Assad Pulls Ahead in Syrian War. Putin, Khamenei Are Co-Victors

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March 5 has been set as the date for peace talks to open in Moscow between the Syrian opposition and the Assad regime, reveals here exclusively. Full Story
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Syrian

New London, CT

#1 Feb 26, 2013
Excellent Report!!! The Syrian rebellion is finished. FINALLY the truth is coming out in the media!!
George

Red Deer, Canada

#2 Feb 26, 2013
Syrian wrote:
Excellent Report!!! The Syrian rebellion is finished. FINALLY the truth is coming out in the media!!
All i can say is "Debka" Really??????
Syrian

New London, CT

#3 Feb 26, 2013
This is why the rebels have been forced to finally turn to diplomacy.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#4 Feb 26, 2013
Syrian wrote:
This is why the rebels have been forced to finally turn to diplomacy.
You mean that is why the Rebels now have modern weapons and are blowing helicopters from the sky!! Assad is not pulling ahead, not sure why the title but some numbnut keeps writing these titles and is brainless. The Rebels are about to take the international airport, the police academy and the balance of Aleppo, effectively cutting the SAA out of supply, I would not call that pulling ahead.
Syrian

New London, CT

#5 Feb 26, 2013
On the advice of the West, the rebels are being forced to take the diplomatic route. Western intelligence indicates that the rebels will not be able to defeat the Syrian military, especially with Russian and Iranian weapons (and advisors) pouring into the country. The rebels have no alternatives other than to negotiate or face ultimate defeat.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#6 Feb 26, 2013
Syrian wrote:
On the advice of the West, the rebels are being forced to take the diplomatic route. Western intelligence indicates that the rebels will not be able to defeat the Syrian military, especially with Russian and Iranian weapons (and advisors) pouring into the country. The rebels have no alternatives other than to negotiate or face ultimate defeat.
And where did you read this BS??
Syrian

New London, CT

#7 Feb 27, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
And where did you read this BS??
It will be all over the media shortly. Both the West and Russia are telling the rebels that cannot achieve their goals militarily.
What Now

United States

#8 Feb 27, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
And where did you read this BS??
George, I read where Saudi Arabia has been purchasing huge amounts of weaponry, and funneling those weapons through Jordan to the Syrian rebels. Doesn't sound like the region is pro Assad to me. And it doesn't sound like a rebel collapse. It sounds more like Assad crying 'uncle'.
What Now

San Antonio, TX

#9 Feb 27, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> It will be all over the media shortly. Both the West and Russia are telling the rebels that cannot achieve their goals militarily.
Rather than judging my post about Saudi Arabia providing weapons to the Syrian rebels, why don't you start posting your cited material for a change. Like what news agencies can back your posted assertion of the West and Russia telling rebels they cannot attain their goals of ousting Assad?

So here is the Saudi article-C.J. Chivers, Eric Schmitt, and Anne Barnard of the NEW YORK TIMES.
Tuesday-Washington: Sources: Saudis sent arms to Syrian rebels.

"Saudi Arabia has financed a large purchase of infantry weapons from Croatia and quietly funneled them to anti-government fighters in Syria in a drive to break the bloody stalemate that has allowed President Bashar Assad to cling to power, according to American and Western officials familiar with purchases." The article further stated the weapons began being shipped in December and were "shuttled through Jordan" into Syria.

Now does this New York Times article sound anything like the post you made, without any media identification to back your post up?

So, explain why the Saudi's and Jordanians are doing just the opposite of what your post stated?
George

Red Deer, Canada

#10 Feb 27, 2013
What Now wrote:
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George, I read where Saudi Arabia has been purchasing huge amounts of weaponry, and funneling those weapons through Jordan to the Syrian rebels. Doesn't sound like the region is pro Assad to me. And it doesn't sound like a rebel collapse. It sounds more like Assad crying 'uncle'.
I just read that that is where the Chinese manpads are suspected as coming from.
Syrian

New London, CT

#11 Feb 28, 2013
What Now wrote:
<quoted text>
Rather than judging my post about Saudi Arabia providing weapons to the Syrian rebels, why don't you start posting your cited material for a change. Like what news agencies can back your posted assertion of the West and Russia telling rebels they cannot attain their goals of ousting Assad?
So here is the Saudi article-C.J. Chivers, Eric Schmitt, and Anne Barnard of the NEW YORK TIMES.
Tuesday-Washington: Sources: Saudis sent arms to Syrian rebels.
"Saudi Arabia has financed a large purchase of infantry weapons from Croatia and quietly funneled them to anti-government fighters in Syria in a drive to break the bloody stalemate that has allowed President Bashar Assad to cling to power, according to American and Western officials familiar with purchases." The article further stated the weapons began being shipped in December and were "shuttled through Jordan" into Syria.
Now does this New York Times article sound anything like the post you made, without any media identification to back your post up?
So, explain why the Saudi's and Jordanians are doing just the opposite of what your post stated?
This is not news, as the Saudis and Jordanians have been supplying weapons to the rebels for months! The West realizes that these weapons are falling into the hands of Islamic extremists and AlQaead terrorists, which is exactly what the West does NOT want! Assad on the other had is being supplied by Russia and Iran, so this conflict is just producing thousands of more civilian casualties day by day. The West realizes that diplomacy is now the only viable option to end this this conflict.
What Now

San Antonio, TX

#12 Feb 28, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> This is not news, as the Saudis and Jordanians have been supplying weapons to the rebels for months! The West realizes that these weapons are falling into the hands of Islamic extremists and AlQaead terrorists, which is exactly what the West does NOT want! Assad on the other had is being supplied by Russia and Iran, so this conflict is just producing thousands of more civilian casualties day by day. The West realizes that diplomacy is now the only viable option to end this this conflict.
Here you go again. Just this morning it was reported in the news media that the US and three other European countries were going to provide "non-lethal" aid to the rebels in their attempt to dislodge Assad from power.

And as for the Arabs and Jordanians assisting the rebels not being fresh news, why did it just show up three days ago? And if you knew about it earlier, how come you have not addressed in your previous posts since you are a very avid backer of Assad?

How stupid do you believe us to be to accept that truce talks between the rebels, who are gaining support from outside Syria, not losing support, will be attended in Russia? The West and Russia are not on the same page over what Assad has done to his people.

You remind me of the scared little boy walking by the grave yard at night. Whistling a loud tune to fight off the possibility you may have to confront the demon.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#13 Feb 28, 2013
What Now wrote:
<quoted text>
Here you go again. Just this morning it was reported in the news media that the US and three other European countries were going to provide "non-lethal" aid to the rebels in their attempt to dislodge Assad from power.
And as for the Arabs and Jordanians assisting the rebels not being fresh news, why did it just show up three days ago? And if you knew about it earlier, how come you have not addressed in your previous posts since you are a very avid backer of Assad?
How stupid do you believe us to be to accept that truce talks between the rebels, who are gaining support from outside Syria, not losing support, will be attended in Russia? The West and Russia are not on the same page over what Assad has done to his people.
You remind me of the scared little boy walking by the grave yard at night. Whistling a loud tune to fight off the possibility you may have to confront the demon.
I think you just gave him and the trio nightmares for a year, lol
Syrian

New London, CT

#14 Feb 28, 2013
What Now wrote:
<quoted text>
Here you go again. Just this morning it was reported in the news media that the US and three other European countries were going to provide "non-lethal" aid to the rebels in their attempt to dislodge Assad from power.
And as for the Arabs and Jordanians assisting the rebels not being fresh news, why did it just show up three days ago? And if you knew about it earlier, how come you have not addressed in your previous posts since you are a very avid backer of Assad?
How stupid do you believe us to be to accept that truce talks between the rebels, who are gaining support from outside Syria, not losing support, will be attended in Russia? The West and Russia are not on the same page over what Assad has done to his people.
You remind me of the scared little boy walking by the grave yard at night. Whistling a loud tune to fight off the possibility you may have to confront the demon.
The West has been providing "non lethal" aid to them for months!! And it is no surprise that Qatar and other Arab nations in the area have been suppling weapons to the rebels for quite some time. This has been reported in the news on many occasions, why don't you do research before you post more absurd nonsense? The ONLY reason the rebels are coming to the table now is because of the West pushing them to negotiate, because both Western and Russian intelligence sees that they will not achieve their objectives militarily.
Syrian

New London, CT

#15 Mar 1, 2013
Kerry just gave the "rebels" some biscuits and band aids! The rebels are not happy at all.
NabiYahyaakaStJo hn

Chennai, India

#16 Mar 1, 2013
Look how many regimes have openly abused their status as wealthy or well-off nations - funding sinister 'rebellions' among their own neighbours.

Leave alone the ruling who-ever, regimes whatever.
People need to en masse reject money power in their hearts. That is what will bring on a level playing field - otherwise this world is going to continue as a cruel game played by the haves upon the have-nots.

What Now

San Antonio, TX

#17 Mar 1, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> The West has been providing "non lethal" aid to them for months!! And it is no surprise that Qatar and other Arab nations in the area have been suppling weapons to the rebels for quite some time. This has been reported in the news on many occasions, why don't you do research before you post more absurd nonsense? The ONLY reason the rebels are coming to the table now is because of the West pushing them to negotiate, because both Western and Russian intelligence sees that they will not achieve their objectives militarily.
Pissed over the fact you are not up on the truth, and for that reason you have to post personal opinionated lies.

And again, you trod over your own old ground. There is not meeting to negotiate an end to the reign of terror from Assad, and the rebels are reaching their objectives with this new aid.

Admit it-you and Assad are losers.
george

Red Deer, Canada

#18 Mar 1, 2013
Syrian wrote:
Kerry just gave the "rebels" some biscuits and band aids! The rebels are not happy at all.
not true, they are very happy to receive the food and communication equipment as they are getting military equipment from Saudi, so it is a win win for them.
orion

Cape Town, South Africa

#19 Mar 1, 2013
george wrote:
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not true, they are very happy to receive the food and communication equipment as they are getting military equipment from Saudi, so it is a win win for them.
Well George, so said the Red Deer Gazette, the most informed newspaper in Canada.
A good site to look is
http://voltairenet.org/
Thierry Meyssan - Will Putin and Obama share the Middle East?(or something like that depending if it is English or German)
george

Red Deer, Canada

#20 Mar 1, 2013
orion wrote:
<quoted text> Well George, so said the Red Deer Gazette, the most informed newspaper in Canada.
A good site to look is
http://voltairenet.org/
Thierry Meyssan - Will Putin and Obama share the Middle East?(or something like that depending if it is English or German)
Well smart ass try posting an English speaking site then maybe it would be a better site.

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