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Three years of Syria resilience

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March 15 turned 3 since the time when Western intelligence agencies, with the support of their Arabian puppets, spread the influence of the corrupting “Arab Spring” to Syria. In their plans was the fall of the Syrian state in a few weeks. However, despite the unprecedented support of the “opposition” by external forces, despite the fierce political pressure, unilateral, illegitimate sanctions imposed by the US and the EU without UN sanction, despite the brazen threats of open intervention — Syria has been holding 3 for the year. And not just holding on, but winning the victory after the victory.

Just on the third anniversary of the beginning of the pseudo-revolution, the Syrian army entered the city of Yabrud in the area of ​​Kalamoun. Currently, the sweep continues, but we can talk about a very important turning point in the fighting in the province of Damascus. This special operation is no less important than last year’s sweep of the city of Al-Ksayr, Homs province. The terrorists are cut off from the border area between Syria and Lebanon, from where they were replenished and supplied weapons and technology.

At the same time, during the cleansing of Yabrud, clashes broke out between the militants themselves. Radical groups insisted on “standing to the end” - although they have nowhere to stand - the ground is burning under the feet of the bandits. More moderate forces wanted to "retreat tactically." Of course, such clashes are only on hand to the Syrian soldiers.

However, the criminals have nowhere to escape. Lebanese soldiers are not eager to see terrorists in their country. In the Ersal border region, a truck was detained along with five militants who were trying to flee into Lebanese territory. They confiscated weapons and ammunition. In the area of ​​Wadi Khaled, another group of bandits fleeing Yabrud was detained, from whom narcotic substances were seized.

SAR Defense Minister Fahed Jassem Al-Freij arrived in Yabrud. He visited the servicemen participating in the operation, paid tribute to their heroism, and expressed moral support.

On these days, the Syrians hold solidarity actions throughout the country with the heroic army defending the country from gangs. On March 15, a mass demonstration was held in the city of Deir ez-Zor in the Al-Jura district.

On March 16, people gathered at Saba Bahrat Square in the center of Damascus to express their support for the army and the country's leadership and to celebrate the third anniversary of Syria’s resilience in these difficult conditions.





Another demonstration was held in the province of Damascus in the city of Deir-Atya.

Meanwhile, the Syrian parliament approved a bill on the holding of presidential elections to be held in July this year. Unprecedented is the fact that it is against the holding of democratic elections in Syria, provided for by the Constitution, in due time, - the West and its puppets are expressing.

At this time, the position of the United States and Europe was instructed to voice the UN special envoy for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi, despite the fact that he, as an intermediary, must be neutral. However, for some reason, he took on this role and said the absurd thing: allegedly conducting a voting procedure in Syria could adversely affect the negotiations in Geneva, since the “opposition” is likely to refuse to participate in these elections.

Why did the idea of ​​democratic presidential elections in Syria not please the West? Apparently, by the fact that there is no informational reason to say that, they say, the “dictator”, with which Western politicians are trying to present the legitimate and popular among the masses, President Bashar Al-Assad, he wished “to remain in power indefinitely.” And what would be a pretext for external aggression!

In addition, the puppet Washington and Brussels - anti-Syrian "opposition" - make claims to the electoral law. In particular, they are not satisfied with the clause of the law, according to which a Syrian citizen who has lived in the country for the last 10 years can be a presidential candidate. This is quite a reasonable demand, since the head of state must live with the aspirations of his people, and not with the desires of someone from abroad.

But the “oppositionists”, who are used to jacking about foreign five-star hotels, expecting pathetic handouts from the owners, apparently, cannot find a single suitable candidate. Apparently, inside Syria there is not a single oppositionist person who has the courage to challenge Bashar al-Assad in an honest political confrontation.

"Oppositionists" just nobody to send to the polls. And, if this “opposition” really refuses to nominate its candidate, this will be another strong proof that it is infinitely far from the Syrian people and is not capable of expressing its will. As well as the fact that, in essence, there is no “Syrian opposition” - there are only bandit formations consisting of those who are far from political struggle and pursue selfish goals.
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  1. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 18 March 2014 07: 34
    +29
    Hold on to Syria! We will deal with Bandera and specifically help you!
    1. domokl
      domokl 18 March 2014 09: 18
      +15
      Somehow, in connection with the events in Ukraine, Syria receded into the background, as it were. But we remember the heroic confrontation of the Syrian people against the democratizers of the West. We are friends with you!
      During these three years, you have proved that no bandits can break the will of the people!
      We now really hope that in Ukraine, in the end, normal people will win ... Not bandits and fascists, but ordinary Ukrainians ... And it doesn’t matter how they live ... They will live like you , in their own country and according to their laws and faith.
      Elena, thank you very much for the objective information from the scene! good
    2. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 18 March 2014 15: 41
      +6
      I’ll leave a couple of cards, maybe someone does not have time to monitor the situation and these cards will help to figure it out.

      The situation in Damascus
      September 2013


      February 2014


      The situation in Aleppo
      October 2013


      March 2014


      The situation in Daraa
      October 2013


      The situation in Deir ez-Zor
      January 2014


      The situation in Hama
      September 2013
    3. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 18 March 2014 15: 49
      +4
      The situation in Homs
      January 2014


      Homs Province Fights for Yabrud Neighborhood
      February 12 2014

      March 14 2014

      March 16 2014
      1. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 18 March 2014 17: 45
        +3
        Sorry, the city of Yabrud is located in the province of Damascus, and not in the province of Homs.
  2. Predator-74
    Predator-74 18 March 2014 07: 39
    +19
    I hope the war in Syria will end soon and the people of Syria will breathe freely.
    1. Igor39
      Igor39 18 March 2014 07: 45
      +12
      Syria will win! It's unavoidable...
    2. Venya Diesel
      Venya Diesel 18 March 2014 12: 54
      +8
      I really hope that the Almighty will help Syria - this horror will stop, and the people of Syria will again become strong and happy.
  3. Alexandr 2
    Alexandr 2 18 March 2014 07: 44
    +14
    Syria is an example of unlimited courage and stamina.
  4. Nikich
    Nikich 18 March 2014 08: 01
    +8
    Quote: MIKHAN
    Hold on to Syria! We will deal with Bandera and specifically help you!

    And then to everyone else (North Korea, Venezuela ...)
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 18 March 2014 11: 27
      +1
      Quote: Nikich
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Hold on to Syria! We will deal with Bandera and specifically help you!

      And then to everyone else (North Korea, Venezuela ...)

      First, Israel and the Saudis .. they are clearly asking for help ..))) bully
  5. mamont5
    mamont5 18 March 2014 08: 02
    +12
    Bravo Syria! You are another nail in the backside of America!
  6. valokordin
    valokordin 18 March 2014 08: 35
    -8
    Well done Elena, Assad won another victory, which in a row?
  7. Pukanpein
    Pukanpein 18 March 2014 09: 13
    +15
    Assad is a Syrian Lukashenko.
    Why is it bad that a capable person is in power?
    And what prevents idiots from coming to power.
    1. supertiger21
      supertiger21 18 March 2014 17: 00
      +3
      Quote: PukanPein
      And what prevents idiots from coming to power.


      Or rather wild animals ... laughing
  8. hhhhhhh
    hhhhhhh 18 March 2014 09: 31
    +4
    Quote: mamont5
    Bravo Syria! You are another nail in the backside of America!

    Rather, in the lid of the coffin ...
  9. Rusin Dima
    Rusin Dima 18 March 2014 09: 43
    +9
    Syrians are real warriors and loyal people of their homeland good luck to you Syrians
    And Elena Thundering forces, patience and more articles that we look forward to
  10. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 18 March 2014 10: 11
    +5
    You look and Syria will hold a referendum .. (dreams so far but everything can be) It is time for Russia to restore order in the world .. Without the USSR, the world has lived the blood is pouring river deceit war devastation ..
  11. Azaat
    Azaat 18 March 2014 10: 12
    +6
    Elena is a big plus for her articles on Syria. I am waiting for real peace to come quickly in Syria, and not an armed truce.
  12. Professor
    Professor 18 March 2014 10: 12
    -14%
    March 15 marks 3 years since the time when Western intelligence agencies, with the support of their Arab puppets, spread the influence of the corrupt "Arab spring" on Syria.

    But in fact, people came to a peaceful demonstration with the demands of reform. For example, the abolition of martial law operating in Syria for decades. And their optometrist from machine guns ... and off we go.

    Syria has been holding on for 3 years. And not just holds on, but triumphs after victory.

    140 dead, millions of refugees, complete devastation ... Such "victories" after "victories" soon in Syria, except for Elena Gromova, will be gone.

    On these days, the Syrians hold solidarity actions throughout the country with the heroic army defending the country from gangs. On March 15, a mass demonstration was held in the city of Deir ez-Zor in the Al-Jura district.

    How touching the close-up photographs of the "mass" demonstration. About 30 people counted.

    Unprecedented is the fact that against the holding of democratic elections in Syria, provided for by the Constitution, in due time, - the West and its puppets speak out.

    Lady, but do not enlighten us why they oppose this decision of the parliament? Is it because by this decision all candidates from the opposition were removed from the elections and again they left only an optometrist?

    what Western politicians are trying to represent the legitimate and popular among the masses of President Bashar al-Assad

    Ostap carried ... When did he become popular? Putting 140000 of his fellow tribesmen? About the rule of law would generally be silent. He was elected by the parliament (not the people) of Syria in violation of the constitution. Do you know the age qualification !!! fool
    1. I_VOIN_I
      I_VOIN_I 18 March 2014 10: 39
      +11
      If his people had not supported, Assad would have fallen long ago. Turn on the logic. And the dead civilians are mostly victims of militants. Soldiers come from the people, no soldier no army. But Assad has an army.
      1. Professor
        Professor 18 March 2014 11: 10
        -7
        Quote: I_VOIN_I
        If his people had not supported, Assad would have fallen long ago.

        The majority of the Syrian population are Sunnis. They never supported the Aladite Asad family. In the army, almost the entire Alawite leadership team, and most Alavite conscripts. Plus, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and tens of thousands of Hezbollons. Here is such support for asad. By the way, it is customary in Syria to appoint a vice president from the Sunnis. Have you heard of him in the last 3 years?

        Quote: I_VOIN_I
        Turn on the logic.

        I just need to look out the window or chat with Arabs who work with me, who have relatives in Syria.

        Quote: I_VOIN_I
        And the dead civilians are mostly victims of militants.



        Quote: I_VOIN_I
        Soldiers come from the people, no soldier no army.

        See above about soldiers, people and aliens.
        1. Walk
          Walk 18 March 2014 14: 12
          +8
          Precisely. Everything, as in the textbook. And the demonstration in Syria was as peaceful as in Kiev, and jackals should be elected for the post of president, who live abroad and feed on handouts of enemies of the country, and Assad used chemical weapons, and who else. And the rebels, among which mercenaries from other countries prevail, are white and fluffy. And, yes, Israel knows better.
          1. Professor
            Professor 18 March 2014 14: 54
            -3
            And the demonstration in Syria was as peaceful as in Kiev

            Are you for a red word? Got it. Assads are not used to ceremonies with demonstrators. Papa Assad (also the legal president, or rather the president in law) tanked 20 thousand demonstrators 40 years ago and his son decided to stay in power in the same way. How long?


            and jackals who live abroad and feed on handouts of enemies of the country should be elected as president

            Should be elected those for whom the people are ready to vote. Like that.

            and Assad used chemical weapons

            He used it, and when they took it for the gills, he immediately admitted it was available and even agreed to get rid of this weapon so that the authorities could hold on a little longer.

            And the rebels, among which mercenaries from other countries prevail, are white and fluffy
            The insurgents there are different, and we have heard tales about "prevailing mercenaries from other countries" for a long time. Here's the evidence just not yet seen.

            And, yes, Israel knows better.

            Definitely. Firstly, the cannonade sounds are also heard in our country, and secondly, the relatives of the Syrians know better what is happening 50 km from our borders.
        2. supertiger21
          supertiger21 18 March 2014 17: 19
          +4
          Quote: Professor
          Plus, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and tens of thousands of Hezbollons.


          It is strange that you wrote them down in the Alawites what .They are Shiites actually!
          1. Professor
            Professor 18 March 2014 17: 28
            -1
            Quote: supertiger21
            Quote: Professor
            Plus, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and tens of thousands of Hezbollons.


            It is strange that you wrote them down in the Alawites what .They are Shiites actually!

            I wrote "PLUS", which means "in addition". hi
            1. supertiger21
              supertiger21 18 March 2014 17: 54
              +1
              Quote: Professor
              I wrote "PLUS", which means "in addition".


              Ah .. Well then it’s clear .. smile
    2. supertiger21
      supertiger21 18 March 2014 17: 15
      +3
      Quote: Professor
      And their optometrist from machine guns ... and off we go.


      The so-called revolutionaries were the first to open fire. Assad has always been on the side of a peaceful solution.

      Quote: Professor
      140 dead, millions of refugees, complete devastation ...


      And of course, Assad personally strangled and cut them all))) Keep in mind that, unlike bandit groups like the United State of Iraq and the Levant, Assad at least does not purge the population. The brutality of revolutionary militants can be seen with the naked eye ...

      Quote: Professor
      When did he become popular?


      When the bearded scum began to bring down packs! am

      Quote: Professor
      Putting 140000 of his fellow tribesmen?


      I repeat, where did you get that all (!) Of these victims of his handiwork ??? For three years now, the militants have executed everything that moves, it's time to notice.

      Quote: Professor
      He was elected by the parliament (not the people) of Syria in violation of the constitution.


      Well, the elections will be this year. And the people of Syria will finally elect a democratic president. However, even if Syria has a new president, I don’t think that the militants will accept him. The war is likely to continue anyway.
      1. Professor
        Professor 18 March 2014 17: 26
        -6
        Quote: supertiger21
        The so-called revolutionaries were the first to open fire. Assad has always been on the side of a peaceful solution.

        bullshit

        Quote: supertiger21
        And of course, Assad personally strangled and cut them all))) Keep in mind that, unlike bandit groups like the United State of Iraq and the Levant, Assad at least does not purge the population. The brutality of revolutionary militants can be seen with the naked eye

        1. The President of the country is responsible for what is happening on its territory.
        2. Assad soldiers were also seen in atrocities against civilians. What is the blockade of the Assad of the Yarmouk refugee camp, where hundreds of children died of starvation alone?

        Quote: supertiger21
        When the bearded scum began to bring down packs!

        The civil war in Syria is religious and confessional. The Sunni majority, both religious and secular, opposes Assad.

        Quote: supertiger21
        I repeat, where did you get that all (!) Of these victims of his handiwork ??? For three years now, the militants have executed everything that moves, it's time to notice.

        Nobody talks about "everything". Nevertheless, it is the Assad who uses aviation, cluster munitions, vacuum bombs on residential areas on the principle: "who did not hide, I am not to blame." It was the Assad who used weapons of mass destruction against the civilian population.

        Quote: supertiger21
        Well, the elections will be this year. And the people of Syria will finally choose a democratic president.

        Non-alternative elections at gunpoint are just as legitimate as referendums in the occupied territories.

        Quote: supertiger21
        The war is likely to continue anyway.

        In this I absolutely agree with you. Point of no return passed. Sunnis will not forgive the Alawites for this massacre.
        1. supertiger21
          supertiger21 18 March 2014 18: 11
          +3
          Quote: Professor
          bullshit


          Can you give a little reason?

          Quote: Professor
          1. The President of the country is responsible for what is happening on its territory.


          Assad is not responsible for the actions of the United States, France, Turkey, the CA and others in relation to his state. This is not a purely internal conflict in order to blame all the blame on the head of the country.

          Quote: Professor
          2. Assad soldiers were also seen in atrocities against civilians. What is the blockade of the Assad of the Yarmouk refugee camp, where hundreds of children died of starvation alone?


          Maybe so! But such a blockade was most likely an important part of the military operation. Nevertheless, Assad does not deliberately destroy the people, but by chance (roughly speaking). In contrast to the "rebels" who deliberately slaughter everyone who is not with them.

          Quote: Professor
          Nobody talks about "everything".


          Well then, it was not necessary to say about 140 thousand victims, whom Assad allegedly kills.

          Quote: Professor
          Non-alternative elections at gunpoint are just as legitimate as referendums in the occupied territories.


          Well, these are subjective assumptions ...

          Quote: Professor
          In this I absolutely agree with you. Point of no return passed. Sunnis will not forgive the Alawites for this massacre.


          Here the conflict is not only between Sunnis and Alawites. Don't forget about the Kurds, they are unlikely to want to live under the yoke of the "liberators of Syria."

          Quote: Professor
          It was Assad who used WMD against civilians.


          If I were you, I wouldn’t trust the words of Obama and the Syrian militants. Yes, and judge for yourself - why should Assad strangle the people once more if this would only harm him ??? The International Commission also determined that the chemical attack was side of the militants.

          Quote: Professor
          It is Assad


          I want to write a person’s name with a capital letter, no matter what independence it may be. As if I hated Hitler, I also write it with a capital letter.
          1. Professor
            Professor 18 March 2014 21: 39
            -3
            Quote: supertiger21
            Can you give a little reason?

            I repeat. People went to the PEACE demonstration without weapons, and Assad on them from machine guns.

            Quote: supertiger21
            This is not a purely internal conflict in order to blame all the blame on the head of the country.

            This Civil war and its assad could be prevented only by agreeing to the abolition of martial law and the holding of elections. For everything that happens in the country, its leader is responsible. He can’t do away with crime - scatter from the galleys and let another warm up. Assad grabbed onto a chair like ...

            Quote: supertiger21
            Well then, it was not necessary to say about 140 thousand victims, whom Assad allegedly kills.

            Assad and only he is responsible for what is happening in Syria. Assad and only he bombing cities and villages. Assad and only he uses vacuum bombs and cluster munitions.


            Quote: supertiger21
            Well, these are subjective assumptions ...

            Yah? Well, who dabbled with the Assad for the last time? Now who? That and that.

            Quote: supertiger21
            Here the conflict is not only Sunnis and Alawites.

            It is the Sunnis and Alawites. Druze and other weather do not.

            Quote: supertiger21
            Yes, and logically judge for yourself - why should Assad once again strangle the people, if it would only harm him ???

            Then why use vacuum bombs in the city.

            Quote: supertiger21
            The International Commission also determined that the chemical attack was from militants.

            Let's report them here, read together. wink

            Quote: supertiger21
            Maybe so! But such a blockade was most likely an important part of the military operation.

            Just as an important part of the military operation was the use of WMD? Assad does not intentionally bomb cities, but purely by accident ... wassat

            Quote: supertiger21
            I want to write a person’s name with a capital letter, no matter what independence it may be. As if I hated Hitler, I also write it with a capital letter.

            I write the nicknames of wild animals as I see fit. If you don’t like it, you can contact the animal welfare society. hi
            1. supertiger21
              supertiger21 18 March 2014 22: 42
              +1
              Quote: Professor
              I repeat. People went to the PEACE demonstration without weapons, and Assad on them from machine guns.


              Assad was not so dumb as to give such a provocation. The fire was opened only after the militants began to scratch their hands.

              Quote: Professor
              This Civil war and its assad could be prevented only by agreeing to the abolition of martial law and the holding of elections. For everything that happens in the country, its leader is responsible. He can’t do away with crime - scatter from the galleys and let another warm up. Assad grabbed onto a chair like ...


              Of course, in this situation, it would have been more correct for him to leave. But power "is a drug" - how would you behave in his place.

              Quote: Professor
              Assad and only he bombing cities and villages. Assad and only he uses vacuum bombs and cluster munitions.


              And from you it turns out to be a good propagandist of a western position. So the militants are angels in white coats fellow distributing bread and water to the Syrian people. And Assad we have a bloodthirsty tyrant who only wants to drink the blood of the people))) wassat

              Quote: Professor
              Yah? Well, who dabbled with the Assad for the last time? Now who? That and that.


              Well, there haven’t been any elections yet. When they are, then it will be clear.

              Quote: Professor
              It is the Sunnis and Alawites. Druze and other weather do not.


              If you really consider this conflict to be only religious, then you are mistaken. The militants are fighting for green papers, respectively (at least the majority), and the Iranian IRGC helps Assad only for political reasons. This is not only a matter of religion, as you understand.

              Quote: Professor
              Just as an important part of the military operation was the use of WMD?


              There are no reliable facts of its use by Assad’s troops as it cannot be.

              Quote: Professor
              I write the nicknames of wild animals as I see fit. If you don’t like it, you can contact the animal welfare society.


              In this matter you are already your own boss, and I am not going to convince you of it! No.
              1. Professor
                Professor 18 March 2014 22: 52
                0
                Quote: supertiger21
                Fire was opened only after militants began to scratch their hands.

                Let's be more specific about how exactly their hands began to itch? Pliz facts.

                Quote: supertiger21
                And from you it turns out to be a good propagandist of a western position.

                The facts are undeniable. Assad and only Assad bombing the city with everyone who is there. More videos to upload?

                Quote: supertiger21
                Well, there haven’t been any elections yet. When they are, then it will be clear.

                And they will not be. There will be another farce. Like the last time.

                Quote: supertiger21
                If you really consider this conflict to be only religious, then you are mistaken. The militants are fighting for green papers, respectively (at least the majority), and the Iranian IRGC helps Assad only for political reasons. This is not only a matter of religion, as you understand

                In her and only in her. I live among Arabs and I know how they breathe. About mercenaries it amuses. Do you have proof of their reward?

                Quote: supertiger21
                There are no reliable facts of its use by Assad’s troops as it cannot be.

                And where is the report of the international commission? wink
                1. supertiger21
                  supertiger21 19 March 2014 17: 10
                  0
                  Quote: Professor
                  Let's be more specific about how exactly their hands began to itch? Pliz facts.


                  In the summer of 2011, before that there were only demonstrations. And then the people of Syria really expressed their will. I repeat against the demonstrators among the PEOPLE of SYRIA Assad did not open fire. The fire was opened only against the militants.

                  Quote: Professor
                  Assad and only Assad bombing the city with everyone who is there.


                  Firstly, not the cities as a whole, but part of their districts and quarters where the militants are located. Secondly, in modern war one cannot do without bombing, after all, it is not possible to knock out the "liberators" with slingshots. Thirdly, he does not bomb the people and no longer intentionally.

                  Quote: Professor
                  And they will not be. There will be another farce. Like the last time.


                  In addition to stubborn rash pessimism in your proposal, I did not see anything else ... request

                  Quote: Professor
                  In her and only in her.


                  If this was a religious war, then there would have been much more participants in it. But alas, this is only business, because this does not explain the Syrian origin of most of the militants.

                  Quote: Professor
                  I live among Arabs and I know how they breathe.


                  I live in the region of the Russian Federation, where several branches of Islam are adjacent, and there is no open enmity between them. And even if we have explosions, then this is again the work of business. As in your homeland, I don’t know, but I don’t think that a religious conflict can reach such a scale.

                  Quote: Professor
                  About mercenaries it amuses.


                  They are an integral part of the militant army.

                  Quote: Professor
                  Do you have proof of their reward?


                  You don’t have to rummage so far. You yourself recognized about the mercenaries. And what are the mercenaries fighting for? ... right .. for $. You certainly can’t recognize my position, but try to convince me using a lie - do not try stop !!!

                  Quote: Professor
                  And where is the report of the international commission?


                  The data are not exactly known, but there is no evidence that Assad did this.
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 20 March 2014 09: 45
                    0
                    Quote: supertiger21
                    In the summer of 2011, before that there were only demonstrations. And then the people of Syria really expressed their will. I repeat against the demonstrators among the PEOPLE of SYRIA Assad did not open fire. The fire was opened only against the militants.

                    They opened fire on an unarmed demonstration, after which the people rebelled.

                    Quote: supertiger21
                    In addition to stubborn rash pessimism in your proposal, I did not see anything else ...

                    This is realism. There have never been elections in Syria. Dad Assad came to power as a result of a military coup, his son held a referendum. Now there will suddenly be elections? Ha...

                    Quote: supertiger21
                    Firstly, not the cities as a whole, but part of their districts and quarters where the militants are located. Secondly, in modern war one cannot do without bombing, after all, it is not possible to knock out the "liberators" with slingshots. Thirdly, he does not bomb the people and no longer intentionally.

                    1. Well, at least he doesn’t have bombs capable of demolishing the whole city in one raid, and that’s blowing up neighborhoods.
                    2. Bombings are targeted and where God sends. Upload videos?
                    3. He practices this method in particular: a quarterly airstrike, lull, people running in to clear rubble and a second airstrike in the same place to increase the number of victims. Total 160000.

                    Quote: supertiger21
                    If this was a religious war, then there would have been much more participants in it. But alas, this is only business, because this does not explain the Syrian origin of most of the militants.

                    What the hell is business? Israeli Arabs who went to fight against Assad (and are now vacationing in an Israeli prison) went to fight for the Sunnis, not for money. Do you have any facts of receiving remuneration for "mercenaries"?

                    Quote: supertiger21
                    I don’t know about your homeland, but I don’t think that a religious conflict can reach such proportions.

                    You're wrong.

                    Quote: supertiger21
                    They themselves recognized about the mercenaries.

                    Not recognized. All that foreign trash is volunteers until proven otherwise.

                    Quote: supertiger21
                    The data are not exactly known, but there is no evidence that Assad did this.

                    So the commission did not recognize that the opposition used the WMD? wink
                    1. supertiger21
                      supertiger21 20 March 2014 22: 19
                      0
                      Quote: Professor
                      They opened fire on an unarmed demonstration, after which the people rebelled.


                      The very words "people revolted" are already far from the truth. It was not the people who revolted, only the smallest and not the best parts of the people revolted. And whatever it was, the Syrians do not even make up 50% of the militant groups.

                      Quote: Professor
                      This is realism. There have never been elections in Syria. Dad Assad came to power as a result of a military coup, his son held a referendum. Now there will suddenly be elections? Ha...


                      Yesterday there was a tyrant, today we must try democracy too. But why not, maybe it will turn out ?!

                      Quote: Professor
                      What a damn business? Israeli Arabs who have fought against Assad


                      Israeli Arabs are not the only source of saturation for the militants.

                      Quote: Professor
                      went to fight for the Sunnis, and not for money.


                      How to prove it? Religion is an ideal cover for material purposes.

                      Quote: Professor
                      Do you have any facts of receiving remuneration for "mercenaries"?


                      No, like you, there are facts about the version of the religious war. Although where I got them from, I didn’t sign contracts with bearded men request

                      Quote: Professor
                      You're wrong.


                      Just like you! hi

                      Quote: Professor
                      Not recognized. All that foreign trash is volunteers until proven otherwise.


                      Again, you are mistaken! Note that not every person decides to fight only because of religion. Do not deny the fact of the main role of money.

                      Quote: Professor
                      So the commission did not recognize that the opposition used the WMD?


                      Well, you said that Assad used chemical weapons?! So where is the evidence? There may not be evidence of the use of weapons by the opposition, but similar facts about Assad are also absent.

                      Our dispute can take on a troll character, in which there is no point in arguing. Therefore, I ask you to answer strictly to the questions I have said and not try to elude the topic or translate it. I do not force arguing with me, I'm not from the category of trolls wink .
                      1. Professor
                        Professor 22 March 2014 08: 59
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                        Quote: supertiger21
                        And as it were, the Syrians do not even make up 50% of the composition of the militant groups.

                        Link to the source in the studio.

                        Quote: supertiger21
                        Yesterday there was a tyrant, today we must try democracy too. But why not, maybe it will turn out ?!

                        East however. request

                        Quote: supertiger21
                        How to prove it?

                        Presumption of innocence. you need to prove that they are mercenaries, and not to me that they are not.

                        Quote: supertiger21
                        No, as you have facts about the version of religious war.

                        Look at the map where the Sunnis live and where the fighting is going on. Coincidence?



                        Quote: supertiger21
                        Do not deny the fact of the main role of money.

                        this conversation begins to bother. Docs in the studio.

                        Quote: supertiger21
                        Well, you said that Assad used chemical weapons?! So where is the evidence? There may not be evidence of the use of weapons by the opposition, but similar facts about Assad are also absent.

                        Read here: http://www.un.org/disarmament/content/slideshow/Secretary_General_Report_of_CW_I


                        nvestigation.pdf
  13. The shy man
    The shy man 18 March 2014 12: 09
    +6
    good article !!! .. Syria - Ukraine is with you !!! .. hold on .. and beat the bastards !!
  14. Leshka
    Leshka 18 March 2014 13: 57
    +7
    hold on Syria we will pass soon soldier
  15. Smiles to you
    Smiles to you 18 March 2014 14: 12
    +5
    The people of Syria and Assad, perseverance and patience !!!
  16. serega.fedotov
    serega.fedotov 18 March 2014 15: 19
    +3
    Syria is fighting for us too, victories to them sooner !!!!
  17. supertiger21
    supertiger21 18 March 2014 17: 22
    +5
    Well done Assad, like all the people of Syria. For three years now, bearded men and their western pimps cannot suppress the Syrian national spirit. Even the Kurds went against the militants.
    1. alone
      alone 18 March 2014 18: 56
      -4
      The entire people of Syria (over 20 million people), the 300 thousandth army has been fighting against 30 foreign militants for three years and at the same time have preserved their national spirit. Do you believe in what they wrote? In this situation Despite the outside help, the war would end in a month.
      1. typhoon7
        typhoon7 18 March 2014 20: 08
        +4
        Well, you are bending. Firstly, the total number of canybal pedophiles from 120 to 200 thousand. Secondly, the army is fighting very successfully, Two days ago, Yabrud, today Ras al-Ain. Thirdly, the militants hide behind the backs of women and children in cities, which makes destruction difficult. Do not be too lazy to look at the maps for six months, the changes are very significant.
        1. alone
          alone 18 March 2014 20: 28
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          we are talking about 30 foreign fighters. that means at least 000 thousand local ones. Maybe you and I heard about some kind of partisan actions in the rear of the militants? No, you haven’t heard. To fight with such support from the people and the army and lose half the country is absurd.
          The population is heterogeneous towards the authorities. This is a fact. Yabrud, Ras Al Ain is good.
          But a day ago, the Adra and the city of Sas between Kuneitra and Damascus were again taken. Assad does not have so much strength to turn the tide of the war, just like the militants. So, unfortunately, the war will go on for quite some time. will fight for the power of the Alawite it is generally ridiculous. No one Sunni will ever fight for the Shaite and Shiite will not fight. Also like Alawite and Shiite for the power of the Sunni. This I tell you as a Muslim who knows quite well the course of his religion.
          1. typhoon7
            typhoon7 18 March 2014 22: 20
            +2
            And who said that she would be fast? On the side of Assad is that the militants in their hatred annihilate each other (they are scattered). Secondly, Assad periodically destroy almost the entire command staff of cannibalistic pedophiles, so their actions no longer have the military logic that existed in 2012. In Ghuta they tried to break through (Israel helped them with EW), and took a couple of blocks, two weeks later leaving 15000 corpses left, and lost a couple more of their quarters. still sitting in the boiler. In Alepo, too, the boiler has matured. And these attacks that you are talking about are to distract the troops from Yabrud, because there they are hollowed out in full. So the Syrians will defeat this evil, which gathered from all ends of the earth on the Sabbath, deserters understood this, and therefore they go to the side of Assad, although they are Sunites. The atrocities of these animals are repelled by them and they prefer to deal with Assad than with these nonhumans, who have nothing to do with God, and cover up their disgusting affairs with religion, and this should be true to you. good luck.
            1. alone
              alone 18 March 2014 22: 33
              -2
              After reading all the military reports of the SANA agency (the official news agency of Syria) in three years, summing up all the losses of the militants, Ivan got a very interesting picture. It turned out that Assad’s troops had already destroyed all of Syria, half of Jordan, and one third of Saudi Arabia.
              Can you imagine what it means to destroy 15000 fighters in one city?
              not a single opposition group has so many fighters in one direction)) All these are echoes of the information war.
              It should be noted that the opposition also has the same data. According to their statements, the Syrian army controlled by Assad, all Alawites and Christians who are fighting for Assad, as well as all armored vehicles, aviation, artillery, even Navy ships, have long been destroyed.
              Lies all this. They lie on both sides. Moreover, brazenly, cynically, without any logic))
              1. supertiger21
                supertiger21 19 March 2014 19: 20
                +1
                Quote: lonely
                It turned out that Assad’s troops had already destroyed all of Syria, half of Jordan, and one third of Saudi Arabia.


                Well, it is not Assad's fault that the "liberators" multiply like rabbits. The place of those killed is occupied by other lovers of liberation who come from all over the world. Theoretically, the reserve of militants is ENDLESS.

                Quote: lonely
                Structurally, one opposition group does not have as many fighters in one direction))


                But they have reserves.

                Quote: lonely
                All these are echoes of the information war.


                Maybe.

                Quote: lonely
                Lies all this.


                I also agree on this.

                Quote: lonely
                They lie both sides. Moreover, brazenly, cynically, without any logic))


                Well, therefore, we must rely on independent sources.
  18. vinik1996
    vinik1996 18 March 2014 17: 47
    +5
    Syrians well done good , persistent guys, they can only be admired. Taking off my hat hi . Hold on! yes
  19. MAKSAK
    MAKSAK 18 March 2014 18: 51
    +3
    The people of Syria, we admire your stamina and courage! We will not leave you in trouble! Russia is with you!