Syrian warplanes pound rebel position...

Syrian warplanes pound rebel positions in north

There are 266 comments on the KFBB story from May 9, 2013, titled Syrian warplanes pound rebel positions in north. In it, KFBB reports that:

Syrian warplanes pounded rebel targets in two northern provinces on Thursday as President Bashar Assad's troops pushed on with an offensive to reclaim more territory from the opposition.

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William

Usk, UK

#1 May 9, 2013
Well done !
Falcon

UK

#2 May 9, 2013
Onwards, Onwards Men!!! This momentum has got the US scrambling and those corrupt politicians are crying to Russia now, talk about a devious plan blowing up in your face... Russia shouldn't heed any restraints called on by the west regarding the sale and distribution of those S-300s. Syria has the legitimate right to protect its air space come a no fly zone, besides nobody wants another al quada run Libya compliments of NATO...
Samin

Ashburn, VA

#3 May 9, 2013
Yeah ,,good works to ground the terrorist.
Oliver Cromwell

Motherwell, UK

#4 May 9, 2013
Falcon wrote:
Onwards, Onwards Men!!! This momentum has got the US scrambling and those corrupt politicians are crying to Russia now, talk about a devious plan blowing up in your face... Russia shouldn't heed any restraints called on by the west regarding the sale and distribution of those S-300s. Syria has the legitimate right to protect its air space come a no fly zone, besides nobody wants another al quada run Libya compliments of NATO...
He He,can you believe that Wanker Kerry he thinks he can threaten the Russians not to give S300s to Syria,i hope they already have them,the US wants those Zionist gangsters to be free to bomb any country they want without a heavy price to pay,Syrian Army and airforce pound those terrorists into Rat shit.
Da real Assad

Franklin, GA

#7 May 9, 2013
We already have S-300 AD systems this was a new order of new mobile and upgraded units.. Price tag over 900 million! Long live the SAA
addendum

Syria

#8 May 9, 2013
Da real Assad wrote:
We already have S-300 AD systems this was a new order of new mobile and upgraded units.. Price tag over 900 million! Long live the SAA
Also S 450 missiles are on their way..wait and see these babies how they do
Falcon

UK

#9 May 9, 2013
Da real Assad wrote:
We already have S-300 AD systems this was a new order of new mobile and upgraded units.. Price tag over 900 million! Long live the SAA
Excuse me your eminency, but do you have a link for this. Everything points to the fact that you are still purchasing this from Russia.. Ouch!! Hope ur not going broke with all these toys
rtloder

Australia

#10 May 9, 2013
Falcon wrote:
Onwards, Onwards Men!!! This momentum has got the US scrambling and those corrupt politicians are crying to Russia now, talk about a devious plan blowing up in your face... Russia shouldn't heed any restraints called on by the west regarding the sale and distribution of those S-300s. Syria has the legitimate right to protect its air space come a no fly zone, besides nobody wants another al quada run Libya compliments of NATO...

Don't talk to me about game changers .
I got a game changer of my own coming up when I get a new battery for my apparatus .
I'm going to flatten all the imbeciles of the forum.
By asking one question.
What right does Israel have to occupy Palestine.
" Also ".
Referring to Xi Jinping's four points for peace.
Xi wants to battle it out in the Middle East
rather than the East.
To support him in that he does have the Bible to support him.
Fortunately the Bible has been superseded by the Koran.
Bringing into mention "the final Day".
George

Red Deer, Canada

#11 May 9, 2013
Falcon wrote:
Onwards, Onwards Men!!! This momentum has got the US scrambling and those corrupt politicians are crying to Russia now, talk about a devious plan blowing up in your face... Russia shouldn't heed any restraints called on by the west regarding the sale and distribution of those S-300s. Syria has the legitimate right to protect its air space come a no fly zone, besides nobody wants another al quada run Libya compliments of NATO...
Why would the US be scrambling, they never were in the war, ya dummy? As far as running to Russia, well ever heard of an invitation, of course not, that would not fit into your bigoted remarks, countries from around the world are wanting the death to stop in Syria, and now Russia announced it too wants to protect the Syrian people not just one of them. Yes Syria has the right to purchase the S-300's and Israel has the right to blow them up, your move
Falcon

UK

#12 May 9, 2013
rtloder wrote:
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Don't talk to me about game changers .
I got a game changer of my own coming up when I get a new battery for my apparatus .
I'm going to flatten all the imbeciles of the forum.
By asking one question.
What right does Israel have to occupy Palestine.
" Also ".
Referring to Xi Jinping's four points for peace.
Xi wants to battle it out in the Middle East
rather than the East.
To support him in that he does have the Bible to support him.
Fortunately the Bible has been superseded by the Koran.
Bringing into mention "the final Day".
Well then, its funny how the west has superseded the Mid-East in technology, discoveries in all aspects of life and has relative peace amongst each other, they have even taken in other religions to practice freely in their countries... All of this whilst reading from the bible, in fact you are a benefactor of God's free will choice which is wielded in Australia.. Looking at how muslims treat each other only shows how primitive and violent the Koran is, the west don't only treat each other with civility, but go even further to accept outside races to practice their cultures with complete freedom. Now that sounds a bit more progressive than the Mid-east where in some places if not in most will have you punished or executed if found with a bible. Those are the same followers that read from the Koran, much like you hey... The prove is in the pudding, and the Islam pudding has past its sell by date...
Falcon

UK

#13 May 9, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
Why would the US be scrambling, they never were in the war, ya dummy? As far as running to Russia, well ever heard of an invitation, of course not, that would not fit into your bigoted remarks, countries from around the world are wanting the death to stop in Syria, and now Russia announced it too wants to protect the Syrian people not just one of them. Yes Syria has the right to purchase the S-300's and Israel has the right to blow them up, your move
Shame on you, I never thought of you to be one to resort to name calling... Russia invited the US cause they looked like a sad and confused dog pulling the puppy eyed face, so Russia let them in... Its pretty cold in Siberia I hear..

The only thing Russia wants is to make sure Assad is cemented in power to continue doing trading and have a formidable ally in the Mid-East, haven't you heard Assads kicks terrorist a*s.. Russia don't want al quada, al nursa or any of that like running rampant so much closer to them, should I even mention how they have struggled with the hardened Chychnians. it could potentially spell double trouble for Russia if the terrorists are let loose in that region, besides they really don't want to end up trading with some moronic sub standard group that gets churned out over Assad and probably ends up being another western lackey...

Your blind if you don't see that the US wants Iran and its their unofficial foreign policy to destabilize a region and arm the resistance, I've heard this from americans funnily enough also the mainstream at times. I hope you enjoyed the bloody gourmet meal of Lybia that the government served you, must have been delicious.. Maby Obama wanted to give you Syria for desert, how kind.. Libya was isolated and didn't have the immediate support of Russia and Iran, geography does play a big roll if you didn't know. So NATO just devoured the straggler in this case, how did Benghazi work out for you, I know its hard keeping your al quada friends out of trouble even if you send hordes of them to Syria..

I don't dislike the US, its just its foreign policies. If anything its Americans who are fed up with their Government's foreign policy which is costing the average American and its next generations dearly, its also shoring up too many threats and hateful people to even count. If the US carries on in this vein its unfortunately going to feel a tremendous backlash..
Falcon

UK

#14 May 9, 2013
rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't talk to me about game changers .
I got a game changer of my own coming up when I get a new battery for my apparatus .
I'm going to flatten all the imbeciles of the forum.
By asking one question.
What right does Israel have to occupy Palestine.
" Also ".
Referring to Xi Jinping's four points for peace.
Xi wants to battle it out in the Middle East
rather than the East.
To support him in that he does have the Bible to support him.
Fortunately the Bible has been superseded by the Koran.
Bringing into mention "the final Day".
These four points of peace seem a mystery oh teacher, who knows your probably the anti-christ and going to bring a few years of peace before you unleash the aborigines to usher in the apocalypse.. I'm fully confident that GnA will bash you over the head with a militantly modified Bible and take your battery which wields evils I can't even utter...
George

Red Deer, Canada

#15 May 9, 2013
Falcon wrote:
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Shame on you, I never thought of you to be one to resort to name calling... Russia invited the US cause they looked like a sad and confused dog pulling the puppy eyed face, so Russia let them in... Its pretty cold in Siberia I hear..
The only thing Russia wants is to make sure Assad is cemented in power to continue doing trading and have a formidable ally in the Mid-East, haven't you heard Assads kicks terrorist a*s.. Russia don't want al quada, al nursa or any of that like running rampant so much closer to them, should I even mention how they have struggled with the hardened Chychnians. it could potentially spell double trouble for Russia if the terrorists are let loose in that region, besides they really don't want to end up trading with some moronic sub standard group that gets churned out over Assad and probably ends up being another western lackey...
Your blind if you don't see that the US wants Iran and its their unofficial foreign policy to destabilize a region and arm the resistance, I've heard this from americans funnily enough also the mainstream at times. I hope you enjoyed the bloody gourmet meal of Lybia that the government served you, must have been delicious.. Maby Obama wanted to give you Syria for desert, how kind.. Libya was isolated and didn't have the immediate support of Russia and Iran, geography does play a big roll if you didn't know. So NATO just devoured the straggler in this case, how did Benghazi work out for you, I know its hard keeping your al quada friends out of trouble even if you send hordes of them to Syria..
I don't dislike the US, its just its foreign policies. If anything its Americans who are fed up with their Government's foreign policy which is costing the average American and its next generations dearly, its also shoring up too many threats and hateful people to even count. If the US carries on in this vein its unfortunately going to feel a tremendous backlash..
After the meeting in Russia, Putin and Lasrov both said they are not supporting the one Syrian but Syria in general, hinting without saying directly that they no longer are supporting Assad to stay in power.

Of course Russia does not want al Queda nor does the US or Europe, their mission in life is to create havoc not help humanity and Russia has enough trouble at home now.

America along with UK and Europe may arm the rebels selectively to prevent al Queda from getting weapons with the intent of stopping the SAA from systematically killing all Syrians, the gas warfare was probably the game changer and at that point I agree the world should step up and stop Assad, he has killed to many now.

As far as Iran, well different type of fight, the sabre rattling will happen shortly as 42 countries are swarming in on the strait and doing a little demonstration of what could happen. Are they making a treat, you bet, do they want to take over, absolutely not and I believe the supreme Leader will step up and make changes for a more peaceful co-existence.

My al Queda friends??? Where on earth do you get that??? Shame on you for telling lies, I did not think you would stoop that low.
Falcon

UK

#16 May 9, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
After the meeting in Russia, Putin and Lasrov both said they are not supporting the one Syrian but Syria in general, hinting without saying directly that they no longer are supporting Assad to stay in power.
Of course Russia does not want al Queda nor does the US or Europe, their mission in life is to create havoc not help humanity and Russia has enough trouble at home now.
America along with UK and Europe may arm the rebels selectively to prevent al Queda from getting weapons with the intent of stopping the SAA from systematically killing all Syrians, the gas warfare was probably the game changer and at that point I agree the world should step up and stop Assad, he has killed to many now.
As far as Iran, well different type of fight, the sabre rattling will happen shortly as 42 countries are swarming in on the strait and doing a little demonstration of what could happen. Are they making a treat, you bet, do they want to take over, absolutely not and I believe the supreme Leader will step up and make changes for a more peaceful co-existence.
My al Queda friends??? Where on earth do you get that??? Shame on you for telling lies, I did not think you would stoop that low.
Oh please, don't think your so special. I'm referring to the US government's friends... Your preaching peace and harmony, but history and intent paint a different picture. We will see what these war games bring, perhaps a more resolute Iran or some form of better relations. Its logical for the US to want Iran's straight and provide longer term security and power for their ailing economy, the clock is ticking and they want it to be snubbed by some 3rd world nuclear threat.. Where's the blossoming democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan, no just billions running into trillions found in those two sh#t holes, as if the government ruining its average citizen on the recession wasn't enough..

Iran is the big catch and the prospects it wields is great, from controlling vast amounts of oil to neutralizing nuclear threats and finally vanquishing russia's trade and influence in the region... Your trying to pull rabbits out of your hat about Russia turning its back on the current regime, were they not supplying weapons and money to Assad for over two years?? Clearly they have with success and I doubt they're going to just give in now after getting so far... They're merely easing the US into these talks, but their real demands will come to light...
TheEndofAssad

Brooklyn, NY

#18 May 9, 2013
And you arrogant Shia claimed that your God made a mistake between Mohamed and Ali and did not know the difference between both what a hilarious religion Islam is ha ha ha
TheEndofAssad

Brooklyn, NY

#19 May 9, 2013
Heed to your Lord and Master now you Idiots we Americans are your Lord even God is American so stop offending HIM
Aztec

Gig Harbor, WA

#20 May 9, 2013
Everything that is happening in Syria is a prelude to attack Iran. Zionist strategy? Cut all resources directed to Hezbollah and Hamas and control all routes to and from Iran. That way Israel will not suffer retaliation from Iran allies. So cut the bul s,,,about US and Rusia getting peace in Syria. At the moment they have everything ready to attack Iran, Russia will cease its support to Assad and terrorists will be victorious.
rtloder

Australia

#21 May 9, 2013
Falcon wrote:
<quoted text>
Well then, its funny how the west has superseded the Mid-East in technology, discoveries in all aspects of life and has relative peace amongst each other, they have even taken in other religions to practice freely in their countries... All of this whilst reading from the bible, in fact you are a benefactor of God's free will choice which is wielded in Australia.. Looking at how muslims treat each other only shows how primitive and violent the Koran is, the west don't only treat each other with civility, but go even further to accept outside races to practice their cultures with complete freedom. Now that sounds a bit more progressive than the Mid-east where in some places if not in most will have you punished or executed if found with a bible. Those are the same followers that read from the Koran, much like you hey... The prove is in the pudding, and the Islam pudding has past its sell by date...

None of that which you perforate is of the mentionable in the school of practicalities.
Primarily because you left the Epic of Colonial Expansionism out of your analysis.
South Africa was free of it after the Boar War and was a sea of tranquillity compared to Northern India.
That is where I trace present political developments in the community of Islam *-* to have originated from.
But the theological angle gives the British East India Company a clean bill of health.
Allah compiled the safety net religion prescribed by the Messenger (pbuh) to be a fail safe device if the Christians rejected Christ .
Which is exactly what they have done .
The problems are irreconcilable ,
If Religion were to tackle them we would be the "Animated" and not the "Blessed".
Why do you assume The Creator has the same outlook as you.?
Wars of attrition are the wars of endearment to God.
We are here to prove our loyalty by expressing "belief" in the "truth" that we know.
That sounds dogmatic but I'm hurrying to beat the flat battery.
Dont Care

Welland, Canada

#22 May 9, 2013
William wrote:
Well done !
Must be using Mattel toys if they can't even come close to taking on the rebels , with their planes yet. Rebels are laughing at them, and will keep killing them. 2 years and going strong. Syrian forces are a joke.
Dont Care

Welland, Canada

#23 May 9, 2013
Falcon wrote:
Onwards, Onwards Men!!! This momentum has got the US scrambling and those corrupt politicians are crying to Russia now, talk about a devious plan blowing up in your face... Russia shouldn't heed any restraints called on by the west regarding the sale and distribution of those S-300s. Syria has the legitimate right to protect its air space come a no fly zone, besides nobody wants another al quada run Libya compliments of NATO...
Using Russian weapons and they can't even chase away a couple rebels in 2 years and counting. Just shows what russia has, lol. No wonder they got their clocks cleaned in Afghanistan and ran away!

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