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    • It's all very sad

      Posted May-27-2011 By 

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    • what was doing the arab league,western powers,turkey and united nations when israel killed 1000 civilians during the recent lebanon war?..and 1500 palestinian in the siege of gaza?..500 dead in cisjordanian, 2000 dead during intifada..and so on...NOTHING!...only syria, iran and hezbollah-lebanon helped them!..so arab league and western are not QUALIFIED to condemn SYRIA!!

      Posted Nov-30-2011 By 

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      • @almanzor you know what that is an excellent question.
        They managed to cut ties, condemn, boycott, criticize, degrade and demonize Israel for the death of 5000 Arabs, including insurgents and civilians, in a total of 10 years war, aftel losing over 1000 Israelis to terror and insurgency when just next door it took Assad what? 6 months to get to this number of killings and only of civilians?
        In Libya it took 50 thousands life's before Gaddafhi was taken, and in Egypt revolution related deaths pa More..

        Posted Jan-19-2012 By 

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      • @yaya83
        Israel will take the entire Middle East with them if they are attacked on multiple fronts. Arabs need to start using their heads for something more than hate. If they left those fuckers and each other alone, they might have time to enjoy their lives in new and exciting ways. Let it go, why continue with pthe bullshit so more chldren can grow up with being handed their parents nonsensical misgivings. It just makes that area look like they solely live to hate themselves and everybody More..

        Posted Sep-3-2012 By 

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      • @MartiansArePunk because their lands are being occupied?...

        i dont know about u, but i personally wouldnt have a lot of love of ppl who occupied me, or others like the US, supported and maintained my dictator rulers...

        Posted Sep-11-2012 By 

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      • @dontcomplain
        Great, don't give anyone a single reason for a foreign element to visit & occupy their property. Problem solved.

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      • @MartiansArePunk im not sure what u mean by that mate, but if ur trying to say that its their own fault that ppl have come and attacked or colonized or occupied them, then i have to kinda disagreee with ya.

        Posted Sep-13-2012 By 

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    • The more I read about the history of Syria, the more I'm on their government's side and not on the protesters'. Syria under the Ba'ath Party has religious freedom, which is important to a country with so many religious minorities such as Christians and Shia Muslims (the more peaceful Muslims), while Sunni Muslims (the more violent Muslims) make up about 3/4ths of the population and had historically repressed the minorities economically and socially.

      I don't condone firing on unarmed civilians; More..

      Posted Jun-4-2011 By 

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      • @elheber

        i hadn't thought of it that way...I still think that whole place is super dicked...

        Posted Jun-4-2011 By 

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      • @elheber
        So GTFO to Assad's bedroom

        Posted Jun-10-2011 By 

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      • @elheber

        Well think about this way. 1- There was religious tolerance before the Baath government came into succession. Syria's first Prime Minister was Christian.
        2-Now this is a fact (look it up) the exodus of Syria's Christian community occured under the Baath regime.
        3-Don't you think that if the Muslims wanted to wipe out the Christains and other minorities they would have done it sometime between now and 1000 years ago (literally)? Christians have been around 2000 years and the Muslims ar More..

        Posted Sep-11-2012 By 

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      • @elheber 80 percent of SAA Army contains Sunnis.. theyre totally different with terrorists.

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      • @elheber 
        Sadly, all is fair in love and war.

        Posted Nov-4-2013 By 

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    • God help us and show us the way to follow... teach human how to love each other and live with one another.(AMEN)

      Posted Oct-21-2011 By 

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    • Not really a popular uprising but hey I'm not there to disagree

      Posted Apr-30-2011 By 

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    • About time LL started to differentiate the various wars in the Middle East north Africa.

      Posted Apr-30-2011 By 

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    • let the world see this in holland they are tired after tunis egypt libia siria yemen and others need world attetion

      Posted Apr-30-2011 By 

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    • Extremism will never solve a political dispute. All sides must put down arms and talk about their problems. They must lay down their arms, from opposition and from government. No more fighting.

      Posted Nov-15-2011 By 

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      • @Larry0011 lol no surrender kill all fsa rats go saa go assad

        Posted Oct-15-2013 By 

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    • Why is it that all the snipers are crazed in these video's?

      Are American snipers crazed for following their orders and killing people every day? Because im sure thats the they are doing in Syria, just following orders...

      Posted Nov-27-2011 By 

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    • libya = people get guns, people use guns to overthrow gov.........syria = people throw rocks at snipers and fully loaded machine guns, people get picked off like fish in a barrel

      Posted Aug-22-2011 By 

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    • ASSad is a pharoah and just like the pharoas of egypt, he will fall eventually along with his army of extremist terrorists. They have no hearts to kill unarmed civilians who only want change for the better instead of being ruled by tryrants for over 40 years

      Posted Sep-26-2011 By 

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    • assad is tyrant who belongs to something called shiite extremists. Muslims consider him a bigger enemy than the actual enemy. like his father who massacred thousands of people in lebanon and syria. these two are the worst terrorists known to the middle east

      Posted Sep-24-2011 By 

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    • Wow, Rodja the new repost god, loves freedom of speech nearly as much as rastamoun, freepress and Mr-Creosote and some other fake accounts from these guys..I'm impressed..

      I really like how this propagandists say they support freedom and democracy in Syria cause allegedly under Assad it's impossible to say something against the regieme and here they delete comments or block users with a different opinion or which expose/question their propaganda descriptions and videos. If they had the power th More..

      Posted Dec-12-2012 By 

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      • @bmn ...it's interesting, the most blocking and deleting users are those, who are on the the side of the "FREEDOM"-fighters...
        The freedom of censorship....!!

        Posted Dec-12-2012 By 

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      • @bmn
        im actually just trying this site out. Realized you're better off not caring about the comments. Propaganda goes both ways - not denying that. Assad was the first one to pull out the gun, so that makes him the aggressor. If the FSA then responds with similar measures if shouldn't be surprising. Nothing that enjoys me however. Just wished the guy could piss off and the Syrians be left alone...

        Posted Dec-14-2012 By 

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      • @Rodja 

        I've got an idea, why don't we let the Swedish voters decide who should be president of Syria?

        Posted Sep-20-2013 By 

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    • So Mr creosote why have you blocked me from commenting are you a coward and feeble come here and discuss with me and do you still have your multiple accounts running because i know you do you were even talking to your self on your home page.

      Posted Apr-23-2012 By 

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    • A typical comment from kingfordlm while he is flaming is this:

      "catshit or catpoo is a propagandist pathological liar and puppet who works for the Assad government and is going to get a ticket to Iran. He tells non-stop lies and nothing he says should ever be believed. He is a poo."

      He writes this sort of thing on every item I post. That is flaming and trolling. It disrupts not only my channel, but the website as a whole. This behaviour is not conducive to any discussion. I am sure More..

      Posted Jul-28-2012 By 

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      • @C-A-T-000p
        I'm glad you responded, I really wondered your position on all this. I can see you have a valid position with a number of posts, past and recent by @Kingfordlm. Previous to blocking though, why didn't you report these items, see if infractions were in order before blocking the user(s)? I would have great respect for that decision if you had a mod violation to support the blocking? I don't think there would be animosity? Flaming & trolling is a nuisance for channel owners More..

        Posted Jul-28-2012 By 

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      • @MartiansArePunk I note that C-A-T-000p puts that phrase in quote marks, which most people assumes means I actually wrote those very words. I haven't. That is a composite of many different things I have written and is thus misleading.

        Posted Jul-30-2012 By 

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    • Here is an interesting article arguing that the rebel side has become more Islamist and radical. The person interviewed is an MSF doctor. MSF, also known as Docters Without Borders, will go into very difficult conflict zones to treat victims. They are careful never to take sides in a conflict, so this doctor's words should carry some weight.

      Posted Sep-8-2012 By 

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      • @kingfordlm
        Did you really need to read this to see it? This grows less about revolution and more towards an Islamist agenda every day. SNC might as well just disband now to save wasted breath later. Sharia is the new Syria. Rebels are muslims and the one thing about muslims is that they are easily manipulated by their faith.

        Posted Sep-9-2012 By 

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      • @MartiansArePunk its sad that there are not hundreds but thousands of militia in syria and most of the orginized and larger ones are AQ influenced, this is why USA will not act in syria... i would still hesitate to call the syrian rebels terrorists though because even though they welcome the help from AQ and others they seem to have vastly different ideals

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      • @knightmarish
        I agree fully and don't consider the FSA as terrorists. What I don't like that I'm seeing more of is the foreign elements that are in the rag tag groups, "supporting" the rebels. Making this less of a struggle for political independence and morphing it into sectarian based religous warfare. No foreign body has any business executing people or spouting and enforcing Sharia in any FSA held areas. That I find disheartening because that is their role as support personnel More..

        Posted Sep-9-2012 By 

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      • @MartiansArePunk Once Assad goes, it's going to be quite the free-for-all.

        Posted Sep-10-2012 By 

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      • @kingfordlm read that and yes its no surprise the USA wont get involved because it will need somewhere to bomb in a decade after Libya its all part of the game.

        Posted Sep-10-2012 By 

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    • The crisis in Syria is a proxy war between USA, EU, Israel, Saudi Arabia/GCC States on one side, and Russia, China, Iran, Palestinians, Lebanon, Iraq on the other side. It is little to do with rhe aspirations of Syrians. The aggressor side is the first, which is attacking the sovereignty of Syria and supplying weapons to terrorists. The other side, which includes Russia and China is the side which is defending the Syrian sovereignty and dignity.

      Posted Apr-22-2012 By 

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    • why is it whenever government soldiers attack the insurgents they are committing massacres, however when the insurgents attack the government soldiers its a liberation....???? please explain...

      Posted Jul-31-2012 By 

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      • @donburke Because western media has decided that Assad is the bad guy, and rebels are the good guys. Nothing more into it. What baffles more is the fact that why western media seems to be on the same side with islamists. Secular west should have nothing to do with those fanatics. They should support logic over faith, secularity over fanaticism.

        Posted Jul-31-2012 By 

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      • @AwesomeCunt probably because if it looks like the fsa is failing . nato will come in with their no fly zone . and they'll look like the good guys .

        Posted Jul-31-2012 By 

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      • @donburke Do you know Clinton is saying today that 'when' the government of Assad collapses, the army should be kept intact? She was accusing the army of being the demon of Syria, and she said the army has collapsed. Now she has turned full circle back, and says they intact and should be kept that way! The government of Syria is very unlikely to fall for all of this terrorism.

        Posted Jul-31-2012 By 

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      • @AwesomeCunt
        Foreign fighters are what have turned the tables on the west. Why the Obama administration is allowing an election year to be dictating foreign policy is disturbing. This is clearly become far more than a rebel movement. Now locked in a position of stubborness looking like morons till the electoral college chimes in. I just don't see how they can still maintain this is a coup for democracy. They know full well the election will be one sided affair. You think anyone will actua More..

        Posted Aug-1-2012 By 

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      • @greenylake
        That woman needs to pull her head out from betwixt her rotund cheeks.

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    • I'd like to raise another issue which causes problems. There are some people who are currently opening new Liveleak accounts at a rate of 1-3 per day. This seems to have been happening for some months but at a slower rate, the rate is now increasing for about one month to 1-3 per day. This means that over time this person is getting over 30 accounts per month in addition to the dozens he already has. It is not freedom of speech to multiply your voice by 100x. Is there a solution to this other th More..

      Posted Jul-28-2012 By 

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      • @C-A-T-000p
        Can you cite an example? Have you raised the issue to mods already? I'm sure the admins. would be checking IPs if that was a growing issue. That is worth a lifetime ban like most forums do.

        Posted Jul-28-2012 By 

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    • Comment of user '1812' has been deleted by author (after account deletion)!
      • @1812 LOL, I'm afraid the Arab mind is truly incapable of accepting responsibility for their situation. The concept of Occam's razor is completely alien to them, and instead they opt for the most far-fetched and improbable explanations. For decades the Assad dynasty ran a ruthless Arab secret police state, arresting and/or executing all opposition no matter how trivial. Then a fruit vendor in Tunisia set himself on fire, and all the pent up rage of the Arab Spring burst forth. Only in Libya was More..

        Posted May-22-2012 By 

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      • @kingfordlm

        Spoken like a true spinner, but fatally flawed.

        The real reason for all the unrest was the serious increase in food prices over the whole middle east.

        This was not trivial in a region where food is a major if not the major expense.

        Who to blame? Western Greenies who want biofuels for their cars. This has had a world-wide effect.

        Posted May-31-2012 By 

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      • @DEADBEEF biofuels.. right..... not at all the fact that regimes have been ruling for over 40 years in many countries like syria and libya and not at all the fact that they stifle peaceful dissent with jail, torture and death. genius on our hands over here.

        Posted Jun-5-2012 By 

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      • @DEADBEEF THE PEOPLE DEMAND THE FALL OF GREENTECH!!!

        Posted Jun-5-2012 By 

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    • great channel ..im new on liveleak and i'm looking for a website where i can find REAL news from syria not some western bs propaganda ..thank youin advance

      Posted Dec-13-2012 By 

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    • kingfordlm
      DEADBEEF-p00p
      wulf40
      robert nod
      Bashar Ass

      These are are 100% kingfordlm accounts. He has more.

      Caution: He trolls using the name "Catpoop" for 3m3rald, f5nag, wolf40, DEADBEEF and some more...kingfordlm has cat poop in his face!

      You can find his accounts because there is no one else using the word "poop". His way of disputing is immature and recognizable. When you see this, it is kingfordlm trolling the videos under different aliases.

      Posted Aug-16-2012 By 

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      • @f5nag thanks detective, but why should we care? is this guy an asshole or something?

        Posted Aug-16-2012 By 

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      • @f5nag You missed some. He has 5 clones of me: woIf40 (using capital letter i), woolf40, wolf4o, wolf-p00p, wulf40.

        You missed one more he claims is C-A-T-000p: WolfBite120. Read WolfBite120's channel comments and have your two cent laugh at kingfordlm.

        Posted Aug-17-2012 By 

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      • @f5nag
        I really think multiple accounts are the next issue for the staffers to combat. All of you people are acting like juvenile delinquents, though. Trolling each others posts and reposts. This shit is getting ridiculous. It's a black eye on LL now. Start acting like adults before the really initiate some really strict shit that will affect everyone.

        Posted Aug-17-2012 By 

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      • @MartiansArePunk Everyone gets butthurt so easily. :)

        "OMG I got blocked?!?!?! GRRRRRRR!!!!"

        I bet if I started posting in a certain way, someone would accuse me of being one of someone else's multiple accounts. ;)

        Posted Aug-18-2012 By 

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      • @KaneKaizer Chances are yes. :) When I started leaving comments a couple years ago after been a member for close to five or so I was accused of being an alternate account but they never told me who I was supposed to be even though I asked. Always wondered.

        Posted Aug-18-2012 By 

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