YARMOUK CAMP: AMERICAN AND SAUDI TERRORISM KILLS PALESTINIANS: EXPOSED BY RADIOYARAN

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Why is the Yarmouk camp suffering? The true reasons, not western propaganda

April 11, 2015 radioyaran Syria

Reading through western (and probably Gulf states) media these days one could think that Syrian President Assad and “his” army (otherwise known as the Syrian Arab Army) from one day to the next simply decided to destroy the Yarmouk refugee camp and kill its Palestinian inhabitants through a siege and bombardment.
The same sources go as far as claiming that the recent take over of the mostly abandoned camp through the IS militia even serves Assads interests.
The silly and easily refutable fairy tale of Assad secretly collaborating with IS is achieving sort of an “evergreen” status among many of the above mentioned media:
http://radioyaran.com/2015/03/07/supported-by-no-evidence-the-telegraph-revives-the-assad-isil-cooperation-myth/

It´s time to shed some light on what has been going on in the Yarmouk camp since the beginning of the Syrian civil war.

Whenever western media reports of any places being shelled in Syria the impression is created that this can only have been the work of the Syrian Army. This is an early case of such shelling hitting the Yarmouk camp:
“Two mortar shells struck the camp in the early hours of Thursday from the nearby Tadamun distinct. The Syrian government said armed “terrorists” were behind the carnage…An alleged opposition battalion, Saif Al-Islam, reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack, saying that the Palestinians in Yarmouk camp are in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government.”
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2012-08/03/c_131759789.htm

So, at first the rebels attacked the camp claiming that it´s Palestinians are “guilty” by being supporters of Assad. Then they infiltrated the camp and began “arming sympathetic Palestinians to fight a pro-Assad faction in a Palestinian enclave in Damascus“.
It is clear that the rebels, the so called “moderates” of the FSA brought trouble to the camp:
“Residents at Yarmouk…said gunmen had been seen in the streets and some people kidnapped in recent days, eight of whom had been killed. It was not clear who was responsible.

A bomb exploded on Wednesday under the car of a Syrian army colonel in Yarmouk, although he was not in the vehicle, the opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. A Syrian rebel commander claimed responsibility, calling it a “gift to Jibril’s people which will be followed by others”.”
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/31/us-syria-crisis-palestinians-idUSBRE89U1I320121031

Another resident confirms the assertion regarding the FSA being the harbinger of problems, devastation and suffering:
“Muhammad Tamim and Iptisam and their two adult children fled their home not far from the Palestinian Yarmouk camp in Damascus four months ago. Their parents and three elder children are still there.

“As soon as the FSA enters an area, the combat units follow and engage in action.  There’s no way we can live in the middle of a battlefield. Syria is headed towards a catastrophe,” said Muhammad”
http://rt.com/news/syria-people-home-rima-831/

As early as January 2013, foreign fighters were seen in the camp hiding among civilians in order to attack the Syrian forces:
“Foreign nationals are using the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk in Damascus as a base to fight the Syrian government, a former adviser to late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat said Saturday.

“We’re calling committees in the camp and people there told us that foreigners are shooting at anyone that moves,” Bassam Abu Sharif told Palestine’s Ma’an news agency.

“They’re using the camp and the people of the camp as shields to attack government forces.””
http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/foreign-fighters-using-damascus-refugee-camp-base-ex-arafat-aide

Another report from the same time (and more than 2 years ago from now) mentions the presence of Al Qaedas Syrian affiliate, Jabhat al Nusra (Nusra Front):
“Some fleeing Palestinians refugees at the Maznaa crossing mention that they fear that al-Qeada affiliates are taking over Yarmouk camp and want to establish an Islamic emirate…But there are sections where the Al Nusra Front is very much in control and are actively setting up social service centers and training bases for arriving recruits from a number of countries as well as, regrettably, some Palestinians…”
http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/01/04/notes-from-damascus/

A further confirmation from January 2013: “Nusra was at the forefront of fighting in that city’s Yarmouk district.”

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/01/10/179548/al-qaida-linked-nusra-rebels-about.html

Accusing the Syrian Army of systematically starving the Yarmouk camp people are misleading. Due to its vicinity to the center of Damascus and the heavy presence of Al Nusra and other radical groups the Syrian Army has cordoned off the northern entrance to the camp, while the rebels control the southern entrance and the adjacent districts such as Tadamon or Hajar al Aswad. Yarmouk is thus a huge risk factor for the government. Under such circumstances every army has to take strict measures to minimize the danger of attacks, infiltration and weapons smuggling into the capitals inner ring.
Nevertheless the Syrian Army has on several occasions evacuated people from Yarmouk to safe areas and attempted to bring in aid convois which was prevented and sabotaged by the REBELs:
“The convoy was cleared to proceed beyond the checkpoint and the Syrian authorities provided a bulldozer to go ahead to clear the road of debris, earth mounds and other obstructions.

The bulldozer was fired upon, hit by direct gunfire and forced to withdraw, though with no casualties. Thereafter, bursts of gunfire, including machine-gun fire, erupted close to the trucks and UNRWA vehicles, suggesting a firefight.

Also, one mortar exploded very close to the convoy. The convoy withdrew at this point following the advice of the security escort and returned safely to Damascus.”
http://electronicintifada.net/blogs/ali-abunimah/amid-gunfire-relief-convoy-turns-back-syrias-besieged-yarmouk-camp

The strategic geographic position of the camp is highlighted again here:
“The Islamist armed groups of the opposition saw the camp as the Syrian government’s Achilles’ heel and nothing else, a prize-catch in their desperate quest to “conquer” Damascus; the perfect springboard for their intended “jihad” against the regime’s main stronghold, practically putting a target on the camp’s back and turning its entire refugee population into a huge block of human shields held hostage to the flick of these groups’ military whims…The armed opposition’s all-guns-blazing infiltration into, and subsequent control over Yarmouk in late 2012 has plunged its Palestinian refugees headfirst into the throes of the Syrian war; transforming the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Syria into a “hostile territory” for the Syrian Army…For the Al-Nusra front and other Islamist fighting militias; taking control over the camp was primarily a matter of scoring territorial advances against the “infidel” regime, it constituted the closest front they’ll ever manage to get to Damascus, only this “pyrrhic victory” has had the camp caught in a tight militaristic death-grip where foreign backed insurgents are wreaking doomed havoc inside the camp (including looting, arbitrary seizure of properties and taking on human shields), and the Syrian army is giving the area the full “military-zone” treatment; imposing a full-fledged siege on most parts of the camp, particularly its northern entrance which connects directly to Damascus. ”
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/MID-01-300114.html

The same article raises a valid question: Why are the militants inside the camp well-armed and well-fed and apparently not suffering from hunger and thirst while the civilians have been dying?
“the curious fact remains that while the civilian population is suffering the lashes of hunger, thirst and dwindling medical supplies, militants inside the camp appear to be largely unaffected by the siege. On the contrary these groups seem to be well-armed, fully weaponized (at least to the extent that

enables them to retain full military control over the majority of the camp despite the ongoing siege) and on multiple occasions have even instigated clashes and firefights with the Syrian army.

This begs the question: what prevents these militants from using their own supply routes and active ammunition channels to soften the impact of the regime-imposed siege on the civilian population inside the camp, keeping in mind that areas bordering Yarmouk from its southern entrance are controlled by the “rebels” themselves? “

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Really Radioyaran,the radio telaviv Hasbara?
No way !

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I too am surprised to see RadioYaran posting an article here. Not that I fault his earlier criticism of the Idlib confusion. But the extent and manner to which he was criticizing it seemed counterproductive to say the least. It was outwardly rude to Ziad, and worse yet Racist to Syrians.

This whole Syrian conflict is a mass of confusion, from the Syrian participants on both sides to their respective foreign backers (including US) and now also to the “blogs” covering the conflict. Yeesh.

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Ziad proves he is a Zionist, by rebroadcasting RadioTelAviv!

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Maybe you could submit an article Mentat…at least we will get a laugh…Unlike RadioTelAviv!

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Saudi TV: We Will Enjoy Torturing Yemeni Women and Children Saudi Imam commenting on Saudi attack on Yemen: “we will enjoy torturing them”. Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d3c_1428261512#5IgE32SdXXlg1dOq.99 Yemen: Civilian casualties mount following latest Saudi-led airstrikes *VERY GRAPHIC* A large number of civilians, many of whom were children, were killed or left badly injured when Saudi-led airstrikes targeted parts of the Amran province, north of the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, Sunday. Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=6ac_1428841912#iExitWHbDskgPSRF.99 Putin Authorizes US Warplane Shootdown To Protect American Lives According to one of these US citizens trapped in Yemen, Arwa Al-Iraine, who spoke to Russian media… Read more »

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Palestinians from Yarmouk rally in support of Syria in Jarmana Camp. Stop the lies & frauds spreading disinformation.. https://twitter.com/leithfadel/status/587175320526008320/photo/1
BREAKING: Chief of Iraq-i Forces in Salah_Din: IS is NOT in Baiji Refinery and says 100+ IS have been killed so far since yesterday.. https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/587258149343604738
NDF and YPG take control of the village Um_Ghadeer south of Qamishili, this means that all of Qamishili countryside is now IS free.. https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/587248020049100800
Syrian Troops Restore Full Security to Vast Parts of Aleppo’s Countryside.. http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940123000716
Yemen’s Tribal Fighters Kill over 18 Saudi Soldiers in Retaliatory Attack.. http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940123000373 ..

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Seeing radioidiot posted on Syrper makes for fast reading … as in not reading what the clown has to say. I’m biting my tonque not to say something nasty here. Hopefully I wont see the arsehole posted here again.

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Great news, more filthy jew rat camel fucking Saudis dead from Yemenis fighters. Time for that blow back.

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This rather militarily significant event happened a few weeks ago, yet no mention was made in the press. Syria should be using this tactic a lot more, especially with the Zionist Ghetto Republic of organ traffickers, pimps and shysters. Could the improved Scuds C/D in Syrias arsenal hit Riyadh?

link: http://www.defensenews.com/story/defense/land/weapons/2015/04/11/turkey-scud-patriot-missile-defense-radar-nato-syria-iran/25523519/

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It looks like Saud baboons are getting their ass kicked by yemeni warriors, isn’t funny Ziad?
Only Egypt and Emirates countinue to back up their simian armed forces, the ground invasion will never happen.
As simple as that.

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Chief of Staff General Ali Abdallah Ayoub arrives in Al_Mastoumah Idlib to inspect the Syria-n Forces stationed there.. Col. Hassan has finally arrived in Idlib..You can clearly see commander of Tiger force in Mastumah, Idlib. @Conflict_Report.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Y-e5Q0SPdo&feature=youtu.be&t=17.. Does came the great moment for the northern front?..

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Designed killzone by Russian advisors. That is how i saw it the whole war.

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The people of Yarmouk are suffering and it’s EVERYBODY’S fault. Logic and rational thinking dictate this. TWith anti-Assad forces in the camp, it’s only natural that the SAA would surround and lay siege to it. Sadly, the innocent get hurt, too.

What I don’t understand is why the Syrian Army was not inside Yarmouk from the beginning, given its proximity to the heart of Damascus.

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ANNA News: Celebrating Easter in Syria

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ANNA News: Summary of events in Syria – April 9, 2015

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“Nusra being removed from the list of terrorist organizations” huh since when?
also where is this guy baggdaddy and why are they not able to hunt him down or blow him up ?

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Convoy Of Syrian Arab Army

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Farrakhan on the Zionist stranglehold on U.S. Gov’t: Can it be broken?

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Incidently I watch yesterday the news on the french channel TF1 which is one of the biggest MSM in Europe. Surprisingly they broadcast a 5 min program about the situation in Homs without criticising president Assad. They showed christian family going back to their home, Syrian Army soldiers not officer I guess and mentioned the good work of the local governor.They also mention all the hard to be done in order to rebuild the city.
Are things changing ? I hope so.

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Incidently I watch yesterday the news on the french channel TF1 which is one of the biggest MSM in Europe. Surprisingly they broadcast a 5 min program about the situation in Homs without criticising president Assad. They showed christian family going back to their home, Syrian Army soldiers not officer I guess and mentioned the good work of the local governor.They also mention all the hard work to be done in order to rebuild the city.
Are things changing ? I hope so.

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Ziad,

I was looking at the map and the concentrations of troops and can you confirm/deny the idea that is floating in my head that the SAA might plan a huge offensive to capture the entire rebel terrain from idlib north towards the Turkisch border. Then i understand the Lattakia offensive and also the skirmishes near Jisr al Shuguur.

Also i hear about heavy fighting and massive casualty numbers in Aleppo city and surrounding. What are the tactics there?

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Is there a pattern to this madness currently going on in Syria, Iraq, Yemen. why are the Assyrian, Yemenese, Babylonian areas being targeted. Why has this Jesuit Pope suddenly got involved in the Armenian controversy, is this a red herring to what is the real motive. People there is a pattern to this madness, according to Dr. Ashraf Ezzat.

You can read her analysis here

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Yemeni tribal fighters are taking the war to Saudi .18 dead and many captives taken from Saudi army …a war on Saudi soil could be just perfect for Syria

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Well, bowl me over with a feather: Putin has just cancelled Medvedev’s decree banning Russian sale of S-300s to Iran!!

Although not the same as making an actual delivery 8 years after taking Iran’s cash in 2007, it is a tiny step in the right direction which will no doubt set the Netanyahudniks off into fits of hysteria.

Putin it would seem has finally been stricken with guilt after reading some of the more caustic comments on this site … LOL.

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Good news. Patriotic Palestinian forces are advancing in Yarmouk with strategic points falling to them.

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Ref: Radioyaran’s featured ‘headline’ article: While I was impressed with Radio’s apparently professional presentation of an article that tackled many FAQ’s about the confusing situation in Yarmouk camp (as was Ziad: “That’s OK Radio, attack my credibility, insult me personally and I will reward you with a big fat headline … mate”) I found one particular unsubstantiated Radio ‘quote’ extremely hard to swallow. At the end of paragraph 2, he claims that the culprits of the attack were none other than the “SAIF AL-ISLAM brigade?” .. WTF? Why would a bunch of stinky-rat murderers name themselves that?????? C’mon Radio! Rats… Read more »

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The senile Zionist Saudi king call other Saudi kings Jewish and sought God’s forgiveness for them. Indeed, this is the most accurate sentence that he may have stated in his lifetime; Saudi kings are Zionists.
We looked forward for so much time that Saudis act against Israel but the only measure they have taken was to attack other Muslim countries.

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2015/04/12/video-the-senile-zionist-saudi-king-call-other-saudi-kings-jewish-and-sought-gods-forgiveness-for-them/

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If US is now trying to provoke a war in Kosovo again.. is good news.. it means they are out of ideas..
with Ukraine and switching to hurt Russia in another front.. I don’t think the European Union will support
a war there.. If they support unification there ,they should support Crimea unification and Abkhazia too.. and eastern Ukraine.

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The thoroughly incompetent Saudi performance in Yemen, coupled with the news on the S-300, has given us Iranians the impression that the coming war with Saudi Arabia will be a glorious affair to be happily recorded in the long annals of Persian history. Videbimus in tempore, my friends.

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