Lebanon nabs arms smuggler to Syria A military court in Lebanon has issued an arrest warrant for a member of a “terrorist organization” accused of transporting arms and money to insurgents fighting against the Syrian government forces, Press TV reports. http://www.presstv.com/detail/2012/11/14/272082/lebanon-nabs-arms-smuggler-to-syria/
Hasaka: militias infringe on the civilians in Ras Al Ain border of the Hasaka province and beating them, killing and driving them out of their homes what they called “the battle to liberate Ras Al Ain. What appears in the video humiliation and insult of an old [Continue reading…]
Martyr Lin Hassan Miro killed by Turkish sponsored Al Qaeda Levant aka FSA in the terrorist explosion that targeted Al Woroud Neighborhood. Her mother is still in ICU in the hospital till now.
Britain Strives to Assassinate Assad, Could Intervene in Syria Soon The UK’s most senior general said on a BBC interview Sunday that Britain had in place contingency plans for a “very limited” response in the case of a worsening humanitarian situation in Syria within the next few [Continue reading…]
Terrorists Suffer Heavy Losses under the Army’s Strikes Nov 13, 2012 PROVINCES, (SANA) – The Armed Forces on Tuesday chased an armed terrorist group that was terrorizing citizens and attacking public and private properties in al-Sbeineh, al-Sayyida Zainab, Zamalka and al-Tadamon neighborhoods in Damascus and its countryside. [Continue reading…]
Ukrainian official reveals that the Terrorists kidnapping prominent journalist Anhar Kochneva have submitted their demands to release her, without saying what are the demands. Anhar Kochneva was kidnapped while on her way back to Damascus from Tartous near the city of Qussayr in Homs countryside on Friday [Continue reading…]
13 Syrian soldiers die in Hasyaa The Syrian Arab Army has re-opened the International highway that connects Lattakia and Edlib, after the insurgents planted 5 explosive charges and armed confrontations occurred between the Syrian Army and Free Army militia on the road. Our correspondent in Edlib said [Continue reading…]