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Protesters killed by Bashar's militias and iranian snipers in Idlib province

Jamal Al-Baitaar, Tamir Mi'amaar and Imad Idrees) Protesters slaughtered by Al-Assad's militias and iranian snipers in Ma'arrat Masreen town Idlib province in Syria

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Added: Dec-14-2011 Occurred On: Dec-14-2011
By: huriyaa
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Tags: syria, bashar, el, assad, civilians, killed, homs, idlib, damascus, revolution
Location: Idlib, Idlib Governorate, Syria (load item map)
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  • Where is the proof that Iranians are invloved?

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  • Islamists are pigs, and the mullahs of Iran are the modern day sphincters of this false philosophy. What a bunch of losers. The so-called prophet has given nothing to humanity except ignorance, intolerance and war.

    Posted Dec-15-2011 By 

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    • @SeeNoEvil just like jesus

      or what were the crusades in your eyes?

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    • @Bushido

      The Crusades were an obvious Christian response to Islamist violent imperialism in Spain and France. When the Caliph of Jerusalem closed the holy site to all but muhammadans, the result was a two hundred year holy war.

      The immediate cause of the First Crusade was the Byzantine emperor Alexios I's appeal to Pope Urban II for mercenaries to help him resist Muslim advances into territory of the Byzantine Empire.

      Okay? Good.

      .

      Posted Dec-16-2011 By 

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  • More likely shot by Saudi Snipers. Iranians are fairly distinctive in Arab countries

    Posted Dec-15-2011 By 

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