Syrian opposition: Anti-Israel rioters paid $1,000

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    Syrian opposition: Anti-Israel rioters paid $1,000 - Israel News, Ynetnews
     
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    You die, and your family gets a pension of 4 years wages. and since they are going very hungry, not a bad deal.

    I think the assad regime will have cause to regret this.
     
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    Farid N. Ghadry (also Farid al-Ghadry and Frank Ghadry) is co-founder and current president of the Reform Party of Syria (RPS), a "'US-based opposition party' of pro-democracy Syrians" [1][2], and the president of the Syrian Democratic Coalition. [3]

    Ghadry was born in Syria and, in 1964, at the age of 8, emigrated to Lebanon with his family. Ghadry came to the United States in 1975. [4]

    Described as a "discredited businessman from Virginia" who is "Syria’s version of Ahmad Chalabi" by Robert Dreyfuss April 17, 2006, in The American Prospect, Ghadry is "a secular, pro-democracy Sunni from a majority-Sunni country. He is charming and articulate, enjoys driving his kids to soccer practice, and favors a Syrian peace with Israel," Elizabeth Eaves wrote February 7, 2005, in Slate. When Eaves asked Ghadry "why he started the Reform Party of Syria, he said that he and his wife had reached a comfortable point in their lives, with their children nearly grown, and decided that they wanted to give something back. Who wouldn't find such a philanthropic impulse appealing? She joined the board of a children's hospital, and he decided to overthrow a government."

    Ghadry is a member of AIPAC.
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    While they kill their own and bus others in to be killed. Arab Logic?

    How many Arabs are being slaughtered in Syria at the hands of the Syrian military? At last count it was ~900! Not much of a comparison, especially considering these people were inside Syria while the others were flagrantly violating an international border into another sovereign nation.

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    TheLastBestHope » “Floatilla tactics”: Assad sends hundreds across Syria/Israel border. Fatalities reported.
     
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    What a terrible guy! He wants to help bring peace and democracy to Syria. For some people, apparently, that's close to the definition of evil.
     
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    but da jews!!!! daaa joooooooooss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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