Is this the fall of Assad.

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posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 06:24 PM
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Since Turkey has bombarded Syria for three days straight now bringing about a 10 mile buffer zone on the Syria turkey border. www.debka.com...
Does this allow the rebels (forgien assasions.) to cross the border safely, and bring in new weapons and supplies. Since the Turkish Artillery barrage, the rebels have captured bases and shot down Assads aircraft.

Heres a SAM and air base they have taken today. www.youtube.com...

Also the remains of a helicopter shot down. www.youtube.com...

I do believe Assads days are running out fast. The west are loving whats going on on the border. Wouldent surprise me if they know who is firing these latest rounds of morters. They could be using the oldest trick in the book. Problem, reaction, solution. And we know that Turkey is the reaction. Assad has been out witted. Feel sorry for the people of Syria, alot of darker days are to come.




posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 06:38 PM
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The West is not loving what happening on the border because they have zero intrest in getting invoved in Syria. Assad is doomed but, that end will come at the hand of his own people. While the west talks and talks and talks.



posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 06:52 PM
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Originally posted by MrSpad
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The West is not loving what happening on the border because they have zero intrest in getting invoved in Syria. Assad is doomed but, that end will come at the hand of his own people. While the west talks and talks and talks.


it was our (the west's) propaganda social media campaign that kicked this off, is it not?
and haven't we allocated funds to the opposition?

(www.torontosun.com...)


Last weekend, Canada announced it was providing $2 million to Canadian Relief for Syria, little-known group with no previous international aid experience and no charitable status in Canada. The original press release said the aid would “provide medical supplies for doctors and health-care providers within Syria’s borders.”



The US government has quietly cleared the way for Americans to start donating money to buy weapons for Syria's rebels, even as the White House continues to refuse to arm the forces opposed to Bashar al-Assad.



The British government announced today that it would provide the Syrian rebels with $5 million to buy communications equipment and medical supplies, but the money cannot be used for weapons the rebel forces have repeatedly requested.


is this all just propaganda would you say?



posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 07:01 PM
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The west why would Venzuelia try to stur up problems. You would think Chavez would be on their side. Mexico maybe the way their invading the US but ???



posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 07:06 PM
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This is what the west really wants. How long has other arab states sent fighters into syria. How much money now has the west given to the rebels. And I dont think they will be buying food and drink with those funds.
Once again, the powers that be are just waiting now. Then they will insert a friendly puppet into power in Syria.
Once Syrias done with. Iran will be next.
www.youtube.com...



posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 07:25 PM
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Listen..Turkey and other foreign states have been involved militarily in the Syrian conflict from the get go
Turkey's recent involvement in mainly Kurdish area's of Syria are not going to win them any favours within there own population..
It defy's logic why Syria would willingly strike targets within Turkey,considering the state of the country yet Turkey and it's allies have been itching to further aid there rebels (whom they arm,fund,support,and command)in overthrowing the Assad government,and it's clear they will do whatever it takes to justify it via our corrupt media or at such time as there plan has been executed,these people are the true evils of the world,look at states like Iraq,Afghanistan,Libya all places that are now much worse off from being 'liberated' is this what we want?
The US and it's allies need to get the heck out of the ME,there war on terrorism has only inceased it,there attempt at bringing democracy has failed,there humanitarian concern is a joke,thev'e only caused suffering and bloodshed and more hatred,in short the US has failed on all fronts and is wasting lives needlessly
You can't bomb a region into peace and democracy
If we really want the best for the people of Syria then they should decide for themselves,not the UN..who have officially recognised the FSA (SNC)as a legitimate government.
People need to get there heads out of the sand and take a look around...
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posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 09:07 PM
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Something tells me this is a set -up
imo Syria admitting to this and apologizing is a flat -out lie
Has it crossed any thinking person's mind that the rebels themselves have struck Turkey to get them more involved to help in the fight?
The border is Kurdish territory,Turkey has been at war with them for decades,anything? or is everybody drinking the punch that Syria wants to engage with NATO?
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posted on Oct, 5 2012 @ 09:22 PM
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News i saw earllier showed that the Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi of Syria said that he sends his sincerest condolences to the Turkish people in regards to the bombings. They are having a investergation. One thing Syria has not done is told Turkey that they were the ones that fired the morters. Western media mixxing words again.
My gut feeling is that the rebels fired those morters. They do hold families at gun point and tell the father to drive trucks laced with bombs into regimes buildings. If they dont they shoot the family.
sana.sy...
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