Kids used as human shields in Syria

Kids used as human shields in Syria

There are 116 comments on the CNN story from Jun 12, 2012, titled Kids used as human shields in Syria. In it, CNN reports that:

The Syrian regime has used children as human shields and tortured youths whose parents are suspected dissidents, according to a U.N. report .

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George

Red Deer, Canada

#22 Jun 12, 2012
ocxz wrote:
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All this is unreliable.
These people will always charge the syrian government.
One sided information.
so, who are you proposing is the most reliable sourse of information, Assad and SANA??
George

Red Deer, Canada

#23 Jun 12, 2012
Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>You and boyfriend Chris remind me of the movie "Dumb and Dumber!!"
Thanks Avenger, I needed a laugh today
George

Red Deer, Canada

#24 Jun 12, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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It's the reality an uncomfortable one for you.
And despite all it's firepower and Iranian/Hezbollah intervention the regime will still lose.
Now with Russia donated attack helicopters to Assad that should be an invitation to Qatar, Saudi, Turkey and Jordan to enter the Civil War and make it a Middle East War. Then add Iran and Israel and we have beeeg trouble.
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#25 Jun 12, 2012
George wrote:
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so, who are you proposing is the most reliable sourse of information, Assad and SANA??
Yep the dictatorship who else? Forget the UN agencies and monitors. lol

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#26 Jun 12, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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False
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is not the sole source of information coming from Syria.
Defections
Refugees
Journalists
Dissidents
Video
Citizens in transit
Smugglers
etc
There is a reason the world media is blocked from getting into the Syrian regime. The regime is fighting it's own people to the death.
Nix...the US Military does not allow reporters to operate in Afganistan either nor did they in Iraq unless they were inbedded.

The beginning of Inbedding reporters got under way when the US invaded Grenada.
And if the reporters allowed to report don't report what is vetted by the Military? They lose their jobs there and are persona non grade.
Karol

Czeladz, Poland

#27 Jun 12, 2012
probably brave rebels do it.
Can these guys, who are Syrian officials expell these rebels to for instance Turkey and limit propaganda, which poison mindsof these Syrians,it must be uss, british or another propaganda, which fuels people to hatred, fights.
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#28 Jun 12, 2012
StellarKnight wrote:
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Nix...the US Military does not allow reporters to operate in Afganistan either nor did they in Iraq unless they were inbedded.
The beginning of Inbedding reporters got under way when the US invaded Grenada.
And if the reporters allowed to report don't report what is vetted by the Military? They lose their jobs there and are persona non grade.
False
There is independent media in Afghanistan IWPR Institute For War And Peace Reporting. Dozens of private radio and TV stations and hundreds of newspapers as well in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile your hero Tsar Putin is raiding homes of his opposition busting skulls.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-21576...

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#29 Jun 12, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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Yep the dictatorship who else? Forget the UN agencies and monitors. lol
If the American public becomes unresponsive, whats he gonna do?
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#30 Jun 12, 2012
RayOne wrote:
<quoted text>If the American public becomes unresponsive, whats he gonna do?
The American public is unresponsive to the Syria civil war as is the western public in general.
As for "whats he gonna do?" who's he?
George

Red Deer, Canada

#31 Jun 12, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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False
There is independent media in Afghanistan IWPR Institute For War And Peace Reporting. Dozens of private radio and TV stations and hundreds of newspapers as well in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile your hero Tsar Putin is raiding homes of his opposition busting skulls.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-21576...
It is incredible how they let that idiot back into office, not even police or military could stop this guy from taking the election, the vote did not matter it was immaterial and now they have communism basically back in full force.
ocxz

PocÚ-sur-cisse, France

#32 Jun 12, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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It's the reality an uncomfortable one for you.
And despite all it's firepower and Iranian/Hezbollah intervention the regime will still lose.
Correction, it's the reality you try to impose on me via the unreliable information on which you base yourself which is unconfortable for me.
ocxz

PocÚ-sur-cisse, France

#33 Jun 12, 2012
George wrote:
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no, I have not
Yes you have.
You criticize people that do not believe mainstream media while basing yourself on bias reporting from unreliable and unverifiable sources.

Plus you give credit to Avenger for a post written by Ayershitbag.
you are confused.
ocxz

PocÚ-sur-cisse, France

#34 Jun 12, 2012
George wrote:
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Thanks Avenger, I needed a laugh today
Doesn't take much.
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#35 Jun 12, 2012
ocxz wrote:
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Correction, it's the reality you try to impose on me via the unreliable information on which you base yourself which is unconfortable for me.
Impose ya ok little one. lol
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#36 Jun 12, 2012
George wrote:
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It is incredible how they let that idiot back into office, not even police or military could stop this guy from taking the election, the vote did not matter it was immaterial and now they have communism basically back in full force.
Opposing or investigating Putin in Russia is not real wise.
arthur

Saint Albans, Australia

#37 Jun 12, 2012
The UN observers apparently ran over 3 civilians leaving the scene.I assume diplomatic immunity covers these guys.Because a government is in place.Head to Libya where one of my fellow citizens is imprisoned.This is the Syria of the future.
arthur

Saint Albans, Australia

#38 Jun 12, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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Opposing or investigating Putin in Russia is not real wise.
Putin keeps Russia stable.That's a good thing.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#39 Jun 12, 2012
Avenger wrote:
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Opposing or investigating Putin in Russia is not real wise.
Hey yo, I think oxyc or ocxy or something like that is a little p o ed at you.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#40 Jun 12, 2012
arthur wrote:
<quoted text>Putin keeps Russia stable.That's a good thing.
So does great Vodka, I think they like that better.
arthur

Rye, Australia

#41 Jun 13, 2012
George wrote:
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So does great Vodka, I think they like that better.
Both shall be supplied for the next decade.

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