Report: 15,000 Iranian Quds On Way To Syria

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  1. bitterlyclingin

    bitterlyclingin Silver Member

    Aug 4, 2011
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    (Nice! Having a foreign military force in place to deal with civilian unrest. There aren't too, too many recipes for inflicting bloodshed on civilian populations out there better than that one. Betcha Barry would love to be able to have the same thing operating in his very own, longed for Civilian National Police Force. Hey, how about making the detainees at Guantanamo the commanders when it finally comes into being to police those suburbs where, "When times get bad those bitterly clinging rural yokles sink more deeply into their God and their guns"?
    Iran obviously feels once a client state, always a client state and Syria's not going to be an exception. Anyway, with Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt all on the verge of falling under the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood and ever so likely to join in alongside Iran and Syria in their campaign to destroy the Israeli occupiers and the Great Satan, the United States once and for all, and especially in light of the lull provided by that ever so graciously accomodating American president, Barack Hussein Obama, theres simply no time at the present for little forays into Democracy, self representation, and free speech. Nice Arab Spring ya got there, Barry.)

    "In a recent order, Ayatollah Khamenei has given the duty of stabilizing the Assad regime in Syria to Iran’s Quds forces.

    According to the Turkish newspaper, Sabah, the commander of the Quds forces, Qassem Soleimani and 15,000 of his fighters have entered Syria with the mission of assisting in the suppression of the Syrian protestors. The Quds forces will act as a firewall for the Assad regime as the Syrian army is finding itself in a difficult situation where many officers are joining the opposition because they do not approve of the mass killings of the civilians, which so far has taken the lives of more than 5,000 people.

    Other sources have indicated that Qassem Soleimani has a permanent presence in Syria’s war room overseeing and managing the attacks on the opposition.

    Khamenei has said that Syria is the red line, adding that the fall of Assad will not be tolerated. Qassem Soleimani is urging Assad to enforce a complete lockdown of information to the outside world and to use a vicious clampdown to put an end to the uprising before the West can possibly get involved militarily.

    The Iranian leader also has asked Hezbollah to join forces with the Quds forces to help the Assad regime. As reported back in July, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei delivered a threatening letter to President Obama ordering the U.S. to cease and desist pressuring the Syrian regime leadership, cautioning that Iran will retaliate against American forces in the region."

    The PJ Tatler » Report: Iran Quds Forces March into Syria
  2. Decepticon

    Decepticon BANNED

    Jan 11, 2012
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    Who cares?
    Both regimes are gasping for their last breaths.

    I'm surprised the Iranians could dig up enough gasoline to send all 15,000 of their troops to syria, seeing as how that oil-rich country can't even refine it's own oil into gasoline.
  3. waltky

    waltky Wise ol' monkey Supporting Member

    Feb 6, 2011
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    Iranian soldiers dyin' by the scores in Syria...

    Iranian media is revealing that scores of the country’s fighters are dying in Syria
    November 27,`15 — An increasing number of Iranian soldiers and militiamen appear to be dying in Syria’s civil war, and observers credit media from an unexpected country for revealing the trend:

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