BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK: PALESTINIANS AT THEIR LAST CROSSROAD: EITHER COMMIT TO SYRIA AND THE BA’ATH OR GO THE WAY OF EXTINCTION

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ISIS HERETICS DEFILE THE FLAG OF PALESTINE  BEFORE THE CAMERAS IN THE AL-YARMOUK CAMP.  NO FLAG DESERVED MORE DEFILING THAN THIS ONE.

If any liberation movement resembled a financial shakedown it is the Palestinian Liberation Movement.  No matter what Palestinians say about themselves; the overly-ostentatious clamoring for unearned respect because, as they say, they have the highest per-capita educational level in the world and the most notable achievements in self-victimization of anyone from Native Americans, Armenians, Jews to Crimean Tatars.  Even the title, Al-Fatah, discloses the misguided journey of a people from the loftiest pinnacle of entitlement all the way to the bathos of self-immolation in a tragedy from the Grand Guignol ; for, as you shall see, Al-Fatah is derived from an acronym so moribund it reeks of death – why it’s almost as though the name was invented by a Zionist commissioned by some Saudi who fancied himself a descendant of the Khaybar Jews of Arabia.   Here’s how it works:

Al-Fatah or in Arabic, الفتح, is derived from Harakat Al-Tahreer Al-Watani Al-Filasteeni, (حركة التحرير الوطني الفلسطيني) which when rendered into an acronym becomes: HATF or حتف which means “death”. Not terribly encouraging for young volunteers from the numerous refugee camps dotting the arbitrary lines around historic Palestine.  Well, the clever Palestinians decided to rearrange the letters (metathesis) by flip-flopping them from “HATF” to “FATH (mutatis mutandis) which means either “conquest” or “opening” – much better although there is the unpleasant aftertaste of knowing what the true acronym really is and where this movement was going to take you.

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Some of the 2,000 Sunni Muslim Palestinians and Syrians evacuated from the Yarmouk Camp to safe, government-controlled areas of Al-Tadhaamun and Al-Zaahira.

From the very beginning of the tragedy, the Palestinian Liberation Movement was subsumed by the grander Arab Liberation Movement led by charismatic demagogues like Jamaal ‘Abdul-Naasser of Egypt and Houari Boumeddienne of Algeria until the bankruptcy of nationalism was laid bare in the debacle of June 1967 when the Palestinians realized there was no real hope of ever returning to their homeland, at a minimum, or liberating it completely, at a maximum.  The Arab World was too fragile; too riven by sectarianism;  too overburdened with social upheaval, Arabian cupidity, highfalutin’ ideologies with roots in early Marxism, Leninism, Trotskyism, Maoism and all the other effete Euro-derived obsessions with parlor chats, rap sessions and balderdash reserved for the billiards room at the American University in Beirut.   They decided to go it alone.  If the Arabs wanted to come along they were implored not to get in the way of this avenging dynamo.             

Since the horrific war of 1967 the Palestinians managed to acquire no new rights, benefits or lands.  To the contrary, their rights have been strangled by succeeding Zionist regimes led by such neo-Nazis as Yitzhak Shamir (born  Icchak Jeziernicky), Menahem Begin (born Mieczyslaw Biegun) and Benjamin Netanyahu (real name: Benjamin Mileikowski).  Their benefits have been clipped radically to include involuntary servitude, obsequiousness and the strange sensation of still being alive.  Their lands?  Well, let’s just remember the amazing shrinking candy bar.  It’s all that awful.  They have gone nowhere.

From the beginning, their leadership was feckless, rudderless and amoral.  When Yaasser ‘Arafaat, their iconic leader whose sartorial diversity hardly outmatched that of domesticated animals, said he permitted his aides to steal and accept bribes so that they would be satiated and loyal, he was telling the world that the Palestinian Revolution had transmogrified into some kind of Levantine version of the New York mafia; or even the Beirut airport customs bureau.  It got so bad in the Seventies that Al-Fatah and the PLO created the Qiyaadat Al-Kifaah Al-Musallah Al-Filasteeni, a form of Military Police whose job it was to monitor the transgressions of the rank-and-file.  As that turned out, there was nobody to monitor the monitor and corruption became even more prevalent in the Lebanon eventually leading to constant acrimony and, eventually, civil war.

Whether it was in Jordan, where the Palestinians were routed in September 1970 (Black September) by the Zionist/USA-supported Hashemite regime,  or in Lebanon, where their presence rankled the entrenched pro-Western Maronite oligarchies, or in Syria where, of late, they have become the target of Wahhabist fanatics, their’s is a life of incessant ruin, degradation and unabashed masochism.  Listening to their leaders today, Mahmoud ‘Abbaas, or to Saa`ibUrayqaat, whose only achievement to date was bedding Tzipi Livni, you’d think we should start opening the Veuve Clicquot bottles for a toast.  As it is, we’ll be lucky to open the bottles of Huis Clos.  They have reached their endgame.  Even at the latest abomination called a summit of the Arab League, they were hardly mentioned – they were relegated to third class status no different than where they are under the heel of the Zionist criminals.

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The Palestinians negotiated for a “special status” in Arab countries.  Where their camps were located remained off-limits to Arab “regimes”.  The Lebanese Army was always dickering with the camp officials to obtain some favor, some act of respect.  Whether it was at the ‘Ayn Al-Hilwa Camp in South Lebanon, or the Nahr Al-Baarid Camp in the north where the Lebanese Army laid siege to Shaakir Al-‘Absi’s murderous gangs– whether it was the Baq’ah Camp in Jordan, or whatever enclave they had managed to tuck away as a reminder of their dependence on the inept Arabs, they protected their “revolution” with a ferocity they rarely displayed against the biggest oppressor of them all.  You see, when the Zionist killer and his allies in Lebanon wanted to enter Sabra and Shatila Camps, they didn’t negotiate, at all.  They just went in and slaughtered more than 3,000 Palestinians.  But, you haven’t lived until you see Yaasser ‘Arafaat in Damascus shaking his head in a fake demonstration of revulsion with former Syrian Vice President, disgraced traitor and French catamite, ‘Abdul-Haleem Khaddaam, as they watched the television set displaying the bodies of Palestinian families murdered by Samir Geagea’s and Eli Hobeika’s drug-addled heroes with the Zionist officer, Amir Drori, smacking his lips in satisfactionUnforgettable.  I threw a right hook at the nearest wall breaking the plaster.  Arafaat just went on doing his business.

The Yarmouk Camp was first opened in 1958 and has become a suburb of Damascus.  Inside are mostly Palestinians and some Syrian families.  It is exclusively Sunni – why they wouldn’t have it any other way!  Whereas it was once ramshackle huts, it is now apartments, boutiques, markets with other indicia of Palestinian financial resourcefulness.  But, it is also a camp and as a camp it is off limits to the Syrian Army unless the Palestinian Authority lifts the prohibitions on entry.  The PA has refused  to do that because the PA is a sectarian organization committed to serving the Zionist State, cajoling the Americans and coddling the simian Arabian troglodytes.   You see, when it comes to Mammon, there has never been a greater supplicant than the so-called Palestinian Revolution.

3 days ago, the American/Saudi-ISIS terrorist group, enabled by it’s new ally in the American/Saudi-Al-Qaeda/Nusra terrorist group, moved decisively from the southern area of Al-Hajar Al-Aswad (Black Rock) invading the Yarmouk Camp, trapping 20,000 inhabitants and imposing its stifling nihilism in a form of canonical law more befitting the tribes of 10,000 B.C. Olduvai Gorge.  Luckily, 2,000 women and children escaped to the Syrian Army which is laying siege to the camp – the army of the legitimate government of Syria which quickly relocated the refugees to the safety of Al-Tadhaamun and Al-Zaahiriyya.

The Syrian Army has now surrounded the camp, that maneuver made all the more easy by the evacuation of terrorists from Al-Hajar Al-Aswad.  One of the reasons for this attack was information received by the rodent terrorists that the Palestinians had made some kind of pact amongst each other to remove the last remnants of the nihilist cannibals from their midst.   The rats would have none of this and decided to make Palestinian life even more miserable than anything the Lebanese Maronite Right had done or its patrone, the Zionist Abomination.

a general view of destruction in Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp

So, who’s to blame for this latest fiasco?  Can you blame the Syrian Army whom the miserable, mercenary P.A. would not permit into the camp?  Do you blame the terrorist savages for acting out the instinctual urge to render the God of Islam into some pathogenic monster?  Or do you blame the failed, prostituted leadership of the Palestinians for bringing this misery to the people who look to the PA as some kind of center of gravity – maybe, even, a government capable of making rational decisions designed to alleviate suffering?

Rational decisions?  Whereas the Zionist Movement makes no excuses for its encouragement of international Jewish organizations, think tanks, advisory associations and other centers for the accumulation of knowledge necessary for the preservation of their Zionist Ghetto State, the Palestinians, with all their hot air about the highest pro-rata numbers of college graduates needs no such organizations, think tanks or associations.  Heck, the Palestinian leadership is so remarkably adept at the deepest form of political thought that the infusion of more advice, knowledge and assistance from those genii in the Diaspora would be superfluous, almost pathetic.  With ‘Abbaas and ‘Urayqaat at the helm, the Palestinians should have no fear of success – failure and frustration are always right around the corner.  As Robert Gates once said famously, “the Palestinians will never pass up a chance to pass up a chance”.

The Syrian government, for decades, had to eavesdrop on the Palestinian Camp through a catalogue of subterfuges.  It might have been the creation of Al-Saa’iqa, Syria’ answer to Al-Fatah’s Al-‘Aasifa.  Al-Saa’iqa was a Palestinian militia with many Syrian officers infused into it.  It was able to swim inside the camp and relay information about what Palestinians were doing on a military level.  Another was the Palestinian branch of Syrian General Intelligence which controlled and handled hundreds of Palestinian residents inside Syria and who were tasked with reporting on matters related to the “revolution”.  Other sources of information were the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (General Command) headed by Syrian Army Captain, Ahmad Jibreel, a Palestinian from Yazur, Palestine,  whose interest in ideology paralleled a crocodile’s interest in sprouting wings and flying. Jibreel was obsessed with sound military doctrines, no Marx, no Lenin, no Mao.

At every turn, Palestinians shrugged off Syrian efforts to bring the revolution into the mainstream of Arab nationalist thinking.  There were times when Palestinians, for reasons which can only be ascribed to stupidity or sectarianism, actually sought out conflict with the only Arab nation whose commitment to Palestine was unassailable.  Today, with the camp shattered even more by the arrival of Saudi-financed demonic forces, the PA must look hard at itself and decide on whose side It really is.  If it is on the side of the U.S., then let the failures continue.  Don’t come back and ask for help from the Arab League which suspended Syria’s membership.  If it is on the side of the Saudi Arabians, then to hell with Palestine because it is a lost cause.  Saudi Arabia is no different than the Zionist trash which protects it.  But, if the Palestinians think back on its revolution of 1967 and how it failed, maybe, just this once, they will join hands with the Syrian government and the Ba’ath to reorganize the way the we confront the enemies from within and without – the enemies bought by the Arabs of the Peninsula – the enemies who are taking apart the ancient heritage of the peoples of this land and who will not hesitate to tear apart every relic in the history-rich lands of Southern Syria, the land of Palestine.  This is your last chance.  It’s now or never.

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I wish Yasser Arafatty was around he would have solved all the Palestinians problems hmmmmmm 🙂

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Yes with all of Yasser Arafat mistakes he helped keep the Palestinians together as much as possible.Now the Palestinian resistance has no unifying leader only second rate leaders too busy fighting each other then the real enemy.Israel got what it wanted.

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I wonder what kind of a set up Syrian authorities have in southern suburbs of Damascus, such as Babila, Taqadam, Yalda etc?! Several reconciliation agreements to stop hostilities were enacted in these neighborhoods; however, isis may try to exploit this to their advantage.

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FSA tries out some new MANPADS against SyAAF jets over Jadieh, Daraa.

With Nassib border crossing handed over to Al Nusra, there should now be no shortage of these sphincter-tighteners coming through from the Happy Land of Saud …

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Update on the situation in Idlib with videos The terrorists comitted more crimes in Idlib

Two videos and update on Idlib and elsewhere in Syria.

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Thank you Ziad…

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Can someone explain to me the following: 1) How does ISIS assemble an army right under the nose of the SAA, then penetrate supposed siege lines and virtually take over Yarmouk in a matter of days; 2) How can Daraya and Jobar still be defended after the SAA has been attacking these cities for at least 2 years; and 3) How did the SAA lose Idlib city in a matter of hours even though it knew for weeks, in advance, of the upcoming attack. The seeming inability of the SAA to clear towns stands in direct contrast to the rebels… Read more »

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So. Rewind last year, and when ISIS officially broke from the crew, many here ( including me ) stated that ISIS would become a threat to human existence everywhere to justify wester intervention, and other, rabid, satanic rebels would also be rehabilitated ( at least by the media ) to justify them as the neo FSA). Back to now. We have them talking about rebranding JNA. Now we have multiple, varied sources playing up the Baath / ISIS angle – as well as emphatically trying to deomstrate ISIS is in league with the Syrian Government. We know the ISIS /… Read more »

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Abbas recently said he supported the Saudi led action in Yemen so we know who side they are on

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Yet more days of victory through retreat and no borders for a nation. No fan of jihadis, but Assad is failing, the SAA is failed, and ex jihadi recruits for a national defense force is silly. I guess the plan is to get all the jihadis in Assad’s house and spring the trap? With eyes on the last air bases that have been retreated to for victory, it seems like just a passage of time until this is over. How can Syria remain a culture and nation, after the jihadis take over? People need to consider what to do when… Read more »

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Syrian Christians Celebrate Easter, Pray for Victory and Vow Never to Leave Their Homeland

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=634_1428345024#UlyLZOOPQwF5HWms.99

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I was promised a Sukkah in the Syrian Golan

But all I got was a scabby rod right up the Colon

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The Israelis have actively taken command and control of the terrorists. I told you all two or three weeks ago that Israel had armed Daesh and company with manpads and other arms. Mantit or some other Wahhabi/Zio lover said it was impossible, well I hate to say it, but I told you so. However I’ve been telling you so as well, unless something totally out of nowhere happens this war will be over in a short few months. All these attacks and counter attacks are jockeying for the negotiations that will follow. We have won this War by the mere… Read more »

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The question is for syria Why support the palestine cause???? Let them fight their own independance war with their own dignity. It’s wrong for syria and also for iran to support these people. They will betray the resitance if they can because it their souls what s wrong with them. The resitance should stop fighting israel for the rights of the moslems because mostly these degenareted apes can even not writte or think. Also the sunnis think always sectarian. They have been always illoyal and traitors. Some but really only view are good people but it s not worth dying… Read more »

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Saudi Arabias democracy plans for Syria after Assad

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Hey, with all the madness in Idlib and Darra and the increased troll activity here i guess the new “young King” of Saudi Arabia is spending a few billions of dollar to say “Hello” to the world. The Saudi attack on Yemen was a “very smart” move as they can only double down to not lose their face (not that they ever had one ;I) to lose in the first place). Iraq doesnt look good for the idiots (read ISIS, the cia database, our western “leaders” and the arab “coalition”). This new wave against Syria was maybe intended to be… Read more »

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Fabulous article by Ziad today, so helpful to connect the dots for people outside the region.
There can be no option now except to invade Yarmouk. There’s a war on..

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Israel is at war with Iran in Syria. Syria is Iran’s long arm which will allow Iran to crush Israel. Syria is paying the price for Iran’s nuclear ambitions. Iran is indebted to Syria, and thankfully is supporting Syria which makes her indebted to Iran, although I would want 50,000 Iranians with weapons to help seal the borders although the consequence of this would foreign intervention to attack the Iranian forces and create a Vietnam for them. When sanctions are lifted on Iran, there should be a deal on Syria and Iraq, and Lebanon, and Yemen, and Bahrain as part… Read more »

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All Arab leaders are traitors that sell their people and countries for money. Palestine is part of Greater Syria.

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To the true mentat Ziad, thanks for the informative article, in an environment where accurate info is hard to find. I hope you had a long and relaxing Easter break.
This is what the left wing of the British intelligence establishment (The Guardian) has to say —
“Bashar al-Assad’s regime has unleashed more than a dozen barrel bomb attacks as well as MiG fighter sorties on Yarmouk since Wednesday, which activists say have killed civilians.”
God help these smelly unwashed Poms if they didn’t have ‘barrel bombs’ to fall back on, given the reporter is in Beirut!

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The manner of the fall of Idlib, Bosra and now Yarmouk, and the relative silence around these events from officialdom in Syria is very suspicious to say the least. Usually the Syrian foreign ministry would be shouting from the top of its lungs and sending futile letters to the UN bemoaning the Turkish and Jordanian support for the influx of terrorists during and after the battles in Idlib and Bosra, yet i don’t recall hearing anything out of these quarters while Idlib and Bosra were under terrorist attack or even following the capture of these towns, it was then pretended… Read more »

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Yes, yes…Syria has always been the savior of the Palestinians. They saved thousands of Palestinians in Tal Zaatar, Shatilla and Burj al Barajneh from having to live dreary lives by helping the Phalange and Amal kill them. Ziad, give me a break, dude. I support Assad 110% in this war, but don’t come off with this holier than thou crapola. The Syrians have been opportunists for decades. Papa Assad joined the anti-Iraq orgy in 1991 and helped them drop the equivalent of 7 Hiroshima bombs on Iraqi cities. Why? Because Papa was promised a free hand in Lebanon and “peace… Read more »

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Report: Detention order for soldiers in MİT trucks case issued over Ignatius’ article, Gülen’s lecture A detention order for 34 military officers who took part in the interception of Syria-bound trucks belonging to the National Intelligence Organization (MIT) was issued based on an op-ed article written by David Ignatius in 2013 and a lecture by Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, a Turkish daily reported http://www.todayszaman.com/anasayfa_report-detention-order-for-soldiers-in-mit-trucks-case-issued-over-ignatius-article-gulens-lecture_377244.html The military officers for whom a detention order was issued on Sunday are those who took part in the interception of the MİT trucks in Adana and Hatay provinces in January 2014. On Jan. 1, 2014,… Read more »

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Heads being Cut off, Miserable life situation in Yarmouk camp. Report, Graphic pics Please forgive me but the article does quote SOHR I wonder if the west will use this as an excuse to invade Syria,I can see the headlines already Something like This;”The West must intervene to save the children of Yarmouk”… “The situation in Yarmouk is an affront to the humanity of all of us, a source of universal shame,” UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) spokesman Chris Gunness told Reuters. “Yarmouk is a test, a challenge for the international community. We must not fail. The credibility of… Read more »

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The Putin regime expresses concern over the situation in Yarmouk while the UN holds an emergency meeting demanding that ‘aid’ be let in and that the population be ‘protected from the violence’. More creeping UN control over Syria in perfect harmony with Russia’s pronouncements. What you won’t hear from Putin though is the ‘concern’ or the ‘demand’ that Erdogan rein in his terrorist mercenaries who have recently poured across the border capturing the city of Idlib. Deafening, conspiratorial silence.

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As UNSC Speaks of ISIS in Yarmouk Camp, ICP Puts Qs to UNRWA, Palestine The members condemned in the strongest terms the grave crimes committed by Daesh and Jabhet al Nusra against 18,000 civilians in the camp and emphasized the need that such crimes do not go unpunished By Matthew Russell Lee http://www.innercitypress.com/yarmouk1unscicp040615.html UNITED NATIONS, April 6 — Amid news that ISIS has taken over most of the UN’s Yarmouk camp for Palestinian refugees in Syria, the UN Security Council scheduled an urgent meeting on April 6 at 11:30 am, to get a briefing by video from Pierre Krähenbühl, the… Read more »

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IS blows up historic church in Syria’s Hasaka province http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-04/05/c_134126556.htm DAMASCUS, April 5 (Xinhua) — The Islamic State (IS) militant group blew up an 800-year-old church in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasaka, as the Christian minority in Syria is observing the Easter holiday, state-run news agency SANA reported. The IS booby-trapped and blew up the Virgin Mary Church in the town of Tal Nasra in the western countryside of Hasaka province, the report said, adding that the attack is part of the “brutal crimes” the terrorist group is committing in Syria. The Christian minority in Syria makes up about 10… Read more »

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In pictures: female snipers in Syrian Republican Guards

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2015-04/05/c_134126342.htm

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What’s behind Saudi Arabia’s air strikes against Yemen’s Houthi rebels? http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-04/05/c_134125865.htm BEIJING, April 5 (Xinhua) — It has been two weeks since the Saudi-led coalition launched air strikes against the Houthi fighters in Yemen. Sending bombers to Yemen was by no means an impulse decision by Saudi leaders, but reflects their strategic consideration in various aspects, said Wu Yihong, a Chinese expert on Middle East. Firstly, Saudi Arabia has already felt the pressure from the spillover of terrorist activities in Yemen, and the insurgency of Houthi fighters in Yemen aggravated its security concerns. Secondly, the offensive is also good to… Read more »

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Ziad quote “So, who’s to blame for this latest fiasco? ” and the answer is very simple.. ZIAD and you know it.. you already mentioned the prohibited word , Sectarianism as an issue happening with Palestinians. Sectarianism an issue happening in Syria , that Syria government will not like to admit.. for security reasons or whatever.. The entire conflict in Syria happens because Anglozionist powers use Islam as a weapon to provoke Muslins to destroy each other. Who is to blame for all this? the answer is ISLAM. As i said in the past… none of the endless violence will… Read more »

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Too much money going to to few people, with competing interests/agendas A recipe for disaster No unity = chaos rules supreme. Which is exactly what TPTB want

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the prats over here that drone on about how Assad and Putin are the evil masterminds of this mess do get a little tiring. Could people just ignore them?

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Report from the Yarmouk Camp; Palestinian Resistance on the Offensive..http://www.electronicresistance.net/2015/04/complete-report-from-the-yarmouk-camp-palestinian-resistance-on-the-offensive/
Strategic Town in the West Ghouta Under SAA Fire Control..http://www.electronicresistance.net/2015/04/strategic-town-in-the-west-ghouta-under-saa-fire-control/
Idlib Video of Activist Monitoring SAA Forces heading to المسطومة Mastumah https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCPxQpe6rFA

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On “The fall of Idleb” Dear assorted trolls. Read and weep! [Idleb: Army units killed over 200 terrorists, destroyed an armored vehicle and more than 15 vehicles equipped with heavy machineguns IN IDLEB CITY and the areas of Majdalya, al-Neirub, Saraqeb, Korein, Nasibein, Maarbalit, Kifr Najd, Binnesh, Salqeen, Abud al-Dohour, Tal Salmo, al-Hamidyeh, Sarmin, Taftanaz, Baya’a, al-Jaakyeh, al-Taman’a, al-Habeit, Nahlaya, Fayloun, al-Foua road and Qaminas in Idleb countryside. Many gatherings of terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra, “Ahrar al-Sham” and “Jund al-Aqsa” organizations were directly hit during army operations in various areas IN IDLEB CITY, with the terrorists suffering heavy losses]. https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/… Read more »

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teevee, thanks for the insights and analysis. Your comments are always welcome in this sea of zio-wahabi propoganda. Please get a twitter account and keep us abreast. thank you

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“bad day at black rock” lmao i see your a western films fan

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More success for the SAA and SAAF in Idlib
video Shows Strike Against Terrorists At The Border With Turkey.

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Erdogan, who’s in Tehran today sounding his Brass Balls, has apparently just told Iranian leaders Turkey can no longer rule out direct military action against Bashar al-Assad and asked that they “drop the despot.” Obviously he’s hinting thickly at a NFZ via another Yemen-style air operation, at the very least. Will he be sternly informed that under the totally serious ‘Mutual Defence Pact’, any attack on Syria means a declaration of war against Iran, with a few illustrations of the attendant consequences tacked on? Will he be arrested and prosecuted for promoting war of aggression? Will he be secured like… Read more »

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Excellent summary of Nasrallah interview to a Syrian TV channel, as always, he was right on.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/nasrallah-nobody-can-outline-future-of-the-region-without-syria-the-war-on-syria-failed/

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Unconfirmed at moment but ISIS now claiming Yalda is also under their control can see pattern emerging.