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Syria - Video On Al Manar Website For Bbc

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Yes this is more of the same of what I've been claiming all along, Syrian regime is being punished for its resistance to zionisim rather than its oppression of its people, Just look at Egypt now where the people are rising against this phoney so-called revolution that installed millitary leaders that wish to safeguard Mubaraks legacy, the police have killed over 40 pepple so far who were peacefully demonstrating for true democracy, yet not even a boo from western politicians.

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Yes this is more of the same of what I've been claiming all along, Syrian regime is being punished for its resistance to zionisim rather than its oppression of its people, Just look at Egypt now where the people are rising against this phoney so-called revolution that installed millitary leaders that wish to safeguard Mubaraks legacy, the police have killed over 40 pepple so far who were peacefully demonstrating for true democracy, yet not even a boo from western politicians.

Let's be real no matter what your "western politicians" do or say you will find fault. They are either according to you taking the "wrong side" or if they say something to support the "right side" again according to you, it is a conspiricy. That's the way I see it.

I am a little unclear about the video, what appeared phoney to me was the dude's nose. The woman's voice sounds like Elise Ducet. Do you really believe the man on the street in Syria is going to say anything the gov't does not want to hear?

Is there anything in your world in your world that you do not relate to Israel and Paletine? I ask because you play that card at every turn.

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Yeah right, western politicians are really benovelant right Satyaban, they really just care about people lives. WHY DO WE DOUBT THEM SO??? We just must be racist or something right. NO YOU let's be real ok. They don't give a RATS about freedom, democracy, or peoples lives.

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Love the video, yeah tell her, If you haven't been inside Syria yet then why make up lie about it! Wait what am i asking, WE ALL KNOW WHY.

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Let's be real no matter what your "western politicians" do or say you will find fault. They are either according to you taking the "wrong side" or if they say something to support the "right side" again according to you, it is a conspiricy. That's the way I see it.

Is there anything in your world in your world that you do not relate to Israel and Paletine? I ask because you play that card at every turn.

A little bit of transparency from the west will do me fine, One of the forms of democracy is freedom and human rights, while Syria is not the perfect place it is a hell of a lot better than all the gulf countries, Compare the plight of woman between Saudi Arabia and Syria, in Syria woman are educated and encouraged to work they are free and respected to go out in public, Saudi Arabia which is supported by the west oppreses womans rights and dosnt let them drive,vote and then sentences woman who have been raped to lashings (instead of counciling), while the perpetrators are let off because apparently the woman was asking for it simply for being out in public without a male relative.

The funny thing is Saudi Arabia wants to send observers to Syria with regards to human rights violatiions... :lol: hello, and you've got the nerve to question why i claim there is hypocricy.

To me this is proof that according to the west human rights and democracy are measured by the obediance of the government towards western foriegn policy, and that also means oppresing the rights of their citizens and muteing the protests in the case of Israeli crimes towards the arabs.

what appeared phoney to me was the dude's nose

I can tell just by looking at your profile picture that your nose is not the most pleasant looking thing either, just dont give us a side on profile.

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Bernard-Henri Levy declares war on Syria

Influential French Zionist Bernard-Henri Levy, who played a key role in NATO’s intervention in Libya, is now hoping to repeat the same scenario in Syria.

In a revealing installment of his weekly column Le Point magazine titled “Endgame in Syria,” French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy claims that Syrian opposition figures he’s in touch with are increasingly coming around to the view that military intervention, Libya-style, may be the only way to get rid of the regime in Damascus.

He ends his article with a quasi-official declaration of war on Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Levy, who bragged in his last book about the strong influence he has over French President Nicolas Sarkozy, confessed that the two conspired together to marginalize the French foreign ministry so that it would not impede NATO’s intervention in Libya.

In his recent column, Levy reveals secret efforts he has undertaken in the past few months to convince Syrian opposition figures to support him in what he calls the “Gaddafi theory.”

He argues that NATO intervention to overthrow the Libyan dictator has set a “precedent” in the 21st century for developing a new doctrine for toppling authoritarian regimes that shoot at their own people.

Levy goes on to affirm that the Syrian regime will be toppled along the lines of the Libyan scenario, adding that all that is left in Syria is “the final scene which has not been completely written yet.”

Levy, who is well-known for his Zionist views, revealed that his behind-the-scenes endeavor began six months ago with a meeting in London with former Syrian vice president Rifaat Assad.

Perhaps this explains Rifaat’s surprise appearance in Paris last week to call on the Assad family to step down, and for the Syrian people to take up arms against the regime.

Levy also confirms in his column that a number of Syrian opposition figures and military officers who have defected have told him in meetings and discussions he has held with them during the course of the uprising that they support “international intervention.”

On the other hand, Levy says that “a nascent regional power called Qatar” is behind the latest Arab League initiative on Syria, which is part of a plan inspired by the “Libyan precedent.”

Levy goes on to say: “As in Libya? Yes, as in Libya. It is the ‘Libyan precedent’ all over again. The same force, nay, the same forces producing the same effect. How do those involved not see it? What autism prevents Bashar Assad from understanding that the same coalition which toppled Gaddafi is coming together again to topple him?”

The most interesting piece of information revealed in Levy’s article is how a number of Syrian opposition figures he talked to shifted their position towards supporting “international intervention.”

“That had been a taboo until now. ‘Intervention’ was a word that ought not to be uttered. There were, even in France, Syrian opposition figures whom I met while preparing for a rally in solidarity with Syrian civilians this past summer who told me at the time that they would prefer to die than say the word ‘intervention’ or ‘international intervention’,” Levy wrote.

“This is the reason why we did not do in Syria what we did in Libya. Not because of double standards. This ‘moral scandal’ has many reasons and justifications, first among them is that Syrian opposition figures, unlike their Libyan counterparts, not only did not ask for intervention, but often opposed it. Their views however are beginning to change. And this is the reason why the regime in Damascus is doomed,” he continued.

“The war has been declared on Assad.”

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