Posts Tagged ‘Bashar al-Assad’

Update: June 5, 2011

The Courageous Syrian Army continues to attack their own people of unarmed civilians. I wonder if they were to face the Israeli Terror Forces, would they last more than 10 minutes? Why don’t they point their guns towards the occupiers of their lands and liberate the Golan Heights?
Shame on these thugs. Meanwhile, Israel celebrates such Arab and Syrian stupidity and continues to humiliate Syrians in Golan Heights.

The video aboveclearly shows the Syrian’s regime terrorists in action. These people should be remembered, captured and hung by the balls!

A family of murderers and criminals, the Assad (wahsh: beast) clan thinks it owns the country of 22,000,000 people.

The news and video footage of what’s happening throughout Syria leads one to think that this can’t be happening. It’s like a nightmare and something that happens in fiction.. “leaders” killing their people?

One would expect this from the only terrorist country of the Middle East; Israel, an enemy of humanity and enemy of the whole Middle East. These people think they have a Cart Blanche from God to kill and massacre in His name… despicable! But when Arab “leaders” act in the same manner, it’s more horrific. Their tanks and guns should be directed at the enemy, not their brothers and sisters.

In a show of force, Bashar Al Assad (Al Wahash) tanks have taken up positions near the urban centres of Homs, Rastan and Banias in the past two days.

Last week, Assad ordered the army into Deraa, yet claims that he’s unaware of any killings (didn’t all the deposed tyrants say the same thing?) cradle of the uprising that began with demands for greater freedom and an end to corruption and is now pressing for his removal.

Point turret towards Israeli Terror Forces, not Syrians!

Assad said the protesters were part of a foreign conspiracy to cause sectarian strife!

His father, Hafez al-Assad, used similar language when he crushed those who challenged his rule in the 1980s, culminating in the violent suppression of an uprising in the city of Hama in which 30,000 people were killed.

An ultra-loyalist division led by his brother Maher shelled and machinegunned Deraa’s old quarter on Saturday. Like father, like son! A bunch of terrorists who think they own the country. 22,000,000 do not want him or his family and they, the few, the degenerate, the heathen, want to stay?

Human rights campaigners say security forces killed at least 62 civilians, including 17 in Rastan alone, during those protests. To date, the death toll is approaching 500!

Tyrant on Fire

The so-called Arab leaders, whether Assad, Gaddafi, Saleh of Yemen or any other, must remember: the will of the people is stronger than  their desire to stay on their thrones. They will be arrested, tried, and hung to death. Too merciful. Too bad they cannot be shredded alive in some public gathering or square, where their deaths would quench the victims thirst for justice.

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These so-called Arab leaders who believe they “own” the countries they rule, are earning their place in history alongside Hitler, Sharon, Gaddafi and Netanyahu.

When their tanks attack civilians… but dare not fire on Israeli Occupation forces..

When they accuse the seekers of reform and liberty as terrorists…

When they commit atrocities parallel to those of Israelis against palestinians…

It’s time for these regimes to be toppled and “burnt alive” at the stake! And that’s a little too merciful!

More than 400 people have been killed in Syria across several weeks as the government has cracked down on protesters seeking reform, a human rights group in the country said Tuesday.

Bashar Al-Wahsh (literally meaning The Beast, and is his real legal name) has confirmed the name and proved to be  just like his father: a murdering blood-thirsty degenerate oppressor, who drew criticism for repressing his own people, in particular for ordering the Hama massacre of 1982, which has been described as “the single deadliest act by any Arab government against its own people in the modern Middle East.”

The Beast made no significant changes to the state of politics in Syria, as the Baath Party has stayed in control of the country and the reforms that he promised at the beginning of his rule never materialized.

In a country where Sunni Muslims make up the majority, the “Beast’s” regime is dominated by the Alawite minority, which make up about 12% of the population.

It’s time for democracy in the whole of the Middle East. Israel and Jordan, you’re next! The people have spoken!

The U.S. ignorant foreign policy

The United States is preparing new sanctions against members of al-Assad’s regime who are overseeing the violent crackdown, according to several senior U.S. officials with knowledge of the action. A new Treasury Department executive order targeting senior officials accused of human rights abuses would involve an asset freeze and travel ban, as well as prohibiting them from doing business in the United States.

“The Syrian people’s call for freedom of expression, association, peaceful assembly and the ability to freely choose their leaders must be heard,” Tommy Vietor, a spokesman for the U.S. National Security Council, said in a statement Monday.

The U.S. State Department also issued a statement Monday urging U.S. citizens to defer any travel to Syria.

CNN reported that the United States would welcome the prospect of the Syrian-Iranian alliance being broken, and with it their joint sponsorship of the Lebanese Shiite militia, Hezbollah. There might be the chance of movement toward peace with Israel (though surely not in the chaotic short term). “Peace with Israel?” What for? How does one make peace with terrorists supported by a superpower? Has the U.S. taken notice of the recent Egyptian poll in which over 54% are against the peace-treaty with Israel? When Arabs see their brothers and sisters being massacred and ethnically cleansed by the Israelis while the world looks the other way,  there will be no peace in the Middle East!

Meanwhile, the U.S. remains silent as Palestinians continue to be oppressed, humiliated and massacred by the Israeli Nazi-like (NaZionist) forces! Why wouldn’t the U.S. impose sanctions on this little country of Israeli terrorists? Then we wonder why they hate us!
UPDATE: Massacre in Latakia, Syria.
“Freedom does not come in ‘Home Delivery.’”

Whether the event took place in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, Bahrain, Syria and Jordan, we keep hearing the same exact accusations by the tyrants who think they “own” the countries they rule.

  • On December 30, 2010 Zein El Abedine Ben Ali’s threatened to “punish the rioters”in his speech. He said he “understood” people’s anger but that violence will not be tolerated (source)
  • On January 31, 2010, Hosni Mubarak of Egypt “acknowledged” the grievances of the demonstrators, but blamed the “Muslim Brotherhood” opposition movement for the disorder and looting of recent days, saying that Islamists had “striven to cause chaos”.
  • King Abdullah of Jordan blamed Israel for Arab anger!
  • On February 18, the “King” of Bahrain blamed Iran for the uprising against his family’s 200+ years in power!
  • On February 26, 2011 Qaddafi claimed that the protesters were young people who had been manipulated by Osama bin Laden, al-Qaeda’s leader, and were acting under the influence of hallucinogenic drugs!  A day earlier, Qaddafi’s son blamed Canada for the Libyan unrest! Later,  Qaddafi blamed the United States, hallucinogenic drugs, Egypt, young adults, “greasy rats,” gangsters, and (my personal favorite) “someone with a beard.
  • On March 2nd, 2011 Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen dismissed the rally by his people as “a copycat action” mimicking protests in other Arab countries. He charged that the “riots” had been fanned by Israel and the United States.
  • And On March 30, 2011 Assad blamed conspirators for the uprising! His “aides” stressed how important his address to his people would be, that it would contain “great news,” but turned out to be no more more than the speeches delivered by Mubarak, Qaddafi and Saleh! Same wording, same blame and same wish: to hold on to power!
And so on!
The rulers, naturally, never fault themselves or even question their governments of tyranny and oppression! If it’s not outside and/or foreign forces they can place the blame on, then it’s definitely the people’s fault!  Meanwhile, the guilty people are getting poorer while the rulers are becoming billionaires!
Compare this to the times of the Islamic Empire (632-1918) when the Arab world was united and border-less. Israel and Zionism did not exist and people lived in absolute peace and in unparalleled prosperity. At that time, Europe was deep in the abyss of its Dark Age period (5th – 15th Century)!

The political system then was really parallel to what we currently have in the U.S.: one elected President and “governors” running the vast parts of the empire. History attests to this prosperity and advancement in sciences, literature, architect, medicine, etc. Even the numbers we use (1, 2, 3) are Arabic numbers! The empire introduced the “zero” and everyone paid the “tax” (Zakah) and at one time, no poor family could be found to whom this “tax” could be paid in the form of assistance.

Now it’s exactly the opposite: Rulers are attached to their thrones! They steal the wealth and appoint their families to help them suffocate and steal more of their countries resources. They bribe and steal to achieve more power. Getting to power, as the modern world had witnessed was often based on a militant uprising against another (previous) ruler, promising prosperity and economic changes and such empty and false promises. Assad himself had promised, when he took office after the death of his father, that he would make Syria the envy of the Arab world and that every Arab would wish that s/he had the Syrian citizenship!

And such are the oppressive regimes of the Middle East. Blind, Ruthless, Tyrants… and we support them because of OIL or “our” interests while we call for democracy! The hypocrisy.

These regimes must GO!

Israel is reportedly planning to launch a new war to strengthen its position in the Middle East, following recent political reforms in regional states.

A Western diplomat in the Jordanian capital Amman said on Wednesday that Israel has decided to attack Syria and Lebanon following the downfall of Hosni Mubarak’s regime in Egypt, which served as a great loss to Tel Aviv, the Lebanese daily Assafir reported.

The diplomat reiterated that since Tel Aviv is seriously worried about consequences of the Egyptian revolution and future developments in the region, it wants to start a new war in the Middle East in order to turn the situation back in its favor.

“Israel intends to overthrow Bashar al-Assad government in Syria in a matter of weeks after a war with Lebanon’s resistance movement of Hezbollah east of Lebanon, near the border with Syria,” Assafir quoted the diplomat as saying.

He added that Israel has already informed Washington about the plan.

Egypt, which shares a long border with Israel, was the first Arab country to sign a peace treaty with Tel Aviv in 1979, following secret negotiations at the Camp David resort in the US.

For years, Egypt Mubarak helped Israel impose a deadly siege on the Gaza Strip by closing the Rafah crossing to Palestinians, keeping Gaza’s 1.5 million population trapped in the tiny coastal enclave.

The Israeli regime now fears that by the opening of Rafah, Hamas, the democratically-elected government of Gaza, will gain more power.

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Israel has informed Washington? And Washington, apparently approved! Do these morons-of-so-called-leaders learn anything from history, let alone current events?  Then the Western Powers “discuss” a No Fly Zone over Libya? Makes sense!!!

May be Israel should start a war. The last two aggressions against Palestinians in Gaza and the Lebanese resulted in humiliating defeats for the Israeli Terror Forces. Maybe we need to celebrate another humiliation of Israel.

Any and all dictatorships in the Middle East must be eliminated.

Generally speaking, Middle Easterners fear their governments because they were raised to keep their mouths shut: dare criticize governments, and you are wiped off the pages of history. Period.

Syria is no different. As in any country in the Middle East, the affluent praise the regime and boast the freedom with which the dictator bless the masses… so they think! The rest are worried about being terrorized, jailed and even executed. Officials will then claim such dissidents never existed!

 

In Damascus, Syria, protests failed to get underway on Friday despite heavy promotion on social networking sites.

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Image via Wikipedia campaigns on Facebook and Twitter had called for a "day of rage" on Friday and Saturday, following similar actions in Yemen, Egypt and Tunisia.

But despite 12,000 “likes” on its campaign site, the streets of the Old City remained quiet on Friday.

The city did see a higher number of security agents but it was not clear whether protesters had been put off by authorities.
The city did see a higher number of security agents but it was not clear whether protesters had been put off by authorities.

“Syrian dissidents, including Kurds, did not respond to this call because they are convinced protests would be inefficient under the current conditions,” Abdel Karim Rihawi, president of the Syrian League for the Defence of Human Rights, was quoted by the AFP news agency as saying.

Earlier, Human Rights Watch called on the country’s authorities to “respect” the right of its people to protest, following reports that protest organisers had been intimidated by security forces.

 

“Syria’s government should immediately cease its intimidation and harassment of demonstrators expressing solidarity with pro-democracy campaigners in Egypt,” the human rights group said in a statement.

Bashar al-Assad, Syria’s president, has resisted calls for political freedoms and jailed many critics of his regime.

On Wednesday, a group of 20 people in civilian clothing beat and dispersed 15 demonstrators who had gathered in old Damascus to hold a candlelight vigil for Egyptian demonstrators.

 

“Security services also detained two young male demonstrators for a few hours … and have exerted pressure on organisers to cease any public gatherings,” Human Rights Watch said.

But the voices calling for freedom, and the souls yearning for democracy, shall not be silenced. Each dictator in the Middle East will be disgraced, not just by history, but by the people they enslaved, tortured and crushed!  Sooner or later, these people will be paraded in their own capitals and taken to the Guillotine to face justice and “enjoy” the worst day of their lives!