Sep 08

This Is What Happened When The New York Times Answered “What Is Aleppo”:


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Sep 08

“I Blanked, It Happens” – Gary Johnson Makes No Excuses For His Aleppo Slip

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Sep 08

Gary Johnson Crushes Libertarian Hopes with 3 Little Words:

“What is Aleppo?”

Related info:

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson just sold out to Big Pharma… says children should be forcibly injected with mercury at gunpoint… claims government ‘science’ overrides medical freedom

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Aug 21

H/t reader squodgy:

“Here we go again, staged actors…. we just can’t believe anything anymore can we?”

The “Wounded Boy In Orange Seat” – Another Staged “White Helmets” Stunt:

This pic is makingtherounds in “western” media together with a tearful story from “activists” in a neighborhood in al-Qaeda occupied east-Aleppo.


A boy, seemingly wounded, sits quietly in a brand new, very well equipped ambulance. At a point he touches what looks like a wound on his left temple. He shows no reaction to that touch.

The two minute video (also here), from which the pic is taken, shows the boy being handed from the dark above to some person in a rescue jacket and carried into the ambulance. There he sits quietly, unattended, while several people take videos and pictures of him. One other kids, not obviously wounded, is then carried to the ambulance.

As the story is told: Continue reading »

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Aug 20


#Aleppo Boy: The “Wounded Boy In Orange Seat” – Another Staged “White Helmets” Stunt

Aleppo Boy - Ash-covered child brings home horror of Syrian war to the world

#Aleppo Boy: Ash-covered child brings home horror of Syrian war to the world (GRAPHIC VIDEO, PHOTOS):

Harrowing images of an ash-covered boy who survived an air strike in Syria has quickly spread across the internet, shocking and disturbing social media users.

While there are many horrifying images from Syria, this, like the image of drowned Syrian refugee Aylan Kurdi, managed to capture the world’s attention. Continue reading »

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Aug 06


The Heartbreaking Reason Syrian Children Are Burning Tires in the Streets:

The skies above the Syrian city of Aleppo filled with smoke earlier this week as children burned tires to create a makeshift no-fly zone in a last-ditch effort to protect their homes. This heartbreaking act of desperation directly followed recent air raids, which killed at least 42 civilians and left dozens more wounded. Syrian and Russian government forces have been pummeling what was once known as “the jewel of Syria” with heavy fire for more than 80 consecutive days.

In that time span alone, at least two hospitals have been hit, and more than 6,000 people have been killed or injured — mostly civilians. Although rebels have been fighting back, the combined power and resources of the Syrian and Russian governments are thus far impossible for the rebels to match. Meanwhile, U.S.-backed rebels fighting against Assad in Syria recently beheaded a young boy on camera and have been suspected of a recent chlorine gas attack that killed five civilians, among other atrocities. Continue reading »

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Jun 11


French Forces Begin Construction of Military Base in Syria’s Aleppo:

According to a Kurdish source, French forces stationed in northern Syria have begun constructing a military base near the city of Kobani in Aleppo province.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – French forces stationed in northern Syria have begun constructing a military base near the city of Kobani in Aleppo province, a Kurdish source told Sputnik on Friday.”The French have begun constructing a military base similar to the US military bases… French experts and military advisers working in the region will be stationed there,” the source said.

According to the source, French, UK and US experts are stationed in the city of Manbij in the same province to consult the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces militias.

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Jun 06

Russia to give strongest air support to Syrian army in Aleppo area – Lavrov:

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says Russia will provide “the most active” air support for Syrian ground troops in and around the city of Aleppo to prevent terrorists from seizing it.

“We will decide on how our air forces should act, depending on the situation,” Lavrov said in a media conference following talks with his Finnish counterpart. “This will not be a surprise for the Americans.”

Al-Nusra Front, an al Qaeda offshoot in Syria, went on an offensive in Aleppo last week. The Russian military blamed the US for stalling Russian airstrikes against the terrorist group’s forces in the region. The US said moderate rebel groups mingled with the terrorists in some areas and that Russia should use caution and not strike those groups by mistake. Continue reading »

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Apr 05

Iranian Special Forces arrive in Aleppo:

The Iranian Army’s elite 65th Airborne Brigade (NOHED) reportedly arrived to the southern Aleppo town of Al-Hadher on Tuesday after the recent announcement of their deployment to Syria in order to advise the Syrian Armed Forces.

The official page of the pro-government militia “Liwaa Al-Baqir” was the first to report their arrival; however, there has been no official confirmation from the Iranian Ministry of Defense. Continue reading »

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Feb 13

What could possibly go wrong?

Russia’s PM Medvedev Warns of New War if US, Arab Troops Invade Syria

Russia Warns Of ‘New World War’ Starting In Syria

Turkey Shells Aleppo, Says “Massive Escalation” In Syria Imminent As Saudis Ready Airstrikes:

Update: At least two sources confirm that Turkey also fired on the Syrian army on Saturday, an exceptionally provocative move.

Update: Washington has now weighed in and is asking the Turks to please stop shelling the soldiers the Pentagon is arming.

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Even as all sides – including the US, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and select rebel groups – pretend to be working towards a ceasefire and a diplomatic solution to the five year conflict in Syria, actions speak louder than words, and to put it as succinctly as possible, everyone is still fighting.

In fact, the fighting is more intense than ever. Russia and Hezbollah are closing in on Aleppo, the country’s largest city and a key urban center where rebels are dug in for what amounts to a last stand. If the city is liberated by the government (and yes, “liberated” is more accurate than “falls” because occupied territory belongs to the Syrian government, not to Sunni extremists), Assad will have regained control of the country’s backbone in the west. Continue reading »

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Feb 10

Now that the Syrian army, with help from Russia, is taking back Syria, “Syrian refugees” are fleeing to Europe?

Turkey fears new influx of up to 600,000 Syrian refugees (The Times of Israel):

Ankara says current objective is to keep wave of people on other side of its borders, provide needed aid there

NKARA, Turkey — The Turkish government fears that fierce fighting in Syria’s Aleppo province will spark the arrival of up to 600,000 refugees at its border in a “worst case scenario”, Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said Monday.

“The worst-case scenario that could happen in this region in the short term would be a new influx of 600,000 refugees at the Turkish frontier,” Kurtulmus told journalists following a cabinet meeting.

 The clashes in the north of Aleppo province — sparked by a week-long government assault with Russian air support — have displaced tens of thousands of people.

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Oct 29


Dramatic Footage From The Syrian War In Aleppo And Palmyra:

Back in May, ISIS seized the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, a UNESCO world heritage site.

The world immediately began to panic at the prospect of the city’s destruction at the hands of Islamic State. Since then, there have been various reports which indicate ISIS has in fact decimated a few treasures of antiquity and indeed, some of that destruction reportedly involved tying prisoners to ancient columns and then subsequently blowing them up (that “intelligence” comes from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights so one should take it with a grain of salt).


(an image purporting to show the destruction of ancient ruins)

Palmyra is but one key city the Assad regime and its Russian and Iranian allies are attempting to retake. Others include Aleppo, where Hezbollah and IRGC forces are fighting under cover of Moscow’s warplanes to wrest control from a hodgepodge of rebels and militants.  Continue reading »

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