Human Rights Watch: Syrian airstrikes...

Human Rights Watch: Syrian airstrikes, some 'deliberate,' kill at least 4,300 since summer

There are 8 comments on the Lethbridge Herald story from Apr 11, 2013, titled Human Rights Watch: Syrian airstrikes, some 'deliberate,' kill at least 4,300 since summer. In it, Lethbridge Herald reports that:

The report came as government forces launched a counteroffensive in the southern province of Daraa, where rebels have been making progress for weeks in the strategic region close to Damascus.

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Irmg

Berlin, Germany

#1 Apr 11, 2013
what a problem have morons from usa? Who stays behind this civil war in Syria, just like behind all other wars in that part of Asia: Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and many others: just criminals from usa, israel andsome of their sidekickers and they see now results of these wars.
Dont Care

Welland, Canada

#2 Apr 11, 2013
Irmg wrote:
what a problem have morons from usa? Who stays behind this civil war in Syria, just like behind all other wars in that part of Asia: Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and many others: just criminals from usa, israel andsome of their sidekickers and they see now results of these wars.
Thankyou. Wish the numbers were higher. All in good time!
Falcon

UK

#3 Apr 11, 2013
Assad should have packed his bags and beggared off into retirement the day the protests began, he obviously doesn't understand these aren't the same times when his tyrannical father was in power. He's killing more civilians than opposition out there. If the syrians were so supportive of assad and hated the rebels so much than why have they all fled like rats and cowards... Surely they would have joined at whatever recruitment stations are available and swelled the army numbers to an unstoppable force!! Where's the the tenacity to kick these rebels out and unite? Assad is toast and he will be fed in pieces to the dogs that roam the streets!!
Fighter

Kundan, India

#4 Apr 11, 2013
Falcon wrote:
Assad should have packed his bags and beggared off into retirement the day the protests began, he obviously doesn't understand these aren't the same times when his tyrannical father was in power. He's killing more civilians than opposition out there. If the syrians were so supportive of assad and hated the rebels so much than why have they all fled like rats and cowards... Surely they would have joined at whatever recruitment stations are available and swelled the army numbers to an unstoppable force!! Where's the the tenacity to kick these rebels out and unite? Assad is toast and he will be fed in pieces to the dogs that roam the streets!!
Majority syrians are still loyal to president asad and its legitimate govt..had there been not any support for asad he would have been toppled in the next few days when terrorist began to attacks..the brainless gulf puppets who take orders from western nations have lost it morel. America and the west supports terrorist so that they can be justified to attack and destroy muslim nations..should there be a no terrorist america and west will stay like a destitute child. Their ambition is to terrorize peoples at any cost..but still muslims lives in a dark age whereus allowing america and the west to attach muslim nations.
Falcon

UK

#5 Apr 11, 2013
Yes I know he has a nice chunk of support, but lets face it, its not enough to defeat the terrorist scum bags over their. They will keep coming unless assad has the majority of his populace, where are they? Hiding in UN tents and seeking asylum in some first world country. Don't just believe its the west funding and supplying weapons, in fact the west is backing the weakest rebel groups who are having the least affect there. Its al nursa, alquda and other extremists who are the top dogs and the biggest threats. They get support straight from alquada, a very lucrative international organization. Even if the west leaves, those strong groups will stay, cause they have gained a lot of momentum and positions. Add the fact that hamas isn't there for assad any more either.

“hi ya”

Since: Feb 12

Manchester

#6 Apr 11, 2013
Falcon wrote:
Yes I know he has a nice chunk of support, but lets face it, its not enough to defeat the terrorist scum bags over their. They will keep coming unless assad has the majority of his populace, where are they?...

in fact the west is backing the weakest rebel groups who are having the least affect there. Its al nursa, alquda and other extremists who are the top dogs and the biggest threats. They get support straight from alquada, a very lucrative international organization. Even if the west leaves, those strong groups will stay,....
Is enough support to defeat the terrorist!
'unless Assad has the majority of his populace'... he has:
Behold!
55% according to the YouGov Poll (commissioned by Qatar).
That is 5% more than Obama has!

so they are scared he will become the elected President in 2014 !
(as per the constitution of Syria)

AQ and the muja-tards will to go and capitalize on any conflict going. so maybe they will get round to attacking Israel (I doubt it but it could happen one day)
Falcon

UK

#7 Apr 12, 2013
Genie2 wrote:
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Is enough support to defeat the terrorist!
'unless Assad has the majority of his populace'... he has:
Behold!
55% according to the YouGov Poll (commissioned by Qatar).
That is 5% more than Obama has!
so they are scared he will become the elected President in 2014 !
(as per the constitution of Syria)
AQ and the muja-tards will to go and capitalize on any conflict going. so maybe they will get round to attacking Israel (I doubt it but it could happen one day)
Are you saying that assad will stick around? Those are positive stats, he just needs to use them well...
check it out

Annandale, Australia

#8 Apr 12, 2013
Irmg wrote:
what a problem have morons from usa? Who stays behind this civil war in Syria, just like behind all other wars in that part of Asia: Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and many others: just criminals from usa, israel andsome of their sidekickers and they see now results of these wars.
LOL. I get it, all violence, injustices, poverty, war and ANYTHING negative is someboby elses fault. We'll blame USA and Israel for it! Now we don't have to be responsible for it. It's all their fault and they have to fix it up. At least it makes your world easy to understand. Keep it simple.

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