Israel have again attacked an installation in Syria, it's unclear what exactly it was but it's rumoured two Syrian soldiers perished. The attack was carried out from Lebanese air space, which Israel continually and illegally fly over. There seems to have been agreement made with with Russian authorities that Israel must not enter Syrian airspace. … Continue reading Provocation continues-Restraint prevails.
Deir Ezzor siege ends.
If you relied on the mainstream media, you wouldn't know it. A small group of Syrian forces have met up up with besieged soldiers in Deir Ezzor, a major Syrian city that has been held captive by terrorists for over three years. It is only a small step but a significant one to bring any … Continue reading Deir Ezzor siege ends.
Bye, bye BBC……
My TV licence fee is due soon but after listening to Eddie Mair on PM last night when I was commuting to work, I've decided enough is enough. I will not pay money to be inundated with propaganda. I wouldn't say there are specific rules to control how the news is provided to us but … Continue reading Bye, bye BBC……
Genuine humanitarian aid.
Russian lives have already been lost in Syria, how many, we don't know. What we do know is that the Syrian people (generally) are extremely grateful for the Russian support. It has been vital to the survival of areas such as Deir Ezzor, both on the military and humanitarian level. There is no safe way … Continue reading Genuine humanitarian aid.
Deir Ezzor – A US crime.
Over 250,000 civilians in Deir Ezzor are in imminent danger from a terrorist assault, and it is the US that have created the conditions for this potential massacre. It was a US attack that killed almost one hundred Syrian troops has subsequently allowed Daesh to threaten the people of Deir Ezzor. The Syrian Arab Army … Continue reading Deir Ezzor – A US crime.
Ban Ki-moon is claiming the Syrian government are carrying out atrocities on civilians exiting rebel controlled areas of Aleppo. Has he not seen soldiers carrying old people that are unable to walk out of the rubble? Has he not seen the smiling faces of women and SAA soldiers handing sweets out to children? I don't … Continue reading Ban Ki-moon.
Isn’t it amazing …….
... That the terrorists, despite being under constant attack and previously only using very basic drones like this: ....Could advance in such a short time to these: This is what the Syrian Arab Army shot out of the sky near Deir Ezzor. I don't think ISIS got these free with a packet of Kellogs Cornflakes.
FAO Andrew Mitchell MP.
Mr Mitchell, I am using my blog to address you because I am not in your constituency and, as you know, it is almost impossible to contact an MP unless you actually live in that MP's constituency. I cannot allow your grotesque lies to go unanswered. If the 'plebgate scandal' jury was as misinformed as your … Continue reading FAO Andrew Mitchell MP.
America – The harsh reality.
The often used 'Greatest nation in the world' phrase is correct for all the wrong reasons, if US behaviour in Syria is anything to go by. The pretence of fighting terrorism is shattered. The USAAF has been used as air support for Daesh resulting in the deaths of many Syrian patriots who were just trying … Continue reading America – The harsh reality.
Why the sudden interest in victims of war?
The BBC despair over another dust covered child being rescued from a collapsed building due to a missile attack. It's long overdue but where were the cries for alleviating the effects of war on Lebanese and Gaza children when the Israelis were making Aleppo look like a garden party? They didn't seem so perplexed when … Continue reading Why the sudden interest in victims of war?