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Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

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  • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

    Originally posted by Mher View Post
    Or the fact that Syria is being condemned to hell for having civilian casualties when going after opposition militants who hide within civilians when America has killed thousands of civilians who have been deemed unavoidable “collateral damage”
    Everybody has blood on their hands. The illusion of one side being good the other side being bad is pretty disgusting.

    Originally posted by Armanen View Post
    I think the Israel leadership is divided over this issue. Some care more about getting at Iran, while others do not know what will happen should Assad go, and how that will affect the issue over the occupation of the Golan Heights as well as other facets in Syrian-Israeli relations. The leadership there is not monolithic and it is a mistake to treat them as such.
    Well I agree Israeli leadership will be divided, they are often divided, for example in Iran strike proposition. Though, as of now, it's the right wing/war hawks in control and they are vehemently looking for a way to weaken Iran. A puppet regime may accomplish, it may not. Depends if they are willing to take the risk.
    Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
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    "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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    • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

      http://asbarez.com/100986/turkey-blo...ess-to-israel/
      For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
      to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



      http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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      • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

        Turkey and Azerbaijan are on the opposite side of Israel lol
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        • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

          there's so much bullxxxx in that article that my bullxxxx detector imploded. It's all a play.

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          • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

            Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
            there's so much bullxxxx in that article that my bullxxxx detector imploded. It's all a play.
            Explain yourself.
            For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
            to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



            http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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            • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

              Originally posted by Armanen View Post
              Explain yourself.
              turkey is trying to distance itself from israel from the outside, to look neutral towards Iran, because it knows it could get entangled in a war with Iran, and it doesn't want that. Inside, it's all business as usual with israel, contracts still flowing as usual. it's all a show.

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              • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
                turkey is trying to distance itself from israel from the outside, to look neutral towards Iran, because it knows it could get entangled in a war with Iran, and it doesn't want that. Inside, it's all business as usual with israel, contracts still flowing as usual. it's all a show.
                I am not so sure of that. Turkey has made it clear that it will stand up to Iran if it sees a chance to further its interests, such as the ongoing crisis in Syria. Iran and Turkey are on 2 opposite sides and neither one is likely to switch their stances. We'll see how far or true the split between Ankara and Tel Aviv is in the near future.
                For the first time in more than 600 years, Armenia is free and independent, and we are therefore obligated
                to place our national interests ahead of our personal gains or aspirations.



                http://www.armenianhighland.com/main.html

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                • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                  Why did we abstain in the UN GA vote regarding Syria? While Iran and Russia voted against the biased resolution, we abstained
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                  • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                    "Why did we abstain in the UN GA vote regarding Syria? While Iran and Russia voted against the biased resolution, we abstained "

                    Maybe we were too harsh on Bel-the-Cat and he was right?

                    Becuase you know this is nothing but a game to some, and our people are going to get it again! I also feel very bad for Sooria as I think they are going to get crushed if this is not solved soon!

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                    • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                      Originally posted by Vahram View Post
                      "Why did we abstain in the UN GA vote regarding Syria? While Iran and Russia voted against the biased resolution, we abstained "

                      Maybe we were too harsh on Bel-the-Cat and he was right?

                      Becuase you know this is nothing but a game to some, and our people are going to get it again! I also feel very bad for Sooria as I think they are going to get crushed if this is not solved soon!
                      It was going to pass anyway. Our vote would have made no difference, so might as well done the right thing. It's like turning a blind eye to our Armenian community there by doing that.
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