The Syrian Diary Russian Documentary from TV Rossiya 24
18+ WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT – CONTAINS RAW FOOTAGE
not for shock purposes, just for documenting FSA mercenaries war crimes in Syria against the Syrian people. If you are a minor or mentally unstable, please do not watch. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
The Netherlands is mobilizing two Patriot missile batteries to send to Turkey, joining German and American units. They’re to guard against a possible attack from Syria, one that Lawrence Wilkerson, the former Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, says will never come.
In a rally which was called ‘NO TO WAR’, Thousands of Turks in Ankara and Istanbul have demonstrated against Erdogan Government’s Policies, which is increasing tension in the region and thus threatening security in implementation of western agendas that do not serve the interests of the Turkish people.
War has been raging in Syria for a year and a half. An endless series of special operations, victories and retreats, a struggle between government forces and an armed opposition that takes place both with weapons on the ground and on the TV screen.
Even seemingly unimportant local battles are being discussed far abroad because the result of this war will impact not only the future of Syria. The situation here is splitting the world in half. This undoubtedly is another internal conflict with global consequences.
Our film crew has spent 2 months on the frontline with the soldiers of Syrian army and civilians trying to answer these hard questions:
Who is the Syrian army fighting?
What is the armed opposition fighting for?
And why are there so many interested parties in this conflict?
This film was made in field conditions to better tell the story of what’s happening here.
We were writing about Avaaz’s smuggling hope into Syria back in March this year. The following is article AVAAZ: EMPIRE PROPAGANDA MILL MASQUERADING AS GRASSROOTS ACTIVISM by Martin Iqbal in details about the foundation Avaaz.
Canada is ready to assist an international military intervention in Syria should sanctions and diplomacy fail, but the United Nations authorization that Ottawa says it would first require is neither imminent nor inevitable.
Terrorists Thaer Salah Saifuddin and Mahmoud Hussein al-Maleh confessed that they were part of an armed terrorist group that opened fire on demonstrators and committed robbery, murder and theft in Madaya, Damascus Countryside.
In confessions broadcast on Friday evening by the Syrian TV, terrorist Saifuddin said that the weapons were brought to them from Lebanon and that a London resident, Anas al-Abdeh, is the person who was paying for these weapons.