Syria: terrorists collapsing in Aleppo

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  1. SyrianGirl1982

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    Another great week for the army and Syria as a whole.

    The siege of Aleppo Central Prison has been lifted. 1500 terrorists died and 5000 wounded in the 18 month siege, yet they couldnt overtake it.

    Wounded soldier celebrates in the prison

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    The troops inside the prison did not shave for a long long time due to the siege!

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    Even the inmates are happy!

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    Epic video

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    Jeannette Well-Known Member Donor

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    Thank heaven, what those terrorist bastards did to that country. Why don't they get the d*mn h*ll out of Syria and go home. :disbelief:
     
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    The Assad regime has terrorized its own people for decades. Thats how the civil war started, political dissidents wanted the terrorist Assad the d-mn h-ll out of Syria in the first place, then al-qaeda took advantage and moved in. Assad is a tyrant who has had kids genitals electrocuted. He deserves the same.
     
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    Armchair extremism .
     
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    Its extremism to support dictators who torture and commit mass murder against their own people. Assad, Qadhaafi, Saddam Hussein, Khomeini, all of them tortured and executed thousands of their own, including children. Oh, and they happen to be anti-zionist and 'sympathetic' to the palestinians too, yet give them no land or property of their own. Lovely people. Israel's refugees not only have homes and new land, but they serve in high positions in government. If you support Assad, why don't you go fight for him in Syria and participate in the war crimes he is carrying out against his own people? Anything less would be 'armchair baathism' by your logic.
     
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    Those who support democracy should always support democracy- even when it returns leaderships which don't fit their preconceived ideas.

    Not all democracies are the same . Some are less efficient than even the Western varieties of ' representative ' democracy which are mostly , sadly, corrupted and disfunctional.

    Assad is Syria's legitimate leader. Morsi is Egypts legitimate leader. Gaddafi was Libya's legitimate leader. Hussein was Iraq's legitimate leader. Hamas is Palestine's legitimately-elected government, Hizb'allah is part of Lebanon's legitimately elected government- all these according to the systems and laws of their own respective countries.

    Armchair extremists who act out their own fantasies of torture and mayhem in the wake of the sick policies of the Westen military-industrial complex are, we realise already, unable to bear that in mind.
     
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    First off, I never supported any of these dictators or regimes. Secondly, I'm not any more 'extremist' than you for posting my opinion. Lastly, all of these regimes and dictators that you are defending for being democratically elected, are not democratically elected with the exception of Hamas. The rest came to power by violent means (especially in the case of Saddam and the house of Hafez and his boy, and Qadhaafi). The other groups like Hamas and Hezbollah are elected (although the latter came to power with the help of the dictatorship of iran and its revolutionary guards), just like Hitler was elected, this means nothing. I have never supported any nation building in the middle east. And I am not the one acting out any 'fantasies of torture and mayhem'. Assad and the rest of the lot are the ones who have acted out their sadistic fantasies in reality. None of these leaders you mentioned are legitimate by any means. You can blast the west all you want and have a right to do so but to support these monsters in reaction to any hypocrisy on the west's part is itself monstrous and morally outrageous.

    And btw, I wouldn't be going around calling anyone else an 'armchair activist" when you yourself continually type your 'neo-zionist hasbara' rants against Israel from a computer without physically doing anything about it. Hate Israel? Fine, join the dictators and terrorist groups you support and fight Israel in the front lines. Warning though, you won't get very far.
     
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    Agitprop of the worst order. Back-stage provocation- just as described.
     
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    Great minds think alike. From the former UK diplomat, Craig Murray:

    "It is quite extraordinary to me how very little publicity is being given to the CIA sponsored military coup in Libya, following the same event in Egypt. The Arab Spring was front page headlines. The CIA and Saudi sponsored cooperation to turn it back to the deepest of freezes virtually gets no mention. This is even true of Libya, where we bombed tens of thousands of civilians to a pulp to ensure the changeover of regime, under the guise of installing democracy. The real aim was never democracy, but a neo-con friendly government, which is so much better secured under the auspices of the CIA.

    The sheer arrogance of the political class and mainstream media in their hasty acceptance of the re-establishment of military dictatorship in Egypt, as though nothing wrong had happened, has been breathtaking – and almost entirely unchallenged. Tony Blair’s defence of the coup as the need to overthrow “political Islam” is not stated so openly by governments, but is indeed the motivation. Democracy is a good thing – except for Muslims, is their belief. Yet the government of Saudi Arabia is the most appalling example of entrenched “political Islam” in the world. But as it is unabashedly billionaire and neo-con friendly and pro-Israel, the Arab Gulf State model of political Islam is acceptable to the West. Only democratic, popular, political Islam must be overthrown."

    http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2014/05/cia-triumph/
     
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    Nobody terrorized me or my family. Ever.

    The only people terrorizing me are those wahhabi dogs sent here by Obama.
     
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    I know Syrians and they have had it quite well under Assad, that is until outside elements began to infiltrate and destroy that beautiful country. As for Western propaganda stating otherwise, well it can be believed as much as the lies our media keeps blasting about Ukraine. :oldman:
     
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    Of course they never terrorized you or your family, you support Assad. Political dissidents and minorities like the jews of syria on the other hand have a much different version of events.

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    Yeah, that boy who had his genitals electrocuted has had a great life under assad. Same with the four jewish girls that tried to escape his father's regime in the 70s. Being raped, tortured, and murdered must be fun, I must have been lied to my entire life.
     
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    Anyone who opposes secular non-sectarian Syria needs to be persecuted. Anyone who opposes secular Syria is my personal enemy, even if it's a relative.

    Syria will either be secular or there won't be Syria at all.
     
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    Soldiers in the Aleppo Prison the lifting of siege after 18 months!

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    Syrians relaxing amid the ruins. Life goes on!

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    Future of Syria is in good hands!

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    His regime did this. You defend it. Shout and defend the little hitler all you want, it won't change history. One day he will be held accountable for his electro torture against the innocent syrian people including children. So will his demonic wife.
     
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    Sometimes you have to evaluate a situation by examining all the variables and the possible alternatives.

    Yes Baathist movement is fascist and it wouldn't stand anywhere in the west but the choice is between them and the KSA financed cannibals .
    Syrians are not desert nomads,they are a proud nation with very long history and do not deserve to live like Saudi or Yemeni Homo Habilis.
     
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    Yeah, the same regime that gave nazi war criminals refuge. Of course you aren't oppressed you are a baathist supporter. You defend the regime's torture of political dissidents and minorities including the electro torture of children. May the leaders of this regime rot in hell if there is such a place, it must have been made for them.

    Those Syrians in the pic must be 'ashkeNAZI' jews in disguise, there are too 'white' to be arabs. Because according to this forum, arabs don't have blue eyes and white skin ever, and only 'ashkeNAZI' jews do. lmao what hasbara
     
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    Non sectarian? They have persecuted political dissidents and some minorities (cough cough syrian jews) for decades. Secular? They support religious extremists like Hamas and Hezbollah.
     
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    HAHAHA Pathetic!

    Most Syrians are very "White looking". I lived in the USA before and was confused with being Italian all the time.

    Even Bashar Assad has blue eyes.

    Syrian women in the Army. You going to deny they are Arab? Haha

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    Syrian wedding

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    Syrian society was very secular. It was not affected by the direction of the foreign policy! Syrian women and minorities were the most free in the region!
     
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    Difference between Al Qaeda and Hezbollah

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    Thanks for proving my point, I was being sarcastic in quoting some anti-zionists. I am middle eastern too btw (my dad is Israeli jewish with baghdadi origins and Kurdish jewish, and some origins in Jerusalem, mostly iraqi (baghdadi/though). Most of my family is dark, but some are red heads with blue eyes and freckles. My dad is brown skinned. My point was also that some 'ashkeNAZI' jews are browner than we are.

    Syrian Jews were not free under Hafez Assad though. Hebrew was banned and it was illegal to leave syria. Damascus was under constant surveillance and spying. And Syrian Jews who tried to escape were raped, tortured, murdered and their bodies were mutilated by Syrian police. I can provide link if requested.
     
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    Ziomania only posts jews heavily mixed with northern european or sub saharan african, the anti-semite/anti-zionist that runs the site never posts pics of these AshkeNAZI jews with this dark complexion.

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    Its ziomania HASBARA :smile:. Evil "White" european ashkeNAZI colonialists invaded palestine, that is the narrative of theirs, even though as you pointed out, Assad himself is levantine and 'white' with blue eyes, many palestinians look identical to the light skinned syrians.

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    You can't make this stuff up. lmao
     
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    So one cannibal eats a heart and suddenly everyone who is opposing the Butcher is a cannibal?

    I couldn't care less if they ate the tyrant's tiny scrotum.

    Yeah, because they were doing so great before the war, when tens thousands of its population had to come to tiny Lebanon to find a job, because their socialist government is a corrupt one and incompetent one.

    Unfortunately for you, the old Syria is never coming back.
     
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    I do not support discrimination against any ethnic group. Jews have a long history in Syria... They lived here until 20 years ago.

    There are still Jews and Synagogues in Syria. They can practice their faith freely. Many left in 1990s because Syria allowed them to, and because the living standards in the West are higher. It does not mean they faced massive discrimination back home!
     

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