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10.       armegon
1872 posts
 15 Jun 2011 Wed 10:40 pm

@tunci- I have no intention to justify Esad, he is in power for about 30 years, but I think dirty games that are being used to take down Bashar, are needed to be voiced. Unfortunately Turkey is one of the main actor in this theatre together with US. And this has nothing to do with DEMOCRACY. Last time Bashar´s police were shooting at the civilian people and dissidents were calling people to leave their places and to support the uprisings, then it is understood by the people they were not Bashar´s police but some people else wearing police uniforms, and you did not hear it on the news, did you?


@barba-at the moment I am working with many Syrian people who are from various regions of Syria, and that is why I responded to this thread like this otherwise I would do the same as you or many others who are being fed by Al Jazira news or any other bloodsucker media. Now let me tell you a real story what I heard from one of them. Nearly two months ago, a group of men caught in Syria by the locals, these men were armed and they were from KSA city of Hafr Batn which mainly the Saudi military located. And these men were seen in one place shooting sunni people in different clothing and image, again same men were seen shooting Shi´a people in different clothing. So what do you think the aim is?  And who do you think these dissidents are being funded by? So far I heard the weapons they are using are of Turkish origin. In my opinion no need for these dirty games supported by other states to knock down Bashar, which definitely would cause more and more death of people... 

Edited (6/15/2011) by armegon

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11.       scalpel
1472 posts
 16 Jun 2011 Thu 12:29 pm


Quoting tunci



 I am not talking about the " USA " democracy. The democracy I mean is " ATATURK´S DEMOCRACY "  He decribes Democracy in his speeces varios times ;



Hocam, we need to be realistic. USA is waiting behind the corner to export made-in-USA-type-democracy. They wouldn´t at all care about what is Atatürk´s definition of real democracy.


Edited (6/16/2011) by scalpel

12.       alameda
3499 posts
 17 Jun 2011 Fri 08:04 pm

I don´t know the details of the politics of the current Syria situation, all I know is a lot of people are suffering horribly.

I hate wars, when will we learn to get along....

13.       armegon
1872 posts
 18 Jun 2011 Sat 02:14 pm

easy champ, we will sort it out{#emotions_dlg.unsure}

Quoting MeDanone

nadaloo anni hanni li wara ye reet ye reet

haifa wehbe


my friends also called me sheebs, probably a lennox thing. Tres chic.


Now scratch your head. Now I know why Andrew Jones was talking about dildoe´s.




I´ll have you, Melanie Townsend, anytime



14.       barba_mama
1629 posts
 18 Jun 2011 Sat 11:51 pm

I wonder why everybody likes to hate the U.S.A. ...is it because they are cocky? The U.S. is a dying country when it comes to world-wide influence. It is silly to think that the U.S. is the root behind all evil in the world. Yes, they influence international politics, but if a country has a strong government which is good for its people, the U.S. or any other underground conspiracy group you can think of would be able to shake that government.

15.       stumpy
638 posts
 19 Jun 2011 Sun 01:46 am


I wonder why everybody likes to hate the U.S.A.

I think it´s because the U.S. government thinks it knows what is best when it comes to other coutries and the way those countries should be run.  It thinks that there is this wonderful mold that every other country´s government should fit into and does not take into consideration the country´s history, evolution and religious backround.

That´s just my opinion.

16.       alameda
3499 posts
 20 Jun 2011 Mon 04:39 am

Ummm....Barba...read again what you said....lol...really, that´s what you think? Is this a Freudian slip?

Quoting barba_mama

............... but if a country has a strong government which is good for its people, the U.S. or any other underground conspiracy group you can think of would be able to shake that government.



17.       teresa tazecan
3 posts
 23 Jun 2011 Thu 04:24 am

that is so sad man if i could help them to have freedom i would

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18.       Prashantsharma
34 posts
 15 Sep 2011 Thu 12:34 pm

This is pityful condition there... I´d like to say only... Allah...keep eyes on them all and give them peace

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