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Syrian Kids Demonstrating P.1 
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Added: Sep-15-2012 Occurred On: Sep-15-2012
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Tags: syria, army, rebel, attack, kid
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  • them fuckers need to line up and take a bath!!!

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    • @razersharp09
      Yeah, they do but why don't you instruct them how to bathe when someones water supply has been destroyed?. It's not like they can just walk to a store and buy water like us?

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    • @MartiansArePunk i have martian! I have been in that country! they are not as bad off as you think!!!

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    • @razersharp09
      I know they aren't living like cavemen(just acting like em). I didn't mean they don't have the ability to bathe or buy water. I meant that their water has been shut off at the mains in Aleppo and vendors aren't gonna open their shops to sell shit with bullets whizzing past.

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  • Good to see Bashar has managed to kill most of the Wahhabi snipers who normally be shooting on this demonstration.

    Bashar has made it possible for the very small group of misguided protesters to do so peacefully.

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    • @DEADBEEF
      I do find this odd. Aleppo slipped out of FSA hands and is not held by the FSA. So I have to wonder why these people suddenly feel safe to demonstrate in Aleppo where fighting still rages in the outskirts.

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    • @MartiansArePunk

      Despite my trolling comment you have a good response.

      What we usually see on the uploaded clips does not match the ground truth.

      Life in Syria is a lot more stable than what the FSA and MSM would have us believe.

      Demonstrations are common and non-violent.

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    • @DEADBEEF
      One thing I'd like to know, from the 20/20 interview w/ Assad after tensions between the gov. & protests. He said that demonstrators would need to file for permits in order to amass in large groups or else they'd be broken up. Given the large scale demonstrations that are happening in the various towns and provinces. I'm wondering if they're still having to file for permits beforehand or if that went out the window once the FSA took shape?

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  • These days are hard on the children of the world. I cant even imagine what its like to grow up. The world has changed into hell on earth in the middle east. In the USA we already experienced the revolution and blood shed hundreds of years ago. I imagine things were much the same. If I was in charge I would completely withdraw any military presence around the world. We have technology that allows the world to communicate from within our own country,s. After all isn't it what we seem to have a pro More..

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  • the boy injured before,god bless them!

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