Activists show mass graves found in Syria

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    Images of unrest in Syria

    Activists say mass graves found in Syria - USATODAY.com

    Assad is a serial killer of his own people.
     
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    Yet they dont give a link to the supposed video's and I cant find them on youtube

    From the link
    Alternative sites make no mention of this "story":
    http://english.aljazeera.net/category/person/ammar-qurabi
    The person mentioned, Ammar Qurabi lives in Egypt, a long way from Syria
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/wor...an_seaside_city_of_latakia.html#ixzz1MgeBYn2j
     
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    Pakistan had Bin laden supported and guarded as they paid the Taliban to kill their own police in order to keep up the American funding.

    Sneaky little devils. Syrians are no different. They beg from both sides while attacking one to further the prospects of the other.
     
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    Mass Grave for Protesters Discovered in Syria, Activist Ammar Qurabi Says - Bloomberg

    To contact the reporter on this story: Massoud A. Derhally in Beirut, Lebanon, at mderhally@bloomberg.net.
     
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    Assad may lose support of military...
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    Syrian Army deserter: 'We were ordered to shoot on the people'
    June 13, 2011 - Darwish Mohammed Fidou deserted his unit after he was given orders to fire directly on civilians. His story bolsters growing reports of dissent within Syria's military.
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    Syria's regime cracks down hard. But is the military on board?
    June 12, 2011 - Syrian troops are attacking the northern town of Jisr al-Shughur, which has a history of rebellion against the regime. Increasingly, however, there are reports of dissent within the military.

     
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    For the sake of a better and more Just world...Assad must be taken out!
     
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    Assad oppression of Syrian people continues...
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    UN Agency Says 10,000 Refugees “Disappeared” from Syrian Camp
    Tuesday, August 16th, 2011 - A U.N. agency says as many as 10,000 Palestinians have “disappeared” after fleeing a refugee camp in the Syrian port city of Latakia, where government security forces have carried out days of deadly attacks.
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    US: Syria Crackdown on Dissent is 'Abhorrent,' 'Repulsive'
    August 15, 2011 - The Obama administration said Monday that it is pressing countries to cut financial ties with Syria in the face if what the State Department calls an “abhorrent and repulsive” crackdown on dissent. The monitoring group Human Rights Watch said it is time for the Arab League to push for an end to the violence.
     

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