Skip to comments.Over 9000 dead in Syria in 11 months: Syrian Opposition
Posted on 02/26/2012 10:22:37 AM PST by Milagros
Updated Feb 24, 2012 at 08:10am IST Opposition groups in Syria claim over 100 people were killed on Thursday, taking to toll to over 9000 in the last 11 months.
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considering who ‘the rebels’ are, all I can say is ITS A GOOD START
Syria has seen the light, and seen what happens to dictators who get overthrown by the muslim brotherhood under the Obamna “administration”
It would only be 8800 if the insurgents hadn’t murdered 200 Christians recently.
No sympathy here. One muslim group replacing another. What’s the difference? Nothing.
What an ignorant, unchristian group of replies.
Fascinating,,,, anyway,,i need to go get my tires balanced.
I would say that the figure is a lie intended to justify Imam Obama’s intervention on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Frankly, it’s hard to blame Assad for fighting tooth and nail after (1) what he saw Imam Obama do in Egypt and Libya, and (2) that fruitcake leader of the rebels vowed to slaughter Assad’s wife and children after not allowing them to peacefully leave the country.
One thing we know for certain: Imam Obama is not going to lift a finger in Syria until he gets the sign-off from his Iranian allies.
It’s hard the imagine that our true enemy might be occupying the White House.
Brother Obama, Peace be upon him, has done more to advance the Islamo-Nazi cause than Bin Laden could ever wish for. Bin Laden whom BTW we have not seen to date one shred, one scintilla of evidence that he is dead.
Compare what Brother Obama, Peace be upon him, has done for the Islamo-Nazis to what he has done to the USA. I mean doesn't anybody find it a tad strange that on his very fist day in office the very first thing he tried to do was close down Gitmo? Above EVERYTHING else, THAT was his first order of business?
And just what is with this obsession with trying Khalid Sheik Mohammed as a US civilian with full Constitutional rights? Couldn't be because Brother Obama, Peace be upon him, would want the case thrown out could it?
How exactly does this affect American national interests and why should I give a bucket of warm spit about muzzie killing muzzie? As long as they’re killing each other, they’re not killing us.
I am NOT advocating giving them a penny.
For sure. Assad saw what happened to Hosni and Kadaffi. No way he's going to trust the West to offer asylum. His back's against the wall. Not that this condones being a murderous butcher but hey, whaddayagonna do? Forget it Jake, it's Muslimtown.
No not you, but I’ve seen reports that one Baraq Hussein mohammed 0bama, usurper in chief and islamic emperor of Amerika, was contemplating using US troops to intervene.
Obama`s hoping this will simmer at just the right level until October, when he can don his “intrepic CinC”hat in time for the election. Ditto for Iran.
Did you notice the MSM's under-reporting of massacring Christians?
Depends on the timing. If he commits troops into Syria a week before the election, that`ll be long before the negative consequences start to pile up, and the sheeple are going to adore him for his “decisiveness.”
“MSM`s under-reporting of massacring Christians”
If anything, they`re quietly cheering it.
#17 — “intrepic” = “intrepid”
Who cares. They’re just practicing their “religion.”
Daniel Pipes said the smart move here is to do nothing. Let the two sides go at it. The benefit to us would be Iran saddled with the corpse of Syria, the Sunni world becoming ever more hostile to Iran (witness Hamas recently), and the Sunni world also becoming hostile toward Moscow and Peking. The worse the Assad regime makes the situation the better for the United States. So lets just step back and reap the reward.
Hell NATO killed that many in a week in Libya.
ITS A GOOD START
9,000 down, 999,991,000 to go!
Pipes said this last year...
“The revolt in Syria offers great opportunities, humanitarian and geo-political. Western states should quickly and robustly seize the moment to dispatch strongman Bashar al-Assad and his accomplices.”
Seems he’s a bit fickle.
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