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Why Do I Defend Syria? (As a foreigner myself I advise you to check it. It was written by an Iraqi Scholar)

January 30, 2012

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Ghassan Wakeup : “This is an article that I read approximately 2 weeks ago written by an Iraqi scholar (Dr. Omar Thaher). I was very touched by this article and decided to translate it into English and did not get the chance to do this till now. Better late than never.” ————————————————— Why Do I […]

Presidency of Arab League Seeks to Bury Own Experts’ Report + Video of Arab League Observers’ Report on Syria – Cairo, January 23, 2012

January 28, 2012

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         Since the outbreak of the events that have cast a dark shadow over Syria, two interpretations stand in opposition to each other: for the West and their Gulf allies, the regime crushed the popular revolution in blood, while for Syria and its BRICS allies, the country is assailed by armed groups coming […]

Important Content in This “Letter of complaint sent by Syrians to the BBC team”

January 26, 2012

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  Letter of complaint sent by Syrians to the BBC team —————– —————– ——————- Dear BBC complaint team, On behalf of many Syrians, we call on you to launch a full investigation and establish the truth behind what so called “Syrian Observatory of Human Rights”, in the light of “Important Letter from the Syrian Observatory […]

Patriotism of the Syrian Arab National Army .VS. Puppets of the West and Oil Arab Princes aka “Free Army”

January 22, 2012

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Patriotism= devotion to one’s own country and concern for its defence. That is exactly what the Syrian Arab Army has been doing: protecting citizens and their country at the risk of their own lives. However, recently I noticed that some were trying to make the Syrian National Arab Army look like mere batallions and define […]

Terrorist Groups Targetting Syria -Part 1: the Farouq Batallion

January 20, 2012

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If you look up the word “terrorist”, you’ll find that there is no exact definition. However, there is a certain consensus on what it means: an act that threatens the life of other human beings for the sake of achieving a specific purpose. Since 1994, the United Nations General Assembly has condemned terrorist acts using […]

Patrick Cockburn: “Compared to Syria, the fall of Libya was a piece of cake”

January 20, 2012

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>>>>>>Article written on November 20, 2011. World View: Gaddafi’s removal affected only one country. If the Assad regime is ousted, the reverberations will be felt across the Middle East for decades to come President Bashar al-Assad’s enemies are closing in for the kill. The Arab League is suspending Syria, and Turkey, once a close ally, […]

Yemen’s counter-terror chief hands town to al Qaeda: opposition

January 20, 2012

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January 20, 2011 Hundreds of “militants” waltzed into Raada, a town a few hundred miles from Yemen’s capital, and took over several government buildings, emptied the jail and assumed positions at the base of the elite Republican Guard, headed by President Saleh’s son, Ahmed, the point man for the US on counter-terror operations. The Yemeni […]