Bahrain 20111104 Manama Protester runned over by a police car. Syria - Kids Hide as Assad Tanks attack Homs Deir Balbae -9-29-11 - Dictator must Hang! Tanks come under attack in Homs. Unreported World - Syria The Regime - مترجم للعربية - سورية النظام. Libya - Confirmation of the arrest of Seif Al-Islam (video) "Allain Jules. Seif Al-Islam en tenue de Bédouin Ici, malgré la douleur et le choc, nous ne dérogerons jamais à la règle de la vérité.
C’est avec regret que je vous annonce que Seif Al-Islam est bien aux arrêts. Quant aux circonstances, nous n’en savons rien. Notre source sur place confirme l’information et précise qu’il a été lynché, avant que des "étrangers" a-t-il dit, ne fassent obstruction. Sous l’émotion, nous avons dit que tout était terminé mais non. Joint exercise on child protection from today. Joint exercise on child protection from today / 20 November 2011.
US forces kill Iraqis after bombing: officials. US forces kill Iraqis after bombing: officials (AFP) / 19 November 2011 BAGHDAD — US forces shot dead two Iraqi civilians south of Baghdad on Saturday following a bomb attack on their convoy, Iraq security officials said, while the US military denied its soldiers opened fire.
‘A roadside bomb hit a US convoy in Yusifiyah on the road to Hilla,’ an interior ministry official said. ‘American forces opened fire randomly, killing two civilians and wounding five.’ A police lieutenant in Yusifiyah, 25 kilometres (15 miles) south of Baghdad, confirmed the incident, which he said took place about 7:00 pm (1600 GMT), but put the toll at two dead and three wounded, one of them seriously. Invitation to "human to human" dedicated to stopping teen torture. Analysts: Iraq’s Syria stance is Sunni-Shiite related. Syria and Iraq share a 605-kilometre border, and Sunni-majority provinces along the frontier were strongholds of resistance against United States forces and the Shiite-led Iraqi governments that have followed the 2003 U.S.
-led invasion that toppled Sunni dictator Saddam Hussein. Iraq’s refusal to back Arab measures against Syria, which has since March been trying to crush a popular uprising, has confessional overtones and may boost sectarian division here, analysts say. Iraq now has a Shiite-led government, but was ruled by members of the country’s Sunni minority for most of its history. Syria is ruled by minority Alawites, an offshoot of Shiite Islam, while protesters demanding reforms are largely from its Sunni majority. More than 3,500 people have been killed in the conflict, according to U.N. figures. Interview: why Turkey's President Abdullah Gul believes his country's moment has come. Syrian FM asks AL to amend the list of observers, LBC.
LBC has reported that Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Mouallem requested that Arab league to modify the list of the observers that will be sent by the organization to Syria, because Damascus has reservations about some of the people on the list , the places they will be visiting and the prisoners they will be meeting at the jails .
Secretary General of the Arab League (AL), Nabil Elaraby announced Friday that he had received a letter on Thursday evening from Mouallem which included amendments to the draft regarding the duties of the AL mission of observers to be sent to Syria, Syria state-run news agency SANA reported on Friday. Troops Attack Protesters in Syria, Egypt. Kessab Roots: A Survivor’s Story. As a Diasporan Armenian connected to Armenia, as well as historical Armenia (currently in Turkey), part of the multitude of attachments I carry is with Kessab, a region and a town located in the northwestern part of Syria, on the Mediterranean Sea, at the Turkish border.
Apparently, it has been inhabited by Armenians since the 11thcentury, going back to the Cilician Armenian Kingdom. Weekly columnist Lalai Manjikian with her grandmother. Kessab remains a predominantly Armenian enclave to this day. A drive down a narrow, winding road through towering mountains eventually leads to my father’s village Karadouran, located directly on the Mediterranean Sea. The untamed, mountainous backdrop is now being populated with modern condo developments alongside ancient stone houses. Karadouran is where my grandmother, Kalila Yaralian-Manjikian, lived until she quietly passed away last week at the age of 104. Sudan Vision Daily - Details. Syrian Refugees Languish in Turkey - Slide Show. leaked how to deal with the wounded prisoners of hospitals Military technology and war news from the Middle East.
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The sudden united western front against Syria, with France joining the US in tabling a UN resolution demanding Syria withdraw from Lebanon was prompted by new evidence of Iranian-Syrian collusion to transform Lebanon into a safe haven for al Qaeda. Jonathan Ariel Syria has, after a short break, returned into Uncle Sam’s crosshairs. شهداء ثورة سورية وصلت أعدادهم إلى 10 آلاف.. والمعتقلون 50 ألفا.. والمفقودون 20 ألفا. Anonymous - Operation Blackout. Civilians dead in the street after Syrian forces open fire. The truth about the revolution in Syria. A child victim of Assad's Alawite maniacs: Dara'a October 26th, '11. Al-Assad's sniper shot a girl at her house in Homs city in Syria 07.10.2011 - WARNING GRAPHIC 18+
Syria Army Hides Vehicles from UN Investigators in Hama during Visit - 8-22-11. Russians Oppose Any Ban on Arms Exports to Syria. Violence in Syria continues - video. Egypt and Syria protests - Friday 18 November 2011. 4.16pm: Here's a summary of today's events.
Syria • Syria has witnessed its largest demonstrations for months as crowds urged foreign governments to withdraw their ambassadors in protest at the government's continuing crackdown. The largest single demonstration appeared to have taken place in Idlib in the north west. In Deraa, in the south, activists staged a mock hanging of president Bashar al-Assad. • Activists claimed 17 people, including four children, were killed by the security forces. . • The Assad again appears to playing for time with the Arab League amid reports that it is willing to allow an observer mission but refusing to allow members of human rights groups.
. • The French foreign minister, Alain Juppe, has urged the UN security council to act against Syria and said France was ready for tougher sanctions to be imposed on the Assad regime. Egypt Bahrain Yemen Libya 3.37pm: Protesters in Deraa staged a mock execution of President Bashar al-Assad. She writes: Bahrain. Syria Bent Syrian girl - hit a Syrian embassy in Geneva. Syria: Dispatches from Daraa. Two Children Murdered by Assad Forces. Syria - Daraa Funeral Under Attack - Assad Shabiha Try to Crush Syrian Protests 11-18-11. مجزرة درعا - مقطع واضح وطويل U.S. probes use of surveillance technology in Syria. Calls and e-mails to Blue Coat officials seeking comment on Thursday were not returned.
The company has previously said it did not sell equipment or software to the Syrian government, but it has acknowledged that its products are being used there and could have been obtained through a third party. U.S. sanctions prohibit sales of most goods to the nation; investigators are attempting to determine who provided the Blue Coat technology to Syria. Defiant Syria kills more civilian protesters. The shootings came a day before the expiration of a deadline, issued by the Arab League on Wednesday, for Syria to agree to admit teams of human rights monitors.
Shortly before the ultimatum, Syria’s foreign minister, Walid Moallem, had said that monitors would be allowed into the country under the terms of an Arab peace plan that Syria accepted earlier in the month but then proceeded to ignore. The Arab League’s secretary general, Nabil Elaraby, said, however, that Syria had requested unspecified amendments to the proposal, making it unclear whether it had in fact agreed.
Revealing Syria’s revolt. Eleven killed in Syria on eve of Arab deadline. H-P Computers Underpin Syria Surveillance. Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ) equipment worth more than $500,000 has been installed in computer rooms in Syria, underpinning a surveillance system being built to monitor e-mails and Internet use, according to documents from the deal and a person familiar with the installation. The gear made by Palo Alto, California-based Hewlett- Packard would run a Damascus monitoring center for Syrian agents to track citizens’ communications, and route data, according to blueprints and the person familiar with the system.
Martyr Yousef Mohammed Kheer AL Zeyadi dead under torturing in Idlib in Syria 2011-11-16. Syrian army filmed 'beating captured protesters' Syria: intense gunbattles rage in Homs. Privacy and cookies Accessibility links Advertisement Telegraph.co.uk Tuesday 08 April 2014. Syria agrees 'in principle' to observer mission. Nabil Elaraby, the head of the Arab League, said in a statement Friday that he received "amendments" from Damascus, which the League is studying. Ibrahim el-Zaafarani, a member of the Arab Medical Union who is expected to be part of the observer team for Syria, said the mission will include doctors, activists, lawyers and military experts. "Our presence there will be protection for civilians," el-Zaafarani told The Associated Press by telephone from Cairo, where the Arab League has its headquarters.
The League originally had suggested a team of 500 people, but the number dropped to 40. Qatar, the tiny Gulf state that has turned into a big player in the Great Game. Almost exactly a year ago, the Queen hosted a state dinner for one of the world’s more colourful couples, the portly Emir of Qatar and his spectacularly attired wife, Sheikha Mozah. I wrote at the time that there were two interesting things about their tiny country, which few Britons could pinpoint on a map and even fewer pronounce properly. One was banal: it was very rich.
The second struck me as odd, but it was what a number of people had told me: one diplomat said, “Everyone suddenly seems to hate Qatar.” In the intervening 12 months, the emirate has become much better known. Its jets have flown alongside our own over Libya. Turkey: World must 'hear screams' from Syria. Syrian rebels warn Assad regime they can strike 'anywhere and anytime' There is an added symbolism too: Hafez al-Assad, the president's father and predecessor, commanded the air force before he came to power in a coup in 1968, a fact that makes the directorate even more loathed in the eyes of regime opponents. Although they did not give any details on casualties arising from the attacks, the rebels boasted that Wednesday's action showed they could extend their reach anywhere in the country. "The Free Syrian Army carried out special operations in all Damascus areas to foil a plan being prepared by the regime against our people and to send a message to the regime that the Free Syrian Army can hit anywhere and anytime," the group said in a statement.
Coming a day after an insurgent attack on army base in southern Syria allegedly killed 34 soldiers, Wednesday's strikes suggested that the Free Syrian Army, founded in July and based in Turkey, is increasingly capable of mounting a full-scale armed insurrection. France and Turkey tighten the screw on Syria. France calls for tough sanctions on Syria. Video - Breaking News Videos.