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The Syrian town caught between Assad and al-Qaeda
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FSA members don't want al-Qaeda but if the West doesn't intervene, they will be forced to rely more and more on the help of other foreigners with more radical beliefs.

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Added: Sep-30-2012 
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Tags: syria, syrian, war, conflict, al-qaeda, jihadists, foreign, fighters, assad, bashar, free, army, fsa
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  • Back in history the West helped most of the dictators in the Arab countries to torture and abuse their people for more than 50 years and now they blame those people for being Extremest!! what are we expecting from them to be nice and friendly. I think if we change this policy and help them getting their freedom after couple generations we will feel some improvements

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    • @Bobbymh
      I don't see it happening. Islam and the Qur'an itself ultimately puts them at odds with the outside world. They will take, take, take and never give. They'd enforce a jizya on us all if they could. The entire ME is an ouroboros that has never been able to run it's course because of interventions and meddling. West needs to let these folks figure this stuff out for themselves. At least, then they have no excuse or scapegoats for the outcomes. Their choices, their lives.

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  • Let me guess its America's fault I'm sure

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  • Of course it's the west's fault they're turning to extremists. Nothing to do with them at all...

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    • @drynwhyl

      It's the same as only white people can be racist type thinking...I wonder who Islam blamed for making them look like retards 1000 years ago? Surly it wasn't their fault..

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    • @RustyNailer
      Wow, just wow..
      You guys put the dictators in power, then you go to war with them--> then you destabilize the region--> even worse dictators are put in power.--> fundamentalistic muslims unite --> a baaad time for most muslims and the rest in the regions.

      How is that in any way the same as, "only white people can be racist type thinking"...Get a fuucking sense of reality, ya hillbilly

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    • @coolnet12see

      Ever heard of personal responsibility? NO? I didn't think so. At some point it stops being someone else's fault. You can only be the "victim" for so long.

      Did we do some shitty things in the past? Yes. Name one that hasn't. People get the Government they deserve. Your problem is you think the world started when you were born. I question your reality you dope smoking Danish hippy.

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    • @coolnet12see
      I'm too lazy to look all of it up and since you seem to know them all offhand. Who has the US put into power that we've gone to war with?

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    • @MartiansArePunk
      Well to name a few; Saddam Hussein, Osama bin laden, Ayub khan, Musharraf, the shah.
      I wont even talk about south america.

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  • The west intervened in Libya and as a special thank you to the US, their ambassador was murdered.

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  • story of middle east.

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  • The Rich Get Richer and the Poor get Poorer I'm not talking about those who get rich from Good and Do Good

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  • Thats right, smoke that cigg while disassembling armunition!

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  • shittiest place on earth, we already know that

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  • This is a good western made propaganda, Bravo you almost tricked me.

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  • The father pledging to use his 5 year old son as a suicide bomber at the end. The only government these people deserve is authoritarian repression.

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  • You rely on us, you hate us, you attack us? We do not want to help. Leave us alone.

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  • They will be "forced" to rely on AlQaeda because Westerners are not bombing Syria. How do you like these Salfi lies?

    They have a lot of sophisticated knowledge for "simple farmers". And that car bomb is not for "tanks".

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  • The commentator says that two dozen family members were massacred in two runs because a relative defected from the Syrian army. They got their house bombed in the first run and were stabbed and shot in the second one.

    The town El Latamne is ~ 30 km north of Hamah. So Assad is far away from the people there.

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    • @BerndBerndsen
      I'm fairly certain they'd go anywhere to track down a defectors family. They've gone house to house in the past. So why change would that change now? It certainly wasn't an FSA held town before they came. Has be a reason it is now, just saying.

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    • @MartiansArePunk
      > It certainly wasn't an FSA held town before they came.

      With this part I disagree. Hamah is one of the key regions of the uprising.

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    • @BerndBerndsen
      It may very well be a key region. They weren't in the town itself, otherwise that kid wouldn't have a scar and a story to tell.

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