Who hasn't heard of the peaceful uprising in Syria that was supposedly suppressed by the Syrian government?

We've heard it everywhere; from social networks, news...even TV shows have a spin at it.

Do you really know what's happening in Syria or are you being lied to?

Here are 10 things you may not have known.

1) It's not popular

Western media may portray this uprising as the next big thing. We've seen millions come out in Tunisia & Egypt but have you seen millions come out in Syria? When was the last time you saw a protest on large scale filming. Don't you think it's a little ironic that they zoom in on signs, on people & film from the back?

Looking on another end...when was the last time you saw a pro-Assad rally on your television screen? Yes, they do exist, but you'd never know:

PRO-Assad rally in Damascus
2) They thrive on lies

Admit it. You've heard the typical, "Assad security forces have fired at innocent protesters and killed (insert an odd number here - odd numbers sound much more realistic)". We all have, it's become a norm. Of course they'll show you some guy running away while trying to film & you'll hear gunshots in the background. Then they'll show you someone wounded while trying to carry him.

We've all heard of the death toll. Now how true is it?

Here's another video showing you the truth behind this "revolution":

3) It's already armed

I'm sure everyone's read recent reports about Qatar (yes, that tiny country) & Saudi Arabia (?) claiming that people need to start arming the revolution. Of course this was their idea, so they did it since the beginning! They're always ahead of the game.

Many of their weapons have been captured, and many more are being smuggled. If this is just another revolution, why were they armed from the beginning?



4) They love Israel

Love. You can't hide it.

Issac Herzog (Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee) said that, "the Syrian opposition want to "be friends" with Israel."

Apparently the Syrian opposition & their supporters love them back and haven't been shy in expressing it.


Here's another one that's known as the "Voice of Homs"...while sitting in his home in London, of course!

Then their leaders love Israel:

5) Followers lack history knowledge

The flag they call their "Independence Flag" was forced onto Syria in 1938 under the FRENCH Mandate. From the 1930s, the Syrian Republic was under the control of Vichy France (the government of France that collaborated with the Axis powers).

Displaying that horrendous flag means you want to go back to the days of the French Mandate.

It was reused in 1961 when traitors revolted against the unity of Syria and Egypt with the help of the West and Saudis.

The 3 stars were the 3 provinces in Syria. It was used as a religious segregation to spread certain religions further apart.

6) They're fighting for leadership, not democracy

Just recently Haitham al-Maleh and company defected from the Istanbul Council (media publicizes it as the Syrian National Council, although none of its members are actually in Syria).

While the Istanbul Council is run by Burhan Ghalioun and other Zionist lovers; Maleh didn't seem content with his rule so decided to form his own council.

None of these individuals have the slight ambition to democracy, they want leadership. Don't be surprised to hear more and more defecting to attain high positions soon.

7) They're not alone

Libyans, Afghans, Lebanese, Syrians, French, Turks, Iraqis, Yemenis & Jordanians. What do they all have in common? They've all decided to come and fight for Syria!

No coincidence ladies and gentlemen, this is another fluke in so-called the freedom fighting phase.

Weeks ago France recalled their Ambassador from Damascus. A mere 24 hours after reports of French soldiers were caught in Syria...France sent back their Ambassador to negotiate with the Syrian government.

Let's not get ahead of ourselves....why were they in Syria in the first place? Hmmm.

8) They're sectarian

Al Arabiya put out a photo on their news channel a while back splitting the region into 4 regions: Kurds, Sunnis, Alawites & Druze. If this doesn't spell out sectarian, then I don't know what does.

More footage of sectarian abuse by Syrian opposition:

9) The "FSA" is an illusion...

The Free Syrian Army, as they call it, is supposedly a group of defected soldiers that have come together to protect "innocent Syrians" from the "brutal regime". That sounds like a fairytale.

They claim they're defected soldiers and they're thousands in number. Logically speaking if that many soldiers from the army had defected, they would have been able to overtake Syria.

The FSA is nothing but a name given to armed terrorists inside Syria. They have their own uniforms, perform their own skits and are an illusion to the Western population.

It's also quite ironic that the cities that the FSA tries to "take over" turn into hell, crime scenes and grave yards. It's worth giving a thought to. For example, Hamidya in Homs was a pro-Assad stronghold for 11 months. When FSA tried to "free" it, it turned into this:

10) They fail to realize Syria is not Egypt nor Tunisia

We've heard it being said time and time again.

In Egypt & Tunisia, millions came out. They stayed in Tahrir Square for days.

Syria has not witnessed anything like this. Not even when the "revolution" first started. They occupy little allies, streets, mini-villages etc.