Syrian Youth Lead Rebellion, And Teach Their Elders

There are 20 comments on the Jun 26, 2012, GPB.org story titled Syrian Youth Lead Rebellion, And Teach Their Elders. In it, GPB.org reports that:

A Syrian youth flashes the victory sign as he stands in front of a building that was covered with anti-government graffiti though local authorities painted over it in the town of Duma, outside Damascus, on Feb.

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reality is always best

Covington, VA

#1 Jun 26, 2012
More lies and war mongering propaganda.
humanity 101

United States

#2 Jun 26, 2012
So because it is against the syrian government it is ok to have children mercenaries carrying weapons and fighting the government.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#3 Jun 26, 2012
humanity 101 wrote:
So because it is against the syrian government it is ok to have children mercenaries carrying weapons and fighting the government.
Wonder if the american government would support this if it were going on in america or israel??? I think we already know the answer to that.
PointofView

Syria

#4 Jun 26, 2012
It's not only kids bearing arms. they're also performing what they call sharia on people they don't like. they are doing like saudis killin by decapitation
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#5 Jun 26, 2012
PointofView wrote:
It's not only kids bearing arms. they're also performing what they call sharia on people they don't like. they are doing like saudis killin by decapitation
Yes but this terrorist force can be overcome by the Syrian people.The vast majority of Syrians are against what is going on in Syria and the world knows very well who is behind all of this.The same 2 as always the american government and israel along with the salve countries of qatar,saudi arabia,bahrain,uae,turkey etc.The people of saudi arabia etc should remove their leaders which are nothing but puppets of israel and the american government.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#6 Jun 26, 2012
reality is always best wrote:
<quoted text>Yes but this terrorist force can be overcome by the Syrian people.The vast majority of Syrians are against what is going on in Syria and the world knows very well who is behind all of this.The same 2 as always the american government and israel along with the salve countries of qatar,saudi arabia,bahrain,uae,turkey etc.The people of saudi arabia etc should remove their leaders which are nothing but puppets of israel and the american government.
WEll more choke and puke from Virginia I see. The little parrot with no intelligence saying the same words over and over and over, I hate Jews, so big deal, they just intimidate you and you pee your pants when one comes to talk to you.
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#7 Jun 26, 2012
George wrote:
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WEll more choke and puke from Virginia I see. The little parrot with no intelligence saying the same words over and over and over, I hate Jews, so big deal, they just intimidate you and you pee your pants when one comes to talk to you.
I see you are clueless as usual.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#8 Jun 26, 2012
reality is always best wrote:
<quoted text> I see you are clueless as usual.
Wow, is that as good as your debate gets, you clueless idiot
PointofView

Damascus, Syria

#9 Jun 26, 2012
@George: it's an established fact that Syria and Israel are foes. So it's only logical to assume that Israel has some part in what Syria's going through. If you care enough to watch propaganda channels against Syria you'll notice they go hand in hand with Israel's say channel 10 policy. Let alone that Israel openly supports the so-called "free" army in Syria. So yeah given the history between our countries it's not far fetched. Whatya think?
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#10 Jun 26, 2012
PointofView wrote:
@George: it's an established fact that Syria and Israel are foes. So it's only logical to assume that Israel has some part in what Syria's going through. If you care enough to watch propaganda channels against Syria you'll notice they go hand in hand with Israel's say channel 10 policy. Let alone that Israel openly supports the so-called "free" army in Syria. So yeah given the history between our countries it's not far fetched. Whatya think?
The poster "george" and a few others on here are what I suspect are some type of hasbarat jewish propagandist.They will bend,twist,deflect,lie,deny and every other tactic possible to support israel and the american govrnment and their murderous policies.
PointofView

Damascus, Syria

#11 Jun 26, 2012
I see, but since you are in the den i don't think you should be this open to accusing Israel . I mean they will defend it even if it's the last breath they take, you're best chance is to try to convince them otherwise. and you can't do that if you accuse directly. I have found that logic always work. it won't get them to attack Israel of course but at least they will see the other side of the coin. So logic+facts-->common ground
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#12 Jun 26, 2012
PointofView wrote:
I see, but since you are in the den i don't think you should be this open to accusing Israel . I mean they will defend it even if it's the last breath they take, you're best chance is to try to convince them otherwise. and you can't do that if you accuse directly. I have found that logic always work. it won't get them to attack Israel of course but at least they will see the other side of the coin. So logic+facts-->common ground
You can never convince them no matter how logical you present something to them.Just look at some of their post on here.They have an agenda and they stick to it no matter what.
SuSu

United States

#13 Jun 27, 2012
humanity 101 wrote:
So because it is against the syrian government it is ok to have children mercenaries carrying weapons and fighting the government.
Ahem ahem...the person quoted in the story is 26 and MOST of the US military is under 30. Neghbor boy signed up after high school and came home in a box after he thought he could do his part in Iraq...defending his country from terrorists (unfound). Is there a double standard?????????
SuSu

United States

#14 Jun 27, 2012
PointofView wrote:
@George: it's an established fact that Syria and Israel are foes. So it's only logical to assume that Israel has some part in what Syria's going through. If you care enough to watch propaganda channels against Syria you'll notice they go hand in hand with Israel's say channel 10 policy. Let alone that Israel openly supports the so-called "free" army in Syria. So yeah given the history between our countries it's not far fetched. Whatya think?
Daddy Assad was not acting as a FOE when he funneled all the water rescources out of the natural springs into the Golan Heights thru a huge pipeline and was surely smiling when he collected his 100 million dollars check from his Israeli FOE. I say FOOEY! Check your political scoreboard more carefully!!!!

Since: Jun 12

Syria

#15 Jun 27, 2012
Well i think you scoreboard is all messed up. We're did you come up with that? cuz the funny thing is that the last time i checked Golan Heights which is ours by the way is occupied by Israel. rumor has it that is the cause of all problems between Syria and Israel.

Since: Jun 12

Syria

#16 Jun 27, 2012
your*
Avenger

Waterloo, Canada

#17 Jun 27, 2012
The Syria dictatorship is doomed it's only a matter of time.
They all fall eventually, and the Assad regime thieves will try to flee with there stolen billions.
Leaving behind the ruins.
SuSu

United States

#18 Jun 27, 2012
FromAleppoSyria wrote:
Well i think you scoreboard is all messed up. We're did you come up with that? cuz the funny thing is that the last time i checked Golan Heights which is ours by the way is occupied by Israel. rumor has it that is the cause of all problems between Syria and Israel.
That is exactly my point! The Assads and their cohorts care nothing about the people or the welfare of the country; they are simply blood sucking criminals and thugs of the worst kind!!!
SuSu

United States

#19 Jun 27, 2012
Avenger wrote:
The Syria dictatorship is doomed it's only a matter of time.
They all fall eventually, and the Assad regime thieves will try to flee with there stolen billions.
Leaving behind the ruins.
Yes Avenger! This Assad will not last!!!! And this is where the international community needs to play their part. NO ONE should accept Assad or his partners after his regime topples. All his foreign assest should be immediately frozen. He should be turned over to an international tribunal for crimes against humanity. He and all of his cabinet/advisors should not sleep a single night peacefully after their reign of terror against their own citizens!
reality is always best

Covington, VA

#20 Jun 27, 2012
Avenger wrote:
The Syria dictatorship is doomed it's only a matter of time.
They all fall eventually, and the Assad regime thieves will try to flee with there stolen billions.
Leaving behind the ruins.
Dictatorship?? You must be talking about the puppet governments of saudi arabia and qatar and bahrain.Or maybe you are talking about the american government and israel.The Syrian government is certainly not a dictatorship and most Syrians will agree.

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