Assad regime kills dozen of Palestinians in Yarmouk - world yawns.

Wascurito

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The latest news from the Palestinian district of Yarmouk in Damascus is increasingly grim. It has been under non-stop bombardment by the Syrian regime over the last week who say they're trying to wipe out the last remnants of ISIS. However, the bombing is indiscriminate and even the regime itself admits that over 50 civilians have been killed, although based on previous experience, they underestimate the numbers they've killed.

Since mid-2014 Assad cut off water to Yarmouk. This blockade continues to this day. Water has to be smuggled in, for the roughly 20,000 people of Palestinian origin who remain, this being less than one-tenth of the 200,000 who used to live there.

The article below was posted 2 days ago.

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: The death and injury of about 15 citizens by shooting by the regime forces at the outskirts of Yarmouk raise to 50, the number of civilian deaths
 


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That's the problem with the so called Arab Nation they actually care FA about one another if they really cared the oil would be switched off and the issue solved, it wasn't so they don't.
 

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Netanyahu is as bad as the butcher of Aleppo.

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The latest news from the Palestinian district of Yarmouk in Damascus is increasingly grim. It has been under non-stop bombardment by the Syrian regime over the last week who say they're trying to wipe out the last remnants of ISIS. However, the bombing is indiscriminate and even the regime itself admits that over 50 civilians have been killed, although based on previous experience, they underestimate the numbers they've killed.

Since mid-2014 Assad cut off water to Yarmouk. This blockade continues to this day. Water has to be smuggled in, for the roughly 20,000 people of Palestinian origin who remain, this being less than one-tenth of the 200,000 who used to live there.

The article below was posted 2 days ago.

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: The death and injury of about 15 citizens by shooting by the regime forces at the outskirts of Yarmouk raise to 50, the number of civilian deaths
Well done President Al Assad and the Syrian Arab Army for defeating Islamist terrorists wherever they rear their ugly heads in Syria.
 

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That's the problem with the so called Arab Nation they actually care FA about one another if they really cared the oil would be switched off and the issue solved, it wasn't so they don't.
The Arab unity thing never really amounted to much and most Arab countries seem to have given up on Palestinian leaders.
 

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Well done President Al Assad and the Syrian Arab Army for defeating Islamist terrorists wherever they rear their ugly heads in Syria.
Three elderly "terrorists" being the most recent victims.....
 

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You've got your facts and figures all wrong!!!:D

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I know the facts. I've criticised that chinless dentist as much as anyone. But justifying Netanyahu's actions with "Assad does it too" is a piss poor deflection.
 

Cellachán Chaisil

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Three elderly "terrorists" being the most recent victims.....
So Netanyahu won't get your condemnation?

He'll use the exact same justification as Assad too.
 

Wascurito

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Netanyahu is as bad as the butcher of Aleppo.

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Honestly, I'm not a fan of Netanyahu but the folks in Yarmouk are trying to go about their daily business. They're not rioting or storming an international border.
 

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The Arab unity thing never really amounted to much and most Arab countries seem to have given up on Palestinian leaders.
Exactly, the Palestinian regime have painted themselves into a corner and have little or no frields, yes there will be empty rheroric from some nations but FA else.
 

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What happens in the Arab world should stay in the Arsb world just as long as its as far away as possible from Europe which unfortunately is struggling to do so.
 

Cellachán Chaisil

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Honestly, I'm not a fan of Netanyahu but the folks in Yarmouk are trying to go about their daily business. They're not rioting or storming an international border.
Ah yeah. Storming in wheelchairs.
 

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The latest news from the Palestinian district of Yarmouk in Damascus is increasingly grim. It has been under non-stop bombardment by the Syrian regime over the last week who say they're trying to wipe out the last remnants of ISIS. However, the bombing is indiscriminate and even the regime itself admits that over 50 civilians have been killed, although based on previous experience, they underestimate the numbers they've killed.

Since mid-2014 Assad cut off water to Yarmouk. This blockade continues to this day. Water has to be smuggled in, for the roughly 20,000 people of Palestinian origin who remain, this being less than one-tenth of the 200,000 who used to live there.

The article below was posted 2 days ago.

Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: The death and injury of about 15 citizens by shooting by the regime forces at the outskirts of Yarmouk raise to 50, the number of civilian deaths
Wascurito, now and again you start a thread worth reading.

This isn't one of them.

The Syrian civil war has been dragging on for longer than WWII, but maybe you didn't notice.

On a day when America's favourite leper colony has been butchering its opponents your choice of topic is, to be charitable, not intelligent.
 

Wascurito

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Wascurito, now and again you start a thread worth reading.

This isn't one of them.

The Syrian civil war has been dragging on for longer than WWII, but maybe you didn't notice.

On a day when America's favourite leper colony has been butchering its opponents your choice of topic is, to be charitable, not intelligent.
Please elaborate.
 


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