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Terrorism and Manipulation in the Syrian 'Revolution'

The following documentary exposes the myth at the heart of the West's narrative in its war against Syria.

Part 1

Light Saber

10 things you didn't know about the Syrian revolution

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.


More media lies: Girl 'beaten by Syrian forces' story exposed

Here's the story doing the rounds on twitter...
The "Syrian" opposition twist and turn to find more ways to disrupt and discredit Syria's image in the general public.

They say this girl was beaten by security forces in Lattakia.

After a little bit of research, we found out this was false.

This little girl's name is Katie Ann Guttridge who was beaten at a nursery in England in December.



Truth about Western media's favourite Syrian 'activist' Danny Dayem

Danny Abdul Dayem, agitator, not activist
Danny Abdul Dayem is a 22 year old British citizen, of Syrian descent, from Cambridge. In the summer of 2011 he escaped the Syrian city of Homs to Egypt; and then moved to London for a few months. In December of 2011, he secretly returned to Syria through Lebanon. While in London, Danny performed many interviews with some media agencies, as an "eyewitness" from Homs, allegedly shot upon by the Syrian security forces. Clearly, he was on a mission to take full advantage of the air time given him, to transmit propaganda of the idea of a "Syrian revolution". Instead of the reasonable quizzing and healthy skepticism, expected of a professional news entity, on Newsnight, Danny was given free reign to speak, unchallenged. The different accounts gave to numerous news channels, including Sky News, al Hiwar, Alarabiya (in Arabic) and the Guardian were somewhat alarming. Here are some of inconsistencies:

Take 2

Flashback Video: CNN wagging the dog during Gulf War I

Comment: In light of the US media's faking news about the invasion disguised as a civil war in Syria, we thought we'd rerun this damning evidence of CNN creating fake news to drum up support for intervention against Iraq in 1991.

During the 1991 Gulf War, CNN broadcast fake coverage from studios in Saudi Arabia. Viewers suspected nothing. See CNN's Charles Jaco joke off-camera about the hoax they were playing. Don't think for a moment they've stopped doing this. One only has to watch this clip to understand how a global media giant like CNN can fool not just a population, but an entire planet...

In 1991 CNN aired, day after day, fake coverage from "Saudi Arabia" during the Gulf War.

CNN's Charles Jaco and his crew never left the studio. And nobody suspected anything. Nobody would even imagine they were acting and laughing about it.

So what makes you think media stopped doing this?

Comment: Syrian 'Rebels' Psyops Exposed: Reports Broadcast by Mainstream Media are Faked


Palestinians to Give Israelis Deadline to Accept 'Ground Rules' on Settlements, Border

© Bernat Armangue / The Associated Press Israeli soldiers stand guard near the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Friday, March 2, 2012.
Palestinian officials said Saturday they plan to give a deadline to Israel to accept ground rules for negotiations, and suggested that a 'no' will allow them to shelve Mideast talks until it does.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is to spell out the requirements in a letter to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad Malki. He said he did not know by when Netanyahu would have to respond.

Abbas has long said he will not resume talks unless Israel freezes settlement construction on occupied lands and recognizes the pre-1967 war frontier as a baseline for talks on a border between Israel and a future Palestine. The Palestinians want to establish their state in the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalem, captured by Israel in 1967.

Netanyahu has rejected both demands, insisting that negotiations resume without what he has portrayed as preconditions. A government official reiterated Saturday that Israel is ready to resume talks immediately.


"Suicide Bombers" Kill Soldier at Army Camp in Yemen

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Two suicide bombers struck an army camp in central Yemen on Saturday, killing one soldier, while explosions rocked a southern port city and clashes erupted between militants said to be linked to Al Qaeda and security forces in the south, officials said.

The continuing violence across Yemen highlights challenges facing the country after a yearlong political turmoil resulted in a security vacuum and gave Al Qaeda the opportunity to seize several towns in the south.

The threat of Al Qaeda on the Arabian Peninsula was a major reason that the United States played an active role in Yemen's transition after millions of Yemenis took to the streets demanding the ouster of their longtime ruler, Ali Abdullah Saleh.

After clinging to power for a year, Mr. Saleh officially stepped down when Yemenis voted for his vice president, Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi, to replace him. Mr. Saleh's ouster was part of a deal backed by the United States- and Arab nations that gave him immunity from prosecution in return for leaving power.


Senior Pakistan Politician Escapes "Suicide Attack"

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Peshawar: A suicide bomber targeted the convoy of a senior politician in northwest Pakistan on Saturday, killing one of his guards and wounding at least three people, police said.

Aftab Khan Sherpao, who as the interior minister had supervised operations against the Pakistani Taliban during the tenure of former President Pervez Musharraf, escaped unharmed in Saturday's attack.

But one of his police guards was killed in the bombing, and a lawmaker and three other people were wounded, local police chief Nisar Khan said.

Another police officer, Saeed Khan, said Sherpao was passing through the district of Charsadda after addressing a political rally when a young man appeared out of an open field and blew himself up near the politician's bullet-proof vehicle.

He said he was riding in another vehicle and saw the attacker, but before anyone could take any action, the man detonated the bomb.


Romney to mother of Army daughter: How can Obama sleep at night?

Mitt Romney
© The Associated Press/Gerald Herbert
US: Dayton, Ohio - A woman at a rally here tearfully asked Mitt Romney on Saturday why her Army daughter is still in Afghanistan nearly a year after the death of Osama bin Laden. He seized on her question to accuse President Obama of failing to clearly communicate the mission to U.S. troops serving there.

Vicki Chura, 54, of Fairfield, Ohio, said her daughter calls home constantly from Bagram Air Base, where she serves with the 82nd Airborne Division, and is confused about why she is still there. She asked Romney what he would do to speed the withdrawal of U.S. troops.

"Her first deployment, she never once said 'I want to come home,'" Chura said of her daughter, who has been in the Army for more than three years. "This deployment has been extremely hard, not only for her, but for my husband and I. Every email, every time we Skype, we hear 'I want to come home now'. There is no mission here. We have no definition of a mission."

Romney jumped on Chura's complaint and attacked Obama on the war. "If your daughter is not familiar with the mission that she's on, how in the world can the commander in chief sleep at night, knowing that we have soldiers in harm's way that don't know exactly, precisely, what it is that they're doing there?" he asked.


Romney Notches Fifth Straight Win with Washington State GOP Caucuses

Mitt Romney
© The Associated PressMitt Romney greets supporters at a town hall meeting in Dayton, Ohio.
US - Mitt Romney cruised to a victory in the Washington state caucuses Saturday night, notching his fifth win in a row in the final contest before Super Tuesday.

The former Massachusetts governor is expected to carry the state by a double-digit margin. The performance helps Romney further reassert his frontrunner status following a string of defeats to Rick Santorum last month. Every bump of added momentum counts with all four candidates competing fiercely for the 419 delegates up for grabs this Tuesday across the 10 states holding primaries and caucuses.

Romney said he was "heartened" by Saturday's results.

"The voters of Washington have sent a signal that they do not want a Washington insider in the White House," Romney said in a statement. "They want a conservative businessman who understands the private sector and knows how to get the federal government out of the way so that the economy can once again grow vigorously."

With 91 percent of precincts reporting in Washington, Romney was well ahead with 37 percent.