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Syria: scenes from life

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In Syria, the civil war between the authorities and the opposition is already 2.5. According to UN official data, more than 100 000 people died in the country during this time, and the number of refugees from the country has long exceeded 1 million people. Street battles and air attacks leave behind the wreckage of the oldest cities in the world.




Because of the war, the state, in fact, is divided into 3 parts, each of which has its own flag, power structures and the judicial system. President Bashar Assad’s regime maintains control over the corridor running from north to south along the Mediterranean coast, while much of the interior of Syria and the south-west of the country remain in the hands of the rebels.

And here they are, launching an improvised rocket, Deir Al-Zor, 16 Jun 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Khalil Ashawi):



The city of Homs, formerly known as Amesa, is first mentioned around 2300 BC. Now the center of the ancient city looks something like this, 31 July 2013. (Photo by Joseph Eid | AFP | Getty Images):



Deir-ez-Zor is a city in northeastern Syria, on the right bank of the Euphrates River. Ruins of buildings, rubbish ... 17 Jun 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Khalil Ashawi):



On the streets of cities you can meet such individuals with self-made anti-aircraft installations, Aleppo, 24, June 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Muzaffar Salman):



Al-Qusayr is a city in the west of Syria. In 2013, during the Civil War in Syria, became the scene of fierce fighting between government forces and insurgent troops. (Photo AP Photo | SANA):



Church in Qusayr. Vandals unscrewed the head of the statue, 1 August 2013. (Photo by Joseph Eid | AFP | Getty Images):



Fields of cereals on fire after another shelling, Syria, 6 Jun 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Abdalghne Karoof):



Fighter of the Free Syrian Army, Aleppo, 11 Jun 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Hamid Khatib):



However, not everyone in Syria is at war, some of them have fun here, especially children. Aleppo, 23 July 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Hamid Khatib):



Former amusement park in Deir al-Zor, 21 July 2013. See also The Forgotten Wonderland: Abandoned Amusement Parks. (Photo by Reuters | Karam Jamal):



Technique at the military airport captured by the rebels, 11 August 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Mahmoud Hassano):



Destroyed a former Russian-made helicopter, 11 August 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Mahmoud Hassano):



The rebels. People of all ages are fighting here. Damascus, 8 August 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Mohamed Abdullah):



Aleppo is one of the oldest, ever-populated cities in the world, it was already settled, most likely by the 6 millennium BC. And these are our days, 20 Jun 2013. (Photo by Reuters | George Ourfalian):



It’s hard to find a home in Aleppo, not riddled with bullets, 3 Jun 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Muzaffar Salman):



Craftsmen do something with a bomb in a workshop, the city of Rakka, 5 August 2013. See also the article “Deadly weapon"Syrian rebels." (Photo by Mezar Matar | AFP | Getty Images):



Another fighter. Demonstrates in the workshop the death belt, the city of Raqqa, 5 August 2013. (Photo by Mezar Matar | AFP | Getty Images):



Government forces patrol the city of Homs on tankJuly 31, 2013. (Photo by Joseph Eid | AFP | Getty Images):



Abandoned cars, 7 Jun 2013. Something like the footage from the movie "Welcome to Zombilend." (Photo STR | AFP | Getty Images):



Wounded boy. As already mentioned, only according to official UN statistics, more than 100 000 people have died in the country since the beginning of the civil war, and the number of refugees from the country has long exceeded 1 million people. (Photo by Reuters | Bassam Khabieh):



Residents are trying to find their belongings among the wreckage of houses after the bombing, Aleppo, 27 July 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Hamid Khatib):



The dead. City of Rakka, 10 August 2013. (Photo by Alice Martins | AFP | Getty Images):



Barricades in the streets, Syria, 10 July 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Muzaffar Salman):



Colorful fighter. Aleppo, 4 July 2013. (Photo by Daniel Leal-Olivas | AFP | Getty Images):



Rebel with his son. Aleppo, 24 Jun 2013. This is Syria today. (Photo by Reuters | Muzaffar Salman):

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  1. vasiliysxx
    vasiliysxx 20 August 2013 07: 28 New
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    monkeys from all over the world gather, it is time for us to deliver something more efficient in spite of the screeching of "our partners", otherwise these non-humans are like cockroaches in all the cracks.
    1. Zhenya
      Zhenya 20 August 2013 13: 58 New
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      I "liked" that the author posted militants, not government forces.
      The author, let me lay out the fighters from other angles for you well? 100 killed creatures, here generally support Assad, and not monkeys from around the world.
      1. Zhenya
        Zhenya 20 August 2013 14: 04 New
        +7

        "The Gallant Rebel Army".
        1. Zhenya
          Zhenya 20 August 2013 14: 11 New
          11

          Well, you see, they look so much better.
          1. Geisenberg
            Geisenberg 20 August 2013 21: 40 New
            +1
            Quote: Marrying
            Well, you see, they look so much better.


            So, after all, the Vochi recharged, they bought hands ...
      2. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 20 August 2013 21: 36 New
        +9
        Quote: Marrying
        I "liked" that the author posted militants, not government forces.
        The author, let me lay out the fighters from other angles for you well? 100 killed creatures, here generally support Assad, and not monkeys from around the world.


        It is not clear where the local censorship is looking. Terrorists are called opposition fighters ... a goat who makes a land mine for a terrorist act - a craftsman, etc. ...
        1. old man54
          old man54 20 August 2013 22: 41 New
          +2
          Quote: Geisenberg
          It is not clear where the local censorship is looking. Terrorists are called opposition fighters ... a goat who makes a land mine for a terrorist act - a craftsman, etc.

          but warnings for warning come to me from moderators, and when you write the truth that all smart people know, and you don’t swear of course. Apparently the amers bought the site, huh? Or al Qaeda? What do you think?
      3. old man54
        old man54 20 August 2013 22: 36 New
        +6
        Quote: Marrying
        I "liked" that the author posted militants, not government forces.

        and you do not understand that the author unequivocally supports these types of "militants", who in fact are not people and thugs? The article is actually about it! Like show "human thug"!
        And what is more interesting is that the article itself is not signed, the author is afraid of something ?? I will not be surprised at all, but rather even with a high degree of probability I will assume that the author of the article is a famous "professor" from the site !! angry
        1. Yarbay
          Yarbay 20 August 2013 22: 42 New
          +6
          Quote: old man54
          and what is incomprehensible to you, that the author

          Obviously a professor)) he loves to line up this kind of pictures)) he was only too shy to apparently subscribe))
          1. old man54
            old man54 20 August 2013 23: 11 New
            +4
            The desire appeared, to be puzzled and to search on the net for pictures and videos where Hamas, Palestinians and all sorts of the like kill Jews, blow them up on the streets of their cities and more. Materials where they are shown not as completely as Western media usually present them to us, but by good, kind sons and loving fathers. How bad they hurt after the raids of Jewish aviation. And to put it all on the site too, to the delight of the same professor and shoble under the flag with the star of David! What do you think?
            1. Apollo
              Apollo 20 August 2013 23: 15 New
              +3
              Quote: old man54
              A desire appeared, to be puzzled and search the web for pictures and videos where Hamas, Palestinians and all sorts of the like kill Jews, blow them up on the streets of their cities and more. Materials where they are shown not as completely as Western media usually present them to us, but by good and good sons and loving fathers. How bad they hurt after the raids of Jewish aviation. And to put it all on the site too, to the delight of the same professor and shoble under the flag with the star of David!
              What do you think?


              so that words with deeds do not diverge, prepare an article and agree with the administration of the forum, post on the site.
              1. old man54
                old man54 20 August 2013 23: 26 New
                +1
                Quote: Apollon
                so that words with deeds do not diverge, prepare an article and agree with the administration of the forum, post on the site.

                If I write an article about this, as I can and as I understand it, then most likely the same S.V. will find a bunch of reasons again not to hang it on the site, as it was already. So ... faith is somehow undermined already, somewhat, I'm sorry! hi
  2. Sakolik
    Sakolik 20 August 2013 08: 24 New
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    For just one injured boy, you need to destroy all the jackals that flooded Syria! I can’t say for others, but I will say for myself, if my son was wounded or killed, I would not have calmed down until I killed the last gunman. God forbid, of course, such tests are for us.
  3. Tuzik
    Tuzik 20 August 2013 08: 27 New
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    again, the terrorists show how good they are and what the evil Assad did to their beloved country,
    the rebel with the child is touching, but shooting aliens is nothing.
    1. old man54
      old man54 21 August 2013 00: 14 New
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      here is a video, not of the most hospitable and adequate politician of the State Duma deputy (EP) Fedorov E., but nevertheless he speaks quite bluntly and bluntly. it’s good that he is not the only one who broadcasts in it, that is, there is a certain selection of opinions. Now look for similarities and feature articles and this video!
  4. ICT
    ICT 20 August 2013 08: 29 New
    -1
    Quote: Sakolik
    if my son was wounded or killed, I would not have calmed down until the last gunman destroyed


    and if only he died during an air raid?
    1. Sakolik
      Sakolik 20 August 2013 08: 40 New
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      If the grandmother had eggs, she would be a grandfather.
  5. desertfox
    desertfox 20 August 2013 08: 46 New
    +8
    Craftsmen do something with a bomb in a workshop

    What does it mean to do something? Explosives will be smelted to make bombs that will terrorize the population of Syria.
    Another action movie. Demonstrates a suicide belt in a workshop

    And here are the bombs for which tol was smelted from shells ...
  6. aserg2527
    aserg2527 20 August 2013 09: 19 New
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    Strange somehow! The title is "Syria: Scenes from Life", and in the photo there are practically only militants. although, if you look at the authors, it becomes clear why only one side of the conflict is shown.
    1. sincman
      sincman 20 August 2013 12: 32 New
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      Another profanity and staged footage from Reuters! Not even one side of the conflict is shown, but a small part of it, moreover, correctly selected propaganda, striking the emotions of people and not logic and reason. Where the destroyers of a peaceful and friendly country are represented as angels - martyrs, who behind the scenes turn into occult demons of war with cutting off the heads of the "unfaithful", eating internal organs, rape and murder of civilians and other abominations. At the same time, their lovely children from infancy join to cut the "unfaithful" heads in order to resemble their angel fathers, and all these abominations are documented by numerous videos that are periodically cleaned up by specially trained moderators on YouTube. All this is just another tub of lies from the Biblical Project corporation on the heads of gullible citizens - their flock! This is how these works of "brave" photographers should be perceived.

      1. sincman
        sincman 20 August 2013 12: 59 New
        +3
        Who doubted the veracity of my words along the link:
        http://greenkomitet.ru/forum/sobytiya-novosti/siriya/606-siriya-boeviki-zastavly
        ayut-rebenka-otrubit-golovu-plenniku-18-a.html
        Such videos are regularly cleaned up by "democrats" so as not to denigrate these angels in the flesh. If the video on the link is already deleted, just google that video.
        1. old man54
          old man54 20 August 2013 22: 47 New
          +3
          Quote: sincman
          Such videos are regularly cleaned up by "democrats" so as not to denigrate these angels

          Kolega, henceforth do not use this beautiful and bright word - ANGEL, appealing to these creatures, and to any other scum too, okay? Otherwise, next time I won’t understand you ... negative
          I put you "+", in spite of this blunder, they could at least take the word in quotation marks !!! fool
          1. sincman
            sincman 21 August 2013 00: 24 New
            +2
            Quote: old man54
            I put you "+", in spite of this blunder, they could at least take the word in quotation marks !!!

            Of course, this comparison was a 100% mockery of the photographs presented. I apologize for applying this bright word to these scum. But you look at the photo ... there are sheer cuties. That's the comparison ... Surely on most of these photos there are simply actors (given the repeated facts of fakes and falsifications), having nothing to do with field thugs. But the truth is not necessary for the average layman! Otherwise there will be no desired effect!
  7. LaGlobal
    LaGlobal 20 August 2013 09: 21 New
    +6
    At one time, we were already at war. Therefore, in the near future, it is unlikely that we will send troops there. It seems to me that all this will not end soon, no matter how sad it may sound.

    But hopes do not go out! Syrians, hold on, bear it! We are with you!
  8. Vladimir 9322
    Vladimir 9322 20 August 2013 09: 50 New
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    It is strange to talk about the bandits that they are rebels. Eat human organs in front of the camera, shoot children, women and the elderly. In modern conditions, terminology is also one of the types of weapons. We must remember that Syria is now fighting for Russia. It is necessary to call a spade a spade.
  9. krpmlws
    krpmlws 20 August 2013 09: 53 New
    10
    Maybe it's enough to use the term "oppositionists" in relation to terrorists and traitors?
    1. michajlo
      michajlo 21 August 2013 03: 12 New
      +2
      krpmlws SU Yesterday, 09:53
      Good evening, dear Michael!
      You are absolutely right!

      All these words and phrases "peaceful oppositionists" (with a bruise on the shoulder and a callus on the index finger) "should be swept aside and only the correct designation" Wahhabist intervention in Syria "should be used.

      Since I used the term "Muslim intervention" several times here, it turned out to be a mistake. This was explained to me here by members of the forum, professing Islam, who said that such "rabble and their mentors" have nothing to do with Islam and ONLY hide behind the Koran and dishonor Muslims.

      And here in the West (and specifically here in Slovakia), all the official media, without exception, all lament over the "weakness of the position" and spit on the Syrian army and President Assad, and also hate Russia and Putin for supporting a just cause ...
      In a word, the ideological war is going on to its fullest everywhere and the professors are brainwashed without respite.

      Question to Admins:
      Why is it possible to post Articles without indicating your last name, pen name or Nick?
      Is it that it turns out that any muck can be advertised here?
      Or were all the articles at least fluently scanned by the Admins?

      Thank you dear admins for your future reply, Mikhailo.
  10. Yeraz
    Yeraz 20 August 2013 10: 47 New
    -12
    Well, these people with weapons couldn’t walk so calmly, if all the Syrian people are on Assad’s side, it’s the same when Putin’s absolute support in St. Petersburg and armed people walk quietly, if the army couldn’t cope, they would arm the people and that’s all.
    Here, as if all the Syrian people on the side of Assad were not propagandizing, this is not true for 2.5 years. Kurds are why they quietly operate in the Kurdish-populated regions of Turkey, and not in the Turkish-populated, because there is support from the local population, maybe not strong, but sufficient to calmly roam off, the same thing in the northern Caucasus.
    Therefore, the word rebels is applicable to them, and the methods of struggle are EAST in the war, cruelty is normal, but the fact that one heart is eaten, you need to go to a psychological dispensary at night)))
    1. sincman
      sincman 20 August 2013 12: 48 New
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      Quote: Yeraz
      Well, these people with weapons couldn’t walk so calmly, if all the Syrian people are on Assad’s side, it’s the same when Putin’s absolute support in St. Petersburg and armed people walk quietly, if the army couldn’t cope, they would arm the people and that’s all.
      Here, as if all the Syrian people on the side of Assad were not propagandizing, this is not true for 2.5 years. Kurds are why they quietly operate in the Kurdish-populated regions of Turkey, and not in the Turkish-populated, because there is support from the local population, maybe not strong, but sufficient to calmly roam off, the same thing in the northern Caucasus.
      Therefore, the word rebels is applicable to them, and the methods of struggle are EAST in the war, cruelty is normal, but the fact that one heart is eaten, you need to go to a psychological dispensary at night)))

      Another victim of Western propaganda ... with stories about the fact that 2.5 years of war is a confirmation that part of the people is against Assad. But what about the billions of infusions of the West and the monarchies of the Gulf to pay for weapons and mercenaries from many Arab countries? Or is this international the people of Syria? No one argues that there are duped Syrians on the side of international terror, but this is a drop in the bucket. Or do you think that without the financial support of the West, the war would still have lasted through the efforts of the Syrian opposition? The entire real Syrian opposition has either been fighting for their homeland for a long time with Assad, or at least has accepted neutrality. And against the country fighting either stupefied by religion or thugs fighting, which in every country are enough, and who catch their fish in this muddy water. The rest is an international Arab rabble, including from Chechnya, Dagestan and other former Soviet republics.
  11. report4
    report4 20 August 2013 10: 49 New
    +8
    The regime of President Bashar al-Assad

    rebel units.

    Vandals unscrew the statue's head

    Cereal fields on fire after another shelling

    Syrian Army Fighter

    KG / AM
    Remove nafig this parsley.

    The author apparently himself understands what nonsense he writes - he did not even subscribe ....
  12. Proud.
    Proud. 20 August 2013 10: 51 New
    +8
    In Syria, a civil war between the authorities and the opposition has been going on for 2.5 years.
    Not the opposition, but the armed rabble. Not the "Assad regime", but LEGAL GOVERNMENT. Not "rebels, rebels and fighters of the free Syrian army", but bandits, murderers, rapists!
  13. kot11180
    kot11180 20 August 2013 11: 43 New
    +7
    Yes, it’s as if the article was written by Western human rights activists. photos of cannibals for some reason not
  14. Asan Ata
    Asan Ata 20 August 2013 12: 08 New
    +3
    The goal of this war is to create another zone in which there is no state. How many former states are there already? The goal is external control of minerals, reduction of consumption and reproduction. The task is to reduce the world's population, create a "higher consumer society".
  15. Prometey
    Prometey 20 August 2013 12: 24 New
    +5
    There, in the photo, where the woman behind the anti-aircraft gun - the eyes are already scared. In the course of the last time the gun aimed at the target - in response, it seems, the NURSs went angry
    1. sincman
      sincman 20 August 2013 12: 51 New
      +7
      Quote: Prometey
      There in the photo, where the woman behind the anti-aircraft gun - it’s painfully scared eyes

      I won’t be surprised that this woman saw the anti-aircraft gun for the first time and shot it somewhere in Jordan ... Reuters are masters of misinformation!
  16. JonnyT
    JonnyT 20 August 2013 12: 54 New
    +9
    another govnos reset in order to "whiten" the opposition killer maniacs ...
    they are doomed to failure! Assad of these craftsmen and colorful fun people will kill .... and if not, we will kill
  17. slaventi
    slaventi 20 August 2013 14: 43 New
    +7
    Generally false propaganda article.
  18. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 20 August 2013 14: 53 New
    +3
    Staged shots. I won’t be surprised that this is actually the Hollywood pavilion where the movie "Zombieland" was filmed.
    Such collections are designed to show that all of Syria is in rebellion. But if you look closely, everything was filmed in Aleppo, and then they added ONE photo from the rest of the cities - and then in a neutral style: either it's a view of a city without people, or people close-up when it's not clear it's an action movie or a militia.
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  20. philosopher
    philosopher 20 August 2013 16: 00 New
    +5
    Usually, if a person writes the truth or believes in what he himself writes, then such a person signs under his own words. Here, an anonymous author has provided a bunch of pictures and links to the original source. Either he himself does not believe in his "rebels-liberators" or is it just a provocation of some Russian-speaking "Mahmud". During the Chechen wars, all of these photo, film and journalistic "documents" have already seen enough and learned to understand. I am glad that normal people distinguish "wheat from chaff".
    There is nowhere to put an anonymous article even a minus - anonymous letters are not considered!
  21. Ivan Tarasov
    Ivan Tarasov 20 August 2013 17: 42 New
    +1
    That's because combat robots, UAVs are poorly used, and biomass roams the country, killing civilians and destroying infra.
  22. Fofan
    Fofan 20 August 2013 19: 36 New
    +5
    Why does the administration of the resource allow you to post articles without a signature? people should know their heroes at least by forum names.
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  23. Vikmay16
    Vikmay16 20 August 2013 21: 30 New
    +4
    Custom article! The author is corrupt! It is clear! The militants are white and fluffy! Read disgusting!
  24. alone
    alone 20 August 2013 23: 12 New
    +4
    only one thing can definitely be said. what is happening in Syria will continue for a certain time.
    it’s too early to talk about complete victory, given the fact that fights are going on in Latakia, the Asad clan province what
  25. The Indian Joe
    The Indian Joe 20 August 2013 23: 24 New
    +2
    Some kind of defeatist article, a fat minus.
    One can see the obvious one-sidedness of the presentation of the material - houses destroyed during the battles with gangs (some of them were blown up by the SSasovtsy themselves), courageous militants of different ages, one even "with his son" - and not a single Syrian soldier, not a single victim of these same militants. Why did the articles not indicated by the AFFtori not show photos in which the bandits chop off the heads of prisoners? Where is the video in which these terrorists burn hostages alive? Where is the mention of the execution of 450 civilian women and children from Kurds, who were only guilty of their husbands fighting against the FSA?
    The article is a veiled pro-Western Islamist propaganda. Put a minus.
  26. Shtyn dwarf
    Shtyn dwarf 20 August 2013 23: 27 New
    +4
    What *** is this article doing here ???
  27. Beck
    Beck 21 August 2013 01: 34 New
    -3
    I read it. The tragedy in Syria continues. People die on both sides. And ONE person can end this bloodshed. But on condition that he is merciful, not conceited and not power-hungry.

    Here, many support Assad. But I’m sure that these many, if they had the sole power in Russia or Kazakhstan, and God forbid, if things like the one in Syria with the annual 100 victims started in these countries, they would say - No deaths. I'm leaving. Choose yourself who you want.

    But Assad is not leaving. For his dictatorial power, he sacrifices thousands of human lives on both sides. And those who died for him. It is not worth the power of one person and one life, not to mention 100.

    Assad would have held the elections 2,5 years ago and there would have been no current situation, and Orthodox extremists would not have overrun the country. To stop the bloodshed just enough to leave Assad. But does not go away. Ready to lay another 100 lives for his dictatorial power.
    1. old man54
      old man54 21 August 2013 03: 24 New
      +2
      You "-" from me! And if Stalin had left power in 41, then everything would have been fine in the USSR, or what? They do not need Assad himself, but they want to reformat the entire country, its principles of life and the foundations of its morality, already as a society. And he, Assad, is fighting not for himself, not only for himself, but to a greater extent for his entire people! It is strange to me that you do not understand this. request
      1. Beck
        Beck 21 August 2013 08: 57 New
        -4
        Quote: old man54
        And if Stalin left the government in the 41st, then everything would be fine in the USSR, or what?


        If the Communists had not seized power by force in 1917, then the United States, and Russia, would occupy the place of world leader.

        If there were no tyrant Stalin and his repressions, especially the officer corps and generals, in 1937-1939, then the Nazis would not have stood 41m near Moscow, but 42m near Stalingrad. The war would be fought in the western border regions of the USSR. In general, the war would have ended with Victory not at 45, but much earlier.

        Quote: old man54
        Assad does not fight for himself, not only for himself, but to a greater extent for his whole people!


        You yourself came to this dope, but the propaganda of the Thunder gyrus scored. Now it’s not the Middle Ages when leaders became inherited - kings, shahs, kings. Now leaders are elected by nations. In different places, the election process is different, but the election. Hafez Asaad seized power by a military coup, transferred it to his son Bashar. Most of the Syrian people, 2,5 years ago, demanded Elections in order to elect a legitimate leader. And so that Bashar would not conduct them, even with his participation. I would have won the election and the flag in his hands on power. In civilized countries they do so. There’s Prime Minister Lichtenstein, only because of a scandal in the security forces he resigned and called early elections. So no, half a year there were peaceful demonstrations of the Syrian people, demanding change, and Bashar shot these unarmed people for half a year. People were tired of dying for no reason, and he took up arms. And then Islamic extremists poured into the country.

        So that the people do not care about Bashar from the high bell tower in zigzags, first of all, and only, he wants to preserve his power as a dictator.

        Imagine that in Russia there is a civil war. And its end depends on you personally, you just need to leave the political arena, and WHAT would you not leave, but continue the bloodshed. I think you would say - End the homicide. I'm leaving. Live as you want.
    2. The Indian Joe
      The Indian Joe 21 August 2013 10: 50 New
      +3
      You do not own the topic, Beck. To whom do you suggest Assad to give up power - to bearded Islamists who burn people alive, shoot civilian hostages, arrange terrorist attacks and kill for atheistic statements? Are you out of your mind?
      1. Beck
        Beck 21 August 2013 19: 35 New
        -2
        Quote: Injun Joe
        You do not own the topic, Beck.


        This is easiest to say. How - yes you went ....

        Quote: Injun Joe
        Who do you suggest Assad to give power to


        Why bearded? Hold honest free Elections. And whoever the Syrian people choose in this election, it does not concern me or you. The people of Syria will choose the power they choose. At one time, the dictator Gaddafi was thrown off in Libya, the terrorists also shouted Islamic terrorists will seize power, but the Libyan people in the free elections did not choose Islamists, but a secular government.

        Quote: Injun Joe
        who burn people alive, shoot civilian hostages, organize terrorist attacks and kill for atheistic statements?


        Civil wars are the most brutal. And atrocities there on both sides. And from the opposition’s side, it’s precisely the adherent Islamist trash, who are 10 percent of the number of armed oppositionists. The rest are Syrians who are tired of living under their own dictatorship for 40 years.

        Quote: Injun Joe
        Are you out of your mind?


        In his, his. But you do not have enough information on the modern history of Syria, or you do not want to know it. And use propaganda scribble Gromovoy. So she gets paid for it.
      2. old man54
        old man54 21 August 2013 20: 06 New
        +1
        Quote: Injun Joe
        You do not own the topic, Beck. Who do you suggest Assad to give power to

        don't bother with it, don't waste your time, Native American Joe. A man lives in a dance, impregnating them with a pernicious infection in the form of propaganda in the media as a woman’s pad, so ... He doesn’t know how to think differently and is sure that he is given full freedom of choice in the states and they really choose someone there . laughing That's it, he already worked out the material!
        1. Beck
          Beck 22 August 2013 07: 55 New
          0
          Quote: old man54
          don't bother with it, don't waste your time


          What are these sites for? So that people come and exchange their opinions. And the opposite the opinion, the more valuable is communication, as new things are learned, thinking develops, the ability to debate is perfected, and logic is trained. If everyone had the same opinion on the site, then there would be nothing to talk about. It’s like, since childhood, only semolina has porridge, all life is fresh.

          Quote: old man54
          saturating them with a corrupt infection in the form of propaganda in the media


          All people take information from the media from electronic means, from books, etc. And having passed this information through their life experience, they make up YOUR opinion. It will not work in another way. If it weren’t for the media, you wouldn’t know anything that is happening in the world and couldn’t form your own opinion.

          Quote: old man54
          and I’m sure it’s worth my blindness that in the state they are given complete freedom of choice and they really choose someone there


          I already wrote that the Elections have one degree or another of freedom depending on the venue, but still the Elections. What in Russia generally does not have any degree of freedom of the Choice of the President of the country?

          Quote: old man54
          That's it, he already worked out the material!


          I respect your opinion. Think what you want and what you want. No one decree for you, especially me.
  28. albanech
    albanech 22 August 2013 13: 28 New
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    It is necessary to crush the powerful of this world and, despite this, help the common Syrian people - to fight off the threat of the enslavement of the Syrian people by the American plague - "de * mocracy in the American way"!