Blast at university in Syria's Aleppo

Jan 15, 2013 Full story: The Montreal Gazette 47

Two explosions struck the main university in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo on Tuesday, causing an unknown number of casualties, state media and anti-government activists said.

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Kolomotu'a

#41 Jan 18, 2013
hmmm wrote:
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Yes, I believe they do have "missile weaponry."
That said, you find me a 'trained eye' without an agenda in Syria and then we'll talk, maybe.
Really?! What else weaponry do they have? With that kind of firepower i wouldve thought theyd use it on the passing by jet than waste it on a civilian building, don't you reckon?
Weren't there observers in Syria from the international community, what did they say?
Oliver Comwell

Blackburn, UK

#42 Jan 18, 2013
hmmm wrote:
Why is the name Chalabi bouncing around in my head now?
Indeed,what happened to that Rat did he manage to get out of Iraq with any loot?
hmmm

United States

#43 Jan 18, 2013
inv e wrote:
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Really?! What else weaponry do they have? With that kind of firepower i wouldve thought theyd use it on the passing by jet than waste it on a civilian building, don't you reckon?
Weren't there observers in Syria from the international community, what did they say?
So, you know more than the NYT. Good for you. I suggest you e-mail them.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/16/world/middl...

"At least two deadly explosions, possibly caused by airstrikes or bombs, devastated the campus of Aleppo University in Syria on Tuesday as students were taking exams."
hmmm

United States

#44 Jan 18, 2013
Oliver Comwell wrote:
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Indeed,what happened to that Rat did he manage to get out of Iraq with any loot?
On 26 January 2012, the New York Times reported Western intelligence officials expressing concern that Chalabi was working with the leading opposition group in Bahrain, Al Wefaq National Islamic Society. A French intelligence official said,“When we hear that some members of the opposition are in touch with Hezbollah or with shady figures like the Iraqi Ahmed Chalabi, of whom we think he is acting on behalf of Iran, then this worries us”. The connection between Chalabi and Al Wefaq was acknowledged by Jawad Fairooz, secretary general of Wefaq and a former member of Parliament in Bahrain.
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So, apparently Bahrain's opposition makes Washington insiders nervous, while Syria's makes them all warm and fuzzy inside.
hmmm

United States

#45 Jan 18, 2013
Follow Washington's bouncing ball of Middle Eastern foreign policy....

(Warning: If experiencing vertigo, stop immediately)

Sunni...Shia...Shia...Sunni..S unni..Sunni..Shia..Sunni

Good..Bad...Bad...Good...Bad.. .Good...Good....Bad.
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#46 Jan 18, 2013
George wrote:
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Ongoing massacres
More than 100 people were shot, stabbed or possibly burned to death by government forces in the Syrian city of Homs, a monitoring group said on Thursday.
The Observatory said women and children were among the 106 people killed by forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad forces who stormed Basatin al-Hasawiya, a poor district on the edge of Homs on Tuesday.
The town of Houla in Homs province was the scene in May 2011 of the killings of 108 people, including nine children and 34 women, which UN monitors blamed on the army and pro-Assad militia.
Still posting lies from your terrorist sources??
George

Red Deer, Canada

#47 Jan 19, 2013
hmmm wrote:
Why is the name Chalabi bouncing around in my head now?
I don't know, lots of extra room!!!!

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