March 11, 2014
Salem-News.com (Feb-01-2014 10:49)
Anna O`Leary: `US Supporting Terrorism in Syria`Salem-News.com
According to Reuters, US lawmakers voted behind closed doors in order to fund the arms deliveries through the end of the 2014 fiscal year. (Video is set to auto play)
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The United States is “supporting terrorism” in Syria despite its claims that it is fighting terrorism in the world, a political commentator tells Press TV.
Salem-News.com (Jan-29-2014 23:56)
Long Odds to Save Their Country...
Dr. Franklin Lamb Salem-News.com
A neighborhood was shelled by explosives leaving a toddler buried alive beneath suffocating rocks and dirt.
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A baby buried alive was rescued from the rubble after an explosion in Syria. The video was first published by Nour.Media.Center activists in Syria's second city of Aleppo on January 22, 2014 showing dramatic scenes as a miracle unfolds before the camera.
Many are accusing the Assad army of destroying the building in which the child's family lived, in the Almasranih Neighborhood of Aleppo in Syria.
17,000 Palestinian Refugees in the Yarmouk Camp in Damascus are being starved to death by Al Qaeda Terrorists who will not let them leave to buy food.
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This has been going on for months now and the world is turning a blind eye to their plight. Instead the west are supporting the very terrorists who are using these people as human shields.
There are babies in the camp who have already died. One mother managed to escape to get some food so that she could make milk to breastfeed her baby. The terrorists prevented her returning and the baby died.
It took several hours of negotiation to be allowed to film the moment the fighters lay down their weapons in the silent alley.
They emerged from the shadows of a rubble-strewn street, hands raised and stripped to the waist to ensure they weren’t wearing suicide vests.
But this wasn’t a trap or a staged piece of propaganda. These were defectors from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) who had been besieged for more than a year and had had enough.
President Al Assad sat down with Agence Press France for this extensive interview about one of the most turbulent places in the world, where the U.S. continues to wage wars of attrition.
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In spite of their best efforts to unseat Syria's President Bashal al Assad and disband its secular government, the western powers have failed to bring about the regime change they seek.
The United States is funding al Qaeda militants; the same jihadist mercenaries the Americans were recently fighting in Iraq, to destabilize Syria, but the intervention of Russia has slowed the U.S. mission to wage war in yet another country.
International law relevant to situations of this nature was created specifically to stop the targeting of civilians.
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At the Palestine Embassy in Beirut recently, a young lady showed this observer a video of a gentleman in Yarmouk camp in Damascus. The video showed the man killing and eating a cat.
Food ran out in Yarmouk weeks ago, and nearly 18,000 refugees are facing death from starvation and other conflict-related causes. This siege has been ongoing since July 2013, and it has become viciously lethal.
In selling the mercenary jihadist mission of the Free Syrian Army, Vallely and a TV program host suggest the FSA is secular, and that is the farthest thing from the truth.
Video from LiveLeak shows U.S. Gen. Paul E. Vallely with the Free Syrian Army (FSA) after he entered Syrian territory by crossing the Turkish border.
Almost a year later they began killing each other. What is interesting about his words, at the end of the video, is that they are totally false. He characterizes the murderous band of jihadist mercenaries known as the FSA as if they were a serious legitimate force.
Russia has told the United States that it will continue to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's campaign against foreign-backed militants. (Video is on auto play)
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The remarks were made during a meeting between high-ranking Russian diplomats and US Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman in Moscow on Friday.
Sherman did not address reporters after her meeting with Russian Deputy Foreign Ministers Mikhail Bogdanov and Gennady Gatilov, but the Russian Foreign Ministry said the two diplomats told Sherman that foreign-backed militants are a threat to both Syria's future and regional stability.