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Tweet BlenderNuffSilence: Who said Russia Today is not a bunch of Putin propagandists motherfuckers? http://t.co/V1xIniy8ET #Syria
4 hours agoNuffSilence: Vicious circle:Assad will only step down if he felt solid western push to oust him,& that push won't come until pol solution is exhausted.
4 hours agoNuffSilence: Khatib is irrelevant, and will remain irrelevant, if his initiative is not supported by the international community. #Syria
5 hours agoNuffSilence: From Istanbul meeting "@hashemahel: The opposition to go to Geneva with its new initiative as the sole basis for a political settlement"
5 hours agoNuffSilence: Regime won't accept a single line of Khatib initiative. It should be MADE to accept it. This is where international community should step in
6 hours agoNuffSilence: Easy to mock Mouaz Khatib initiative. But let it be known this is the best regime will get. There will be no concessions on a single point.
6 hours agoNuffSilence: When you call it "crisis", I"m less inclined to listen to your "proposal" to solve it. #Syria
7 hours agoNuffSilence: Allegedly, these are 125 Assad soldiers who defected in Aleppo recently http://t.co/7SAXOogiUo #Syria
7 hours agoarkmaii: #disinformazione #Siria "@Ugariti_Homsi: This is #Syria.. blood, destruction and hope! Via @hibasarraj http://t.co/axJwY3IuY5"
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Daily Archives: January 2, 2012
By Alexandra Zavis and Amro Hassan Syria’s government has taken steps to comply with a regional initiative to end months of bloodshed, including pulling tanks out of cities and releasing nearly 3,500 detainees, the head of the Arab League said … Continue reading
By: Matt Bradley and Nour Malas The Arab League conceded that outside observers have failed to halt the lethal violence in Syria’s 10-month civil conflict, exposing pitfalls of the organization’s self-reinvention as a regional diplomatic playmaker. Nabil Al Arabi, the … Continue reading
By: Dominic Evans The head of the Arab League has said its peace monitors are helping to ease a violent crackdown on anti-government protests in Syria, but urged President Bashar al-Assad’s government to carry out a peace plan in full. … Continue reading
A young child in Moademiya, a Damascus suburb, talks about being detained by Assad security forces to an Arab League observer. He says that the security forces chased him in their car, threw him inside, and beat him up. He … Continue reading
By: Alexandra Zavis and Amro Hassan BEIRUT AND CAIRO — Syria’s government has taken steps to comply with a regional initiative to end months of bloodshed, including pulling tanks out of cities and releasing nearly 3,500 detainees, the head of … Continue reading
Amateur video from Syria purportedly shows large crowds in several cities calling on Arab League monitors to help end the violence. Deborah Lutterbeck report.
By: Ammar Abdulhamid The New Year begins with more protests, and more crackdowns, including the killing of a child. Sunday 1, 2012 Today’s death toll: 10. The Breakdown: 4 in the town of Qseir in Homs Province, 1 in the … Continue reading
After the Arab League statement calling on the Syrian government to remove military and security forces from all cities, Assad responded by deploying troops throughout the cities of Syria. This video captures Armed gangs (Shabeeha) and forces being depoyed in … Continue reading
Press Release: the Battalion Allah Akbar of the Free Syrian Army in the City of Al-Bokamal
Activists piled pressure on Arab monitors yesterday to do more to prevent Syrian forces from pursuing their brutal crackdown against pro-democracy protesters, amid fresh criticism of the observer mission. The Arab League insisted, however, it would not back down from … Continue reading