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.

English Bulletin

http://sana.sy/eng/337/2013/07/20/493252.htm

03/06/2013

Anti-government demonstrations continue in Turkey

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Fiercest Anti-Government Demonstrations Continue in Turkey

June 3, 2013

Turkish peaceful protesters clashed with policemen into the early hours of Monday with setting fire to some offices of Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) as the fiercest anti-government demonstrations in years entered their fourth day.

Routers mentioned that roads around Prime Minister Reccep Tayyip Erdogan's office in Istanbul were sealed off as police fired teargas to push back protesters in the early hours of Monday.

In the main street near Erdogan's office, one demonstrator drove a small mechanical digger towards police lines as other protesters followed behind.

At a nearby mosque, medical staff including trainee doctors treated those hurt in the clashes, Routers said.

It pointed out that bus shelters, paving stones and street signs ripped up by protesters to make barricades that littered a major avenue by the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul where some of the heaviest clashes took place overnight, and graffiti covered walls.

Dogan news agency reported that in the western port city of Izmir, protesters through fire bombs at AK Party offices overnight as the policemen stormed commercial compound in Ankara for doubts that protesters resorted to the compound and arrested many persons.

Turkey's main stock exchange has dropped sharply on opening on Monday. It fell 8 percent as investors worried about the destabilizing effect of the demonstrations on the economy.

The Turkish lira weakened to 1.8910 against the dollar on Monday, a decline from 1.8706 on Friday . The yield on Turkey's benchmark 10-year bonds climbed to 7.12 percent from 6.84 percent on Friday.

The EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton has condemned the disproportionate use of force by police against protestors in Turkey and expressed “deep concern” over the violence.

" Ashton calls for restraint on all sides and an end to the violence. Dialogue should be opened to find a peaceful solution to this issue,” a spokesperson for Catherine Ashton said in a statement quoted by Russian news agency RIA Novosti.

Amnesty International has criticized the use of excessive force to disperse peaceful protestors.

The United States also has called on Turkish security forces to show restraint in facing the protests.

The White House demanded all parties in Turkey to "calm the situation" amid anti-government protests.

Associated Press quoted the White House spokeswoman Laura Lucas as saying : " The U.S. believes peaceful public demonstrations "are a part of democratic expression,"

" Turkey's long-term stability is best guaranteed by upholding "the fundamental freedoms of expression, assembly and association." She added. 

The spark of protests was triggered because of a project to uproot 600 trees from the Gezi Park in Taksim Square in Istanbul which is considered an outlet for the city's citizens. 

Ghossoun /

http://sana.sy/eng/22/2013/06/03/485472.htm

15/05/2013

Jeruzalem Post: 'Turkey used chemical weapons'

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'Turks hit PKK with chemical weapons'

By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL,  JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT,

LAST UPDATED: 8/12/2010 

Report: German newspaper says photos of dead Kurds confirm use.

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan moved Photo: Associated Press BERLIN – German politicians called on Thursday for an international investigation into the reported use of chemical weapons by the Turkish military. The weapons were used against members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), according to the online edition of the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel.

“Turkey needs to urgently look into these accusations,” said Ruprecht Polenz, chairman of the Foreign Affairs committee in the Bundestag and a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union party.

Polenz recommended an international investigation to examine the deaths of eight Kurdish activists from the PKK. Claudia Roth, co-chair of the German Green party, echoed Polenz’s criticisms, seconding his call for an investigation.

MP Andrej Hunko urged the German Foreign Ministry to file a complaint against Turkey with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague.

A forensic report from Hamburg University Hospital confirmed that the eight Kurds had been murdered by “the use of chemical substances.”

Turkish Kurdish human rights members delivered photos in March to a delegation of German politicians, Turkey specialists, and journalists. The bodies in the photos were severely deformed and torn to pieces; the photos formed the basis for the forensic report. Hans Baumann, a German expert on the authenticity of photos, confirmed that photos had not been doctored.

The eight Kurdish PKK members were killed last September. The 31 photos, according to German media, are so disturbing that news organizations have been reluctant to publish them. The murdered PKK rebels – two women and six men – range in age from 19 to 33.

The allegation of employing chemical weapons against the Kurdish minority group could further taint Turkey’s battered human rights record.

Turkey’s nearly 12 million Kurds are seeking increased rights and autonomy. Turkey’s armed forces have, according to human rights groups, brutally suppressed the Kurdish ethnic minority’s attempts to secure more independence in the southeast. In July, a series of violent clashes between the Turkish military and Kurdish rebels broke out. The PKK had previously attacked a Turkish military post, killing eight Turkish soldiers, prompting a wave of military strikes resulting in the deaths of 12 Kurds.

Turkey is a signatory to the Chemical Weapons Convention. The alleged use of chemical weapons would constitute a violation of the anti-chemical weapons treaty.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry denied engaging in chemical and biological warfare, according to a report in the daily Tageszeitung. The paper noted that German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle had been informed of the chemical weapons allegations before his trip to Turkey in late July, but has declined to take diplomatic action.

http://www.jpost.com/International/Article.aspx?id=184612

15/04/2013

Syria: American censorship

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‘Page Web inaccessible’:

Impossible de charger la page Web sur Google Chrome, car http://www.sana.sy n’a pas répondu à temps. Il est possible que le site soit bloqué ou que vous rencontriez des problèmes avec votre connexion Internet.

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As a reminder:

8.12.2012

Google is actually censoring the news of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA.

Almost all of the links that argue in favor of the Syrian government are dead and Google advertises almost exclusively the messages coming from the U.S. government or the Pentagon.The participation of Google in the American war propaganda, is not coming as a surprise.

On 3.14.2012, America’s Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google…

20/12/2012

Syria News: Terrorists Killed, Their Weapons and Vehicles Destroyed

Dec 20, 2012

PROVINCES, (SANA)

Units of the Armed Forces on Thursday pursued terrorist groups in al-Husseiniyeh town in Damascus Countryside, killed many of their members and destroyed their weapons.

An official source told SANA reporter that the army units killed a number of terrorists near the old bakery and destroyed a mortar and a car carrying terrorists and weapons.

The source added that another army unit destroyed a hideout for terrorists in al-Bashawat Street in the town, killing and injuring some of them.

A vehicle equipped with a machinegun was also destroyed. 

Terrorists Killed, Amounts of Weapons and Ammunition Seized in Homs

A unit of the Armed Forces destroyed a machinegun-equipped vehicle and killed all the terrorists inside it near the crossroad to al-Ghajar village in the countryside of al-Rastan in Homs province.

SANA reporter quoted a source in the province as saying that the army also killed a number of terrorists inside a hideout in the same area, indicating that the leader of the group Khaled Habib and terrorists Ahmad Mohammad Khattab and Ayman al-Deek were identified among the dead.

Authorities on Wednesday night seized an amount of weapons and ammunition in an abandoned farm in al-Sultaniyeh neighborhood in Homs city.

A source in the province told SANA reporter that the seized weapons included four sniper rifles, five Cobra rocket engines, a hunting rifle, an explosive device, a mask and different types of ammunition.

http://www.sana-syria.com/eng/337/2012/12/20/458264.htm

09/12/2012

Syrian News free of American war propaganda

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Event Calendar: 9th December 2012: Theatre Festival

: 70 Members of the so-called 'Military Council' of Jabhat al-Nusra Killed in Countryside

: Al-Bakkarah area in Countryside Cleared from Terrorist Groups

's Armed Forces Continue Targeting Terrorists and Their Hideouts

Follow-up Committee of National Dialogue Conference Calls for Finding Peaceful Solution to Crisis in

Lavrov: We Don't Discuss the Destiny of 's Leadership with Any Party

Salehi: 's Enemies Started to Reconsider their Stances Realising their Wrong Path

: Terrorist Group Attacks 'Qaboun 2' Electricity Plant, Causing Outages in Several Areas

FM Lavrov says Moscow "will not allow to be reproduced in ... West striving for Assad's departure."

لافروف : روسيا لن تسمح بتكرار السيناريو الليبي في سورية.

Weather: Partly cloudy tomorrow with rain over most areas, temperatures will drop to become slightly below the seasonal average

08/12/2012

Clinton warns Syria 'not to use chemical weapons'

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Hillary Clinton thinks she can justify an American military intervention in Syria by a story about the 'desperate President Assad who might use chemical weapons'...

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Photo: Agent Orange (a defoliant used by the US military during the Vietnam War) victims. Most of the children live a life without recreation, education, or physical therapy and spend the majority of their day in wooden chairs or in mass beds. Some of the children more prone to wandering off at night or harming the other children are kept in locked iron cages overnight and during afternoon naps. The majority of the children will 'live' their entire lives at a center.

05/12/2012

Latest News Syria: Google's misleading search results

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Take care for false links on Google !

1) Google: 'syria news sana':

https://www.google.be/search?q=syria+news+sana

About 32,800,000 results

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2) Google: 'syria news sana':

https://www.google.be/search?q=syria+news+san

About 12,300 results

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3) News for syria news sana (false link with a photo of the Israeli newspaper Haaretz)



Haaretz

More blood spilled as rebels take fight to Damascus

Hamilton Spectator - Syria's state news agency SANA said nine students and one teacher were killed when a mortar fired by “terrorists” — the regime's shorthand for ...

UN pulling staff from Syria, violence near capital
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'Google Adds (Even More) Links to the Pentagon'

3.14.12

On Monday, the Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google. It was an unexpected move: Washington and Mountain View don’t trade top executives very often. But it shouldn’t come as a complete surprise. The internet colossus has had a long and deeply complicated relationship with America’s military and intelligence communities. Depending on the topic, the time, and the players involved, the Pentagon and the Plex can be customers, business partners, adversaries, or wary allies. Recruiting the director of Darpa to join Google was just the latest move in this intricate dance between behemoths.

To the company’s critics in Congress and in the conservative legal community, Google has become a puppet master in Obama’s Washington, with Plex executives attending exclusive state dinners and backing White House tech policy initiatives. “Like Halliburton in the previous administration,” warned the National Legal and Policy Center in 2010, “Google has an exceptionally close relationship with the current administration.” To the company’s foes outside the U.S. — especially in Beijing — Google is viewed as a virtual extension of the U.S. government: “the White House’s Google,” as one state-sponsored Chinese magazine put it.

But in the halls of the Pentagon and America’s intelligence agencies, Google casts a relatively small shadow, at least compared to those of big defense contractors like Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Northrop Grumman, and SAIC. Yes, a small handful of one-time Googlers joined the Obama administration after the 2008 election, but most of those people are now back in the private sector. Sure, Google turned to the network defense specialists at the National Security Agency, when the company became the target of a sophisticated hacking campaign in 2009. (Next week, the Electronic Privacy Information Center goes to federal court in an attempt to force the NSA to disclose what exactly it did to help Google respond.) The Lockheeds and the Northrops of the world share with the Pentagon information about viruses and malware in their networks every day.

Government work is, after all, only a minuscule part of Google’s business. And that allows the Plex to take a nuanced, many-pronged approach when dealing with spooks and generals. (The company did not respond to requests to comment for this article.)

Google has a federally focused sales force, marketing its search appliances and its apps to the government. They’ve sold millions of dollars’ worth of gear to the National Security Agency’s secretive eavesdroppers and to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s satellite watchmen. And they’re making major inroads in the mobile market, where Android has become the operating system of choice for the military’s burgeoning smartphone experiments. But unlike other businesses operating in the Beltway, Google doesn’t often customize its wares for its Washington clients. It’s a largely take-it-or-leave-it approach to marketing.

“They shit all over any request for customization,” says a former Google executive. “The attitude is: ‘we know how to build software. If you don’t know how to use it, you’re an idiot.’”

Some of that software, though, only made it to Mountain View after an infusion of government cash. Take the mapping firm Keyhole, backed by In-Q-Tel, the investment arm of the Central Intelligence Agency. Google bought Keyhole in 2004 — and then turned it into the backbone for Google Earth, which has become a must-have tool in all sorts of imagery analysis cells. When I visited a team of Air Force targeteers in 2009, a Google Earth map highlighting all the known hospitals, mosques, graveyards, and schools in Afghanistan helped them pick which buildings to bomb or not.

Around the same time, the investment arms of Google and the CIA both put cash into Recorded Future, a company that monitors social media in real time — and tries to use that information to predict upcoming events.
“Turns out that there are several natural places to take an ability to harvest and analyze the internet to predict future events,” e-mails Recorded Future CEO Christopher Ahlberg. “There’s search, where any innovation that provides improved relevance is helpful; and intelligence, which at some level is all about predicting events and their implications. (Finance is a third.) That made Google Ventures and In-Q-Tel two very natural investors that provides us hooks into the worlds of search and intelligence.”

The government and Google have more than a mutual interest in mining publicly available data. The feds ask Google to turn over information about its customers. Constantly. Last fall, the Justice Department demanded that the company give up the IP addresses of Wikileaks supporters. During the first six months of 2011, U.S. government agencies sent Google 5,950 criminal investigation requests for data on Google users and services, as our sister blog Threat Level noted at the time. That’s an average of 31 a day, and Google said it complied with 93 percent of those requests.

Google is pretty much the only company that publishes the number of requests it receives — a tactic which sometimes causes teeth to grind in D.C. But it’s essential to the well-being of Plex’s core business: its consumer search advertising. Google, as we all know, keeps a titanic amount of information about every aspect of our online lives. Customers largely have trusted the company so far, because of the quality of its products, and because there’s some sense that the Plex and the Pentagon aren’t swapping data wholesale. These small acts of resistance maintain that perceived barrier.

Not long ago — in the middle of the last decade, say — Google held an almost talismanic power inside military and intelligence agencies. Google made searching the web simple and straightforward. Surely, the government ought to be able to do the same for its databases.

“You kept hearing: ‘how come this can’t work like Google,’” says Bob Gourley, who served as the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Chief Technology Officer from 2005 to 2007. “But after a while the technologists got educated. You don’t really want Google.”

Or at least, not in that way. Even complex web searches are single strands of information. Intelligence analysts are hunting for interlocking chains of events: Person A in the same cafe as person B, who chats with person C, who gives some cash to person D.  Those queries were so intricate, government engineers had to program each one in by hand, not so long ago. But lately, more sophisticated tools have come onto the market; the troops and spooks have gotten better at integrating their databases. Google’s products are still used, of course. But it’s just one vendor among many.

http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/03/pentagon-google/

Photo: Barack Obama speaking at Google HQ in 2007

 

04/12/2012

Syrian news agency Sana is back

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The Syrian News Agency Sana is back on the search engines of Google.

But the Google search engines give now two different results for 'latest news Sana'.

The first research counts about 32,800,000 results.

The second (false) research counts about 12,300 results.

 

A lot of links on Google to Sana are dead or are made inaccessible.

That's not coming as a surprise.

On 3.14.12, the Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google...


https://www.google.be/search?q=syria+news+sana

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NEWS ABOUT SYRIA

https://twitter.com/SANA_English


Syrian SANA News Agency website is under fierce attack 07-14 ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1i0ATn0byF8

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http://www.isitdownrightnow.com/sana.sy.html: 'Sana.sy is DOWN for everyone. It is not just you. The server is not responding...'

Comment: 'I don't think that Sana's website is unreachable because of the server is 'probably overloaded'.  I believe the server has been blocked by the Pentagon that is publishing now all kind of stories about the 'victorious offensive of the Free Libyan Army', that is justly recognized by the French and British government.  It is part of the American war propaganda.
As we know, Obama signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for Syrian armed groups and terrorists seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government.  Obama’s order, approved earlier this year and known as an intelligence “finding,” broadly permits the CIA and other U.S. agencies to provide support that could help the terrorists oust Assad.  C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey. Weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries including Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood and paid for by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Thanks for the nice statistics.'

Latest News: Syria in the grip of the American war propaganda

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Google where America's Defense Department’s best-known geek works since some months, , has removed the website of the very popular Syrian Arab News Agency Sana of its search engine.

Bloggers or owners of websites can no longer visit this website that gives a lot of interesting information.

At the same time the international news agencies and american newspapers which are incessantly attacking the Syrian government, can still use the photos of Sana for its war propaganda.

http://www.utsandiego.com/photos/2012/dec/03/738308/

Comment of the The San Diego Union-Tribune: 'In this Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012 photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, a Syrian soldier aims his rifle at free Syrian Army fighters during clashes in the Damascus suburb of Daraya, Syria.' (December 3, 2012 AP)

Syria: Appeal to Russian and Chinese press agencies

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The Syrian Arab News Agency SANA, disappeared from the list of Google's search engine. That's not coming as a complete surprise. On 3.14.2012, America's Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google...

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Appeal to the Russian and Chinese press agencies

Dear Sir(s),

Can you spread the article 'Syrian News Agency no longer exist for Google', please ?

It is unacceptible that so called democratic countries, bomb journalists and deny the universally recognized human right to information.

The double speak used by the western propaganda machine all  the time ('human rights', 'freedom of press',) seems me a refined form of nazi-propaganda that was used for the justification of bombings and occupations of sovereign states.

Sincerely,

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Photo: On May 7, 1999, NATO fired 3 missiles from different angles to attack the Embassy of China in Yugoslavia, which killed 3 Chinese journalists and injured more than 20. The building of the embassy was seriously damaged. U.S. officials and NATO said the attack on the Chinese Embassy was "a mistake" based on "faulty information".

http://fondation-princesse-de-croy.skynetblogs.be/archive/2012/12/04/syrian-news-agency-sana-doesn-t-no-longer-exist-for-google.html


01/12/2012

Syria News censored by Pentagon allied Google

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Google is actually censoring the news of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA. That's not coming as a complete surprise...

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On 3.14.12, America's Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google. It was an unexpected move: Washington and Mountain View don’t trade top executives very often.  

The internet colossus has had a long and deeply complicated relationship with America’s military and intelligence communities.

Depending on the topic, the time, and the players involved, the Pentagon and the Plex are now customers, business partners, adversaries, or wary allies.

Recruiting the director of Darpa to join Google was just the latest move in this intricate dance between behemoths.

Photo: Barack Obama speaking at Google HQ in 2007. Photo: Jeff Chiu/AP

28/11/2012

Moscow rejects foreign intervention in Syria

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November 28, 2012

MOSCOW, (SANA) – Russian Foreign Minister , Sergei Lavrov, renewed his country's stance in rejection of foreign intervention in Syria, stressing that Russia is exerting great efforts to end violence in Syria and support resorting to dialogue, through which the Syrians should reach an agreement based on the structure and the future of their country.

In an interview with Argumenty i Fakty Russian Newspaper, Lavrov said that the cooperation between Russia and Syria in the technical military domain contributes to supporting the stability in the Middle East, adding that the material technical supply point of the Russian naval fleet in Tartous works normally."

He stressed that there is no possibility of dragging Russia into the armed conflict taking place in Syria, pointing out to the importance of applying Geneva Statement to solve the crisis in Syria, as Russia works closely with the Syrian government and all parties for its implementation.

Lavrov pointed out to the necessity that all foreign sides and those who have influence on the 'the Syrian opposition' play their role to fulfill the approach agreed on in Geneva.

He warned that the continuation of violence in Syria would lead to the aggravation of the situation which may erupt in the region, stressing the presence of a lot of foreign extremists, mercenaries and terrorists linked to al-Qaeda among the armed opposition. He also expressed worry over the transition of the conflict to the neighboring countries.

Moscow Strongly Condemns terrorist Bombings in Jaramana, Damascus Countryside

The Russian Foreign Ministry strongly condemned the terrorist explosions which hit Jaramana in Damascus countryside, indicating that these bombings bear the imprints of al-Qaeda.

"Such acts represent familiar methods of the international terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda which aim to ruin any effort  to restore stability to Syria and resolve the crisis peacefully," a statement for the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.  

The statement added " we vehemently condemn the terrorist crimes which can't be justified."

http://208.43.232.81/eng/22/2012/11/28/454632.htm

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The website of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA was 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)'

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', provided with money and weapons by the western countries.

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.

Try the following links to get the website of SANA and find what the western press conceals:

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

27/11/2012

Syrian Arab News Agency SANA: Google censure

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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)'

Google Research doesn't show actually SANA's website under the searching words 'latest news Syria'.

It is clear that the 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.
While C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey, weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries to Syria.

Try the following links to get the website of SANA and find everything what the western press conceals:

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

19/11/2012

Syria Press: Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) inaccessible

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The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) is again inaccessible:

Page Web inaccessible

Impossible de charger la page Web sur Google Chrome, car www.sana.sy n'a pas répondu à temps. Il est possible que le site soit bloqué ou que vous rencontriez des problèmes avec votre connexion Internet.
Erreur 118 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT) : Le délai imparti à l'opération est dépassé.

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Try the following links to get the website (Arabic and Turkish)

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