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The case of the militants hopelessly lost

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In the area of ​​the city of Adra, Damascus Province, servicemen ambushed a large group of terrorists. At least 20 militants destroyed, several dozen captured. Fighting continues around the villages of Mlekha and Khan Ash-Shih, as well as in the city of Dareia. And in the village of Al-Muaddamia, more than 130 terrorists chose to fold weapon and surrender to the authorities. At the same time, around 30 the gangsters surrendered in the city of Homs, in the neighborhoods of the Old City.


Currently, many of the militants, especially Syrians by nationality, understand that their cause is hopelessly lost. This was especially clearly manifested after the strategic victory of the Syrian army in the gorge of Kalamoun, which made it possible to cut off the terrorists from the supply bases in Lebanon. In addition, the Geneva-2 international conference process played its role. Of course, the western mass media present the situation as if the conference had completely failed and did not yield any results. But it was in the course of the Geneva talks that the practice of local peace on the ground was born.

The situation remains alarming at the other end of the country - near the city of Kasab and the Syrian-Turkish border. But even there the army occupied almost all the heights, freeing several villages from the terrorists.

According to eyewitnesses, if not for the direct intervention of Turkey, then Kasab would not have been captured. But it was Turkish artillery that fired at Syrian Tanksthat defended the city. Moreover, the militants stole the belongings of residents who left their homes. This good was exported to Turkey and is now sold at a low price. In the same way as earlier it was done with the property of the looted factories and factories of the city of Aleppo ...

In Damascus and Aleppo, terrorists continue their dirty revenge against the civilian population. So, 7 in April in the city of Aleppo was fierce shelling from mortars of the Al-Hamdaniya quarter and Saadallah Al-Jabari Square. 11 people died, more than 50 were injured, including heavy ones.

In Damascus, in a populous district of Baramka, 5 citizens were hit by mortar shelling from bandits. Among the wounded is a child-girl.
In Homs, in the quarter of Bustan Ad-Divan, “opposition” militants shot dead a prominent religious leader, 72-year-old Christian priest Francis van der Locht.

The terrorists who wanted to commit a major terrorist attack on one of the markets in the city of Homs, themselves died from the explosion of a car bomb. 40 militants went to the Guries before they managed to commit a crime against the civilian population.

In Kuneitra province, criminals bombarded a bus in which employees of the Department of Agriculture were driving, injuring two people. One of the victims is in critical condition.

8 April was fired from mortar at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Damascus. Two students injured. In the spring of last year, this department was already subjected to a fierce attack - then the shells hit the dining room, where students, architects, had lunch, several dozen people were victims of this crime. Now - a new attack on the faculty, which produces the specialists that are so needed right now in the country.

At the same time, the West continues to put pressure on the UN on the Syrian issue. Recently, I remind you, the UN Security Council, because of the position of the NATO countries that are part of this structure, refused to discuss the situation in the city of Kasab and the illegal actions of Turkey in Syria. Now, at a briefing on the results of a closed meeting in the UN Security Council, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Nevi Pillay made a very tendentious report.

She stated that the alleged "Syrian authorities bear incomparably greater responsibility for crimes against humanity committed in four years of conflict." First, Madame even forgot the date when the riots provoked by her masters began. And they began three years ago. Secondly - like many other hypocritical politicians and officials, turned a blind eye to the crimes of the so-called "opposition". Thus, Pillay is the patroness, and consequently, an accomplice and mortar shelling of residential areas, and the killing of religious figures, and the gangster eating human organs, and numerous massacres.

Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Bashar Al-Jafari, denied all the accusations against his country: “We not only reject them, we say that these accusations are false and are deprived of any reliable information ... She manipulates the truth, bluffing. She is biased and uses her very important position in order to increase pressure on the Syrian authorities. ” He added that this is "an integral part of a planned campaign aimed at cornering Syria."

On these days, one of the ex-politicians who had long been written off with anti-Syrian rhetoric history in junk: former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Speaking on the BBC radio, he said: “We have not intervened in the situation in Syria. In my opinion, the negative consequences of this will be colossal. This will be a big challenge in the coming years, not only for the Middle East, but for all of us. "

When he was reminded that the majority of British citizens strongly opposed such an intervention, he showed that the people's opinion means nothing to him: “Of course, as a politician you should take into account such circumstances, but, in my opinion, this does not negate the fact that it was necessary to go for military intervention. "

Earlier, the same Blair was an accomplice of the two largest war crimes of the United States and NATO countries - the aggression against Yugoslavia and the attack on Iraq.
However, he said in the same interview that he did not repent of the fact that he had participated in the punitive operation against Iraq: “Imagine that Saddam Hussein remained in power. I think that in this case the so-called "Arab Spring" would have come to Iraq. If she came to Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Syria, then the same would have happened in Iraq, and what we are seeing now in Syria would have happened in Iraq. ”
Blair’s “care” about the people of Iraq could be assessed if there was no violence in this country after “humanitarian intervention”. But after all as a result half a million people died! Violence continues there, the attacks are carried out almost as often as in Syria, continuing to take lives.

One could, of course, ignore the words of this former. But there are former prime ministers, but there are no former executioners. In addition, this is the way the current politicians of the United States and Europe reason it.

In particular, the West is trying to create another pretext for new attacks on Syria. If not to justify aggression, then at least to cover the support of terrorists under the guise of "opposition." Such a pretext could be the disruption of the process of exporting chemical weapons. At the same time, the militants intensified their attacks on the city of Latakia, in the port of which chemical substances are loaded onto ships for subsequent export.

A statement on the obstacles to the process of exporting chemical weapons was made by the Russian Foreign Ministry: "Unfortunately, our attempts to attract Western countries to real interaction in order to level out the threats emanating from illegal armed groups regarding the operation to remove chemical weapons components have not received an adequate response. In particular , our proposal to adopt a special statement by the President of the UN Security Council on this subject was not supported, ”the Russian Foreign Ministry emphasized.

However, the new wave of anti-Syrian hysteria is not new at all. But every time such an increase happens exactly when the terrorists suffer regular defeats. And the stronger the hysteria of the West, the more obvious that the case of the bandits is lost.

PS April 9 Day brought two more important news - one joyful, the other tragic.

In the province of Damascus in the area of ​​Kalamoun, the Syrian army liberated from the terrorists the important settlement of Rankus, located near the city of Saydnaya.

And in the city of Homs on Al-Khudari street two explosions of mined cars rang out. More than 20 people died, hundreds wounded. Huge damage to property.
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  1. Civil
    Civil April 10 2014 08: 44
    -5
    Peace talks are needed, as well as a coalition government, with Assad retaining his presidency.
    1. serega.fedotov
      serega.fedotov April 10 2014 09: 07
      +14
      Quote: Civil
      Peace talks are needed, as well as a coalition government, with Assad retaining his presidency.

      Negotiations skem? with the Americans or the Saudis who invested gigantic grandmothers in the revolution? And the militants from Syria do not decide anything, they will surrender, only mercenaries will fight against them!
    2. Canep
      Canep April 10 2014 10: 39
      +11
      Quote: Civil
      Peace talks are needed

      With whom, and why talk there ?, Assad will clean the country without any negotiations before the end of the year.
      1. kaluganew
        kaluganew April 10 2014 14: 35
        -9
        Good day to all. I have been using the site for a long time, today today a year later I decided to register. Regarding the negotiations, you are right, soon there will be almost no one left with whom to lead them. I’ll tell you the background why I decided to write. I myself live in Kaluga, and I only know from Syria what they show on TV or on the Internet, but I have a friend, he lives in Jordan, moved there with his wife from Syria after the outbreak of war. Hakob himself lived in St. Petersburg, but converted to Islam and went east. Below is my excerpt from the correspondence on soap with him, it seems to me it will be interesting to get acquainted with how it all began with the eyes of eyewitnesses. (punctuation and spelling preserved):

        The answer to my question is how it all began in Syria:

        who: me
        How to say to you. There are just oats tired. Syria is rich in oil and gas + has a favorable position. The clan of the Alawites (a type of Shiites) is in power. In total, 3-5% of the Alawites live in the country. Most of the Sunni country is somewhere around 80%. The remaining percentage are Christians.

        The Sunnis were in power until 20 years ago the Alawites staged a military coup and seized power. Then it cost 20 victims in the city of Hamm. Almost the whole city was cut out. The Alawites of the Sunnis did not allow power, they did not allow anyone at all. The peculiarity of business is that you need to know someone from the government. Without this, you can’t do anything except sell cucumbers.

        The Alawites treated everyone else as a piece of shit. The case of loss of people, beatings, etc. can be calculated in millions. The Alawites themselves are far from religion, rather it is such an Arabic version of the Soviet approach of the Stalin era. That’s the whole ideology.

        It all started when there was a mess in Egypt. 3 boys, 17-18-14 years old wrote on the wall with a spray, "Bashar is a donkey." This was seen by the police, who are naturally Alawite. In short, they’ve been a single bastard for 14 years, first they took him to the department, then they shot him for fun. Well, first of course there was a soldering iron and all that. Parents when they received the body, became indignant, and went to the administration. There, the father of the murdered man began to explain that his son was not killed rightfully. To which the leadership began to laugh and say, they say bring your wife, and we will make more children for you. In short, the reaction reached the rest, and in Dara'a (city) the people went to a rally (100 people). The military arrived, and with such cars, they shot the entire hundred.

        No one would have known about this 10 years ago. And nowadays there is Internet. Phone. In short info about it went to other cities. Here the people began to go to rallies, and the authorities to shoot them.

        After a year of such situations, (by that time more than 3 and another 000 were missing at meetings), Islamic scholars declared jihad in order to protect the Sunnis from the Alawite rule. That's when the Sunnis began to take weapons. By that time, the Shiites, who in their homeland declared jihad to the Sunnis and support for the Alawites, began to pull themselves up from Yemen, Lebanon, and Iran.

        Well, when the Sunnis learned this from other places, they began to come together .... Well, in short, you yourself understand ........

        There are more Sunnis, but the Alawites have missiles, Russian planes, and chemical weapons. In short, there is meat. Countries from outside support different groups. All groups are at war with each other. Nobody will understand anything there.
        1. kaluganew
          kaluganew April 10 2014 14: 38
          -2
          My answer:

          I’m not an orientalist of course, but the campaign in the Arab world has such a thing, to hold the flock with an iron grip. Take Iraq or Libya. The problem is that after the power was changed there, chaos began
          And it got worse than with the teran. Again, I’ll make a reservation, I haven’t been in your area and draw conclusions from the Internet and news. I am aware that my opinion may be partly formed by the Nashen’s propaganda. Most of us think that the Americans were flooding the country with Arabs and they are trying to grab oil with their hands. Many overlook the fact that Putin himself directly says that we are not defending Assad, and are aware that he really is, but the war with an external enemy such as the United States is even more evil for Syria than now.

          Xs who is right and who is to blame, here it is not the truth, but in the interests. I believe that the country defends its own, and it turns out to everyone that they’ll give a damn how many people in Syria will die. One thing is clear that the Middle East was lowered into the Middle Ages, except perhaps for Arabia.
          Why don’t you say, but our history the Russian people taught something, and here I can’t imagine that the Slavs bent Tatars, for example, or the Yakuts.


          His answer:

          [i] Well, it is. Arabs are 140 million people only in Arab countries, and how many of them in immigration horseradish knows. Of these, 90% live in poor countries, where the level of education is sooooo low because these countries were formerly European colonies. In the same Syria, only 15-17 years ago, the level of those who can read, write and count exceeded 60%, but consider it in our time!

          In fact, such a people, so as not to fall into the chaos of inform war, must be controlled very tightly. You know, here the same Hussein is perceived as a real hero (by the way, a man really deserves respect for his biography, there will be time to read on the wiki). Under Hussein, Iraq was one of the richest and most powerful countries, and now there is full of which there is no end in sight.
          1. elenagromova
            April 10 2014 17: 06
            +7
            "In the same Syria, only 15-17 years ago the level of those who can read, write and count exceeded 60%, but count it in our time!"

            Well, after all this is the same - with the "bloody regime of the Alawites."
            By the way, the Alawite religion is very moderate. And how can they be portrayed as villains?
            There is not a single Alawita or Christian who would take his child out of school after the 4 class, not a single Alawite who would marry his daughter in 10 years ...
            1. alone
              alone April 10 2014 18: 05
              -5
              Quote: elenagromova
              By the way, the Alawite religion is very moderate. And how can they be portrayed as villains?

              Madame Gromova, You have been living in Syria for so many years, still have not been exiled, the Alawite religion does not exist. The Alawites are only a sect, one of the trends of Shiism, and even some Shiites do not consider Alawites to be Shiites.
              1. alone
                alone April 10 2014 22: 23
                +1
                They try to prove to me a Muslim by this minus that there exists the Alavite religion))
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        3. elenagromova
          April 10 2014 16: 44
          +9
          In short, all propaganda clichés are collected here. First, until, as it is argued, the "Alawites" came to power, the "Sunnis" staged one coup after another. Secondly, the majority in the government are Sunnis. Thirdly, the bloody events in the city of Hama did not begin at all when the "Alawites" came to power, but they were arranged by the very "Sunnis" (more precisely, the "Muslim brothers", when they began to tie people to two different cars and deliver cars in opposite directions, but this happened 10 years after the alleged "Alawites" came to power (in fact, from the very beginning of the mixed government of the Baath party).
          There are many more and "third" and "fourth", here at least - what is your friend Hakob's attitude to the fact that thousands of Armenians were expelled by these same alleged "Sunnis" (bandits) from their homes in Kasab and nearby villages? I personally was in an Armenian house, from which the "jihadist" bandits drove out all the residents.
          1. kaluganew
            kaluganew April 10 2014 17: 59
            -6
            Elena, I’m not even going to argue here, I myself wasn’t in your places and I don’t reliably know who and how came to power, I published the opinion of the person I trust. Which I know more than one year and he will not lie to me.

            How does your friend Hakob feel about the fact that thousands of Armenians were expelled by these same alleged "Sunnis" (bandits) from their homes in Kasab and nearby villages?


            Of course, he cannot be glad of this fact, like any other normal person, especially since Hakob himself is an Armenian by nationality. Just converted to Islam in due time, but this is everyone’s choice.

            Nobody wants to say that those who are fighting against the Assad government are good, you just need to see, it seems to me that the picture is wider. In a country where people are happy, it is impossible to arrange a civil war, in which external forces subsequently intervened. The soil was clearly. Take Ukraine tighter, send any Cheka from any country there, they will burst, but they won’t be happy if there weren’t such neglect on the part of the government on the people by the state.
            1. Professor
              Professor April 10 2014 18: 08
              -3
              Quote: kaluganew
              Elena, I’m not even going to argue here, I myself wasn’t in your places and I don’t reliably know who and how came to power, I published the opinion of the person I trust. Which I know more than one year and he will not lie to me.

              This is common knowledge. Dad Asad (from the Alawites) November 16, 1970 came to power as a result of a military coup. His son, in violation of the Syrian constitution, was appointed president by the Syrian parliament. On June 20, at the congress of the ruling party, Baas Bashar al-Assad was elected secretary general and nominated the only presidential candidate, and a week later his candidacy was approved by the parliament. There were no elections in Syria.
              Any questions, please contact. hi
            2. alone
              alone April 10 2014 18: 08
              -6
              Quote: kaluganew
              Elena, I’m not even going to argue here, I myself wasn’t in your places and I don’t reliably know who and how came to power, I published the opinion of the person I trust. Which I know more than one year and he will not lie to me.

              How does your friend Hakob feel about the fact that thousands of Armenians were expelled by these same alleged "Sunnis" (bandits) from their homes in Kasab and nearby villages?


              Of course, he cannot be glad of this fact, like any other normal person, especially since Hakob himself is an Armenian by nationality. Just converted to Islam in due time, but this is everyone’s choice.

              Nobody wants to say that those who are fighting against the Assad government are good, you just need to see, it seems to me that the picture is wider. In a country where people are happy, it is impossible to arrange a civil war, in which external forces subsequently intervened. The soil was clearly. Take Ukraine tighter, send any Cheka from any country there, they will burst, but they won’t be happy if there weren’t such neglect on the part of the government on the people by the state.

              Dmitry welcome! I do not advise you to argue with her. It is useless. The whole world says that there is a civil war in Syria, but she stubbornly claims that all fighters are foreigners))) Save your nerves hi
              1. Professor
                Professor April 10 2014 18: 17
                -4
                Quote: lonely
                The whole world says that there is a civil war in Syria, but she stubbornly claims that all the militants are foreigners)))

                Not just foreigners, mercenaries. laughing However, to the question at whose expense Elena Gromova creates in Syria, she stubbornly remains silent.
                1. alone
                  alone April 10 2014 18: 29
                  -1
                  Quote: Professor
                  Not just foreigners, mercenaries. However, to the question at whose expense Elena Gromova creates in Syria, she stubbornly remains silent.



                  laughing
              2. kaluganew
                kaluganew April 10 2014 18: 27
                -3
                OK thanks)
          2. alone
            alone April 10 2014 19: 54
            -4
            Quote: elenagromova
            There are many more and "third" and "fourth", here at least - what is your friend Hakob's attitude to the fact that thousands of Armenians were expelled by these same alleged "Sunnis" (bandits) from their homes in Kasab and nearby villages? I personally was in an Armenian house, from which the "jihadist" bandits drove out all the residents.

            It would be interesting to find out in which village the Armenian house is where you visited? Is it really in Kesab?
            1. elenagromova
              April 11 2014 13: 09
              0
              Village Musherfa, 4 km from Kasab
          3. Magadan
            Magadan April 11 2014 03: 07
            +1
            Alawites, Sunnis, Shiites, Christians, Marxists .... It’s already a no brainer, there are countries, cultures and peoples and there are Americans who want to have no nations with cultures, and countries to be governed by their proteges. And there are traitors to their peoples who sell their peoples for a barrel of jam and cookies from Nuland. There are honest patriots, there are conscious Jews and there are masses with brainwashed, destroying their countries at the direction of the Jews. And again you all climb into high matters and religious wilds.
        4. Adel
          Adel April 10 2014 19: 10
          +8
          you have a superficial idea of ​​what is happening in Syria
          a warrior was preparing for a very long time back in 2004, according to the recognition of Western politicians and some (revolutionaries) it all started in Daraa in the south whether the government terrorized children, etc. snipers appeared back then and shot the crowd blaming the authorities
          and besporyaki began but time passes and the very instigators of the revolution recognize that in the mosque in the mosque there was a warehouse of ammunition and weapons
          as for the Syrian army, I am proud as a citizen of Syria that my army is defeating and liberating one area after another
          I already hear it and ciyu fourth year doubts the lonely
          which army in the world experienced attacks from four sides from Lebanon and Jordan and Turkey and partially Israel ....
          mercenaries from 83 countries fight against and die like rats
          and regarding the Alavites they are not 5% but 13% and Christians 12% Kurds 13% are still Armenians and others
          and all serve in the army, including the Sunnis, and to your Aleppo information about 85% of the Sunnis
          and it’s not a matter of religion; there’s a special order; a gas cartel on the one hand and a Zionitsky lobby
          Israel on the other and thought that in a month another army would collapse
          but not here It was the Syrian Army survived and won
          1. atalef
            atalef April 10 2014 19: 15
            -6
            Quote: Adel
            which army in the world experienced attacks from four sides

            As a Syrian citizen, you need to know. that attacking Israel 5 times, you did it from just 4 sides.

            Quote: Adel
            mercenaries from 83 countries

            Out of 83? belay
            Quote: Adel
            here special order Gas cartel

            How would you comment on the construction of the Iran-Iraq-Syria gas pipeline and for further export of gas to Europe.

            Quote: Adel
            thought that in a month another army would collapse
            but not here It was the Syrian Army survived and won

            I wish her to continue to win so for another 10 years.
            Assad’s health and many years in power. hi
            1. Adel
              Adel April 10 2014 19: 52
              +5
              mercenaries from 83 countries
              sources of information including western

              I wish her to continue to win so for another 10 years.
              You will not get it
              Assad’s health and many years in power
              God forbid .....
              1. atalef
                atalef April 10 2014 20: 08
                -5
                Quote: Adel
                mercenaries from 83 countries
                sources of information including western

                can you reference?

                Quote: Adel
                I wish her to continue to win so for another 10 years.
                You will not get it

                The road by walking

                Quote: Adel
                Assad’s health and many years in power
                God forbid

                And I for that (only do not drag God)
                Syria lost chemical weapons with Assad - it’s already good. thrown back 30 years ago - the same is not bad. People are only sorry.
                They definitely have nothing to do with it.
            2. gigiperfetto
              gigiperfetto April 11 2014 00: 58
              +1
              And how do you comment - Iraq - Iran - Russia - Europe gas pipeline. and to develop Syria as a health resort for social workers laughing
            3. Magadan
              Magadan April 11 2014 03: 10
              +1
              I know - I propose a utopia. But HOW finally I would like for the ancient Jewish culture to finally make peace with the same ancient Syrian !!! Otherwise, both of your cultures will bend those who really want no cultures or peoples to exist in the World with their own history, pride and memory of their ancestors!
          2. alone
            alone April 10 2014 19: 47
            -5
            Quote: Adel
            you have a superficial idea of ​​what is happening in Syria
            a warrior was preparing for a very long time back in 2004, according to the recognition of Western politicians and some (revolutionaries) it all started in Daraa in the south whether the government terrorized children, etc. snipers appeared back then and shot the crowd blaming the authorities
            and besporyaki began but time passes and the very instigators of the revolution recognize that in the mosque in the mosque there was a warehouse of ammunition and weapons
            as for the Syrian army, I am proud as a citizen of Syria that my army is defeating and liberating one area after another
            I already hear it and ciyu fourth year doubts the lonely
            which army in the world experienced attacks from four sides from Lebanon and Jordan and Turkey and partially Israel ....
            mercenaries from 83 countries fight against and die like rats
            and regarding the Alavites they are not 5% but 13% and Christians 12% Kurds 13% are still Armenians and others
            and all serve in the army, including the Sunnis, and to your Aleppo information about 85% of the Sunnis
            and it’s not a matter of religion; there’s a special order; a gas cartel on the one hand and a Zionitsky lobby
            Israel on the other and thought that in a month another army would collapse
            but not here It was the Syrian Army survived and won

            I read your comment. There is nothing new for me. And where did the Hezbollah detachments, the Iraqi Shiites, the Shabiha detachments (Alawite militia), the special forces of the IRGC go? Why didn’t they re-list the merits of these people? If the 300 thousandth army and people are united, how can you fight three years, with troops that do not have support from the local population? list the Kurds as their supporters, the Kurds everywhere remove the Syrian state flag and hang their own. Kurds fight for themselves, not for Syria. Yes, and the Syrian army had to speak partially. that only those units that are in the hands of those in power are at war. Special Forces regiments commandos, composed of Alavites, 4th mechanized division, republican guard, 11th and 15th divisions, which are under the command of Maher Assad and clan generals.
            I repeat Adil, with the unity of the people, government and army for so many years they have not been at war with bandits, especially immigrants who do not have the support of the local population.
            And foreign militants arrived there only a year later. Syrian citizens fought for a year with power. To admit this, one must have courage.
        5. fif21
          fif21 April 10 2014 21: 19
          +4
          Quote: kaluganew
          but I have a friend, he lives in Jordan, he moved there with his wife from Syria after the outbreak of war. Hakob himself lived in St. Petersburg, but converted to Islam and went east.
          East is a delicate matter laughing why Akop left for Syria? How long did he live there? What religion did he practice before the adoption of Islam? Do you think that a person who has lived in a foreign country for some time can give an objective assessment of the events taking place there? Do not tell my grandmother!
          1. kaluganew
            kaluganew April 11 2014 08: 08
            0
            He left with his words to study language and religion, before the adoption of Islam he was Orthodox. In my opinion, he can give an assessment, he lived there for 5 years.
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        7. GradusHuK
          GradusHuK April 10 2014 21: 34
          +3
          And they say in Moscow hens are being milked.
        8. Fox
          Fox April 10 2014 22: 59
          +2
          this pretzel, accepting Islam, will do circumcision of the wrong organ. IMHO
      2. alone
        alone April 10 2014 18: 01
        -4
        Quote: Canep
        With whom, and why talk there ?, Assad will clean the country without any negotiations before the end of the year.

        I already hear it and drink the fourth year.
        1. Lord of the Sith
          Lord of the Sith April 10 2014 20: 51
          +6
          Quote: lonely
          I already hear it and drink the fourth year.


          Well, still tens of thousands of militants to bring from around the world, train and equip them with weapons. I think in any country it would last. By the way, Assad’s opponents say the same thing, like you, who say that Assad didn’t stay long - I hear this for the third year.
          1. alone
            alone April 10 2014 21: 39
            0
            Quote: Sith Lord
            By the way, Assad’s opponents say the same thing, like you, who say that Assad didn’t stay long - I hear this for the third year.

            Didn’t you hear this from me? On the contrary, I believe that Assad doesn’t, his opponents today lack the strength to finally break each other’s resistance. In this situation, you can still fight and fight. Success in one direction ends in failure in the other direction. Lack of strength is a fact. I will give an example.
            when the militants attack Latakia, I had to remove parts from Homs, Hama and Damascus. Sergey, if you are truly an objective person, you will agree that this is not done with complete superiority and excess of forces. The result was that, in the provinces of Homs and Hama, some the points and reference posts were taken by the militants. so you can fight for ages. In Syria, in addition to Damascus, Latakia and Tartus, all settlements were captured and freed at least 10 times hi

            Well, still tens of thousands of fighters to bring from around the world, train and equip them with weapons

            The authorities had a whole year of time to negotiate with their citizens. It was possible either to negotiate with their own, or without bloodshed, to pacify the discontent. There simply individual officials and the army command openly delayed time, not wanting to agree, because this could be the end of their reign. HERE and waited for the influx of all those who are now fighting there.
            1. Lord of the Sith
              Lord of the Sith April 11 2014 00: 03
              +1
              Quote: lonely
              Quote: Sith Lord
              By the way, Assad’s opponents say the same thing, like you, who say that Assad didn’t stay long - I hear this for the third year.

              Didn’t you hear this from me? On the contrary, I believe that Assad doesn’t, his opponents today lack the strength to finally break each other’s resistance. In this situation, you can still fight and fight. Success in one direction ends in failure in the other direction. Lack of strength is a fact. I will give an example.
              when the militants attack Latakia, I had to remove parts from Homs, Hama and Damascus. Sergey, if you are truly an objective person, you will agree that this is not done with complete superiority and excess of forces. The result was that, in the provinces of Homs and Hama, some the points and reference posts were taken by the militants. so you can fight for ages. In Syria, in addition to Damascus, Latakia and Tartus, all settlements were captured and freed at least 10 times hi

              Well, still tens of thousands of fighters to bring from around the world, train and equip them with weapons

              The authorities had a whole year of time to negotiate with their citizens. It was possible either to negotiate with their own, or without bloodshed, to pacify the discontent. There simply individual officials and the army command openly delayed time, not wanting to agree, because this could be the end of their reign. HERE and waited for the influx of all those who are now fighting there.

              Sorry if I misunderstood you.
              And what exactly were the villages captured? Even the west is silent about this and there are no changes on the active map on wikis. There are no lost villages anywhere. The country has not even announced mobilization. And do you really think that the fact is that there, on a national basis, there is a war of the Allavites and Sunnis with Shiites?
              Aggression against Syria was prepared 2-3 years before the events. The same story with Libya. Now, from time to time, Western ministers or generals give interviews that all these operations in Libya were prepared in advance and even held exercises in friendly countries with a similar climate. Yes, go to the English-language Wikipedia, even there are links to articles in various Western media about this.
    3. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith April 10 2014 14: 53
      +3
      Photos from the attacks in Homs.







      Source: warsonline.info
    4. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith April 10 2014 15: 10
      +7
      The Syrian army liberated the city of Rankus in the area of ​​Kalamun



      On the morning of April 9, 2014, units of the Syrian army and militia liberated the city of Rankus in the southern part of the Kalamoun district from the Jabhat al-Nusra gangs.

      For two days, artillery and air strikes were inflicted on the positions of the militants. Already on April 8, government forces entered the eastern outskirts of Rankus. The entire operation to clean up the village took less than a day.



      The advance of the army at Rankus went simultaneously from the northern, eastern, and northwestern sides. The remnants of the gangs fled towards Zabadan. Syrian media, citing command, report that dozens of terrorists, including field commanders, were destroyed during the operation. At the moment, there is clearance of streets and houses.

      After the liberation of Rankus, under the control of radical Islamists in the Kalamun region, few villages remain that remain under their control - Khosh al-Arab, Asal al-Ward, Ras al-Ain. The battles are for Maalul, Jabaddin, Bach and Djibba.

      Fragments of the Battle of Rankus


      Liberated Rankus


      Source: warsonline.info

      PS I said that before the cleansing of the provinces of Damascus and Homs, about 2-3 weeks remained. After my forecast, the second week ends.
  2. staryivoin
    staryivoin April 10 2014 08: 47
    +11
    Here she is the main peacekeeper from the UN - an official position as we see the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.

    But her fabrications: "... the crimes committed by President Bashar al-Assad justify any kind of intervention. This is an interstate decision."
    And do these people speak and care about human rights? The UN as an international organization seems to have exhausted itself and does not work for the world community, but for Huseynovich and his sixes.
    1. mamont5
      mamont5 April 10 2014 09: 13
      +8
      Quote: staryivoin
      Here she is the main peacekeeper from the UN - an official position as we see the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.

      Maybe this is the commissioner for the rights of the monkeys? She looks very much like them.
      As well as a complete lack of brains, conscience and coherent speech.
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    3. oblako
      oblako April 10 2014 09: 30
      +5
      With such a face, one cannot understand that if the army of Syria has been resisting international terrorism for several years now, it relies on something. And this is something, the will of the people and their right, by the way. Why no one asks questions about their rights. And I will answer why: "Their rights are not those that this lady wants to defend ..."
    4. Horst78
      Horst78 April 10 2014 10: 17
      +4
      The UN is no longer the UN. Is it true that the "UN High Commissioner for Human Rights" is something like a hyena?
  3. sanek0207
    sanek0207 April 10 2014 08: 56
    +4
    It is with such a face that they talk about Amer.democracy! And she thinks the devil knows what!
    1. SSR
      SSR April 10 2014 09: 17
      +4
      Quote: sanek0207
      It is with such a face that they talk about Amer.democracy! And she thinks the devil knows what!

      This is how Western "democracies" select people by all and in every way, offended and snapped at all ordinary people, ordinary people with families, family joys and concerns, and promote the rainbow, devastation and grief.
  4. Gray 43
    Gray 43 April 10 2014 09: 18
    +4
    "What a disgusting face !!!!!" (c) Syria will be free and it does not matter with Assad or not, ordinary people do not want war, and Assad relies on them
  5. Predator-74
    Predator-74 April 10 2014 09: 34
    +6
    Distraction of the West to events in Ukraine, in my opinion, will contribute to a faster settlement of the situation in Syria.
    1. Gray 43
      Gray 43 April 10 2014 14: 33
      +3
      If only the Turks had something to occupy, then somewhere they have it down, they’ll give support to the rabble
  6. Professor
    Professor April 10 2014 09: 42
    -19%
    And in the village of Al-Muaddamiya, more than 130 terrorists chose to lay down their arms and surrender to the authorities

    Lie.
    1. Nyx
      Nyx April 10 2014 10: 22
      +9
      Of course, I understand that you are a patriot of Israel, but, it seems to me, to take such a consistent anti-Russian position, speaking in Russian, is somehow not good.
      1. Professor
        Professor April 10 2014 10: 30
        -4
        Quote: Nyx
        Of course, I understand that you are a patriot of Israel, but, it seems to me, to take such a consistent anti-Russian position, speaking in Russian, is somehow not good.

        Not in any of my articles, not in any of my comments will you find a single disrespectful statement about either Russia or the Russian people.
        1. Manul
          Manul April 10 2014 14: 31
          +7
          Quote: Professor
          Not in any of my articles, not in any of my comments will you find a single disrespectful statement about either Russia or the Russian people.

          But the sediment for some reason constantly remains ..
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov April 10 2014 14: 50
          +8
          Quote: Professor
          in any of my comments you will not find a single disrespectful statement about either Russia or the Russian people.


          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Do not meddle with the professor in the affairs of the Russians; without you we will put things in order in our house.
          Where have I already heard about "put things in order" or was there a "new world order"? The key word is "order" !!!

          Association of Russia with Nazi Germany is a clear respect for Russia. Just the libation of love for Russia.
          1. Professor
            Professor April 10 2014 14: 56
            -7
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Association of Russia with Nazi Germany is a clear respect for Russia. Just the libation of love for Russia.

            You do not expose yourself beloved for all of great Russia. Exactly your statements about Jews and "order" smack of brown ... well, you know what. I can translate these statements of yours into German to try to find at least a couple of differences from the original. I'm afraid I won't.
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov April 10 2014 18: 21
              +6
              Quote: Professor
              It is your statements about Jews and "order"

              You can’t speak out about Jews, nobody and nothing, but you can water shit on Russia. Your words smell smelling, or you beat your hands on the clave. Although, tell you a damn thing, gorkh against the wall.
              1. Professor
                Professor April 10 2014 18: 30
                -4
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                You can not speak out about the Jews, no one and nothing, but Russia can be watered with shit.

                If you repeat the words of the Nazis about Jews one by one, how do you differ from the Nazis? And where am I ... dousing Russia? request

                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                Your words smell like shit, or you beat your hands on the clave. Although I want to tell you a damn thing, peas against the wall.

                Speaking of brown, I meant brown infection. Your statements are ripped off by tracing paper. Desk book?
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov April 11 2014 00: 05
                  +2
                  Quote: Professor

                  If you repeat the words of the Nazis about Jews one by one, how do you differ from the Nazis?

                  Where am I repeating the words of the Nazis, why are you lying here? Maybe the word order throws you into a rage, and from the word chaos you are in ecstasy wallowing. Probably in Caif, what is happening in Ukraine right now.
                  Alexander Romanov RU Yesterday, 11:10 | The army of the elite. The phenomenon of Israeli victories
                  Quote: Professor
                  It turns out I know the "invented" language
                  One of the dialects, Hebrew, Yiddish, or those who speak Yiddish are not right Jews or not Jews at all? So the respected Ukrainian one of the dialects that existed for centuries and changed slightly over time. Kievan Rus was, but there was no Ukrainian. Do not meddle with the professor in the affairs of the Russians; without you we will put things in order in our house.

                  What kind of ***** you have to be in order to accuse me of Nazism. I didn’t hit my head on the wall. I would shut myself until I openly criticized you.
                  1. Professor
                    Professor April 11 2014 08: 11
                    0
                    Quote: Alexander Romanov
                    Where am I repeating the words of the Nazis, why are you lying here?

                    Forgot how "Jews can not be forced to work? Another reminder? fool
            2. Manul
              Manul April 10 2014 22: 18
              +5
              Quote: Professor
              You do not expose yourself loved for the whole great Russia. It is your statements about Jews and "order" that smell of brown ... well, you know what. I can translate these statements of yours into German to try to find at least a couple of differences from the original. I'm afraid I won't.

              You don’t need to say that the Russians find the problem in Jews. I have a lot of great friends - wonderful people - Jews who consider themselves to be primarily Russian, and only then Jews. I adore the work of Isaac and Maxim Dunaevsky, Mark Fradkin, Jan Frenkel, Eduard Kolmanovsky, Benjamin Basner, Matvey Blanter ... the list wants to go on endlessly (At the world level, I admire Jacques Offenbach. Just by the way, at the world level, Jews didn’t like to do this anywhere else and they didn’t sparkle, as among the Russians). And these are Soviet, Russian Jews who identified themselves with the Russian people. I consider them my grandfathers, fathers and brothers. But you, it is not clear why, sitting in your beloved Israel, you constantly shine on Russian patriotic site and, in my opinion, just discredit yourself.
              PS And by the way - Einstein has other photos. Which will not cause the opponent’s deliberately categorical.
    2. J. Tapia
      J. Tapia April 10 2014 10: 36
      +7
      Chaim, did you hear that there will soon be a pogrom?
      - But I'm not afraid - I'm on a Russian passport.
      -, they will beat not according to the passport, but in the face!)))))))
    3. bif
      bif April 10 2014 11: 30
      +5
      Quote: Professor
      And in the village of Al-Muaddamiya, more than 130 terrorists chose to lay down their arms and surrender to the authorities

      Lie.

      What a reasoned and factual answer worthy of a "professor".
    4. Galich Kos
      Galich Kos April 10 2014 11: 35
      +3
      Quote: Professor
      Brekhna


      Why nonsense?
      1. Professor
        Professor April 10 2014 11: 52
        -7
        Quote: Galich Kos
        Why nonsense?

        Because the Minister of Propaganda of Syria Amran Az-Zoabi did not report anything about this and did not give evidence. request
        1. Galich Kos
          Galich Kos April 10 2014 13: 23
          +1
          Yeah, this is really an argument ... Fucking professor of you!
          1. Professor
            Professor April 10 2014 14: 31
            -3
            Quote: Galich Kos
            Yeah, this is really an argument ... Fucking professor of you!

            1. I don’t have to poke.
            2. No evidence of such a significant event has been provided. Even the Abkhazian propagandists did not show those who "surrendered" to Assad, and therefore this is nonsense.
            1. Galich Kos
              Galich Kos April 10 2014 16: 08
              +6
              Quote: Professor
              1. I don’t have to poke.


              And this is my business, how to contact you. Appeals to "YOU", you clearly do not deserve, do not blame me! request
              1. Professor
                Professor April 10 2014 16: 31
                -1
                Quote: Galich Kos
                And this is my business, how to contact you. Calling "YOU", you obviously do not deserve, do not blame me

                Did your mom and dad not teach you good manners?
                1. Galich Kos
                  Galich Kos April 10 2014 16: 38
                  +3
                  Taught of course. But my good manners do not apply to you, do not blame me.
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        3. Manul
          Manul April 10 2014 14: 30
          +5
          Quote: Professor
          Because the Minister of Propaganda of Syria Amran Az-Zoabi did not report anything about this and did not give evidence.

          Then why in such a categorical way, and I would even say - in a contemptuous form, do you "denounce" the information presented? Maybe you should have said "in my opinion, the information is unreliable and does not inspire confidence, because ..." further in your text?
          1. Professor
            Professor April 10 2014 14: 42
            -4
            Quote: Manul
            Maybe you should have said "in my opinion, the information is unreliable and does not inspire confidence, because ..." further in your text?

            Sometimes, "in my opinion, the information is unreliable and not inspiring confidence, but sometimes it is just nonsense, or if you want a lie. Here it is.
    5. Good cat
      Good cat April 10 2014 12: 02
      +4
      You nonsense yourself
      1. alone
        alone April 10 2014 18: 15
        +1
        )) If I had in the hands of 130 surrendered militants, you know what an advocacy show would suit the whole world, showing how the militants are doing! Where are the video facts, where are the appeals of the surrendered militants, where? Do you think there are hundreds of militants surrendering every day in order not to document such a fact?
        The professor is apparently right on 100%. But the rest of the forum users did not react to the logic, but to the flag)) However, this is a completely different story laughing
        1. bif
          bif April 20 2014 22: 54
          0
          Quote: lonely
          )) If I had in the hands of 130 surrendered militants, you know what an advocacy show would suit the whole world, showing how the militants are doing! Where are the video facts, where are the appeals of the surrendered militants, where? Do you think there are hundreds of militants surrendering every day in order not to document such a fact?
          The professor is apparently right on 100%. But the rest of the forum users did not react to the logic, but to the flag)) However, this is a completely different story laughing

          Look at the news about Syria, there dozens of them almost every day either ghouls are killed or taken prisoner, if on this occasion to arrange photo shoots and other evidence for any professors, then there will be no time for war.
          As for the reaction, the wise guy deserved it.
  7. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov April 10 2014 10: 24
    +7
    Erdogan will not calm down .. Turkey is constantly putting a spoke in the wheel of Russia. We will remember Chechnya, the time will come. Well done Assad is the real leader of his people!
    1. alone
      alone April 10 2014 18: 19
      0
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Erdogan will not calm down .. Turkey is constantly putting a spoke in the wheel of Russia. We will remember Chechnya, the time will come.

      The Turkish divisions fought in Chechnya against Russia? And on what basis do you say that we recall? Maybe Vitaly, have you been elected Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, but we all don’t know? Descend to Earth Vitaly, Not you, not Me, and none of those who there is nothing sitting in this world they do not solve. So there is no need here to make pompous and overwhelming statements)) wink Think Mars Better wassat
  8. sv68
    sv68 April 10 2014 10: 46
    +4
    if Erdogashka still climbs into Syria, it will be necessary to raise the Kurds on the Turkish Maidan, begin to separate Kurdistan from Erdoganiya. Asad, good fellows Russia believes in him
  9. Rusin Dima
    Rusin Dima April 10 2014 11: 15
    +2
    We will pray for the Syrians, among other things, Bashar al-Assad, despite the disastrous situation of his country, recognized Crimea as Russian
  10. bomg.77
    bomg.77 April 10 2014 11: 15
    +7
    They will not retreat from Syria, the destruction of chemical weapons is a delay from invasion. Syria needs to transfer military operations to the territory of Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey (sabotage). The United States has supplied modern weapons to militants. BMG-71TOW ATGM in Syria.
    1. Galich Kos
      Galich Kos April 10 2014 11: 38
      +6
      Quote: bomg.77
      Syria needs to transfer hostilities to Qatar, Saudi and Turkey


      Or maybe you need to finish off the freaks on your territory and begin to restore the destroyed country? It seems to me that Syria’s transfer of the war to the indicated territories will turn out sideways to it!
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 April 10 2014 12: 56
        +3
        Quote: Galich Kos
        Or maybe you need to finish off the freaks on your territory and begin to restore the destroyed country?
        This is certainly correct, only these hoopoes do not end and will not end until they are redirected. Here, as in the ocean, wounded predators fly into the wounded fish, and that’s why it’s necessary to let some blood out to these countries, and the predators will catch up.
        Quote: Galich Kos
        The Syria of the war on these territories will sideways come to her!
        What else could happen to Syria, what has not happened to it?
        1. Galich Kos
          Galich Kos April 10 2014 13: 12
          +1
          As much as you can!
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      2. just exp
        just exp April 10 2014 13: 16
        +2
        this is if they attack themselves, and if you pay the militants and send them to Qatar and the SA, then it is quite possible to set fire to them.
        1. Galich Kos
          Galich Kos April 10 2014 13: 49
          +2
          Do not kindle fires, fires need to be extinguished! In them, often innocent and innocent die! In Qatar and the CA, the same people live. They did not rest against these wars on x ... th.
    2. uteko
      uteko April 10 2014 11: 43
      +2
      it remains only to learn how to use it
    3. alone
      alone April 10 2014 18: 23
      -1
      Quote: bomg.77
      The United States supplied modern weapons to militants. BMG-71TOW ATGM in Syria.

      Well, Alyosha, you generally went too far. Since when did the TOU have been considered modern weapons)) This TOU was adopted in 1970.
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 April 10 2014 18: 52
        +1
        Quote: lonely
        Well, Alyosha, you generally went too far.
        For the militants, the modern, and yes, has gone too far.))
        1. alone
          alone April 10 2014 19: 50
          -2
          Quote: bomg.77
          For the militants, the modern, and yes, has gone too far.))

          The militants have more modern ATGM-Cornet, Competition Chinese missiles. Now they are old. These militants are experienced fighters. They have been fighting for more than a year. All professionals. Moreover, fanatical professionals. Each of them knows how to use many weapons. Including MANPADS.
          1. Kashaverskiy
            Kashaverskiy April 11 2014 06: 41
            0
            Where did they get the Cornets from the warehouses of the government army, perhaps. And why would they need TOU if there are contests and cornets? If they got the TOU, then it’s clear that they had nothing better than RPGs, and even more so. I didn’t read the sources that they have a contest or a cornet. I heard about the HJ-8 - and even then in the light of TOU supplies.
            1. alone
              alone April 11 2014 19: 54
              0
              Quote: Kashaverskiy
              Where do they have Cornets? From the warehouses of the government army, perhaps. And why do they need TOU if there are contests and cornets? If they received the TOU, then it is clear that they had nothing better than RPGs, and even more so. I didn’t read the sources that they have a contest or a cornet. I heard about the HJ-8 - and even then in the light of TOU supplies.

              If you were really interested in the Syrian war, then you probably saw the video footage of how tanks were destroyed from the RPG "Vampire". Competitions, Cornets and vampires are from the warehouses of the Syrian army. I remember whole cycles of video footage as the militants boasted about captured trophies. These ATGMs were enough to destroy entire tank brigades. Moreover, there were various brands of missiles.
    4. zaazua
      zaazua April 10 2014 18: 31
      -2
      or maybe Iran put ATGM BMG-71TOW ????
      1. bomg.77
        bomg.77 April 10 2014 21: 58
        +1
        Quote: zaazua
        or maybe Iran put ATGM BMG-71TO
        In three videos (one, two, three) published on YouTube on 1 and 5 April, members of moderate Syrian rebel group Harakat Hazm were shown operating American-manufactured BGM-71 TOW anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs). All three videos - two show missiles being fired and the third shows several missiles on the back of a pick-up truck - were filmed in and around the town of Heesh in the northern governorate of Idlib. This marked the first time such weapons have been seen in Syria since the eruption of conflict in the country three years ago.

        At first glance, this appears to be an extremely significant development. However, some level of care must be taken at this stage in terms of drawing conclusions as to what this means. More videos showing BGM-71 TOWs being used in Syria - and preferably in the hands of additional rebel groups or in other areas of the country - will be necessary for this to represent a potential state-based program of providing valuable weaponry to moderate rebels. However, for now, this possibility appears more likely than not and the arrival in some form or another of such new weapons seems worthy of some investigation.

        ----------

        Initially developed in 1963 by the Hughes Aircraft Company and then adopted by Raytheon in 1997, the BGM-71 TOW has been widely exported to more than 40 current and previous US allies. Within the Middle East and North Africa region, TOWs are currently thought to be stocked or to have been stocked by Israel, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Morocco, Lebanon, Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, and Turkey.

        Intriguingly, Iran was also sent several thousand BGM-71 TOWs during the Iran-Contra Affair in the mid-1980s, some of which may have been shared with Hezbollah - as purportedly evidenced by the group's apparent use of TOW missiles in the 2006 conflict with Israel. However, the missiles seen being used by Harakat Hazm rebels in Syria are very unlikely to have been acquired / captured from Hezbollah or other pro-Assad forces for three reasons. Firstly, there has been no evidence of pro-government forces using TOW missiles throughout the conflict in Syria. Secondly, Iran is currently more reliant on its domestically produced copy of the BGM-71 TOW, known as the Toophan - specific characteristics of which are distinctly different to the systems just seen in Syria. And thirdly, the good condition of the missiles and launchers seen in the Syria videos would suggest they do not date back to the 1980s.

        Continued here >> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/charles-lister/american-anti-tank-wea
        pon_b_5119255.html? utm_hp_ref = tw
  11. Dan master
    Dan master April 10 2014 11: 52
    +3
    Quote: Professor
    Not in any of my articles, not in any of my comments will you find a single disrespectful statement about either Russia or the Russian people

    I can stick a screen from your words here.
    1. Professor
      Professor April 10 2014 11: 59
      -5
      Quote: Dan Master
      I can stick a screen from your words here.

      1. You do not poke me a young man
      2. I'm waiting.
  12. fktrcfylhn61
    fktrcfylhn61 April 10 2014 12: 43
    +4
    Do not focus on this .... The avatar itself speaks of personality!
  13. Dan master
    Dan master April 10 2014 12: 44
    +6
    Quote: Professor
    1. You do not poke me a young man
    2. I'm waiting.

    I decided to act like a "Jew" with your trips to such matters, old man ...
    David Duke - How the Zionists Divide and Dominate
    and after this video the words of this Jew ... agree, Mr. Jew, a wonderful combination characterizes you ...
    1. Professor
      Professor April 10 2014 14: 36
      -3
      All. I'm going to kill myself against the wall. It turns out my statements that the Ukrainian language is "not invented" are Russophobic and disrespectful towards Russia and the Russian people.

      What do you smoke at such an early hour? wassat

      Quote: Dan Master
      and after this video the words of this Jew ... agree, Mr. Jew, a wonderful combination characterizes you ...

      Are you anti-Semite?
  14. Russ69
    Russ69 April 10 2014 13: 47
    +3
    Fortunately, we are following the events in Ukraine, we do not stop the work of the "Syrian Express" ...

    On April 9, large assault ships of the Black Sea Fleet “Saratov” and “Yamal” left Novorossiysk for military service in the Mediterranean Sea.

    Today, the BDK successfully passed the Black Sea straits and reached the Aegean Sea. At the appointed point, the BDK will guard the Admiral Levchenko BPC from the Northern Fleet.
  15. vvp2412
    vvp2412 April 10 2014 13: 55
    +3
    Viva Syria!
  16. Black
    Black April 10 2014 14: 21
    +4
    May God grant victory to Bashar Hafez al-Assad and the long-suffering Syrian people. It’s good that there are strong personalities ... not all Yanukovychs ..
  17. Anton Gavrilov
    Anton Gavrilov April 10 2014 15: 00
    +2
    Government troops have recently achieved very significant successes. At least the pendulum of the war is gradually moving in their direction.
  18. Dan master
    Dan master April 10 2014 15: 05
    -1
    Quote: Professor
    Quote: Dan Master
    I can stick a screen from your words here.

    1. You do not poke me a young man
    2. I'm waiting.

    and the question is, who the hell are you doing on this site? go to Jewish sites and do your propaganda there, flawed Jew.
    1. Professor
      Professor April 10 2014 16: 14
      -1
      Quote: Dan Master
      and the question is, who the hell are you doing on this site? go to Jewish sites and do your propaganda there, flawed Jew.

      On the home page of this site there are no inscriptions restricting entry depending on nationality. wink
    2. Magadan
      Magadan April 11 2014 03: 22
      0
      slammed a minus. do not insult either the Jews or other nations. and you need to listen to different opinions, and not by the type of Ukraine, wash your brains only with those words that caress our patriotic rumor.
  19. Dan master
    Dan master April 10 2014 15: 24
    +1
    Quote: Professor
    Quote: Nyx
    Of course, I understand that you are a patriot of Israel, but, it seems to me, to take such a consistent anti-Russian position, speaking in Russian, is somehow not good.

    Not in any of my articles, not in any of my comments will you find a single disrespectful statement about either Russia or the Russian people.

    and I'm not the only one who noticed the flaw in your behavior "professor".
  20. xvicx
    xvicx April 10 2014 15: 29
    +3
    In Syria, our naval base. This is a strategic ally. Now the Syrians are fighting for us. Just imagine where all this rabble will go if Syria falls ??
  21. doc62
    doc62 April 10 2014 15: 39
    +3
    tired of the representatives of Israel, let them polemicize with the Arabs, and here you are zadolbali wise fellows
  22. Leshka
    Leshka April 10 2014 15: 52
    +2
    Hurry up to kill them all there
  23. Evkur
    Evkur April 10 2014 15: 59
    +1
    Bortnikov already said this, that all mercenaries will come back to the Caucasus! Conclusion: giving weapons, money, training sire soldiers is the main thing that they do not lose!
  24. alone
    alone April 10 2014 18: 26
    +1
    As always, when there is nothing to say, it begins: What is a Jew, Azerbaijani, Ukrainian or someone else doing on a Russian site)))
    And with such thoughts you still want to revive the USSR))) laughing
    1. fif21
      fif21 April 10 2014 21: 02
      0
      [quote = lonely] As always, when there is nothing to say, it begins: What does a Jew, Azerbaijani, Ukrainian, or someone else on a Russian site do))) And with such thoughts you still want to revive the USSR))) I completely agree with you, I also alarming comments using nationality and religious beliefs. The person who defends his people, his country and its independence, regardless of their religious beliefs and nationality, always deserves respect. Remember the Russian story! Assad good luck soldier
      1. alone
        alone April 10 2014 21: 47
        -2
        Quote: fif21
        The person who defends his people, his country and its independence, regardless of their religious beliefs and nationality, always deserves respect. Remember the Russian story! Assad good luck

        Unfortunately, I don’t agree with you. Assad is fighting for his power. And Assad and the militants and opponents of the Assad regime simply do not give a damn about their people. The thirst for power and privileges overshadowed their eyes, and they simply destroy their people. They are simply hiding behind ideas of independence and other religion. soldier
        1. Magadan
          Magadan April 11 2014 03: 26
          +1
          Well then, our Kings fought exclusively for their power. And Alexander Nevsky and Dmitry Donskoy. Well, Stalin goes without saying .... And why then the State Department henchmen and their masters are fighting? .... Oh, excuse me, well, of course, exclusively for democratic values ​​and for all people to live well on the planet!
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    3. Magadan
      Magadan April 11 2014 03: 24
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      and here, although I fundamentally disagree with you about Assad, I slapped you a plus. I agree. do not boil in your own juice.
  25. fif21
    fif21 April 10 2014 22: 08
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    Assad is fighting for his power
    Who would argue with that. Assad is fighting for his power, Obama for his own, Putin for his own, Erdogan for his own, etc. But the truth is fighting in different ways! And if of the few evils you need to choose the least, then in this matter my sympathies are on the side of Assad. hi
    1. alone
      alone April 10 2014 22: 18
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      Quote: fif21
      Who would argue with that. Assad is fighting for his power, Obama for his own, Putin for his own, Erdogan for his own, etc. But the truth is fighting in different ways! And if of the few evils you need to choose the least, then in this matter my sympathies are on the side of Assad.


      People are not robots. Each has its own truth and opinion. I respect the opinions of others. And yours including hi
  26. Magadan
    Magadan April 11 2014 03: 40
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    Quote: lonely
    Everyone has their own truth and opinion.

    True - she is alone. White - it is white, and black-black. Here opinions may be different. But how can one be on the side of those who destroy their own country to the loot of the West, the State Department and other servants of the world ram-bankers, I do not understand! Otherwise, I will have to understand the Vlasovites and other fascist henchmen. So those Syrians who are now fighting with Assad against Wahhabis, I don’t understand at least kill. And geopolitical interests have nothing to do with it. Here it is precisely the interests of Truth, Conscience and other currently unfashionable concepts like Honor.
    1. alone
      alone April 11 2014 20: 00
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      Quote: Magadan
      True - she is alone. White - it is white, and black-black. Here opinions may be different. But how can one be on the side of those who destroy their own country to the loot of the West, the State Department and other servants of the world ram-bankers, I do not understand! Otherwise, I will have to understand the Vlasovites and other fascist henchmen. So those Syrians who are now fighting with Assad against Wahhabis, I don’t understand at least kill. And geopolitical interests have nothing to do with it. Here it is precisely the interests of Truth, Conscience and other currently unfashionable concepts like Honor.

      Conscience, Honor! Alas, 99,9% have completely forgotten about it now. Yes, and in politics there are no concepts of honor and conscience. Politicians are all corrupt and worthless. Everyone has a price. But one thing I know for sure: If a child suffers from war. everyone is already to blame for this. Both the government, the opposition, and the Wahhabis-jihadists. And each has its own share of guilt hi
  27. rezident
    rezident April 11 2014 20: 56
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    The war will smolder there until Assad with the entire clan leaves. The constant supply of fighters and weapons from Turkey, Iraq, and the sanctions will not let it go out. Unfortunately, his regime will fall and when only a matter of time.