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Truth unveiled! Axis of evil Saudis, Americans and Israelis thought they wanted to hijack Syria in the middle of Arab spring, but that’s not they want, they want a slap with the back of the right hand! Arab spring is naturally an anti Israel movement against puppet regimes or friends of Israel such as Mubarak, as the chief of Israel described him as Israel’s best friend. They go down, and Israel is left without friends. Is Assad anything like Mubarak? no, was he also Israel’s best friend? no, did he promise his people to free occupied Syrian lands from Israel? YES.

True Syrians’ demand for reforms in Syria is completely acceptable and legal just like Asad said, which is why he’s bringing reforms to Syria. But don’t get me wrong, do not mistake terrorists for protesters, this is what I’m going to explain for you.

Just yesterday, Lebanese army intelligence has intercepted a covert shipment of 1,000 assault rifles, reportedly destined for the city of Baniyas in Syria. Army investigators say they have uncovered ties between the smugglers and the political entourage of former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who is backed by the United States and Saudi Arabia.

The hardcore Sunni Wahhabi House of Saud – in yet another towering show of hypocrisy, and faithful to its hatred of secular Arab republics – has branded the Bashar al-Assad-controlled Ba’ath regime in Syria “a killing machine”. But who would of thought? Saudi Arabia is busy killing people in another country named Bahrain, which most of the news media don’t cover since the US media have been ordered not to cover news on the Saudi allies’ brutal crackdown on Bahraini people. Reports from the Center’s colleagues in the United States say “In the US some news agencies and TV stations were asked not to report on Bahrain and not to embarrass [President Barack Obama’s administration." Kingdom Saudi Arabia the most brutal dictatorship of all time pretends to be worried about on-going unrest in a secular Arab state? why? because Assad's regime is anti Israel and not a puppet, which goes against Saudi influence in Middle east.

March 14 seems to be nearly exposed. Hariri the son betrayed Hariri the father, even tho Hezbollah revealed Israel's possible involvement in his father's assassination, he insists on selling Lebanon to Israel and Saudi Arabia. March 14 people are bunch of soulless traitors who only care about their own wealth and money in their bank accounts all over the world, they do not care about Lebanon's freedom being threatened by Israel, in fact, their hatred toward Hezbollah makes them rather Israeli occupation, where were they when Israel had southern Lebanon occupied for decades? wasn't it Hezbollah attacks which forced IDF to pull out? 14 March sickos' connection with arm smuggling to Syria must be investigated, and if proven, their party's activities must be banned and their members must be arrested.

Lebanese intelligence also eavesdropped on discussions between the suspects and an arms dealer, in which the two sides agreed on a down payment of US$100,000 once buyers were shown high-quality Kalashnikov and M-16 rifle samples. The plan was to either ship the rifles in one batch by sea to Baniyas in Syria, or to divide it into smaller batches and smuggle it through Lebanon’s northern border. The suspects and the dealer were followed and arrested by army intelligence forces on July 30, after delivery of the arms in Ras Beirut.

Hezbollah’s Al-Manar television identified the smugglers as Wassam and Samir Tamim. They have reportedly confessed to running over 30 arms-smuggling operations from Marina to Baniyas with the assistance of Mohammad Kabbara, a member of the Al-Mustaqbal parliamentary bloc tied to Saudi intelligence. Al-Manar stated that the center of operations was Kabbara’s farm in northern Lebanon, adding that this was also a transit point for Islamist (Salafi) fighters traveling to the Syrian city of Homs.

The Syrian army claimed last week that in recent fighting near Homs it has detained hundreds of Salafi fighters (reportedly including Afghans) with Lebanese documents, whose transfer to Syria was facilitated by Kabbara.

The majority of Syrians have been always behind their government, it is not hidden to anybody that Assad's weak intelligence forces failed to protect his country from terrorists.

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One of the terrorists captured by Syrian intelligence forces confessed and said several terrorist groups were operating in Hama where their members are instructed to attack police, security personnel and law-enforcement officials in order to cause mayhem in the city.

He also said the footage broadcast by Syrian television showing people throwing mutilated bodies into a river some ten days ago was very much true, confessing, "I was among the terrorists who threw one of the dead….”

He said they mutilated the bodies of the victims with knives and swords in order to scare away security personnel and prevent them from entering Hama. Al-Kattan said terrorist leaders pay each member SYP 5000 (almost USD106) per day.

By all means, the unrest in Syria differs from the Arab uprisings since it is a 'conspiracy' from foreign intervention attempting to 'reshape' the country's political structure. In the latest attempts, Washington and Tel Aviv hatched plots to reignite the flames of unrest in Syria through smuggling weapons into the Arab country.

Informed sources in Lebanon blame Salafi extremists and elements associated with the country's al-Mustaqbal party for direct involvement in the recent unrest in Syria.

The Lebanese sources say former Mustaqbal MP Mustafa Hashem has rented a large number of gas stations in the northern border region of Wadi Khaled, where the nomad residents on both the Lebanese and Syrian sides of the frontier are engaged in widespread smuggling.

http://www.informati...rticle28832.htm

http://www.atimes.co...t/MH13Ak01.html

http://www.dailykos....ence-in-Bahrain

http://www.presstv.i...ail/193510.html

http://www.presstv.i...ail/178965.html

http://www.presstv.i...ail/182208.html

www.presstv.ir/detail/172567.html

http://shervinandpol...t-syria-unrest/

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Everybody's aware of Iran's stance on Syria, no one will dare to make a move against Assad's secular regime. Time for terrorists and hypocrites in Syria is over, they should go back to Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia or wherever they came from, majority of Syrian people have been always behind their government and they will keep supporting it. Syrians do not want their country to turn into another Libya by NATO, they still want Assad in power, Assad is the only reason why Syria is not a US puppet, and fights against Israel's aggression which threatens Syrian national security.

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Everybody's aware of Iran's stance on Syria, no one will dare to make a move against Assad's secular regime. Time for terrorists and hypocrites in Syria is over, they should go back to Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia or wherever they came from, majority of Syrian people have been always behind their government and they will keep supporting it. Syrians do not want their country to turn into another Libya by NATO, they still want Assad in power, Assad is the only reason why Syria is not a US puppet, and fights against Israel's aggression which threatens Syrian national security.

How sad that islamists will always invent conspiracy theories involving the Great Satan, Jooooos and myriad other co-conspirators to excuse the failured and ineptitudes of islamist governments.

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^Syria is an Islamist government?

No, but Syria is the prototypical Arab/moslem/despotic/totalitarian/theocratic dystopia that moslems make excuses for by way of inventing conspiracy theories involving external conspirators.

Heard that NATO is going to have some deadly agenda in Syria. Do not know what will Hezbollah & Iran will retaliate on this.

"heard that" did ya'?

Heard that Neil Armstrong converted to islamism while faking the moon landing.

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No, but Syria is the prototypical Arab/moslem/despotic/totalitarian/theocratic dystopia that moslems make excuses for by way of inventing conspiracy theories involving external conspirators.

Ok, if thats your opinion then so be it. But Syria is a Secular-Nationalist state, just so you know.

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Ok, if thats your opinion then so be it. But Syria is a Secular-Nationalist state, just so you know.

It's not my opinion that Syria is an Arab/moslem/despotic/totalitarian dystopia. That's a consensus widely held by much of the free world. Similarly, with some 3/4 of the population being sunni islamists and Syrias ties to the Arab/moslem world, it's a bit of a misnomer to label Syria as Secular-Nationalist nation.

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^Just because one is a Sunni or a Shia does not mean he is an Islamist.

But the fact remains that Syria is an Arab/moslem/despotic/totalitarian dystopia. It's just one of many such dystopias that model the Arab/moslem/despotic/totalitarian prototype that defines islamist states.

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How sad that islamists will always invent conspiracy theories involving the Great Satan, Jooooos and myriad other co-conspirators to excuse the failured and ineptitudes of islamist governments.

Terrorists' confessions, shipments of guns headed to Syria intercepted, rallies of Syrians to support Assad and dead bodies of soldiers and Assad's reforms in response to Syrians' demand for reforms are conspiracy theories? or maybe you should define "conspiracy theory" please. Do you even read before posting a comment?

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if asad is on majority why didn't he just prevent all this bloodshed from the start by running an election as soon as people started protesting?

just pull back and run an election and if you are majority then you stay in power and if not then you leave it.

why all the killing ?

Iran and hizbullah disappointed us by making such a fuss about Bahrain but with Syria they supported the government!!!

i mean bahrain is a just cause where majority won the election but a small minority doesn't allow them to rule. killing also happened but nothing like the scales of syria.

why doesnt bashar just run a referendum???

if most people said they want bashar then no one will sympathize with the protesters because they will be against the will of the majority.

either bashar knows that he is minority and he is clinging onto it and forcing himself on the majority and in that case its just a matter of time that he will collapse but he will bring down the whole thing with him

or he is majority but he is doing the wrong thing by using the killing method rather than call for an immediate referendum.

yes there are infiltrators in all the protests and yes Syria collapse is in the interest of zionism and syria is the only arab state with an anti zionist stance and also syria took millions of refugees on its shoulders and people praised the freedoms in it. BUT its a dictatorship and its secular.

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if asad is on majority why didn't he just prevent all this bloodshed from the start by running an election as soon as people started protesting?

just pull back and run an election and if you are majority then you stay in power and if not then you leave it.

why all the killing ?

Iran and hizbullah disappointed us by making such a fuss about Bahrain but with Syria they supported the government!!!

i mean bahrain is a just cause where majority won the election but a small minority doesn't allow them to rule. killing also happened but nothing like the scales of syria.

why doesnt bashar just run a referendum???

if most people said they want bashar then no one will sympathize with the protesters because they will be against the will of the majority.

either bashar knows that he is minority and he is clinging onto it and forcing himself on the majority and in that case its just a matter of time that he will collapse but he will bring down the whole thing with him

or he is majority but he is doing the wrong thing by using the killing method rather than call for an immediate referendum.

yes there are infiltrators in all the protests and yes Syria collapse is in the interest of zionism and syria is the only arab state with an anti zionist stance and also syria took millions of refugees on its shoulders and people praised the freedoms in it. BUT its a dictatorship and its secular.

People demanded reforms in Syria, not Assad's resign, reforms which Assad brought to the country such as abolishing 48-year emergency law. Why should Assad care if some Saudi-backed terrorists smuggled guns into his country and killed people and then called for him to resign? he still has people on his side. Syrians hold rallies to support Assad every now and then.

Bahrain's case is completely different, Saudis sent troops to Bahrain to help the ruling dictatorship in Bahrain to put brutal crackdown on people. Syria is not a dictatorship, it's a parliamentary kind of democracy, in which parliament gets to elect a president, which means people elect president indirectly.

The reason why more people died in Syria is because the opposition group in Syria is armed to teeth by outside of the country and kills people and soldiers, and in Bahrain, the opposition side is just ordinary people who are unarmed.

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How sad that islamists will always invent conspiracy theories involving the Great Satan, Jooooos and myriad other co-conspirators to excuse the failured and ineptitudes of islamist governments.

thats what im saying. on every single issue people pass the blame to anyone and everyone but themselves. The reason people have these problems is because theyre too busy focusing their interests on the wrong opponent.

^Syria is an Islamist government?

and Syria is not an Islamist govt, but it is a dictatorship with a legislative branch of Arabs who hold complete and utter control over anything (below Assads ultimate rule that is).

if asad is on majority why didn't he just prevent all this bloodshed from the start by running an election as soon as people started protesting?

just pull back and run an election and if you are majority then you stay in power and if not then you leave it.

why all the killing ?

Iran and hizbullah disappointed us by making such a fuss about Bahrain but with Syria they supported the government!!!

i mean bahrain is a just cause where majority won the election but a small minority doesn't allow them to rule. killing also happened but nothing like the scales of syria.

why doesnt bashar just run a referendum???

if most people said they want bashar then no one will sympathize with the protesters because they will be against the will of the majority.

either bashar knows that he is minority and he is clinging onto it and forcing himself on the majority and in that case its just a matter of time that he will collapse but he will bring down the whole thing with him

or he is majority but he is doing the wrong thing by using the killing method rather than call for an immediate referendum.

yes there are infiltrators in all the protests and yes Syria collapse is in the interest of zionism and syria is the only arab state with an anti zionist stance and also syria took millions of refugees on its shoulders and people praised the freedoms in it. BUT its a dictatorship and its secular.

exactly. No data, no polls,no surveys, just violence and one man in charge.

People demanded reforms in Syria, not Assad's resign, reforms which Assad brought to the country such as abolishing 48-year emergency law. he still has people on his side. Syrians hold rallies to support Assad every now and then.

then why doesnt he gather this info and share it with the rest of the world? i see no statistics.

Syria is not a dictatorship, it's a parliamentary kind of democracy, in which parliament gets to elect a president, which means people elect president indirectly.

and youre mistaken, it is a dictatorship, yes they do have a legislative branch, but that branch is ran overwhelmingly by one party which has laws in place which make it impossible for that party to lose a certain amount of seats. Its a dictatorship in the most clear form.

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^^You are totally wrong, there are other parties as well. Assad promised lots of reforms, which means he cares about people's demands, people of Syria never protested before, now when they do, Assad says okay to their demands, but that doesn't mean terrorists are also protesters, terrorists should be dealt with, before anything is done in the country.

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^^You are totally wrong, there are other parties as well. Assad promised lots of reforms, which means he cares about people's demands, people of Syria never protested before, now when they do, Assad says okay to their demands, but that doesn't mean terrorists are also protesters, terrorists should be dealt with, before anything is done in the country.

yes there are other parties, but they have very limitted power. If you really want i can go get some numbers, or if you want, you can save me the trouble and do a quick google search.

Most people im quite certain recognize that Syria is indeed a dictatorship. If you want, how about you go dig up a source on the power of non partisan groups in syria, and i will be here to read it.

Ill grab some things for you

http://en.wikipedia....ctions_in_Syria

http://english.aljaz...1545799628.html

http://en.wikipedia....islative_branch

http://www.alarabiya.../27/146984.html

http://www.guardian....s-rival-parties

those are pretty good.

Basically, and it looks like some are working to fix this (or at least claim to be), the legislative Socialist Arab group by law holds majority power on editing laws provided by Assad. They (under Assad) hold complete control and by law that will not change unless they pass a new bill of a sort which is what a few of those links are talking about.

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Al Jazeera = Al khanzeera zionist channel

Al Arabiya = Al 3breeya zionist channel

Guardian is practically the voice of the muslim brotherhood on Syria.

Once article 8 is lifted, the "democracy" demonstrators have no leg to stand on.

I do not expect Ba'ath to lose the election, but the SSNP-Communist coalition will make some way, so I except Ba'ath to lose a lot of seats out of "revenge" votes.

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Al Jazeera = Al khanzeera zionist channel

Al Arabiya = Al 3breeya zionist channel

Guardian is practically the voice of the muslim brotherhood on Syria.

Once article 8 is lifted, the "democracy" demonstrators have no leg to stand on.

I do not expect Ba'ath to lose the election, but the SSNP-Communist party will make some way, so I except Ba'ath to lose a lot of seats out of "revenge" votes.

Are you saying that the NPF does does not control majority of legislative seats by law and that they are not under the power of Assads law?

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if asad is on majority why didn't he just prevent all this bloodshed from the start by running an election as soon as people started protesting?

just pull back and run an election and if you are majority then you stay in power and if not then you leave it.

Democracy is just an excuse. Did the so called activists buy the election promise in Libya, Tunisia or Egypt?

That said, how can they accept elections when they do not want to talk with the govt based on few hundred causalities? If in fact they cared for loss of human lives then they would have long negotiated and put a stop to loss of life.

Dont be disappointed with Iran or Hezbollah today because when the dust settles down tomorrow you'd be disappointed with yourself for being disappointed with Iran and Hezbollah.

Iran and hizbullah disappointed us by making such a fuss about Bahrain but with Syria they supported the government!!!

Your comparison of Syria and Bahrian would have only had any credibility if the Syrian govt prohibited majority Sunnis from taking part in the govt of Syria or Syrian Army and instead imported Iranian Army officiers to rule over the majority Syrians. Fact of the matter is that majority of Syrian Army is comprised of the Sunnis. In Syria there is no sectarianism as is the case with Bahrain. Like I said- dont be disappointed with Iran and Hezbollah.

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Just mirroring yours, throwing the label "Islamists" around needlessly and denying obvious conspiracies by Islamists.

And here you are, stalking me through yet another thread with your desperate need for attention.

If you were paying attention, you would have noticed that I'm denying no obvious conspiracies by islamists; I'm pointing them out as such.

Morphed, please stop with your "holier-than-thou" attitude and superior tongue demeanor. Is it always a knack for people like you to become so arrogant and proud, that you freely call everyone an Islamist if they try to show you a reality?

And what reality would that be?

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Democracy is just an excuse. Did the so called activists buy the election promise in Libya, Tunisia or Egypt?

That said, how can they accept elections when they do not want to talk with the govt based on few hundred causalities? If in fact they cared for loss of human lives then they would have long negotiated and put a stop to loss of life.

Dont be disappointed with Iran or Hezbollah today because when the dust settles down tomorrow you'd be disappointed with yourself for being disappointed with Iran and Hezbollah.

Your comparison of Syria and Bahrian would have only had any credibility if the Syrian govt prohibited majority Sunnis from taking part in the govt of Syria or Syrian Army and instead imported Iranian Army officiers to rule over the majority Syrians. Fact of the matter is that majority of Syrian Army is comprised of the Sunnis. In Syria there is no sectarianism as is the case with Bahrain. Like I said- dont be disappointed with Iran and Hezbollah.

thumps up, well said, Hussain.

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