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Reported cyber attack on SANA,Website Attacked to Prevent it from Conveying Truth of Events in Syria

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posted on Jul, 15 2012 @ 07:09 AM
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On Twitter with a link it reads.

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The Syrian Arab news agency SANA is hard to reach lately, obviously under DDoS-attacks by global enemies of free speech, just like Mein Parteibuch was shot down by the global arrogance forces warring against free speech, freedom and human dignity. To make important news messages from SANA available though SANA is under DDoS Mein Parteibuch will syndicate selected internationally important English language SANA news items.


You can bet the anonymous will take the credit for the dos attack on it, the way that they are targeting the news outlets in Syria reminds me of how NATO prosperously the Serbian news TV station.




Are they trying to silence it? or stopping from broadcasting? of course in the west we or more rather the western mainstream criticizes it as Regime propaganda.

The same they have criticized RusssiaToday as Putin's propaganda and then PressTv as Iranian propaganda but has the mainstream news outlets asked themselves there own question if all those news networks that they mentioned as Government propaganda.

What does that make them? have they ever asked that question towards themselves?




posted on Jul, 15 2012 @ 07:43 AM
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For the past month and half the internet has been a bloody battleground with both sides counting heavy cyber losses that are either pro or anti syrian or western. Not much is allowed to be mentioned about these battles and if it is, it is usually downgraded as a news item.



posted on Jul, 15 2012 @ 08:40 AM
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Truth? Events? Syria? These three words have no place in the same sentence and haven't for awhile now. Damascus lies so bad they have to accommodate their noses to walk through crowded rooms. The rebels have been lying their tails off since day one, over a year ago. Kids tortured?? Strapped to the hulls of tanks?? lol.. Yeah.. They need their DVD players taken away. They've been watching too much in their down time from the fighting.

Any news Media is either under the guns of the rebels..literally..or under the censorship of the Gov't. SO no media inside Syria can much be trusted even if they ARE trying to do things right. Circumstances won't let them if they'd like to leave Syria alive or sometime before they grow old in Assad's prisons.

Truth dies first in war...and in this one? Well, it went with the opening shot last summer.

edit on 15-7-2012 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 15 2012 @ 02:17 PM
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Sounds like things are still heating up and a take over is in close readiness, who ever controls the media controls what the public think and a huge advantage on the ground.



posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 01:11 AM
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That is true and has been demonstrated in our recent history beginning from Iraq right upto Libya. However, since the Russian foreign minister only several hours ago commented on the human rights violation within S.Arabia indicates that moscow has sent its final warning to the west and with such a move indicates that it will draw into the conflict zone S.Arabia as its population is one of the most non democratic nations within the alliance. If moscow proceeds with an internal intervention within S.Arabia that mostly targets its regional borders then its guaranteed that S.Arabia might be well within arms reach of a new " Arab Spring" similar to what we have witnessed the past months. The House of Saud knows all to well that its citizens require food and education and freedom of rights, its a low end cost intervention in respect to the cost that may be paid by the Saud family as its end of dictatorship might very well be within the next several sunset's, in any case and behind close doors rumors have it that they are re evaluating as to what length their intervention will be with the Syria and Iran and the upcoming Pakistan re structure...yes you heard and read it here, the Pakistan re structure.



posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 01:13 AM
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posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 09:37 AM
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Is it possible that there is a global push underway to form a super state in the Middle East similar to the EU? That is if the whole lot does not get turned to ashes along the way as the East and West play their tug of war match?



posted on Jul, 16 2012 @ 03:40 PM
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Its not a possibility, its a fact, slowly and eventually everyone is going to realize. Just like the european union was formed so to is the fate of middle east, As i have mentioned in the past way before anything had broken out in northern africa that israel is to become the next energy state of the middle east. This and everything going on in the region is what we call the transition period.



posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 02:40 AM
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I also noticed that the SANA website was down. Now it is working again. No information, that SANA has been sabotaged or hacked can be found on the website. It seems likely that this time the inaccessibility was due to a technical glitch or part of the normal maintainance procedure.
www.sana.sy...



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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After the reporterd killing of the Syrian Defence Minister SANA is down again.



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 07:23 AM
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Originally posted by kwakakev
reply to post by cerebralassassins
 


Is it possible that there is a global push underway to form a super state in the Middle East similar to the EU? That is if the whole lot does not get turned to ashes along the way as the East and West play their tug of war match?


You know this sounds right for a bunch of banksters looking for an out and a way to make money at the same time.



posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 07:36 AM
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Originally posted by cerebralassassins
reply to post by kwakakev
 


Its not a possibility, its a fact, slowly and eventually everyone is going to realize. Just like the european union was formed so to is the fate of middle east, As i have mentioned in the past way before anything had broken out in northern africa that israel is to become the next energy state of the middle east. This and everything going on in the region is what we call the transition period.


I agree with you, what I do not understand is the Western governments (US mainly) push for it to be under the Muslim Brotherhood.

A return to the caliphate is the goal of the brotherhood, they have been very methodically rising to power for a long time in multiple countries, now they have a prevailing influence in every country in the Maghrib, all the way to the Levant and are seeking governmental control in all these areas, a control that is suddenly being backed by western monies and arms.

I know they have made their backroom deals, and the western governments appear to think the Brotherhood will be good on their promises, either that or will be able to be controlled once they gain power. This is a thing I think western governments are sorely mistaken on, as the Brotherhood has been known to bite the hand that feeds them, and their racist hatred of all Americans (and it is actual racism for those who do not know) is at the level of a hitler mentality, to say the least.

This is something that serves no ones interest who lives in the middle east, in fact, a return to caliphate under these people and this ideology will be detrimental to the peoples of the middle east, without any doubt. And just as it is very bad for middle eastern peoples, I see it being bad for the entire world. Backroom deals or not, the Brotherhood cannot be trusted.

I find it sad that this is being supported in any way shape or form by western governments. It should be fought against not helped along!


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posted on Jul, 18 2012 @ 07:59 AM
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Originally posted by OpinionatedB
I find it sad that this is being supported in any way shape or form by western governments. It should be fought against not helped along!


There is nothing sudden about it, the support has been there since the 1950s. The UK and the US have been providing funds, training and armaments to the Muslim Brotherhood, and other Jihadist movements consistently since the end of the second world war. And those groups have aided in placing western friendly (which means buyable) regimes in place, and preventing secular democracies from gaining influence. They have been in bed together so long because their aims compliment each other.



posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 10:33 PM
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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Truth? Events? Syria? These three words have no place in the same sentence and haven't for awhile now. Damascus lies so bad they have to accommodate their noses to walk through crowded rooms. The rebels have been lying their tails off since day one, over a year ago. Kids tortured?? Strapped to the hulls of tanks?? lol.. Yeah.. They need their DVD players taken away. They've been watching too much in their down time from the fighting.

Any news Media is either under the guns of the rebels..literally..or under the censorship of the Gov't. SO no media inside Syria can much be trusted even if they ARE trying to do things right. Circumstances won't let them if they'd like to leave Syria alive or sometime before they grow old in Assad's prisons.

Truth dies first in war...and in this one? Well, it went with the opening shot last summer.

edit on 15-7-2012 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)


It seems you're trying to justify this attack? I'm not surprised at all, there are those who want only one side of the story. Right?

Considering the fact that this thread only received 5 Flags + mine, it just goes to show that US propaganda has won.

Let's not forget, US official policy is to intensify the proxy war in parallel with propaganda war. Once one side of the story is completely ridiculed, attacked, and shoved under the rug, then US will unleash its missiles and bombs. This was reported by Wikileaks.



posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 03:13 PM
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To begin with, i think your avatar is awesome and if that avatar is a reflection of how you are in real life...well i guess i need to fuel the jet and fly over...


Back to topic, It is truly sad how things are progressing but lets not forget that everything so far has been planned and is being coordinated for a purpose.



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