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Tweet BlenderNuffSilence: Who said Russia Today is not a bunch of Putin propagandists motherfuckers? http://t.co/V1xIniy8ET #Syria
8 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.
8 hours agoNuffSilence: Khatib is irrelevant, and will remain irrelevant, if his initiative is not supported by the international community. #Syria
8 hours agoNuffSilence: From Istanbul meeting "@hashemahel: The opposition to go to Geneva with its new initiative as the sole basis for a political settlement"
9 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
9 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.
9 hours agoNuffSilence: When you call it "crisis", I"m less inclined to listen to your "proposal" to solve it. #Syria
10 hours agoNuffSilence: Allegedly, these are 125 Assad soldiers who defected in Aleppo recently http://t.co/7SAXOogiUo #Syria
10 hours agoarkmaii: #disinformazione #Siria "@Ugariti_Homsi: This is #Syria.. blood, destruction and hope! Via @hibasarraj http://t.co/axJwY3IuY5"
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Tag Archives: Army
The Syrian army Monday slammed Human Rights Watch allegations that in recent days it has begun widespread attacks using Russian-made, banned cluster bombs. “The Syrian army does not possess this kind of bomb,” the army said in a statement. “Such … Continue reading
DAMASCUS, Syria – A suicide car bomb rocked the Kurdish city of on Sunday, state television said, in the first such attack in Syria’s Kurdish region, which has kept out of the conflict between rebels and the regime. Government forces … Continue reading
ISTANBUL, Turkey – Turkey has deployed a large number of military vehicles to the Syrian border, daily Milliyet reported. The shipment included 15 armored tanks, in addition to long-distance guns and other military vehicles. The convoy was heavily guarded as … Continue reading
By: Khaled Yacoub Oweis AMMAN – Syria’s army battled rebels and shelled neighbourhoods in Deir al-Zor on Saturday, killing at least 28 people in the eastern city in an oil-producing region close to the border with Iraq, opposition activists said. The … Continue reading
By: Olga Khazan A Syrian fighter pilot, Col. Hassan Hammadeh, “removed his air force tag and kneeled on the tarmac in prayer after landing his plane at King Hussein Air Base in Jordan” on Thursday, the AP reported: The Post’s Liz Sly … Continue reading
Severe clashes were reported at the Damascus neighborhood of al-Abbaseen overnight between the Syrian government forces and the Free Syrian Army (FSA), Al Arabiya reported on Monday citing the Syrian Media Center. As many as 21 people have been killed … Continue reading
By: Donna Abu-Nasr and Nicole Gaouette United Nations monitors said they were blocked by Syria’s army as they sought to reach a village in Hama province to verify reports of a massacre in which the opposition says at least 78 … Continue reading
By: Nazih Siddiq TRIPOLI, Lebanon – Lebanese troops deployed in the city of Tripoli on Sunday after 15 people were killed in clashes between supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, local medics said, the deadliest fighting in Lebanon … Continue reading
By: Eman El-Shenawi Syrian authorities deported Palestinian writer Salameh Kaileh this week to Jordan after three weeks of detention and relentless torture and taunting over his anti-regime writings, the prominent writer told Al Arabiya late Wednesday. Security forces had stormed … Continue reading
By: Michael Young The tendency among many Lebanese today is to deride the Independence Intifada of 2005. This is a result of the high expectations unleashed, then dashed by Lebanon’s factionalism and sectarianism. Yet we should ask, in light of … Continue reading