Aleppo, that one day the Regime called it the Mother of the Battles(Remind us of Saddam few days before he pushed himself in a HOLE like a RAT, Hunted by a WILD CAT), could not retain a Main Road Salaheddine, on the Suburb of Aleppo, using the Russian's Assault Helicopters, and MIG 21, 23 and 27(may be the Regime will use MIG 29), and all kind of Ballistics Missiles(Later with Chemicals) to flatten the City. The Freedom Fighters and Free Army are still BUNKERING inside the City.
The Fact is, that the Revolution has Surplus of Men and Women to fight, and even those defected from the Regime's Troops, sit there with NO TASKS to do. The Revolution does not need MANPOWER. It need Arms to match that of the Regime's, and Finance for Logistics and Human Aid. Some times we read that, those called the Friends of Syria(People), were not doing enough, and the Rich Gulf States in SPECIFIC. Sure every country offers its Services, and there should be RETURNS for these Services. The Revolution Leadership should NOT COMMIT itself to any of these CONDITIONS, whatever the cost, and for how LONG the Fight would last. Those Countries should provide the Revolution the FINANCE without conditions, otherwise should be rejected.
The Revolution in Libya, was helped by those Countries under certain DEMANDS, which were accepted by the Revolutionaries, which caused difficulties to control the Country aftermath of the VICTORY that Toppled the Regime.
A LIVE example, of what had happened last week in Benghazi. The Revolution in Libya needed the Help of USA and the West, in a CRITICAL TIME, one day before the Qaddafi Military Power to demolish the City Benghazi, the Main BUNKER of the Libyan Revolution, the American and West Jet Fighters rescued the City, and stayed along with the Revolution to the last BIT.
Those Super Powers, were warning the Revolutionaries in Libya, of the Fundamentalists Al Qaeda in specific, not to INFILTRATE into the Revolution. The Leadership of the Revolution played it LIGHTLY and denied the presence of those Forces and Members. Last week, those Forces, took advantage of the Demonstrations in Benghazi, and attacked USA Embassy killing the Ambassador who was riding high with the Revolution to the day of Liberation, and was still there to help move the Libyan people from Tyranny and Oppression to Freedom and Democracy System. They killed the ONE devoted his life to the Arab Spring.
Those Fundamentalists, have ONE GOD, and does not connect with the people's. Their God is to fight wherever they could infiltrate, and cause the CHAOS in the Country, they pretended to support. They are paid Mercenaries, they move from one country to another most of the time to help the dictators, that the people are revolting against, and create such BASES for their NETWORK. They interfered in Tunisia, and untill now the Revolution could not stabilize the Security of the Country. They interfered in Egypt, in Yemen, in Iraq, in Lebanon, and latest in Syria. They are fighting against the Regime's Troops, while in Lebanon had been sent by the same Regime, to fight the Lebanese Armed Forces to cause chaos in the Country, which is not stabilized until now.
The Revolutionaries in Syria do not need fighters from this Organization or any other Outlaws Organizations. These Fundamentalists being infiltrated to your groups, would make many Friendly Countries to REFRAIN to provide any assistance to the Revolution.
Mistakes that occurred in Libyan Revolution should not be allowed to be repeated in the Syrian Revolution, the results would be DEADLY as in Benghazi.
|23:05||"العربية" عن "الشبكة السورية لحقوق الإنسان": 136 قتيلاً برصاص قوات النظام السوري اليوم|
The Syrian regime has plans to use chemical weapons against its own people, the former head of the country’s chemical arsenal has disclosed to The Times. Major-General Adnan Sillu, who defected three months ago, said yesterday.
|النظام السوري يعتزم استخدام أسلحة كيماوية كخيار أخير|
|تسليح المعارضة يُبحث بشكل جدي|
Lack of Security in the Embassy..
Trying to rescue the US Ambassador..
Bab Elhawa on Turkish Borders..
|17:24||"العربية": "الجيش الحر" يسيطر بشكل كامل على معبر تل أبيض على حدود تركيا|
|قتال عنيف بين القوات السورية والثوار قرب الحدود مع تركيا|
|"الجزيرة": الجيش الحرّ يقتحم قاعدة الدفاع الجوي في درعا ويأسر ضابطين و25 جندياً|
Abbas the Defected Media Broadcaster...
|21:39||"العربيّة" عن الشبكة السوريّة: 115 قتيلاً بنيران قوات النظام السوري اليوم|
20:44"الجزيرة" عن ناشطين: الجيش الحرّ يدمّر حاجزين للجيش النظامي على طريق المطار بدمشق
|حلب آخر المدن: معركة تركية ـ سورية|
ليلى العربية و شهد شاهد من أهلهم ... الله محيي حلب و ناسها ومن عالي سماه يحميهم و يحميها مقبرتكم بحلب .. بإذن رب العباد - -هيثم المناع---اتحدى اي اعلام ان يظهر من ارشيفه مظاهرة واحدة لاهالي حلب ترحب بالمسلحين
Damascus by CNN Reporter..
|للتظاهر استنكارًا لذبح أطفال سوريا الأبرياء بدل الدفاع عن الدين لغايات ما|
|الخارجيّة الفرنسيّة تؤكّد إرتكاب النظام السوريّ "جرائم ضدّ الإنسانيّة"|
|مقتل محرر صحيفة "لواء الفتح" بقصف الجيش السوريّ|
200,000 Children without schools, because were destroyed by Bashar's Fighter Jets..
* نحات شواهد قبور في حلب يعيش أقسى أيام حياته Click Link....
Those are Syrian Children, your Brother Al Wahsh is taking CARE OF...
بشرى الاسد خارج سورية وتقيم في دبي
The Criminals Culture...
|الإبراهيمي يحاور قادة في الجيش السوري الحرّ عبر سكايب|
A U.S. Envoy Who Plunged Into Arab Life
Published: September 15, 2012
J. Christopher Stevens, the American ambassador to Libya who was killed in an assault on a diplomatic mission there last week, was happy to gossip, but was revered for listening. A northern Californian with a toothy grin, he had a passion for the Arab world and its language, and he went out of his way to use it, whether with officials or shopkeepers, in an effort to show respect.
In his willingness to allow others to be heard, even when he had an important message to impart, Mr. Stevens was an unusual American diplomat, friends and colleagues say. He allowed himself to be governed by the habits, proprieties and slower pace of the Arab world.
With the State Department on high alert for security threats, especially since the Sept. 11 attacks, and manyAmerican diplomats consigned to embassies that resemble fortresses and armored motorcades that do not make unscheduled stops, Mr. Stevens plunged into Arab social life. He traded personal risk for personal contact.
His comfort with his environment and his distaste for displays of security, some quietly suggest, may have led to a touch of overconfidence that cost him his life. His lonely death in Benghazi, a city he knew well, along with those of three other Americans, came during a Libyan militia attack on the American diplomatic mission there, where his presence had not been advertised.
What the United States lost was not only one of its foremost Arabists, a man who built a bridge to the tribes and militias that toppled the Libyan dictator Col.Muammar el-Qaddafi. It also may be losing, in the unrest sweeping a conflict-prone crescent of Muslim countries from Pakistan to Sudan, a style of diplomacy already on the decline: the street-smart, low-key negotiator who gets things done by building personal relationships.
Mr. Stevens, 52, was known as Chris, but he often signed letters and e-mails to friends as Krees, the way many Arabs pronounced his name. His affection for Arab culture and street life, whether in Syria, Libya or the Palestinianterritories, made him many friends and impressive networks of contacts.
Precisely what happened the night he was killed is unclear. But for an American ambassador to have so little security on the anniversary of Sept. 11, especially in a part of Libya known for its radicalism, is bound to raise questions, and in some sense, only adds to the irony of his death in a country he loved, and that for the most part, loved him back as an ally and a friend.
John Bell, an Arabic-speaking former Canadian diplomat, knew Mr. Stevens when they were young political officers together in Syria, and later in Jerusalem. “He was a consummate professional, calm and deliberative, with a real sensitivity to the Arab world,” Mr. Bell said. “He was good on the ground, and he had a way about him that endeared him to a lot of people; he listened to a lot of people and was not highly opinionated. And that made him a good and unusual American diplomat.”
Diana Buttu knew Mr. Stevens in Ramallah and Jerusalem for several years from the autumn of 2002, when he was the political officer dealing with the Palestinians and she was the legal adviser to the Palestinian negotiators.
“He was a different kind of American diplomat, he really was,” she said. “First, he was interested in being here. He brought a lot of energy and he spoke Arabic, and reached out to people and tried to build relationships for the U.S. In my experience, many U.S. diplomats don’t speak Arabic, or if they do, they don’t try.”
American diplomats, given a presentation on the Israeli settlements by the Palestinians, often responded with exasperation, Ms. Buttu said, complaining that the Palestinians “didn’t understand how much we do for you behind the scenes with the Israelis.” But Mr. Stevens was different, she said. “He would say, ‘Tell me more. Tell me more of what America can do to help and why.’ ”
Harvey Morris, as a correspondent for The Financial Times, also knew Mr. Stevens then. For him, Mr. Stevens was both of a new generation and yet “very much in the tradition of old-school Americans who went to the region, that missionary generation that founded the American University of Beirut, long before any suggestion of U.S. neocolonialism.”
Mr. Stevens was not above diplomatic gossip, said Mr. Morris, who now blogs for The International Herald Tribune. Recounting the private meeting of Cécilia Sarkozy, then the wife of the French president, with Colonel Qaddafi in 2007 to try to secure the release of some jailed Bulgarian nurses, Mr. Stevens noted that the Libyan leader had opened his robes and was naked underneath.
Attack by Fringe Group Highlights the Problem of Libya’s Militias
By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, SULIMAN ALI ZWAY and KAREEM FAHIM
Published: September 15, 2012
CAIRO — Ansar al-Sharia, the brigade of rebel fighters that witnesses say led the attack on the United States diplomatic mission in Benghazi, holds that democracy is incompatible with Islam. It has paraded the streets with weapons calling for an Islamic state, and a few months ago its leader boasted publicly that its fighters could flatten a foreign consulate.
Abdullah Doma/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
But if the group’s ideology may put it on the fringe of Libyan society, its day-to-day presence in society does not. It is just one of many autonomous battalions of heavily armed men formed during and after the uprising against Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi who have filled the void in public security left by his fall, resisting calls to disarm by saying that the weak transitional government is not up to the job.
Ansar al-Sharia’s fighters have given conflicting stories about their role in the attack. Said to number fewer than 200, they can usually be found at Al Jala Hospital in Benghazi, where they act as its guards and protectors. And when instead they turned their guns on the United States mission, American security officers and the Libyan authorities did not call for help from any formal military or police force — there is none to speak of — but turned to the leader of another autonomous militia with its own Islamist ties.
“We had to coordinate everything,” said that militia leader, Fawzi Bukatef, recalling the first phone call about the attack that he received from the mission’s security team. The Libyan government, he said, “was absent.”
The organization and firepower used in the assault, which killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans, has raised alarm in Washington about the possibility of links to Al Qaeda and a premeditated conspiracy that found a pretext in anger over an American-made video mocking the Prophet Muhammad. But to Libyans, the battle for the mission has underscored how easy it is for a spark like the earlier protest in Cairo to set off such an attack in post-Qaddafi Libya, when major cities are still controlled by a patchwork of independent militias and all keep their weapons at the ready.
The battle over the mission has also became the latest skirmish in a larger struggle unfolding across the region between hard-line and moderate Islamists seeking to determine the fate of the Arab Spring.
The leaders of Libya’s interim government say they hope public dismay at the attack on the mission will be the catalyst they need to finally disarm and control the militias. Mr. Stevens, the United States ambassador, was a widely admired figure for his support during the revolt against Colonel Qaddafi, and in the days after the attack far larger crowds than the one that attacked the mission turned out in both Tripoli and Benghazi to demonstrate their sadness at his death and their support for the United States.
But since the militiamen, who still call themselves “revolutionaries,” remain the power on the streets, there is an open question who will disarm or control them. “The government is required to do so,” said Mr. Bukatef, leader of eastern Libya’s most potent armed force, the February 17 Brigade. “But the government can’t do it without the revolutionaries,” he said, noting that many brigades continued to operate independently even though they now nominally report to the defense minister. “It takes a delicate approach.”
Ansar al-Sharia declined to be interviewed for this article. The brigade in Benghazi, whose name means Supporter of Islamic Law, came together during the fight against Colonel Qaddafi.
Mr. Bukatef said that its numbers had seemed to range from 50 to about 200. He claimed that some of its members were responsible for the assassination during the uprising of the rebel commander Abdul Fattah Younes, in revenge for his previous role as a minister in the Qaddafi government who led a crackdown on Islamists. The transitional government, Mr. Bukatef said, was too weak to confront such a brigade, and so no one has been charged with the crime.
Abdullah Doma/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
بابا "الربيع العربي"!
- علي حماده
قال البابا عما سماه "الربيع العربي": انها صرخة حرية صادرة عن شباب متقدم اكثر ثقافيا ومهنيا ويرغب في المشاركة في الحياة السياسية والاجتماعية". ثم اردف: "ان الربيع العربي امر ايجابي جدا وكان موضع ترحيب منا نحن المسيحيين".
بهذا الموقف الذي سبق وصول بينيديكتوس السادس عشر الى المشرق العربي كسر البابا خطابا يردده احبار كبار في بعض الكنائس المشرقية منذ ان انفجرت ثورة في سوريا، حيث ينشرون الخوف والهلع في صفوف مسيحيي الشرق، وتحديدا في لبنان وسوريا، معتبرين بشكل غير مباشر عبر مواقفهم ان الثورات العربية ولا سيما منها الاخيرة في سوريا سوف تأتي بالمتطرفين الى الحكم، وان المسيحيين سيدفعون الثمن. نحن ندرك ان مواقف بعض الاحبار صادقة في التعبير عن الخوف من التغيير، ولكن مواقف البعض الآخر لا يمكن تفسيره إلا بالاصطفاف مع الدكتاتوريات الدموية عبر الايحاء ان نظاما مجرما كنظام حافظ وبشار الاسد هو الذي يحافظ على الوجود المسيحي في هذا الشرق! هؤلاء يغامرون بمحاولة ربط مصير مسيحيي الشرق بقتلة الاطفال، وبخطابه هذا انما يدعونهم الى التورط في محاربة موجة التغيير الكبرى التي لن يقف بوجهها سلاح النظام في سوريا ومعه ايران وروسيا، ولا موقف مسيحي قائم على تضليل البعض للجمهور لاغراض نتمنى لو انها لم تدخل حساباتهم في قضايا تاريخية بخطورة الربيع العربي الذي نعيشه راهنا.
نحن نفهم ان يكون موقف بعض السياسيين المسيحيين في لبنان مؤيدا لبشار بالنظر الى المصالح التي تربطهم به. هذا ليس بالامر المهم. لكن للكنيسة، أو قل للكنائس موقعاً آخر له بعده التاريخي، مما يمنع على اركانه الحاليين، مهما كانت دوافعهم الشخصية، ان ينخرطوا في حملة معلنة وغير معلنة ضد الربيع العربي، ولا سيما ضد الثورة السورية. ان اشاعة مشاعر الخوف في الاوساط الشعبية المسيحية جراء "الربيع العربي" ليست بريئة. انها حملة تهدف الى خدمة قتلة الاطفال في سوريا، وتأتي في سياق تحالف غير معلن مع هؤلاء. وهي ان ادت الى شيء فإنها لن تؤدي الى تحصين الوضع المسيحي في سوريا او لبنان بل انها ستدفع بالجمهور المعني الى التقوقع والانكفاء، وفي النهاية الى الرحيل عن مشرق كانوا في اساسه على مدى الفي عام.
يقول البابا: "نعلم ان صرخة حرية بهذه الاهمية الايجابية تواجه مخاطر لجهة ان تغفل شقا جوهريا من الحرية وهو التسامح مع الآخر". وهذا صحيح، وبهذا المعنى يتعين على مسلمي المشرق، الا يرتكبوا خطيئة تاريخية، من شأنها لو حصلت ان تجعله على صورة جلاديهم امثال القذافي وبشار الاسد... في النهاية: تحية الى بابا "الربيع العربي"!
البابا: "علمت أن بينكم شباباً من سوريا.. كم أنا معجب بشجاعتكم"!
"الجيش السوري الحر" يسيطر على حي صلاح الدين بحلب.
|موسكو "ليست متشبّثة" بالأسد في إطار "عملية سياسية"|
|20:16||"الجزيرة" عن "الشبكة السورية لحقوق الانسان": 112 قتيلاً بنيران الجيش السوري اليوم|
You have all the Time You need to Crush the Armed Terrorists...Al Akhdar Ibrahimi...
|عناصر بـ"حزب الله العراق" إلى سوريا لدعم الأسد|
Member of Assad Family Defected..
CNN at Film Maker Doors..
Muslim Opinions in USA
Solid Proof, the Iranians killing the Syrian Civilians..
On August 26, after hundreds of Syrians were found dead in Daraya, a town outside Damascus, Alia Mansour, a member of the Syrian National Council’s General Secretariat, announced that she was going on a hunger strike to protest the world’s silence over the massacres in her home country. Only a few days later, other activists from around the world joined Mansour. Today, as she ends her hunger strike, 53 other activists continue the protest. NOW Lebanon speaks to Mansour about her initiative and to fellow hunger striker Lina Tibi about their mission.
“It was dawn and everyone was asleep,” said Mansour. “I was receiving the news, and the number of those found dead in Daraya was increasing dramatically; it was first 250, then it increased to 300, then later 44o… Now it is somewhere over 1,200, 700 of which are documented by name. The fact that we Syrians have become just numbers was ripping me apart. I then announced that I was going on a hunger strike,” she told NOW.
When Mansour first decided to strike, she contacted other members of the SNC to propose they join her as opposed to only writing a statement of condemnation over the Daraya massacre. “I wanted it to be an outcry,” she said. “An outcry from the council to the Syrian people to say ‘We’re with you,’ and to the international community to say, ‘Enough with the silence.’”
Although there was no official position from the SNC in support of Mansour’s move, four other SNC members joined her hours later and issued their own statement calling upon activists from all around the world to join them.
“Our colleague Firas Kassas in Germany announced he was on hunger strike and was able to demonstrate for 10 days in front of the German Foreign Affairs Ministry. We wanted to organize something of the sort here in Lebanon, but we were not able to due to the security situation,” said Mansour.
The next day activists from nearby countries joined the strike. Today over 53 people from Lebanon, France, Jordan and Egypt—both Syrians and not—have joined the campaign. Although they differ on the specifics of their demands, all agree on denouncing the massacres in Syria and the paralysis of the international community. The SNC members and some other activists went further and stressed the need for direct intervention and for imposing a no-fly zone and humanitarian corridors.
A group of six women in Egypt organized a sit-in in Cairo in front of the Arab League headquarters near Tahrir Square. Syrian writer and poet Lina Tibi took up the hunger strike on September 4 and has been demonstrating in front of the league for nine days now. In a letter submitted to the new UN peace envoy for Syria, Lakhdar Ibrahimi, Tibi stressed on the situation of women and children in Syria and called for direct intervention for their protection.
“We also stressed in our letter the need for Egyptian authorities to stop ships from passing through the Suez to Syria, because we believe that these ships are coming from Iran and China and contain weapons that are used against our own people.”
The women’s group in Egypt received a large amount of attention from the Egyptian media, MPs, intellectuals and activists.
But the wider hunger striking campaign received little media attention overall because the increasing number of massacres and war crimes has left little space for any news of activism, Mansour said. “We in the council hope that the hunger strike campaign will have an impact. However, we are giving the internal situation more priority to support the people inside,” she said.
“We are receiving letters from people inside Syria in appreciation of our support. We are also receiving letters from abroad stating that although not much can be done in terms of influencing the international community’s decisions, much is being done to influence civil society organizations abroad to spread the word of the massacres taking place so that NGOs will support us.”
Soon after the strike began, the coordination committee within the SNC issued a statement requesting the SNC members to end their strike. According to Mansour, the committee was afraid that members would retreat from their daily duties on the council.
“I received calls from other members asking that I end my strike… but I decided to continue working as I was fasting. I have been carrying out my relief work and flying in out of the country as my strike continues. But it was a colleague comment that urged the need to end my strike. He told me I was no longer efficient.”
While Mansour ended her strike after almost three weeks of only subsisting on yogurt and water and occasionally a glass of juice, the women in Egypt stressed that they will not break their fast until they achieve their demands.
“It’s suicidal, I know, but we believe that our people inside Syria are on hunger strike by force, and so we will only end our strike when the Syrian people end theirs.”“We will persist with our strike and we have called upon the world to support the women and children of Syria on September 22 with us for a day of hunger striking.”Now.....
الجيش سلّم عناصر من "الجيش الحر" إلى الشرطة العسكرية في أبلح
|أكثر من ألفي مدرسة تدمرت أو تضررت في سوريا|
Funeral of Drowned Victims near Turkish Coast.
|محمد الأخرس صيَّاد طائرات "الأسد"|
ونسبت الصحيفة إلى عضو في "الجيش السوري الحر" عرّف نفسه باسم أبو محمد قوله إن شحنة الأسلحة "يبلغ وزنها أكثر من 400 طن وتشمل صواريخ (سام 7) وقاذفات صاروخية من طراز (آر بي جي)".
وأضاف "أبو محمد" أن الشحنة "هي أضخم مساعدة تحصل عليها جماعات المعارضة السورية المسلحة حتى الآن، وساهم في نقلها من المستودعات إلى الحدود السورية".
وذكرت التايمز أن السفينة الليبية التي نقلت الشحنة المسماة "انتصار"، ترسو في ميناء الاسكندرونة وحصل قبطانها على أوراق مختومة من قبل سلطة الميناء التركي، وهو ليبي من مدينة بنغازي يُدعى عمر مصعب ويرأس (المجلس الليبي للإغاثة والدعم).
وقالت إن أكثر من 80 في المئة من شحنة السفينة من الأسلحة تم نقلها إلى سوريا، مشيرة إلى أن الخلافات بين جماعة الأخوان المسلمين و "الجيش السوري الحر" حول ملكية الأسلحة أخّر وصولها إلى سوريا.
وأضافت الصحيفة أن كميات ضخمة من الأسلحة كانت فُقدت من مستودعاتها في ليبيا بعد مقتل العقيد معمر القذافي، ومن بينها أكثر من 5000 صاروخ أرض ـ جو.
|عائلة مسيحية في بلدة محررة باللاذقية: لا تخافوا من "الجيش الحر"|
|مرحلة صمود قاسية تبدأ في دمشق|
Cygil Rocket, Local Productions.
|معارك قرب مطار حلب ومسلّحون يقتلون أرمن سوريّين|
|مقتل 18 جندياً نظامياً بهجوم بسيارة مفخخة في إدلب|
|21:18||"الجزيرة"عن الشبكة السورية: 105 قتلى في حلب ودمشق وريفها|
|ستتم محاكمة قتلة السفير الأميركي في ليبيا|
وأكّد انه سيتم محاكمة قتلة السفير الأميركي في ليبيا.
USA Embassies in Libya and Egypt attacked..
وائل غنيم: مظاهرة القاهرة ستُفهَم كاحتفال بجريمة ١١ سبتمبر ٢٠٠١
An armed mob attacked and set fire to the building in a protest against an amateur film deemed offensive to Islam's Prophet Muhammad, after similar protests in Egypt's capital.
|طهران تعرض صفقة على واشنطن تتضمن تعليق "النووي" مقابل بقاء نظام الأسد|
|الاعلان عن مجلس عسكري "ثوري" موحد في حلب|