Russian arms trader: Syria shipments will continue

Feb 13, 2013 Full story: Seattle Post-Intelligencer 369

Anatoly Isaikin, the head of Russia's state arms trader Rosoboronexport, speaks at a news conference in Moscow, Russia, on Wednesday, Feb.

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Syrian

New London, CT

#373 Apr 21, 2013
AbeUG exposed wrote:
Assad is great Man.
Down with UN!
LOL!!!
Syrian

New London, CT

#374 Apr 24, 2013
Leonid-Rostow wrote:
en ria ru/military_news/20130412/1806 12838.html
" Russia’s naval task force in the Mediterranean will be augmented next week with the Ropucha-II Class landing ship Azov from the Black Sea Fleet, navy spokesman Capt. 1st Rank Vyacheslav Trukhachev said on Friday."
And no one will say "Boo" to them!
The Great Iron Dictator

Crna Gora, Montenegro

#375 Apr 24, 2013
Hey Syrian Man...what do you think about future of Syria?
ocxz

Sainte-marie, Reunion

#376 Apr 24, 2013
The Great Iron Dictator wrote:
Hey Syrian Man...what do you think about future of Syria?
I have a feeling there will be housing needs.
& some reconstruction work.
rtloder

Wentworthville, Australia

#377 Apr 24, 2013
ocxz wrote:
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I have a feeling there will be housing needs.
& some reconstruction work.

A small price to pay for the unification of Islam.
Syrian

New London, CT

#378 Apr 24, 2013
ocxz wrote:
<quoted text>
I have a feeling there will be housing needs.
& some reconstruction work.
Yes, Assad will have to undergo major urban renewal projects.

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#379 May 7, 2013
I personally think that neither of the two sides should be given arms. Far too much is uncertain as it is, and a wrong move could be regretted for decades, even centuries, to come.

My suggestion is for both sides to back off. If the Syrians fail to resolve their civil war, perhaps the only way to end it is to divide Syria, a northern half for Assad, and the south for the opposition. There really is no other way to end this quickly.
Carlos

New York, NY

#380 May 7, 2013
Nex131 wrote:
I personally think that neither of the two sides should be given arms. Far too much is uncertain as it is, and a wrong move could be regretted for decades, even centuries, to come.
My suggestion is for both sides to back off. If the Syrians fail to resolve their civil war, perhaps the only way to end it is to divide Syria, a northern half for Assad, and the south for the opposition. There really is no other way to end this quickly.
Like North and South Korea today? Nah, that wouldn't work...
Syrian

New London, CT

#381 May 7, 2013
Carlos wrote:
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Like North and South Korea today? Nah, that wouldn't work...
And why not? That has worked pretty well for over half a century!

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