Flashback to 2003: “Major combat in Iraq is over, U.S. warns rogue Syria”

Originally posted on the real SyrianFreePress Network:

Living in an age of dis-information, not many people do remember the deadly serious Anglo-American threats of war against Syria on the 26th day of the “shock and awe” genocide in Iraq.

Propaganda alert compiled by Cem Ertür(16 April 2014)


the-guardian-15-april-2003The Guardian, 14 April 2003


chicago-tribune-15-april-2003Chicago Tribune, 15 April 2003


le-figaro-15-april-2003Le Figaro, 15 April 2003

After Iraq, is it Syria’s turn?

While the GIs [i.e. U.S. troops] take control of most of the Iraqi territory, Washington suspects Damascus’ duplicity

la-stampa-15-april-2003La Stampa, 15 April 2003

Bush: “Syria is a terrorist state”

The White House threatens sanctions, Damascus replies: We do not have chemical weapons. The city of Saddam has fallen too.

liberation-15-april-2003Libération, 15 April 2003

Threats against Damascus

Strengthened by their military success in Iraq, the Americans put pressure on Syria, which is accused of having helped Baghdad, and evoke sanctions.

el-pais-15-april-2003El Pais, 15 April…

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Media Attacks Assad as Terrorists Attack Civilians

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Originally posted on the real SyrianFreePress Network:


By Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post

As the Syrian Easter celebration began to draw to a close, residents of Aleppo were met with rocket attacks that were apparently aimed at killing civilians. The attacks, which took place in government-held territory, were the result of Nusra/ISIS terrorists funded by the West to overthrow the secular government of Bashar al-Assad.

Syrian news reporters were on the ground shortly after the attacks so as to catch footage of victims being excavated from the rubble and others being treated for their wounds at the hospital.



Sources inside Syria have described the missiles that hit the Aleppo building as being much more advanced than those previously used by the terrorists, describing the result of their impact causing the building to “split in half.” This has led many to believe that the terrorists operating in Aleppo have been provided with weaponry that is much more…

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Syria Daily: Rebel Leader Alloush Visits Turkey

Originally posted on Friends of Syria:

Syria Daily: Rebel Leader Alloush Visits Turkey Rebel leader Zahra Alloush (third from left) is greeted after crossing into Turkey on Friday

In a sign of expanding Turkish support for Syrian rebels, insurgent leader Zahran Alloush crossed Syria to visit Turkey on Friday.

The trip also shows the growing importance of Alloush in the armed opposition to President Assad. He is the leader of the Jaish al-Islam faction, based outside Damascus, and the head of military operations for the Islamic Front rebel bloc.

Photographs showed Alloush being greeted after he crossed into Turkey at the Bab al-Hawa post, controlled by rebels. He reportedly met Syrian Islamic scholars.

Turkey and Saudi Arabia have both stepped up arms supplies and intelligence support for the rebels this year, as the opposition has made significant gains. The rebels took the provincial capital of Idlib in northwest Syria last month, and they have steadily advanced through the south, including the recent…

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Angelina Jolie Wants to Throw Syrian Civilians in Mass Graves

Originally posted on the real SyrianFreePress Network:

Why is the title of the article so harsh? Because if Angelina was successful at getting the United Nations to grant any kind of “No-Fly-Zone” or “military action” in Syria, the result would be death of millions and millions of Syrians.

Why? Because millions and millions of Syrians ACTUALLY SUPPORT Bashar al-Assad. This would lead to the death of all Syrians who would refuse to live under the rule of any outside predetermined government put together by the United States, Saudi, Israel or any other foreign country they, themselves did NOT vote in.

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Angelina spoke to the United Nations last week basically pleading for intervention in Syria.

So this article speaks directly to you Angelina, and those who support your speech.

As you opened your speech, you spoke of eleven trips you have made to Syrian “refugee camps” but have you ever even…

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New Barbarism & Sex Jihad: Wahhabi Perverts of Daesh Systematically Abusing Defenseless Enslaved Girls/Women

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The file photo shows a displaced Izadi girl living in an unfinished building outside the town of Dohuk, in Iraq’s Kuridistan region.The file photo shows a displaced Izadi girl living in an unfinished building outside the town of Dohuk, in Iraq’s Kuridistan region.

(Excerpts from PressTV, 16 April 2015)

Izadi (Yazidi) women (11) and girls (9), released statements after they escaped from the Daesh’s captivity, in the northern town of Dohuk, in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, in January and February 2015.

In August, 2014, the ISIL (ISIS-DAESH) terrorist gangs took several thousand Izadi civilians into custody in the northern Iraqi province of Nineveh, separated the girls and women from their families, and transferred them to different strongholds of the terrorist group in Iraq and neighboring Syria.

DAESH is holding the Izadi captives in multiple locations across northern Iraq, including Mosul, Tal Afar, Tal Banat, Ba’aj, Rambusi, and Sinjar, and in areas it controls in eastern Syria, including Raqqa and Rabi’a.

They had been forced to marry the Takfiri militants, sold several times, and…

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Al-Zoubi: “Terrorist organizations too coward for real confrontation with Syrian army”

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Lattakia ~“The Syrian army and leadership are determined not to cede any inch of land in the war against terrorists”, information minister Omran al-Zoubi said.

In an open political meeting at al-Bassel Stadium in Tishreen University, the minister said that political solution should pass through a political track with powers and parties, not with people who are bearing arms against the government, indicating that only states have the right to bear arms for enforcing law and preserving internal security.

He added that Syria’s political and economic system, strong army and independent decision vexes its enemies, indicating that attacks against its infrastructure and economic and military institutions serve Israel.

The minister said it is important not to stop dialogue and to respect the others’ views, considering that “the political discourse of some opposition figures reflects no one’s vision of Syria’s future.”


He said that armed terrorist organizations are “too…

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Preparing for ‘a death trip': the story of one Syrian refugee

Originally posted on Friends of Syria:

As a growing number of Syrian refugees attempt to cross the Mediterranean, aid agencies say it is impossible to know how many drown at sea in hopes of a better life

Migrant families who survived after their over-crowded fishing boat capsized enroute to Italy in July. At least 45 passengers drowned. (AFP)

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On a late-summer morning in northern Jordan, as the sun rose over the city of Irbid, perched high on a desert ridge, a young father prepared to die at sea.

He packed a bag, just the barest essentials – two pairs of trousers, two shirts, a spare pair of shoes, gaffer tape, money and his passport – and kissed his wife goodbye. Goodbye for months, for a year, maybe forever.

His children, a shy, watchful five-year old boy and a bright-eyed, studious seven-year old girl, didn’t fully understand what…

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