SECOND POST – NOVEMBER 12, 2013 – FOREIGN RATS KILLED IN LATAKIA; RODENTS BOMB VILLAGES NEAR AL-HAFFA

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Souri Homsi
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There is a big surprise waiting for the Americans, Jordanians and the FSA here. I can’t reveal it, yet. More fertilizer? We can always use more. Ziad

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Hello and Good Evening,
quote:
enlist-new-fighters-at-massive-desert-refugee-camp-in-jordan..

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laughable,
das letzte Aufgebot..
before the last is enlisted, the first are already running
over – up up and away, ha ha ha..
Three times short laughing burst
about such war prop whistling out
of the last hole .

After emptying prisons, mad-houses and self-styled Rambo fanatic cohorts
glory propaganda rigmarole is intended to cover the Syrian grave for
the ZOG-sponsored invasion defeat with all their organized Zombie brute.

Bernhard

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Dear Ziad,

I would like to know what you think the final settlement with the Kurds will look like?
Will Assad allow autonomy? Or will he try to enforce the old Arabist ideology and do all the childish stuff like banning Kurdish publications?

Also, why are Kurds so repressed when Armenians can operate their own schools and have Armenian language storefronts and such.

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Historically, the Armenians posed no threat to the sovereignty of the republic. The Kurds, who are an indigenous people, have constantly sought to separate themselves. I think that anyone who supports Palestinian statehood risks hypocrisy if he opposes Kurdish aspirations to statehood. In general, opposition to Kurdish independence and liberation should be reviewed by the Ba’ath Party. The Turks are hopeless. Ziad

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Because us Armenians have always benefited any country we have settled in.

Michael Vartanian

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Yes, but is seems a bit surprising to me.

Armenians in Syria are certainly not a well assimilated group. They retain their own culture, language and they are very much aware of their heritage. Yet they are also patriotic citizens of Syria, very active in the military and such.

The government seems to be totally OK with this.

But Kurds cannot even publish a newspaper in their own language.

Strange double standards.

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Its never too late to change an error.

Kurds (like any other group) should enjoy as much freedom and sovereignty as possible. I hope Assad and the Baath party will learn and i think there is a great future ahead for all Syrians.
Another great task are the very poor parts of society. They must see a chance for their future and this could be done in the process of rebuilding your country.

But first the terrorists have to be dealed with 😉

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I agree, i am Syrian and i think Assad should allow the kurds the same entitlements as the Armenians, after all it could work in Syrias favour.

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Some my cousins hare half Armenian.

IPA35
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Good to hear Syrians agreeing. I always knew you people were more level-headed than your northern neighbours.

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While driving today I was listening to NPR radio. I am remote and limited on reception so I have no choice but this propaganda outlet for any kind of story. Repeated a peice several times on how the Kurds do not wish to be alienated from greater Syria but wish to be part of the democratic state. Though they will take up the responsibility of governing the area until the hostilities have ended.

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Anonymous November 12, 2013 at 3:57 PM That’s interesting, since every NPR report that mentioned Syria that I’ve heard was virulent zionazi propaganda, though I’ve not heard many since I don’t regularly listen to them. My own opinion is that the Kurds have been used by the west the same way they used many local cultural groups in S.E. Asia during their overt war of aggression against Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, and covert war against the whole region. The peoples that were duped/corrupted into becoming mercs for Israel-America were used up as expendable tools by the west in a very… Read more »
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@IPA35, i Agree because they are human beings, but you also have to be careful for security reasons, Kurds should be able to become citizens of Syria, and personally should control their region with the Syrian government having the final say, let them talk and teach in their own language, if i was the Syrian president i would actually let them have their own territory, that is create their own country with Syria being the first to recognise and trade with them.

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^I agree with the former ofcourse. But I do not support Kurdish independence. They are indeed easily influenced by the zionists, we see that in Iraq. The zionists are very smart, they turn to oppressed groups and give them aid so they become loyal to them. This has happened with the Kurds, this has happened with the Druze in Palestine and they are trying to do it with the Druze in Syria too. Just like how they have worked on good relations with Iranian refugees who do not agree with Iran’s oppressive policies. They are the masters of divide and… Read more »
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This is a tape of an ambush that took place near Tafass some time ago. One of the carcasses appears to have been incinerated with either a flare or a phosphorous hand grenade. It means that some of these were foreigners. These kinds of rodents can expect no mercy. We cannot judge this scene without seeing more. I do not believe the narrator that there were executions until evidence is adduced of a more substantial kind. Ziad

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Hello Ziad
I will try to provoke and puzzle you today.As i have told in one of my previous posts in here,there is only on place in Syria,for which i can have opinion.Aleppo.This is because of a couple of friends.Well they told me that something strange is going on in there.When i say in there,i mean in the city.In center.Many many moves.Their relatives cant tell them many things because there is a feeling,there are shootings here and there,but nothing specific.So is there any action inside the city,except of what is going on around?

Regards from Athens

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Hello and Good Evening,

maybe time of reckoning is coming felt..

First time vids from terries last supper are shown..
Short process to the rest of the pest …
from today Alep
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c06_1384281745

With heartly greetings from all the innocent
dead victims ripped off of their heart from those inhuman
blasphemic satanic BEAST’s
pretending to fight for God.

Bernhard

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The invasion has started. What movements are taking place inside the city would be a military secret or something puzzling, as you say. I can tell you that thousands of rats are about to die in Aleppo. Ziad

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Hi Ziad.

When do you think Salma will be taken. Its been in rat hands for a while now, and taking that town would mean another strategic blow to the terrorist scum.

Any idea?

Kind regards

Joene-nl

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You are not following the news. Salma was deloused weeks ago with rodents now sniping in the orchards along the north side closest to Turkey. Even Hallooz has been liberated. The problem is that the towns have been destroyed and the population will not return for some time. Ziad

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Ziad.. I sent in your article the other day to Brandon Tuberville of Activist post .. . Here is the link

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/11/kidnapped-syrian-girls-used-as-sex.html

Fadi`

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Great ditto. Ziad

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ziad. the syrian kurds are claiming independence. will that be accepted by the syrian government? is it a good or bad thing? surely the country breaking up is just what the imperial powers want. a country in pieces is weak and vunerable to internal collapse

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The Kurds will never be really Independent even if Assad accepted to give their ancient lands Syrian side to them. Kurds orginal zones in Syria are small in comparison to the zones they claim to be theirs in IRAN and IRAQ.. Point being “Independence” is a very silly and greatly miss-used term ,that in real practice is rarely correct. For example South Ossetia was given independence by Russia.. and they celebrated it.. they are a tiny zone inside Georgia.. but the question is.. can they really be “Independent”? by having so tiny place surrounded by a powerful enemy who wants… Read more »
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very informative thanks for the help

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So folks ,Kurdish are totally Disconnected from reality . And the Independence they want will never happen.If they given as a gift their ancient lands that most of its ancient territory is inside Turkey ,but also Iran ,Iraq and Syria.. (yeah right wishful thinking) , then also others Factions will say Me too.. and in the end you will end with 10x times more countries in the middle east that exist today. and with a Palstinian-Gaza-israel like conflict but in the entire middle east . Do not fall for the independence thing , Not always is positive thing ,specially in… Read more »
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The Kurds are very divided on this issue and there are already denunciations of this declaration. In any case, they are declaring autonomy at a time when our central government is unable to provide the kind of security to which they were accustomed at another time. The Syrian government will oppose the creation of a separate Kurdish state on Syrian soil although the issue of autonomy is on the table. Ziad

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Barzeh, Damascus operation looks almost completed, this is a pretty good update imo

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=cd8_1384293422

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I have been reporting about in Barza and Al-Qaaboon for weeks. The big push seems to be coming. Ziad

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Former rebels help SAA in fight…

edward dark ‏@edwardedark 10 Nov
SOHR: regime take 80th division near Aleppo airport, SIGNIFICANTLY former rebels help regime forces in fight https://www.facebook.com/syriaohr/posts/447474148694262 … #Syria

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We welcome all contrite opponents except for army deserters. Ziad

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Drones over Damascus :

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Everybody seems to have drones these days. Syria uses Iranian-manufactured drones to spy on the rats. Thanks to the U.S., Iran has been able to reverse engineer American drones and use them effectively against our rodents. Ziad

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Savages actually targeted this link to humanity’s beginnings for no reason comprehensible to any rational being. Not quite. Humanity is trillions of year old. Note the massive round stone object in the photo, maybe hewn from granite tens of thousands of years ago, with tech we don’t have even today. This has been shown in some of the massive, smoothly ‘machined’ pieces around the Giza Pyramids, those pyramids over 70,000 years old. (The weathering around the Sphinx shows a minmum of 10,000 years according to Dr. Schock). Open The Pleiadian Mission by US psychologist Randolph Winters, and google his uTubes… Read more »
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Huh?

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This blog has sure been attracting some weirdos lately. I guess everybody likes to join the winning side. XD

Welcome, weirdos, please do regale us with your batshit theories on Alien built pyramids and Anti-Christ Obama’s. At least its more believable than FSA propaganda.

Ruadhri

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Dear Ruadhri,Thomas is a thinking man who doesn’t buy into the phony history, anthropology and archaeology that have been passed of as fact by the zionist run educational and media system. You can only get ahead in the above fields if you tow the line and anyone who doesn’t is shut down financially and is called a “weirdo”, and I speak from personal experience. Please don’t regale us with your zionist-inspired mis-information gleaned from the cess-pool of so-called western education. So you really think that slaves dragged 50 ton rocks up the pyramid using ropes and pulleys! If you don’t… Read more »
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Very interesting, but, I think you get my message about the rat attack on a site as priceless as Ugarit. Ziad

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George is right, I have read many books and investigated the matter myself, I also have a degree in history. the western histories is dominated by Zionist lead theories, the rest was dominated by biblical interpretations claiming that the world is 4000 years old. anyone who disagrees with this is as George said is called a weirdo. the fact is that the civilization is millions of years old, in Michael cremo’s book you can find a lot of interesting facts which are irrefutable and unquestionable. another fact is that history has been falsified in favor of the bible and Zionisim… Read more »
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I sad tale all because my country Amerika sees No Reason to try and get along with the peoples of the world.

http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/organ-trade-thrives-among-desperate-syrian-refugees-in-lebanon-a-933228.html

Ruadhri Thanks LOL at your comment

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Horrific and troubling. I don’t know what to say. Thanks, Ziad

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Hi Ziad, some info on the ‘Rebel Cabinet’ for Syria.

Apparently some Dutch educated guy called Ebrahim Miro (35) from Amsterdam, who worked for the Dutch central bank, is to become the Finance Minister when the Jihadi Filth comes to power in Syria.

I am deeply ashamed that such a traitor has been educated here in The Netherlands. I hope that this Miro gets shot and killed the very second he sets foot on Syrian soil!!!

Bless the SAA!!

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He worked since 2008 for the Dutch bank. Apperently he’s been groomed for the job in Syria after Assad. A Rothschild style Central Bank was the plan, just as in Libya.

Greetings from The Netherlands.
God bless the SAA

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Greetings back to all our Dutch friends. This Miro character will be lucky if he is remembered by his own mother. I am writing up a satire on this new government. He is a nobody. Ziad

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I think every needs to see this .. one of the most fascinating story of the life the Son of the Funder of the Hamas Terrorist organization that operates in Gaza -Palestinian territories. He became an spy of israel Mossad agency in order to spy for Hamas ..but ended working against Hamas organization and its own family. Then left the middle east and migrated to America. He still support the Palestinians Rights for their Lands and peaceful solution to the conflict but do not agree with neither Hamas terrorist organization and neither agree by Israel illegal Occupation and brutal violence… Read more »
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I know of this man and his role in Gaza. I am going to watch all the segments tonight. It is a must-see for all our readers. Ziad

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Fat refugee from Jisr al-Shughour

Look!
Hafez al-Assad announced his defection from the damned army.


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This idiot is probably a landed immigrant in Canada by now. For all of his bluster, he does resemble a young Hafez Al-Assad. Of course, he’s from a neighboring town. Pure hilarity. Ziad

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*looks at date from video* : 28-03-2012

Err…time to dust off the time machine…?

Kind regards, Dutchie

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Assad’s forces capture south Damascus suburb AMMAN, Nov 13 (Reuters) – Forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad captured a suburb of Damascus on Wednesday, part of a broader advance that has brought him major gains south of the capital before proposed international peace talks, activists said. The fall of the rebel-held town of Hujaira, next to a Shi’ite shrine where pro-Assad militia from Iraq, Iran and Lebanon are based, occurred after loyalist forces overran a series of Sunni Muslim suburbs in the area in recent weeks defended by Islamist rebels who include al Qaeda-linked foreign jihadists. Activist Rami al-Sayyed said… Read more »
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Bless you. It’s all in todays post. Ziad