Syria: Rebels in Crisis as Regime Forces Continue to Make Gains

Nov 13, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Arutz Sheva Israel News

Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad have wrested control of a flashpoint suburb of the capital Damascus, continuing a string of recent gains by regime forces against rebels.

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Excellent Article!! The days are now numbered for this idiotic rebellion.
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Nov 13, 2013
 
May the Saudis and Qataris follow in their wake.
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Nov 13, 2013
 
Yesterday, the The People's Council of Western Kurdistan (PYD) declared an autonomous Kurdish region in the areas liberated by its forces.

And may Erdogan enjoy the unintended consequences of his own meddling.

He'll enter the history books as the antithesis of Ataturk, as the leader who disemboweled Turkey.
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Nov 13, 2013
 
mxlplx wrote:
May the Saudis and Qataris follow in their wake.
Agreed!!
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Nov 13, 2013
 
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> Agreed!!
A lot of theses jihadists are going home. They're not staying. And when they go home, the home countries will feel the pain Syria is going thru now.

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Nov 13, 2013
 
Allah really is Great.
Now let's chat to the duffers who now know the difference between Jihad in Afghanistan and Jihad in Syria.
Its as I have already explained , ibn Taymiyya laid out strict rules for the instigation of war.
All of them were breached in Syria.
These retiring idiots have only their corrupt Clerics to blame for putting them on the wrong track.
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Red East wrote:
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A lot of theses jihadists are going home. They're not staying. And when they go home, the home countries will feel the pain Syria is going thru now.
That is exactly what the West is beginning to fear.

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Red East wrote:
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A lot of theses jihadists are going home. They're not staying. And when they go home, the home countries will feel the pain Syria is going thru now.
Hello Paris, London and Washington, DC. The chickens are coming home to roost. I sure am glad I do not live near any of those places.
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Nov 15, 2013
 
Abdurratln wrote:
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Hello Paris, London and Washington, DC. The chickens are coming home to roost. I sure am glad I do not live near any of those places.
These extremists are beyond despicable.
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Abdurratln wrote:
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Hello Paris, London and Washington, DC. The chickens are coming home to roost. I sure am glad I do not live near any of those places.
I just hope if they manage to get home in one piece they go after the right people,if you get my drift.

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Nov 15, 2013
 
That is wrong , anarchy can't be harnessed.
Except when your invaded then anything goes.
That's really what jihad is supposed to be , but the concept gets abused.
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Nov 15, 2013
 
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>I just hope if they manage to get home in one piece they go after the right people,if you get my drift.
Careful, Mr. Putin may not like your intention.
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Nov 15, 2013
 
Kurds are not stupid, they know that {President Basar Al Assad is going to win.

The Kurds simply dont want to be on the loosing side of the war, Currently Kurds are just securing their stake in a future Syria as did the Iraqi Kurds in Northern Iraq ( Iraqi Kurdistan) in the erly. 90's
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Nov 15, 2013
 
Ivan Zvonko Kilic wrote:
Kurds are not stupid, they know that {President Basar Al Assad is going to win.
The Kurds simply dont want to be on the loosing side of the war, Currently Kurds are just securing their stake in a future Syria as did the Iraqi Kurds in Northern Iraq ( Iraqi Kurdistan) in the erly. 90's
Completely agree.
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George wrote:
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Careful, Mr. Putin may not like your intention.
I don't have any intention,the people who should be worried are in my Country your Country and the US,and don't forget those French idiots,i always wanted to visit Egypt and some other Countries in the middle East,thanks to the criminals who Govern us I don't think I will ever make it.
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<quoted text>I don't have any intention,the people who should be worried are in my Country your Country and the US,and don't forget those French idiots,i always wanted to visit Egypt and some other Countries in the middle East,thanks to the criminals who Govern us I don't think I will ever make it.
It will be a while before they again become tourist attractions.
Thanksgiving Day Kurd

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Nov 16, 2013
 
Ivan Zvonko Kilic wrote:
Kurds are not stupid, they know that {President Basar Al Assad is going to win.
The Kurds simply dont want to be on the loosing side of the war, Currently Kurds are just securing their stake in a future Syria as did the Iraqi Kurds in Northern Iraq ( Iraqi Kurdistan) in the early. 90's
I'm basting my Turkey as we speak.:)
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Thanksgiving Day Kurd wrote:
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I'm basting my Turkey as we speak.:)
LOL!!!
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Nov 17, 2013
 
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> It will be a while before they again become tourist attractions.
Indeed,a Woman I know tells me she has booked a vacation to Egypt over Christmas,don't think I would want to make that trip.
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Nov 17, 2013
 
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>Indeed,a Woman I know tells me she has booked a vacation to Egypt over Christmas,don't think I would want to make that trip.
It's a shame. I've been to Egypt many times, and the Pyramids are truly a sight to behold.

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