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Posts Tagged ‘Syrian Observatory of Human Rights’

For the release of our compatriots and colleagues held in Baba Amr

Posted by seumasach on February 27, 2012

Thierry Meyssan


26th February, 2012

Our colleagues Marie Colvin (Sunday Times) and Remi Ochlik (IP3 Press) were killed on Wednesday, 22 February 2012, in the rebel-held area inside Homs.

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End of game in the Middle East

Posted by seumasach on February 15, 2012

Thierry Meyssan


14th February, 2012

Though the armed clashes are not completely over in the beleaguered district of Homs and that the Syrian and Lebanese authorities have yet to inform public opinion of their recent actions, Thierry Meyssan appeared Monday night on the leading Russian television channel to make an initial assessment of the operations, providing first-hand information which he is sharing with the readers of Voltaire Network.

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With the observers gone the lie industry is back in full swing

Posted by seumasach on February 7, 2012


5th February, 2012

On 4 February 2012, the media organizations of the War Party unanimously announced more than 200 deaths in Homs – a city “bleeding” -, the torture of children and “relentless” bombing. We are supposed to be witnessing the “most terrifying massacre” since the beginning of the “revolt“. Spontaneously, attacks were triggered during the night against the Syrian embassies in Washington, Cairo, Kuwait and London.

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