31/07/2013

Latest News Syria: Aleppo

 

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Army units restore security and stability to Tallet Maragha in Aleppo countryside 

July 31, 2013

An official source told SANA that units of armed forces restored security and stability to Tallet Maragha village in Aleppo countryside, after destroying the last terrorists dens and gatherings.

B. Mousa / M. Ismael

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30/07/2013

Latest News Syria: Iran ink banking arrangements agreement

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July 30, 2013

A banking arrangements agreement for implementing a $ 3.6 billion oil credit line was inked in Tehran between Iran's Central Bank and the Central Bank of Syria.

The agreement included the Syrian side to pay the value of oil, which is supplied from Iran, through Iranian investments in Syria in various fields.

Earlier, Minister of Oil Suleiman Abbas and his Iranian counterpart Rostam Ghasemi discussed following up the implementation of the inked agreements in the fields of gas, oil and petroleum products and supplying it to Syria and carrying out the related credit line.

Both sides also reviewed means of working together to overcome the economic sanctions and the fierce war which the Syrian people are exposed to.

Governor of the Central Bank of Syria, Adib Mayaleh and Governor of Iran's Central Bank Mahmoud Bahmani signed the agreement.

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Latest News Syria: Infiltration attempt from Lebanon

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Infiltration attempt from Lebanon thwarted, terrorists killed in many areas

July 30, 2013

Units of the armed forces on Tuesday killed and wounded members of armed terrorist groups in Aleppo and its countryside and confronted attempts by terrorists to infiltrate into safe areas.

SANA reporter quoted an official source as saying that an army unit targeted vehicles carrying weapons and ammunition for terrorists on Atareb-Daret Ezzeh- Orum al-Sughra in the southwestern countryside of Aleppo.

The source noted that the weapons were bound to provide back-up to the terrorists in Khan al-Assal area.

Another army unit, the source added, destroyed several gatherings for terrorists in Atareb and the journalists residential compound.

SANA reporter said numbers of terrorists who had been committing acts of looting and blocking roads were killed on the roads of al-Raqqa and al-Bab-Aleppo and in Ein Daqna, Tall Raf'at, Deir Hafer and Mar'anaz. The terrorists' weapons and equipment were destroyed.

Units of the armed forces eliminated terrorists' gatherings in the western countryside of Aleppo, while another army unit clashed with terrorists who infiltrated into Dahret Abdrabbah in al-Lairamoun neighborhood and killed others in al-Ma'amel area.

Meanwhile, an army unit repelled terrorists' attack on Aleppo Central Prison, while other units destroyed terrorists' gatherings in Hilan, al-Jbeili farms, Talet al-Madafeh and al-Khoulandi gas station.

A number of terrorists' dens in al-Alqamiyeh and Minnegh villages were destroyed.

Terrorists infiltrating into safe areas in Aleppo repelled

Units of the armed forces thwarted attempts by terrorists to infiltrate into safe areas in the neighborhoods of al-Rashdin, Salh-Eddin, al-Amiriyeh and Bustan al-Qasr in the city, killing and injuring scores of the terrorists.

Many terrorists killed in operationsin Damascus Countryside

In the meantime, the army units carried out a series of operations against the terrorists' gatherings in the Eastern Ghouta and a number of towns in Damascus Countryside.

An official source told SANA reporter that units of the armed forces clashed with terrorist groups in several areas in Harasta city, killing and injuring many terrorists, among them mohammd Nour Khashaneh was identified.

An army unit also destroyed a terrorists' gathering to the east of Masraba town in Harasta, killing a number of terrorists including Mohannad al-Saour.

Several terrorists were killed with their weapons and equipment destroyed in Erbin town, according to the source.

The source added that army units hunted down terrorist groups in Adra al-Balad town and killed many of their members. Jaber al-Sheikh was identified among the dead.

A chain of operations were carried out in the farms surrounding the towns of Deir Salman, al-Mansoura and Sakka in which many terrorists were killed and others were injured, including Mahdi al-Qajma'i.

Army units clashed with terrorist groups in al-Ghezlaniyeh area. The clashes resulted in destroying heavy machineguns and various types of weapons after killing a number of terrorists.

In the southern countryside of Damascus, army units continued pursuing terrorist groups and targeting their gatherings in the areas of al-Sayyeda Zainab, al-Ziyabiyeh and Hijjeira.

Mohammad Hamada and Bashir al-Dgheim were identified among the killed terrorists in al-Sayyeda Zainab, while the Jordanian terrorist Ahmad Khairat was identified among those killed in al-Ziyabiyeh.

Clashes in Hijjeir, however, resulted in killing a number of terrorist groups' members, including Hani Mitleq.

Infiltration attempt from Lebanon thwarted

An army unit foiled a terrorist group's infiltration attempt from Arsal in Lebanon into the Syrian territories through Khirbet Hamam site in the southern countryside of al-Qseir in Homs.

A military source told SANA that our armed forces killed 6 terrorists, wounded others and arrested terrorists Mohammed Bassam Al-Abedel Qader Barkkawi and Bassam Hamdi Taj ed-Din, nicknamed Gulam.

Terrorists' dens targeted in Homs

Several dens and gatherings for terrorists were destroyed in the neighborhoods of al-Qarabis, al-Warsheh, Bab Hood, al-Abraj, Jouret al-Shayah, al-Waer, Wadi al-Sayeh and al-Hamidiyeh in the city of Homs.

An army unit repelled armed terrorist groups that tried to infiltrate from al-Dar al-Kabira and al-Ghasbiyeh areas towards the villages of al-Dweir and al-Muhajjarin in northern Homs, leaving many of their members dead and injured.

In another context, an official source in the province said an army unit destroyed a number of terrorists' gatherings in Talbiseh, al-Rastan, al-Ghanto and al-Dar al-Kabira, killing many terrorists.

Among the terrorists killed in Talbiseh were Adnan Shahoud, leader of a terrorist group, Mohammad al-Mahmoud and Mahmoud al-Deikh.

13 roadside bombs dismantled on Palmyra-Homs highway

In another context, engineering units foiled an attempt by an armed terrorist group to detonate 13 roadside bombs in Hannoura area in the city of Palmyra.

SANA reporter quoted an official source as saying all the roadside bombs, which had been planted on Palmyra-Homs highway, were dismantled, noting that the bombs weighed 35-50 kg and were to be detonated via cell phones.

Terrorists targeted in several villages in Idleb

Army units, in a series of operations carried out yesterday, inflicted heavy losses upon terrorists in Idleb countryside.

A military source told SANA that several headquarters for Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists and a factory for manufacturing rockets were destroyed as a number of terrorists killed in Ma'arrat al-Nu'man in Idleb countryside.

The source added that an army unit eliminated gunmen in Kafrshillaya and foiled terrorists' attempt to detonate 62 explosive devices planted on the roads of the town.

In the same context an army unit destroyed weapons including 14.5 mm machine guns in Mara'ian town while another unit killed a number of terrorists in Blashtoon and al-Maghara and destroyed their criminal equipment and weapons.

Terrorists linked to Jabhat al-Nusra were eliminated in Kansafrah town and weapons used by gunmen in their attacks on the people in the region were destroyed.

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29/07/2013

La Belgique ne respecte pas les Etats souverains: Congo, Libye, Syrie

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En pleine guerre froide, l’ombre de la CIA a plané sur l’opération

20 juin 2013

Le service de renseignement britannique MI6 a joué un rôle dans l’assassinat du premier Premier ministre du Congo indépendant, Patrice Emery Lumumba, en janvier 1961, a révélé un Lord, David Edward Lea, dans un courrier des lecteurs de la ‘London Review of Books’ (LRB) resté presque inaperçu, selon un journal indien ‘The Hindu’.

Selon Lord Lea, l’ancienne diplomate-espionne a expliqué que si l’Occident n’intervenait pas, Lumumba aurait remis les riches ressources minérales du Congo (devenu la République démocratique du Congo) “aux Russes” (l’Union soviétique en fait).

Il y avait bien un conflit armé au Congo en 1960, les Belges y étaient impliqués, ce qui constitue une ingérence dans un Etat souverain. 

L'Oeil d'Afrique du Décembre 13, 2012 écrivait que des fils de feu Patrice Lumumba ont porté plainte au parquet fédéral en Belgique avec constitution de partie civile, contre une douzaine de survivants, des policiers, des politiciens et des fonctionnaires. Parmi ceux-ci, seulement huit vivent encore. L’un d’eux serait Jacques Brassinne, diplomate belge au Katanga en 1961. Les autres noms qui apparaissent sont ceux d’Etienne Davignon, alors jeune diplomate, et Charles Huyghé, à l’époque chef de cabinet du ministre de la Défense katangais.

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1) L'arrestation de Premier Patrice Lumumba 

2) Etienne Davignon 

3) Etienne Davignon et Prince Philippe de  Belgique 

4) Etienne Davignon, Jacques Delors ('Notre Europe') et  Guy Verhofstadt (Verhofstadt est le  Président de l'Alliance des  Démocrates et des Libéraux au Parlement européen qui a plaidé pour une intervention de l'OTAN en Libye et la Syrie. Verhofstadt a remplacé Etienne Davignon dans la holding belge Sofina (du pétrole et du gaz, des plates-formes pétrolières)

5) Verhofstadt avec le dirigeant libyen Kadhafi qui a été éliminé par l'Occident. Verhofstadt a plaidé de façon théâtrale au Parlement européen pour l'intervention de l'OTAN en Libye et en Syrie.

6) Le Chef de la soi-disant «Armée syrienne libre» Gen Salim Idris s'adressent aux médias après avoir discuté de la situation en Syrie avec Guy Verhofstadt, à droite, au Parlement européen à Bruxelles, le 6 Mars 2013. Verhofstadt exigeait pour 'la fourniture d'armes lourdes à Idris' (un certain nombre de rapports indiquent que ces armes étaient déjà livrés)

24/07/2013

Latest News Syria: Daraa countryside

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Army units restore security and stability to  towns in Daraa countryside

 

Jul 24, 2013

Units of the armed forces restored security and stability to Kharba, Snain, al-Abdali and Ein Zakar towns in Daraa countryside, after destroying the last terrorists' dens and gatherings in the towns.

An official source told SANA that the army units restored security and stability to Kharba, Snain, al-Abdali and Ein Zakar towns in Daraa countryside, after destroying the last terrorists dens and dismantling scores of explosive devices planted by terrorists in the towns' streets, in addition to seizing a 82mm caliber mortar, which was used by terrorists in their acts of terrorism.

B. Mousa / M. Ismael

http://sana.sy/eng/21/2013/07/24/493998.htm

World War III: American War Options

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Top U.S. Military Commander Presents Syrian War Options

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July 22, 2013

In letter to Congress, Dempsey outlines Syria options
By Chris Carroll

WASHINGTON: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey has laid out in a letter to Congress the range of options he said the U.S. military is prepared to carry out in Syria if given the go-ahead by civilian leaders.

In his confirmation hearing before the Senate Armed Services committee last Thursday, Dempsey, who was nominated to his second term as the nation’s top military leader, declined to testify on the options and advice he had given to President Barack Obama on Syria.

That led a frustrated Sen. John McCain, ranking Republican member on the committee and an advocate of greater U.S. support of the Syrian opposition, to threaten a hold on Dempsey’s nomination. McCain and committee chairman Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., last week sent Dempsey a letter again asking for his views on Syria, as well as a range of other topics, including prospects for U.S. success in Afghanistan.

Dempsey outlined five options for U.S. military action in the Syrian conflict:

* The least involved – a train, advise and assist mission – would require no U.S. troops to be directly involved with fighting as they delivered supplies and training to opposition fighters, Dempsey said.

* A second option, limited stand-off strikes, would target “high-value regime air defense, air, ground, missile, and naval forces as well as the supporting military facilities and command nodes,” with strikes launched from beyond Syrian borders. “Depending on duration, the costs would be in the billions,” Dempsey wrote.

* A third option, establishing a no-fly zone, would go further, taking out Syrian air-defenses to control the skies throughout the country. Because U.S. aircraft would be required to fly over Syrian airspace, the risk to U.S. troops would be higher, Dempsey said.

* The U.S. military could also establish buffer zones to protect Turkey’s or Jordan’s borders, or to protect Syrian civilians, Dempsey wrote. Doing would require partial no-fly zones and carry many of the same risks and costs.

* The fifth and most complex option Dempsey outlined, controlling chemical weapons, would require a no-fly zone, air and missile strikes, and thousands of troops on the ground.

Dempsey’s response, released on Monday, focused on Syria, stressing that the decision on military action is not his to make.

“The decision over whether to introduce military force is a political one that our Nation entrusts to its civilian leaders,” he wrote. “I also understand that you deserve my best military advice on how military force could be used in order to decide whether it should be used. “

And, Dempsey warned, the U.S. should be prepared to deal with the aftermath of any military action.

“Once we take action, we should be prepared for what comes next,” he said. “Deeper involvement is hard to avoid.”

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20/07/2013

Syria: Many terrorists killed in clashes and operations

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July 20, 2013

Army units killed leaders of terrorist groups in eastern Ghouta and Damascus southern countryside, destroying heavy machineguns and various weapons and ammunition.

An official source told SANA that numbers of terrorists were killed and others injured in a series of operations against their hideouts in al-Qaboun and Jobar neighborhoods, among them a leader of a terrorist group, in addition to destroying ordnance, weapons and ammunition in Jobar and Haramlah.

The source added that an army unit clashed with a terrorist group south of Shammout automobile company and near the schools in al-Baidar neighborhood in Harasta, killing most of its members, as another unit destroyed a den for an armed terrorist group in al-Eb farms in Douma and killed all the terrorists inside, among them the group's leader.

Most of two terrorist groups' members were eliminated in Deir Salman town in eastern Ghouta, including their leaders, as another army unit destroyed a den for terrorists with the heavy machineguns inside and killed all inside it in al-Sayyida Zeinab area.

In Damascus southern countryside, army units carried out a series of qualitative operations in al-Hajar al-Aswad, Babbila and Hijjera that led to the destruction of terrorists' concentrations and dens with the weapons and ammunition inside, also eliminating a terrorist group called 'Ababil Horan Battalion.'

Locals in al-Misherfeh town in al-Nabek repelled Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists who tried to enter the town, killing and injuring a number of them.

Army units destroy Jabhat al-Nusra weapons in Aleppo city and countryside

Army units killed and injured Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists and thwarted attempts by them to infiltrate into safe areas in Aleppo city, also destroying heavy weapons and ammunition in several areas in rural Aleppo.

An official source told SANA that terrorists were killed on the roads linking Hreitan, al-Castillo and Andan, adding that weapons and ammunition loaded in 4 cars were destroyed.

An army unit destroyed weapons and ammunition for Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists near al-Zira's building and in the area surrounding Aleppo central prison and near the entrance of the industrial city in Sheikh Najjar, killing many, the source pointed out.

The source indicated that terrorists' concentrations were destroyed in Mayer and Minnegh villages in addition to destroying heavy and medium machineguns, as an army unit killed terrorists who were driving cars loaded with weapons and ammunition south of Khan al-Assal in Aleppo southwestern countryside.

In Aleppo old city, army units clashed with armed terrorist groups that tried to infiltrate into the safe areas in the city, killing and injuring many of their members, as other units foiled attempts by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists to infiltrate into al-Rashidin, al-Sheikh Maksoud and al-Khalidieh neighborhoods, destroying their weapons and ammunition.

Terroristskilled in army operations in Hasaka

Units of the armed forces Saturday carried out a series of qualitative operations against the armed terrorist groups in Hasaka province, inflicting heavy losses upon them.

An official source told SANA reporter that the operations resulted in killing and injuring a number of terrorists and destroying their weapons in the areas of al-Siha, Twineh, al-Khamael, Qana and al-Karmeh and al-Saad al-Janoubi area in Hasaka countryside.

Another unit of the armed forces destroyed terrorists' gatherings and big amounts of their weapons in Deir Ezzor and its countryside.

The source said that 8 terrorists were killed others injured near al-Siyaseh Bridge in Deir Ezzor and their weapons and ammunition were destroyed.

Clashes with terrorists smuggling stolen crude oil to Turkey in Deir Ezzor

The source added that a unit of the armed forces clashed with a number of terrorists who were trying to smuggle 15 tanks full of stolen crude oil to Turkey, destroying their heavy machineguns in al-Ssa'wa village in Deir Ezzor countryside.

Army kills terrorists in Lattakia countryside, among them non-Syrians

Meanwhile, Units of the army destroyed two warehouses of munitions and weapons of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in Lattakia northern countryside, killing many terrorists, some of them of Jordanian, Libyan and Somali nationalities.

A military source told SANA that the army destroyed missiles and heavy machineguns inside the dens of the terrorists in al-Qasatel, Saqyiat al-Qart, killing a number of terrorists, among them the two Jordanians Dureid al-Ashtar, Abdul-Razak Dasto, Libyan Saleh al-Mihiliq, Ahmad Hatem, ali Hashem and Yaseen Andron.

The source added that another army unit destroyed two warehouses of weapons for Jabhat al-Nusra in Mazyan, Beit Awan and al-Sukariya. It said that among the terrorists killed were Somalis.

Terrorists targeted in their dens in Homs

Units of the armed forces repelled a group of terrorists who tried to attack a military point inside the city of Palmyra in Homs countryside, killing and injuring all of the terrorists, an official source told SANA reporter.

The source added that an army unit clashed with an armed terrorist group in al-Waer neighborhood, inflicting heavy losses upon its members.

Another army unit, the source said, destroyed dens for terrorists in the neighborhoods of Jouret al-Shayah and Bab Hood, along with the weapons and ammunition inside them.

Gatherings and dens for terrorists were destroyed in the villages and towns of Taldo, al-Hosn, Talbiseh and al-Rastan. The weapons and ammunition the terrorists had with them were destroyed.

Terrorist groups' leaders killed, workshop for making bombs destroyed in Idleb

The army units destroyed a workshop for making explosive devices and a number of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists' dens in several villages, towns and cities in Idleb countryside.

SANA reporter quoted a military source as saying that numbers of terrorists were killed and injured and their weapons were destroyed in the towns and villages of al-Bareh, Shanan, Frikeh, Kfarroum, Maaret al-Numan and Nahleh.

The source added that a unit of the armed forces destroyed a workshop for making explosive devices in the city of Saraqeb, killing and injuring all of the terrorists inside the workshop.

Another army unit eliminated terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra who were inside a den in Saraqeb.

The source told SANA reporter that two dens for leaders of armed terrorist groups affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra were destroyed in the city of Binnesh. Ten terrorists were killed in the operation.

In another context, units of the armed forces foiled attempts by terrorists to detonate 11 explosive devices, weighing 10-50 kg, and 5 anti-tank mineson al-Rami-Kfarshalaya road in Ariha city.

Large numbers of terrorists killed in Daraa

In Daraa, units of the armed forces carried out a number of operations targeting terrorist groups affiliated to jabhat al-Nusra in different towns and neighborhood in the city.

According to a military source, several dens and gatherings for terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra were destroyed in the city of Nawa.

Many terrorists were killed I the operations, including Walid Fawzi al-Subhi, leader of an armed terrorist group. Terrorists Mohammad Raed al-Bqeirat, Anwar Qassem al-Deiri, Mohammad Issa al-Ta'ani, Raed al-Jahamani, Hamzeh Issa Abo Orra, Ammar al-Sweidani and Mohammd Meri al-Shablaq were identified among the dead.

The source told SANA reporter that army units eliminated terrorists in several operations carried out in the towns of Mahajjeh, al-Mleiheh al-Gharbiyeh and Said. The terrorists' weapons and ammunition were destroyed.

Terrorist Mohammad al-Ghouthani was identified among the dead.

The army seizes control over building blocks near Daraa National Hospital

In the meantime, a unit of the armed forces seized control over a number of building blocks in the surrounding of the National Hospital in the city of Daraa after it killed the terrorists who had been stationed at the buildings.

Other army units clashed with terrorists in al-Hamadin neighborhood in the city, killing many of them including Khalid Kasouheh and Ahmad al-Rifae'.

Jabhat al-Nusra den destroyed in Hama countryside

An army unit destroyed a den for Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists who were using it as a training center northeast ofal- Habit town in Hama countryside.

An official source told SANA that all the terrorists inside the den were killed, some of them non-Syrians, in addition to destroying weapons and ammunition for them.

The source added that an army unit foiled terrorists' attempt to detonate a 75-kg explosive device near Janan town on al-Salamiyeh-Hama road.

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16/07/2013

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13/07/2013

Latest News Syria: special operations against terrorists

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Army confronts terrorists, ambushes others infiltrating from Jordan

13.7.2013

Army units carried out a series of special operations against terrorists' gatherings and dens in eastern Ghouta and the southern and southwestern countryside of Damascus, killing and injuring many terrorists and destroying their weapons.

An official source told SANA that army units gained control over several building blocks near the educational satellite TV channel headquarter in Barzeh, having eliminated the terrorists inside them. Sayyah al-Habboul was identified among the dead terrorists.

The engineering units neutralized 4 explosive devices in the area ranging in weight between 15-25 kg rigged for remote detonation, as several terrorists were killed and wounded in al-Qaboun neighborhood, among them the terrorist Ali al-Sayyed.

The source added that clashes erupted to the east of the sports hall in Jobar, resulting in the deaths of several terrorists, among them Ammar Jom'aa and Mohammad al-Kaswani.

Army units also continued mopping-up operations in the buildings along Damascus-Homs road to the east of al-Eiman Mosque and the water establishment in Harasta.

A terrorists' concentration was also destroyed in Alia farms in Douma area, killing and injuring several terrorists, among them Yehia Zaitoun and Khaled Halawa, as other terrorists were killed in al-Rihan and Erbin towns.

In Deir Salman town and the surrounding area in eastern Ghouta, clashes continue between army units and terrorists. Several terrorists were killed, among them Iyad Shahin and Mohammad Hneidi.

In Damascus southern countryside, the source said that a mortar shell and heavy machinegun were destroyed in a string of special operations in Hijjera town, killing a number of terrorists, among them Samer al-Najem and Iyad Turkmani.

Another unit killed a number of terrorists after destroying their vehicles in al-Alali area in Darayya city. A terrorist nicknamed Abu Amin was identified among the dead.

Army units also targeted terrorists' gatherings in Khan El-Sheih and its farms and Beit Jinn in Damascus southwestern countryside.

A unit of the armed forces ambushed an armed terrorist group south of al-Dmair city in Damascus Countryside infiltrated from the Jordanian border.

A military source told SANA that the army killed 3 terrorists and seized the terrorists' weapons and tools.

The source added that the weapons seized included B10 mortar, RPG launchers, 10 automatic rifles, a sniper rifle and big amounts of various ammunition, masks and sophisticated telecommunication devices, in addition to seizing their car.

Armed forces units clashed with a terrorist group which had been committing robberies near Parliament roundabout in Jobar area, eliminating the group's leader Omar Yousef Makki along with several group members including Ammar Ahmad Juma'a, Mohammad Ali Salah, Muwaffaq Rateb al-Dimas, Mohammad Abdelwahab Omaira, and Khaled Mohammad Asali.

Army units repel terrorist attack against Aleppo prison

Army units repelled several attempts by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists to attack Aleppo central prison, killing 9 terrorists who were trying to cross the prison's wall from the northern side.

Numbers of terrorist groups' members were also killed in the area surrounding the prison, al-Zira'a building, MTN tower, al-Madafa hill, the glass factory and to the east of al-Blacka restaurant, destroying vehicles and 57-mm machinegun.

A military source told SANA that army units destroyed weapons and ammunition arriving from Turkey in Daret Azzeh city in Aleppo northwestern countryside, also targeting a huge concentration for terrorists who stationed at Tal Rif'at police station.

In Aleppo southwestern countryside, the source added that the army units killed several terrorists during clashes near Indomie factory and in the farms surrounding Khan El-Assal, also killing 10 terrorists near al-Asfari building in the area.

Clashes continue in al-Rashidin neighborhood in Aleppo city as the army units killed terrorists who tried to infiltrate into the safe areas in Aleppo city, also targeting a gathering for them near Africano restaurant, killing and injuring many.

An army unit eliminated a terrorist group affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra in near Salaheddin Mosque in Salaheddin area, also killing and injuring terrorists during an operation against their den near Zaki Jom'aa Mosque in al-Sukkari neighborhood. 

Army eliminates terrorists in Homs

Army units inflicted heavy losses upon terrorists in a series of special operations against their gatherings and dens in Homs city and countryside, destroying equipment and weapons for them.

A military source told SANA that terrorists were killed and others injured in the farms surrounding al-Marwaha village, al-Abbasieh and the farm of the Kuwaiti sheikh Salman in Homs countryside.

The source pointed out that another unit discovered a den for terrorists that they used for manufacturing explosives, as another unit killed terrorists in al-Rastan, Talbiseh, Harbanafseh, Eyoun Hsein and Kissin.

In al-Abbasieh, a number of cars and motorcycles for terrorists were discovered in al-Abbasieh resort, according to the source.

Army units carried out accurate operations against terrorists' dens and gatherings in Jorat al-Shayyah, al-Khaledieh, Bab Hood, Wadi al-Sayeh and Bab Sba'a, killing numbers of terrorists and destroying weapons and equipment for them.

Units of the armed forces continued pursuing the armed terrorist groups in the villages of al-Zara and al-Hosn in Homs, killing and injuring a big number of terrorists and destroying their criminal tools.

A military source told SANA that units of the armed forces targeted terrorists' gatherings in al-Kousur, al-Masabegh and Bab Hud, Bait Swais, al-Mshjjar al-Janoubi towards Talbeiseh ,al-Karabis, al-Hamidiyyeh, al-Warsheh, al-Ghanto, al-Rastan, Eyoun Hussein, Bait Hajjo and al-Ameriyeh, killing and injuring a big number of terrorists.

Another unit of the armed forces confronted an armed terrorist group's attack against a military checkpoint in Homs countryside, killing and injuring a number of its members.

An army unit targeted a terrorists' concentration in Talbiseh in Homs countryside, killing and injuring a number of terrorists.

SANA quoted a source in the province as saying that Azo Mustapha Sweis and Mohammad Ali al-Hussein were identified among the dead terrorists.

The source added that another unit killed and wounded members of an armed terrorist group in al-Rastan city, among them the Saudi Abdullah al-Qasimi, Mohammad al-Takas, Marwan Mansour and Samer Ayyoub.

Another unit killed leader of a terrorist group, nicknamed Abu Islam, along with most of his group's members in the orchards surrounding al-Zara town in Talkalakh countryside, among them Abdul-Razzak al-Amiri.

Another unit destroyed a den with the terrorists and weapons inside it in Bab Hood neighborhood in Homs city, the source said.

Army Targets Terrorists' gatherings in Daraa

Meanwhile, army units targeted armed terrorist groups' gatherings in the area surrounding the National Hospital, Abdel-Aziz Aba Zaid mosque, al-Hammadin neighborhood, al-Sad Road and al-Bahar neighborhood and west of Bilal al-Habashi mosque in Daraa, killing and injuring a number of terrorists.

A military source told SANA that terrorists Abdel-Aziz Mansour abu Tayyep, the leader of the so-called al-Tawhid brigade battalion, nour Ali al-Omari, Maher Mohammad Qutaifan and Ibrahim Isam al-Falouji, were identified among the dead.

Units of the armed forces targeted terrorists' gatherings in Da'el, Nahj, Sahem al-Golan, Tafas, al-Naseriyeh, Tsil, Hit, Nafaa and al-Shajara in Daraa countryside, killing a number of terrorists and destroying their weapons, among them heavy machineguns.

A unit of the armed forces dismantled 25 explosive devices on Nimr-Jassem hospital road.

Army units target terrorists in Idleb countryside

An army unit targeted a terrorists' concentration near the industrial area northeast of Binnesh city in Idleb countryside.

A military source told SANA that the operation left 7 terrorists dead, among them Khaled Abdul-Hamid Smesem, and 8 others were injured.

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http://sana.sy/eng/337/2013/07/13/492062.htm

08/07/2013

U.S. National Security Agency - German intelligence service

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Snowden reveals NSA partnership with German intelligence service: report

BERLIN, July 8, 2013 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) worked closely with the German intelligence service, whistleblower Edward Snowden told German magazine Der Spiegel in a recent interview.

He alleged that German intelligence knew more about NSA activities in the country than previously known.

Snowden said NSA was "in bed together with the Germans" as well as most other western states, adding that NSA's "foreign affairs' directorate" was responsible for partnerships with other countries.

The interview, published on Sunday, was carried out before he fled to Hong Kong in May.

Germany's foreign intelligence service (BND) confirmed a partnership with the NSA in providing "analysis tools" for the BND's monitoring of foreign data in Germany.

Snowden said government decision-makers were protected by these cooperation programs which are organized in a way so that authorities in other countries can "insulate their political leaders from the backlash" if it becomes public "how grievously they're violating global privacy."

A recent report by Der Spiegel, citing classified documents disclosed by fugitive Snowden, said Washington was monitoring phone calls and Internet data connections in Germany as well as spying on the headquarters of the European Union and its offices in Washington and the United Nations in New York.

The report sparked widespread outcry in privacy-sensitive Germany. The German government has said that Berlin felt surprised and "alienated" by media reports of cold-war-style U.S. spying on European nations. "We are no longer in the Cold War," a government spokesman said.

U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed last Wednesday to hold a high-level bilateral meeting over U.S. surveillance programs.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2013-07/08/c_132522774.htm

V-2 missiles were shipped off to the United States

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On April 11, 1945, American agents discovered the secret underground factory in Germany where thousands of V-2 missiles had been built. Because the region was in part of Germany that was to become Russian territory after the war, American forces removed what they could: hundreds of trainloads of V-2s and their parts, which were then shipped off to the United States along with Germany's chief rocket scientist, Wernher von Braun, and more than one hundred of his engineers. The V-2s were used in rocket tests in the States; meanwhile, von Braun and his colleagues set about to design a new breed of missile. Over the next few decades, their efforts, building on the design of the V-2, produced the Redstone, Jupiter, Jupiter-C, Pershing, and Saturn rockets (which launched the Apollo spacecraft and Skylab into orbit).

The V-bomb factory, two miles northwest of Nordhausen, was two miles in length, with two large tunnels approximately fifty feet in width and height, connected laterally by forty-eight smaller tunnels. From 1943 until 1945, 60,000 prisoners had toiled here in production of V-1 and V-2 bombs. Of these, 20,000 had died from various causes including starvation, fatigue and execution. The SS was in charge of the factory and the camp, with German criminals as strawbosses. Workers were executed at the slightest suggestion of sabotage. No workers had ever been allowed to leave the camp and when they became too weak to work, they were abandoned to die and their bodies burned at the crematorium within the grounds. Reports indicated that approximately one hundred bodies were cremated per day, and there were about thirty corpses piled on the ground awaiting such treatment when the American 104th "Timberwolf" Army Infantry Division arrived. These bodies showed many signs of beating, starvation and torture. There were several camps in the area (Mittelbau Dora and Nordhausen Concentration Camps) that fed prisoners into the V2 production facility as required, as well as concentration camps for politcal prisoners.

http://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php/223079-Today-In-WW-II-History-Forums/page93

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04/07/2013

Egypt's rights and sovereignty

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'Those who attack Egypt will never leave Egypt alive. We shall fight a regular war, a total war, a guerrilla war. Those who attack Egypt will soon realize they brought disaster upon themselves. He who attacks Egypt attacks tile whole Arab world. They say in their papers the -whole thing will be over in forty-eight hours. They do not know how strong we really are.'

President Gamal Abdel Nasser15 September 1956

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Official Source : Fall of Brotherhood Type reiterates incapacity of political Islam to manage the state 

July 4, 2013

An official source said that Egypt yesterday witnessed a historic shift that reflects the deep awareness and presence of our people in Egypt, their commitment to Arabism, rejection of the foreign intervention in their internal affairs and their opposition to any prejudice to Egypt's rights and sovereignty.

In a statement on Thursday, the source, added that our people in Egypt confirmed once again Egypt's leading role and depth of their belonging to Arabism and their ability to defend their interests, civilization and humanitarian history.

The source stressed that the fall of the Brotherhood type reiterated again incapacity of the political Islam forces to manage the state, protect the cultural and civilized diversity and to build an expressive type of the history of the national state.

The source added that the Syrian leadership, people, and army express deep appreciation of the national popular movement in Egypt, which has produced a great achievement, stressing that what is taking place is a radical shift that reflects a firm will to preserve democracy, diversity and the right of being different and practicing the political work and pluralism, and rejecting the Brotherhoodization of the state as a project, entity and institutions, not only in Egypt but also in the Arab and international arenas.

The source added that ''Egypt has always been an example to follow throughout its great history, as we believe that it is important that other nations would follow this transformation to foil these futile attempts which are sins against Islam, nation, history and mankind.

The source added that Syria congratulates the Egyptian army and people in all their social spectrums, political and national powers and calls the brotherly people of Egypt, who are the Syrians' brothers and partners in development, construction and destiny, to hold on to this victory and defend it, as Syria also stresses its standing by the brothers in Egypt.

R.Milhem/M. Ismael/Ghussoun 

http://sana.sy/eng/21/2013/07/04/490691.htm

Latest News Syria: terrorists killed - weapons destroyed

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Who only follows the western news is daily brainwashed with American war propaganda.
It is for this reason that it's interesting to look also for other information...

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Terrorists killed, their weapons destroyed in several areas

July 4, 2013

Army units killed a number of terrorists, among them of non-Syrian nationalities, and confiscated weapons and modern communication devices in a series of operations against terrorists' gatherings in the eastern Ghouta and Damascus northern and southern countryside.

An official source told SANA that a den for terrorists was destroyed with the weapons and ammunition inside in Hejjira town in Damascus southern countryside, with many of its members killed, including the Iraqi terrorist Ahmad Fawwaz al-Amir, Mohammad al-Homsi and Omran Youssef.

The source added that an army unit killed Abdul-Majid al-Ayyoubi, leader of a terrorist group along with a number of his group's members, among them Mohammad Arafa, east of Tameco medicine company in al-Mleiha in the eastern Ghouta, as another unit carried out a qualitative operation west of al-Shifounieh, killing Iyad al-Shalet and Mahmoud al-Barghouth, leader of the so-called ''Shabab al-Huda Battalions'' terrorist group.

The source added that terrorists were killed and others injured in Deir Salman farms in the eastern Ghouta, among them Khaled Mohsen and Mohammad al-Ahmad.

An army unit confiscated weapons and ammunition, including hand-grenades, machineguns and modern wireless communication devices in the northern countryside of al-Nabek, killing and injuring terrorists, among them Omar Turkmani and Ahmad Madkhaneh.

Storehouse for manufacturing explosives, tunnel for storing up weapons discovered in al-Qaboun

Army units discovered a storehouse for manufacturing explosive devices and a tunnel that the terrorists were using in their movement and for storing up weapons and ammunition, killing and injuring a number of terrorists.

An official source told SANA that a 250-meter-long tunnel extending from the Araghil building in al-Qaboun towards Joubar, just one day after discovering two tunnels linking between Joubar, al-Qaboun and Zamalka, and other tunnels with explosive devices inside.

The source added that an army unit discovered a warehouse for manufacturing explosive devices with scores of devices inside, in addition to hand-grenades, missiles and modern communication devices, and big amounts of raw materials used for manufacturing explosives. The source said that an army unit also killed terrorists in al-Qaboun area, among them Ramzi Shaaban and Mohammad al-Nasser.

Terrorists killed, their weapons destroyed in Aleppo city and countryside

Army units killed members of armed terrorist groups in Aleppo city and countryside, destroying three mortar cannons, heavy machineguns and ammunition.

An official source told SANA that scores of terrorists were eliminated north of Aleppo central prison, al-Kholandi fuel station, the entrance of the industrial city, the carpet factory and al-Kindi Hospital.

The source added that army units clashed with terrorist groups near al-Manasher and Harsho Hotel and south of Ibrahim al-Khalil Mosque, al-Kleirieh, al-Sabah fuel station Moller factory and the farms surrounding Khan Al-Assal, killing many of their members.

The source said that an army unit killed terrorists near al-Zarbeh and Zaido fuel station on Aleppo-Idleb road, and destroyed heavy machineguns and big amounts of ammunition.

In Aleppo western countryside, scores of terrorists were killed near the fuel station in al-Mansoura town, Barakat factory and Hamza Mosque in Maaret Artiq, in addition to destroying dens for armed terrorist groups in al-Layramoun area.

The source added that an armed terrorist group was eliminated near the clinics in al-atareb town in Aleppo southwestern countryside, as other units destroyed terrorists' gatherings near the agricultural center in Minnegh village and east of the municipality building in Mayer and near the Mosque in al-Ziyara village in Aleppo northern countryside.

In Aleppo city, violent clashes took place between army units and armed terrorist groups in al-Rashideen and al-Sheikh Khodor neighborhoods that resulted in killing scores of terrorists and destroying two mortar cannons and confiscating big amounts of weapons.

An army unit also destroyed mortar cannon near Bab Al-Hadid roundabout that the terrorists were using in their criminal attacks, the latest of which was when they targeted the vegetables Souq with a mortar shell on Wednesday causing the martyrdom of two citizens and the injury of several others.

Army units eliminate terrorists in Homs and its countryside

Units of the armed forces carried out operations against terrorists' gatherings in Palmyra and several neighborhoods of Homs, inflicting heavy losses upon terrorists, in addition to destroying their weapons and ammunition.

A military source told SANA that an army unit tightened control over a number of buildings in Bab Houd neighborhood in Homs old city, after killing scores of terrorists who were stationed there.

The source added that the army units destroyed terrorists' dens and gatherings near al-Amal hospital in Jourat al-Shyah, al-Qosour and al-Khalidyeh neighborhoods, killing and injuring all terrorists inside them.

The source pointed out that other army units destroyed terrorists' heavy machineguns on Talbisa-al-Sa'ein road in the northern countryside of Homs.

Another army unit killed a number of terrorists near al-Ghajar village in al-Rastan countryside. Tamim Obaid, leader of an armed terrorist group  and Ahmad Satuf Kdad were identified among the dead terrorists.

In Palmyra countryside, another army unit destroyed "AL-Islam Brigade" terrorists' warehouse  in al-Tayba village, killing and injuring several terrorists, while another army unit repelled terrorists' attempt to attack  military checkpoints in al-Zyraa, al-Mouthaf and al-Braikat, inflicting heavy losses upon them.

Meanwhile, other army units hunted the armed terrorist groups in al-Mashajer al-Janobi, Taldo, al-Zafarana and Talbisa in Homs countryside, killing and injuring scores of them. 

Non-Syrian terrorists killed in Idleb countryside

Units of the armed forces killed and injured several terrorists in a number of Idleb' towns and villages, including non-Syrians, and destroyed their weapons and equipment.

A military source told SANA that an army unit destroyed a terrorists' den in Korin village in Ariha area, killing all terrorists inside it.

The Jordanian terrorists  Abduwahid al-Tayib, Khalil Amash, Shikhoun Khitami and the Saudis Sbai'a al-Khalid, Khalid Abu al-Abid, Subhan Nouri, Sadoun al-Sheikh and the Libyan Damoush Abu Nmoura were identified among the dead terrorists. 

The source added that the army units destroyed a terrorists' warehouse in Abu Dohour and killed several terrorists in Bsanqul, Kafr Shlaya, Jabal al-Arbain, Matram, Sarja, Kafr Ruma, al-Maghara and Mari'aian villages and towns.

Meanwhile, another army unit clashed with an armed terrorist group which was perpetrating acts of terrorism at the entrance of Arab Said village, killing most its members.

Terrorists killed due to dispute on dividing stolen materials

Fierce clash erupted between two terrorist groups, one of them affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra, due to a dispute on dividing the stolen materials in Afais town in Idleb countryside.

A military source told SANA that the terrorists used different kinds of machineguns and grenades  which resulted in the killing and the injury of several terrorists.

The source added that among the dead terrorist were Wasim Ghnaim, Suleiman Hallak, Ahmad Zaydan, Mohammad Zaydan, Mohammad Abd al –Barid, Mohammad Ghazal and Mahmoud Ahmad Ghazal who were affiliated to the so-called "A bdo Hajj Ghazal Brigade" linked to Jabhat al-Nusra. 

Terrorists killed in Hama countryside

A military source told SANA that an army unit carried out a special operation against terrorists and destroyed a warehouse for them in al-Badria farm in al-Ghab area in the western countryside of Hama.

The source told SANA that the operation resulted in the killing and the injury of all terrorists inside the warehouse.

Army units destroy terrorists equipment in Lattakia countryside

Units of the armed forces destroyed terrorists' dens and gatherings in al-Rabi'a and Joub al-Ahmar in the northern countryside of Lattakia, along with the weapons and ammunition inside them.

A military source told SANA that among the dead terrorists were Wisam Tilo, Hussam al-Rahal and the Jordanian Hamdan Abu Arif and the Saudi Bakri al-Hamid.

The source pointed out that the operations resulted in destroying advanced communication-sets, a number of heat-seeking rockets and heavy machine guns. 

English Bulletin 

http://sana.sy/eng/337/2013/07/04/490794.htm

03/07/2013

Latest News Syria: Egyptian President Morsi

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Morsi rejects to step down, Tamarod calls on republican guards to arrest him

Jul 3, 2013

Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi continued insistence on ignoring the demands of the Egyptian people who frankly demand him to resign, claiming that the Egyptians have chosen him in free elections.

In a televised speech addressed to the Egyptian people on Tuesday, Morsi said that he had been voted for in a free and fair elections and it was his job to safeguard the legitimacy that brought him to power.

In a sign of Morsi’s rejection to step down and respond to his people’s demand, he added “I have no choice except to shoulder responsibility ..I was , still and will shoulder responsibility,” pledging to protect his “constitutional legitimacy” with his life.

He said “legitimacy is the only guarantee to prevent bloodshed,” ignoring that legitimacy is derived from the people, who demand him to “go”.

Earlier Morsi called on the Egyptian army to withdraw its 48-hour ultimatum directed to him on Monday to respond to the people’s demands.

Tamarod (rebel) Movement spokesman described Morsi’s speech as “naive”, pledging that millions of Egyptians will pour into streets on Wednesday to topple him.

A Health Ministry spokesman said that 16 protesters were killed and 200 others were wounded in clashes near Cairo University following Morsi’s speech.

National Salvation Front Spokesman Khaled Dawwoud said “”This is an open call for a civil war … The President continues to deny the demands of the Egyptian people to resign.”

Tamarod Movement called on the Egyptian Republican Guards to arrest Morsi .

Since June 30, millions of Egyptians amassed in Tahrir Square and cities across the country demanding Morsi to step down.

Egyptian military sources stressed that Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhoods’ gangs carnival on the crisis in Syria and their calls for jihad along with the armed terrorist groups in Syria and for foreign military intervention constituted a turning point to the military institution regarding Morsi’s way and approaches in running the state.

The sources added the army was concerned over the way Morsi is ruling the country after attending a gathering calling for jihad in Syria in June15.

They expressed astonishment that Morsi himself called for the foreign interference in Syria.

H. Zain / Ghossoun

http://sana.sy/eng/22/2013/07/03/490501.htm

02/07/2013

Latest News Syria: Iran and Russia

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Iran, Russia presidents to negotiate Syria, Caspian Sea in Moscow

June 30, 2013

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is scheduled to discuss regional issues, including the Syrian crisis, with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin when he travels to Moscow on Monday.

Iran Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Araqchi said on Sunday that the negotiations between Ahmadinejad and Putin will also focus on the ongoing developments in Central Asia and Caucasus as well as the Caspian Sea.

Araqchi noted that Iran and Russia have persistently held “constructive” talks in different domains.

Araqchi also expressed hope that the Iranian president’s upcoming visit to Russia will further deepen Tehran-Moscow relations.

President Ahmadinejad will head to Russia at the head of a high-ranking delegation to attend the second summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) on July 1. The two-day summit will kick off on the same day in the Grand Kremlin Palace and will be chaired by the Russian president.

On June 24, Kremlin’s top foreign policy aide, Yuri Ushakov, said the first day of the summit will be devoted to leaders’ meeting and bilateral discussions are planned to be held among experts from the member states on the second day of the event.

The first GECF summit was held in the Qatari capital, Doha, in 2011, bringing together 12 permanent members and three observer countries. The Islamic Republic is to host the third summit of the organization, according to Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi.

The Gas Exporting Countries Forum is an intergovernmental organization comprising Algeria, Bolivia, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Iran, Libya, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Arab Emirates and Venezuela.

The GECF was founded in 2001 in the Iranian capital, Tehran, and its members control over 70 percent of the world's natural gas reserves, 38 percent of the pipeline trade, and 85 percent of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) production.

The three largest reserve-holders in the GECF - Russia, Iran and Qatar - together hold about 57 percent of global gas reserves.

MKA/KA/SS

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/06/30/311549/ahmadinejad-putin-to-discuss-syria/

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