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Brothers in arms: the 10 brothers fighting for the Syrian uprising

There are 11 comments on the The Guardian story from Feb 23, 2013, titled Brothers in arms: the 10 brothers fighting for the Syrian uprising. In it, The Guardian reports that:

From peasant sons of the northern plains to rebels at the heart of the Syrian uprising: a family at war Band of brothers : Mohammed Rias, 37; Ala?a, 23; Anas, 35; Khaled, 29; Quteiba, 30; Rida, 19; Ahmed, 25; Rafat, 21; Issam, 27.

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Syrian

Syria

#1 Feb 23, 2013
They are a bunch of useless bums paid by Qatar..
I know them..
Dont Care

Welland, Canada

#2 Feb 23, 2013
Syrian wrote:
They are a bunch of useless bums paid by Qatar..
I know them..
5 are your mothers sons! She made $50!
well

Stoney Creek, Canada

#3 Feb 23, 2013
Good for them. Fighting against dictator Assad is a great thing.
Rtloder

Wollongong, Australia

#4 Feb 23, 2013
Syrian wrote:
They are a bunch of useless bums paid by Qatar..
I know them..

Useless bums, who have done something or rather participated in something never before achieved in modern history.
They have created "a" enemy that is "the" enemy of all Muslims everywhere.
Indonesian Muslims may still see Malaysian Muslims as rank, and vice versa
Muslims of the Philippines see the occupied of Mindanao as the central issue.
In Pakistan it's Kashmir.
The Indian Muslims see the problem differently.
Turkish Muslims are following the
Wahhab Cult of the dog, who in turn follow the Brotherhood.
The Brotherhood believe,(have done for 90 years), that their time has come when their satin who they call the Caliph of all Muslims will rule the world through France and Britain with the US as their No.1 agent.
The bastards are mad, and have to be ended.
For the first time in modern history Islam has a common enemy, they are it.

Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#5 Feb 23, 2013
With any luck they will get sent to Hell like thousands of other Rats.
Rtloder

Wollongong, Australia

#6 Feb 23, 2013
well wrote:
Good for them. Fighting against dictator Assad is a great thing.

Goof actually I meant to say good but I can't bring myself to rub it out.
Goof I've done it again.
Good point Well you proved my doctrinal completely. I was going to mention the Muslims of the Trans Caucasus along with the Uighurs but that is the bright spot in an otherwise dismal affair, and would contradict what I was saying, except for you of course.
Also to list you desperately, I mean separately would give you too much notoriety. You idiot.
Kar

Gdansk, Poland

#7 Feb 23, 2013
people who fight for their own country in Afghanistan are called by criminal, degenerate regime of usa-israel-western europe and other scum are called terrorists, guys, who are mercenearies killing people and ruining the country onw ish this axis of evil ( usa, israel, western europe and rest of the scum) are called brothers in arms.
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#8 Feb 23, 2013
So basically this article is trying to glorify the terrorist actions of a family??
truth always beats lIes23

Covington, VA

#9 Feb 23, 2013
Kar wrote:
people who fight for their own country in Afghanistan are called by criminal, degenerate regime of usa-israel-western europe and other scum are called terrorists, guys, who are mercenearies killing people and ruining the country onw ish this axis of evil ( usa, israel, western europe and rest of the scum) are called brothers in arms.
You are exactly right!!
had enuff

Nundah, Australia

#10 Feb 24, 2013
Dont Care wrote:
<quoted text> 5 are your mothers sons! She made $50!
The other 5 are your brothers. And your mum didn't get paid anything for it....because she is an ugly scrag.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#11 Feb 24, 2013
truth always beats lIes23 wrote:
<quoted text>You are exactly right!!

That fight is over the foreigners (NATO) are going home, but the problem is whose been bombing in Pakistan and why.
You don't have to delve deep to find it's the same Al-Qaeda that's bombing Syria.
Pakistan is having elections to trial a new approach to the problem, the Afghan Taliban can be a part of the solution or the cause of the problem.
Pakistan can't have an each way bet, I draw similarities with the Egyptian situation.

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