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Syria versus Foreign Enemies

December 2, 2012

Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011. Many people, including large numbers of army and security personnel, have been killed in the turmoil.

The Syrian government says the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants operating in the country are foreign nationals.

New Violences:

At least 15 Syrian civilians have been killed and 24 others injured in Homs car bomb attack, Many residential buildings were also damaged by the explosion which occurred near a mosque in Hamra district of the restive city on Sunday.

shows burnt cars after a car bomb exploded at the entrance to a cemetery (in the background) in the Jaramana district of Damascus, August 28, 2012.

Some of the injured are reported to be in critical conditions.
Meanwhile, Syrian forces have clashed with militants in al-Raqqa Province, inflicting heavy losses on them.

The Syrian army also killed tens of terrorists and seized large amounts of weapons in Skaa town in Damascus’ outskirts. Several explosive devices were also defused in the capital suburb of Daraya.

HIGHLIGHT:

Terrorists Weapons made of foreign countries like United State.

Last week Al Watan newspaper, published the names of 142 foreign militants from 18 countries, who were killed while fighting against the government. Almost 50 of those named were Saudi nationals. they were mostly extremists belonging to al-Qaeda or those who joined the terrorist organization after arriving in Syria. The terrorists had entered the country via Turkey and Lebanon.

At least 17 Lebanese Salafi militants have been killed during clashes with Syrian government forces in the border town of Tal Kalakh in Homs Province.

War messages from Doha,The Doha meeting was completely paid by the Emirate of Qatar, which has become -along with Saudi Arabia- the main sponsor of terrorist groups and activities in Syria. Some columnists claim that the tenure was further evidence that the al-Thani dynasty is willing to take over Syria by funding the opposition groups like it tried to do previously in Libya.

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