Iran to bolster Assad's forces with 4,000 Revolutionary Guard soldiers

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Iran is to reportedly send 4,000 Iranian Revolutionary Guards to Syria to support President Bashar al-Assad in the fight against opposition forces.

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Syrian

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And the proxy war heats up!
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I wish they would send 40.000,its time to confront the Reich head on.I remember when the Apartheid forces invaded Angola with US backing,the Cubans sent jet fighters long range howitzers and thousands of combat troops,the Apartheid forces and their local collaborators of UNITA were annihilated,i believe it was the turning point in the fight against Apartheid.
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Too little,too late,they should have send them two years ago.
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How are they getting there? Through Iraqi air space, I assume.

Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when empowering the shi'a to the east and the sunni on their sleeve.
Syrian

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Jun 16, 2013
 
infowars wrote:
How are they getting there? Through Iraqi air space, I assume.
Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when empowering the shi'a to the east and the sunni on their sleeve.
The Syrian border is porous. They could get them there through any number of points.
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Jun 16, 2013
 
Probably through Iraq,those Shia in Iraq have woken up to the Wahabi threat,Jihadists have been crossing into Syria from Anbar for a long time,these are the very same people the US were fighting,when in Iraq they were terrorists,as soon as they cross into Syria they are freedom loving democrats,now Iraqi shia are crossing into syria to fight for Assad.
Syrian

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Jun 16, 2013
 
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
Probably through Iraq,those Shia in Iraq have woken up to the Wahabi threat,Jihadists have been crossing into Syria from Anbar for a long time,these are the very same people the US were fighting,when in Iraq they were terrorists,as soon as they cross into Syria they are freedom loving democrats,now Iraqi shia are crossing into syria to fight for Assad.
It's a simple task to interject soldiers into Syria, especially for military forces such as Iran's.
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Jun 16, 2013
 
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> It's a simple task to interject soldiers into Syria, especially for military forces such as Iran's.
They should just send some troop ships direct to syria and they could send some heavy armour at the same time,it would also send a message to the Reich that they don't have a monopoly of helping their friends.
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OK, ok...lets calm down and negotiate a jewish peace treaty.

And let's forget israeli jews War Crimes of my brother and sisters.

We jew jews want the rge honest USA to broker your future as our neighbor, Lets sit and talk,....shalom
Oliver Cromwell

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Mendel Schneerson wrote:
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OK, ok...lets calm down and negotiate a jewish peace treaty.
And let's forget israeli jews War Crimes of my brother and sisters.
We jew jews want the rge honest USA to broker your future as our neighbor, Lets sit and talk,....shalom
You'r a funny Man.

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Jun 16, 2013
 
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middl...
"...Iranian sources say they liaise constantly with Moscow, and that while Hizballah’s overall withdrawal from Syria is likely to be completed soon – with the maintenance of the militia’s ‘intelligence’ teams inside Syria – Iran’s support for Damascus will grow rather than wither. They point out that the Taliban recently sent a formal delegation for talks in Tehran and that America will need Iran’s help in withdrawing from Afghanistan. The US, the Iranians say, will not be able to take its armour and equipment out of the country during its continuing war against the Taliban without Iran’s active assistance.

One of the sources claimed – not without some mirth -- that the French were forced to leave 50 tanks behind when they left because they did not have Tehran’s help...."

Well there are circa 8000 Saudi Qutubists fighting in Syria. 70 sent back home.
http://www.presstv.com/detail/2013/06/16/3093...
"...there were four women among the 70 killed. He also said there are currently about 8,000 Saudi nationals fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the country.

According to the report, Saudi Arabia’s intelligence sources help with transferring fighters to Syria through Jordan...."
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Jun 17, 2013
 
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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They should just send some troop ships direct to syria and they could send some heavy armour at the same time,it would also send a message to the Reich that they don't have a monopoly of helping their friends.
I'm sure they will send whatever is necessary!
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Jun 17, 2013
 
Would be rather ironic, wouldn't it - if the US supplied anti-tank weapons to Syria that fell into the hands of al Nusra/Qaeda, funneled to al Qaeda in Iraq and used against our tanks.

Not the first time in our history.
General Confusion

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The CIA is thinking of changing its name to 'Confused In Assyria'.
Falcon

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Oliver Cromwell wrote:
I wish they would send 40.000,its time to confront the Reich head on.I remember when the Apartheid forces invaded Angola with US backing,the Cubans sent jet fighters long range howitzers and thousands of combat troops,the Apartheid forces and their local collaborators of UNITA were annihilated,i believe it was the turning point in the fight against Apartheid.
Oliver, be careful with what you say. Both my uncles a lot of fought in the Agolan war, I have come across numerous shaken up people who lost good friends and suffer PTSD to this day. There were also many patriotic blacks who fought alongside in the conflict and may I add that national service was compulsery after school. I couldn't call it a war, it was more like guerrilla skirmishes and special operations. Although I'm no fan of apartheid we were still at war against communism and all the crimson blood and endless death that it entails, it wasn't communism that lead to the end but rather NWO and the US deciding that the regime had out lived its usefulness...

You see we were the most feared and powerful army in Africa, we were also very specialised and had renowned tactical units, armoured vehicles, air force, ect, ect ect. We modeled our forces to that of the IDF and were also an internationally recognised and respected force.. America backed us and didn't want communism spreading to yet onother country, but as soon as communism fell in the Soviet Union and they could no longer sustain the African efforts the United States felt threatened by our strength, they then turned the knife on us and went on an extensive and brutal media campaign against SA.. All of a sudden all white people were evil and supporters of apartheid, which was far from the truth.. We were just too powerful at that stage and the NWO couldn't control us and get their grimy hands on our very important and numerous resources, so they instigated yet another change of government which consiquently lead to the dismantlement of the armed forces quality that existed... If there were more whites as in the US it would have been a different story, but were out numbered by all the savages as a whole.

Don't get me wrong, freedom is the better option and I wholly support it but the transition happend too quickly and damaged the country, much like giving birth. One cannot just yank a baby out of the womb, its a delicate process. Now the country is riddled with incompetence and corruption, the economy is withering and everything is worse for ware... We have been severly weaked, but that was the point brought on by NWO...
Falcon

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Jun 17, 2013
 
Send more, much more!!! We can see that lethal aid won't be nearly enough for the filthy terrorist "rebels".. The west is going to come out of this like bent and out of shape rusty scrap metal, its better if Obama goes on a hunt for Snowden.. Obama is the biggest terrorist the US has ever faced, now with all these state secrets coming to the serface and that Israel nuke facility aslo being let out of the bag.. Bush was a brute and is responsible for countless deaths ravaging the US with all those costly wars, but I have a feeling when Americans look back on Obama's rule, they'll see how truly devistating it really was.. The words silent but violent comes to mind...
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Jun 17, 2013
 
General Confusion wrote:
Would be rather ironic, wouldn't it - if the US supplied anti-tank weapons to Syria that fell into the hands of al Nusra/Qaeda, funneled to al Qaeda in Iraq and used against our tanks.
Not the first time in our history.
Every weapon will get into the hands of Nusra/Qaeda. They are running the rebel's show!
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Jun 17, 2013
 
General Confusion wrote:
Would be rather ironic, wouldn't it - if the US supplied anti-tank weapons to Syria that fell into the hands of al Nusra/Qaeda, funneled to al Qaeda in Iraq and used against our tanks.
Not the first time in our history.
If irony was made of strawberries the whole world would be drinking smoothies right now.... I guess you might have missed it but usa pulled out of iraq so thats not likely... now if they smuggle them to afghanistan then maybe :))

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Jun 17, 2013
 
The guards are 125000 strong so they will have many to replace those who are killed or injured when the real war starts.
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Jun 17, 2013
 
Syrian wrote:
<quoted text> Every weapon will get into the hands of Nusra/Qaeda. They are running the rebel's show!
And we think the CIA will pre-empt them. LOL

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