83% of Syria’s Lights Out Since Start of War in 2011

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Not much to say. The war is also affecting Syrian nightlife. Lights go out where terrorists move in and civilians flee but also the other regions are affected.



2011 - 2015:


Armies of Darkness 83 of Syria s Lights Out Since Start of War in 2011 Sputnik International

It said since 2011, and many do not look upon the FSA as terrorists, but a group who wanted change in Syria, the same way as those involved in the Arab Spring in the other Middle East countries wanted change.
What is sad is that 80% of the Syrians are in poverty.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ercent-of-syrians-into-poverty/2015/03/11/b0a
 
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Not much to say. The war is also affecting Syrian nightlife. Lights go out where terrorists move in and civilians flee but also the other regions are affected.



2011 - 2015:


Armies of Darkness 83 of Syria s Lights Out Since Start of War in 2011 Sputnik International

It said since 2011, and many do not look upon the FSA as terrorists, but a group who wanted change in Syria, the same way as those involved in the Arab Spring in the other Middle East countries wanted change.
What is sad is that 80% of the Syrians are in poverty.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ercent-of-syrians-into-poverty/2015/03/11/b0a
You don´t give a shit about the Syrians, scum. You praise Al-Qaeda, instead, because your government told you to do so, that created this sad situation in the name of your government.
 

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Not much to say. The war is also affecting Syrian nightlife. Lights go out where terrorists move in and civilians flee but also the other regions are affected.



2011 - 2015:


Armies of Darkness 83 of Syria s Lights Out Since Start of War in 2011 Sputnik International

It said since 2011, and many do not look upon the FSA as terrorists, but a group who wanted change in Syria, the same way as those involved in the Arab Spring in the other Middle East countries wanted change.
What is sad is that 80% of the Syrians are in poverty.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ercent-of-syrians-into-poverty/2015/03/11/b0a
You don´t give a shit about the Syrians, scum. You praise Al-Qaeda, instead, because your government told you to do so, that created this sad situation in the name of your government.
Doesn't it look from the Little Boy's response that he forget to take his meds again? (Now he is resorting to calling posters scum because they don't think as he does,) I think he is getting worse and worse with his mental problems. Meanwhile, we realize how the majority of Syrian people are stuck in poverty right now what with the war going on now for quite a while, and the international community has to help them with their daily needs.
 
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Not much to say. The war is also affecting Syrian nightlife. Lights go out where terrorists move in and civilians flee but also the other regions are affected.



2011 - 2015:


Armies of Darkness 83 of Syria s Lights Out Since Start of War in 2011 Sputnik International

It said since 2011, and many do not look upon the FSA as terrorists, but a group who wanted change in Syria, the same way as those involved in the Arab Spring in the other Middle East countries wanted change.
What is sad is that 80% of the Syrians are in poverty.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ercent-of-syrians-into-poverty/2015/03/11/b0a
You don´t give a shit about the Syrians, scum. You praise Al-Qaeda, instead, because your government told you to do so, that created this sad situation in the name of your government.
Doesn't it look from the Little Boy's response that he forget to take his meds again? (Now he is resorting to calling posters scum because they don't think as he does,) I think he is getting worse and worse with his mental problems. Meanwhile, we realize how the majority of Syrian people are stuck in poverty right now what with the war going on now for quite a while, and the international community has to help them with their daily needs.
The international community is busy to bolster Al-Qaeda and can´t help the victims over that. Only few countries like Russia and Iran help.
 

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Not much to say. The war is also affecting Syrian nightlife. Lights go out where terrorists move in and civilians flee but also the other regions are affected.



2011 - 2015:


Armies of Darkness 83 of Syria s Lights Out Since Start of War in 2011 Sputnik International

It said since 2011, and many do not look upon the FSA as terrorists, but a group who wanted change in Syria, the same way as those involved in the Arab Spring in the other Middle East countries wanted change.
What is sad is that 80% of the Syrians are in poverty.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ercent-of-syrians-into-poverty/2015/03/11/b0a
You don´t give a shit about the Syrians, scum. You praise Al-Qaeda, instead, because your government told you to do so, that created this sad situation in the name of your government.
Doesn't it look from the Little Boy's response that he forget to take his meds again? (Now he is resorting to calling posters scum because they don't think as he does,) I think he is getting worse and worse with his mental problems. Meanwhile, we realize how the majority of Syrian people are stuck in poverty right now what with the war going on now for quite a while, and the international community has to help them with their daily needs.
The international community is busy to bolster Al-Qaeda and can´t help the victims over that. Only few countries like Russia and Iran help.
Many relief organizations and well as the U.N. is helping the Syrians. Then there are others helping as well.

Qatar gives 100 million in humanitarian aid to Syria Reuters
 
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Not much to say. The war is also affecting Syrian nightlife. Lights go out where terrorists move in and civilians flee but also the other regions are affected.



2011 - 2015:


Armies of Darkness 83 of Syria s Lights Out Since Start of War in 2011 Sputnik International

It said since 2011, and many do not look upon the FSA as terrorists, but a group who wanted change in Syria, the same way as those involved in the Arab Spring in the other Middle East countries wanted change.
What is sad is that 80% of the Syrians are in poverty.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ercent-of-syrians-into-poverty/2015/03/11/b0a
You don´t give a shit about the Syrians, scum. You praise Al-Qaeda, instead, because your government told you to do so, that created this sad situation in the name of your government.
Doesn't it look from the Little Boy's response that he forget to take his meds again? (Now he is resorting to calling posters scum because they don't think as he does,) I think he is getting worse and worse with his mental problems. Meanwhile, we realize how the majority of Syrian people are stuck in poverty right now what with the war going on now for quite a while, and the international community has to help them with their daily needs.
The international community is busy to bolster Al-Qaeda and can´t help the victims over that. Only few countries like Russia and Iran help.
Many relief organizations and well as the U.N. is helping the Syrians. Then there are others helping as well.

Qatar gives 100 million in humanitarian aid to Syria Reuters
Alibi payments. Syria pays the salaries to government employees even to terrorist controlled areas and organizes the help convoys with the red crescent and the UN.
 

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It said since 2011, and many do not look upon the FSA as terrorists, but a group who wanted change in Syria, the same way as those involved in the Arab Spring in the other Middle East countries wanted change.
What is sad is that 80% of the Syrians are in poverty.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ercent-of-syrians-into-poverty/2015/03/11/b0a
You don´t give a shit about the Syrians, scum. You praise Al-Qaeda, instead, because your government told you to do so, that created this sad situation in the name of your government.
Doesn't it look from the Little Boy's response that he forget to take his meds again? (Now he is resorting to calling posters scum because they don't think as he does,) I think he is getting worse and worse with his mental problems. Meanwhile, we realize how the majority of Syrian people are stuck in poverty right now what with the war going on now for quite a while, and the international community has to help them with their daily needs.
The international community is busy to bolster Al-Qaeda and can´t help the victims over that. Only few countries like Russia and Iran help.
Many relief organizations and well as the U.N. is helping the Syrians. Then there are others helping as well.

Qatar gives 100 million in humanitarian aid to Syria Reuters
Alibi payments. Syria pays the salaries to government employees even to terrorist controlled areas and organizes the help convoys with the red crescent and the UN.
$100,000 million is not chicken feed to help those unfortunates. Meanwhile, since Jordan and Lebanon are really stretching and busting their budgets to aid these Syrian refugees, I hope your idol it sending some money to these countries since, of course, he would want to help his fellow Syrians in need and take some of the strain off Jordan and Lebanon.
 
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You don´t give a shit about the Syrians, scum. You praise Al-Qaeda, instead, because your government told you to do so, that created this sad situation in the name of your government.
Doesn't it look from the Little Boy's response that he forget to take his meds again? (Now he is resorting to calling posters scum because they don't think as he does,) I think he is getting worse and worse with his mental problems. Meanwhile, we realize how the majority of Syrian people are stuck in poverty right now what with the war going on now for quite a while, and the international community has to help them with their daily needs.
The international community is busy to bolster Al-Qaeda and can´t help the victims over that. Only few countries like Russia and Iran help.
Many relief organizations and well as the U.N. is helping the Syrians. Then there are others helping as well.

Qatar gives 100 million in humanitarian aid to Syria Reuters
Alibi payments. Syria pays the salaries to government employees even to terrorist controlled areas and organizes the help convoys with the red crescent and the UN.
$100,000 million is not chicken feed to help those unfortunates. Meanwhile, since Jordan and Lebanon are really stretching and busting their budgets to aid these Syrian refugees, I hope your idol it sending some money to these countries since, of course, he would want to help his fellow Syrians in need and take some of the strain off Jordan and Lebanon.
"Minister of Social Affairs Kinda al-Shammat said that the Ministry has not been able, for five months, to deliver humanitarian aid to the eastern regions due to the armed terrorist groups' repeated attacks on the convoys, adding that work is underway to deliver them through al-Yarubea crossing border with Iraq. The Minister was speaking at a session of the people's Assembly on Thursday, headed by Speaker Mohammad Jihad al-Laham to listen to answers of a number of ministers on questions raised by the MPs.
"The latest presidential statement of the UN Security Council on the humanitarian files in Syria has ignored crimes of the armed terrorist groups being carried out in a number of regions," al-Shammat said.
She affirmed that all accusations against the Syrian government on that file are presented by countries involved in the crisis in Syria and seeks training and financing terrorists with weapons and money.
" A big number of schools came out of services due to the terrorist attacks and changing parts of them to temporary shelters for the displaced, while other schools have received more than 2 million students… and this refutes the accusations of the statement," the Minister said.
She added that the UN statement has turned a blind eye on the flagrant violations of the terrorists in the domain of human trafficking and involving the children in the fighting.
Al-Shammat concluded that the average of the humanitarian aid offered by the international organizations won't exceed 25% of the overall aid, affirming that the Syrian government assumes the biggest part of the aid.
The Peoples' Assembly also approved a draft law on establishing the Higher Judicial Institute. The Institute aims at qualifying and training law students, lawyers and judges in various specializations.
Minister of Justice Najm al-Ahmad said the institute is a pioneer experience on the Arab region's level particularly in terms of specialized judiciary, clarifying that lawyers and judges will work in their specific specialization since their appointment in the lowest rung of the judicial ladder until retirement."
UN statement ignores crimes of terrorists in Syria US Message Board - Political Discussion Forum
 

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Doesn't it look from the Little Boy's response that he forget to take his meds again? (Now he is resorting to calling posters scum because they don't think as he does,) I think he is getting worse and worse with his mental problems. Meanwhile, we realize how the majority of Syrian people are stuck in poverty right now what with the war going on now for quite a while, and the international community has to help them with their daily needs.
The international community is busy to bolster Al-Qaeda and can´t help the victims over that. Only few countries like Russia and Iran help.
Many relief organizations and well as the U.N. is helping the Syrians. Then there are others helping as well.

Qatar gives 100 million in humanitarian aid to Syria Reuters
Alibi payments. Syria pays the salaries to government employees even to terrorist controlled areas and organizes the help convoys with the red crescent and the UN.
$100,000 million is not chicken feed to help those unfortunates. Meanwhile, since Jordan and Lebanon are really stretching and busting their budgets to aid these Syrian refugees, I hope your idol it sending some money to these countries since, of course, he would want to help his fellow Syrians in need and take some of the strain off Jordan and Lebanon.
"Minister of Social Affairs Kinda al-Shammat said that the Ministry has not been able, for five months, to deliver humanitarian aid to the eastern regions due to the armed terrorist groups' repeated attacks on the convoys, adding that work is underway to deliver them through al-Yarubea crossing border with Iraq. The Minister was speaking at a session of the people's Assembly on Thursday, headed by Speaker Mohammad Jihad al-Laham to listen to answers of a number of ministers on questions raised by the MPs.
"The latest presidential statement of the UN Security Council on the humanitarian files in Syria has ignored crimes of the armed terrorist groups being carried out in a number of regions," al-Shammat said.
She affirmed that all accusations against the Syrian government on that file are presented by countries involved in the crisis in Syria and seeks training and financing terrorists with weapons and money.
" A big number of schools came out of services due to the terrorist attacks and changing parts of them to temporary shelters for the displaced, while other schools have received more than 2 million students… and this refutes the accusations of the statement," the Minister said.
She added that the UN statement has turned a blind eye on the flagrant violations of the terrorists in the domain of human trafficking and involving the children in the fighting.
Al-Shammat concluded that the average of the humanitarian aid offered by the international organizations won't exceed 25% of the overall aid, affirming that the Syrian government assumes the biggest part of the aid.

The Peoples' Assembly also approved a draft law on establishing the Higher Judicial Institute. The Institute aims at qualifying and training law students, lawyers and judges in various specializations.
Minister of Justice Najm al-Ahmad said the institute is a pioneer experience on the Arab region's level particularly in terms of specialized judiciary, clarifying that lawyers and judges will work in their specific specialization since their appointment in the lowest rung of the judicial ladder until retirement."
UN statement ignores crimes of terrorists in Syria US Message Board - Political Discussion Forum
Instead of Assad using his Air Force to barrel bomb, couldn't he use the Air Force instead to airlift needed humanitarian aid. After all, Western Allies organized the Berlin airlift to carry supplies to the people in West Berlin so Assad can organize something like this with the Air Force generals.
 
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The international community is busy to bolster Al-Qaeda and can´t help the victims over that. Only few countries like Russia and Iran help.
Many relief organizations and well as the U.N. is helping the Syrians. Then there are others helping as well.

Qatar gives 100 million in humanitarian aid to Syria Reuters
Alibi payments. Syria pays the salaries to government employees even to terrorist controlled areas and organizes the help convoys with the red crescent and the UN.
$100,000 million is not chicken feed to help those unfortunates. Meanwhile, since Jordan and Lebanon are really stretching and busting their budgets to aid these Syrian refugees, I hope your idol it sending some money to these countries since, of course, he would want to help his fellow Syrians in need and take some of the strain off Jordan and Lebanon.
"Minister of Social Affairs Kinda al-Shammat said that the Ministry has not been able, for five months, to deliver humanitarian aid to the eastern regions due to the armed terrorist groups' repeated attacks on the convoys, adding that work is underway to deliver them through al-Yarubea crossing border with Iraq. The Minister was speaking at a session of the people's Assembly on Thursday, headed by Speaker Mohammad Jihad al-Laham to listen to answers of a number of ministers on questions raised by the MPs.
"The latest presidential statement of the UN Security Council on the humanitarian files in Syria has ignored crimes of the armed terrorist groups being carried out in a number of regions," al-Shammat said.
She affirmed that all accusations against the Syrian government on that file are presented by countries involved in the crisis in Syria and seeks training and financing terrorists with weapons and money.
" A big number of schools came out of services due to the terrorist attacks and changing parts of them to temporary shelters for the displaced, while other schools have received more than 2 million students… and this refutes the accusations of the statement," the Minister said.
She added that the UN statement has turned a blind eye on the flagrant violations of the terrorists in the domain of human trafficking and involving the children in the fighting.
Al-Shammat concluded that the average of the humanitarian aid offered by the international organizations won't exceed 25% of the overall aid, affirming that the Syrian government assumes the biggest part of the aid.

The Peoples' Assembly also approved a draft law on establishing the Higher Judicial Institute. The Institute aims at qualifying and training law students, lawyers and judges in various specializations.
Minister of Justice Najm al-Ahmad said the institute is a pioneer experience on the Arab region's level particularly in terms of specialized judiciary, clarifying that lawyers and judges will work in their specific specialization since their appointment in the lowest rung of the judicial ladder until retirement."
UN statement ignores crimes of terrorists in Syria US Message Board - Political Discussion Forum
Instead of Assad using his Air Force to barrel bomb, couldn't he use the Air Force instead to airlift needed humanitarian aid. After all, Western Allies organized the Berlin airlift to carry supplies to the people in West Berlin so Assad can organize something like this with the Air Force generals.
At first, the "care pakets" were dedicated to those with relatives in the US only, secondly, all the food for Westberlin was imported from the German Democratic Republic. Thirdly, the Syrian government is not going to drop supplies for the terrorists but organizes convoys for the civilians instead, as you can read.
 

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