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Syria - Shell targets FSA supporters during interview 16/11/2012
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Mortar shell hits at 1:30

Aleppo 16/11/2012

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Added: Feb-6-2013 Occurred On: Feb-6-2013
By: CptSpaulding
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Tags: syria, uprising
Location: Aleppo, Aleppo Governorate, Syria (load item map)
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  • You should have seen this coming... If you put 200 muslims together, the chances are real high that one of them will explode...

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  • she didn't make it to the next round of Syrian Idol.

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  • No proof it was done by the SAA. The FSA probably did this to look like the good guys and gain more support.

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  • That was close, the poor children. The little girl had heard the sound of mortars before...

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  • Fucking sad.

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  • Inside job!

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  • FSA kill their own supporters

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  • Staged.

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  • That's actual a new show called "Syria's got talent". If you aren't very good they stop you with a mortar round.

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  • I feel sorry for those people, could you just imagine how many fuckers will be yelling Allah snackbar after that explosion ?

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    • @AngloFarkinSaxon That would have been funny if the government army was muslim, but frankly they are not. The only god they worship is Bashar the Pig. I've seen it before my eyes, before this revolution ever happened the army had embedded spies on the streets to keep civilians under control. Who ever said something against Bashar would get a beating and a lecture, "Kneel down to your god", the soldiers would say, "Who is your God?" they would ask.... of course the civilians More..

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    • @RainSong You are obviously new here..

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    • @AngloFarkinSaxon
      Luckily they all have busted ear drums.

      With the constant shellings maybe that is how they check who isn't deaf after an explosion. They scream alluh akbar repeatedly until someone tells them to shut the fuck up.

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  • Id say that's War Crimes Against Humanity.

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  • No beards, almost all uncovered women partying together with men. What muslims? Those are civilists

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    • @criminalkid
      Alot of women don't cover in the middle-east and "party" together. Don't believe everything you hear. outside of Saudi Arabia and the mountains of afghanistan, women have similar rights to those in western countries.

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  • damn this shit is too real for me. Poor people espacially the singing kid :/

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  • Who organises a rally with kids in the frontline of a warzone.
    Come out and fight FSA cowards.

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    • @'lil toerag

      It's not a frontline though is it you fucking moron?

      Clearly it's in a part of the city where there is apparent safety, lots of people have gathered and they're protesting against the regime. Shortly afterwards the streets are relatively normal with people going about their business - and then a shell lands in the centre of the street.

      This is clearly a targetted attack at people, civilians, who support the uprising and do not support the regime.

      These kind of indiscrim More..

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    • @bobbymanc
      It's Aleppo. Within range of mortar fire.
      It's frontline. The guy who fired the mortar could physically not see into that street with the high buildings. Probably just heard the chants and Allah Akbars, and thought it was a FSA gathering. And less of the corner boy trash-talk, grow up and learn to debate.

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    • @'lil toerag

      It's only within range of mortar fire because the SAA have troops surrounding the city are actively targetting it, a place where a demonstration is being held, you complete balloon.

      It is not the frontline.

      Frontline is just that, a place where fire is exchanged between two forces, this is a relatively normal looking part of the city where civilians are going about their daily business in the streets.

      Enough of the bullshit.

      There's no debate, you're trying to defend More..

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    • @bobbymanc The country is at war...

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  • This is why the whole war has started. Unarmed civilians whose slogan was "We want freedom" got killed by that dictator. They decided to fight back and created an army called the Free Syrian Army "FSA".

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    • @xcaves The million $$ question is, are you right in what you said right there? I cannot figure it out. I have heard what you are saying, but why did Bashar crack down on the civilians? He must have had a rationale. I am not claiming it was a good one, I am saying I don't know what it was. What I heard Bashar say was the civilians were demanding more than was possible, because they were pushing for genocide of the Alawites, or something like that. I am not really clear about Syria.

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    • @CatEatDog Bashar is nothing compared to his father "Hafez" who made him a president. His father became a presdent by force and intimidation. Hafez's party "Ba'ath Party" started to control Syria in the 60's. That happened after conspiracies and murders. During his father's ministry "defence ministry", Syria lost the Golan Heights to Israel. His father started to grow as a dictator more and more. Anyone says NO, prison or death is the destiny. People started to hate More..

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    • @xcaves That is the best explanation of that point of view I have seen. Thank you very much for taking time to explain all that.

      Would you say that Bashar could have made a graceful exit, with a modest bankroll, fostered some sort of compromise with the demonstrations, instead of hammering them, and Syria could have done a peaceful transition of government? The Alawites would not have been abused? Would there have been a destruction of the existing government system and economy? I am just More..

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    • @CatEatDog Syrians offered to Bashar, if he worries about his safety, to choose any country he wants to go. Arab leaders offered the same. People wanted him "out" of being their president. They wanted peace as well. Change was inevitable. If he did as "Hosni Mubarak" who decided to step aside, Syria would be like Egypt by now... peaceful. One "fake" president goes away, another "genuine" president takes his place. Alawites issue was not on the table cause More..

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    • @xcaves This is another awesome post from you, thank you!

      If it is ok, I have another question for you. Why do so many Americans think Islam is a problem?

      For example, my brother wants to write a book called, "Islam is a Religion of Peace, and If You Don't Believe Us, We Will Kill You."

      A lot of Americans think that title is an accurate picture of how Islam is. Why is that?

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  • Fighters against fighters i understand, however this attack was below the belt and inhumane. Another War crime documented against that chicken neck bashar.

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  • Targeting civilian demonstrations = war crime.

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    • @Small_axe What about carpet bombing Hamburg in WW2.
      Vaporizing thousands upon thousands of women and children and kittens.
      War crime?

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    • @Small_axe

      Isn't that how this war started in the first place? Some scumbag dictator refusing to leave office in stead killed the protestors?

      Idiots on this site support SAA but don't support massacring civilians?

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    • @FlREF0X There was still a strategic target (arms production) at the heart of those operations. As was there with the firebombing of Japan. It was also a different time, before precision bombing.

      This is simply punishing the civilian, political opposition for having the gall to demonstrate openly against the Assad regime.

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    • @DarthVantos
      The Muslim Brotherhood and other groups have been waging terror since 1976 in Syria. They massacred hundreds in terror attack for the last 30 years. Only fools think this began with peaceful rallies.
      It only escalated now because U.S changed it's foreign policy.

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  • this kid will haunt me for a long time I'm afraid. If war was a business exclusively between gentlemen wearing camo, it would feel somehow more acceptable. it's the women and children that spook me the most.

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  • i hate seeing kids get hurt

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  • damn that was some good aiming.

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  • My god that was the most direct hit in a the most crowded area I have ever seen

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  • the song wasnt that bad

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  • They guy behind the girl with the camera would have a nice action shot as he pressed the shutter on impact/detonation

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