Three Syrian children killed ahead of...

Three Syrian children killed ahead of U.N. briefing

There are 77 comments on the The Daily Star story from Sep 24, 2012, titled Three Syrian children killed ahead of U.N. briefing. In it, The Daily Star reports that:

A boy wounded by shrapnel from an air-strike receives treatment in Aleppo's al-Shaar district September 23, 2012.

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jo jo

Southport, Australia

#1 Sep 24, 2012
More evidence that the rebels have no concern over civilian deaths, otherwise they wouldn't put children in the line of fire, knowing that the govt is bound to attack rebel occupied buildings....
Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Sep 24, 2012
jo jo wrote:
More evidence that the rebels have no concern over civilian deaths, otherwise they wouldn't put children in the line of fire, knowing that the govt is bound to attack rebel occupied buildings....
Looks like Assad paid you back Pay? You were complaining the other day that you were going to stop the lies and propaganda if you were not paid in full!! Syria was such a peaceful country as long as everyone obeyed your hero Assad!! They got sick and tired of it!! Hey dummy! It started out with bottles and rocks!! Then your hero Assad used Rockets, grenades, tanks, aircraft? Get real and get a clue!! 20,000 plus of his own people murdered at the hands of your hero Assad! Do you see very many Syrians from Syria Posting?? That's because Assad has a short leash on everyone!! Funny how you clowns live in a country that grants you all the freedom in the world to write your nonsense. The Syrian people have no freedom so what do you clowns do? You stand up for a ruthless Assad Dictator!! And to top it off, somehow Israel and West are involved. The U.S., amazingly U.N., NATO, The Arab League and the list goes on and on have condemned ASSAD. Most civilized countries have elections so when you have brutal Dictators like China, Syria, and Iran there is no way to get rid of the tyrants other than by force!! The people are stuck with their ruthless Dictators their whole lives and then when that clown passes, daddy appoints another ruthless Dictator and this is an endless cycle! It's like a nightmare that will not go away!! I don't blame the people one bit!! Folks! Ask yourself why Jo JO and his Assadomite Syrian are not in Syria while hiding out in the WEST! They are filthy disgusting Paid Assad Sock Puppets! Period!
China, Venezuela and Iran supports Syria and guess what? There is NO freedom in any of those countries either!
Syrian

East Lyme, CT

#3 Sep 24, 2012
jo jo wrote:
More evidence that the rebels have no concern over civilian deaths, otherwise they wouldn't put children in the line of fire, knowing that the govt is bound to attack rebel occupied buildings....
Exactly!!
George

Red Deer, Canada

#4 Sep 24, 2012
jo jo wrote:
More evidence that the rebels have no concern over civilian deaths, otherwise they wouldn't put children in the line of fire, knowing that the govt is bound to attack rebel occupied buildings....
These children were in a building, not with Rebels
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#5 Sep 24, 2012
George wrote:
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These children were in a building, not with Rebels
The usual jojo spin deep denial.
Regime bombing and shelling it's own cities insane dictatorship.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#6 Sep 24, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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The usual jojo spin deep denial.
Regime bombing and shelling it's own cities insane dictatorship.
I know and somehow the blame goes to the Rebels for dropping the bombs. If these civilians were running away or marching for freedom to Turkey they would still be attacked, oh wait, that already happened.

These guys are worse than in denial, misplaced honor is better words for them.
truth always beats lies

Covington, VA

#7 Sep 24, 2012
Another article of BS!! The world knows who is behind the deaths of the citizens in Syria and it is the terrorist funded and armed by the american government and israel as the world knows.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#8 Sep 24, 2012
truth always beats lies wrote:
Another article of BS!! The world knows who is behind the deaths of the citizens in Syria and it is the terrorist funded and armed by the american government and israel as the world knows.
Yup it was those little green men from Covington
truth always beats lies

Covington, VA

#9 Sep 24, 2012
George wrote:
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Yup it was those little green men from Covington
Another silly comeback from you???
jo jo

Winston Hills, Australia

#10 Sep 24, 2012
George wrote:
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I know and somehow the blame goes to the Rebels for dropping the bombs. If these civilians were running away or marching for freedom to Turkey they would still be attacked, oh wait, that already happened.
These guys are worse than in denial, misplaced honor is better words for them.
Unless the Syrian govt was dropping bombs before this rebel/terrorist uprising, then rebels have no fault,... LOL....you guys just want to blame the govt because their doing what any govt would do to protect it's country....just remember no one was dying before all this rebellion...so who's to blame ??????
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#11 Sep 24, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>Unless the Syrian govt was dropping bombs before this rebel/terrorist uprising, then rebels have no fault,... LOL....you guys just want to blame the govt because their doing what any govt would do to protect it's country....just remember no one was dying before all this rebellion...so who's to blame ??????
Assad is to blame he bombing his cities and citizens spin doctor.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#12 Sep 24, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>Unless the Syrian govt was dropping bombs before this rebel/terrorist uprising, then rebels have no fault,... LOL....you guys just want to blame the govt because their doing what any govt would do to protect it's country....just remember no one was dying before all this rebellion...so who's to blame ??????
The blame must go to the people who drew blood first, and that would be Assad and the regime. If you remember or at least acknowledge the fact that the Syrian people were protesting their conditions to the regime and instead of the regime making arrangements to discuss this like grown ups they decided to shoot as many people by snipers to set an example to people who oppose Assad and his team of butchers.

Are you professional enough to admit this as the start?? Or are you saying Assad had the right to kill whom ever he wishes because Syria belongs to him and his family???
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#13 Sep 24, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>Unless the Syrian govt was dropping bombs before this rebel/terrorist uprising, then rebels have no fault,... LOL....you guys just want to blame the govt because their doing what any govt would do to protect it's country....just remember no one was dying before all this rebellion...so who's to blame ??????
Assad is to blame he's bombing his cities and citizens spin doctor.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#14 Sep 24, 2012
truth always beats lies wrote:
Another article of BS!! The world knows who is behind the deaths of the citizens in Syria and it is the terrorist funded and armed by the american government and israel as the world knows.
How on earth would you know that the whole world knows this fact, oh yeah, the little green men, other wise you are full of crap up to your teeth.
abc

Europe

#15 Sep 24, 2012
Sad thing to happen. Why are so many children being victim?

Yes, bombing the civilian home is not right but what choice do they have? There are foreign armed fighters who are attacking armies & army must protect their land.
And media has always been biased.
In one of the program on Syria, they showed aftermath of building that got bombed. And one people was showing anger to both Government for bombing city & rebels for placing AA gun on roof top. But media was just all over government army.
Was it right to place Anti-Aircraft gun on a civilian home in the first place?
truth always beats lies

Covington, VA

#16 Sep 24, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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Assad is to blame he bombing his cities and citizens spin doctor.
No terrorist supporting hasbarat the american government and israel are to blame as they are the ones openly supporting a terrorist proxie force in Syria just as in Libya and this has been well exposed.The Syrian government is fighting the terrorist proxie force as any other country would do if faced with the same situation.
truth always beats lies

Covington, VA

#17 Sep 24, 2012
George wrote:
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How on earth would you know that the whole world knows this fact, oh yeah, the little green men, other wise you are full of crap up to your teeth.
Because it has been well exposed by the government of Syria and most people in the world have commom sense and can see the exact same tactics repeated as was done in Libya.The world is not full of idiots as jewish propagandist like you would like it to be.
jo jo

Winston Hills, Australia

#18 Sep 24, 2012
George wrote:
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The blame must go to the people who drew blood first, and that would be Assad and the regime. If you remember or at least acknowledge the fact that the Syrian people were protesting their conditions to the regime and instead of the regime making arrangements to discuss this like grown ups they decided to shoot as many people by snipers to set an example to people who oppose Assad and his team of butchers.
Are you professional enough to admit this as the start?? Or are you saying Assad had the right to kill whom ever he wishes because Syria belongs to him and his family???
Yes ,the blame goes to those rebels who drew first blood by inciting violence and death in a hope that NATO would come in and do the dirty work for them like Libya, but their dirty plan didn't work, The rebels were never in a position for political dialogue, but if they knew that NATO wasn't going to save their ass, maybe things may have been different now, this violence is a result of armed rebellion which was in no mood of political dialogue relying on NATO, too bad they were wrong, innocent people are dying as a result......
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#19 Sep 24, 2012
jo jo wrote:
<quoted text>Yes ,the blame goes to those rebels who drew first blood by inciting violence and death in a hope that NATO would come in and do the dirty work for them like Libya, but their dirty plan didn't work, The rebels were never in a position for political dialogue, but if they knew that NATO wasn't going to save their ass, maybe things may have been different now, this violence is a result of armed rebellion which was in no mood of political dialogue relying on NATO, too bad they were wrong, innocent people are dying as a result......
Not even remotely close to reality. lol
George

Red Deer, Canada

#20 Sep 24, 2012
truth always beats lies wrote:
<quoted text>No terrorist supporting hasbarat the american government and israel are to blame as they are the ones openly supporting a terrorist proxie force in Syria just as in Libya and this has been well exposed.The Syrian government is fighting the terrorist proxie force as any other country would do if faced with the same situation.
So you are saying because the US has openly said they are giving money to support non military aid to the Rebels and Iran openly admits to sending weapons, troops and money to aid the army the US and somehow Israel are supporting the Rebels in the war military wise.

Please read and do some research

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