A new terrorist blast rocks BeirHaret Hreik blastut’s southern suburb (Dahiyeh) on Tuesday, leaving dozens of casualties. Al-Manar correspondent quoted the head of field operations in the Islamic Health Society as saying that there have been three martyrs and 50 injured in the blast. Our correspondent cited security sources as assuring that the bombing was a suicide one, saying that body parts belonging to the terrorist who carried out the attack scattered in the explosion site. Shortly following the explosion, the Lebanese army cordoned off the area. For his part, State Commissioner to the Military Court Judge Saqr Saqr tasked the military police to start probing the explosion. The terrorist Al-Qaeda affiliated Al-Nusra Front in Lebanon group on Tuesday claimed the bomb attack that rocked southern suburbs of Beirut, “We have responded to the massacres carried out by the party of Iran… in their backyard in the southern suburbs,” the terrorist group said in a statement posted on a Twitter account. The same busy commercial street was targeted by a suicide car bombing in early January that also killed five civilians. And today just hours ago,a suicide bomber was caught in the the same area just few kilometers away. First when he approached the Lebanese army’s barricade and they told him to stand down for them to search the car; he got out of the car and ran when they suspected him and caught him and here are some pictures a from our connections there. And after investigations they discovered that ... Read More »
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Palestinians in Syria have always enjoyed full rights just like the Syrian citizens while maintaining their Palestinian citizenship to retain their right to return to their own land Palestine after its liberation from the Zionist occupation, until the NATO-Wahhabi backed ‘revolution’ turned their lives upside down, just like their Syrian counterparts. Palestinians in Syria had to share the suffering the Syrian people suffered at the hands of few brainwashed Syrians and many non-Syrian Wahhabi terrorists, and the Palestinians had to suffer at the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood Hamas and its affiliates, that’s what happened when the chief of Hamas politburo moved from Damascus to Doha in Qatar and revealed the real face of its rotten political members in control of the Islamist group that changed its goal from liberating Palestine to protecting Israel. Since August 2013, hundreds of terrorists fleeing the Syrian Arab Army’s operations in Ghouta and other Damascus countryside operations joined their affiliates in Hamas in the Yarmouk Camp for Palestinian refugees south of the Syrian capital. Yarmouk Camp is anything but a refugee camp as people might think, it was one of the most vibrant commercial and residential hubs just 3 years ago before NATO’s democracy hit Syria. It was the house of 180,000 Palestinians and tens of thousands of Syrians. The majority of the residents managed to flee the Camp as the terrorists entered while 20,000 were stuck inside and were prevented from leaving by the western backed Al Qaeda FSA and other anti-Islam groups ... Read More »
1-Syrian Opposition in Istanbul to Discuss Participation in Peace Talks Syrian opposition factions The divided Syrian opposition factions are meeting in Istanbul to decide whether to join landmark peace talks due in Geneva on January 22. On the eve of the National Coalition’s meeting, US Secretary of State John Kerry made a plea to the exiled group to decide in favor of the talks. “The Syrian people need to be able to determine the future of their country, their voice must be heard,” AFP quoted him as saying. The Geneva-II peace conference is aimed at finding a way to end war in Syria. Syria was hit by a violent unrest since mid-March 2011, where the Syrian government accuses foreign actors, mainly the Saudi Arabia and Turkey, of orchestrating the conflict by supporting the militant opposition groups with arms and money. 2-Moallem Says Syria to Exert Efforts to Ensure Geneva 2, Lavrov Slams Opposition Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem expressed his country’s readiness to make ecery effort in order to ensure a planned international peace conference. Meanwhile, his Russian counterpart slammed the foreign-backed opposition for failing to take decision on whether it will participate in Geneva 2 or not. During a joint press conference, Moalle Lavrov and Moallemm confirmed his government’s plans to send a senior delegation to the Swiss lakeside city of Montreux where the long-delayed peace conference — the first since June 2012 — is due to begin. Syria “will take part in Geneva II and make every effort to ... Read More »
A series of revelations about the chemical attack in Syria’s eastern Ghouta is doubting US accusation that the Syrian government has launched the gas assault. A team of US experts meeting this week in Washington, concluded that the rocket that delivered sarin to a Damascus suburb last summer could not have been fired from the Syrian government positions. They said that the range of the rocket that delivered sarin in the largest attack that Gas masksnight was too short for the device to have been fired from the Syrian government positions where the Obama administration insists they originated. Separately, international weapons experts are puzzling over why the rocket in question — an improvised 330 mm to 350 mm rocket equipped with a large receptacle on its nose to hold chemicals — reportedly did not appear in the Syrian government’s declaration of its arsenal to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and apparently was not uncovered by OPCW inspectors who believe they have destroyed Syria’s ability to deliver a chemical attack. The authors of a report released Wednesday said that their study of the rocket’s design, its likely payload and its possible trajectories show that it would have been impossible for the rocket to have been fired from inside areas controlled by the Syrian government. In the report, “Possible Implications of Faulty U.S. Technical Intelligence,” Richard Lloyd, a former United Nations weapons inspector, and Theodore Postol, a professor of science, technology and national security policy at the Massachusetts Institute ... Read More »
An eye witness and a survivor of Adra AlOmalyeh massacres tells her story: After learning that “rebels” entered Adra, we hurried to the main road but the Palestinian Liberation Front ordered us back cause they were fighting them. We returned to a relatives’ house in island 8, half an hour later the “rebels” arrived. The rest of the building residents called us to go to the basement and there we gathered. Suddenly the Jihadists entered, all of them were foreigners, their leader was a man called Abu Qutayba. They took my sister’s son & they beat him up after checking his id. They said he was Ismaeli cause his family’s name is Ismael. They tied his hands & took him, we heard nothing of him later. Three days later we were moved to another basement. After we ran out of food, Um Alaa who is originally from Hawran went out to bring food, endangering her own life so the kids won’t starve. The cold weather and fear almost killed us, at each Jihadists’ visit we feared the worst. Our neighbor left the basement to bring water, he was injured by the shelling. First the Jihadists took care of him, even took him to a hospital. But when they learned what his sect is, the leader slaughtered him. One of the Jihadists gave a child, a young girl, a piece of chocolate and asked her if she liked AlNusra Front. The girl returned the chocolate, saying that no she doesn’t like them, ... Read More »
President Obama expressed sorrow Saturday about the death of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, joining other United States and world leaders in commenting on the life and passing of Sharon. “On behalf of the American people, Michelle and I send our deepest condolences to the family of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and to the people of Israel on the loss of a leader who dedicated his life to the State of Israel,” the president said. “We reaffirm our unshakable commitment to Israel’s security and our appreciation for the enduring friendship between our two countries and our two peoples.” Me:oh that’s funny Obama reaffirms their unshakable commitment to isreal’s security and what’s stranger is that he considers Arial a hero ,to isrealians but did he forget that he killed Palestinians and Lebanese and other innocent Arab citizens on the expense of this delusional and not ever lasting dream. Sharon was “a brave soldier and a daring leader who loved his nation and his nation loved him,” said President of the State of Israel Shimon Peres, a longtime friend and rival. “He was one of Israel’s great protectors and most important architects, who knew no fear and certainly never feared vision.” Sharon died at Tel Hashomer hospital just outside Tel Aviv, where his family had gathered at his bedside over the past several days as his vital organs reportedly deteriorated. “Ariel Sharon’s journey was Israel’s journey,” Secretary of State John Kerry said. “The dream of Israel was the cause of ... Read More »