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The fall of Syria - the end of Christianity in the Middle East?

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In the coming days, the United States is about to launch a military operation in Syria. The preparation of the world community for another US aggression, which lasted two years, has come to its logical conclusion. So far, things haven’t even reached the contingent landing - the United States does not like to get involved in land operations, and this time the role of the American Marines is played by fundamentalists from around the world. But to put rocket and aviation the American president is ready for attacks on a sovereign country and announced his plans to the whole world, openly spitting in the face of Russia, China and some other states that sharply opposed the military operation in the country.


What will happen to Syria? According to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, two million people have left the country. For the twenty millionth Syria, this is not so little - in fact, every tenth Syrian preferred to a foreign land of probable death in his own country in flames of revolt. Of course, the Americans and their satellites distort, claiming that the majority of refugees leave the country due to the actions of the Assad regime.
Against the background of the Saudi kings, Qatari emirs and other medieval allies of the “enlightened West”, Bashar Asad looks like a great humanist. If he had not been such, he would have destroyed the opposition still in its infancy, before the deadly virus had spread throughout the country. As a result of the actions of the gangs of the rebels, correctly called by the European Tolerasts “rebels”, more than 100 thousands of people died. And this is only according to official data of the United Nations. And this is before the start of rocket and air strikes on Syria by the United States and its allies.

For Russia, Syria is not just another Middle Eastern country, a fragment of the former friendship of the Soviet Union with the "progressive regimes" of Asia and Africa. Syria is the most important historical Russia's partner in the Middle East. There are many Christian shrines in this country, several million Christians live, including followers of the Antioch Orthodox Church. From the very beginning of the history of Christianity, the Syrian lands played a crucial role for him. For Christians around the world, Syria is holy. Here the future apostle Paul turned to Christ, the church of John the Baptist was built in 391, parts of the remains of John the Baptist are also buried here. In general, the Christian shrines of Syria can be listed endlessly, in the same way, as well as the names of holy ascetics and Christian thinkers associated with this country.

The fall of Syria - the end of Christianity in the Middle East?

Orthodox Church in Hama


For the Syrian Orthodox, fanatics from Al-Qaida, supported by the American military and European tolerasts, will in fact mean two possible options for further development of events - either a physical death as a result of the genocide, or a swift exodus. With the advent of extremists, the history of Christianity in Syria will end. And that means - the end of the two thousand years existence of Christian churches in the entire Middle East will come.

Against the background of the Egyptian Coptic genocide, the events in Syria, the ousting of Christians from Iraq, the same fate will befall the Lebanese Maronites. Neither the Arab caliphs, nor the Seljuk and Ottoman sultans succeeded in completely destroying Christianity in the Middle East region, but the militants of extremist organizations, directed by the US hand, will succeed. It will succeed if the Assad regime falls - the last stronghold of secularism and religious tolerance in the Arab East (little Lebanon will inevitably suffer the sad fate immediately after the fall of Syria).

And what about the Europeans? The French, the British, the Germans, the Italians? After all, the blessed Levantine lands - Syria and Lebanon - from ancient times were part of the interests of Europe. Crusaders fought here, Christian states were created by knightly orders, in the end - some Syrian and Lebanese Christians were in close relations with the Vatican. But modern Europe, as practice shows, is rather an enemy than a friend of a truly Christian world. Countries in which homosexuals are crowned, and lesbians become clergymen, countries that support al Qaeda against the secular governments of Egypt, Libya or Syria, and even against Christians - Egyptian Copts or Syrian Orthodox and Melkites - no longer have the moral right to represent Christian civilization . The West did away with its Christianity by agreeing to participate in the plans of the non-Christian, again, the world financial elite, these crocodiles stuffed with dollars, to establish the “new world order” by the hands of the backward and spooked residents of Asian and African countries.

The Patriarch of the Melkite Catholic Church, Gregory III Laham, speaking in Damascus, stressed that the United States and European countries did not do absolutely nothing to stop the wave of violence from extremist Al-Qaeda. The hierarch described the upcoming attack on the country as a crime that would entail colossal casualties. Melkity is a Greek Catholic church that adheres to the Byzantine rite, but broke away from the Antioch Orthodox Church in the XVIII century and concluded a union with the Vatican. However, the western “public” doesn’t care deeply about the Uniates, who once believed that Catholic Europe could protect them from aggressive neighbors. It is the Christians that currently constitute a significant part of the refugees from war-torn Syria.

Finally, a significant number of our compatriots also live in Syria, primarily women, who at various times married Syrians who studied in Soviet and Russian universities. Such inter-ethnic marriages have always been many and today these Syrians of Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian origin and their children and husbands are also facing a mortal threat.

The Christian population of Syria is a potential victim of genocide by al-Qaida and other radicals. In fact, giving Christian Syria to Islamists is the same as giving the Jewish population of the Eastern European towns seventy years ago to the Nazis. Christians in Syria in the event of victory of the Islamists will no longer be. And in this context, the great mission of protecting the Christian religion in the Middle East rests on Russia. Not for the sake of Assad and the Alawites, not even for Russia's strategic interests in the Middle East region, economic ties with Syria, but for the life of Christian brothers, whether they are Orthodox or Greek Catholics, Russia should intervene more actively in the Syrian conflict. your insidious project of redrawing the political map of the Middle East with the hands of frostbitten mercenaries and extremists.

Many sins will be forgiven to Vladimir Putin and his associates if they find the courage to resolutely come out in defense of Syria and take all possible measures to stop the aggression of the United States and its allies against a sovereign state. Moreover, Russia will be next for Syria - only the blind can not see it. After all, the intentional incitement of ethnic hatred in our country, focusing on alleged violations of the rights of homosexuals, flooding the country with migrants is quite a favorable situation for the implementation of US plans to destroy Russia as a sovereign and united state.


Ruined monastery of St. Simeon the Stylite


Once the patriarch of Antioch made an appeal to Christians around the world to support the Soviet Union in the great war against the Nazis. In the monasteries and temples of Syria and Lebanon, prayers were raised for the granting of victory over the occupiers. Does Russia have the right today to leave these people and this blessed land in terrible trouble?

The fall of Syria will mean not only the death of the ancient Christian tradition in the Middle East region - to some extent this will be a milestone in Russia's final loss of its position as a world power, the Orthodox Christians of the whole world have always counted on the help and protection of it. To save Syria is to save Russia.
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  1. Dober
    Dober 5 September 2013 07: 37 New
    30
    Everything has already been said several times.
    One thing left
    1. GreatRussia
      GreatRussia 5 September 2013 07: 38 New
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      The fall of Syria will mean not only the death of the ancient Christian tradition in the Middle East region - to some extent this will be a milestone in Russia's final loss of its position as a world power, the Orthodox Christians of the whole world have always counted on the help and protection of it. To save Syria is to save Russia.


      "The present and future of Christianity, which has nourished and nurtured European civilization for many centuries, and in many respects the whole world civilization, turned out to be superfluous for the new masters of the world"

      G.A. Zyuganov





      1. Uncle
        Uncle 5 September 2013 11: 10 New
        +1
        Quote: GreatRussia
        G.A. Zyuganov

        Strange Zyuganov is a communist, how can one be a communist and not reject the existence of God. As a person, I welcome him, a courageous act to bow to the Belt of the Most Holy Theotokos, but as a politician I do not understand, from communism there is only a name left in it, by the way, discrediting any person. I would even call myself a socialist, or something, it would be more true ...
        1. Dober
          Dober 5 September 2013 11: 27 New
          +3
          Quote: Uncle
          I would even call myself a socialist, or something, it would be more true ...

          There is something else ... there are many Socialists. They can be both “on the right” and “in the center,” but the Communists are always “on the left” and it does not matter what they preach there. Communism for them is BRAND.
          A sound brand that is supposed to somehow stimulate power for change, but the voice of commando Sue. already drowned in the chorus of critics. And if you give also the name ... They themselves understood.
          1. Uhe
            Uhe 5 September 2013 13: 23 New
            +1
            And why do we need these "brands"? Russian words are not enough? ;)

            Socialists are always on the left. Just in the current there is leftism, there is centrism, there is rightness. As elsewhere, however. Western socialists, in spite of the name, are in fact capitalists. Just the names have long lost their meaning, to my deepest regret. You need to look at business, not at the name. Zyuganov’s affairs are socialist, though not Stalin’s, namely the Menshivist ones, that is, those that are sitting on the right. But there is no other such left-wing party in Russia, unfortunately. And in the Communist Party there are a lot of real communists. But Zyuganov fulfilled the most important task: he did not allow the communist idea to be prohibited; he managed to transfer it to the minds of young generations. For this, much can be forgiven him;) More and more young people are beginning to believe that communism is the only salvation for our country. And personally, I do not mind at all that it will be Orthodox communism;) So be it, because I believe that Orthodoxy is a two-fold faith, which included our oldest beliefs in our Slavic gods. I would like one thing - for all the Orthodox to finally stop fighting with those whom they call pagans, and with them build a united and Great Russia. After all, the same Chinese were able to reconcile Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism, so how are we, Russians, worse? We need to be reconciled to all, regardless of beliefs and watered. views. It is high time, because the country is on the edge of the abyss, so we no longer have time for unification.
            1. Uncle
              Uncle 5 September 2013 14: 10 New
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              Quote: Uhe
              did not give a ban on the communist idea; he managed to transfer it to the minds of young generations.

              Communism is not acceptable for Russia, the Holy Land, Russia, is unthinkable without Christianity.
              Quote: Uhe
              ommunism is the only salvation for our country.

              This already happened, led to the moral devastation of the once spiritually rich people.
              Quote: Uhe
              Orthodoxy is a dual faith, which included our oldest beliefs in our Slavic gods.

              False, Christianity is inseparable from the religions of fallen spirits, to which paganism belongs.
          2. Max otto
            Max otto 5 September 2013 14: 18 New
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            Quote: Dober
            ... but the Communists are always "on the left" and it doesn’t matter what they preach there.


            I’m wondering why now the Communists are on the left, but for Lenin they were on the right, even this kind of work is “Childhood disease” of leftism “in communism”?
            1. Dober
              Dober 5 September 2013 15: 54 New
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              Quote: Max Otto
              "Children's disease of" leftism "in communism"

              Because then the course on communism at the level of power was proclaimed. Now the opposite. Consequently, communism is not in trend.
              A "childhood illness" because it is inevitable and because it passes.
        2. stalkerwalker
          stalkerwalker 5 September 2013 11: 32 New
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          Quote: Uncle
          but as a politician I don’t understand, from communism there is only a name left in it, by the way, discrediting any person. I would even call myself a socialist, or something, it would be more true ...

          "... Strange things are happening in our parish ...".
          N.V. Gogol. Viy.
        3. Uhe
          Uhe 5 September 2013 13: 13 New
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          What surprises you? Stalin was a believer and played a crucial role in the reconstruction of Orthodoxy in Russia, but he was a real communist. I am surprised that the ROC has not yet canonized him in any status.

          Personally, I also have, let's say :), a mystical mindset, but for political reasons I am an ardent communist-anarchist, because of which in Soviet times I had a lot of friction with atheist-Marxists. So what? I also share their point of view on the world order, I just approach the mystical side, as they say. And Zyuganov also, apparently.

          Perhaps you do not know, but such communists used to be called idealistic communists. This is the oldest current in communism-socialism, based on the fact that the spirit is primary, and matter is secondary. Earthly life must be built in such a way that it helps to perfect its spirit in the best way, and whether Christianity helps or what other teaching is not important, in fact;) Pragmatic Marxism was based on atheism - please do not confuse it with nihilism! - but the essence of this does not change: the communist teaching is very ancient, it includes both mystical, that is, religious, and atheistic teachings.
          1. stalkerwalker
            stalkerwalker 5 September 2013 13: 44 New
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            Quote: Uhe
            Perhaps you do not know, but such communists used to be called idealistic communists. This is the oldest current in communism-socialism, based on the fact that the spirit is primary, and matter is secondary

            Yeah...
            God works in mysterious ways...
            Especially when such "idealists" "rent" for a period of 50 years the territory of the museum-estate in Spassky-Lutovinovo, at a price of less than 10 (ten) rubles per hectare, and build their own "village houses" there. laughing
          2. Uncle
            Uncle 5 September 2013 14: 18 New
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            Quote: Uhe
            I am surprised that the ROC has not yet canonized him in any status.

            And I am surprised that you are surprised by this. We will not talk about the entire history of the reign of the ITT, it’s enough to take the Butovo training ground near Moscow, where some priests were shot for 100 people, for the priesthood this is a collapse! There was a period when only 000 people remained bishops and the arrest of one of them would terminate the ordination of the bishops, thank God, this did not happen. And the events described coincide with the reign of the IVS.
            However, during the Second World War monasteries and laurels were opened, but at the end of the war repressions against believers resumed.
            So it’s not worth talking about canonization, but in the IVS’s activities there is something for which it is worthy of respect and monuments throughout Russia, this is the extermination of the Leninist party, direct ideologists and leaders of the revolution, pure Satanists.
            1. stalkerwalker
              stalkerwalker 5 September 2013 14: 23 New
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              Quote: Uncle
              the activity of the IVS is what it deserves respect for and monuments in Russia for; it is the extermination of the Leninist party, the immediate ideologists and leaders of the revolution, pure Satanists.

              +++!
            2. I'm Russian
              I'm Russian 5 September 2013 15: 02 New
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              Repression continued after the death of Stalin's death, at that time most of the monasteries were closed.
              1. velikoros-xnumx
                velikoros-xnumx 18 September 2013 15: 26 New
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                Quote: Russian
                most monasteries are closed.

                Yes, it’s good if they were only closed, or even destroyed, part of it was “reassigned” to rural clubs, granaries, etc. recourse
          3. Ascetic
            Ascetic 5 September 2013 15: 17 New
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            Quote: Uhe
            I also share their point of view on the world order, I just approach the mystical side, as they say. And Zyuganov as well, apparently.

            Here it is rather not a mystical approach, but a political-religious or civilizational one. What happened as a result of the US and NATO intervention in Yugoslavia, when a single state of the southern Slavs was divided along religious and ethnic lines (Croatian Catholics, Orthodox Serbs, Bosnian Muslims), is being prepared now in Syria.
        4. Geisenberg
          Geisenberg 5 September 2013 14: 53 New
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          Quote: Uncle
          Quote: GreatRussia
          G.A. Zyuganov

          Strange Zyuganov is a communist, how can one be a communist and not reject the existence of God. As a person, I welcome him, a courageous act to bow to the Belt of the Most Holy Theotokos, but as a politician I do not understand, from communism there is only a name left in it, by the way, discrediting any person. I would even call myself a socialist, or something, it would be more true ...


          According to Soviet concepts, socialism is a transitional, short-term phase so that it truly does everything. Another thing is that not everyone delves into the tactics and methods of modern communists. In my opinion, they are just a dying spasm of the Soviet world. Their generation will end, people will not be brought up in the communist tradition of the Soviet Union, and just do not understand what will remain of the Communists. Specifically, zyugan, in my opinion, is a classic Soviet apparatchik - without a brain, without initiative, without a future. It turned out so that he stood at the helm, but only on this did his abilities end. So let him bow.
        5. Toporkoff
          Toporkoff 5 September 2013 15: 42 New
          0
          Strange Zyuganov is a communist, how can one be a communist and not reject the existence of God. As a person, I welcome him, a courageous act to bow to the Belt of the Most Holy Theotokos, but as a politician I do not understand, from communism there is only a name left in it, by the way, discrediting any person. I would even call myself a socialist, or something, it would be more true ...

          And in an interview he said that he would like to build paradise on earth) so he is a communist ... a communist.
        6. Fedych
          Fedych 5 September 2013 16: 45 New
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          Life is complicated! - It’s one thing to see the shortcomings of society, the other is measures to eliminate them. The position of believers from the rational is the ability to relate business, managers and ruling and workers from the talents of the mind and hands, so that all their interests are somehow taken into account, controlled and led to the common goal of existence, both poor and successful, because, all the same, they will appear before the Almighty and give a full account of their hope and life about him. The difficulty is different! - how to check, defend it in practice. Until the beginning of the 20th century, this was impossible. Today, yes! For any yesterday’s serf and slave today m. counted as the voice of a free and democratic voter. Why is this not working? Yes, because yesterday's slave, serf and serf were of the same composition with its spreading and corrupting. He himself is nobody for himself until he reaches a certain standard of living and its consumption, and nothing more !. The statement of the sages of India, China, the East, the first ascetics of Christianity in Europe, Byzantium, Russia did not even dream of them. And where, when both the richest and most educated of Europe, a pure corpse in this sense. This is the basis of the instability of the world, and the rich and poor spiritual corpse before the daring of the naive Spirit of their common glorious ancestors. This also applies to today's Russia. Plebeians at all levels and power and subordination and execution, their slogan is bread and circuses !. It’s a pity V.V.P., who, according to the primitive right of savages, must always be a young man and saddle with a sword, then sink to the bottom, then ascend into the sky, etc. The mind, sobriety, sanity who needs these eternal fans for a beer and roach, waiting when they are comprehended, and directed, and arranged. Alas! - this is the eternal pain of Moses and his followers to call the boor at the feast of Love and the Triumph of New Grace. Give it to them, Egypt and its meat and joys. The slave of the spirit, regardless of its social rank (albeit the highest) - is likened to a dog returning to his vomit. This is not me, this is the Gospel! (New, blessed, granted).
    2. smel
      smel 5 September 2013 09: 01 New
      +3
      And wash the Americans with their own blood
    3. Crocodile
      Crocodile 5 September 2013 09: 46 New
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      So far, the Syrians can only wish for strength! We hope that our authorities will not surrender to Syria! A pair of disabled ships and a dozen downed planes sober up amers!
      1. Tersky
        Tersky 5 September 2013 11: 03 New
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        Some of the visitors are very unhappy with the topic of the preservation of Christianity in BV. Almost all comments whose opinion was expressed in one way or another in support of the preservation of Christianity in the Middle East, and in particular in Syria, are thoroughly blameless without explanation. Such "atheists" would not be out of place to re-read the updated VO site rules and draw the appropriate conclusions.
        1. Arberes
          Arberes 5 September 2013 11: 34 New
          +3
          Quote: Tersky
          Some of the visitors are very unhappy with the topic of the preservation of Christianity in BV. Almost all comments whose opinion was expressed in one way or another in support of the preservation of Christianity in the Middle East and, in particular, in Syria, are thoroughly blamed without explanation.

          But is it possible to name these "friends of Syria" and the "Christian world" by name?
          I think that visitors to this reputable site will be extremely interested to know these "comrades" in person!
          Should a country know its heroes?
          What do you think, dear Tersky hi
          1. Uhe
            Uhe 5 September 2013 13: 45 New
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            Please do not repeat the mistakes of 1937. I mean those mistakes when on the ground they demanded to increase the limits of the executed enemies of the people, and sometimes innocent people also got into them, that is, someone who had power tried to settle accounts with enemies by entering them in the lists of enemies of the people. Everyone knows that the same Khrushchev especially leaned on this case, so Stalin told him: "Get down,". As a result, in 1939, Stalin was forced to appease those who advocated mass executions by truncating the unnecessary;) True, types like Khrushchev were screwed up ... I think my idea is clear: getting rid of enemies should be done soon, quickly and efficiently, but go too far as they say now in one famous game about tanks "olo-lo rush" :), not worth it.
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          2. Tersky
            Tersky 5 September 2013 13: 40 New
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            Quote: smersh70
            so why then put the minus button .... remove it, and you will be like us congresses of the CPSU-unanimously approve !!!! and where then different opinions ..... democracy .. freedom of speech ... freedom of expression ....

            The minus button is a disagreement with the user's comment or opinion, followed by a comment on the reason. If the user disagrees with the article or its content, an analogous “button” is provided for this at the end of the article. In this case, we are talking about massive, deliberate negative comments on users. Did I make myself clear?
            Quote: smersh70
            .this is a direct threat, as I understand it .... that if you speak out against Assad ... then the rules say that whoever goes against him will fly from the site chtoli .........

            Where did you see the threat? Who forbids you to express your opinion about anyone within the rules of the site? Or do the urges of the flood and trolling prevent you from calmly passing by reminding users to behave more correctly? And for the future, a direct threat of departure from the site is a violation of its rules and an appropriate warning describing the reason for its serving. As you can see from the information in your profile, you already had the honor of being awarded the same "attention" to the site administration.
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                1. Lopatov
                  Lopatov 5 September 2013 14: 46 New
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                  I could not put you a minus. Habit..
                  Commandments .. Nobody observes them. It may be separate, struck with a bag ... A normal Christian (you, Orthodox, I, a Catholic) sometimes sin, but they know that this is wrong. It's just that we are ready to understand what we are wrong about.
                  Have you seen the clip "My hands on the Bible"? Protestant, military.
                2. Lopatov
                  Lopatov 5 September 2013 14: 57 New
                  +2
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                3. Apollo
                  Apollo 5 September 2013 16: 13 New
                  +4
                  thread theme The fall of Syria - the end of Christianity in the Middle East?
                  delete some comments from the following visitors Lopatov, smersh70 и Uncle the wording is not relevant.
                  1. smersh70
                    smersh70 5 September 2013 16: 51 New
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                    Quote: Apollon
                    delete some comments of the following visitors Lopatov, smersh70


                    By the way, my answer to Comrade Tersky belonged specifically to this thread! why don’t you delete comments on the genesis yesterday ... when he made comments not related to that topic (I have comments about football) .... as always double standards !!!! !!

                    or when the waxman began to directly insult on a national basis ... his comment is still there .. look .....
      2. Uhe
        Uhe 5 September 2013 13: 37 New
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        You should not row all under one comb. If you follow the new rules, then Islamic beliefs must be protected;))) But it is the Islamists who are trying to destroy Christianity in Bl. East What, we will protect their right to belief too? ;) But they believe in a holy war for them against the "infidels";) Therefore, do not go too far.

        There is only one conclusion: someone - in the light of the new rules we will not say who - is the real enemy of all humanity, regardless of the beliefs of this very humanity, and these are far from atheists;). Christianity, atheism, and our Slavic civilization, rooted in Aryan, that is, the oldest, beliefs against which they have been fighting for many thousands of years, interfere with them. They and Zoroastrians are enemies, but who stood up for the same Zoroastrians? But this is the belief that had a tremendous impact on Judaism, and, as a consequence, on Christianity. But the Zoroastrians were the first to fall from these villains many centuries before Christianity. History is now repeating itself with Christians. Of course, the Russians must necessarily join in for them, regardless of the beliefs of a particular individual. The Russians have always stood for justice, for the destitute and offended. This is our national idea.

        By the way, the 20th century and the present time turned out to be very surprising in that moderate Muslims among the Arabs became our allies. And these most moderate Muslims have long been well disposed towards both Christians in particular and Russians in general. This should be valued, therefore, these moderate Muslims - not only Arabs, but also many Russian Muslims - are our allies, even brothers, I am not afraid of such a strong expression. Well, Christians Bl. East we definitely need to protect, like these most moderate Muslims, because they are now the forefront in the fight against the evil that is coming against us.
        1. smersh70
          smersh70 5 September 2013 14: 24 New
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          Quote: Uhe
          But it is precisely the Islamists who are trying to destroy Christianity in Bl. East


          not Islamists .. and Wahhabis ... do not confuse traditional Islam. with Wahhabism ..... hi Assad is also a Muslim, or take today's Turkey or Ottoman ..... Christians are not infringed there .. or Egypt before the revolution of roses .... that Buddhists ruled chtoli .... fellow
          1. albatross
            albatross 5 September 2013 20: 12 New
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            smersh70 (1) AZ Today, 14:24 PM ↑
            not Islamists .. and Wahhabis ... do not confuse traditional Islam. with Wahhabism .....

            For example, I don’t confuse them, but I don’t distinguish them. Now, when you are Islamists, publicly condemn Wahhabi, then yes. And so, it is not clear. In the afternoon, an Islamist, at night a Wahhabi. So they hide. You know better who is who. Catch them, by the ear - but in the sun.
            http://www.pravoslavie.ru/jurnal/55511.htm
            http://trueinform.ru/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=14084
            1. smersh70
              smersh70 5 September 2013 21: 52 New
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              Quote: albatross
              That's when you are Islamists, publicly condemn Wahhabi,


              Friend !!!!! we fight better and better with them than you do in Russia .. we have a young sergeant shot the Wahhabi leader, who was chased by the entire Russian army with special services .... the guy really died from his wounds and he they appropriated a national hero ... even Wahhabis are not given a passport with beards for us ... and they get it from you ..... they are destroyed right here in their houses ... without warning ... and you have it openly. ..we have their places of gathering destroyed by one statement of the neighbors..and you still sue them or invite RENTV to remove them ... so check out the operational situation in the region first, then say ... hi .
        2. Uncle
          Uncle 5 September 2013 14: 24 New
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          Quote: Uhe
          Christianity, atheism, and our Slavic civilization, rooted in Aryan, interfere with them.

          Well, who does all this interfere with? Name the enemy.
      3. baltika-18
        baltika-18 5 September 2013 16: 36 New
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        Quote: Tersky
        Some of the visitors are very unhappy with the topic of the preservation of Christianity in BV.

        I am not happy with the topic of juggling and grabbing the ears. The reason for the war is not the extermination of Christians. They kill everyone who supports Assad. Moreover, in Syria no more than 10% of Christians are of the total population. Everyone will suffer. This is also one of the reasons I put the article minus. Another one is outlined below.
    4. Gari
      Gari 5 September 2013 12: 43 New
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      Quote: Crocodile
      So far, the Syrians can only wish for strength!

      Three of the more than ten fighters of the Armenians of the Syrian Army who died for their country where they were born and raised for Syria.
      1. smersh70
        smersh70 5 September 2013 15: 25 New
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        Quote: Gari
        Three out of ten Armenians



        Well, then there are 3 less people who want to come to fight as mercenaries in Karabakh .......

        and also Harry ... well, why again in another thread to raise the Armenian theme ..... well, love everywhere to include your 5 cents .... hi
        1. Gari
          Gari 5 September 2013 16: 02 New
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          Quote: smersh70
          and also Harry ... well, why again in another thread to raise the Armenian theme ..... well, love everywhere to include your 5 cents ....

          They are Armenians, citizens of their country of Syria, and protect and die for it, but here is what your compatriots do there, mercenaries who are fighting with the legitimate authority with President Assad.
          Azerbaijan’s APA reported for the first time that its citizens are taking part in Syrian jihad on the side of rebels fighting against Assad.

          Azerbaijani Salafis are fighting in the terrorist group Jaysh al-Muhajirin val-Ansar. The leader of the Azerbaijani group is Abu Yahya.
          In the battles with the Syrian troops killed 30 Azerbaijani Salafis.
          You send them more there - the more, the better for us
          1. smersh70
            smersh70 5 September 2013 16: 25 New
            0
            Quote: Gari
            They are Armenians of their country of Syria



            but what did the same citizens do in my country at the beginning of the 90s ... let it be better to fight for the civil peace in their country ........ there was nothing to put wheels on others ... so they got grief and destruction ...
            Quote: Gari
            You send them more there - the more, the better for us

            yes no matter how many bearded go ... well, good - we will have less)))) and healthy ones will remain for other things ..... the neighbors are still awake)))))))
            1. ruslan207
              ruslan207 5 September 2013 21: 02 New
              +2
              In general, the history of Armenians is 3000 years old and it was a huge empire before how could it be that Karabakh is not Armenian. The Turks are a newcomer people are Turkmen. In place of Turkey was the Byzantine Empire
              1. smersh70
                smersh70 5 September 2013 21: 57 New
                -1
                Quote: ruslan207
                In general, the history of Armenians is 3000 years old


                Really .... and it says a Jew .... wassat I regret comrades that I swore for the whole week for the Jews .. sorry)))))) Freedom to Palestine !!!!!! BASHAR ASAD !!!!! forward to ISRAEL !!!!! ahead of the column I will go !!! drinks
                everywhere the finger of these Jews !! started this whole game in the / Middle East ... and just do where they came from .. you know, they were resettled there in 1948 ... they all need to be returned to Europe! Freedom to the Golan HEIGHTS !!!!!!! SHAME ON THE ISRAELI OCCUPIERS !!!! (Ruslan, how tongue )
                1. ruslan207
                  ruslan207 5 September 2013 22: 29 New
                  +1
                  I have not occupied anyone. You can demand from Iran their land,
                  At the expense of Palestine, Israel, they got from Egypt in 67, this is not for me to politicians
                  1. smersh70
                    smersh70 5 September 2013 22: 43 New
                    0
                    Quote: ruslan207
                    You can claim your land from Iran,


                    to whom that, and to a bald hairbrush laughing it’s immediately clear that there is a problem of your country with Iran))) we are not a neighboring country to carry out the occupation of neighbors and demand something ...... We have nothing to demand from Iran ... because it is a sovereign state within its borders ..and no one’s territory was occupied ... hi
                    ... and as for Palestine, you speak like Germans about the war of 41-45 years ... We don’t know anything ... we forgot the history .. it was in the past ... the question is for politicians ... my business is to pay taxes .... bully I sometimes feel that you built a state by copying 90% of the Nazi Reich .. sorry for being straightforward ...
                    1. ruslan207
                      ruslan207 6 September 2013 07: 48 New
                      +2
                      I didn’t build anything in Israel. 60% of the population are people from North Africa who cannot be called Jews.
              2. Yarbay
                Yarbay 6 September 2013 00: 50 New
                +2
                Quote: ruslan207
                In general, the history of Armenians is 3000 years old and it was a huge empire before how can it be that Karabakh is not Armenian.

                in general, serious world historians and Armenian do not think so !!))))

                K. Patkanov, famous Armenian historian, Armenologist: “Armenians have never played a special role in the history of mankind. This is not a political term, but the name of a geographical area in which individual Armenian settlements are scattered. The Armenians have always been poor owners of the lands on which they lived, but they always skillfully served strong, selling their loved ones ... ” (“Van inscriptions and their significance for the Near East,” 1875.)
                Garagashyan: “There is no information about the past of the Armenians that could be considered history or tradition. After the adoption of Christianity, they invented the relationship between Hayk and Noah. It is accepted that he is a descendant of Torgom, one of the grandchildren of Japhes, the son of Noah. For some of the old historians the name of Torgom, mentioned in the Jewish chronicles, was shown as part of Armenia, the family, clan, nation of Torgom. Khorensky Movses first wrote about this. ” (The History of the Eastern Question, London, 1905).

                N. Pasermajyan, Armenian historian: “The Armenian chronicles attribute the appearance of Hayk and his people in Armenia to 2200 BC. and give a list of succeeding each other up to 800g. BC. spiritual leaders and kings. Modern science does not confirm this legend. Peoples, unlike individuals, like to add age ...
                1. smersh70
                  smersh70 6 September 2013 01: 05 New
                  +3
                  Quote: Yarbay
                  in general, serious world historians and Armenian do not think so !!))))


                  Yeah))) the heavy artillery arrived in the form of Yarbai !!!!!!!!!!!)) hello ... the bass will be hot)))))) hi
                  1. Yarbay
                    Yarbay 6 September 2013 01: 07 New
                    +1
                    Quote: smersh70
                    Yeah))) the heavy artillery arrived in the form of Yarbai !!!!!!!!!!!)) hello ... the bass will be hot))))))

                    I'm a historian on first education))) kefimde sazdy)))))))
                    I can still cite sources, both Armenian and world, if the comrades are interested in Israel!))
                    1. smersh70
                      smersh70 6 September 2013 01: 21 New
                      0
                      Quote: Yarbay
                      I can still cite sources


                      )))) I don’t understand them. I kept blows from everyone for a week .. I defended the Jews)))) I got the cons))) and such a blow to the pod ..... fellow expected from many, even Lopatov accused us of preparing a special forces group .. and here's to you .... a Jew stood up for Armenians laughing
              3. Yarbay
                Yarbay 6 September 2013 00: 55 New
                +1
                Quote: ruslan207
                In general, the history of Armenians is 3000 years old and it was a huge empire before how can it be that Karabakh is not Armenian

                Manuk Abeghyan, famous literary critic, linguist, folklorist, academician: “... where are the roots of the Armenian people, how, when, at what time, from where and in what ways he came here ... We do not have accurate and clear evidence of this” (“History of Armenian literature” , Yerevan, 1975).
                Haykazyan, famous Armenian historian: “The first Armenian dynasty does not consist of historical figures, but figures taken from fictional tales. Movses Khorenatsi himself is not a fifth-century historian, but a falsified historian who lived in the seventh century. ” (“Armenian History”, Paris, 1919).
                Basmadzhyan: “The origin, history of Armenia and Armenians is very dark. From the most ancient times, this territory was conquered by emigrants who came from the plains of the Pamirs, Indikusha. Armenians, like the Romans, Greeks, Iranians and all nations have their mythical heroes. "National historians, not having detailed, explicit sources, took their places from characters from fairy tales." (“The New History of Armenians”, Paris, 1917).
                Herodotus, "the father of the history of peoples": "The country, located at the upper reaches of the Euphrates, was called Armania." Armenians "lived in the western part of the highlands, known as Armenian." (Herodotus, "History; Publishing House" Science ", Leningrad, 1972)
                I. Dyakonov: “The Armenian ethnos has formed outside the Caucasus.” (I. Dyakonov, “The Prehistory of the Armenian People”, Yerevan, 1958).
                The historical document is a letter from the Byzantine emperor of Mauritius (582-602) to the king of Persia Khosrov: "... the people [Armenians] ... live between us and troubled ...". (“Armenian medieval literature”, ed. “Sovetakan Grokh”, Yerevan, 1986, in Russian).
                Armenia in its entirety almost never or only briefly was as a whole state under the control of one sovereign. In a historical outline, Armenians are a branch of the Iranian group of the Indo-European tribe. The ancient history of the country is almost unknown. The name "Ararat", in ancient times given to the northern part of the country, associated with the Moses legend about the flood, is not found in wedge-shaped inscriptions in Herodotus. The ancient Persians called this country Armina. The history, processed by the present Armenians, is not based on the ancient Armenian national monuments. They connect their ancient history with the stories of the Old Testament, which proves its later Christian origin. ("Encyclopedic Dictionary" (v.1) edited by F. Brockhaus and I. Evfron (SP. 1800)).
                1. Yarbay
                  Yarbay 6 September 2013 00: 57 New
                  +2
                  R. Thompson, a famous contemporary expert on history: “... written by [Khorensky] is a compilation compiled in the second half of the fifth century. The full text of this compilation, its oldest manuscript, dates from the XNUMXth-XNUMXth centuries. and is in a private collection. "
                  “The work is mysterious not only because it is a strange mixture of a remembered tradition and a fictional legend. It also takes place in several languages, in various editions, many of which do not come from the existing Armenian version. ” (R. Thompson, “Introduction to the History of Armenians”, translation by Thompson, 1976).
                  R. Thompson: “... Moses not only tried to put the early history of Armenia on the world stage and bring legends and traditions about Armenian heroes into a connected scheme, but he also remade much of that story in a tendentious manner in order to glorify his patrons and provide them brilliant pedigree. " (R. Thompson, “Introduction to the History of Armenians by M. Khorenatsi,” translation and commentary by R. Thompson, London, Harvard University Press, 1978).
                  Eduard Gibson, an outstanding XNUMXth-century historian: “[Khorensky] does not possess any of the virtues required of a good historian.”
                  Edward Gibson: “To take from him [Khorensky]) only that which is consistent with good historians”

                  August Karier, a prominent historian: referring to M. Khorensky: “Ignorance to believe the information of Armenian scientists. For most of these messages are fiction. ”
                  De Morgan: “We see how the historians of this country (that is, the Armenians) try, all, being clergy, connect the roots of their nation with the traditions of the Holy Scriptures, and how they mix traditions and sources in order to bring them closer Ike clan. "
                  This provision applies not only to historical events, but also to the families of rulers. (“The Condemning Armenian History”, Tiflis, 1895).
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  • tronin.maxim
    tronin.maxim 5 September 2013 07: 43 New
    +4
    All this is clear, I wonder what now our actions are? Let's hope the syst. Syria's air defense is provided in full.
    1. Arberes
      Arberes 5 September 2013 08: 27 New
      +7
      Quote: tronin.maxim
      Let's hope the syst. Syria's air defense is provided in full.


      Yes, I would certainly like to believe that I’ll cope with it ... Syria can’t survive against the massive and prolonged use of high-precision high-radius weapons (cruise missiles). Sorry, but I'm realist! They will strike within 40-50 days and will knock out everything that is possible!
      Well, at the end of Christianity, there is nothing to doubt here, as soon as this Wahhabi trash reaches the power, they will cut all Christians off!
      And I still do not want to make such forecasts (forecasts are an ungrateful thing), but with the fall of SYRIA the doors to the Caucasus open.
      1. denson06
        denson06 5 September 2013 09: 43 New
        +2
        It is necessary to knock out ships, Avik in the first place .. it just won’t work out, it will be too many of them ..
        1. DEfindER
          DEfindER 5 September 2013 11: 34 New
          +1
          Quote: denson06
          It is necessary to knock out ships, Avik in the first place .. it just won’t work out, it will be too many of them ..

          I agree, but the axes have a range of 2000 km, and the bastions and yachts have 300 km, I’m interested in missile systems like Iskander have a range of 500 km, but this range is artificially limited so that they would not fall under the missile reduction program. If you unlock the full range, then I think it’s possible to get it. Against axes, the only way to extinguish them from a height, because their flight altitude is 3 - 5m, going around the landscape, aviation is needed here, for example, the Mig-29 will take their bearings, and the Mig-21's will be enough to defeat it.
        2. ultra
          ultra 5 September 2013 12: 55 New
          +3
          Quote: denson06
          It is necessary to knock out ships, Avik in the first place.

          Do you have any ideas?
          1. alone
            alone 5 September 2013 17: 51 New
            0
            he has one idea. to establish a third world one. he apparently has hope that he will remain alive))
      2. stalkerwalker
        stalkerwalker 5 September 2013 10: 32 New
        +7
        Quote: Arberes
        Sorry, but I'm realist! They will strike during 40-50 days and knock out everything that is possible!
        Well, at the end of Christianity, there’s nothing to doubt, like

        I agree.
        Only a non-standard, unexpected move by Syria will be able to stop the air slaughter first and, at its end, the remaining massacre.
        Already, when SANA is forced to leave many areas, Al-Qaeda and Co. are taking advantageous positions, replenishing their forces and armaments.
      3. alone
        alone 5 September 2013 17: 50 New
        +1
        Do not forget that the attacks will be coordinated with the militants. After any strike, an attack by militants on the destroyed objects will immediately follow. So even there are a couple of S-300 divisions, this will not solve anything. Unfortunately, the forces are not equal
  • a52333
    a52333 5 September 2013 07: 51 New
    11
    To the author +, for selecting the picture +++. Assad is fighting against the global mortal sin of GREED. God help you.
  • Hort
    Hort 5 September 2013 07: 57 New
    +7
    First of all, women who at different times married Syrians who studied at Soviet and Russian universities. There have always been many such ethnic marriages and today these Syrians of Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian origin and their children and husbands are also facing a mortal threat.
    no matter how cynical it sounds, but these women least of all cause emotions.
    It is necessary to marry and give birth to children for their own and in their own country.
    And then first they will dump them from "this country, where the drunks are alone and everything is bad," but as they linger, they recall their homeland
  • Lone wolf
    Lone wolf 5 September 2013 08: 05 New
    +1
    what is the USA doing ????? !!!!!
    1. Nick888
      Nick888 5 September 2013 08: 31 New
      +4
      Establishes its policy under the fashionable name of controlled chaos. To further control the natural reserves of the Earth, besides that, war is one of the ways to maintain the dollar, and taking into account their debts, they really need it. Well, the further ousting of Russia from the Middle East, the preparation of a bridgehead for interethnic wars, including in Russia, China for the cause of the "lack of democracy." Something like this))
    2. eplewke
      eplewke 5 September 2013 10: 55 New
      0
      Yes, you sell a couple of Isadu Iskander. Let at least something answer the aggressor!
      1. Nick888
        Nick888 5 September 2013 15: 53 New
        0
        If there was an opportunity, I would gladly)
      2. Revolver
        Revolver 5 September 2013 20: 01 New
        +1
        Quote: eplewke
        Yes, you sell a couple of Isadu Iskander. Let at least something answer the aggressor!

        Assad nothing sell impossible, because insolvent. The fact that his dad was "sold" on credit, everyone wrote off. And they also “sold out” to their son on credit with a probability of return tending to zero. So you can only give. And taking into account the experience of the Arabs in operating the “Iskander” in particular, and Soviet / Russian weapons in general, they’ll shoot them in the “milk” - if they succeed in launching it, and not blowing it up at the start, they will shoot.
        And what, the Far Eastern borders of Russia are already protected so reliably, what else "a couple of iskander"is no longer required, and nowhere to attach?
  • Tatarus
    Tatarus 5 September 2013 08: 22 New
    +5
    The USA more and more I perceive as a Pack of Hell Jackals. In reality, you will begin to believe in the Antichrist by looking at the actions of Fashington.

    Does anyone have new info on downed tomahawks and aircraft in Jordan?
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 6 September 2013 01: 43 New
      0
      Quote: Tatarus
      Does anyone have new info on downed tomahawks and aircraft in Jordan?

      Duck, as you would expect.
  • Nick888
    Nick888 5 September 2013 08: 22 New
    +5
    To strike at the positions of terrorists, to introduce a peacekeeping contingent together with the Chinese and Indians, if a reason is needed, then it remains to "find" it.
    1. Tatarus
      Tatarus 5 September 2013 08: 35 New
      +5
      Quote: Nick888
      if a reason is needed, then it remains to "find" it.


      Send troops
      Quote: Nick888
      together with the Chinese and Indians
      , and after entering declare that we punish Damascus for the use of chemical. weapons. To catch up earlier amers and then under the hot hand of militants under the asphalt
      1. Nick888
        Nick888 5 September 2013 08: 41 New
        +7
        Her, to declare that our commission (and if it and the UN is confirmed) that the chemical weapons used "opposition", then we have the right to attack on their locations. Those. essentially an analogue of the US sanction only against terrorists)
        1. eplewke
          eplewke 5 September 2013 10: 57 New
          -1
          Amer bomb Assad, we will bomb terrorists. Will the fun begin in the country? Are you kidding me? Syria to you what? battlefield for exercises? If you bomb, then sink ships with tomahawks!
          1. Russ69
            Russ69 5 September 2013 11: 31 New
            +2
            Quote: eplewke
            Amer bomb Assad, we will bomb terrorists.

            We must not bomb terrorists in Syria, but the main sponsors in Qatar and Saudi Arabia. They even promised amers to pay for the military operation against Syria.
      2. Arberes
        Arberes 5 September 2013 09: 15 New
        +4
        Quote: Tatarus
        , and after entering declare that we punish Damascus for the use of chemical. weapons. To catch up earlier amers and then under the hot hand of militants under the asphalt



        Quote: Nick888
        Her, to declare that our commission (and if it and the UN is confirmed) that the chemical weapons used "opposition", then we have the right to attack on their locations. Those. essentially an analogue of the US sanction only against terrorists)

        GUYS i'm only with both hands, there is a rational grain here !!! drinks
  • saag
    saag 5 September 2013 08: 35 New
    +2
    Quote: Arberes
    knock everything that is possible!

    Well, you can knock out static objects whose coordinates do not change, you won’t knock out mobile air defense with Tomahawks, stationary old ones, well, it’s time to dispose of them in order to buy new ones, because stationary air defense is nonsense in our time, as well as airfields and buildings
    1. Arberes
      Arberes 5 September 2013 09: 08 New
      +3
      Quote: saag

      Well, you can knock out static objects whose coordinates do not change, you won’t knock out mobile air defense with Tomahawks, stationary old ones, well, it’s time to dispose of them in order to buy new ones, because stationary air defense is nonsense in our time, as well as airfields and buildings

      Well, this is all solved too. Will they introduce a no-fly zone, drones, reconnaissance satellites will hang, and they will finish off everything that moves? It will be necessary and aviation will be connected at a late stage, SERBIA, LIVIA all according to the simulated scenario!
  • baltika-18
    baltika-18 5 September 2013 08: 36 New
    +4
    The article was negative. Reason: the phrase "Many sins will be forgiven to Vladimir Putin and his comrades-in-arms if they find the courage to decisively defend Syria ...." Is the author God or is in direct contact with him?
  • Gerurra
    Gerurra 5 September 2013 08: 53 New
    +2
    Many sins will be forgiven to Vladimir Putin and his associates if they find the courage to decisively defend Syria and take all possible measures to end the aggression of the United States and allies against a sovereign state.
    Yes, it may be so. But there is one BUT. With such a volume of purchased real estate and bank deposits, as well as participation in foreign projects, our managers shout about protecting Syria pretending to be concern. While quietly showing the Nuggosaxes that this is not so. they must do what they did with the Indians and other nationalities where they carried "civilization."
  • Old warrant officer
    Old warrant officer 5 September 2013 08: 53 New
    +2
    And why would Bashar urgently not apply for accession to the SCO and also urgently consider and accept Syria?
  • Alexxeg73
    Alexxeg73 5 September 2013 08: 58 New
    +3
    "... Many sins will be forgiven to Vladimir Putin and his associates if they find the courage to decisively defend Syria and take all possible measures to end the aggression of the United States and allies against a sovereign state. ..."

    The result is important here. Stop feeding us with promises and hopes! As well as the visibility of activity and activity! Result! I reformulate the author’s phrase as applied to himself personally: “... I will forgive many sins to Vladimir Putin and his associates if they decisively SPEAK for Syria and WILL ACHIEVE the cessation of aggression by the United States and its allies against a sovereign state ...” Only so, READ! And then I personally, having voted for the Communists for twenty years in the elections, will go next time and vote for the GDP.
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    1. Gregazov
      Gregazov 5 September 2013 12: 16 New
      +1
      Learn the materiel. First you will be circumcised (if you long for this), and then you need to pronounce the Muslim creed (there is no god except ..., and his prophet ...), but if you change your mind later, you will be sentenced to death in absentia. For such a murder, the highest degree of reward.
    2. alone
      alone 5 September 2013 17: 53 New
      0
      Free !! wassat
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  • pensioner
    pensioner 5 September 2013 09: 16 New
    0
    The fact that in case of defeat (pah, pah, pah!) Assad Christianity as a religion in the BV will come to an end - is understandable. But with it all the material embodiment of a centuries-old Christian culture will disappear. This is an irreplaceable resource of mankind. Buildings, murals, objects of worship, books, and a lot of things - will be plundered, destroyed, be deprived of professional care ... Democratizers (incidentally, Christians) are also ready to sacrifice this for the sake of establishing the "correct" regime in Syria? Did anyone ask them similar questions?
    1. Gregazov
      Gregazov 5 September 2013 12: 18 New
      0
      The main thing is people and their faith. Everything else will die sooner or later.
    2. Uncle
      Uncle 5 September 2013 14: 31 New
      +1
      Quote: retired
      But with it all the material embodiment of a centuries-old Christian culture will disappear.

      Do not measure God's fate with the human standards. Under the Red Terror, people managed to keep both the Orthodox Faith and church values ​​of the relics of saints. The Lord said: "I will win, but you SHOULD FIGHT!"
    3. Orakul2000
      Orakul2000 6 September 2013 05: 16 New
      -1
      Yeah, there it is! So it turns out that Jerusalem suddenly moved to Syria, and Nazareth and Tiberias and Bethlehem at the same time?
      Do not exaggerate, all the same, the center of BVongo Christianity in Israel but not as not in Syria.
      Read the Bible inadvertently.
  • saag
    saag 5 September 2013 09: 19 New
    0
    Quote: Arberes
    It will be necessary and connect aviation at a late stage

    It all depends on the number of downed tomahawks, this indicator will affect the decision on the use of aviation, no one is reluctant to be transferred to the ground plane as easily
    1. Arberes
      Arberes 5 September 2013 09: 23 New
      +2
      Quote: saag
      It all depends on the number of downed tomahawks, this indicator will affect the decision on the use of aviation, no one is reluctant to be transferred to the ground plane as easily

      I do not argue! Just add a little bit. Much more will depend on the skills and coherence of the Syrian military! drinks
      1. Orakul2000
        Orakul2000 6 September 2013 05: 26 New
        -1
        Unfortunately, they don’t have any training or coherence.
        If they had a normal general headquarters that normally leads and takes care of the regular army, then it should have been driven these partisans into the ground a year and a half ago. And when the army is more than the bodyguard of the ruling Alawite group, and is not financed and trained as it should, whose soldiers are not particularly resistant (Arabs all the same), what are their chances against the most powerful army in the world?
        1. ruslan207
          ruslan207 6 September 2013 07: 52 New
          0
          There is no chance if they did not find missile launches, but in Russia what can I say
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    1. Orakul2000
      Orakul2000 6 September 2013 05: 28 New
      -2
      Unhappy unhappy, we are also not profitable fall predictable Basharka!
  • tank64rus
    tank64rus 5 September 2013 09: 30 New
    0
    The United States led by Obama are the faithful followers of Adolf. Everything repeats, now Syria is Spain in 36-37g.
  • deman73
    deman73 5 September 2013 09: 37 New
    0
    we must help everyone we can, up to military intervention
    1. VDV 80-82
      VDV 80-82 5 September 2013 10: 00 New
      +1
      that's enough. we were already mocking! it’s necessary to pull the ov deeper into Syria and as comrades write right here, arrange them Vietnam-2.0
  • goody
    goody 5 September 2013 09: 49 New
    0
    When will these ghouls get drunk with their money?
    And our friends, unfortunately, will have to prepare to be the next, in a cycle to guide a controlled house. Now they are just looking for an idea for the unity of Russia: "all sorts of innovations, breakthroughs in efficiency, saving on social programs." And the idea may be: "We will strengthen, and thereby save Russia"+"Ready for work and defense", and for such a leader, who in fact has proved his commitment to this idea, people will go in vain ...
  • shkil2010
    shkil2010 5 September 2013 09: 56 New
    0
    I will respect Putin if he shows his teeth to overseas goblins and saves Syria. By the principle of the Kosovo airborne assault — something similar. I'm sure the Americans will immediately give up!
  • svskor80
    svskor80 5 September 2013 10: 36 New
    +1
    Unfortunately, we have nothing to show the Americans, technically, the amers are better equipped, plus a little advanced in such operations. It’s pointless to go into armed conflict with them now, which, by the way, was also veiled by Lavrov and Putin. They decide to bomb - they will bomb. Another thing is the determination of the Syrians in such circumstances to continue to fight with the bandits further, after all, the Americans will not land themselves, so there is always a chance to continue the struggle. And here you can already support them with the supply of weapons.
  • Yeraz
    Yeraz 5 September 2013 10: 59 New
    0
    Yes, Russia will not do anything, it’s in the sites of the cheers-patriots who knock down and kill Amers in heaps, and in reality, the Amers will again do what they want to continue whining in the internet. That's all.
    Although I do not yet believe in the US attack, I hope that I am mistaken.
    1. kapustinmax
      kapustinmax 5 September 2013 12: 18 New
      0
      I agree completely, we are in full J. Amers that they want to do something!
      They will bomb Syria in the Stone Age and current !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 5 September 2013 11: 05 New
    +2
    Syria is doomed. She was doomed from the very beginning, as soon as the United States and all "progressive humanity" declared Assad a cruel tyrant, and rebel terrorists as "freedom fighters." It was also clear that the “Belli incident” would be created in any case — errors, as they would no longer be repeated in Iraq. But that’s not even the point. Russia has no leverage over this very “progressive humanity” and is always forced to swallow and accept everything “de facto”. As the West decides, so it will be, Russia will only squeak a mournfully in the corner and calm down. But, if you wanted, you could buy some particularly screaming media in the same west and wage an ideological war using the methods of the same west. Yes, how many more methods have the competent authorities to influence our "partners". After all, Syria is not the only issue, it is necessary to form a whole system for the formation of the opinion we need in the West for a long time, but alas, nothing of this has been done and is not being done ... I am disgusted to see how Lavrov once again mumbles something there from the screen about "UN, an independent, fair investigation" ... Ugh.
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 5 September 2013 11: 24 New
      +3
      Quote: Monster_Fat
      After all, Syria is not the only issue, it is necessary to form a whole system for the formation of the opinion we need in the West for a long time, but alas, none of this has been done, and is not being done ...

      Yes, what?
      And I, the sinner, believed that there has been an information war, in which the "tolerant liberal" Western civilization has long accused Russia of all possible sins.
      Yes, today we are weaker than the “mattress”, so we are forced to play the game within the legal framework.
      1. kapustinmax
        kapustinmax 5 September 2013 12: 21 New
        +1
        I absolutely agree - it’s better not to say !!!!!!!!!! 1
    2. Fedych
      Fedych 5 September 2013 17: 20 New
      0
      This is not enough! - over there, the USA destroys the so-called. militants in Pakistan and other places and do not care for them all the whining of the whole world. The Saudis have been training for many years, financing the so-called Russia’s militants - Russia at least once could, wanted to liquidate similar camps, and so-called comrades’s comrades, to restrain: -alas and crazy and daring, and the possibilities are painfully short. In their country, the Russians are not given the opportunity, nor the rights, nor guarantees to reproduce. There really are no Russians in Russia, all Russians. And what to expect from this controlling scum? Fedorov is right, Russia today is an antediluvian colony of the USA, with its only right to publicly and dutifully twitch. A spirit fundamentally perverted cannot bear the fruits of peace, strength and understanding. Though puppet, but V.V. Putin is the last of the Mohicans. - Lord save, guide, admonish and scourge him with the stupidity of the spiritually, ideologically and believing Russian people who have been omitted. This is Calvary, the path of ascension to the Lord. God bless you and lead the One Lord of all and all!
  • Ddhal
    Ddhal 5 September 2013 11: 19 New
    +1
    They are jackals-jackals. Eat tolerant deer, take over elephants, bears and wolves, leaving a panda for dessert ....
    Ab exsecutore sententiae appellare non licet ....
    It's time for the cubs to wake up and call mom ..
  • knn54
    knn54 5 September 2013 12: 00 New
    +1
    "Paradoxically, the Christian presence in the Middle East is always a guarantee of the preservation of precisely traditional, civilizational Islam here. As soon as the Christian population is cut out and expelled in a particular region of the Middle East, the destruction of traditional Islam begins." Head of the Council of Ulema of the Russian Islamic Association consent (RAIS - All-Russian Muftiate) Mufti Farid Salman.
    PS Despite the weakening of ties after the October Revolution of 1917 in Russia, contacts between the ROC and the AOC continued, as did the Orthodox friendly attitude. Arabs to Russian. The Patriarch of Antioch, Alexander III, who had studied at the KLA and spoke fluent Russian in his time, turned to Christians around the world with a request for support from Russia and its people in the year the Great Patriotic War began. In the monasteries and temples of Syria and Lebanon, prayers were offered for granting victory over the invaders. The Holy Land cannot be left in disaster.
    1. Uncle
      Uncle 5 September 2013 14: 43 New
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      Quote: knn54
      In the monasteries and temples of Syria and Lebanon, prayers were offered for granting victory over the invaders. The Holy Land cannot be left in disaster.

      The Moscow diocese even collects donations to the people of Syria ...
  • Slotxnumx
    Slotxnumx 5 September 2013 12: 09 New
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    Arab countries have proposed taking over the costs of a possible US military intervention in Syria, said US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday.
    http://vz.ru/news/2013/9/4/648712.html
    Apparently, the American bureaucrats are loyal to the Arab countries, rather than their soldiers ...
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 5 September 2013 12: 17 New
      +3
      Quote: Slot46
      Apparently, the American bureaucrats are loyal to the Arab countries, rather than their soldiers ...

      THEIR WORLD is ruled by MONEY ...
      And at this moment, I am reassured by the picture of all the ships leaving Baltiysk into the sea - handsome!
  • igor67
    igor67 5 September 2013 12: 40 New
    +2
    Good day to everyone, the article is nonsense and serves to incite inter-religious hostility, I perfectly understand the feelings of all for the fate of Syria, but at the expense of Christianity this is too much, Why Syria? And Lebanon and Israel? In Lebanon, Hezbolah supported by Syria massacred the Christians, and why aren't you outraged? In Israel, no one is persecuting Christians, are Arabs Christians the highest ranks in the army and police, and doctors and nurses? The only thing that immigrants from the former USSR go to the Greek Orthodox Church, there are services in Russian, since they tried to get into the Russian mission, they did not let us in, paradox. Before yelling here on the site about missiles and bombs, first think about who you are Orthodox Christians or ... Respectfully to you forum users!
    1. Flooding
      Flooding 5 September 2013 16: 19 New
      +1
      Quote: igor67
      In Lebanon, Hezbolah supported by Syria massacred the Christians and for some reason you are not outraged?

      Quote: igor67
      In Israel, no one is persecuting Christians, are Arabs Christians the highest ranks in the army and police, and doctors and nurses?

      Quote: igor67
      Why Syria?

      Very strange. If there was anything to envy in this case, then I would have thought that you are guided by a feeling close to envy. Why should the fate of Lebanese Christians be more important and closer to the fate of Syrian Christians, or vice versa? Nobody poses a question like that.
      Of course, the situation in Syria and the country's struggle with the invaders aroused attention to the issue. Do you think this is unfair?
      Of course, the response of the readers is caused by those relations that connect Russia and Syria. Do you think this is unreasonable?
      1. igor67
        igor67 5 September 2013 22: 07 New
        -1
        Quote: Flood
        Quote: igor67
        In Lebanon, Hezbolah supported by Syria massacred the Christians and for some reason you are not outraged?

        Quote: igor67
        In Israel, no one is persecuting Christians, are Arabs Christians the highest ranks in the army and police, and doctors and nurses?

        Quote: igor67
        Why Syria?

        Very strange. If there was anything to envy in this case, then I would have thought that you are guided by a feeling close to envy. Why should the fate of Lebanese Christians be more important and closer to the fate of Syrian Christians, or vice versa? Nobody poses a question like that.
        Of course, the situation in Syria and the country's struggle with the invaders aroused attention to the issue. Do you think this is unfair?
        Of course, the response of the readers is caused by those relations that connect Russia and Syria. Do you think this is unreasonable?

        What does it have to do with it? The article is called how? The fall of Syria is the end of Christianity in BV, but this is insanity, Lebanon is a Christian state and the president of the country must be a Christian, in Egypt there are Copts in Israel if you know what the birthplace of Jesus, Nazareth and Jerusalem are about. Does that say? Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where the Holy Fire lights up for Orthodox Easter. The article is definitely a minus, you don’t have to embroil religion in the war for resources, in this situation there is a war for who will sell gas and oil to Europe, and for this very reason even Russia with its southern stream and Saudi Arabia with Qatar and Israel with its Leviathan, I repeat, everyone wants to sell Gas to Europe.
        1. Flooding
          Flooding 6 September 2013 09: 57 New
          +1
          Quote: igor67
          in Israel, if you know the birthplace of Jesus, Nazareth and Jerusalem are all about you. Does that say? Church of the Holy Sepulcher, where the Holy Fire lights up for Orthodox Easter

          Just do not talk about Israel in this vein. Modern Israel has no direct relation to the Christian religion. If the Israeli state had not been created in due time, the Holy Fire would have kindled in the same way, just as the Holy Land would have been a place of pilgrimage and worship of Christians.
          Israel is tolerant, no more and no less.
          And the expulsion of Christians from Syria can really be the beginning of the end.
          Quote: igor67
          no religion involved in the war for the resource

          Well, finally, I heard truthful words about the war unleashed in Syria from the lips of an Israeli citizen.
          And then the whole fight against tyranny, the war on terrorism ...
  • Uhe
    Uhe 5 September 2013 13: 06 New
    +3
    I think it's not over yet. The first Christians in the Middle East are the Copts living in Egypt. They preserved the most ancient Christian rites and beliefs. Therefore, while the Copts are alive, Christianity in the Middle East is also alive.
    1. Uncle
      Uncle 5 September 2013 14: 47 New
      +2
      Quote: Uhe
      The first Christians in the Middle East are the Copts living in Egypt

      They are reduced to the level of the plinth through the efforts of Muslims, whom Egypt had once hospitably let into itself. And the fact that they are still physically alive is not the norm, Miracle.
      1. Revolver
        Revolver 5 September 2013 20: 12 New
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        Quote: Uncle
        Muslims, whom Egypt once hospitably allowed

        He will put a bearded saber to your throat - so you’re not like him in your apartment hospitably let, and also rewrite his name.
        So the Copts had to, and now Egypt is considered an Arab country.
  • igor67
    igor67 5 September 2013 14: 51 New
    +1
    Yes, here's the news:
    05.09 11: 16 MIGnews.com
    New Iranian President wishes Jews a Happy New Year

    Iran’s newly elected president, Hassan Rouhani, congratulated Jews on New Year’s Wednesday night on Twitter.

    “With the sunset in Tehran, I congratulate all Jews, in particular Iranian Jews, on Rosh Hashanah,” the report said.

    To the congratulations, Rouhani attached an image of a praying Jew in a pile.

    Such a congratulation is unusual for the leader of the Islamic Republic, as Iran has been tough on Israel.
  • alone
    alone 5 September 2013 18: 03 New
    0
    The fall of Syria - the end of Christianity in the Middle East


    The religion of the Jews, Christians and Muslims was given to us by GOD (ALLAH) .and only he can decide when and where the end of this or that religion in the world will come. If any of the three religions would end, God would not send it to us. Therefore, consider ordinary mortal man the savior of some religion, I consider blasphemy and a terrible sin. !! minus article
  • Alexandr0id
    Alexandr0id 5 September 2013 19: 30 New
    +3
    Well, if the key to the survival of Christians in the Middle East is the preservation of the power of the Alawite sect, then it is really time for Christians to "drain the water" - to quickly emigrate to more peaceful lands, because in any case, this phenomenon is temporary. but in fact nothing terrible will happen to them (more terrible than the rest). this region has been ruled by Muslims since the 7th century with small interruptions for the crusaders and the Franco-British mandate, and nothing - Christians have more or less safely lived these 13 centuries, and will live for a very long time, it's too early for you to bury them.
  • GEO
    GEO 5 September 2013 20: 24 New
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    Quote: Uncle
    Quote: Uhe
    I am surprised that the ROC has not yet canonized him in any status.

    And I am surprised that you are surprised by this. We will not talk about the entire history of the reign of the ITT, it’s enough to take the Butovo training ground near Moscow, where some priests were shot for 100 people, for the priesthood this is a collapse! There was a period when only 000 people remained bishops and the arrest of one of them would terminate the ordination of the bishops, thank God, this did not happen. And the events described coincide with the reign of the IVS.
    However, during the Second World War monasteries and laurels were opened, but at the end of the war repressions against believers resumed.
    So it’s not worth talking about canonization, but in the IVS’s activities there is something for which it is worthy of respect and monuments throughout Russia, this is the extermination of the Leninist party, direct ideologists and leaders of the revolution, pure Satanists.

    Repressions began again under Khrushchev. Before Stalin's death, they were not there. In what year did the Butovo landfill happen? Who then ruled in the NKVD and held more or less significant posts ..?
  • GEO
    GEO 5 September 2013 20: 30 New
    -1
    Quote: igor67
    Yes, here's the news:
    05.09 11: 16 MIGnews.com
    New Iranian President wishes Jews a Happy New Year

    Iran’s newly elected president, Hassan Rouhani, congratulated Jews on New Year’s Wednesday night on Twitter.

    “With the sunset in Tehran, I congratulate all Jews, in particular Iranian Jews, on Rosh Hashanah,” the report said.

    To the congratulations, Rouhani attached an image of a praying Jew in a pile.

    Such a congratulation is unusual for the leader of the Islamic Republic, as Iran has been tough on Israel.

    And what does Israel have to do with it? Jews also live in Iran. Did you not know?
  • nik221276
    nik221276 5 September 2013 22: 27 New
    0
    Maybe, finally, in Russia (and in a part of another world), after the collapse of the USSR, the ideology that he destroyed — Orthodoxy! Begins to rise from the ashes !?