01/12/2012

American war propaganda - Syrian News still censored

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Syrian News: Google Censorship

The website of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA is regularly blocked by Washington that doesn't stop its war propaganda.

Some days ago SANA was inaccessible again: 'Page Web inaccessible - Unable to load web page on Google Chrome, because www.sana.sy did not respond in time. It is possible that the site is blocked or you have problems with your Internet connection - Error 118 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT)'

On Wikipediathe links are dead: Syrian Arab News Agency,[dead link] Official Website - (Arabic)[dead link] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syrian_Arab_News_Agency#Managers_of_SANA)

Google Research doesn't show actually SANA's website under the searching words 'latest news Syria'. The censure comes just after France and Britain recognized the so called 'Syrian opposition', which they are providing with money and weapons.

Google Research also reduced drastically the search results for 'Latest News Syria SANA'.

The Internet search engines are in the hands of the U.S. government which doesn't want a political solution for Syria and doesn't stop its financial and military aid to terrorist groups in Turkey and Syria. 

The following links to get the website of SANA and find what the western press conceals, are also blocked now:

sana.sy main IP address: http://208.43.232.81/
sana.sy Turkish website: http://208.43.232.81/index_tur.html

'Page Web inaccessible - Error 118 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT)'

After France and Britain no longer recognized the Syrian government, the western press gave special attention to the destructive terrorist bomb attacks in Syria. Then, on 29 November 2012, the internet has been cut off and mobile phones have been disrupted in Syria.

During the uprising in Egypt, four major internet service providers were cut off in the country during mass protests against the then-President Hosni Mubarak. Egyptians quickly found ways around the blocks, and Google introduced a "speak-to-tweet" service which allowed people to connect to Twitter via the telephone.

In Libya, internet blackouts were common in areas that were at the time still controlled by Colonel Gaddafi. The exact method being used to cut off the internet in Syria is unknown, one security expert said, but there are clues.

"It looks like they are using the same approach as Libya did," explained Rik Ferguson, vice president of security research at Trend Micro. "Requests for Syrian addresses are simply timing out - so it's likely to be 'blackholing' or even breaking connections physically by cutting cables or switching things off." Blackholing is a tactic which involves sending internet traffic into a dead end - rather than its intended destination.

It is clear that all these problems are part of a covert operation of the C.I.A. and the American army.

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