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Ali-Reza

Syrian Official: 'we Have Already Won'

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So you are aware that the tamil tigers were defeated after 25 years of fighting with the Sri Lankan army, Why do you think its unlikely for the Syrian army to retake the areas that they have lost?

the video i posted was meant to highlight to you that the FSA are not a sensible organisation that have a steady vision for the future of Syria, if they are treating each other that way then how are they ever supposed to act as a responsible force that will govern Syria?

No you do not have to apologize, there is nothing wrong with you stating your opinions on a public forum, that's what they are there for.

After the revolution ends, a future Syrian army won't be loyal to Assad, it will consist of former rebels. There is simply no comparison between the defeat of the Tamil Tigers and your wish for an (impossible) Assad victory. The conflict in Sri Lanka was one of a minority fighting for secession against an army supported by more than 70% of the population - not a popular revolution that is represented by 70% of the population. Also, the Americans helped the Sri Lankan army regain everything within months - it was essentialy a stalemate for decades. Edited by Abu_Muslim

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After the revolution ends, a future Syrian army won't be loyal to Assad, it will consist of former rebels. There is simply no comparison between the defeat of the Tamil Tigers and your wish for an (impossible) Assad victory. The conflict in Sri Lanka was one of a minority fighting for secession against an army supported by more than 70% of the population - not a popular revolution that is represented by 70% of the population. Also, the Americans helped the Sri Lankan army regain everything within months - it was essentialy a stalemate for decades.

Supported by 70% in Syria?

No single Alawite, Christian, Druze, and SUNNI KURDS support your terrorist FSA. Sunni Kurds as it is known make up 10 to 15 percent of the entire Syrian population. They went on their own ways, they took charge of their own city with under the table deals made with Assad months ago, and kicked terrorists out of their cities in many clashes that were even reported in Saudi owned media outlets like Al-Arabiya.

The rest of population, 50% Sunni Arabs are divided in many-many groups, where majority of them is either silenced and they will go and follow the winner, or they still support Assad and fight the terrorists, those who joined rebels excluded.

The war is supported mainly by Takfiris, Salafis, Ikhwanists and a few old-thugs in exile, they do not even have the support of more than 20% of the population!

IF THEY DID, THERE WOULDN'T BE ANY NEED FOR FOREIGN FIGHTERS... They would have fought the minority soldiers by their great numbers. The fact that they need their sister-groups in other countries to send fighters from Chechen to Afghanistan to Salafi Arab countries shows their weakness and lack of their ability to moblize local Sunni Arabs.

70% of Syria could be Sunni, including the Sunni Kurds, Baathists, secluar, Islamists, or simply ordinary ppl... Fool, every single person in that 70% does not follow or fight for the fall of their government and the appointment of a puppet.

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Supported by 70% in Syria?

No single Alawite, Christian, Druze, and SUNNI KURDS support your terrorist FSA. Sunni Kurds as it is known make up 10 to 15 percent of the entire Syrian population. They went on their own ways, they took charge of their own city with under the table deals made with Assad months ago, and kicked terrorists out of their cities in many clashes that were even reported in Saudi owned media outlets like Al-Arabiya.

The rest of population, 50% Sunni Arabs are divided in many-many groups, where majority of them is either silenced and they will go and follow the winner, or they still support Assad and fight the terrorists, those who joined rebels excluded.

The war is supported mainly by Takfiris, Salafis, Ikhwanists and a few old-thugs in exile, they do not even have the support of more than 20% of the population!

IF THEY DID, THERE WOULDN'T BE ANY NEED FOR FOREIGN FIGHTERS... They would have fought the minority soldiers by their great numbers. The fact that they need their sister-groups in other countries to send fighters from Chechen to Afghanistan to Salafi Arab countries shows their weakness and lack of their ability to moblize local Sunni Arabs.

70% of Syria could be Sunni, including the Sunni Kurds, Baathists, secluar, Islamists, or simply ordinary ppl... Fool, every single person in that 70% does not follow or fight for the fall of their government and the appointment of a puppet.

Actually, Sunni Kurds have agreed to work with the Arab Sunni opposition in Syria against the regime. Sunni Kurds may not all be fighting within the local Arab battalions but they certainly aren't fighting alongside the regime and would love to see the regime collapse. You have a lot to say against 'foreign fighters', but Iranian basijis are just as foreign to Syria as Chechen resistance fighters are. Edited by Abu_Muslim

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Actually, Sunni Kurds have agreed to work with the Arab Sunni opposition in Syria against the regime. Sunni Kurds may not all be fighting within the local Arab battalions but they certainly aren't fighting alongside the regime and would love to see the regime collapse. You have a lot to say against 'foreign fighters', but Iranian basijis are just as foreign to Syria as Chechen resistance fighters are.

Sunni Kurds never agreed on anything with Sunni Arabs... They had enough of discrimination from Iraq to Turkey to Syria from Arabs to Turks and etc... including the Syrian government.

They simply made a deal under the table to take over the areas from Syrian gov. and keep away the rebels. They totally have a different life-style and can NEVER live under Salafi Arabs or the Takfiris...

And we were discussing 70% of the population supporting the Takfiris, what you brought up... totally unrealistic.

And yes, there is nothing wrong with Syrian government to bring in Iranians, Russians, Chinese or any other power to defend against terrorists.

Qatar brought Americans and gave them a base, Bahrain built 5th fleet under the Americans boots, Saudi invited Americans and Britz to defend themselves against Saddam, Yemen under Saleh brought Saudis, Alqaida, Jordanians and even Pakistanis to fight Houthis 2009-2010... Because they claim to be the official governments and can do whatever they want.

But, revolution is by the ppl,, not foreign fighters, not terrorism, not by Chechen or Libyans in Syrian lands. This is a joke!

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^^ please!

Revolution in syria? Ha.

Maybe thats why Imam Ali a.s said expect relief after three major signs.

1) the dispute among the ppl of sham

2) the black banner army comes out from khorassan

3) loud shout/qazza in ramathan

Soon enuff bashar will fail and sufyani will rise

Asalam alaykoom

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And yes, there is nothing wrong with Syrian government to bring in Iranians, Russians, Chinese or any other power to defend against terrorists.

By that standard, you should have no problem with the Bahraini government having brought in Saudi troops to stamp out the demonstrations, since after all the Bahraini government was also claiming that the uprising was one of terrorists fueled by outside influence (Iran) intent on furthering its own political power agenda in the region.

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By that standard, you should have no problem with the Bahraini government having brought in Saudi troops to stamp out the demonstrations, since after all the Bahraini government was also claiming that the uprising was one of terrorists fueled by outside influence (Iran) intent on furthering its own political power agenda in the region.

It is not about me...

But yea that is what meant if every single country brings in other troops to fight a war then why Iran or Syria should be excluded!

And yet again you are biased when comparing Syria and Bahrain.. one country who is fighting a war while in the other country not a single person took out a gun or a knife to terrotize ppl or even attack the gov.

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It is not about me...

But yea that is what meant if every single country brings in other troops to fight a war then why Iran or Syria should be excluded!

And yet again you are biased when comparing Syria and Bahrain.. one country who is fighting a war while in the other country not a single person took out a gun or a knife to terrotize ppl or even attack the gov.

So, the Bahraini governments claims otherwise. If it is okay for Bahrain to bring Saudi-troops, then it is okay for Syria to bring the Iranians. However, people seem to mix between the two situations.

Although the damage in Syria is far worst than Bahrain.

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The evidence used to prove that the regime is winning is the fact that Damascus did not fall in the hands of the FSA. This shows the weakness of the regime rather then its strength. As the regime has redefined the battle from being the battle for "Syria" to being a battle for Damascus. The regime cannot survive with the territory it has now. One of the two sides will have to take over most of the country, otherwise Syria will soon turn into a failed state.

Regardless of what happens in Syria, the Assad regime might be able to control the capital and some parts of the country for a long time, but it will never be as strong as it was. The old strong Assad regime is already dead, it has been replaced by a much weaker Assad regime.

No, I disagree with you.

For you are in the United States or ewstern Europe and the news of what you get about Syria and events in Syria is all wrong. i.e. Hitler believes his own propaganda! The so-called 'rebels' have said that they can only hold out until July or August of the current year.

They are only trying to "prove," like a White person from the [global White supremacist] United States of America " proves " to himself that which they wish to be true by repeating the same untruth over and over and over with nothing to show for it.

Now, come July 2013 or August 2013, this summer the cowards will be dying in the land of the couragious people of Syria as they are in February of 2013 or they had been in January of 2013.

The [global] White racist [so-called] " people of the United States of America " are trying to socially engineer just enough people togeather to make it appear that the [so-called] " opposition " is maintaining a serious presence inside of Shams while they have placed serious followers of al-Qaeda takfiri Salafist "jihadists" in positions of rebellion inside of Syria and supporters and followers of a "secularism" which should want "peace with Israel" and "friendship with the U.S. American and NATO White racist people and their governments in positions of rebellion inside of Syria while none of these people they are currently able to maintain within Free Shams can ever agree to so much as even cross the same street togeather.

The U.S. White cowards who fought with the United States Marine Corps and Army will have to make a serious stand "with their allies against Assad" if they intend to progress further.

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By that standard, you should have no problem with the Bahraini government having brought in Saudi troops to stamp out the demonstrations, since after all the Bahraini government was also claiming that the uprising was one of terrorists fueled by outside influence (Iran) intent on furthering its own political power agenda in the region.

The issue of Bahrain is different because the protester there did not take up arms in their uprising. They instead showed power by numbers. Even 2 years later there is no still armed factions calling to topple the govt.

I did post a link to wikileaks which showed that Iran had no involvement in Bahrain uprising. Its understandable the shias are upset due to them being in a majority yet treated like garbage.

Btw: Do you pretend to be impartial when it comes to Iran only or is it in general?

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Best case scenario for Al-Assad is something similar to Lebanon in the 80s and 90s with multiple warlords and groups controlling different parts. Probably headed that way. I can't see how he can win outright.

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Best case scenario for Al-Assad is something similar to Lebanon in the 80s and 90s with multiple warlords and groups controlling different parts. Probably headed that way. I can't see how he can win outright.

God Will Carry Assad and the Alawites.

God Will Carry the people of Syria and all of the people more so and more so each and every day against the machinations of the global power and domination hungry White people from the United States and their allies in the White racist European economies.

The whole world is already today beginning to turn against the Whites from America and against their so-called anti-democracy "international community."

Yo ! Mahdi Madad

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There is actually no way for Assad to win. He lost all his money, Syrian infrastructure is very much destroyed. And even if Assad some way by miracle militarily runned over rebels in Aleppo province, Damashq province and deir ezzor province, there would still be continuing fuerrilla civil war. But at present Assad army needs money and oil. Their money income has plummeted because of civil war and lost in exports and produce. And they need oil, bug they lost already most of their oilfields and dams.

There are three possible outcomes for this conflict, none of them good for him.

1. Assad army and support will eventually collapse. That result would be the same, as in Libya and Iraq. Forbidding of Bath party and their politicians and multiparty elections and change of constitution..

2. Assad will go and all people from his government, who were responcible for the bloodbath. Maybe 100 political and military figures. And there will be multiparty elections and change of constitution.

3. Syria will become like Somalia, infrastructure will be destroyed. Iran and Gulf Arab counties will ve dragged in. And in this option there will be massive losses for all and MANY Shia will be killed. It is bot something I want, but if Syria would fall down, Sunnis just are majority almost everywhere. And in this outcome Kurdish part would become independent probably creating Kurdish state in the areas of Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Iran. The third option would be lose-lose situation for everyone, except kurds.

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If Assad somehow won militarily, Iran would need to support Assad for pretty long time with 3-5 bn dollars a year just to run his government. And rebuilding of Syria would cost at least 20 billion more. Much of Syria infrastructire is in ruins. And Assad would be under permanent sanctions. And Iran would have to pay all that. Because no other Muslim country apart of maybe Iraq would help him. But actually Iraq has their own problems now, they can not help Syria at present.

I seriously think that political solution with Assad going and multiparty elections would be best option for all. Including Shias and Iran.

Think about it. There was civil war raged by Arab Sunnis in Iraq, massively rich oil building country for about 7 years pretty strongly. And there were against them American army, Shias, Kurds. And they were only maybe 25% minority in the country. It is crazy to think that after a war like this where Sunni Arabs have over 60 percent majority, there would not be devastating, massive insurgency.

And how would Assad survive that under international sanctions? I dont think Iran is ready to pay 5-10 billion a year to Assad for the next 20 years. That is quite a lot of money.

Practically even military victory is not enough for Assad. He would need to win hearts of all of those Sunni, whose cities his planes have bombed and destroyed. I dont think, people living in Darayya, Howla, Aleppo, Bab, Deir Ezzor, Mayadin, Abu Kamal, etc would easily start suddenly love Assad. If not, he will have to get military victory and after that deal with popular insurgwncy with all of those places.

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