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2 hours agoNuffSilence: According to idiot @fadisalem the only reason Syrian revolution did not go the path of Yemeni revolution is because Syrians picked up arms.
2 hours agoNuffSilence: Zionist Al Qaeda Nato terrorists in Daraa singing and having good time under shelling http://t.co/p7V1zaZpnJ #Syria
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Daily Archives: January 30, 2012
By: AbdulRahman Al-Rasheed In a previous article, I wrote about how the Arab League plan would soon turn into an airbag to protect the Syrian regime, at a time when the League alleges that it is smoothly strangling the regime. … Continue reading
UNITED NATIONS (AFP) – Nations on the UN Security Council braced for a showdown over Syria, with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leading a Western charge to press Russia to back action to stop the violence. Amid dozens of … Continue reading
CNN’s Arwa Damon gets caught up in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse in the streets of Damascus, Syria.
By: Amir Taheri Has the time come for the fat lady to sing in Syria? As carnage continues across that nation, the question is making the rounds in Arab capitals and at the United Nations in New York. The lady … Continue reading
Soldiers loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have reportedly beaten back some rebels advancing on the capital. But fierce street fighting continues on the doorstep of Damascus. Clashes near the airport are also being talked about. But with journalists’ access … Continue reading
By: Ayman Mohyeldin With fighting now encroaching the suburbs of the Syrian capital, the conflict is entering into a new dimension for the first time in nearly 10 months. The Syrian military has regained control of the Damascus suburbs after … Continue reading
Kataeb (Phalange) Party leader Amin Gemayel said Monday that he has received new information on the fate of party official Boutros Khawand, who has been missing for almost 20 years, through ongoing contact with Syrian National Council President Burhan Ghalioun. … Continue reading
Syrian forces loyal to Bashar al-Assad were mounting a desperate counter-offensive last night as they battled army defectors who had gained control of suburbs around Damascus, just five miles from the presidential palace. With Syria’s 10-month uprising inching closer to … Continue reading
A live baby boy is found under rubble in Bab Amro, a district of Homs. There is blood under his eye and his face and clothes are covered in white powder from the collapsed building.
By: Martin Chulov Syrian forces remain heavily deployed in parts of Damascus that were controlled by rebel forces over the weekend after launching a counterattack to reinforce the increasingly vulnerable capital. Opposition groups, spearheaded by the irregular forces of the … Continue reading