Posts Tagged ‘Aleppo’

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Syrian Girl
May 13, 2014

Rebels have cut off the water supply to Aleppo, Syria’s largest city, now for the tenth day , people are drinking from dirty inner city streams with makeshift water pumps. abu Ayman an Emir of Jabhat AL Nusra AKA AlQaeda working with the “Islamic Front” formely the FSA, shut down main pumps at Slieman Halabi station. cutting off the water from western aleppo which is under the Syrian Army’s control”, apperantly they accidently cut off the water to their own areas too. I point out that the human rights organisations are ignoring this, the media is either ignoring it or lying about it.

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CounterPsyOps

War surgeon and co-founder of “Doctors without Borders”, Jacques Bérès, tells his experience treating injured Jihadists in Aleppo, Syria, among them French terrorists who want to “emulate Al Qaeda terrorist, Mohamed Merah.”

 

 

 

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After suffering for few weeks of horror imposed by Turkey’s FSA terrorists in their city, Aleppo residents went out in packed rallies celebrating the cleansing by the Syrian Arab Army of a number of neighborhoods from those terrorists.
Chants: God Bless the Army roared all
over the area.

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NATO´s Economical, Military and Moral Bankruptcy.

by Christof Lehmann
nsnbc
August 1, 2012

The so-called “Battle for Aleppo” is letting the truth about NATO´s war on Syria transpire with all possible clarity. Russian Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov used the irony of understatement when he pointed out that “some media outlets are providing advance coverage of the events”. On his web-site, Gatilov stated that “tendentious media outlets are trying by all means to make up for what the opposition has failed to achieve”.

The so-called “Battle for Aleppo” is showing with all possible clarity that the NATO/GCC/Israeli Discount Army of Low Lives, Al Qaeda, Muslim Brothers, and hands for hire is no match for the Syrian Military and for the people of Syria. They can create terror, and they do. They can spread murder and may-ham, and they do. They can rob, plunder, rape and pillage, and they do. They can…

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by Christof Lehmann
nsnbc
August 6, 2012

Yesterday the Iranian News Agency FARS reported that the Syrian Military had arrested a Turkish General in Aleppo, Syria. (1) Not Surprisingly the Turkish government vehemently denies that Syria should have arrested the General. It also denied that the Phantom F4 fighter jet that was downed by the Syrian military over a months ago had illegally entered Syrian air-space while Turkey admittedly is waging an illegal war on Syria.

The report has, in spite of Turkish attempts to rebut it, gained in credibility when the Iranian Member of Parliament, Mansour Haghighat-Pour demanded that Ankara should answer for the activities of the Turkish general who had been arrested in Aleppo.

Mansour Haghighat-Pour is the Vice Chairman of the Iranian Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, a position that provides privileged access to information from a usually very well informed Iranian Intelligence Community.

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Friends of Syria

Foreign journalists, who left Aleppo last night, confirmed that many escapes have been recorded in the ranks of terrorists.

The terrorists, as they said, had escaped into the northern villages, or maybe to Turkey.

The escapes are related to harsh strikes made by Syrian air forces for the dens and strongholds of the militants.

Al-Watan Newspaper indicated that the decisive battle will begin within hours.

The Newspaper quoted journalists that the Army has begun setting up checkpoints in several neighborhoods of Aleppo, in order to prevent the rest of who have remained in to escape or withdraw, pointing out that the Army has made it up to annihilate every single terrorist there.

In the same context, media sources confirmed that the Syrian Arab Army has made a progress last night in Salah el-Din neighbourhood.

The very sources indicated that military enforcements are on way to ring the bell of the…

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