(EDITOR’S NOTE: Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the utter madness of the Jewish culture and religion. Despite the fact that their criminal Talmudic enclave is providing every form of support imaginable to the Takfiri fanatics ravaging Syria and Iraq, a group of “Israeli” activists of the “leftist” persuasion along with a few House Arabs decided to have a get-together to raise money for Syrian children. Cynical and sickening, while apt, would not even begin to describe this skullduggery. The usurping Zionist entity is the very reason why Syrian children are suffering now, and going back to the time of al-Naksa when the genocidal IOF ethnically cleansed over 124,000 Syrians from their homes and destroyed 134 villages in the Golan Heights, the usurping Zionist entity is the very reason why Syrian children and Syrians in general have always suffered. The piece below is almost like a parody; collaborationist, colonized Palestinians saying that Arabs and Jews should work together for a humanitarian cause despite the fact that Jews are occupying their land and destroying neighboring Syria; neocon “Israelis” openly questioning what in the world these “leftist” Jews are even wasting their time on “goyim” for, completing blowing the cover of their “liberal” clannish brethren who are attempting to maintain the illegitimate Jewish gangster regime’s fig leaf of “democracy”; and most insulting and eyebrow-raising of all, veteran “peace activist” Uri Avnery, longtime libeler of the Palestinian and Lebanese Resistance and “ex”-Jewish terrorist who murdered Arab women and children during the Nakba, actually having the gall to declare that “We are all Syrians”, when this disgraceful human being gleefully called for the repeat of the genocidal Libyan scenario led by the mass murder machine known as NATO in Syria. Again, ladies and gentlemen, I give you the utter madness of the Jewish culture and religion. If it wasn’t so sad that certain foolish Arabs partook in this Judaic debauchery, and if Palestinians, Syrians and Iraqis weren’t suffering so horrifically at the hands of these Zionist lunatics, I would laugh… because if this isn’t comedy — albeit tragical comedy — then what the hell is? ~ Jonathan Azaziah) Continue reading The Pathological Dementedness of Zionism: Israelis raise funds for Syrian children
Beirut, SANA – Iraqi Vice President Nouri al-Maliki said that Syria’s steadfastness has foiled the plan which was concocted for the region, because Syria is the gateway to Iraq and Iran, adding that those who were betting on a military solution are now seeking a political solution for the crisis in Syria. Continue reading Al-Maliki: Syria’s steadfastness foiled plan concocted for the region
A senior aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused Israel’s spy agency, Mossad, of training ISIL terrorists operating in Iraq and Syria, Press TV reports.
Alexander Prokhanov told Press TV that Mossad is also likely to have transferred some of its spying experiences to the ISIL leadership, adding that Israel’s military advisors could be assisting the Takfiri terrorists.
Prokhanov said ISIL is a byproduct of US policies in the Middle East. Continue reading Mossad training ISIS terrorists: Putin aide
Reports by UN observers in the Golan Heights over the past 18 months, submitted to the 15 members of the UN Security Council, detail regular contacts held on the border between officers and soldiers of the Zionist army and the Syrian armed groups, The Zionist daily Haaretz reported.
The reports revealed the type and extent of cooperation between the Zionist entity and Syrian opposition figures. Continue reading UN Reveals Close Zionist Links To Takfiri Gangs In Syria
The bloody conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Libya are the result of the interference by the US, which wants to gain control over the rich natural resources of those countries, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir told RT.
“The people in Sudan believe that the since the fall of the Soviet Union [in 1991], injustice and oppression has prevailed around the globe as the US became the sole hegemon and began running things with impunity in many regions, including ours,” Bashir said.
In his interview with RT’s Arabic Channel, the Sudanese president labeled Washington’s policies in Middle East and North Africa as “harmful and destructive.”
“Just look at what’s now happening in Iraq and how it spread to Syria. All the suffering that is going in the Arab world is the work of the US,” he said. Continue reading US meddling to blame for ‘all Arab world sufferings’ – Sudan president
Well-informed military sources denied the reports which stated that the ISIL terrorists controlled one of the Syrian Arab Army’s positions in the area of al-Jabal in Deir ez-Zour.
The sources told Al-Manar that the Syrian Arab Army frustrated ISIL’s attack and killed 68 multinational terrorists. Continue reading Syrian Arab Army Frustrates ISIS’s Attack in Deir Ez-Zour, Kills 68 Terrorists
Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to “Paris Match” Magazine, following is the full text of the interview:
Question 1: Mr. President, three years into this war, and considering how things have turned out, do you regret that you haven’t managed things differently at the beginning, with the appearance of the first signs of the revolution in March 2011? Do you feel that you are responsible for what happened?
President Assad: Even in the first days of the events, there were martyrs from the army and the police; so, since the first days of this crisis we have been facing terrorism. It is true that there were demonstrations, but they were not large in number. In such a case, there is no choice but to defend your people against terrorists. There’s no other choice. We cannot say that we regret fighting terrorism since the early days of this crisis. However, this doesn’t mean that there weren’t mistakes made in practice. There are always mistakes. Let’s be honest: had Qatar not paid money to those terrorists at that time, and had Turkey not supported them logistically, and had not the West supported them politically, things would have been different. If we in Syria had problems and mistakes before the crisis, which is normal, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the events had internal causes. Continue reading Full Paris Match Interview With President Assad: Syria won’t be Western puppet state
Moscow, SANA-Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev discussed Wednesday with a Syrian official delegation cooperation between Federal Russia and Syria in the domains of oil, gas, economy and energy.
Press office of the Russian government said Medvedev received members of the Syrian delegation, led by Minister of Oil and Mineral Resources Suleiman al-Abbas and Minister of Internal Trade Hassan Majed Safiyeh.
The office added that the Syrian delegation is on an official visit to Moscow to hold talks with Russian relevant ministries and institutions. Continue reading Syria, Russia to enhance oil, energy cooperation
by Joost Oliemans and Stijn Mitzer, NK News
As the now almost four-year-long Syrian Civil War continues, the full extent of North Korea’s influence in Syria remains seen every day.
Pyonygang and Damascus’ warm relations have led Syria to make several acquisitions of North Korean weaponry in the past. While the Syrian Civil War rages on, the Assad regime, the Islamic State and other factions continue to use much of this equipment in the conflict.
Perhaps the most notable impact of the DPRK’s arms industry on Syria can be found in Syria’s once enormous tank fleet. Namely, the DPRK upgraded hundreds of Soviet-made T-54 and T-55 tanks for Syria in the late ’70s and early ’80s, with some even seeing use in the 1982 Lebanon War.
Although the entire T-54 fleet (including the examples upgraded by North Korea) was presumably retired years ago, the T-55s certainly were not and nowadays a tank spotted in the northern half of Syria shows marks of the DPRK’s military influence more often than not. The T-54s themselves were stored in depots for most of the civil war, but as more and more armor has been destroyed and shortages grow, an increasing number are being brought back into service. Continue reading DPRK upgraded tanks still in use on Syrian battlefield