Military Review

Syria: 3 of the War

Last weekend 3 performed the year since the beginning of the civil war in Syria, which has already killed more than 146 thousands of people. 2.5 million Syrians have already fled the country, and the world's most ancient cities turn into ruins.

Refugees on the outskirts of the Syrian capital Damascus, Syria, February 4 2014.

Palestinian refugees in Damascus, the line for food, January 31 2014.
Along with the sanctions imposed against Syria, along with the support of the most brutal terrorists for all history Middle East, the information war continues. Western media write that "the regime is starving people." The authors are trying to present the situation in the Palestinian Yarmuk refugee camp in Damascus as if, due to the encirclement of the army, people are dying of hunger, eating cats and dogs. However, the authors are silent about the fact that the Syrian leadership is doing everything possible and impossible to deliver food to Yarmuk, but this is hampered by terrorists.

Militants of the Free Army of Syria shoot at government troops, February 25 2014.

City Homs, 27 January 2014. First mentioned around 2300 BC

People run from war. Refugee camp near the Syrian-Turkish border, 14 March 2014.

Action in a ruined house in the old city of Aleppo, February 19 2014. For many centuries, Aleppo was the largest city in Greater Syria and the third largest in the Ottoman Empire, after Constantinople and Cairo.

Downed helicopter, 1 March 2014.

Homemade Grenades, Damascus, February 22 2014. Damascus is the capital and the second largest (after Aleppo) city in Syria. One of the oldest cities in the world - the first mention refers to 2500 BC.

Syrian Free Army Fighter, Aleppo, February 23 2014.

Antediluvian river crossing, 13 March 2014.

The refugees A tent is set up on the Lebanese-Syrian border, February 12 2014.

Ruins of Homs, 24 December 2013.

Inspection of unexploded projectile, 19 January 2014.

Insurgents shoot at government forces, February 17 2014.

After the explosion in the building. Aleppo, February 8 2014.

The man ended up under the rubble of a collapsed building in Aleppo, 6 March, 2014. Waiting for help breathes through an oxygen mask.

Ruins of Aleppo, 17 March, 2014. The ancient city has a significant place in history, as it is located on the Silk Road, passing through Central Asia and Mesopotamia.

Government troops on tanks, Aleppo, 10 February 2014.

The ruins remain from Aleppo, the oldest city is gradually disappearing, 7 March 2014.

Aleppo, 7 March 2014. Aleppo is one of the oldest, ever-populated cities in the world, it was already settled, most likely by the 6 millennium BC.

Graves for future victims. Damascus, 10 March 2014.

A child saved from the rubble. Damascus, 7 January 2014.

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  1. klimpopov
    klimpopov 21 March 2014 08: 22
    Interestingly, Ukrainians are looking at these photos?
    1. 0255
      0255 21 March 2014 09: 58
      Quote: klimpopov
      Interestingly, Ukrainians are looking at these photos?

      I'm afraid they will have the same crying
  2. maniac
    maniac 21 March 2014 08: 40
    what a horror, fuck!
  3. agent
    agent 21 March 2014 08: 44
    That would be a photo of American cities in such perspectives, to experience for themselves how democracy is imposed. In general, war is, first of all, the death of peaceful, disinterested people, children are very sorry ...
    1. klimpopov
      klimpopov 21 March 2014 08: 50
      Nobody wants this, but we do not learn from the mistakes of others ...
    2. Ostwind
      Ostwind 21 March 2014 18: 02
      This scum to pay for their deeds, and the valiant Syrian army must wish for stamina and courage in the fight against

    3. Ostwind
      Ostwind 21 March 2014 18: 06
      this scum is still responsible for the deed, and the valiant Syrian army and police must wish courage and steadfastness in the fight

  4. Molybden
    Molybden 21 March 2014 09: 58
    American democratization ((
  5. Minsk
    Minsk 21 March 2014 10: 32
    There you have democracy. Really no one can tame this yuyu America!
    1. sscha
      sscha 21 March 2014 15: 22
      And here we are, if all together. and stop !!!
      Like our ancestors. And the "fifth" column in the states and Europe should be more actively fed.
      And when others see that for the truth, as in the Second World War, there are not only them, scattered, but also the Force ....
      Just never force anyone to have Bender, then Prague in 68, Hungary, PORP in Poland in 81 ... hi
  6. Aleksandr12
    Aleksandr12 21 March 2014 11: 52
    the Americans will squeeze Assad. While Russia will justify the annexation of Crimea and listen to the barking of the junta, they will start a new hysteria over Syria. The ambassadors were sent for a reason. They will cling to any pretext for bombing Syrian cities. At the moment, Russia can be "bitten" over the Crimea and Lavrov will need to "get out of his skin" in order to prevent democratizers from entering Syria.
  7. valerei
    valerei 21 March 2014 12: 29
    It’s strange somehow everything is happening in Syria. For three years, in essence, a civil war, and healthy men stand in line for bread. What are they waiting for? Doesn't this war concern them? It's strange. Here is a photo: "Government troops", and here is a photo: "Civilians are queuing for food." Some are fighting for Syria, others are fighting against Syria, and still others are waiting: how will it all end? Yes, Assad would have mobilized these idlers - so the war would have ended long ago. Maybe Assad is waiting for our soldiers? Something is wrong with this Assad. On the one hand, he does everything for the "civilian population", and on the other hand, he acts like a "compassionate" owner of a dog: he does not cut off its tail immediately, but in parts.
    1. Avenich
      Avenich 21 March 2014 18: 44
      Mobilize ... This would probably be correct for the "normal" development of events. And so ... immediately squeals, squeals, drooling: "The bloody regime of Assad puts civilians under arms, the bloody dictator protects his wealth with the bodies of innocent people, and so on." And then the sanctions, the no-fly zone, the Tomahawks.
  8. apollo
    apollo 21 March 2014 14: 44
    Damn the Yankees !!! All this evil will somehow be fully repaid to them !!!
  9. Peacemaker
    Peacemaker 21 March 2014 15: 17
    It’s scary to watch. Photographs are taken by photo documentary masters. Many thanks to them for climbing into this hell in order to convey the horror of war in a few frames. Especially touching photo rescued baby. God forbid anyone to feel this on himself ...
  10. Dezinto
    Dezinto 21 March 2014 18: 12
    This is what Yatsenyuk needs to show to the other side of the company and other companies, although it’s not useless for them there is no adequacy in the head ((. Drag the country into the abyss.
  11. vlad767
    vlad767 22 March 2014 23: 50
    The Americans will still pay for it, if not in this world, then in that already for certain. Well, Ukrainians, especially western ones, admire! If you continue in the same vein, then this awaits you too!
  12. Aydin
    Aydin 23 March 2014 18: 06
    Quote: agent
    That would be a photo of American cities in such perspectives, to experience for themselves how democracy is imposed. In general, war is, first of all, the death of peaceful, disinterested people, children are very sorry ...

    You notice, the Americans are trying to completely destroy the ancient cities and artifacts of ancient civilizations. So it was in Iraq, the Yankees ravaged museums where exhibits were stored that date back to 6 thousand years BC.
  13. kopar
    kopar April 2 2014 15: 35
    Pay attention, they show the militants in a beautiful light. And the Syrian army as invaders ..... And a lot of photos of the destruction. Everyone understands that only the Syrian Army has heavy weapons ... So it becomes unclear for whom it was taken. Or on whose money?
  14. Target
    Target 7 September 2014 20: 04
    We must supply weapons and equipment to government forces, preferably modern ones. You will not wish the enemy what is going on there ...