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Syrian Civil War -- fascinating new developments likely signal the beginning of the end.

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posted on Sep, 30 2018 @ 01:55 AM
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originally posted by: Forensick

originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
a reply to: Forensick

The bible also talks about how in the last days fire will fall from the sky and destroy cities. Several years ago, I realized that this sounds a lot like a nuclear war, if you were attempting to describe one to a pre-industrial people.


Or lighting, which was around at the time.

2nd

Or a major ELE asteroid impact..... had this debate many times with my fire and brimstone gramps who thinks it has to be a description of nuclear war...




posted on Sep, 30 2018 @ 03:44 AM
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If America amends its relationship with Syria, how would Iran take it?

What is Syria and Iran's relationship, currently or previously?

Would it be to far fetched to think Iran might nuke Damascus in retaliation for breaking their 'relationship'?

Food for thought.



posted on Sep, 30 2018 @ 09:25 AM
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originally posted by: Forensick

originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
a reply to: Forensick

The bible also talks about how in the last days fire will fall from the sky and destroy cities. Several years ago, I realized that this sounds a lot like a nuclear war, if you were attempting to describe one to a pre-industrial people.


Or lighting, which was around at the time.

2nd


Lightning can destroy cities?



posted on Sep, 30 2018 @ 09:30 AM
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a reply to: AndyFromMichigan

Amazing what happens when a country who was actually invited to Syria/is there lawfully (vs. illegally like we are, AKA we're the "illegals" there) tries to negotiate with the crack-pot terrorists our country has been training/arming. Have we learned nothing from the last 30-35 years, of course not...that'd mean we weren't in a decline. And since we are...well, QED.

Almost like that is.....meddling in the internal affairs of another country.

Besides, Syria doesn't need our brand of what passes for "help." Israel, Russia and Syria itself has been managing to get by just fine before we started equipping anti-government groups (ie: unlawful "Terrorists")
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posted on Sep, 30 2018 @ 09:35 AM
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a reply to: r0xor

nobody wants the nukes to fly. nobody wants war. nobody wants to lose the comforts of our modern world. nobody wants to lose the stability we've gained.

except the jihadis. They dont care. They dont have any comforts to lose. So, just hope they dont get any nukes.
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posted on Sep, 30 2018 @ 11:48 AM
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fascinating new developments likely signal the beginning of the end.


 




No, this is just a Lull in the Storm


the Jihadists are corralled around the Idlib region... Russia is mistaken by allowing a 25 Km cease-fire zone to be established for the evacuation of the Radical Sunni Jihadists.

...once they are freed they will regroup into reinvigorated Armies since they feel that PBUH - Allah delivered the rebels/radicals to once again create Chaos in the region


I guess the Russians forgot the lessons they got from the Chechnyan Muslims some years back


the Iranian's must be getting soft too, unless they are taking orders from Russia to cease-fire on the 80k
Jihadists that a falsely termed Syrian Free Army but are in fact a CIA proxy army of ISIS/al Nusra/AQ + others on a Western & Israeli payroll on a part-time basis


when Trump feels safe enough to hold back on the Coup perps... then Syria be become a flash point for the West again


with possibly Israel or France providing the Atomic Ordinance to make an example of Damascus in the sight of the world



posted on Nov, 20 2018 @ 09:51 PM
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The EU or anybody else, should not be fooled ! Idlib is part of Syria and the time is coming for the inevitable mop up of the EU-backed , in some cases EU-born terrorists!
A lot of Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Belgian and Dutch trained terrorists are living in Idlib with ISIS. They are either killed under Russian bombs, or they go back to their home countries in Europe !

Which one does Juncker, Merkel, Mattarella and all the other useless EUrocratsprefer ?



posted on Jan, 21 2019 @ 02:26 AM
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Current EU - Israeli idiotic strikes against Syria will not lead to any change of position from Assad govt.
EU hopeless ...



posted on Jan, 22 2019 @ 11:58 AM
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originally posted by: Flanker86
The EU or anybody else, should not be fooled ! Idlib is part of Syria and the time is coming for the inevitable mop up of the EU-backed , in some cases EU-born terrorists!
A lot of Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Belgian and Dutch trained terrorists are living in Idlib with ISIS. They are either killed under Russian bombs, or they go back to their home countries in Europe !

Which one does Juncker, Merkel, Mattarella and all the other useless EUrocratsprefer ?

lol really?!?!? Most of the rebels are EU born huh? That’s news to me, you live in a funny reality friend.



posted on Jan, 22 2019 @ 01:27 PM
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originally posted by: Forensick
Don’t forget the bible was written when they thought that little sh1t hole was the centre of the world. They didn’t realise that the British Empire and then American would (to coin a Martian phrase) science the sh1t out of it and remove all but oil from their relevance.

Did those books mention oil at all? Strange that the biggest thing keeping any attention on the Middle East is not even mentioned, yet sky pixies driving around on flying carpets and rubbing tea pots for wishes gets all the credit.



Yes they do talk about oil and the stories in the bible are far older. The story of Jesus is a watered down version of the story of Osiris. If you spend any time studying these books you would understand the ignorance of your statement.





posted on Jan, 25 2019 @ 02:47 AM
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Where would the rebel forces go if a deal is ever reached to let them withdrawal and disarm?

The Syrian regime is going to accept them and reintegrate them into "society"? Never.

The Turks are going to let them relocate to lives in Turkey with Government assistance to get them started? Doubtful.

I don't see Lebanon taking them. Will the EU take them? They're the only ones I can think of. They're "good guys" to the Sunnis but they are radicalized and trained to kill, some are "reformed" terrorists or "not as bad as ISIS" terrorists. Let's assume they're no longer considered or suspected of being terrorists by the accepting country, then maybe, but doubtful.

Syria would have to agree to letting them live there like an autonomous zone? Not going to work. There will always be fighting.



posted on Jan, 25 2019 @ 03:08 AM
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a reply to: r0xor

From what i have seen of the tweets on twitter.



Where would the rebel forces go if a deal is ever reached to let them withdrawal and disarm?

If the majority of the Rebels are Syrian.
The Syrian gov has already a plan in place.
If they are Jihadist and not Syrian they would be probably given to Turkey and Turkey will be holding None Syrian Fighters.
But for the interventionists/WarMongers the chances to attack or replace the leaders of Syria/Iran is over.



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