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Syria: life after elections

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Victory in Kasab - disruption of Turkey’s plans


The news that the Syrian army on the night of June 15 took control of the city of Kasab and its adjacent territories made me recall a visit to an ancient Armenian church in Latakia. It was there that the refugee camp was located - for those residents of Kasab, mostly of Armenian nationality, who had nowhere to go.



Under the arches of the temple mattresses were spread, on which those who were forced to leave their homes slept. A lot of children were running around the yard. In a separate utility room, the cook prepared simple food in a huge cauldron. In another room - an improvised medical center.
In almost Spartan conditions, people had to live, who had recently had their homes in one of the most beautiful places in Syria.





However, Turkey, actively supporting Syrian terrorists, nurtured its plans. First, open another front in the province of Latakia to divert the army from other sectors of anti-terrorist operations. Second, open the way for an attack on the port city of Latakia. In this case, the bandits, supported by the United States, the West, the oil monarchies and Turkey, could get access to the sea. In addition, in the port of Lattakia, work was carried out - and continues to this day - to export the Syrian chemical weapons in accordance with international agreements and commitments that Syria has assumed when joining the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). Oh, what would be the reason for the aggression, if the militants of the “opposition” —and the forces behind them — could disrupt the process of exporting chemicals!

The attack of terrorists who invaded from the territory of Turkey with the direct support of this country, involuntarily reminded the Kasab of the Armenian Genocide, which was carried out by the Ottoman Empire in 1915-1923 years. The name “Kasab” filled out the news reports of the agencies in connection with widespread protests of Armenians all over the world. In addition, it was originally said that militants killed more than 70 Armenians in this small town. Fortunately, this information was subsequently not confirmed. But this does not mean that there were no dead - among the victims of the aggression were not the Armenians, but the Syrians, who defended the city and gave the Armenians the opportunity to leave before they were captured by the gangs.

Eyewitnesses claim that the attack began on March 21 of this year. This day is festive in Syria - Mother's Day. An attack on such a day looks doubly blasphemous. At about 4 o'clock in the morning, a massive mortar shelling of the streets began, and panic began among the residents. The soldiers and combatants gave the command to the civilians to leave. Artillery shot from Turkish territory Tanks and the armored vehicles of the Syrian army, which defended Kasab and its surrounding territories. Without this, the capture of this land by terrorists would be impossible. In addition, Turkey in every possible way prevented the use of the Syrian aviation against militants. It came to an open act of aggression - an aircraft of the SAR Air Force was shot down, which did not enter Turkish airspace, but was located in the border territory, participating in a counter-terrorist operation. Fortunately, the pilot managed to eject, and he survived.

In April of this year, I happened to visit the village of Msherfa, four kilometers from Kasab. Mostly Armenians also lived there. In the courtyard of many houses - the statue of the Virgin Mary, inside - Christian icons. In one of the abandoned dwellings on the wall hung a poster depicting Armenian kings. The houses themselves were hit by shelling and mortar shells.











Immediately beyond the village - the forest. Many trees are burned by the flame of war. “The terrorists are behind that mountain,” one of the soldiers showed with his hand. As for the village of Msherfa - at that time it was just beaten off by the militants.







... The “World Community”, under pressure from a rather influential Armenian diaspora, condemned the seizure of Kasab and the surrounding villages, but did so very timidly, fearing to name the real culprits, above all - the Erdogan regime. It was clear that all hopes of Armenians to return to their homes are not connected with the UN or any human rights organizations, but only with the Syrian army - the only force that can repel the bandits. International organizations did not care about the suffering of people who were expelled from their homes by Islamists from Dzhebhat An-Nusra and other terrorist organizations.
And indeed, Kasab was liberated by the Syrian army.
All this time in the area were fighting with varying success. The massive offensive of the army began on June 14. The army and the militias first occupied the villages of Nabain and Samra adjacent to Kasab. And on the night of June 15, the servicemen entered Kasab and set up Syrian national flags on the administrative buildings.
The militants retreated in the direction of Turkey, but the authorities of this country did not want to take back the disgraced and lost performers of their own will. Therefore, they had to look for other ways to retreat. Some of them, as the locals say, moved towards the province of Idleb. A lot of terrorists were destroyed.

Currently, residents are gradually returning to Kasab. The city was visited by a delegation led by the governor of Lattakia, Ahmad Sheikh Abdel-Kader, who spoke with citizens who had already returned home. Those, in turn, thanked the Syrian army for its heroic struggle, for giving them the opportunity to return to their hometown again.
As stated by 19 of June, the Minister of Electricity of the SAR, Imad Khamis, has already resumed electricity supply to Kasab. He added that the terrorists had damaged 19 electrical substations in the area.

Many residents have found their homes plundered. The gangsters turned the house belonging to one of the families into their headquarters - and there everything was written with hate slogans. Valuable property, of course, disappeared. In addition, the militants desecrated Christian churches.
But now the worst is over. Of course, the aggression against Kasab, carried out by terrorists with the direct support of Turkey, caused residents a lot of suffering - they had to endure the horror of the attack, leave their homes for several months, live in difficult conditions, lose property acquired through hard work. However, the most important thing is that the plans of Turkey and other forces that were behind the terrorists and their inhuman action failed. The bandits did not manage to reach Latakia, and the hotbed of tension created by them was eliminated in a relatively short time.


Humanitarian aid from Russia

Meanwhile, the Russian Emergencies Ministry's plane delivered ten tons of humanitarian aid intended for the Syrian people to the Al-Basel airport of the city of Latakia 18. Basically, the cargo contains food, as well as blankets and other necessary things.
In Syria, the adviser to the president of Syria on political and informational issues, Busein Shaaban, paid an official visit to Moscow. She met with Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov. Shaaban said that some countries in the region support terrorism and thus continue their crimes against the people of ATS. According to her, what is happening in Iraq is the consequences of such activities. The adviser also stressed that Syria has fulfilled all its obligations in connection with joining the OPCW. For his part, Mikhail Bogdanov said that Russia highly appreciates the held presidential elections in Syria and respects the will of the Syrian people.
The Syrian leader himself continues to receive congratulations on his victory from various political figures. Thus, over the past few days, he was congratulated by the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the President of Armenia Serzh Sarksyan, the President of Algeria Abdel-Aziz Bouteflika. Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill also sent a congratulatory telegram to the address of Bashar Al-Assad.
DPRK Foreign Minister Lee Soo-yong arrived in Syria. Bashar al-Assad held a meeting with him at which issues of cooperation between the two countries were discussed. The DPRK Foreign Minister stressed that the Korean people support the Syrians in their fight against terrorism. According to him, the successful holding of elections, as well as the victories of the Syrian army are a blow to the plans hostile to Syria.
During the conversation, Bashar Al-Asad said that the West is trying to weaken and crush those countries that refuse to submit to it in various ways. In the implementation of such plans, according to the president of the SAR, Western states had previously relied on puppet governments, and now on the terrorist groups created by them.

Kardaha. Memorial Day of Hafez Al-Assad



June 10 marks 14 since the death of Syrian President Hafez Al-Assad. On this occasion, traditional mourning ceremonies took place in his mausoleum in the small town of Kardaha. Delegations consisting of military personnel, members of volunteer and public organizations, schoolchildren, and also ordinary citizens came to worship the memory of this outstanding statesman, without exaggeration, the father of the nation. In Syria, Hafez al-Assad is called respectfully - “Dad”.

The beautiful building of the Mausoleum was built of gray stone and made in the traditional oriental style, in the form of a tent. Inside - everything is strict, nothing superfluous. In the center of the hall is a coffin covered with green cloth, where the previous president of Syria rests. In the same room, the mother of Hafez Al-Assad, as well as his eldest son, Basel, who was tragically killed in the January 21 car accident 1994, was buried.



The military group is coming to the tomb of the Supreme Commander. Soldiers salute, stand in a minute of silence. They are replaced by a group of young men and women from volunteers. A family comes with a schoolboy son. One of the visitors can not hold back the feelings and falls to the coffin of the leader of the nation. In the morning, many wreaths from various organizations appeared near the walls of the mausoleum. Moreover, the delegations all came and came, bringing new wreaths. As for the bouquets of flowers, which are usually laid to monuments and graves in Russia - then in Syria, this way of commemorating the memory is not common, so there are few of them.

A delegation from Homs arrived in Kardakha that day. In the hands of men - the flags of Syria and the Arab Socialist Renaissance Party, as well as portraits of Hafez, Basel and the current president, who recently won the election again - Bashar al-Assad.





All arrivals are met at the approach to the mausoleum of the memorial complex. In their hands - trays, which are small cups of bitter Arabic coffee. This drink is made to drink for the rest of the fallen.
Among the enemies of Syria are spreading the most incredible rumors about the family nest of the Al-Asadov family - Cardah. It is rumored that this is a very rich city for the elite. Nothing like this! The small town consists mainly of ordinary modest low-rise buildings. It is the same as many other settlements of Syria, and no particular luxury is visible. Unless, of course, not considered the luxury of nature. Like other cities and towns of the province of Latakia, located in the mountains of Kardaha is immersed in greenery and flowers. But at the same time, paradoxically, this land is not very suitable for agriculture - it is too stony. There is no proximity to the sea. Therefore, many residents of the town, deprived of traditional sources of income, were forced to give their sons to the army. The family in which Hafez Al-Assad was born and raised was not an exception.
As in most cities, towns and villages of present-day Syria, in Kardah there is also a wall of memory, where portraits of fellow soldiers who gave their lives in the fight against terrorism are located. Like most of the settlements, Kardaha also sacrificed many of her sons for the sake of restoring peace to the Syrian land.



But back to the stories Hafez al-Assad. The future president of Syria was born on October 6 1930 of the year. Then Kardaha was not even a town at all, but a deaf mountain village. The name "Hafez" in Arabic means "guardian."
Like many other poor families from these areas, his family also sent their son to a military school, although Hafez dreamed of becoming a doctor. But there was simply no money for expensive medical education. In 1946, the young man became a member of the Arab Socialist Renaissance Party.
In 1955, he graduated from the Air Force School in Aleppo. The internship took place in the Soviet Union on the territory of Kyrgyzstan. Then he was sent to Cairo, but he criticized the idea of ​​a union of Syria with Egypt, for which he was recalled.
At this time, Syria was characterized by a series of military coups. Only the revolution that took place on 8 in March of 1963 of the year, in which Hafez took an active part, was able to stop them. The Arab Socialist Renaissance Party came to power. In 1964, he headed the Syrian Air Force, then became the head of the Air Defense Force. In 1966, he became Minister of Defense. In 1970, he headed the so-called Movement of Renewal and came to power already as Supreme Commander and leader of the Syrian branch of PASV. It was Hafez Al-Asad who managed to stabilize the political system.
In October 1973, he made an attempt to return Syria occupied by the Israeli military Golan. And, although it was not possible to achieve complete victory, the territory of Quneitra province was returned to the UAR. Forced to retreat from the city of Quneitra, the Zionists leveled the streets, houses, schools and other buildings with the ground. Golan still remain under occupation, despite numerous resolutions of the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly, addressed to Israel, demanding the release of criminally seized territories.

Enemies often blamed Hafez Al-Assad for the tragic events of 1982 in the city of Hama, when as a result of the suppression of the Islamist mutiny of the Muslim Brotherhood, about 40 thousand people died. However, they prefer to keep silent about the fact that the rebels have unleashed real terror against ordinary citizens and government officials. The Islamists, in particular, tied people to two cars and tore them apart. They burned the houses of those who did not agree with them. Terror has spread far beyond Hama.

Today, Syria is facing a similar challenge. In fact, the same forces that were trying to break the country then raised their heads again and, with the support from abroad, unleashed a new bloodbath. However, the presidential election of 3 June showed that the Syrian people, as then, rejected the reactionary ideas of the Islamists, as well as their allies and sponsors.


About terror and the United States

Currently, terror against civilians continues. 12 June a mined car exploded in the Wadi Al-Dahab quarter. Seven people died, more than 50 injured.
June 14 residential areas of Damascus - Abbasiin, Bab Tuma, Al-Amar - once again underwent terrorist mortar attacks. 7 people were injured, causing serious material damage.

The United States and its allies sponsoring terrorists are reluctant to see the bloody chaos that encompasses countries that have become testing grounds for their fake "democracy." They do not want to admit their mistakes in neighboring Iraq, Syria, where the Islamists took control of the capital of the province of Nineveh, Mosul, as well as the large city of Tikrit. In Iraq, there is the same grouping - “The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” - which has “become famous” for the monstrous crimes in Syria. Now the United States and the West have to bewildered, looking at their complete failure in Iraq. The supply of terrorists in Syria with weapons, ammunition and other assistance played a negative role - all this assistance fell, as many had warned, into the hands of terrorist organizations that do not intend to limit their ill-activities to Syria and the Middle East in general.

Full hypocrisy and lies about the situation in Iraq was made by British Foreign Secretary William Hague. He “dumped from a sick head to a healthy one” and accused of what happened ... Russia They say that it is the Russian Federation that is hindering a settlement in Syria, and because of this, there is an increase in terrorism throughout the region.

In fact, it was Russia that repeatedly warned both Britain and the United States and other Western countries that supporting terrorism in Syria leads to the growth of this most dangerous phenomenon. But the desire to crack down on an objectionable leader - Bashar Al-Assad - for the West outweighed all other considerations. Now the rotten fruits of this support are clearly visible to the whole world.
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  1. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 21 June 2014 08: 59 New
    +7
    Russia has repeatedly warned both Britain, the United States, and other Western countries that supporting terrorism in Syria leads to the growth of this dangerous phenomenon

    She warned and helped Syria .. and now the war has come to us. Washington-London-Tel Aviv is this axis of evil in the world.! As long as they are coupled, there will always be permanent hotbeds of conflict .. They need to be torn and as soon as possible otherwise the world house will be provided and they will emerge Hads (as always)
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 09: 23 New
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      Quote: MIKHAN

      She warned and helped Syria .. and now the war has come to us. Washington-London-Tel Aviv is this axis of evil in the world.! As long as they are coupled, there will always be permanent hotbeds of conflict .. They need to be torn and as soon as possible otherwise the world house will be provided and they will emerge Hads (as always)

      Can i ask you? Well, Washington and London are the capitals of the United States and Britain, respectively, but Tel Aviv is the capital of which state?
      1. Alex_Popovson
        Alex_Popovson 21 June 2014 09: 58 New
        +8
        Nazi Germany, of course, obviously!
      2. 0255
        0255 21 June 2014 12: 01 New
        +3
        Quote: Aaron Zawi
        is Tel Aviv the capital of which state?

        Papua new guinea laughing
        1. supertiger21
          supertiger21 21 June 2014 12: 12 New
          +5
          Quote: 0255
          Quote: Aaron Zawi
          is Tel Aviv the capital of which state?

          Papua new guinea laughing


          Great Kostya! hi
          One must be careful with such expressions, otherwise the Israeli comrades will start direct fire from the minus-mortars) laughing
          1. 0255
            0255 21 June 2014 12: 18 New
            +4
            And you don’t get sick, Aslan drinks
            Let it be minus, even add to the emergency - should I be afraid of their minuses?
          2. Apollo
            Apollo 21 June 2014 22: 32 New
            +4
            Quote: supertiger21
            We must be careful with such expressions, and then Israeli comrades start direct fire from minus

            Why be careful ?! You yourself explicitly write to watch the highlighted. The word comrade implies the concept of an ally of like-minded people, etc. etc. I understand it was written with sarcasmWell then, in this case, the word comrades had to be put in quotation marks. Then the meaning of your comment would be clear. I hope you understand what I mean?! In other words content Your comment does not fit with meaning.
            1. supertiger21
              supertiger21 21 June 2014 22: 56 New
              0
              Quote: Apollon
              Quote: supertiger21
              We must be careful with such expressions, and then Israeli comrades start direct fire from minus

              Why be careful ?! You yourself explicitly write to watch the highlighted. The word comrade implies the concept of an ally of like-minded people, etc. etc. I understand it was written with sarcasmWell then, in this case, the word comrades had to be put in quotation marks. Then the meaning of your comment would be clear. I hope you understand what I mean?! In other words content Your comment does not fit with meaning.


              Thanks for the advice, Dear Apollon Moderator! yes I will consider!
              It's just that on VO, somehow all of them are called "Israeli comrades" and more often without quotation marks ... request
        2. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 12: 25 New
          +4
          Quote: 0255
          Quote: Aaron Zawi
          is Tel Aviv the capital of which state?

          Papua new guinea laughing

          You know, but no. The capital of Papua New Guinea is the city of Port Moresby. So, can you tell me the capital of which state is Tel Aviv? I do not find such a state.
          1. alone
            alone 21 June 2014 20: 45 New
            +1
            ))) do not wait for an answer Aron)) Vitaliy is not even aware that the capital of Israel has long been no longer Tel Aviv.
            1. Aaron Zawi
              Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 21: 43 New
              +2
              Quote: lonely
              ))) do not wait for an answer Aron)) Vitaliy is not even aware that the capital of Israel has long been no longer Tel Aviv.

              Moreover, it never was. In Tel Aviv during the War of Independence, there was simply a government while Jerusalem was under siege.
              1. Dracula
                Dracula 22 June 2014 02: 57 New
                +2
                Strange Tel Aviv in Israel, and * Telavidini * in Russia belay
      3. old man 72
        old man 72 22 June 2014 01: 50 New
        +3
        Aron Zawi, and you don’t know that Tel Aviv is the undeclared capital of Israel, and Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine, which captured Israel and declared it its capital.
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 22 June 2014 13: 45 New
          -1
          Quote: old man 72
          Aron Zawi, and you don’t know that Tel Aviv is the undeclared capital of Israel, and Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine, which captured Israel and declared it its capital.

          Until 1947, "Palestine" was not the name of a country, but the name of a territory, like Crimea, the Carpathians or the Urals, and therefore could not have any "capital". The first settlements on the territory of Jerusalem date back to the XNUMXth millennium BC. e. In the XI century BC. e. the settlements were united in the city of Jerusalem by the Jews, and which was proclaimed the capital of the Kingdom of Israel, and from the X century BC. e. - Jewish.
          The capital of the State of Israel since 1949 of the year, the only state in this territory, because of the refusal of the Arabs to accept the "UN Plan for the Partition of Palestine" and delay ... profuchey their theoretically possible state, attacking Israel in an attempt to destroy it. In addition to Israel, there is also Palestinian autonomy, but not being a full-fledged state, it does not have a de jure capital, and it never had - since it was part of the territory of Jordan (capital - Amman) and Egypt (capital - Cairo), and if not for the permanent stupidity of the Arab leaders of those years, coupled with incitement from Moscow - would be the territory of these countries to this day.


          Do not be ashamed not to know, it's shameful not to learn. - folk wisdom.
      4. old man 72
        old man 72 22 June 2014 01: 50 New
        +1
        Aron Zawi, and you don’t know that Tel Aviv is the undeclared capital of Israel, and Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine, which captured Israel and declared it its capital.
    2. armageddon
      armageddon 21 June 2014 09: 44 New
      +8
      Hmm ... Syria is one of the outposts of Russia ... in the East !!! With the loss of SYRIA DISBALANCE and CHAOS ... will certainly affect our Caucasus !!! Therefore KEEP ALLAH Assad ...
    3. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 22 June 2014 13: 21 New
      -3
      Quote: MIKHAN
      She warned and helped Syria .. and now the war has come to us. Washington-London-Tel Aviv is this axis of evil in the world.

      Meehan, tie up stupid cliches to scatter, for that matter - the only REAL axis of evil in the world is Washington-Moscow, these are two elephants that I can’t share one utensil shop, and because of which the whole world suffers, including London, Damascus, and Tel Aviv.
      While they are tearing the world in half like a patchwork quilt, there will be "constant hotbeds of conflict"
      To tear? So, will you finally tear each other apart and leave the rest of the world alone, in any regional conflict, the hairy paws of both imperialist camps, which cover their geopolitical greed with beautiful ideas, pour mud on opponents, but in reality - like two bandits dividing profit.
      am

      The only hope for China, it will soon grow stronger enough to give both of you the crests, part in the corners, and watch that they would not be spoiled anymore at someone else's expense. am
    4. dervis 65
      dervis 65 25 June 2014 21: 27 New
      -1
      You hear me stupid. You shouldn’t give a shit about Tel Aviv. I also found a peace-loving person.
    5. dervis 65
      dervis 65 25 June 2014 21: 27 New
      -1
      You hear me stupid. You shouldn’t give a shit about Tel Aviv. I also found a peace-loving person.
  2. marina1811
    marina1811 21 June 2014 09: 05 New
    -1
    how much evil is from the USA ... but after all, there are 500 years.
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 09: 31 New
      10
      Quote: marina1811
      how much evil is from the USA ... but after all, there are 500 years.

      The USA as a state does not exist for 300 years.
      1. serega.fedotov
        serega.fedotov 21 June 2014 11: 14 New
        +3
        Quote: Aaron Zawi
        Quote: marina1811
        how much evil is from the USA ... but after all, there are 500 years.

        The USA as a state does not exist for 300 years.

        Bury it all the same! How many years would he not have !!!
      2. INFOLegioner
        INFOLegioner 23 June 2014 00: 04 New
        +2
        but the girl conveyed the meaning correctly. and as for the Masons who created the USA and impose on all the New World Order through the same USA and England + Israel, they have been more than 500 years old. hi
    2. alone
      alone 22 June 2014 15: 00 New
      -4
      Quote: marina1811
      how much evil is from the USA ... but after all, there are 500 years.

      laughing Surely your teacher or teacher would have shot herself after reading your comment)))) wassat
  3. leks
    leks 21 June 2014 09: 09 New
    +7
    Well done, the Syrians are slowly, gradually, destroying bandits, cities and settlements are being freed and peaceful life is beginning to recover.
    God forbid that Syria broke the resistance of the bandits and established peace and prosperity in its land.
  4. DMB87
    DMB87 21 June 2014 09: 12 New
    +2
    Some more fresh photos from Kessaba, Latakia:





  5. DMB87
    DMB87 21 June 2014 09: 20 New
    +1
    And this is Jisr al-Sugur, Idlib:


  6. DMB87
    DMB87 21 June 2014 09: 26 New
    +2
    And another photo from Kesaba, Latakia:


  7. Aaron Zawi
    Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 09: 29 New
    -4
    Ms. Gromova, I have not seen your articles for a long time. I have a question for you, if you will. I came across a short article about the current situation in the macroeconomics of Syria, but how much does this ordinary Syrian feel? It is not rare that macro and mini-economics do not repeat one another.
    The Syrian Center for Policy Research has released a report assessing the economic damage caused to Syria by the ongoing civil war.
    By the end of 2013, the amount of economic damage from hostilities reached 144 billions of dollars. The IMF suggests that GNP has declined by 40% since the start of the conflict in 2011. The amount of economic damage is almost three times higher than the annual GNP in 2010.
    The unemployment rate is 54% - in other words, 3,9 million Syrians are currently unemployed. 2,67 million of them lost their jobs as a result of hostilities. The indicated unemployment rate means that 11 of millions of Syrians lost their main source of income.
    The report said: “Syria has become a country of the poor. Three quarters of Syrians live in poverty, with half the population (54,3%) living in extreme poverty and unable to provide themselves with basic foodstuffs and essentials. 20% of the population lives on the brink of hunger - in the zone of active conflict and besieged areas. ”
    Government debt continues to grow and exceeded 126% of GNP. The government continues to import fuel and food, and continues to subsidize essential commodities.
    The report notes: “A new political economy of violence has been created that neglects human rights, civil liberties, private property rights and the rule of law. Massive de-industrialization, the closure of businesses, the bankruptcy and destruction of both industrial and private assets are taking place, which leads to institutional deformations of an unprecedented scale. ”
    1. 0255
      0255 21 June 2014 12: 05 New
      10
      Aaron Zawi, well, I'm sorry that war always harms the economy of any country.
      You surely come down to money alone.
      Show this article to the Israeli and American leaders - all of a sudden they will cry from these numbers and leave behind Assad, stop building a democratic state there.
      1. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 12: 31 New
        -4
        Quote: 0255
        Aaron Zawi, well, I'm sorry that war always harms the economy of any country.
        You surely come down to money alone.
        Show this article to the Israeli and American leaders - all of a sudden they will cry from these numbers and leave behind Assad, stop building a democratic state there.

        What does "come down to money" mean? Until another indicator for determining the well-being of citizens has not been invented or am I mistaken?
        The leadership of Israel is exactly on the drum who is sitting in Damascus. That Assad, that his enemies are equally unpleasant to us. This is their internal inter-failure, and they treat us the same way. But in general, my question to Mrs. Gromova was not about the losses of the state treasury of the SAR, but on a different plane.
        1. muginov2015
          muginov2015 21 June 2014 13: 09 New
          +5
          If the Jews helped Assad, they would probably have acquired a good ally in his person, but it seems that the national trait so characteristic of this people does not allow him to act wiser. Let me die if my neighbor is worse off.
          1. Apollo
            Apollo 21 June 2014 22: 41 New
            +3
            Quote: muginov2015
            If the Jews helped Assad, they would probably have acquired a good ally in his person,

            Becoming an ally of one side automatically becomes an enemy of the opposite side.
        2. Apollo
          Apollo 21 June 2014 22: 38 New
          -1
          Quote: Aron Zaavi
          The leadership of Israel is exactly on the drum who is sitting in Damascus. That Assad, that his enemies are equally unpleasant to us.

          The main thing is not to make fun of the territory of Israel. And this is the most important thing. Peace with neighbors plus neutrality. It is all for some pseudo-neighbors to push into their internecine showdowns, thereby turning the hatred of all Arabs against Israel.
      2. And Us Rat
        And Us Rat 22 June 2014 13: 52 New
        -1
        Quote: 0255
        You surely come down to money alone.

        And you can see that you go to work from altruism, refuse salaries and eat the holy spirit. laughing
        1. 0255
          0255 22 June 2014 23: 22 New
          +2
          Quote: And Us Rat
          Quote: 0255
          You surely come down to money alone.

          And you can see that you go to work from altruism, refuse salaries and eat the holy spirit. laughing

          Your compatriots have too many comments about money! I do not argue, money is needed, but still marvel at the Jewish thirst for money.
    2. elenagromova
      21 June 2014 14: 49 New
      +2
      Well, of course, the war could not but cause damage. But these data - too much too high. Yesterday we were with a friend in a supermarket - there are plenty of people there, there is no place to put a car in a large parking lot. The people are sitting in the cafes. Yes, maybe not so often they began to go to cafes, yes, many had to deny themselves something, but there was no hunger. Many people continue to work as they did. The salary has decreased in dollar equivalent, but is paid fairly regularly (if there are delays, then rarely and for a few days).
      Of course, those who had a home or business in the destroyed areas lost a lot, but this is not the majority.
      1. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 15: 17 New
        +4
        Thanks. Really curious. So the parallel economy in Syria turned out to be a viable public sector.
      2. alone
        alone 21 June 2014 20: 51 New
        +1
        The main economic zone of Syria is considered to be Aleppo, which is practically in ruins. So I think it is wrong to say that the data is overstated. "Aleppo is the largest industrial center, where more than 50% of the country's industrial workers are employed, and an even larger share of export earnings is produced." this is enough to understand the economic condition of Syria as a state.
      3. ayyildiz
        ayyildiz 21 June 2014 21: 18 New
        +1
        Gromova why ISIS did not fight against Assad do you think?
      4. And Us Rat
        And Us Rat 22 June 2014 14: 19 New
        -4
        Quote: elenagromova
        Yesterday we were with a friend in a supermarket - there are a lot of people there, in a large parking lot there is nowhere to park the car. People are sitting in cafes.




        Quote: elenagromova
        Yes, maybe they didn’t go to cafes so often, yes, many had to deny themselves something, but there wasn’t any hunger.




        Quote: elenagromova
        Many people continue to work, as they did.




        Quote: elenagromova
        those who had houses or business in the destroyed areas - they lost a lot, but this is not the majority.


        1. alone
          alone 22 June 2014 14: 42 New
          -2
          Interestingly, where are the cafes? Oh yes, in Damascus, where Mrs. Gromova is sitting. Only Syria is not only composed of Damascus
        2. elenagromova
          22 June 2014 21: 20 New
          +5
          In Hebrew you all distorted! First, on your frames with destruction - Homs, not Damascus. And this is not the whole of Homs, but only certain areas. It is worth moving away from them 200 meters - and normal life. I laid out quite a lot of photos with normal and not ruined quarters. As for the lion, a popular version of the famine could not stand the test. First, the lion case was in a private zoo. And with the state zoo everything is in order - here, at least, the article of my colleague Ankhar Kochneva http://www.anhar.ru/zoopark and video http://www.anhar.ru/pravda-o-zooparke-damaska/ In -second, as it turned out, he was killed by the military, because the gangsters had destroyed the cells, and the lion, escaping to freedom, became dangerous for people.
          As for the children who make the bombs, in those areas where the legitimate government is, children go to school, play, and kick the ball through the streets. And only where there are bandits, children are used in this way. If they have abnormal parents who support the "opposition" and make their own children slaves - then who is to blame?
          And in general - whose cow would moo, let alone your flag. So here you are - the residents of Tel Aviv are sitting in cafes, and in Ramallah - your military kill people.
          1. 0255
            0255 22 June 2014 23: 28 New
            +3
            love Dear Elena Gromova, do not pay attention to the Israeli delirium and please us with your reports and more!
          2. alone
            alone 23 June 2014 00: 54 New
            -2
            Quote: elenagromova
            Here you are - the residents of Tel Aviv are sitting in cafes, and in Ramallah, your military is killing people.

            That's right, they kill their citizens in Ramallah, and not in Tel Aviv. Oh yes, about Ramallah, can you explain to me what military-strategic important role those students played by the Hamas militants play? Maybe that's why they kill people in Ramallah!
            By supporting some in their terrorist actions and condemning others (secretly in Syria), you are completely confused, Mrs. Gromova. If terrorism is evil, then we will condemn everyone together, or it turns out that some terrorists are good, but other bastards. It doesn’t happen. terrorism is no excuse, no matter what goals it sets for itself!
            1. elenagromova
              23 June 2014 02: 06 New
              +3
              The Syrian army itself is now forced to kill the Hamas, as well as other Islamists. But I would like to know, first of all, who was hiding in the office of the Rasha Today TV channel, which was destroyed by the military - the kidnappers? Or were the abducted hiding there? And secondly, on the question of who got confused - everything is exactly the opposite, because it was Israel that got confused. If terrorists commit crimes in Syria, the wounded militants are provided with medical care on Israeli territory, and Netanyahu even personally visits them. If the militants do something on the territory of the Zionist entity, the Israeli authorities are ready to kill everyone who is within a radius of 100 km from the supposed location of the militants.
              As for Hamas, this Islamist structure was created by the Israeli and American special services themselves in order to weaken the influence of Fatah and the PLO, as well as to justify all subsequent actions against the Palestinians.
              1. alone
                alone 23 June 2014 13: 56 New
                -2
                Quote: elenagromova
                But I would like to know, first of all, who was hiding in the office of the Rasha Today TV channel, which was destroyed by the military - the kidnappers?

                I asked you a specific question of what the students who were abducted are guilty of. You are Rush Tudey for me. This is the subject of another conversation. And I also asked why you are whitewashing some and cursing other terrorists. There is no answer again. I understand that money does not smell. You Fulfill the order of the Syrian authorities for a substantial sum. At least admit it.
                Fatah and the PLO are the same terrorist organizations as Hamas. Jews and Americans are to blame everywhere, even if Baba Masha’s milk runs away. Everything is clear with you. I consider the further argument with you useless.
            2. dervis 65
              dervis 65 25 June 2014 21: 39 New
              -1
              And you were there and saw how they kill.
            3. dervis 65
              dervis 65 25 June 2014 21: 39 New
              -1
              And you were there and saw how they kill.
          3. Kassandra
            Kassandra 27 June 2014 16: 05 New
            +1
            and, I thought you were talking about a giraffe in a European zoo who didn’t find a girlfriend (she is such a small Africa - I would have found it myself), and then they killed and butchered it in front of the children ... sad
    3. alone
      alone 21 June 2014 20: 46 New
      0
      Thinking of getting an answer?)) Again you are mistaken.
  8. Gray 43
    Gray 43 21 June 2014 10: 16 New
    11
    Terrorists never win, they themselves are consumables, but not political power
  9. parusnik
    parusnik 21 June 2014 11: 08 New
    +2
    It’s good when life is getting better ...
  10. 0255
    0255 21 June 2014 12: 12 New
    +7
    In Minsk a week ago there was a fair of goods from Syria in the MTZ culture palace, it was a pity there was no money, so I would have bought something for myself.

    Sorry to comment a little off topic
    1. atalef
      atalef 21 June 2014 16: 02 New
      -6
      Quote: 0255
      In Minsk a week ago there was a fair of goods from Syria in the MTZ culture palace, it was a pity there was no money, so I would have bought something for myself

      Ask Gromova laughing
      Quote: Aron Zaavi
      Yesterday we were with a friend in a supermarket - there are a lot of people there, in a large parking lot there is nowhere to park the car. People are sitting in cafes.
      1. 0255
        0255 21 June 2014 17: 32 New
        +5
        Quote: atalef
        Ask Gromova laughing

        Atalef, what do you care about my money?
        I read the comments of the Israelis - and I understand that everything comes down to the money with the Jews
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 18: 10 New
          +2
          Quote: 0255

          Atalef, what do you care about my money?
          I read the comments of the Israelis - and I understand that everything comes down to the money with the Jews

          You know, we had to work with Belarus and you, too, people know how to work and earn money. And by the way, they are not at all embarrassed by this.
        2. supertiger21
          supertiger21 21 June 2014 20: 18 New
          +3
          Quote: 0255
          Quote: atalef
          Ask Gromova laughing

          Atalef, what do you care about my money?
          I read the comments of the Israelis - and I understand that everything comes down to the money of the Jews


          drinks
          Well, why do you excite them with excitement Kostya ?! laughing Not only that, without this, green candy wrappers get from overseas people, because. and you still offer them ... laughing
          1. 0255
            0255 21 June 2014 22: 06 New
            +5
            Quote: supertiger21

            Well, why do you excite them with excitement Kostya ?! laughing Not only that, without this, green candy wrappers get from overseas people, because. and you still offer them ... laughing

            It’s my fault that they only worry about money?
            1. atalef
              atalef 21 June 2014 22: 25 New
              -2
              Quote: 0255
              Quote: supertiger21

              Well, why do you excite them with excitement Kostya ?! laughing Not only that, without this, green candy wrappers get from overseas people, because. and you still offer them ... laughing

              It’s my fault that they only worry about money?

              what do we worry about what we have a priori laughing
              1. 0255
                0255 21 June 2014 22: 28 New
                +3
                Quote: atalef

                what do we worry about what we have a priori laughing

                I am again convinced that for a Jew money is the most important thing wassat
                1. atalef
                  atalef 21 June 2014 22: 39 New
                  -7
                  Quote: 0255
                  Quote: atalef

                  what do we worry about what we have a priori laughing

                  I am again convinced that for a Jew money is the most important thing wassat

                  a man without money - a man loafer:
                  0255 Today, 12: 12
                  In Minsk a week ago there was a fair of goods from Syria in the MTZ culture palace, it was a pity there was no money, so I would have bought something for myself.
                  1. Apollo
                    Apollo 21 June 2014 22: 48 New
                    +6
                    Quote: atalef
                    a man without money - a man loafer:

                    Not always right. A person can be killed without weapons, leaving without work and without a livelihood.
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 21 June 2014 22: 56 New
                      0
                      Quote: Apollon
                      Quote: atalef
                      a man without money - a man loafer:

                      Not always right. A person can be killed without weapons, leaving without work and without a livelihood.

                      Hello Azir !!
                      I do not take extremes, especially since in Belarus this simply cannot be
                  2. 0255
                    0255 21 June 2014 22: 54 New
                    +4
                    Quote: atalef
                    man without money - man loafer

                    atalef, Hare to consider other people's money !!!
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 21 June 2014 22: 57 New
                      +2
                      Quote: 0255
                      Quote: atalef
                      man without money - man loafer

                      atalef, Hare to consider other people's money !!!

                      I would have to count my laughing
                      1. Apollo
                        Apollo 21 June 2014 23: 07 New
                        +4
                        Quote: atalef
                        I would have to count my

                        Well, the meaning is understandable ......... apparently a lot. Help count laughing
                      2. atalef
                        atalef 21 June 2014 23: 09 New
                        -1
                        Quote: Apollon
                        Quote: atalef
                        I would have to count my

                        Well, the meaning is understandable ......... apparently a lot. Help count laughing

                        money doesn’t happen a lot, it happens either little or very little, but I will accept help with joy, come hi
      2. Apollo
        Apollo 21 June 2014 22: 42 New
        +1
        Quote: 0255
        and I understand that with Jews everything comes down to money

        Rather, to justice.
      3. And Us Rat
        And Us Rat 22 June 2014 15: 29 New
        0
        Quote: 0255
        I read the comments of the Israelis - and I understand that everything comes down to the money with the Jews

        False, the Israelites do not have money in the first place - money is just a tool, but in the first place ... it’s easier to show: wink








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    2. old man 72
      old man 72 22 June 2014 02: 03 New
      +3
      Atalef, and if you ask for money, you are a rich Israelite, and we Belarusians living in our own labor are poor according to yours.
      1. atalef
        atalef 22 June 2014 06: 53 New
        +1
        Quote: Old Man 72
        Atalef, and if you ask for money, you are a rich Israelite, and we Belarusians living in our own labor are poor according to yours.

        In general, I was born in Gomel, I need to work and everything will work out for you
    3. old man 72
      old man 72 22 June 2014 02: 03 New
      +1
      Atalef, and if you ask for money, you are a rich Israelite, and we Belarusians living in our own labor are poor according to yours.
  • supertiger21
    supertiger21 21 June 2014 12: 19 New
    +7
    Sincerely happy for the Syrians crying good ! For 3 years we have overcome most of the evil. However, I am worried about one nuance, the rapidly growing worm of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, eats everything in its path. Recently, they seized trophies from the Iraqi army: Humvee armored vehicles, Abrams tanks, and two helicopters And the worst thing is that they are taking all this "democratic load" to the Syrian front. I hope the Syrians will cope with this insatiable hyena, which has already swallowed 1/3 of Syria and 2/5 of Iraq.
  • Checks
    Checks 21 June 2014 13: 32 New
    +7
    In all the photographs, the bright faces of the Syrians are striking. But the development of the situation in Iraq does not bode well, including Israel-quietly shitting their neighbors under the fence they are unlikely to succeed further — you can get a ball. And America will limit itself to sending a group of advisers and expressing its concern))
  • b.t.a.
    b.t.a. 21 June 2014 14: 38 New
    +6
    Quote: Aron Zaavi
    This is their internal inter-failure, and they treat us the same way.

    Good "mezhsoboynik". And nobody provides weapons to terrorists and information support? In Ukraine, Russia did not provide even a hundredth part of such assistance to the militias of the DPR and LPR, but all over the world there is hysteria: "Russia is seizing Ukraine." When will justice prevail in the actions of people and not green papers with portraits of American presidents?
  • padded jacket
    padded jacket 21 June 2014 15: 02 New
    +5
    ISIS (after al-Qaeda) is another brainchild of Israel, the United States and the Gulf countries.
    Arranging inhuman provocation in 2001 and killing thousands of its citizens, the US vilely attacked Afghanistan and Iraq, and they did not have such a strong leader as Bashar al-Assad. Syria was very lucky with its president that he was able to unite all religious concessions against a common the enemy, these fanatics, terrorists and simply gangsters who are being set against Syria, Israel and the United States.
    I believe that Bashar al-Assad and all honest citizens of this country will be able to kill all this bunch of bandits and bring Syria to peace and prosperity.
    Of course, it will be difficult, because Syria’s main war-raiser and provocateur Israel is at hand.
    But the Syrians will manage the victory will be for Bashar al-Assad and the people.
    1. Aaron Zawi
      Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 15: 20 New
      -4
      Quote: quilted jacket
      ...( many letters).

      Urya! Urya! Uryaaaa!
      1. padded jacket
        padded jacket 21 June 2014 15: 32 New
        +4
        Are you also for Basher Assad?
        Also do not support the criminal policy of Israel?
        It is very pleasant that such an honest and principled Israeli was here.
  • Professor
    Professor 21 June 2014 15: 43 New
    -5
    It was there that the refugee camp was located - for those residents of Kasaba, mainly of Armenian nationality, who had nowhere to go.

    Let the Armenians go to Armenia. There is such a country behind a large Caucasian ridge.
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 21 June 2014 15: 56 New
      10
      Professor, what is your Nazi proposal, let the Armenians go to Armenia?
      Write then, let all the Jews go to Israel. There is such a country on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
      1. 0255
        0255 21 June 2014 16: 01 New
        +6
        Do not pay attention to the professors!
      2. Professor
        Professor 21 June 2014 16: 05 New
        -6
        Quote: quilted jacket
        for those residents of Kasaba, mainly of Armenian nationality, who had nowhere to go.

        When a disaster strikes in any country, over the past 60 years no one will write "for those residents ..., mainly of Jewish nationality, who had nowhere to go." Because Jews have where to go - to Israel. And Israel will not abandon their mercy to others. If necessary, then tens of thousands will be taken out of Africa in a week. But in Syria, the Armenians have nowhere to go. We need to tell them that there is an independent state of Armenia and brothers by blood and faith are waiting for them there and they will be called "akhper", which means "brother".
        1. Hairy Siberian
          Hairy Siberian 21 June 2014 19: 37 New
          +7
          Quote: Professor
          When a disaster strikes in any country, over the past 60 years no one will write "for those residents ..., mainly of Jewish nationality, who had nowhere to go." Because Jews have where to go - to Israel. And Israel will not abandon their mercy to others. If necessary, then tens of thousands will be taken out of Africa in a week. But in Syria, the Armenians have nowhere to go. We need to tell them that there is an independent state of Armenia and brothers by blood and faith are waiting for them there and they will be called "akhper", which means "brother".

          Do not worry you so Professor.
          You see, Armenians always look better than they really are! Because to look worse than in reality is the prerogative of the Other nation.
      3. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 16: 15 New
        +8
        Quote: quilted jacket
        Professor, what is your Nazi proposal, let the Armenians go to Armenia?
        Write then, let all the Jews go to Israel. There is such a country on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.

        May I?! LET ALL JEWS GO TO ISRAEL !!!!!!
        1. padded jacket
          padded jacket 21 June 2014 16: 38 New
          +3
          Aron Zaavi, like the professor, has some strange (if not more) (fascist) slogans.
          One all the Armenians in Armenia the other all the Jews in Israel.
          Surprisingly, you suffered greatly from fascism during the Great Patriotic War.
          And now you yourself support and spread this criminal ideology.
          Are you even from Israel?
          If so, then your strange views are propagated.
          1. atalef
            atalef 21 June 2014 17: 15 New
            +2
            Quote: quilted jacket
            Aron Zaavi, like the professor, has some strange (if not more) (fascist) slogans.
            One all Armenians to Armenia another all Jews to Israel

            Jews must live in Israel - it’s hard to come up with a more fascist slogan belay
            What do we smoke?
            1. Professor
              Professor 21 June 2014 19: 59 New
              0
              Quote: atalef
              Jews must live in Israel - it’s hard to come up with a more fascist slogan

              But he is right, it is Zionism. wink Zionism (Hebrew צִיּוֹנוּת, otsionut - from the name of Mount Zion in Jerusalem) is a political movement whose goal is to unite and revive the Jewish people in their historical homeland - in Israel (Eretz Israel), as well as the ideological concept on which this movement is based. And Zionism is known to be harmful or at least annoying ... laughing
          2. Aaron Zawi
            Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 17: 15 New
            +4
            Quote: quilted jacket
            .
            Are you even from Israel?
            If so, then your strange views are propagated.

            I will not answer for others. But my personal (IMHO) Jews should live in Israel. And yes, I myself am from Israel. There is a suburb of Tel Aviv, Holon.
            1. 0255
              0255 21 June 2014 17: 29 New
              +2
              Well, the s.r.a.ch begins again with the Israelis ...
              1. Apollo
                Apollo 21 June 2014 22: 54 New
                +2
                Quote: 0255
                Well, starts with s.r.a.ch with the Israelis ..

                Notice the former ours citizens, citizens of the USSR. Why they turned out to be citizens of Israel is another question. As for the citizens of Israel born in Azerbaijan, they left not because of xenophobic sentiments, unlike other regions of the former USSR, but because of the war, which, I hope you all guess, continues and to this day.
                1. Stavros
                  Stavros 21 June 2014 23: 14 New
                  +1
                  And what did they leave that didn’t stay to defend Azerbaijan?
                  1. Apollo
                    Apollo 21 June 2014 23: 26 New
                    +1
                    Quote: Stavros
                    A cho left

                    Well, firstly, not why and why, this is not their holy war, but ours.

                    Secondly, there are those who defended. Here's a photo and video.

                    1. Stavros
                      Stavros 21 June 2014 23: 58 New
                      +1
                      It was because of him that you were boiling in Baku, that there was no place for a Jew to be buried in your martyrs alley?
            2. padded jacket
              padded jacket 21 June 2014 18: 16 New
              +4
              Father-in-law, for a state of people of the same nationality to exist in Israel in this case, Jews?
              Is it like in Germany with Hitler?
              Only Aryans?
              And where do you get people of other nationalities, destroy?
              It’s good that there are such leaders as Bashar al-Assad, Ali Hosseini Khamenei, Hassan Nasrallah who are opposed to your vile plans in the Middle East.
              Their health and success in their struggle for justice and peace in the region.
              1. atalef
                atalef 21 June 2014 18: 27 New
                +1
                Quote: quilted jacket
                Father-in-law, for a state of people of the same nationality to exist in Israel in this case, Jews?
                Is it like in Germany with Hitler?

                No (where are we going to go, Arabs. Druze, Circassians. Armenians. Russian and so on and so forth)
                I am for the fact that the Jews would go and live in Israel - but are you against it?

                Quote: quilted jacket
                And where do you get people of other nationalities, destroy?

                Stopped smoking. started stabbing .. laughing
                Quote: quilted jacket
                It’s good that there are such leaders as Bashar al-Assad, Ali Hosseini Khamenei, Hassan Nasrallah who are opposed to your vile plans in the Middle East.
                Their health and success in their struggle for justice and peace in the region.

                I'm the same for Assad. war with him will go on for a long, long time. Health him hi
                1. padded jacket
                  padded jacket 21 June 2014 21: 30 New
                  +4
                  atalef
                  I'm the same for Assad. war with him will go on for a long, long time. Health him hi

                  Here are your words and confirm that you only need war as you write "long long" until the last Arab. Druze, Armenian, Russian, etc.
                  I really hope that this is only your opinion and not the entire Israeli people.
                  And Assad and the entire Syrian people really have health, patience, courage and great luck in their not easy fight against international dishonesty.
                  Fighting for their families for the peace and prosperity of their country, they are fighting, including for us, for Russia and its people.
                  1. atalef
                    atalef 21 June 2014 22: 00 New
                    -3
                    Quote: quilted jacket
                    Here are your words and confirm that you only need war as you write "long long" until the last Arab. Druze, Armenian, Russian, etc.

                    What for ? I have nothing against the Arab. especially the Druze (which I have in my department as many as 5) and who serve in the IDF) by the way, like the Russians. Arabs - Christians and some Armenians


                    Quote: quilted jacket
                    I really hope that this is only your opinion and not the entire Israeli people.

                    Good health to Assad? Not everything, the Arabs (Israeli) wish him death, but I’m different hi -- let him live

                    Quote: quilted jacket
                    And Assad and the entire Syrian people really have health, patience, courage and great luck in their not easy fight against international dishonesty.

                    And I for that

                    Quote: quilted jacket
                    Fighting for their families for the peace and prosperity of their country, they are fighting, including for us, for Russia and its people.

                    Well, do not distort. not at a rally.
                    You can’t convince me of this.
              2. Aaron Zawi
                Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 19: 07 New
                +3
                Quote: quilted jacket
                Father-in-law, for a state of people of the same nationality to exist in Israel in this case, Jews?
                Is it like in Germany with Hitler?
                Only Aryans?
                And where do you get people of other nationalities, destroy?
                It’s good that there are such leaders as Bashar al-Assad, Ali Hosseini Khamenei, Hassan Nasrallah who are opposed to your vile plans in the Middle East.
                Their health and success in their struggle for justice and peace in the region.

                What's the connection? I am for the fact that all Jews live in Israel, for if there are smart, enterprising, brave among us, then let their merits serve the Jewish people, and if among us are vile, cunning, greedy, then let us deal with them ourselves, without your notations. As for the other people living near the nasi today, they have lived and will live. You offer an Arab-Israeli to move to the Russian Federation, even with obtaining citizenship at the airport, 99% will send you far and without bread. Well, the heroes of your novel interfere with us today very indirectly. As Russian folk wisdom says, "That's what the mouse is, so that the cat does not doze." So let these gentlemen solve their problems, and then we'll see. We will solve problems as they arise.
                1. padded jacket
                  padded jacket 21 June 2014 21: 57 New
                  +2
                  Of course, Arabs with Israeli citizenship will not move it because their land they were born there and grew up and their ancestors and their ancestors ....
                  And you not only captured their homeland, but also put them in jail, torture and kill their wives and children.
                  Fenced off by walls and minefields it is not surprising that you were the only allies of such a fascist regime as apartheid in South Africa.
                  But we are off topic therefore I propose to end this.
                  1. atalef
                    atalef 21 June 2014 22: 13 New
                    +1
                    Quote: quilted jacket
                    And you not only captured their homeland

                    It’s strange. and Jesus and the apostles so for a moment who were they? Russian or what?
                    And the Arabs while that on the land of Israel did not smell.
                    Or didn’t you read the Bible?
                    1. old man 72
                      old man 72 22 June 2014 02: 19 New
                      +2
                      Atalef open the Torah and look at the maps, you will find the lands of Palestine and not Israel. I have a Torah and I sometimes revere it.
                    2. old man 72
                      old man 72 22 June 2014 02: 19 New
                      +1
                      Atalef open the Torah and look at the maps, you will find the lands of Palestine and not Israel. I have a Torah and I sometimes revere it.
                      1. atalef
                        atalef 22 June 2014 06: 58 New
                        0
                        old man 72 (1) Today, 02:19 ↑ New
                        Atalef open the Torah and look at the maps, you will find the lands of Palestine and not Israel. I have a Torah and I sometimes revere it.

                        Well, show me where in the Torah it is said about the lands of the Palestinians laughing
                  2. Aaron Zawi
                    Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 22: 46 New
                    0
                    Of course off topic, I just want to understand where such nonsense is from? Who fenced off the Arabs of Raa'at, Taibe or Umel Fahham? What walls, what apartheid? Where does this aplomb not backed up by minimal knowledge come from? Is it hard to use the Internet before writing something? So much different material. Just a shock.
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 21 June 2014 22: 52 New
                      0
                      Quote: Aaron Zawi
                      Of course off topic, I just want to understand where such nonsense is from? Who fenced off the Arabs of Raa'at, Taibe or Umel Fahham? What walls, what apartheid? Where does this aplomb not backed up by minimal knowledge come from? Is it hard to use the Internet before writing something? So much different material. Just a shock.

                      Hi Aron, often stopping by in Shefaram, Kama, or in the same Faradis or Um el Fachem - I say that they live like we should never live - one family - one house, palaces such that we are mostly told about such and not dream
                  3. And Us Rat
                    And Us Rat 22 June 2014 15: 55 New
                    -2
                    Quote: quilted jacket
                    imprison, torture and kill their wives and children.

                    Aha !!! wassat wassat wassat









                    Poor torture laughing laughing laughing
              3. dervis 65
                dervis 65 25 June 2014 21: 35 New
                -1
                And you are a golem antesemite.
              4. dervis 65
                dervis 65 25 June 2014 21: 35 New
                -1
                And you are a golem antesemite.
          3. Dracula
            Dracula 22 June 2014 03: 15 New
            +3
            Jewish Nazism is a terrible thing. Thanks to Odessa (House of Trade Unions May 2) we are now in the know. Odessa is not forgiven.
          4. Kassandra
            Kassandra 23 June 2014 14: 16 New
            +2
            Zionism is from the city of Sion in Switzerland where their first congress was. near the occult place of drachenlokh (Dakonovo gorge)
            By the way, the snake gorynych was called "the great zhydovin" before the revolution.
            Rockefellers arranged the Second World War and the Russians suffered the most from it.
    2. Arminian power
      Arminian power 21 June 2014 21: 05 New
      +3
      Kilikia ............ we are at home however hi
      1. Professor
        Professor 21 June 2014 21: 09 New
        +2
        Quote: Arminian power
        Kilikia ............ we are at home however hi

        And about whom then Gromova weaves, ahper jahn? wink
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      2. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 21: 48 New
        +2
        Quote: Arminian power
        Kilikia ............ we are at home however hi

        By the way the question. There was information that the Alawites and Nureisites were descendants of the Cilician Armenians.
        1. atalef
          atalef 21 June 2014 21: 55 New
          +2
          Quote: Aron Zaavi
          By the way the question. There was information that the Alawites and Nureisites were descendants of the Cilician Armenians.

          The question is very complicated. Christian traces in their religion evoke some involvement in the descendants of the crusaders
          In general, Alavism - an extreme branch of Shiism with the presence of occultism, etc. - in general, they have moved so far away from traditional Islam that in general they are not recognized by Muslims as the bulk of Islamic theologians.
          1. Arminian power
            Arminian power 21 June 2014 22: 08 New
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            The Alawiti are not Muslims or Christians, they have a different religion, just like a Yezidi.
          2. Aaron Zawi
            Aaron Zawi 21 June 2014 22: 41 New
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            The fact of the matter is that the emergence of Alavism and the area of ​​its emergence and the disappearance of the Cilician kingdom coincide so much that many scholars argue that the Alawites are forcibly Islamized Cilicians who preserved part of the Christian religion and were able to intonate it with Islam, creating a new religion and people.
        2. Arminian power
          Arminian power 21 June 2014 21: 59 New
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          By the way the answer. They write a lot and all but little truth hi
          1. Hairy Siberian
            Hairy Siberian 21 June 2014 23: 37 New
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            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            The Alawiti are not Muslims or Christians, they have a different religion, just like a Yezidi.

            You are mistaken dear.
            The Alawites are deifying Ali.
            Ali is a cousin, son-in-law and ally of the prophet Muhammad, the fourth righteous caliph and the first imam in the teachings of Shiites.
            Shiites are Muslims. So the Alawites are Muslims.
            1. Apollo
              Apollo 21 June 2014 23: 48 New
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              Quote: Hairy Siberian
              Shiites are Muslims. So the Alawites are Muslims.

              It's not a secret for me how do you get on with the Iranians and how do they help you in everything. laughing
              1. Hairy Siberian
                Hairy Siberian 22 June 2014 05: 44 New
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                Quote: Apollon
                It’s not a secret for me how you deal with the Iranians and how they help you in everything.

                Shh ... no current!
            2. alone
              alone 22 June 2014 14: 47 New
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              Alawites are not Shiites. Their religious understanding is different from Shiites. Iranians called them Shiites in order to have a transshipment in the region for hezbollah. Politics.
              Shiit will never say that, the Angel was mistaken in passing the prophecy of Muhammad, which was intended to Ali))) I hope you understand me.
  • melnik
    melnik 21 June 2014 15: 50 New
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    In Iraq, the judge who sentenced Saddam was executed, we threw Najibullah at the time. Politics ..
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  • hull
    hull 23 June 2014 09: 18 New
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    who knows, did Russia deliver the S-400 complexes purchased by Syria?
  • zhyrab
    zhyrab 24 June 2014 00: 47 New
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    Lavitians are not Shiites. Their religious understanding is different from Shiites. Iranians called them Shiites in order to have a transshipment in the region for hezbollah. Politics.
    Shiit will never say that, the Angel was mistaken in passing the prophecy of Muhammad, which was intended to Ali))) I hope you understand me.
    RADIUS Crap is NOT SWEETER !!!