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When Georgia is Behind us

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I don't know Arabic. What is he saying?

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That is Major-General Adnan Sillu, the former head of Syria's chemical weapons programme, has reportedly defected back in June 2012. He's just rambling on how they tried to advise president al-assad not to kill the civillians. What a bunch of bullshi*. Assad is finally catching up on all the rats who betrayed their country. All these defectors are part of the money that bush allocated back in 2005. Syria doesn't need him any way

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That is Major-General Adnan Sillu, the former head of Syria's chemical weapons programme, has reportedly defected back in June 2012. He's just rambling on how they tried to advise president al-assad not to kill the civillians. What a bunch of bullshi*. Assad is finally catching up on all the rats who betrayed their country. All these defectors are part of the money that bush allocated back in 2005. Syria doesn't need him any way

Anytime I hear of a defector, I know it's a kook who's cover's been blown and therefore need to running to safety...The chaos in Syria has exposed most of them and I won't be surprised if many more are exposed..

In Libya, all the CIA kooks were the first to "defect" causing a chain of other real defections..it's all part of a grand psy-ops planned long time ago...

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That is Major-General Adnan Sillu, the former head of Syria's chemical weapons programme, has reportedly defected back in June 2012. He's just rambling on how they tried to advise president al-assad not to kill the civillians. What a bunch of bullshi*. Assad is finally catching up on all the rats who betrayed their country. All these defectors are part of the money that bush allocated back in 2005. Syria doesn't need him any way

Thanks. Syria doesn't need people like him anyways. I have no respect for those who would rather polish the balls of the foreigners and enemies of their state than stay fast to their country and their people.

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Scattered gun fights sound ‘Battle For Damascus’

http://www.rt.com/news/syria-damascus-shooting-finoshina-367/

After declaring an all-out offensive on government troops, Free Syrian Army militants are fighting to destabilize the capital Damascus. RT’s Maria Finoshina reports that sporadic gunfire and blasts could be heard close to the city center.

­Despite official reports that the Syrian capital was fully cleared from armed militants on Tuesday morning, the gunfire in Damascus continues.

RT’s correspondent Maria Finoshina reports the intensity of fighting inside Damascus is nowhere near the level she experienced during last weeks assault on Douma, some 14 km from the capital, where she remembers her hotel windows shaking from the fierce exchanges.

Though occasional shooting in ‪Damascus‬ continues and armed soldiers are patrolling the streets, “it doesn't seem like final or decisive battle for capital, really,” Finoshina reports.

A deputy ‪Damascus‬ police chief was also reportedly killed in the clashes.

Finoshina’s source in the Syrian army has revealed that the army’s tactic is to‬ surround rebel hotbeds while leaving them a 'corridor' to flee. The plan is to direct them into less populated areas where they can be dealt with without restraint.

Finoshina also twitted that by noon, shootings were heard in ‪Mezrah‬ area of Damascus‬, very close to the city center and not far from the Russian embassy. The ruling Baath‬ party building has reportedly been targeted in ‪the Mezrah‬ area. Police, however, have yet to block the roads and the city remains under the control of government security forces.

Residents in the Midan area of southern Damascus asked the operation’s commander to establish a corridor through which “the terrorists” could leave. He refused, saying “We gave them time to surrender – they refused. We are not here to negotiate.”

Finoshina has also reported military helicopters are patrolling the skies over Damascus.

On Monday ‪the Free Syrian Army‬ announced a final “battle for ‪Damascus”‬. By Monday evening the Nahreshe‬ and Al Qadam‬ neighborhoods in Southern ‪Damascus‬ were reportedly hotbeds for intense gunfire exchanges. Finoshina reported that because of the fierce clashes, the roads leading to these areas were closed. Later it became known that clashes were underway in four densely populated areas of Southern Damascus. No reports on casualties have been made so far.

Similar tactics were used last year by the rebels in the Libyan capital Tripoli. Despite fully being controlled by Muammar Gaddafi’s forces, militants infiltrated the city with their arms and one day, after receiving a signal, launched a simultaneous armed attack, killing police officers and army servicemen.

A source close to the Syrian government informed Finoshina that the militants appeared in the Palestinian refugee camps in order to destabilize them but did not find support among the camps’ residents. Palestinians reportedly said that their camps are safe and sound “green zones.” Being guests in Syria, the refugees said they would prefer to stay away from the conflict.

George Jabour, President of the Syrian UN Association, believes it is unreasonable to draw parallels between the ongoing clashes in Damascus and last year’s siege of Tripoli, which paved way for the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.

“I think the situation is totally different,” Jabour told RT. “I think the Syrian authority is able to keep calm and security in Damascus. Perhaps what we have witnessed in some parts of Damascus are tiny encroachments on the security of the city.”

He noted that the opportunity for a peaceful resolution of the conflict was not yet lost.

“I suppose that with the help of Russia, with the help of Annan, with the help of the Geneva powers, there is an opportunity for a political solution that would lead to a reform in the politics of the government,” he said. “And this reform might lead to change. Why not have a political change peacefully?”

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Shame that the Syrian army were not able to prevent terrorists from coming into the capital. bad developments

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Fall of Assad in Damascus would be more dangerous for Turkiye then for anyone else .... any real turk  would not want such shit happening at his borders .... size 12 shoe should be put on erdoganian ass for falling in this trap and taking whole turk nation with him ...
Last Edit: July 17, 2012, 09:06:10 PM by Emirzaad

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I honestly think it is time for Iran to start firing the missiles. We do know the NATO's agenda concerning the Middle East, so why do we have to wait until the time is right for them. We have to surprise them and the time is now. They need to be stopped now. We need to hit them hard with no mercy.

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Shame that the Syrian army were not able to prevent terrorists from coming into the capital. bad developments

They wait for things to get worse before they act..One wonders what their intelligence services have been doing all this while.. wearing nice leather jackets and shades???

The reason this sort of nonsense is easy to do in Arab countries is because Arabs are a very tribal society..One tribe's always trying to be the top dog and they don't mind dealing with their sworn enemy to achieve that..

Having said that, I still don't think the rebels will win..What happened in Damascus today is a last ditch desperate move after they suffered several defeats in the countryside..They're out-gunned and outnumbered..

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Eyes on Wednesdays UN vote (chapter 7) calling for increased sanctions possibly backed by military action. Russia and China expected to veto.


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A Russian veto is expected..After Clinton openly threatening Russia/China that they'll "Pay the price", does she's really expect them to play nice?

They will suffer another humiliation at the UN..What Russia/China are doing is not because of Syria but to put a stop to the trend that the West uses the UN for further their strategic agenda..After Libya, it won't happen anymore..If it's going to take 100 vetoes to achieve that, so be it!!

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from People's Daily - official newspaper of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China

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The political solution is the only way to resolve the issue of Syria. Some states still do not abandon their intention of changing Syrian regime by external forces. This is one of important reasons why the mediation of Special Envoy Kofi Annan is difficult to go on and the resolutions of the U.N. Security Council are hardly implemented.
The political life of Syrian leaders can only be decided by Syrian people. As long as the decision is unanimously reached in Syria, no matter what it is, the international community should pay full respect to it. Only by expressing the will of Syrian people, can the long-drawn-out conflicts be expected to come to an end as soon as possible and the vision of national reconciliation and peace rebuilding be guaranteed.
It is a universal question of principle, not only for Syria, who decides the regime of a state, the people of the state or the external force.
The issue of Libya is a warning. When some people praised the NATO who directly participated in the war of Libya as the great "contributor" to change the regime of Muammar Gaddafi, have they thought of numerous innocent lives taken away by the war and how Libyan people can cure their post-war trauma?
It is very easy for the most powerful military alliance to overthrow the regime of a small country by war. It sounds like the alliance has the strong sense of justice and responsibility to change a regime and stop the humanitarian disaster by force. However, can the unceasing terrorist attacks and bombings in the following 10 years after regime change not be regarded as humanitarian disasters? The wars launched in the 21st century have proved again and again that "pursuit of democracy" and "humanitarianism" are nothing but excuses for the powerful states to seek profits.
External forces should not intervene in the regime change of a state, which not only is responsible for the people of the state involved but also maintains the order of international community. Sovereign equality and non-interference in each other's internal affairs are basic principles of the U.N. Charter.

Following the basic principles of the U.N. Charter is respect to human wisdom and consolidation of U.N. authority. Not any international treaty empowers the leader of one country to decide when the leader of other countries can assume power or not. The best way of dealing with global affairs is by the United Nations, not wars launched by external forces.
China's consistent stance is to push forward the political settlement of the Syrian issue and promote regional stability of the Middle East by sticking to principles, which not only caters for the fundamental interests of Syrian people but also reflects China's high sense of responsibility to safeguard world peace as a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council.

http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90777/7879699.html

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As the fights entered Damascus now, the critical moment in this so called revolution arrived. If Assad cannot eliminate those rebels from Damascus in the next few days, we can then say that Assad is gone ...

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A bomb hit today a building of the National Security Agency in Damascus during a meeting between ministers and heads of security services ... Some high ranking officials seem to be in there

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Syrian defense minister assassinated...Things are going down...

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The Syrian  security establishment is infested with all kinds of kooks..How they allow such lax security at such level????

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Dawud Rajha, Syrian Defense minister killed, being bombed by his guard..... bullseye!!!!

assad last days are counting... near...and near.... :D

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It is definitely a blow to the Syrian Army... However this guy was put there just because he is a Christian ... and he failed tremendously in his job ... Its time to have a better one there

God is protecting Syria

Edit: Interior minister and head of National Security are badly injured .. toll will rise

Asef Shawkat is also killed
Last Edit: July 18, 2012, 10:56:53 AM by the8march

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Syria #syria #Syriantruth

Syrian Truth l Damascnus

Syrian TV Channel: Minister of Interior is in good health ad his condition is stable.

http://www.facebook.com/syrian.truth.e

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Beware of the "Psyop"..... the empire has been planning a coup by announcing massive defections and he fall of assad. It is hard to know what's really going on. Teh empire is not bcking any regime change but rather then end of Syria as a country, believe me there's a big difference.

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Syrian Truth l Statement of the Syrian Minister of Defense.

Syria is today more intent on fighting terrorism. This cowardly act will only make Syrians more adamant on cleansing the Syrian lands from these parasites.

http://www.facebook.com/syrian.truth.e

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They wait for things to get worse before they act..One wonders what their intelligence services have been doing all this while.. wearing nice leather jackets and shades???

The reason this sort of nonsense is easy to do in Arab countries is because Arabs are a very tribal society..One tribe's always trying to be the top dog and they don't mind dealing with their sworn enemy to achieve that..

Having said that, I still don't think the rebels will win..What happened in Damascus today is a last ditch desperate move after they suffered several defeats in the countryside..They're out-gunned and outnumbered..
Syrian defence minister assasinated today... it seems Syrian security agencies are not functioning at all
Honestly, before all this mess started i had high hopes in the Syrian government

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