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TV crew of russian state TV channel with syrian soldiers in gunfight against militants in Homs.
http://www.vesti.ru/only_video.html?vid=431720 (in russian language)
Last Edit: July 07, 2012, 08:26:19 AM by impera

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Turkey's trying to turn Syria into another Chechnya..Don't forget it's Turkey that supports the Chechen rebels..The money comes from PGCC dumb f*cks and Turkey gives them shelter..Same happened in Afghanistan..Turkey was hosting/training Taliban(mujahedeen) on their soil along with Pakistan..Russia must teach them a lesson or two..They've pushed it too far...
Last Edit: July 07, 2012, 08:49:16 AM by reza18

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They need to secure their frontiers and choke these US Taliban criminals.....even animals have more dignity...


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By watching that vid, I have no doubt Iranian special forces or "officers" are already there on the ground helping the Syrian army..Idlib has already been taken from the rebels..I think Syria must pay Erdogan back in kind by arming the Kurds..

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Turkey's trying to turn Syria into another Chechnya..Don't forget it's Turkey that supports the Chechen rebels..The money comes from PGCC dumb f*cks and Turkey gives them shelter..Same happened in Afghanistan..Turkey was hosting/training Taliban on their soil along with Pakistan..Russia must teach them a lesson or two..They've pushed it too far...

It's been a long time the Turks have been serving as US puppets. The terrorists are being shipped to Turkey and then provided with training and fake passports. They did the same thing by preparing the so called “Chechensky” rebels where Salafists including Turks and Qataris were sent to the Russian republics. The problem now is that Turkey may probably be the next to go down the hill since Alavis, Kurds and Christians are now being threatened of extermination.

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It's been a long time the Turks have been serving as US puppets. The terrorists are being shipped to Turkey and then provided with training and fake passports. They did the same thing by preparing the so called “Chechensky” rebels where Salafists including Turks and Qataris were sent to the Russian republics. The problem now is that Turkey may probably be the next to go down the hill since Alavis, Kurds and Christians are now being threatened of extermination.


Turkey's role in facilitating US/Israeli policies in the region cannot be ignored or hidden anymore..I believe the Russians had a hand in downing that Turkish jet over Syria..It was a warning to Erdogan not to play with fire..I think the Russian and Chinese have drawn the line..I few days ago a top Syria official visited Iran.What was discussed is not known but rest assured, Iran will stand by Syria..This conflict will stop ONLY when the PGCC dictators begin to feel the pain themselves and on their own soil..Turkey will collapse if the money from the PGCC monarchies is no longer flowing..Russia and Iran should turn off the oil/gas taps briefly as a warning to Erdogan to back off or else..

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It's been a long time the Turks have been serving as US puppets. The terrorists are being shipped to Turkey and then provided with training and fake passports. They did the same thing by preparing the so called “Chechensky” rebels where Salafists including Turks and Qataris were sent to the Russian republics. The problem now is that Turkey may probably be the next to go down the hill since Alavis, Kurds and Christians are now being threatened of extermination.

In less than 12 months, Turkey has managed to tarnish good relationship with four of the neighbours, Iraq, Syria, Iran and Russia.  Good that Turkey has a zero problem policy with her neighbours, one wonder if they had a hostile policy, how Turks would have acted.

It is funny, since Turkey is very much  dependent on her neighbours for energy and oil.  I thinks Russia, Iran, Syria and Iraq should have a meeting and come up with a credible financial and boycott threat against Turkey, if Turks continue to misbehave.

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There has also been lots of noise around the Grey Poodles in Europe. Indeed they did nothing to buy sympathy (else than giving into US boot leaking). It’s not by changing their alphabet they’re going to become “superpower”….a “superpower” knocking on the bankrupt European door..

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The empire doesn't mind wrecking Turkey as well. Indeed the empire doesn't care about anything else than its elites. Just take a look at how Europe and the US are being wrecked!
 Thanks to the great stupidity of Turkish leaders, turkey has entered a very dangerous playground.
Last Edit: July 08, 2012, 10:53:19 AM by kaman

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Here is a C&P from the syrian perspective Posted by Ziad Fadel about the so called Manaf Tlass defection.

http://syrianperspective.blogspot.com/

Everybody has heard that the minor event of Manaf Tlas's desertion to Turkey and then, France, has captured the imagination of jaded (and frustrated) journalists around the Western World.  Let's forget that Major General Manaf Mustapha Tlas was under house arrest when he made his daring escape after his father arranged it with Dr. Bashar Al-Assad.  According to western sources, he was about to be arrested within two days for complicity with terrorists, but, got wind of the whole affair and decided he could duck his Military Intelligence unit and make it across the landmine infested northern border of Syria.   

But SyrPer always gets the real news from the real sources.  And here it is:  Manaf Tlas was a disgraced officer in the Syrian army for his bungled handling of the armed rebellion in Harasta and Zabadani.  He actually negotiated a deal with terrorist criminals and army deserters to allow them to remain armed and in place as long as "they did not fire at anyone".  Well!  Isn't that precious?






 Ecce Minibus! You almost want to slap him and tell him to eat everything on his plate. Manaf is depicted here as a colonel.

The deal he struck with the deserters got the commander of the Republican Guards, Maj. Gen. Hafez Makhlouf, going ballistic.  Manaf was the commander of a small unit, the 105 Battle Regiment of the Republican Guards, and had little authority to negotiate anything of the kind.  It is reported that Gen. Makhlouf took the matter straight to Dr. Assad and demanded that any protection be lifted so that Manaf could be sent to a desk job pushing pencils and sneaking shots of cognac.  President Assad assented and Manaf was seconded to the Republican Guard headquarters in Al-Mazzeh where he began to connive and deceive his watchers with little success. 

It is said that former and disgraced American ambassador to Damascus, Robert Ford, smelled a wounded calf and commenced a series of contacts with Manaf Tlas.  It was also reported to me that his father, former Defense Minister and long time Assad family loyalist, Maj. Gen. Mustapha Tlas, implored Bashar not to allow any harm to come to his wastrel of a son.  Dr. Assad issued an order to all heads of security to insure that the miscreant was allowed all the time he needed to drink himself to death.  But, he was under house arrest.  This is essentially the end of his career.  I received word that Gen. Makhlouf wanted him jailed but was denied that bit of satisfaction by Dr. Assad.

Manaf was never cut out for the military.  He wasn't even cut out for retail. To make his father proud, he entered the Military Academy at Homs at a time when Bashar was also doing his OTC there.  They were naturally attracted to one another socially due to the close relationship between their fathers.  However, Bashar was very dweebish and icy whereas Manaf was committed to emulating his father; with all that machismo and display. 

         General Tlas, very affable and approachable.  I met him in 1983 when he looked like this.
Manaf Tlas had disappeared from the Assad "inner circle" by May of 2011.  My sources tell me that Dr. Assad was also shocked at the somewhat blithe way Manaf conjured up his idiotic plan to resolve the rebellion at Harasta, a town outside Damascus.  I was also told that Dr. Assad was personally embarrassed at having to place him under "limited" house arrest and did so, only grudgingly, to appease his maternal first cousin's wrath.   General Maher Al-Assad also played a role in Manaf's eventual political vaporization. 

When Manaf began contacting members of the militarized opposition,  his file was passed on to Military Intelligence and the desk of General Abdel-Fattah Qudsiyya.  Surveillance was conducted at all times and Manaf's contacts with unsavory characters in the so-called "opposition" were detailed.  It was a matter of time before his actions would necessitate an humiliating arrest.

I have been told that Dr. Assad contacted Gen. Tlas, the father, who lives in Paris due to a need to have his pacemaker constantly monitored.  Tlas begged Dr. Bashar Al-Assad not to bring "disgrace" upon the Tlas family with an arrest.  Dr. Assad agreed to permit Manaf to leave with his family at a time to be decided by him.  Manaf's son, however, was studying in Beirut and had to complete his semester.  Everyone agreed to this.

Syria has done this before.  Dr. George Habash, was allowed to "escape" in 1968 by order of Gen. Ahmad Suwaidani.  I was there and know that this happened for a fact.  I was in Jabal Webdeh in Amman when Dr. Habash arrived and was greeted by Nayef Qaddoura  and Dr. Wadi Haddad.  There was no escape - only a Syrian guard looking askance as Dr. Habash packed his suitcase and drove across the border unimpeded to the Jordanian capital.  I remember Dr. Habash lighting one Reem cigarette after another as he luxuriated in his office.  He was a great man. 

Now, back to Manaf, who is not a great man.  It is certain that the media in the West will try to make a silk purse out of this ordinary event.  They will try to get around the discomfiting fact that the "important" official was, in fact, under house arrest.  They will revel at his every utterance, sober or not.



Can anyone believe this guy made general?   In this pose for United Artists, Manaf vies for the role of Che Guevara in the titanic bomb movie: "CHE!".  (Joke)
So far he has said nothing.  He may, understandably, say very little.  He is not articulate.  But his family is now out of Syria with the exception of his youngest sister, Sarya, who remains in Damascus and is married to a Lebanese chiropractor.  How long Sarya will stay in Damascus is anyone's guess. His older sister, Nahida, lives in Paris close to her father.  His brother, Firas, a wealthy businessman divides his time between Paris and Dubai.  And so, the Tlas dynasty of Al-Rastan now arrives at its concluding narrative which started in a nomadic history in the hills of Ottoman Georgia to the fertile plains of Syria and ended on the dissolute boulevards of Paris.  Yawn.   

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I knew the guy was a spy..In fact, most, if not all the so-called "defected" generals in Turkey were undercover spies who's covers were blown and couldn't operate anymore so they had to escape to their daddy Erdogan..Of course the western media will like to spin it as some kind of major "defection" but it's their loss, not Syria's..

The only thing holding Syria together is their unity, not army etc...They will overcome this..Mark it!!!
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There are some interesting facts regarding the widespread stupidity among many people who are ready to sellout.
I have spoken to both the so called "Iranian Greenies" ( Kaleh GhormehSabzi leprechauns) and the Syrians whose rear ends are put on sale  (low price tag). They all claim that the "Regime has to change", go know how and that they will see afterworlds how to deal with issues such s the occupation of Golan heights (Syria) and the independence of Iran (in case of the Caleh ghormeh Sabzi leprechauns).
The funny part of it is that if you go further in discussions you will see that these people don’t even care about the splitting of their supposed country and the propagation of civil wars. On one occasion I got into a heated discussion with one of the greeny leprechauns who t one moment backed the splitting of Iran into pieces. Then I really understood what “Prostitution Meant” and that these people had lost their very basic dignity….”Bi-Also-Nassab”….

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There are some interesting facts regarding the widespread stupidity among many people who are ready to sellout.
I have spoken to both the so called "Iranian Greenies" ( Kaleh GhormehSabzi leprechauns) and the Syrians whose rear ends are put on sale  (low price tag). They all claim that the "Regime has to change", go know how and that they will see afterworlds how to deal with issues such s the occupation of Golan heights (Syria) and the independence of Iran (in case of the Caleh ghormeh Sabzi leprechauns).
The funny part of it is that if you go further in discussions you will see that these people don’t even care about the splitting of their supposed country and the propagation of civil wars. On one occasion I got into a heated discussion with one of the greeny leprechauns who t one moment backed the splitting of Iran into pieces. Then I really understood what “Prostitution Meant” and that these people had lost their very basic dignity….”Bi-Also-Nassab”….



kaman, you're not the only one..I met a guy not long ago and we where having  discussion..The guy's lived abroad since he was like 14..He told me he wishes the Shah was back and that "the regime" needs to be bombed because they deserved it.. I said but that's your country. He said "I don't care".

Then it hit me, they've become a product of the society they were raised..Nothing will change them..They tell people they're from Iran but to me, they're no longer Iranians just ex-Iranian waiting for the West to give them salvation...

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kaman, you're not the only one..I met a guy not long ago and we where having  discussion..The guy's lived abroad since he was like 14..He told me he wishes the Shah was back and that "the regime" needs to be bombed because they deserved it.. I said but that's your country. He said "I don't care".

Then it hit me, they've become a product of the society they were raised..Nothing will change them..They tell people they're from Iran but to me, they're no longer Iranians just ex-Iranian waiting for the West to give them salvation...

The most interesting is their forwardness and illiteracy. The Shah? Which shah? He's dead and all he left is bunch of retarded and suicidal Kids.!!  On the other hand these people re fortunately not the majority. Iranians are usually patriotic. Just take  look t how fast the Ghormeh Sabzi movement turned into an Iranian soup mix (Asheh Sholeh Ghalam Kar). Wise people deserted them and insults started fusing against them as people started to understand what all this was about.

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The most interesting is their forwardness and illiteracy. The Shah? Which shah? He's dead and all he left is bunch of retarded and suicidal Kids.!!  On the other hand these people re fortunately not the majority. Iranians are usually patriotic. Just take  look t how fast the Ghormeh Sabzi movement turned into an Iranian soup mix (Asheh Sholeh Ghalam Kar). Wise people deserted them and insults started fusing against them as people started to understand what all this was about.

Yeah..Initially people thought the greenies where some nice opposition group but when they heard chants like "No Palestine, we want to be friend with Israel", a lot of people reconsidered and backed away..I think Mousavi and Kharoubi didn't see this coming and thought they had everything under control. They were mere pawns in a much bigger game needed to start a soft coup in Iran but it failed thanks to the awareness of the people.

To me, I think education is key to make the people aware of their history..The reason Arab armies always loose and their leaders are ever ready to defect is because among Arab, they don't see themselves as one..They see themselves as clans and tribes so there's always a tribe vying for power over the other and he doesn't mind siding with his enemy destroy his fellow Arab..No wonder Israel is always able to manipulate them because they understand the Arab mentality very well..Not because they're powerful or anything.

To our Arab brothers on this forum, I don't mean any disrespect or harm..Please accept my apologies in advance if my statements have offended you.

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Yeah..Initially people thought the greenies where some nice opposition group but when they heard chants like "No Palestine, we want to be friend with Israel", a lot of people reconsidered and backed away..I think Mousavi and Kharoubi didn't see this coming and thought they had everything under control. They were mere pawns in a much bigger game needed to start a soft coup in Iran but it failed thanks to the awareness of the people.
In my view Moosavi was corrupt since the start. At the time I was watching him speak to western Medias right before the elections and I had the feeling he was a coward sellout. I have seen some of those who surrounded him then fled, (at least they pretend). I have now words to qualify them. They will do anything if you throw a penny at them!!! Indeed people deserted these ghormeh sabzis composed of old creepy royalists, commies and MKO. they even invited Zionists to their meetings where they got bashed by Iranians. 

To me, I think education is key to make the people aware of their history..The reason Arab armies always loose and their leaders are ever ready to defect is because among Arab, they don't see themselves as one..They see themselves as clans and tribes so there's always a tribe vying for power over the other and he doesn't mind siding with his enemy destroy his fellow Arab..No wonder Israel is always able to manipulate them because they understand the Arab mentality very well..Not because they're powerful or anything.
To our Arab brothers on this forum, I don't mean any disrespect or harm..Please accept my apologies in advance if my statements have offended you.

The problem is that the arab nationalism was wrecked by greed and conflicts. Hassan Nassrallah showed them how things would turn out if they had courage and dignity. I sincerely hope that Syrians will prevail and save their country from sellouts.

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Great Video

I guess the explosion wans't  a "special effects" nor was it part of the kaaraoke program ....
Last Edit: July 15, 2012, 04:20:07 PM by kaman

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I wonder if it was an accident (maybe a grenade went off?), or if the Syrian intelligence had something to do with it.
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These guys are just turds...Wahabism relies on illiterates and dumb people to do their bidding..These guys will shoot at ANYTHING if you tell them they're doing it for "allah"..

The CIA and other Western kooks just love them because they're so easily manipulated...

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Rise of asia is dependent on three civilizational countries India, China & Iran. West does not want these to develop and become powerful because they will lose there power, so modern day nation states whose borders were created with western help are still being used to contain these three countries. In this scenario there are wahabis who are basically mindless bots causing destruction and chaos in asia and destrupting trade between these three countries and also connectivity with russia. They need to be eliminated and iran will have to do it since they are the closest and most threatened by it out of the three. If the region between the three countries was stable and trade were to happen then many good things would come out of it for all involved.
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Looks like the karaoke guy was saying ''suicide...suicide..suicide''  then the grenade in his right pocket went off lol

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Looks like the karaoke guy was saying ''suicide...suicide..suicide''  then the grenade in his right pocket went off lol
yeah but unfortunately (to you) those guys were on your side of US imperialism. These idiots are your Hilary's foot soldiers!
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yeah but unfortunately (to you) those guys were on your side of US imperialism. These idiots are your Hilary's foot soldiers!

Gol gofti baradar.

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