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Thugs - "opposition" oppose knowledge and teachers

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Thugs - "opposition" oppose knowledge and teachers



Another mortifying atrocity was distinguished by scumbags, “oppositionists” in Syria. In the province of Aleppo, a helicopter flew over the city of Noubl, carrying seven civilians. These were the employees of the Ministry of Education, teachers, who faced an important and noble task - to ensure the delivery of school examinations for the ninth grade in the cities of Nubl and Zahra. They were transporting the necessary documents for this, tickets for schoolchildren who had not yet passed the exams, and sheets with the answers of those who had already passed.

One can only imagine how difficult it is to organize a normal educational process in conditions when gangs of terrorists operate in the province, when many neighboring villages are seized by extremist mercenaries from 29 countries of the world who rushed into the province from neighboring Turkey. I remembered one of the kindest Soviet children's books — Valentina Oseeva’s work Vasek Trubachev and His Comrades, where a group of pioneers and dedicated teachers during the war years make great efforts so that children can go to school, listen to cheerful calls to a lesson and gain knowledge . Their well-equipped school was given to a hospital for wounded soldiers. Approximately the same thing has to be done to many Syrian teachers, children and their parents - in the present conditions the path to knowledge is very thorny. Sending a child to school, mothers worry, not knowing whether he will return or not. During the mortar attacks, explosions and other crimes of terrorists killed a lot of schoolchildren and students.

Often, children have to work in classes where there is not a single window, and the walls bear signs of sniper bullets. Part of the schools was seized by militants who built their bases, headquarters, warehouses weapons and even torture chambers. After the army liberated these areas, such schools could not be walked for a long time, since the rebels desecrated everything they could into them. And in the territories where the bloody hands of the “oppositionists” gangsters did not reach, the government had to give part of the schools as temporary accommodation centers for people who, because of the same gangsters, were forced to leave their homes.

It is difficult for me to remember how last summer I personally observed how the bodies of people killed by the militants, including three teachers from the local school, were removed from a pit with construction debris on the outskirts of Damascus. In early December last year, in the suburbs of Damascus, Al-Wafidin, 29 children were killed and wounded, their teacher was killed. 21 February of this year, a terrorist attack occurred in the center of Damascus, in which teachers and students of a school for girls were injured. Do not count the number of petty terrorist attacks that carry away the lives of 1-2 people, including schoolchildren and teachers - schools have become targets for “oppositionists” who in every way seek to disrupt the educational process, because it is part of a normal life so hated by them ...
And the teachers flying in the fateful June 30 in a helicopter over the province of Aleppo did not get to their students.

A thermal missile fired by the rebels hit a helicopter. In addition to teachers, the crew members were also killed. All the "fault" of these people consisted only in the fact that they honestly fulfilled their professional duty. No one survived ...

Among those killed was Honored Teacher, Deputy Head of the Department of Education in the Province of Aleppo, Husam Muhammad Yousef.

The brutal crime against representatives of one of the most peaceful professions was sharply condemned by the Trade Union of ATS teachers, who declared: “The teachers carried light and intelligence to their students. They opposed the dark ideas of those who kill innocent people and destroy the structure of society ... The task of teachers is to educate a person. They will always resist extremism aimed against the intellectual potential of Syria. "

Syrian Prime Minister Vail Al Khalki called this brutal murder a cowardly act and stressed that it was committed after the terrorists failed to hinder the progress of the educational process in Syria and break the determination of the teachers who continued their educational activities. He also said that this atrocity will not break the Syrians, but will only make the Syrians even more resilient in the fight against terrorism.

The terrible crime was also condemned by the governor of the province of Aleppo, Muhammad Vahid Akkad, the leadership of the committee of the Arab Socialist Revival Party, the Union of the Youth of the Revolution of Syria (youth organization under the PASV), deputies of the SAR National Council and many other public figures. They expressed their condolences to the families of the victims. “This is an attempt to perpetuate ignorance and backwardness, to stop the educational process, to stop the pulse of life that continues, despite all the challenges,” said the statement of the Union of Revolution Youth. “But despite this and other atrocities of terrorists, the enemy will not be able to raise the morale of the armed groups, which every day more and more weakens before the power and valor of the Syrian Arab Army.”

Grieving over the dead innocent people, we must ask the question: are the only terrorists who staged this bloody atrocity guilty of the death of these honest citizens who worked in the most difficult conditions?

No no and one more time no! Without the support of the West, the United States, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries - both colonial predators and their obedient tools - the terrorists would have neither MANPADS, nor thermal missiles, nor the majority of the deadly means with which they kill!
Back in September last year, when it became known about the first shipments to the Syrian insurgents, they began to threaten to shoot down civilian aircraft. Then Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov, who opposed the decision, said: “The Syrian armed opposition now threatens to shoot down civilian aircraft in Syria. This is the result of the irresponsible transfer of MANPADS into their hands. ”

Since then, there have been several incidents of attempted bombardment of passenger airliners, as well as airports. Fortunately, until now accidents that could have led to the death of many passengers, could be prevented. But the helicopter with the teachers turned out to be more vulnerable ...
At the last meeting of the so-called "friends of Syria", which was held in the Qatari capital Doha, representatives of the Foreign Ministry of 11 states reiterated the need to increase the flow of weapons for the "oppositionists". As some European gentlemen have cynically stated, “this would make it possible to equalize the balance of forces between the army and the opposition.”

Gentlemen in expensive suits and ties, reasoning at Qatari tables about the "balance of power" in a foreign country, do not want to think that their reasoning only inspires the bandits to new atrocities. With their every decision, more and more blood of innocent people is being shed. And each machine gun, each rocket, each cartridge, delivered to them by the rebels - leads to new and new deaths, to tears, suffering and irreparable losses.
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  1. Dangerous
    Dangerous 1 July 2013 07: 42
    19
    The hypocrisy of the West is striking, openly recognizing and hiding such facts. Are in our world now the personal interests and interests of large companies / corporations more important than the lives of a whole people, the future of a whole country, and simply - more important than truth and justice ??
    1. anip
      anip 1 July 2013 08: 40
      11
      Quote: Dangerous
      The hypocrisy of the West is striking, openly recognizing and hiding such facts. Are in our world now the personal interests and interests of large companies / corporations more important than the lives of a whole people, the future of a whole country, and simply - more important than truth and justice ??

      Yes always so it was, and not only now. It's just that when there was the USSR, the "democratic" West had to disguise itself.
    2. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 1 July 2013 13: 32
      +4
      Quote: Dangerous
      The hypocrisy of the West is striking, openly recognizing and hiding such facts. Are in our world now the personal interests and interests of large companies / corporations more important than the lives of a whole people, the future of a whole country, and simply - more important than truth and justice ??


      And what led the Zionist-brazen-Saxon fascists ever behaved differently? These degenerates of the human race have always been doing this to their dealings without ceasing to squeal heart-rendingly, and how honest and fair they are champions of universal values.
    3. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 1 July 2013 16: 34
      +4
      Quote: Dangerous
      The hypocrisy of the West is striking, openly recognizing and hiding such facts. Are in our world now the personal interests and interests of large companies / corporations more important than the lives of a whole people, the future of a whole country, and simply - more important than truth and justice ??


      Why be surprised. The United States is conducting a fierce information war against Syria and Bashar al-Assad, in particular, and a hidden terrorist war against the entire Middle East. So that everything is completely within the genre. I will say even more: When the time for the presidential election in the SAR approaches, the US starts to make a decision about Assad’s candidacy, naturally, Assad will be elected, and then full-scale intervention in the SAR will begin according to the Iraq scenario.
    4. iafet
      iafet 2 July 2013 10: 57
      +1
      what to do, work for the military - http://my.mail.ru/community/referendum-mail/4DF02E17B0B05155.html how easy and simple it is to regain your power, your property ..))))
  2. avant-garde
    avant-garde 1 July 2013 07: 51
    20
    Everything has been said about these cattle for a long time, there’s probably nothing to add request, it remains only to hope for the early extermination of this infection and to honor the memory of the dead innocent people !!!
  3. Dima190579
    Dima190579 1 July 2013 08: 11
    +3
    Syria is not fighting the opposition but the zombies.
  4. Yun Klob
    Yun Klob 1 July 2013 08: 17
    +4
    Foolish Americans themselves incite hatreds of hatred all over the world against themselves. And sooner or later they will be reached, and the oceans will not be an obstacle.
    1. Renat
      Renat 1 July 2013 12: 22
      +2
      We can only get to the ordinary well-fed Amersky layman. And how to get that diabolical committee 300t? Freemasons and their people do not mind to achieve their hellish goals. The same twin towers. Only a fool can believe that this is the work of semi-literate Arab terrorists.
    2. Che
      Che 3 July 2013 20: 21
      0
      Quote: Yoon Klob
      Foolish Americans themselves incite hatreds of hatred all over the world against themselves. And sooner or later they will be reached, and the oceans will not be an obstacle.

      Sowing the wind the gringos will receive a storm.
  5. kind
    kind 1 July 2013 09: 00
    +3
    As some European gentlemen cynically stated, "this would allow a balance of power between the army and the opposition."

    Ohameli completely, already openly supporting bandits. All this opposition with weapons must be planted somewhere in the center of Europe, let them fight for democracy.
  6. nepopadun
    nepopadun 1 July 2013 09: 24
    +4
    Asad would have won sooner, otherwise the Americans are already tired.
  7. borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 1 July 2013 09: 35
    +3
    from the Don.
    Already there are not enough words! The resilience of the Syrian people is amazing !!! Even in these difficult times, Syria is looking to the future !!! To confront the Shishka and their henchmen? What kind of feeling of love for the Motherland should you have?
  8. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 1 July 2013 09: 47
    +6
    These cowardly jackals know how to fight only with schools and students ... So it was in Chechnya / Russia, this is what happens in Syria ...
  9. Armata
    Armata 1 July 2013 09: 56
    0
    Hi, hello and thanks. We then know how you are there. Slaughter them and teach children. Once upon a time, people in the Native Belarus did not give rest to the Nazis. And now a new threat has now appeared ..........
  10. Scandinavian
    Scandinavian 1 July 2013 10: 19
    0
    To the author for the picture 5 + ..... the topic is very
  11. ed65b
    ed65b 1 July 2013 10: 23
    +2
    Yeah, this scumbag doesn't need literate citizens. They have enough odious mullahs and stupid militants. They don’t even think about anything. He was a stranger, came to shit, killed, robbed. If they didn’t kill, he escaped. To fight with children and the population. Removed.
  12. hohryakov066
    hohryakov066 1 July 2013 10: 26
    +1
    The new crime of the "opposition" is cynically and disgustingly called a fight against an authoritarian regime! As soon as the language turns to say this after the murder of civilians! I hope that I will live until the time when the figures digging this hole will collapse into it! Elena Gromova as always + wishes of good luck!
  13. individual
    individual 1 July 2013 10: 26
    +1
    If the US threatened to "bomb" Iraq into the Stone Age,
    then the henchmen of the American special services trample on Arab civilization in a primitive communal system.
  14. krez-74
    krez-74 1 July 2013 10: 30
    +1
    The main trouble is that in any case, a huge amount of weapons will remain in the hands of thugs of all stripes! This is the main contribution of the "democratizers" to world stability, peace and security!
  15. KononAV
    KononAV 1 July 2013 10: 43
    0
    Inhumans. Where does this world go? Will there be a time when this will end.
  16. Professor
    Professor 1 July 2013 10: 50
    23 th
    In the province of Aleppo, a helicopter flew over the city of Nubl, on board of which were seven civilians. These were employees of the Ministry of Education, teachers, who faced an important and noble task - to ensure that school exams for the ninth grade were passed in the cities of Nubl and Zahra.

    You forgot to write "military helicopter", that is, camouflage and no different from those that bomb cities and villages with vacuum and cluster bombs.

    The death of innocent teachers lies with those who decided to transport them in a military helicopter area of ​​operations. The brains in power are completely resting.
    1. Zhenya-1
      Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 11: 12
      +8
      "that cities and villages are bombed with vacuum and cluster bombs" - not "cities and villages" - but buildings seized by terrorists. If these coves were not destroyed, there would be much more victims in the future, so they are bombing correctly. As for the "military helicopter" - have you seen the photo that you are so confident about camouflage? In addition, FSA terrorists have fired at civilian aircraft before - for example, an airliner approaching for landing, which could in no way be "camouflaged," they are like a mad dog biting everyone.
    2. Hemi cuda
      Hemi cuda 1 July 2013 12: 48
      +2
      Well, yes, and if there was a civilian side, then they would not have fired at it, yeah, I believe in this tale.
      1. d_trader
        d_trader 1 July 2013 15: 37
        +1
        it was they who shot the passenger plane with the whole crowd, apparently confused with the fighter. Professor check it out on YouTube give your assessment to the passing.
    3. d_trader
      d_trader 1 July 2013 15: 01
      +3
      and you still have the remnants of your conscience to protect these cove ???? !!!! I hope I still have a map of the world hanging on the wall where there will be no Israel. The country of shameless liars and killers!
    4. Fetel
      Fetel 1 July 2013 15: 33
      +2
      You forgot to write "military helicopter", that is, camouflage and no different from those that bomb cities and villages with vacuum and cluster bombs.
      - Professor, you write as if you are justifying the actions of criminals.
    5. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 July 2013 15: 54
      +9
      Quote: Professor
      , that is, camouflage color and no different from those that bombed cities and villages with vacuum and cluster bombs.

      Belgrade was bombarded with cluster bombs by NATO, white phosphorus burned women and children in Basra Iraq, and this was also done by NATO leaders. But the fact that Assad is bombarded with cluster bombs, no one says except the USA and their sixes, because there is no confirmation of the idle talk. Although you are a professor, I see proof that the United States does not need it.
      Yes, even the United States with the help of chemical weapons destroyed half of Vietnam and they also used nuclear weapons. Such benefactors of mankind.
      1. Professor
        Professor 1 July 2013 20: 29
        -3
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        But the fact that Assad is bombarded with cluster bombs, no one says except the USA and their sixes, because there is no confirmation of the idle talk.

        In what language do you discard this information? wink
        Cluster munitions Gaza Syrian city.



        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Yes, even the United States with the help of chemical weapons destroyed half of Vietnam and they also used nuclear weapons. Such benefactors of mankind.

        An article about how the allies of the USSR used nuclear weapons?
        1. uhu189
          uhu189 1 July 2013 22: 58
          +4
          Dear professor, there is no doubt about the cluster bomb on these frames. Another thing confuses a little - local residents are clearly not afraid of carefully collecting and stacking submunitions in rows, which is somehow a little alarming - who cleared them? Representatives of the Human right watch? Or are the locals themselves big mining experts? Apparently there was someone who did this to them, and obviously these bombs, if they really fell, were intended for them. And the traces of the blow are not very visible - in the first frames in the houses the glasses are whole. Yes, and some of the bomb shells look very slightly deformed (not all of course, but many). I do not want to say anything that this is falsification, etc., since I am not an expert, I just share my doubts. And after the Libyan war I already began to doubt the reliability of such personnel ...
          1. Professor
            Professor 2 July 2013 08: 01
            -1
            Quote: uhu189
            Another thing confuses a little - local residents are clearly not afraid of carefully collecting and stacking submunitions in rows, which is somehow a little alarming - who cleared them?

            1. Take an interest in the percentage of non-explosive cluster munitions.
            2. Not all rebels are equally useful smart.

            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            When did the bomb body (the same in both rollers) cover itself with such terry layers of rust?

            While lying in the warehouse, it could have covered itself with moss.

            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Where are the victims after the bombing?

            FULL NAME? Duc 100 thousands of Syrians who died in two years no one recognizes by name.

            PS
            Spread the video of the vacuum bomb again?

            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            , and you lie in comments

            Every single word is true. Baseless accusations border on insults and you as a moderator are not to the point.
            1. uhu189
              uhu189 3 July 2013 00: 45
              0
              He asked, 5-10 percent are not torn, but that’s not the question - they can still detonate when they try to pick them up, and the local idiots would not be any idiots, but he could only collect dozens of unarmored submunitions in their yard completely insane, even for human rights defenders. And human rights activists would hardly have arrived there ...

              And if not difficult, lay out the roller with the vacuum bomb. As far as I know, the Syrian armed forces have no such bombs.
              1. Professor
                Professor 3 July 2013 07: 44
                -1
                Quote: uhu189
                He asked, 5-10 percent are not torn, but that’s not the question - they can still detonate when they try to pick them up, and the local idiots would not be any idiots, but he could only collect dozens of unarmored submunitions in their yard completely insane, even for human rights defenders. And human rights activists would hardly have arrived there ...

                5-10% is only in new ammunition that is only being developed, in the adopted 15-20%. The fact that they are taken by hands is from the lack of brains. The day before yesterday I saw a video as a rebel sets a hand grenade on a lighter. Can you imagine what happened next? Unfortunately, the video was deleted.


                Quote: uhu189
                And if not difficult, lay out the roller with the vacuum bomb. As far as I know, the Syrian armed forces have no such bombs.

                http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b39_1349980990
                1. uhu189
                  uhu189 3 July 2013 11: 54
                  0
                  Thanks for the link, but for now I can’t see it, at work.
                  I’ll just venture to suggest that if they really killed or wounded someone from a cluster bomb, they wouldn’t come close to them, and they will perceive them as a toy and nothing more. I have no doubt that such bombs are used, but I’m not sure that it was the settlement that was bombed and not the positions of the militants nearby, it is quite possible that they were dragged to the house for such a fool, and then they called the film crew. Then it would explain a lot. But this is purely my assumption of course
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 3 July 2013 13: 41
                    -2
                    Quote: uhu189
                    they wouldn’t come close to them, but they perceive them as a toy and nothing more.

                    I repeat, there are no brains.

                    Quote: uhu189
                    but I’m not sure that it was the settlement that was bombed and not the positions of the militants nearby,

                    Nothing shines against rebels in open areas against the army, and they are trying to fight in settlements, and Assad regularly bombes these points. Hammer yourself in YouTube Syria bombing and see for yourself.
                    1. uhu189
                      uhu189 3 July 2013 23: 21
                      0
                      I watched the video. Well, I will say this - the assumption that this volumetric detonating ammunition is based only on the fog that stood out before the explosion. The explosion is not very powerful, and there was no ignition of the cloud as such - if you pay attention, this fog remained after the explosion, it was only dispersed by the blast wave. And to be honest - somehow I do not really believe it. Again, I share only my doubts and can not say that it was ...
                    2. Fetel
                      Fetel 4 July 2013 18: 47
                      0
                      Professor, tell me, do you really think that objects captured by terrorists cannot be bombed? And then you yourself with such a passos exclaim "and Assad is regularly bombing these points", that you might think that you are a Western propagandist, proving the need for an invasion for the sake of "protecting ordinary Syrians from the bloodthirsty Assad," meanwhile, the destruction of buildings in the city from the air or by aviation - the easiest and fastest way to guarantee the absence of military casualties. Well, anticipating your remark "and there must have been civilians," I will note that
                      1. You have no evidence that there were CIVIL. On the contrary, according to Elena Gromova and a number of other authoritative sources, with the advent of bandits, civilians as a rule leave the combat area.

                      2. Even if there were hostages seized by terrorists, in order to avoid large losses, their destruction is justified if we act in accordance with the precedent created by the United States on September 11. Let me remind you that the US government destroyed its own citizens that day by shooting down a hostage-hijacked plane by terrorists in order to prevent a much larger number of victims.
                      Although, for example, in Quseir, Homs, and in other cities, there are many cases when the military did not launch an assault, precisely because the bandits were taking cover as hostages.
        2. dustycat
          dustycat 1 July 2013 23: 09
          +3
          Professor.
          Well, the eyes are the same yes?
          When did the bomb body (the same in both rollers) cover itself with such terry layers of rust?
          SHE IS ONLY WHAT IS REMOVED FROM THE WORDS OF THE "SUFFERED".
        3. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 2 July 2013 04: 22
          +2
          Quote: Professor

          In what language do you discard this information?

          You shit bullshit professor, rob the warehouse of the air base and disassemble the cluster bomb. Where are the victims after the bombing? In Yugoslavia there were hundreds of them after the bombing, but what?
          Quote: Professor
          An article about how the allies of the USSR used nuclear weapons?

          no, an article about criminals in the person of the USA and those whom they sponsor, and you lie in commentshi
    6. Russ69
      Russ69 1 July 2013 16: 04
      +5
      Quote: Professor
      You forgot to write "military helicopter", that is, camouflage and no different from those that bomb cities and villages with vacuum and cluster bombs.

      Uh ... During the last war, Israel used phosphorus bombs in Lebanon and I don’t hear any remorse from Israel. Assad, for some reason, is bad.
      1. Professor
        Professor 1 July 2013 20: 43
        -4
        Quote: Russ69
        Uh ... During the last war, Israel used phosphorus bombs in Lebanon and I don’t hear any remorse from Israel. Assad, for some reason, is bad.

        Phosphorus bombs in Lebanon? What are you saying? Discard the link? wink

        PS
        Is it forbidden?
        1. Fetel
          Fetel 1 July 2013 22: 52
          +3
          "Cluster munitions and vacuum bombs" - PS:
          Is it forbidden?
          Ah, professor? Why are you reproaching Syria for this? After all, they bombed houses that were not captured by terrorists. I even admit that there were civilian casualties (although the bandits were caught on falsifications more than once, and you sing along to them) - but they are acceptable in order to avoid even more civilian casualties. Recall how your ally America destroyed its own citizens in a plane seized by terrorists in order to avoid even greater casualties?
          1. Professor
            Professor 2 July 2013 07: 51
            -2
            Quote: FeteL
            After all, they bombed houses that were not captured by terrorists.

            These ammunition does not work "at home", but for areal targets - around the city with everything who is there, which is a war crime.

            Quote: FeteL
            Recall how your ally America destroyed its own citizens in a plane seized by terrorists in order to avoid even greater casualties?

            Enlighten pliz. No joke, I'm not interested in delirium. fool
            1. Fetel
              Fetel 4 July 2013 18: 58
              0
              Learn materiel, Professor: http://newsru.com/world/28dec2004/mistake.html and http://palm.newsru.com/world/30apr2004/sbit.html

              As for "working on areal targets" and "war crime" - you would be ashamed to mention this, you, a citizen of a country that committed a war crime, working on AREA with shells with white phosphorus. I watched photos and videos from Gaza - the blood runs cold in my veins, as you fired on everyone.
              But in Syria, terrorists are seizing entire neighborhoods, they can be bombed with cluster bombs (although Assad did not do that - you gave me a staged video, the rusty bomb smiled). And cluster munitions in cities are not nearly as effective as in open areas. Why waste cluster munitions for terrorists who have lodged in a house if shrapnel won't even break through the walls? Another thing is the same "weaving", which calmly breaks through the roof and destroys all the bandits along with the building.
              1. Professor
                Professor 4 July 2013 21: 35
                -2
                Quote: FeteL
                Learn materiel, Professor

                Materiel, I didn’t notice something there, just speculation.

                Quote: FeteL
                As for "working on areal targets" and "war crime" - you would be ashamed to mention this, you, a citizen of a country that committed a war crime, working on AREA with shells with white phosphorus.

                Blah, blah, bla-UN did not find any war crimes. The attempt is not protected.

                I won’t even waste time on your subsequent fantasies. fool
                1. Fetel
                  Fetel 5 July 2013 10: 23
                  +1
                  Materiel, I didn’t notice something there, just speculation.
                  I'm sorry, but since you reject the obvious facts, then speculation is more for your part.

                  Bush, responding with Vice President Dick Cheney to questions posed by members of the September 11 attacks commission, admitted that he ordered a passenger plane that flew to the United States from Spain to be shot down, IBLnews reports.
                  - So the words of the US president are speculation for you, right?

                  Quote: FeteL
                  As for "working on areal targets" and "war crime" - you would be ashamed to mention this, you, a citizen of a country that committed a war crime, working on AREA with shells with white phosphorus.

                  Blah, blah, bla-UN did not find any war crimes. The attempt is not defended
                  - for starters, the UN commission did not recognize Assad’s use of cluster munitions as a military offense, nor did it recognize the fact of using these munitions, and there was no commission — but for some reason this didn’t stop you from accusing him of using them clips.

                  Professor, do you yourself notice your mistakes? Or are you, like a coward, having seen a strong opponent who defeated you, already refuse to discuss? laughing

                  And by the way, explain why you do not consider the use of one weapon that works indiscriminately, in areas, in the city, as a war crime, just because some commission decided (can you link to the mythical commission?), And you yourself accuse of committing a war crime the other side, although there was no court, no commissions, or even reliable evidence of the use of these weapons?
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 5 July 2013 10: 53
                    -1
                    Quote: FeteL
                    Professor, do you yourself notice your mistakes? Or are you, like a coward, having seen a strong opponent who defeated you, already refuse to discuss?

                    Are you a strong opponent? I don’t enter into a discussion with the demagogues, sorry for the precious time. Nevertheless, the fact that Assad used cluster munitions on his face is evidenced by material evidence.

                    Quote: FeteL
                    And by the way, explain why you do not consider the use of one weapon that works indiscriminately, in areas, in the city, as a war crime, just because some commission decided (can you link to the mythical commission?), And you yourself accuse of committing a war crime the other side, although there was no court, no commissions, or even reliable evidence of the use of these weapons?

                    Have you already written about demagogy? wink The "mythical" commission led by Richard Goldstone. Go for it.
                    1. Fetel
                      Fetel 5 July 2013 12: 29
                      0
                      Professor, you seem to have been pierced with the Goldstone Commission. Could you quote in what place this commission recognized that Israel did not use indiscriminate weapons against civilians?
                      Maybe in this:

                      The commission has irrefutable evidence that Israel used white phosphorus shells and shrapnel (flachet) ammunition in Gaza.



                      Or in this, according to the commission, during the operation, Israel attacked industrial facilities, infrastructure, civilian facilities and residential buildings, and the purpose of the strikes was to destroy these facilities and worsen the living conditions of the Palestinian civilian population, rather than military necessity.

                      So, on January 9, after false warnings the day before, the only flour mill in Gaza was hit. According to the commission, Palestinian forces did not conduct any military operations from the plant. The blow was inflicted on the most important mechanisms ensuring the operation of the plant. This, according to the commission, indicates that the purpose of the attack was precisely to stop the plant.
                      ? Yes Assad, compared with the actions of Israel is just an angel.
                      the fact that Assad used cluster munitions on his face, as evidenced by material evidence
                      - for starters, learn to spell correctly - names are capitalized. You will probably become indignant when your nickname is written with a capital letter, not a capital letter, but meanwhile write with a small letter the name of a person who is immeasurably higher than you standing in terms of social position, by capabilities, by intellect, and even by simple physical strength.

                      And, I repeat the question to which you did not answer - is it acceptable to use cluster munitions and white phosphorus shells against bandits and terrorists?
                      1. Professor
                        Professor 5 July 2013 13: 11
                        0
                        Quote: FeteL
                        Professor, you seem to have been pierced by the Goldstone Commission

                        The ice has broken, now you know that there was a UN commission that did not find a war crime in Israel’s actions. Back to Syria or discuss Vietnam, Laos or Darfur?

                        Quote: FeteL
                        To begin with, learn to spell correctly - names are capitalized. You will probably become indignant when your nickname is written with a capital letter, not a capital letter, but meanwhile, write with a small letter the name of a person who is immeasurably higher than you standing in terms of social position, by capabilities, by intellect, and even by simple physical strength

                        You teach the wife of cabbage soup to cook, and not how to write the name of Asad. wink You can write my nickname with any letter.

                        Particularly smiled intelligence (he is of course an optometrist and has a sea of ​​academic degrees and publications) and physical strength. I attribute these opuses to your young age. good

                        I never knew that Assad Komsomol, an athlete, well, just a beauty. laughing
                      2. Fetel
                        Fetel 6 July 2013 19: 46
                        0
                        Professor, tell us what kind of commission it was to investigate the crimes of Israel, if Israel did NOT LET her into the territory where these crimes were committed? Of course, you expected that she would not find any evidence of Israel's crimes - Israel simply did not let her do this - "Israel refused to cooperate with the commission, despite her persistent requests."
                        "Israel did not respond to the list of questions that the Goldstone Commission sent to the Israeli government."

                        BUT:

                        The Goldstone Commission considered that Israel had committed acts that could be considered war crimes and recommended that the case be referred to the International Criminal Court.

                        Members of the commission found that Israel attacked a civilian target - without any El Quds hospital in Gaza and the ambulance station next to it, using white phosphorus.
                        In Jabalia, Israelis fired mortars at a UN school area in which 1300 refugees were sheltering.
                        In a word, according to the findings of the Goldstone commission (incidentally, a Zionist Jew), Israel repeatedly bombarded Palestinian civilian objects and the civilian population, which, according to the Fourth Geneva Convention, is a serious war crime

                        In the subject, since you mentioned the UN:
                        "UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Richard Falk, an American Jew and professor of international law, called the Hamas-run Israeli blockade of Gaza a" crime against humanity "and said that this" crime must be investigated by the International criminal court ".

                        Professor - what are you talking about
                        Blah, blah, blah - the UN Commission found no war crimes
                        ?
      2. Fetel
        Fetel 5 July 2013 10: 26
        +1
        Professor, did you ask for a reference? I have them: http://rus.ruvr.ru/2006/10/23/615820/

        Here is even a quote from the news:
        Israel first admitted using phosphorus bombs in Lebanon


        By the way, I have a question - are phosphorus bombs and cluster munitions prohibited? tongue
        And can they be used against terrorists?
        1. Professor
          Professor 5 July 2013 11: 37
          -1
          Quote: FeteL
          Israel first admitted using phosphorus bombs in Lebanon

          According to the representative of the government ... Does he have a name? Where did he say that?
          1. Fetel
            Fetel 5 July 2013 12: 32
            0
            That is:

            "According to Minister Yaacova Edri, who is responsible for interaction with the parliament in the Israeli government," the Israel Defense Forces has various types of phosphorus munitions that were used against military targets during the fighting with Hezbollah.
            The Ha'aretz newspaper writes that during the war, the Dar al-Amad hospital in Baalbek received "three corpses with completely dried black-green skin", which is a characteristic sign of death from "white phosphorus".

            The use of phosphorus ammunition is limited by the third protocol of the Geneva Convention "On Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Specific Types of Conventional Weapons," reports NewsRu.com. "Anything else?
            1. Professor
              Professor 5 July 2013 13: 02
              0
              Quote: FeteL
              Anything else?

              Yes, of course, the full text: “The Israel Defense Forces has various types of phosphorus munitions that were usedrotive military facilities during the battles with Hezbollah, ”said Minister Jacob Edri, who is responsible for interacting with parliament in the Israeli government. According to him, phosphorus shells were used in strikes. for military targets located in open areasThe Haaretz newspaper reported yesterday.

              At the end of last week, the first charge against the use of phosphorus munitions was brought against Hezbollah. According to the Human Rights Watch, during the war, more than 100 bombs of this kind were fired towards the northern cities and villages of Israel. HRW spokesman Steve Gos said: “Not only Israel, but Hezbollah used phosphorus bombs during the war. We found more than a hundred such bombs in Israeli territory. I want to remind you that many countries have refused to use such weapons because of the damage that these bombs cause to civilians. ”

              The use of phosphorus munitions limited The Third Protocol of the Geneva Convention on the Prohibition or Restriction of the Use of Specific Conventional Weapons Which May Be Considered to cause excessive damage or have indiscriminate effect. Israel and the United States are not among the states that have signed and ratified the Protocol.
              And what does this have to do with the use of cluster munitions by the Assad for human settlements and civilians?
              1. Fetel
                Fetel 6 July 2013 19: 30
                0
                phosphorus shells were used when striking military targets in an open area
                - Professor. you yourself are not ashamed that you repeat the lies of your politicians? It seems like an adult and intelligent person, why would you lie? The photo shows Israel's shelling of a Palestinian city. Is this what you call "open area"? Is the city a "military target"?
                http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/jan/20/gaza-white-phosphorus видео с белым фосфором. Фото с пострадавшими от ожогов от израильских снарядов с БФ гражданских сами найдёте или вам поискать?

                By the way - and Assad did not sign the convention on the banning of cluster munitions, so he has every right to use them against terrorists. Your tales that he used them against civilians, let them remain on your reputation, as an example of the lies of the Israelis against Syria. Although, formally, SSA are civilians, right? After all, an army can only be considered a military unit under a LEGITIMATE government, and what kind of SNS is nafig legitimate if the Syrian people do not recognize it?
                1. Professor
                  Professor 7 July 2013 09: 11
                  0
                  Quote: FeteL
                  In the photo - Israeli shelling of a Palestinian city.

                  Quote: FeteL
                  "According to Minister Yaacova Edri, who is responsible for interaction with the parliament in the Israeli government," the Israel Defense Forces has various types of phosphorus munitions that were used against military targets during the fighting with Hezbollah.

                  You are a demagogue. Hezbollah in Gaza? Keep it up.

                  You can find the photos of the victims of burns from Israeli shells with civilian bombs from civilians or will you search?

                  Look for the report of the UN commission investigating the use of phosphorus munitions and found this use unauthorized.

                  Quote: FeteL
                  Your tales that he used them against civilians, let them remain on your reputation, as an example of the lies of the Israelis against Syria.

                  The facts of Assad's use of vacuum and cluster bombs in settlements are confirmed by facts.
                  Keep practicing verbiage, but not with me.
                  1. Fetel
                    Fetel 7 July 2013 13: 04
                    0
                    Professor, the Goldstone Commission's countdown on Israel’s use of phosphorus munitions and who found it unauthorized will suit you?

                    And in the photo - Israeli shelling of the CITY. FIRING with NON-SELECTIVE WEAPONS OPERATING WEAPONS - that is, exactly what you blame others for wassat

                    Aren't you ashamed of your lies?
                    1. Lopatov
                      Lopatov 7 July 2013 13: 34
                      0
                      Do "phosphorus munitions" exist? The only one I can remember is an American hand incendiary grenade. And that's all. There are no more ammunition using phosphorus as a means of destruction.
  17. olviko
    olviko 1 July 2013 16: 17
    +1
    It will be interesting to read the reasoning of the "professor" when Israel's sworn friends shoot down an Israeli helicopter over Israeli territory. The option is very real today. After all, the "friends of Syria" began to supply MANPADS to bearded heart-eaters, and those, as you know, have special sympathy for Israel.
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 1 July 2013 23: 10
      0
      No, it won’t.
      For a long time, they put combat systems for countering MANPADS on their civilian aircraft.
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 7 July 2013 13: 37
        0
        From several MANPADS, launched from different angles, even the equipment of military aircraft is hardly repelled.

        They will sail by boat to Cyprus, and from there by plane. What you cannot do for the victory of democracy all over the world
  18. dustycat
    dustycat 1 July 2013 22: 59
    +1
    Oh, Professor.
    Oh well, to the devil about cassette and vacuum.
    Well, you at least do not get fooled by the lice government propaganda of your politicians.
    Assad you beat is the lesser evil than the Muslim brothers.
  19. Ivan Mechanic
    Ivan Mechanic 1 July 2013 23: 23
    +1
    Do not confuse the terrorist formations of the IDF and the Syrian People’s Army. This IDF can afford to shoot down aircraft with civilians, motivating them to transport the military and only the IDF bomb peaceful cities and use vacuum and cluster bombs. Terrorists, after all!
  • papss
    papss 1 July 2013 10: 57
    +3
    Very depressing news ... what can I say ... the masks have long been dropped ... west for sure ... Only in our country the liberal lobby still forcibly democratizes us with tales of a decent world ... Another fact in a series of facts about a cynical and corrupt world USA and its allies ...
  • Zhenya-1
    Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 11: 14
    +2
    CCA terrorists are not the first to fight civilians.
  • MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 1 July 2013 11: 17
    0
    Quote: Professor
    The death of innocent teachers lies with those who decided to transport them in a military helicopter area of ​​operations. The brains in power are completely resting.

    let the states, Israel and other countries known to all, stop feeding u_b_l_y_d_k_o_v, under the fake name of "oppositionists", then there will be no all these horrors and the need to fly to students on a military helicopter, including
  • goody
    goody 1 July 2013 11: 38
    0
    Quote: Professor
    You forgot to write "military helicopter", that is, camouflage and no different from those that bomb cities and villages with vacuum and cluster bombs.
    Well, a defender of the "disadvantaged and humiliated" oppositionists has appeared. Mr. Professor, you yourself are not sick of everything that is happening in Syria, or do you have your own point of view on this matter?
    1. Professor
      Professor 1 July 2013 11: 44
      10 th
      Quote: goody
      Mr. Professor, is he not sick of everything that is happening in Syria, or do you have your own point of view on this?

      It’s sick for already 2 of the year. Simple people feel sorry. Assad would have held the elections, which the opposition demanded of him and there would be no such blood. Then there were no foreign volunteers in Syria. It was possible to disperse amicably, but the ophthalmologist ate a chair in the back, not to tear it off.
      1. Zhenya-1
        Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 12: 10
        +9
        Professor, could you answer two questions?

        1. Why would the ruling MOST give way to a small minority (opposition)?
        2. Do you know that the presidential election in Syria is scheduled for the 2014 year?

        "foreign volunteers" -)))) These "volunteers" have a salary of about 30 thousand Syrian lira per month, and some of these "volunteers", when they were captured, were sincerely surprised that it was Syria - it turns out that they were told that they are fighting against Israel)
        1. Professor
          Professor 1 July 2013 20: 15
          -3
          Quote: Zhenya-1
          1. Why would the ruling MOST give way to a small minority (opposition)?

          And I about it. Why on earth does the Alawite minority rule the Sunni majority?

          Quote: Zhenya-1
          2. Do you know that the presidential election in Syria is scheduled for the 2014 year?

          Do you know that in the 80 year Soviet citizens will live under communism?

          Quote: Zhenya-1
          "foreign volunteers" -)))) These "volunteers" have a salary of about 30 thousand Syrian lira per month, and some of these "volunteers", when they were captured, were sincerely surprised that it was Syria - it turns out that they were told that they are fighting against Israel)

          Until the fact of receiving money has been proved, even prostitution is considered to be making love.
          1. Fetel
            Fetel 1 July 2013 23: 02
            +1
            Why on earth does the Alawite minority rule the Sunni majority
            - The Syrian constitution does not distinguish between the religions of the country, the government and the army are full of Sunnis - your trolling is too thick, does not roll.

            While the fact of receiving money is not proven
            - sir, you’re not in the subject, pick up a little materiel: http://nvo.ng.ru/wars/2013-06-28/1_siria.html and http://topwar.ru/22033-siriya-opomnis-stradaet- ved-turciya-ili-skolko-sil-tratit
            -turciya-na-siriyu.html

            I’m sorry I won’t be able to show the payment - but if you pedal the topic, I’ll ask you in the same style to show you the mythical evidence of financing, for example, by the late Assad Sr. Hamas, about which the Jews so much talk.
            Just take it for granted that people, even if they are fighting only for food, must first buy these food for something, deliver gas, all sorts of little things somewhere - and at times it’s cheaper to give money for grub (a small suitcase) to platoon gangsters, than to drag them food and water - a small van. Or do you want to troll these arguments?
            1. Professor
              Professor 2 July 2013 08: 02
              -1
              Quote: FeteL
              in the government and the army is full of Sunnis

              Lists of members of the Sunni government in the studio pliz.

              sir, you are not in the subject, pick up a little materiel:

              This is not a materiel, but blah, blah, blah.
              Facts where?
          2. Misantrop
            Misantrop 1 July 2013 23: 19
            +2
            Quote: Professor
            Why on earth does the Alawite minority rule the Sunni majority?

            And why should I choose a leader (in a secular country), based not on his personal and professional qualities, but on a religious basis? The country's governing bodies are not a zoo where the assortment is required to be provided
      2. Onotollah
        Onotollah 1 July 2013 12: 13
        +7
        Quote: Professor
        Assad would have held elections

        I apologize, you would turn to the leaders of Qatar and Saudi Arabia with similar advice. There, in general, despotism and lawlessness are a monarchy.
        He said the word - he went to prison, or even cut off his head.
        Why aren’t you upholding democracy and freedom?
        And the throne of the ruling dynasty there is no longer simply assimilated, but has become part of the body.
        1. Professor
          Professor 1 July 2013 12: 23
          -5
          Quote: Onotolle
          I apologize, you would turn to the leaders of Qatar and Saudi Arabia with similar advice. There, in general, despotism and lawlessness are a monarchy.

          And it would not hurt them to hold elections.
          1. Misantrop
            Misantrop 2 July 2013 14: 43
            +1
            Quote: Professor
            And it would not hurt them to hold elections.

            Today, sitting on the balcony, I heard a conversation between two elderly girlfriends. I almost fell out of the balcony ...

            Complains in all seriousness: "I am the president chose, but he did not give me an apartment in Sevastopol. I will not go to vote anymore! "Is it normal to match work and remuneration for it? laughing
        2. Zhenya-1
          Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 12: 24
          0
          It will not turn, it is, IMHO, the allies of Israel in the anti-Syrian coalition.
  • goody
    goody 1 July 2013 11: 53
    +3
    Judging by the mood of ordinary people in Syria, they do not need another leader. I think the majority supports it. And if you play by the rules of the opposition, look at Libya. Rivers of blood still flow.
    1. Professor
      Professor 1 July 2013 12: 02
      -5
      Quote: goody
      I think the majority supports it.

      But here we don’t need to think about elections, and then let the Syrian people live with the leader they want.
      1. Zhenya-1
        Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 12: 12
        +7
        Elections in Syria are scheduled for 2014 if you are not in the know.
        And before the election, Assad was legitimate, according to Syrian laws, orders and customs, a ruler.
        The emir of Qatar came to power by means of a coup (overthrowing his father) - we bet that you don’t have ANY old comment that somehow condemns him?
        1. Professor
          Professor 1 July 2013 12: 25
          -6
          Quote: Zhenya-1
          according to Syrian laws

          In violation of the Syrian constitution, he became president, did not pass the age limit. This is by the way.
          1. Zhenya-1
            Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 14: 14
            +2
            How is it in violation of the constitution, if PARLIAMENT, the source of the country's legislative power, has reduced the minimum age for those who want to become president? Consequently, there was no violation of Syrian laws.
            But the fact that the overwhelming majority of the parliament was devoted to the Assad family - so in the East they traditionally love strong and popular leaders, so it is not surprising that the people believed Assad Jr. - this was confirmed at a referendum, by the way (though not a pin-wasp nor did it recognize the results, although Syria did not need it). Yes, and love, even if Assad Jr. seized power in the country by force, through a coup, and this is not the basis for any interference in the affairs of Syria, is not it?
      2. dustycat
        dustycat 1 July 2013 23: 15
        +3
        Professor.
        Someone Adolf Schicklgrubber came to power through democratic elections and procedures.
        Vichy was also democratically elected.

        So it’s not a fact that Assad will lose the next election.
        No wonder Brzezinski proposes to leave Assad alone with the condition not to take part in the following.
        Only problem is that even then the one for whom Assad will stand will win.
      3. Misantrop
        Misantrop 2 July 2013 14: 46
        +2
        Quote: Professor
        But here we don’t need to think about elections, and then let the Syrian people live with the leader they want.

        And to hold elections until, as a result of them, a candidate who suits ... the USA comes. Until then, all the election results will not be democratic and rigged. Already passed it in Ukraine in 2005
  • stroporez
    stroporez 1 July 2013 12: 08
    0
    Shoto is not so with this world ......... definitely ....
  • igor67
    igor67 1 July 2013 12: 10
    -6
    China first called Syria a hotbed of extremism

    On Monday, July 1, Chinese state media outlets accused the Syrian government and opposition forces of reproaching them for training Muslim extremists.

    They are the leaders of the PRC who are responsible for the bloody riots in the far western region of China's Xinjiang. These unrest has been going on there for four years.

    China has traditionally blamed the violence in Xinjiang, where the Turkic-speaking Uyghur people live, on Islamic separatists who want to create an independent state of East Turkestan.

    Syria sounded for the first time in this context.
    1. Zhenya-1
      Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 12: 16
      +3
      "MI accused the Syrian government and opposition forces" - explain that, is this how it accused both sides of the conflict? Otherwise, there is a picture of how the Syrian government and the opposition together prepare Muslim extremists for China, an ally of the Syrian government and an opponent of those very extremists. Something in your post doesn't add up, don't you think?
      1. igor67
        igor67 1 July 2013 12: 39
        0
        China is simply afraid of the Arab spring at home, Sunni Muslims are Uighurs, large reserves of oil and gas, as well as rare earth metals, and another 57 mined minerals were found in the territory of the Xinjiang Uyghurs, plus this area is China’s economic gate to Pakistan, etc. . Does China need instability?
        1. stroporez
          stroporez 1 July 2013 12: 53
          +5
          hurt yourself ---- militants, how to churn out amers on a conveyor belt, Israel, the EU, Arab kingdoms, etc. and the "Syrian regime" is to blame
        2. Zhenya-1
          Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 14: 18
          +4
          Igor, what other "Arab spring" in China? The cat cried so much about these Uighurs, while Syria is fighting against radical Islamism - that is, against what China is "afraid" of, so why should he condemn the Syrian government? Do you see a discrepancy?
          1. igor67
            igor67 1 July 2013 16: 40
            -5
            Quote: Zhenya-1
            Igor, what other "Arab spring" in China? The cat cried so much about these Uighurs, while Syria is fighting against radical Islamism - that is, against what China is "afraid" of, so why should he condemn the Syrian government? Do you see a discrepancy?

            There are 9 million of them in China, it’s clear that this is a zilch for China, but the area of ​​their residence is economically important, well, the Chinese authorities will not resettle them or even destroy them, and the guys want independence from China, and the states are working hard on it
            1. Fetel
              Fetel 1 July 2013 18: 08
              +1
              The United States against China something to do the navel will untie.
              Say at least independence? An elephant can take 20 kg of orcovy, 30 kg of cabbage, 15 kg of apples at a time - but who will give it ...
            2. dustycat
              dustycat 1 July 2013 23: 30
              0
              You do know.
              In our market these Uighurs are very dofig.
              And somehow they are not very strong towards their neighbors intolerant.
              Somehow they don’t mind living in China.
              Russian of course is much more figurative than the valley ones.
              And to the question of what you were boiling about - they answer - they simply tried to establish the order of the bandits from drugs. Moreover, it’s good that the bandits were defeated, they say that life has become calmer.
              So the whole question is how to name the bandits.
              Drug traffickers sharing zones of influence or self-government fighters.
            3. stroporez
              stroporez 2 July 2013 11: 51
              0
              I think we need to work hard on the fact that all sorts of different militants lived in the states, Israel, Qatar and others. Don't let the "common people" themselves, before bloody belching, gorge themselves on the "democracy" they themselves generated ......... I think Israeli mothers will quickly sober up when this scum begins to haw the hearts of their children ........ at least it would be JUST .........
    2. Setrac
      Setrac 1 July 2013 20: 30
      +1
      Quote: igor67
      China first called Syria a hotbed of extremism

      China will be surprised by this fact.
  • fenix57
    fenix57 1 July 2013 13: 27
    +1
    Quote: krez-74
    The main trouble is that in any case, a huge amount of weapons will remain in the hands of thugs of all stripes! This is the main contribution of the "democratizers" to world stability, peace and security!

    And in the end this weapon will be directed against the same "friends of Syria" by these same scumbags! angry
  • MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 1 July 2013 13: 33
    +5
    Quote: Professor
    Assad would have held the elections, which the opposition demanded of him and there would be no such blood. Then there were no foreign volunteers in Syria.

    Comrade Professor, do you yourself believe in what you write? it feels like an american zombie writes
    1. Zhenya-1
      Zhenya-1 1 July 2013 14: 15
      +3
      Professor is not a zombie. Professor image-maker-propagandist (the one who makes zombies).
  • MRomanovich
    MRomanovich 1 July 2013 13: 39
    0
    Quote: igor67
    They are the leaders of the PRC who are responsible for the bloody riots in the far western region of China's Xinjiang. These unrest has been going on there for four years.

    Processing of the Uyghurs began even before the events in Syria, and this is a well-known fact, from which the statement of China looks like an open flirtation with the states, which mainly fed the Uyghurs and once again gives reason to doubt the reliability of China.
  • Petrovich
    Petrovich 1 July 2013 15: 01
    +1
    large reserves of oil and gas, as well as rare-earth metals found in the territory of the Xinjiang Uighurs [/ quote] Do you still have no crap? Then we go to you! In the future we will read news from those parts ...
  • Petrovich
    Petrovich 1 July 2013 15: 03
    0
    I start to recognize thundering articles by style. :-)
  • ISpy
    ISpy 1 July 2013 15: 16
    -1
    I have nothing against Assad, but the article, although correct, is poorly written. In North Korean (early USSR), brainwashing style, a la "the predatory clique of Western countries is eating babies again, let's rally and defeat the imperialist hydra with a united front" and further on, with a bunch of pathos. A normal article would be more useless. And this only remains to be pulled out for quotes for leaflets, which are then dropped over Syria for propaganda.
    1. Fetel
      Fetel 1 July 2013 15: 38
      +2
      Show an example - write a correct and good article, better than this.
    2. Onotollah
      Onotollah 1 July 2013 18: 53
      0
      Quote: ISpy
      "the predatory clique of Western countries is eating babies again, let's rally and defeat the imperialist hydra with a united front"

      In this case, not infants, but the internal organs of people, moreover, filming this on camera.
      But to crush the imperialist hydra - isn’t this the right and pious thing?
  • J. Tapia
    J. Tapia 1 July 2013 15: 29
    +1
    Hmm ... like everyone was once a child. and these ub.dki too
  • Russ69
    Russ69 1 July 2013 16: 17
    +2
    DUBAI, Jul 1 - RIA Novosti, Nadim Zuaui. The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) called on the UN Security Council to hold an urgent meeting to end the blockade of the Syrian city of Homs, where government forces are conducting special operations against militants.
    "It is necessary to prevent the crime that the Syrian regime and its allies are preparing to commit against the residents of Homs and the suburbs," the organization, which brings together the six oil and gas-rich states of the Persian Gulf, said in a statement. According to them, Syrian troops have surrounded Homs and are preparing to storm it with the support of fighters from the Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah.
    After the success in El Quseir, the Syrian army is conducting an operation to neutralize the militants in several directions at once, including in Aleppo and Homs. Government forces surrounded the areas of the city where the militants are located, but so far have not taken them under full control.
    The head of the armed wing of the Syrian opposition, Salim Idris, urged all militants to go to Homs, where, according to him, a decisive battle is taking place.
    Homs is the third most populated city of Syria, an important transportation hub connecting several Syrian provinces at once.


    Apparently the army is squeezing them, oh ... squeezing them.
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 1 July 2013 23: 19
      0
      So learn how to beat them.
      This goblins only use that one tactic that they interpreted mattresses.
  • valokordin
    valokordin 1 July 2013 16: 49
    +2
    The eternal memory of the fallen teachers, the death of the scumbags of the opposition bandits and their Western accomplices and instructors, it is time to transfer the armed opposition to the countries that support them and begin Shiite jihad there against these U.S. B.D. I don’t understand why the last word is obscene.
  • uhu189
    uhu189 1 July 2013 17: 08
    +2
    Everything that is written in the article is certainly correct, but I had one single question - why did a civilian helicopter fly with civilians over the war zone where the gunmen shot it down? It is clear to these cattle that it doesn’t matter if the helicopter needs to be shot down, it doesn’t matter whether he is a civilian or a military man. Who plotted for him and who had the idea of ​​sending a regular helicopter unaccompanied over hostile territory?
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 1 July 2013 23: 17
      +2
      Take a look at the map of controlled territories on the wiki.
      There is situevina as in Chechnya.
      In the afternoon some command, in the evening others, at night the third, and who in the morning nobody knows.
  • faraon
    faraon 2 July 2013 01: 35
    -4
    Quote: d_trader
    and you still have the remnants of your conscience to protect these cove ???? !!!! I hope I still have a map of the world hanging on the wall where there will be no Israel. The country of shameless liars and killers!

    and do not hope you will not live hi
    1. sichevik
      sichevik 2 July 2013 16: 51
      +2
      Wait and see...
      Not yet evening. Hitler also created his Reich for thousands of years. How did it turn out?