Assad Pulls Ahead in Syrian War. Puti...

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

There are 174 comments on the Debka story from Feb 25, 2013, titled Assad Pulls Ahead in Syrian War. Putin, Khamenei Are Co-Victors. In it, Debka reports that:

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.

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george

Red Deer, Canada

#21 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)
I am not sure what articles you are reading but this information is all over the net, TV and newspapers or are you another of this idiots that does not read anything the media produces because it may be tainted by Jewish influence?
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#22 Mar 1, 2013
NabiYahyaakaStJohn wrote:
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.
Very wise!!! Unfortunately, the average man is not that smart!
George

Red Deer, Canada

#23 Mar 1, 2013
NabiYahyaakaStJohn wrote:
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.
I know how you planned to have this referenced, however it also applies to the rich tyrants such as Assad and Ghadaffi.
Syrian

New London, CT

#24 Mar 1, 2013
NabiYahyaakaStJohn wrote:
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.
There are many nations who covertly try to encourage and support insurrection in other countries! This has been going on for many years.
Syrian

New London, CT

#25 Mar 1, 2013
What Now wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
The only "aid" the rebels are getting are biscuits and band "aids"! LOL!! The rebels have no chance of defeating Assad, especially with the continuous influx of weaponry from Russia and Iran to the Syrian military.
Syrian

New London, CT

#26 Mar 1, 2013
george wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
It's a DEFEAT for them, because they are now crying about how the West did not give them arms! They are outmatched and outgunned, and that is the only reason they are now coming to the table.
What Now

Carmel, ME

#27 Mar 2, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> The only "aid" the rebels are getting are biscuits and band "aids"! LOL!! The rebels have no chance of defeating Assad, especially with the continuous influx of weaponry from Russia and Iran to the Syrian military.
It is amazing that you can refer to the "influx of weaponry from Russia and Iran" as necessary to defend the Assad regime, but then you and your ilk accuse the West of interfering in Assad's attacks against his own people when they only offer the rebels "biscuits and band aids."

It is not hard to figure out who the warmongers and enemies against humanity really are. You keep up the cover-up of Assad. But one day, soon, he may find himself being dragged down a Syrian road to his execution.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#28 Mar 2, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> It's a DEFEAT for them, because they are now crying about how the West did not give them arms! They are outmatched and outgunned, and that is the only reason they are now coming to the table.
Not any more with the new manpads from China, the surfact to air heat seakers that took out a mig and a hellicopter on Thursday, they have more weapons arriving daily through Turkey from Croatia, Jordan and some from Iraq so I do not believe the weapons are an issue anymore, so the food delivered gives them the energy to continue and stop the infighting in the refugee camps fighting over food. Meanwhile Assad just lines up guards to protect him and his food supply, sends the SAA to bomb more Syrians to scare them away from the Palaces and thinks of making babies.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#29 Mar 2, 2013
What Now wrote:
<quoted text>
It is amazing that you can refer to the "influx of weaponry from Russia and Iran" as necessary to defend the Assad regime, but then you and your ilk accuse the West of interfering in Assad's attacks against his own people when they only offer the rebels "biscuits and band aids."
It is not hard to figure out who the warmongers and enemies against humanity really are. You keep up the cover-up of Assad. But one day, soon, he may find himself being dragged down a Syrian road to his execution.
I think there is enough anger in the Rebels to not let him get too far away from the Palace, I just hope Assad is smart enough to get his family out of harms way before that happens.
Syrian

New London, CT

#30 Mar 2, 2013
What Now wrote:
<quoted text>
It is amazing that you can refer to the "influx of weaponry from Russia and Iran" as necessary to defend the Assad regime, but then you and your ilk accuse the West of interfering in Assad's attacks against his own people when they only offer the rebels "biscuits and band aids."
It is not hard to figure out who the warmongers and enemies against humanity really are. You keep up the cover-up of Assad. But one day, soon, he may find himself being dragged down a Syrian road to his execution.
The Syrian government has legitimate contracts with Russia, Iran and other sources to purchase weaponry, and has been purchasing weapons for years! The AlQaeda linked rebel terrorists do not. The West's support for AlQaeda linked terrorists, is far from being ethical or legitimate!
Syrian

New London, CT

#31 Mar 2, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
Not any more with the new manpads from China, the surfact to air heat seakers that took out a mig and a hellicopter on Thursday, they have more weapons arriving daily through Turkey from Croatia, Jordan and some from Iraq so I do not believe the weapons are an issue anymore, so the food delivered gives them the energy to continue and stop the infighting in the refugee camps fighting over food. Meanwhile Assad just lines up guards to protect him and his food supply, sends the SAA to bomb more Syrians to scare them away from the Palaces and thinks of making babies.
The weapons that Assad is getting are far superior to the few weapons the rebels are getting. This is why the rebel leaders are now crying about the few weapons they are receiving, and are pleading with the West to send them more than those "biscuits and band aids"!!
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#32 Mar 2, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
I know how you planned to have this referenced, however it also applies to the rich tyrants such as Assad and Ghadaffi.
Gaddafi was not; and Assad is not, either rich, or tyrant. Both have been targeted by the West to be taken down, because they wanted their countries to be independent, and prosperous; and that is not to the taste of the Western Multinational Corporations. Both have also been hated by the Gulf Monarchs, as they came as leaders after peoples’ revolutions, which deposed of their Monarchs.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#33 Mar 2, 2013
Chris wrote:
<quoted text>
Gaddafi was not; and Assad is not, either rich, or tyrant. Both have been targeted by the West to be taken down, because they wanted their countries to be independent, and prosperous; and that is not to the taste of the Western Multinational Corporations. Both have also been hated by the Gulf Monarchs, as they came as leaders after peoples’ revolutions, which deposed of their Monarchs.
Delusional
George

Red Deer, Canada

#34 Mar 2, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> The Syrian government has legitimate contracts with Russia, Iran and other sources to purchase weaponry, and has been purchasing weapons for years! The AlQaeda linked rebel terrorists do not. The West's support for AlQaeda linked terrorists, is far from being ethical or legitimate!
Show me a link where the US is supplying al Queda!!! Go ahead. Are you saying al Queda is buying weapons from Russia without a contract?? That is what you typed.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#35 Mar 2, 2013
Chris wrote:
<quoted text>
Gaddafi was not; and Assad is not, either rich, or tyrant. Both have been targeted by the West to be taken down, because they wanted their countries to be independent, and prosperous; and that is not to the taste of the Western Multinational Corporations. Both have also been hated by the Gulf Monarchs, as they came as leaders after peoples’ revolutions, which deposed of their Monarchs.
Where have you been reading this BS, the Mars Chronical, total lies and BS
Syrian

New London, CT

#36 Mar 3, 2013
Chris wrote:
<quoted text>
Gaddafi was not; and Assad is not, either rich, or tyrant. Both have been targeted by the West to be taken down, because they wanted their countries to be independent, and prosperous; and that is not to the taste of the Western Multinational Corporations. Both have also been hated by the Gulf Monarchs, as they came as leaders after peoples’ revolutions, which deposed of their Monarchs.
Excellent, and very well put!
Syrian

New London, CT

#37 Mar 3, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
Show me a link where the US is supplying al Queda!!! Go ahead. Are you saying al Queda is buying weapons from Russia without a contract?? That is what you typed.
No, those weapons are being smuggled in to the rebels with funds supplied by the Saudis and Qatar, with the West's blessings!! More often than not, they wind up in the hands of those AlQaeda terrorists and Islamic extremists.
What Now

Carmel, ME

#38 Mar 3, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> The Syrian government has legitimate contracts with Russia, Iran and other sources to purchase weaponry, and has been purchasing weapons for years! The AlQaeda linked rebel terrorists do not. The West's support for AlQaeda linked terrorists, is far from being ethical or legitimate!
So let me get this straight. Assad can purchase any and all the weaponry he needs to put down a revolt of his own people, and that's about 70,000 last count. But if those people who are being murdered by their own government seeks aid to counter the aid from Russia and Iran, then the suppliers are unethical and illegitimate?

Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you support the same treatment of the Syrian people as what Assad is dishing out. Now just ask yourself this question. How popular is he with the Syrian people? About as popular as you on this forum?
What Now

Carmel, ME

#39 Mar 3, 2013
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> No, those weapons are being smuggled in to the rebels with funds supplied by the Saudis and Qatar, with the West's blessings!! More often than not, they wind up in the hands of those AlQaeda terrorists and Islamic extremists.
George asked you to cite your allegation that weapons from the Middle Eastern countries, "wind up in the hands of those AlQaeda terrorists and Islamic extremists"-where did you get your information?
Black Ops

United States

#40 Mar 3, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
Show me a link where the US is supplying al Queda!!! Go ahead. Are you saying al Queda is buying weapons from Russia without a contract?? That is what you typed.
Of course they are, through our client state Croatia's old arsenal. You don't think that Croatia restricted itself to supplying Iranian arms to al Qaeda in Bosnia with our approval, do you? How else do you think they can conduct massacres and leave evidence pointing to Assad?

Saudi Arabia Arming Syrian Rebels With Croatian Weapons Since December 2012

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/26/saud...

Saudis Step Up Help for Rebels in Syria With Croatian Arms
New York Times&#8206; - 5 days ago

Saudi Arabia Arming Syrian Rebels With Croatian Weapons Since December 2012 (VIDEO)
Huffington Post&#8206; - 5 days ago

Planeloads of Croatian Combat Weapons for Syria Al Qaeda Rebels ...
www.globalresearch.ca/...of-croatian...weapon...
2 days ago – He denies that this is the result of Croatia selling weapons to anti government fighters in Syria.” Planeloads of Weapons. The report on the ...

Stupid boy.

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