Sovereign Syrian Land Stolen: We Won’t Have It!

The occupied Golan Heights:

 

Syria is still technically at war with Israel. The main cause being the illegal Zionist occupation of the Golan Heights after the Arab-Israeli wars in 1948, 1967 and 1973. This occupation is condemned by most countries worldwide yet the Zionist NDF soldiers are still stationed in the area. Over 1000 insurgents have received treatment at Israeli hospitals since June of 2011. Furthermore Israel has bombed military targets inside Syria four times during the conflict. And don’t forget that 20 UN Peace Observers were abducted by Zionist supported terrorists in the Golan. Here is a pictured of an injured FSA fighter wearing a stolen UN vest.

 

FSA fighter in UN vest
See the full video here:

If Israel was to hand over the Golan and grant Palestine an independent state – then we could discuss a peace treaty. If not, hopefully the eagles of the SAF will deliver a message to the Zionist settlers once all for all after the proxy war in Syria is over. Golan is Syrian land.

The stolen Liwa Iskanderoun (Hatay) province:

The legitimacy over this governorate remains disputed. History tells us that Iskenderoun was annexed by Turkey from Syria in 1938. But the referendum was phoney and rigged. The Turkish military dispelled the Alawites and Armenians and proceeded to import Turkish loyalist Sunnis from the Ottoman heartland for the election. There was even reported extensive fraud with the votes despite the change of demographics in favor of the Turks.

 

Stolen land

 

As of the 29th of November 1939 the province changed its name to Hatay. This is especially disgusting when considering that the attack on Kessab happened through the Iskenderun governorate with direct support from the Turkish military. The Turks even shot down a Syrian jet near the border yet within Syrian airspace. Maybe Syria should consider annexing the tomb of Suleyman Shah in retaliation.

 

Kurdistan within Syrian land?

Assad helped the PKK in their struggle against Turkey[1]. The President gave Syrian passports to the Kurds of Hasakah and largely granted autonomy to the Kurdish regions of Syria. And yet tensions have been on the rise between the Kurdish militia YPG (closely affiliated with PKK) and SAA. A document even emerged suggesting a possible alliance between FSA and YPG in the province of Aleppo as depicted below:

 

 Another picture shows a Kurdish militia tearing up votes a few days ago:

Kurds brah

Other reports mention skirmishes between government troops and Kurdish militias in Qamishli and Hasakah. The Kurds seem oblivious to what they are bringing upon themselves. Have they forgotten how the 2004 Qamishli riots were crushed? Do they really believe that they will have better chances of independence within a Wahhabi caliphate? The Kurds must come to their senses and act rationally and pragmatic. They should align themselves with government forces in the battle against ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra.

 

Syria shall remain united

With a rise in sectarian tensions some “experts” have suggested the establishment of states based on religious or tribal affiliation. Can you imagine Syria looking like this again?

I say no

 

I say no. We will never surrender sovereign Syrian land. Syria is Syria and shall remain as such.

 

 


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Sean in New York
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How about you put down the FSA, ISIL/ ISIS, al Nusra Front, and the scores of other insurgent/ rebel groups before you go picking a fight with Israel. Or better still, Assad would be wise to try to work something out with Israel, because Syria won’t be in any position to fight anybody for a generation. The performance of the Syrian military against rag-tag “rebel” groups armed without much high tech weaponry has been brave but not terribly impressive. Add to that, the fact that tens/hundreds of thousands of Syrian fighting-age males have died in the current conflict, and you… Read more »
Chris
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Note that I wrote AFTER the war is over. =) Cheers

Zyklon B
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Zionist cocksucker.

Saladin
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If Syria is so weak, as you claim, why hasn’t Israel attacked in force? The rat terrorists invading Syria are an Israeli proxy force and they are losing badly. The truth is that Israel fears Syria, especially in alignment with Hezbollah and Iran. The Syrian army is stronger than the paper tiger IDF. Israel specializes in murdering civilians, but they are no match for in-depth fighting machines like Syria and Hezbollah possess. The cowardly Israelis were badly defeated in south Lebanon in 2006. They think they can win through technology. It takes courage to win a war. Something the modern… Read more »
freeman
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Hezbollah is able to defeat Israhell. Israhell is very aware of their weakness that is why they are building a nuclear arsenal. In the plans of Zionist they know there future is unsustainable in case of war with Syria of Iran. SAA would be able to occupy ISrahell and arrest every knesset member within a year. Vice verca would be impossible.

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Right on Saladin! The Kosher Nostra bagel-munching devil worshippers from Kikestan would be scared to death to fight REAL soldiers such as those in the SAA or Hezbollah. They’re such cowards, in fact, that they have to pay people, as in Syria, to fight their dirty wars for them. They’ve created the myth of the “invincible Israeli armed forces”, but everyone with a minimum amount of military background knows that it’s just that: a myth. Israelis are vile pussies period!

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cause they had poisongas. But now it´s gone and Israel will get the chance to attack without any risk the next time. And you know that most of the politicians think they need a bigger Israel to survive in the middle east.
Or didn´t you realize that Israel wan´t to create a Al-Kaida state to get the rigt to steal more syrian land. If there´s no real government who should cry about more stolen Land? USA? Germoney? France? England?
Only Russia, China and Iran and all these countrys are the enemys of the USA today.

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Sean, I respect your point of view, but I believe you have a simplistic view of this rather complex conflict. Think of Syria invaded by all its borders with a fanatic enemy with unlimitted funds, weapons and support by the most powerful nations on this planet, all logistics cared for, recruting, weapons deals, training, medical care for the wounded and the list goes on. Besides that, thousands of Syrian military were convinced to change sides based on future power promises and millions of US$. The plan was well thought out, planned and executed without mercy and care for civilians, they… Read more »
freeman
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rag-tag rebel groups without much high tech??….. They are using Satelites, spy boats ( Germany, France ) and other high tech stuff and every western intellegence service is involved in Syria . The use of high-tech is the sole reason why they were able to advance in large parts of Syria in the first years ( luckily that period is over) There are special forces embedded within the ranks of the terrorist groups. And they are being led by experienced western intelligence officers. So i give you one advice Sean: if you don’t know what you are talking about you… Read more »
Edgar Poe
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What in the f*ck are you commenting about? Jew York, run off before you embarrass yourself even more.

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SharkKing71
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Wahabis/Salafis falling in love with a fat Zionist nurse………..*laughs hard enough*…………They are a HUGE shame in Islam xD

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An Open Letter to the Graduates of West Point: Refuting President Obama’s Lies, Omissions and Distortions http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/TPV3/Voices.php/2014/06/07/an-open-letter-to-the-graduates-of-west- Washington’s effort to broker an accord between Palestine and Israel is a shabby failure, characterized by Obama’s spineless capitulation to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s goal of grabbing more Palestinian land for new “Jews only” settlements – paid with American tax money. Obama’s craven pandering to the Jewish power configuration in Washington does little to bolster his claim to lead the world’s “greatest power”… Obama refers to fighting “terrorism” yet his policies have encouraged and promoted terrorism. Washington armed the Islamist terrorists who overthrew… Read more »
Canthama
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A shameful end for the once bright United States of America. When will Americans care for a real change in their country?

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Isaiah 17. How would you interpret this..??

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Syrian Army Destroys Militants’ Positions near Turkish Border

The army units destroyed the concentration centers of Ahrar Al-Sham militant group near the Syria-Turkey border, specially Baba Al-Hawa passage.

ian
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frigging idiot

SharkKing71
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PKK usually backstabbing the governments that support them against Turkey,The same case had happened in Iran about a decade ago and became labelled as a terrorists by Iran,they are a bunch of Backstabbing rats that are poorly equipped by now,plus not all Kurds support FSA,since FSA is now working with Islamists(that YPG in Northern Raqqa and Hasakah are in war with),I have Kurdish friends from South Kurdistan/North Iraq that supports Bashar al Assad almighty SAA along with some YPG units,the only reason why YPG in Aleppo supports FSA is that they never made war against al-Nusra(since most of these rats… Read more »
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Re-opening The Tunisian Embassy in Damascus! 😉 Tunisia: Office to Open, Shortly, in Syria to Manage Tunisian Expatriates’ Affairs http://allafrica.com/stories/201406080054.html Tunis, — Tunisia decided to open, shortly, an office in Syria, whose mission is to present administrative and social services to the Tunisian expatriates in Syria, Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Mokhtar Chaouachi said, Saturday, to TAP news agency. After having co-ordinated with the Syrian authorities, the Ministry started the procedures for the opening of this office, he specified. Chaouachi voiced hope to start, shortly, to provide the necessary services to the Tunisian community in Syria, as well as the Tunisian inmates… Read more »
Anonymous
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They say a picture is worth a thousand words!

NATO’s Death Squads recruiting and training child soldiers in Syria!

http://albawabacdn.albawabamiddleea.netdna-cdn.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/article_headline_node_big//sites/default/files/im/syria-women-qaeda-650_416.jpg

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Thanks for your contribution anon. However, as a true sceptic, I did some research and found that: 1) ‘albawabacdn’ (Arabic for “the portal” or “the gate”) is whore news, blogging and media website headquartered in Amman, Jordan with an office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates! 2) This picture is very old and first appeared last year and was first posted on the reputable site Syria 360 [‘FSA RECRUIT CHILD SOLDIERS. Posted on February 6, 2013 by Alexandra Valiente. This file photo shows a teenager recruited by the militants in Syria to fight ..’] Best check your sources before posting because… Read more »
Anonymous
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Syria Army Kills Major Terror Master in Aleppo http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930318000844 Redwan Tamru, one of the leading commanders of a terrorist group known as “Leva’el-Towhid”, was killed in a major battle with Syrian army units in Aleppo suburbs, Al-Alam reported. The development comes as intense battles also continue between Syrian armed forces and foreign-backed insurgents in Daraa countryside in Al-Lutf village near al-Lajat region. Further in the outskirts of capital Damascus, the report adds, dozens of foreign-backed insurgents perished during battles with government troops in Khan-al-Sheikh, Daria and Zakiya regions. Syrian army units also targeted insurgent staging grounds in al-Qusoor and al-Mazara’a… Read more »
Ozsceptic
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Great news indeed anon! Also news coming through about prisoners. “Syrian authorities have transferred 480 inmates in its Adra Prison, on the north-east outskirts of the Syrian capital of Damascus, to the country’s capital in a bid to pave the way for their eventual release. On Thursday, Syrian government also released 320 prisoners from the Aleppo Central Prison.”
– See more at: http://en.alalam.ir/news/1600745#sthash.xqbKdzHE.dpuf
Personally, I have my doubts on all this. Why release terrorists just because they promise to be good? Anyone else care to comment?

Anonymous
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Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again 😀

http://www.aawsat.net/2014/06/article55333015

Ozsceptic
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Before any more readers give this ‘anonymous’ another thumbs up, better check out what else his quoted source (aawsat) said, and I quote: “During the eras of Hafez Al-Assad and Bashar Al-Assad, the Syrian Army was nothing more than a presidential guard. They lost all their battles with Israel, including the October War of 1973. The Syrian military also lost while confronting the Israelis in Lebanon, ultimately becoming a force of occupation. The Syrian military has suppressed the majority of the Syrian people over the past 40 years. President Sisi will bolster support for Egypt’s closest allies, such as Saudi… Read more »
Anonymous
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The Tide is Turning!

Syrian Special Units eliminated terrorist commander “Abu Owaid” on his return from Raqqa

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2014/06/08/syrian-special-units-eliminated-terrorist-commander-abu-owaid-on-his-return-from-raqqa/

A special Task Force Unit from the Syrian Arab Army has eliminated the Terrorist Commander “Iyad Al-Awad” a.k.a “Abu Owaid” along with his driver, in an Operation carried out by our Troops who were waiting for his return from “Al-Raqqah”, on his way to a Village near “Mansoura” ..

The Terrorist was also the official Commander for the Military wing of “Daash” Terrorist Organization in the region.

TheWatcher
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Hi Ziad,

i know its off topic but do you think there is a connection between Jesuit priests and the rebel/terrorists? I mean in Homs City rebel/terrorists surrendered after the murder of a Jesuit and there is/was also one in ar-Raqqah which also is a stronghold of the rebel/terrorists.

cheers
J

chabraque
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The jesuist priest in Homs was assisting some families in the most difficult moments in Homs, probably persons he knew well, and he didn’t want to leave them alone. Especially when there are wahabi-conscripts, apprentice beheaders and other cannibals around. He was not supporting them because they shot him.
May God protect all the martyrs of this war.

Anonymous
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No wonder those sub-animals very low IQ is deteriorating fast!

Forget about eating crow. These Zombies are literally eating DONKEY!

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2014/06/08/video-terrorists-in-syria-eating-donkey/

After all you are what you eat! Right?! 😀

Anonymous
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Heard news about a rebels forces battling in Deraa front with tanks and artillery, is that true?

SharkKing71
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Don’t worry they don’t even know on how to use a rifle,since most of the rebels are made up of former civilians,the experienced soldiers who left SAA and joined FSA 3 years ago should be already dead by now.Thus making the rebels being majorly made up of inexperienced civilians and terrorists from neighboring countries including Checen,They don’t know on how they use a Tank.

Watch these videos and laugh as hard as you can.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XtBZ5SuaP_g
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=i-S_21ERAQw

They are just a bunch of newbies in a stolen tank lol.

Jovi
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What if Hisbollah moves into the Golan.

CHEVI789
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Maybe some who will disobey Nasrallah and just want to go and kill IDF.

SharkKing71
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I’m a Twelver Shi’ite Muslim thus I know Nasrollah and Hezbollah well,Hezbollah is actually going on defensive in defending Shi’a Muslims and Shrines in the Levenant from Takfiris and Lebanon from the Occupying Zionist in Occupied Palestine.Once the time is right,they’ll Invade North Palestine(“Israeli Arabs” which are majorly Druze and former Palestinians but abandoned their nationality to avoid from being attacked by Zionists,Hezbollah along with the Invading countries will be welcomed there).Zionists are more in Number in West Jerasulem,Tel Aviv…The only thing that makes Israel a Middle Power is it’s Air Force….wipe that out and it’ll be the end of… Read more »
Paul S.
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You have a healthy fantasy life.

Anonymous
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It’s actually not as hard as people think i hate to say, but i cannot say it on here, but i have informed the right people. So Paul i say to you that you might think the IAF is invincible but we will see in the not to distant future, you couldn’t even subdue Hezbollah in 2006 and they had no airforce.

Paul S.
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Firstly, I think you’re misrepresenting me. I’m by no means pro-Israel. I’m simply realistic in not believing that Hezbollah has now or ever will have the capacity to actually perform a full-scale invasion of Israeli held territory. Hezbollah did well in 2006, partly I believe due to an misunderestimation on the part of the Israelis. They won’t make the same mistake a second time.

Anonymous
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The results of a steady diet rich in donkey meat! 😀

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=af6_1402223714

Canthama
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I enjoyed this video, very well done and a fair summary of the Syrian struggle.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8d9_1402235085

Victor
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Ziad needs to get back quickly.

Victor
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Islamic Invitation Turkey reports today heavy fighting between ISIL and Al Nursla in Eastern Syria. Many casualties. Also, SAA successes on Turkish front. Some solid good news.

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So, Chris, what you are saying is that Syria is for the Syrians You might ask President Assad how he was able to develop trade relations with an occupier like Turkey? How he was able to build the Friendship Dam on the “border” of Liwa Iskenderun and Idlib? How was he able to sign an agreement to avoid double taxation that recognized Syria’s current borders? Furthermore, your list is incomplete. If you look at the Baath emblem, the northern border of Syria / the Arab nation is the Taurus mountain range. In 1920, the border was further north, then in… Read more »
Joene
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Splitting Syria into smaller states is exactly what the zionists wants. Weaker and smaller enemies that are easily controlled.

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