province of Raqqa, gangs launched a serious attack on the military base of the 17th division of the Syrian army. Liva Ahrar Al-Sham Al-Islamiya fired rockets and artillery shells on the territory of the facility, as a result of which there are killed and wounded among the personnel of the unit. The terrorists de-energized the entire area and attempted an assault from two directions at once - from the direction of the village of Al-Assadiya and Al-Mazarea. Most of the attackers are well-trained foreign mercenaries. Immediately after the start of the attack, the Syrian Air Force raided the positions of the bandit formations, destroying the heavy artillery pieces and ammunition they owned at low altitude. In turn, from inside the facility, artillery struck at the militant units. During the clash, 18 attackers were neutralized, 51 were injured, five of them in serious condition. Some of the corpses of the terrorists still remain on the battlefield, despite the desperate attempts of the militants to take them out, which fall under intense fire from the military.
    In the city of Raqqa, a militia unit also launched a successful operation, luring a large detachment of terrorists to Al-Bayatra Street, who were immediately attacked by an Air Force plane and lost 25 of their members.
    In the village of Al-Hajar, as a result of a special operation, the leader of the "Katbe Ahrar A-Sham" bandit group Fares Abdel-Illya Abdel-Rahman and several of his subordinates were neutralized.
    In Idleb province, near the city of Jisr Ash-Shugur, militants mined a donkey and sent it to one of the army facilities, but it exploded before arriving at the site. Similar cases involving mined animals are not rare. One of them is connected with the tragicomic incident when a donkey with an IED attached to the body, when sent by the terrorists to attack, returned home and detonated its militant owners, destroying several scum at the cost of their own lives. The donkey pleased.
    In the province of Daraa, at the eastern entrance to the city of Enkhel, artillery and rocket forces attacked the hideouts of the Jabhat al-Nusra and FSA militants. More than 20 members of gangs were killed, including the leader of the Jabhat al-Nusra group, a citizen of Qatar, Mutlak al-Dosari, and a field commander of its other unit, a Jordanian citizen Fawaz al-Bashabsh.
    1. Grigorich 1962
      Grigorich 1962 11 June 2013 12: 39
      +1
      good news .... but they would be more complete if you attached a combat map to the text
    2. Curculum
      Curculum 11 June 2013 13: 55
      +4
      Quote: zamboy
      The donkey pleased.

      It turns out that these hoopoes even jammed the carrots, so the donkey came back ...
    3. Che
      Che 12 June 2013 10: 03
      +1
      Quote: zamboy
      In Idleb province, near the city of Jisr Ash-Shugur, militants mined a donkey and sent it to one of the army facilities, but it exploded before arriving at the site. Similar cases involving mined animals are not rare. One of them is connected with the tragicomic incident when a donkey with an IED attached to the body, when sent by the terrorists to attack, returned home and detonated its militant owners, destroying several scum at the cost of their own lives. The donkey pleased.


      wassat Donkeys are smarter than these bandits.
  8. omsbon
    omsbon 11 June 2013 09: 05
    +6
    It seems to me that it is NOT the planned demonstrations of the opposition in Turkey, this is an offensive, bitter pill for striped political scientists, organizers of the "orange" revolutions!
    1. _Forgiven_
      _Forgiven_ 14 June 2013 01: 34
      0
      Events in Turkey are another provocation. The West most likely realized that Syria would not give up just like that, and the matter should be hushed up somehow. So everything will switch to Turkey, the militants will stop supplying weapons, and the Syrian army will finish them while they think what they should do next. No weapons, and Uncle Sam left them. The attitude towards Syria has fundamentally changed the announcement of the supply of s-300. This complex would not be as bad as the Western media denigrate it, would not have been peeping about it for so long.
      PS Not very good .. to .. it usually ruins, but it shrinks)
      Thank you very much to the author of the article for the new data on the situation in the territory of the Syrian state.
  9. goody
    goody 11 June 2013 09: 09
    +3
    Resistance to the people of Syria! Victory to Assad!
  10. Restor
    Restor 11 June 2013 09: 11
    +7
    That’s where the Arab spring really needs to come is on the Arabian Peninsula. And it looks like Turkey is turning in exactly that direction.
  11. Trapperxnumx
    Trapperxnumx 11 June 2013 09: 54
    +3
    Quote: stariy
    Quote: treskoed
    Come on, "humanists", support the opposition in Turkey!

    Where is the witch of the Khimki forest? Why doesn’t she raise money to overthrow the bloody regime of Erdogan?

    Straight to the point !!!
  12. Denis_SF
    Denis_SF 11 June 2013 09: 59
    +2
    Erdogan did all this under the pretext of "the struggle for democracy." He called Bashar al-Assad nothing more than a "tyrant" and "cruel oppressor."

    “Since they have sown the wind, they will reap the storm” (Hosea 8: 7)
  13. dc120mm
    dc120mm 11 June 2013 10: 21
    14
    Good luck to Assad in Aleppo!
  14. cpk72
    cpk72 11 June 2013 10: 22
    +8
    Heavy fighting has been reported from the northwestern suburbs of Aleppo, where government forces launched Operation Northern Storm. Fierce resistance is offered by militants from the "Chechen brigade" in the area of ​​Kafr Khamra and the Central Prison. The militants use the entire available range of weapons from recoilless guns and anti-tank systems to captured tanks and infantry fighting vehicles.

    A rumor spread among the militants of the "Chechen brigade" that "Kadyrovtsy" - the special forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Chechen Republic - had allegedly arrived in Aleppo. The purpose of such units is to destroy the Caucasian extremists. The bandits from the North Caucasus have already promised to "come to the Caucasus" from Syria to "kill Kadyrovtsy".
    1. poquello
      poquello 11 June 2013 22: 33
      +4
      "Among the militants of the" Chechen brigade "a rumor has spread that" Kadyrovtsy "- special forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Chechen Republic have allegedly arrived in Aleppo. The purpose of such units is to destroy the Caucasian extremists. The bandits from the North Caucasus have already promised to" come to the Caucasus "from Syria to" kill Kadyrovtsy "."

      They could not promise, and so it is clear that this scum will make its way to the Caucasus and kill who will have to. The brother of what is silent, would give money or sheep for the heads of thugs.
    2. Che
      Che 12 June 2013 10: 07
      +2
      Quote: cpk72
      A rumor spread among the militants of the "Chechen brigade" that "Kadyrovtsy" - the special forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Chechen Republic - had allegedly arrived in Aleppo. The purpose of such units is to destroy the Caucasian extremists.


      If this is true, then Kadyrov respect. The right thing is to destroy the rats.
      1. fartfraer
        fartfraer 12 June 2013 13: 06
        0
        is he not one of the militants himself? before respecting, find out who Kadyrov is
        1. evfrat
          evfrat 17 June 2013 01: 23
          0
          catcher of "odious shaitans" (c)
  15. Kushadasov
    Kushadasov 11 June 2013 10: 24
    +9
    All the same, God marks the assault! More recently, in VO angrily condemned the actions and statements of this Erdogan. It turns out that the boomerang flew even faster than expected. The bad thing, of course, is gloating. But I really want to gloat. So a scoundrel and a must !!
  16. Dejavu
    Dejavu 11 June 2013 10: 31
    +4
    When all this Syrian madhouse ends, I want to finally find out if ours helped. I am sure that yes, but that's how and how no one knows yet. But I do not think that our ships there scurried back and forth for nothing. God help our Syrian friends and heavenly punishment on the head of bearded Canalean geeks.
    1. Akhtuba73
      Akhtuba73 11 June 2013 16: 44
      +3
      It is worth looking at the latest photos and videos of columns of Assad troops participating in the operations and recall the same army 2 years ago. The difference in the quality of weapons is visible to the naked eye (sorry for the pun). Has Assad not been hiding new equipment for these two years?
      BUT!!! The most important thing is PEOPLE, FIGHTERS !!! Decision and experience work wonders! We also went through this ... the boilers of the 41st and the assault on Berlin ... people are making a victory, even if they get it.
  17. Dejavu
    Dejavu 11 June 2013 10: 43
    +4
    He returned home and blew up his master-fighters, at the cost of his own life destroying several scum.


    Damn sorry for the donkey, but from the bottom of my heart I neighing laughing
    1. d1m1drol
      d1m1drol 11 June 2013 10: 59
      +4
      I almost collapsed from the chair with laughter laughing But the burro is a pity. A real martyr! laughing
  18. UzRus
    UzRus 11 June 2013 11: 39
    +5
    Syrians - good luck in the fight against offspring! Erdogan - well, no comment, or else there will be ...
  19. revnagan
    revnagan 11 June 2013 11: 39
    +5
    Quote: d1m1drol
    But the burro is a pity. A real martyr!

    Yeah, my own among mine. good
  20. MAG
    MAG 11 June 2013 11: 39
    +1
    There is still such news, true or not, - A thousand US marines have been transferred to the Syrian-Jordanian border, Iranian media reported.

    At the beginning of last week, American infantrymen from the 26th expeditionary force arrived in the Jordanian port of Aqaba, reports MIGnews.com with reference to the Iranian PressTV.

    Americans “under a strong Jordanian escort” were transferred to the border with Syria. Washington and Amman refuse to comment on reports of the size and activity of the US military in the kingdom.

    Washington and Amman refuse to comment on reports of the size and activity of the US military in the kingdom.
    1. T-130
      T-130 11 June 2013 12: 46
      +4
      The level of training of the US Marines is hardly higher than the level of the Syrian military, equipment is certainly better, but in real battles equipment does not always play a decisive role!
      1. antibanukurayza
        antibanukurayza 11 June 2013 13: 14
        +5
        For the Syrians there will be every stone, every bush and every tree, because they protect the homeland. And the land of Syria will pack Americans in its bowels. It is one thing to fight on a foreign land and quite another to defend one’s land. History is full of examples, and whoever wants to test it for themselves - go for it! But we will be a little sorry for you ...
  21. SAASA IVANOV
    SAASA IVANOV 11 June 2013 12: 17
    +5
    Quote: Vasya Ivanov
    I am also for ending the war, but I understand with reason that the United States and the Zionists will not release Syria. Not for that, they started all this fuss in order to be so simple to build. Here it is already a matter of principle whether they will win (NATO and vassals) or we (Russia, Iran and China, are in doubt). As for Erdogan, he will soon be exchanged for a more radical and pliable comrade who will go to war in the open to Syria. And then, Israel and Al Qaeda are not smart in fighting in tandem in Syria, you need a link.



    They will have this second Vietnam. They will leave with shame.
  22. cartridge
    cartridge 11 June 2013 12: 43
    +5
    We must take the initiative to establish the International Tribunal for the Crimes of Mercenaries in Syria!
    1. Che
      Che 12 June 2013 10: 12
      0
      Quote: cartridge
      We must take the initiative to establish the International Tribunal for the Crimes of Mercenaries in Syria!


      At the UN rostrum, this idea should be voiced. Our diplomats must hurry, rats to a logical end.
  23. Grigorich 1962
    Grigorich 1962 11 June 2013 12: 43
    +2
    The people of Syria will win! .... all scum will be shattered with disgrace! ....
  24. T-130
    T-130 11 June 2013 12: 50
    +4
    An interesting alignment: Syria needs democracy, but the Turks will manage without it! But the revolution not only devours its creators, but also has the properties to spread to neighboring territories!
  25. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 11 June 2013 12: 50
    +4
    The Turks were strumming weapons on the Syrian border recently .. The coolest people came out against the deforestation .. and now the revolution is direct .. (maybe our special services together with the Syrian worked)) heh heh .. It’s healthy ..
    1. nersmail
      nersmail 11 June 2013 18: 31
      +2
      He just dispersed a peaceful demonstration of his face now showed, that's all. Maybe it sounds evil, but they deserve their nasty policy, so that they began Syria there
    2. воронов
      воронов 12 June 2013 00: 17
      0
      Quote: MIKHAN
      The Turks were strumming weapons on the Syrian border recently .. The coolest people came out against the deforestation .. and now the revolution is direct .. (maybe our special services together with the Syrian worked)) heh heh .. It’s healthy ..

      Erdogan for which he "fought" and ran into it himself
  26. Dawn
    Dawn 11 June 2013 13: 00
    +5
    Syria's success in rebuilding, too much is destroyed there!
  27. Geisenberg
    Geisenberg 11 June 2013 13: 33
    0
    Already better. ... but there are a lot of emotions anyway. Lena, we need facts, even if laid out in your romantic manner.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 11 June 2013 14: 11
      +1
      Elena, how much can one post in meaning one and the same thing? Everyone has already told you a long time ago-We are for Bashar and wish him victory! Don’t pour water! Better write about the real situation at the fronts. how aviation works, etc. This is much more important!
  28. Kirgudum
    Kirgudum 11 June 2013 13: 38
    +6
    Let him eat his own medicine!
    1. Restor
      Restor 11 June 2013 22: 34
      +1
      It’s precisely noticed - treat the like with the like ...
  29. mizantropi
    mizantropi 11 June 2013 14: 25
    +3
    The SAR army, acting at the same pace, using the tactics worked out in recent months, is COMPLETELY able to successfully end this war. Aleppo will be taken, it is only a matter of time. For Russia, the main task is to prevent direct military intervention in Syria by NATO, Israel and other bastards. Victory to the people of Syria and its Army!
  30. knn54
    knn54 11 June 2013 14: 51
    0
    If "wavka" is in your head, you have to drink brilliant green!
    And for some reason, the Head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis Dzhamilev is silent. It's strange, because Erdogan is his best friend.
    1. Hudo
      Hudo 11 June 2013 19: 31
      +2
      Quote: knn54
      And for some reason, the Head of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis Dzhamilev is silent. It's strange, because Erdogan is his best friend.


      He is not up to it. The Dzhemilevsky hatch from the SCS with a telescopic sight shot a member of his organized criminal group ... By chance, from a window on the second floor ... With one bullet in the head it will hit his shoulder and hip. It's not up to the Erdogans - you need to collect bakshish.
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  32. Bekzat
    Bekzat 11 June 2013 16: 55
    +5
    Greetings to all, "The beautiful and ancient Umayyad Great Mosque has been turned into a charred skeleton, its southern wall and minaret have been blown up by bandits." - Are these Muslims? Who destroyed the ancient mosque, how dare they call themselves Muslims? Destroyed the Temple? They are NOT HUMANS !!! Hiding behind Islam, atrocities !!!
  33. mark021105
    mark021105 11 June 2013 16: 56
    +4
    I hope Erdogan is now "not up to trivia" ... Let the voice of the people feel on his own skin. "Uncle Vova" told him, don't go where they don't ask, do construction, business, no, he had to be smart and think of himself as the guardian of the Muslim shitty world. He reaps what he sowed ... Good luck to him, now in the struggle for democracy in his country ...
  34. Yun Klob
    Yun Klob 11 June 2013 17: 38
    +5
    Erdokan guessed.
  35. nersmail
    nersmail 11 June 2013 18: 14
    +3
    Great article, thanks. Turkey is the main source of instability in the region, with its policy of "0 problems with neighbors", which, as it turned out, is essentially a revival of the ideas of pan-Turkism. True, apparently, Erdogan will fall from his own weapons
  36. zinander
    zinander 11 June 2013 18: 29
    0
    Quote: lawyer
    Why didn’t you make it? but because our pack together with Lavrov are clowns who only say abstruse things, but in fact into the bushes. If we would freeze the flow of tourists to Turkey, we would know then, and so everyone would not give a damn about our citizens in Syria.

    Try to freeze ... it’s easier to freeze you trolls ..
  37. Apollo
    Apollo 11 June 2013 18: 54
    +8
    No comments.

    1. Arkan
      Arkan 11 June 2013 21: 56
      +2
      If these protests are really organized by the Americans, this is a very risky step, Turkey has internal forces capable of intercepting the initiative - and Turkey stores a couple of dozen nuclear warheads of the US Army (America has always been more than loyal to the regimes that have deployed US nuclear weapons on their territory) .. If we assume that external forces are exerting pressure on Erdogan in this way, then it could be Qatar and Saudi Arabia. It is interesting - if Turkey "goes to the razor" Israel will think of bombing American military facilities in order to prevent American weapons from falling into the hands of terrorists? smile
    2. Che
      Che 12 June 2013 10: 35
      +1
      Thanks to Apollo for the video, I listened with pleasure to Nikolai Starikov. Yes, Russia needs to be strong, it is just a necessity.
  38. cool.ya-nikola
    cool.ya-nikola 11 June 2013 19: 30
    +6
    Many thanks to Elena for her, as always, wonderful article! I wish you further creative success!
    Because, if you briefly formulate the "dreams" of the Syrian opposition, the main idea of ​​which boils down to two words: - DEATH OF RUSSIA !, you should wish Bashar Assad complete and unconditional victory!
    As for Erdogan, in connection with the events taking place in Turkey, I would like to congratulate the aforementioned gentleman on joining the club of "tyrants" and "cruel oppressors". And how would Erdogan "sing" if his compatriots in Ankara and Istanbul, these same "pogromists" and "hooligans", would follow the example of their Syrian "brothers" with Kalashnikovs and RPGs?
  39. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 11 June 2013 19: 51
    +2
    Mr. Erdogan (with respect): no need to drive the blizzard to Syria, you can freeze yourself ...
  40. Denis08
    Denis08 11 June 2013 20: 23
    0
    But he also noticed the double standards of the EU, "I admire" his observation ....)))
  41. USSR
    USSR 11 June 2013 21: 54
    0
    Why Onishchenko is silent - it is necessary to block the flow of tourists and then Perdogan will live more fun !!
  42. poquello
    poquello 11 June 2013 22: 00
    +4
    "A 15-year-old teenager in Aleppo made his living selling coffee on the streets. The militants asked him to sell them" on credit "- which, given their gangster manners, could only mean that they would not repay the debt. The boy refused. They began to tell him about the “values ​​of jihad.” He replied that even if the Prophet Muhammad had descended from heaven, it would not have forced him to sell on credit. In response, the teenager was arrested. Then a “Sharia court” was held against him. The verdict was harsh - death penalty "for atheism. The boy was killed."

    Somehow the West is calm about killing children, the main thing is that they don’t drink alcohol.
  43. falcon
    falcon 11 June 2013 22: 09
    +3
    Here is the "Arab spring" and has come to Turkey ... the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation-urgently apply to the UN Security Council with a proposal on
    the creation of a no-fly zone over Turkey.
  44. Naval
    Naval 11 June 2013 23: 56
    +3
    There will be no NATO invasion, there will be no victory of the gangs. Russia will not betray, NATO will not turn up. It turns out everything rests on Russia. Viva Russia !!!
  45. vkrav
    vkrav 12 June 2013 00: 54
    +4
    An interesting look at the situation in Turkey from Heydar Jamal:
    Maybe today there is no specific task for Erdogan to leave, there is a specific task to make him a little funny, a little constrained in maneuver. In fact, it is really funny when a person supports, say, Tahrir, and then suddenly it turns out that it all starts at his home. And he says the exact opposite things, begins to speak the language of Mubarak, which he recently scoffed at. He becomes ridiculous, and power, which is ridiculous, loses authority. Let it be without authority, funny, but formally in power.

    Fully here:
    http://www.fergananews.com/articles/7757
  46. kshifs
    kshifs 12 June 2013 05: 13
    +1
    Donkey shahid is of course ridiculous. It is also funny that the USA is so zealously defending Al Qaeda.
  47. Marconi41
    Marconi41 12 June 2013 05: 25
    +1
    Good luck to the Syrians in Aleppo!
    I really hope that in the next couple of months the Russian Federation will not politically allow NATO’s invasion of Syria (it’s not necessary anymore). But then Syria will have to help economically - otherwise everything will start anew: demonstrations, lengthy rallies, provocations - armed conflict.
  48. Glory to Russia.
    Glory to Russia. 12 June 2013 15: 46
    +1
    May God give the Syrians the strength to end the war by destroying this radical scum.
    Glory to the Syrian people and speedy victory. Bashar al-Assad, hold on man, your people are for you, Russia is with you!
  49. s-serg
    s-serg 12 June 2013 22: 05
    +1
    Bashar al-Assad - a man who could survive in circumstances so complex that not everyone is given,
  50. Androsh
    Androsh 13 June 2013 01: 58
    0
    Erdogan, I do not advise you to meddle in Syria and weakened Greece .. Russian tanks will gladly liberate Constantinople (Istanbul).