Syria slams 'hostile' France as fighting rages

Nov 18, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Daily Star

Syrian Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs, Ali Haidar , is seen before the "national dialogue" meeting between representatives of the Syrian government and the new Syrian opposition in Tehran, on November 18, 2012.

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Truth Always beats lies 2

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The "hostile" france is just a puppet of the american government and israel doing as it is told by the worlds 2 biggest terrorist.The entire world should be speaking out against the obvious support given to terrorist by the american government and israel.
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Hollande has got it all wrong...
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Nov 18, 2012
 
Truth Always beats lies 2 wrote:
The "hostile" france is just a puppet of the american government and israel doing as it is told by the worlds 2 biggest terrorist.The entire world should be speaking out against the obvious support given to terrorist by the american government and israel.
Those French azzzwipes were the same fools who were bitching about Bush invading Iraq to go after Saddam!!!
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France is broke,it would sell it's own mother if it had to, it needs money from the gulf states.Go figure.
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Nov 19, 2012
 
jo jo wrote:
France is broke,it would sell it's own mother if it had to, it needs money from the gulf states.Go figure.
Hey we don't all have the privilege of living in Australia, lol.
Nice place by the way, damn expensive, almost as expensive as my homebase.

France is broke but so is everyone else around, debtwise.
Most important is for individuals to have all paid for, no credits the republic will do the rest.
And good health too...

So when the waves recede back after the tsunami, all those without swimwear will be exposed to all.
super grover

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Nov 19, 2012
 
ocxz wrote:
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Hey we don't all have the privilege of living in Australia, lol.
Nice place by the way, damn expensive, almost as expensive as my homebase.
France is broke but so is everyone else around, debtwise.
Most important is for individuals to have all paid for, no credits the republic will do the rest.
And good health too...
So when the waves recede back after the tsunami, all those without swimwear will be exposed to all.
if any are left that is lol
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jo jo wrote:
France is broke,it would sell it's own mother if it had to, it needs money from the gulf states.Go figure.
Those clowns will be OK. They just need to put on some perfume and drink some more wine!

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