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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
4 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
5 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.
5 hours agoNuffSilence: When you call it "crisis", I"m less inclined to listen to your "proposal" to solve it. #Syria
6 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: April 30, 2012
There is a limit to the patience of the international community with the Assad regime in Syria, Foreign Secretary William Hague has warned. However, the attitude of the Russians and Chinese remains a “constraint” on what can be done, he … Continue reading
President Barack Obama has announced new sanctions against individuals and entities that use information and communications technologies to facilitate the Syrian and Iranian regimes’ commission of grave human rights abuses against their people: “These technologies should be in place to … Continue reading
Video from Damascus that shows Assad forces in plain clothes in Midan wielding swords and weapons and terrorizing funeral mourners. April 29, 2012.
Syrian army forces shelled Syrian refugees camp Oncupinar inside Turkey, the opposition Revolutionary Council reported on Monday, as U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon condemned “terrorist bomb attacks” in the Syrian cities of Damascus and Idlib. Turkey has not commented on the … Continue reading
While Americans have had 8 different presidents in the last 40+ yrs, the Syrian people have been forced to suffer under one family – the Assads. Source: @Twitpic
Moussa al-Kurdi, a physician and the chairman of the Arab Institute for Clinical Excellence, told Al-Jazeera on April 1 about two young girls he says are pregnant from rape. He said he received the report of rape via Skype “three … Continue reading
A child is targeted by Assad snipers in the town of Dael in Daraa on April 29, 2012. The man in the video says that it’s no longer enough for Assad forces to shoot at men, now they have to … Continue reading
Twin blasts targeting security buildings killed more than 20 people in the northwest Syrian city of Idlib yesterday, a monitoring group said. The violence, a day after the arrival of the chief of a UN monitoring mission, was sure to … Continue reading
By: Adil E. Shamoo Progressives must seriously consider intervention in Syria despite our misgivings. Such an intervention, however, need not impose hegemony on Syria. Unfortunately, so far no one advocating intervention has pledged to abide by fundamental moral principles of … Continue reading
By: Jennifer Rubin Paul Wolfowitz writes: “American policy on Syria today seems paralyzed by the understandable fear of getting into another war like those in Afghanistan or Iraq. But no one, least of all the Syrian people, wants to see … Continue reading