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

    Al Qaeda has removed the cross from an Armenian church in Raqqa and burned its contents. Replaced the cross with a black Al Qaeda flag.


    Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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

      Bastards! They will see their "heaven" is not what they expected one day. They are already outlawed in Egypt. Their days are numbered.

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

        Originally posted by Federate View Post
        Al Qaeda has removed the cross from an Armenian church in Raqqa and burned its contents. Replaced the cross with a black Al Qaeda flag.



        Fits to the topic...

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

          ARMENIA-ASSIMILATED STATUE OF JESUS CHRIST ERECTED IN SYRIA

          11:51, 18 October, 2013

          YEREVAN, OCTOBER 18, ARMENPRESS: 39-meter-high bronze magnificent
          statue of Jesus Christ, assimilated in Armenia, was erected in
          Saidnaya, Syria on October 14. The statue, placed on the top of the
          Cherubs' Mountain, is called "I have come to save the world". It is
          one meter higher than the statue of Christ in Brazil.

          Armenpress reports, quoting Komsomolskaya Pravda, that during the
          three days of the dissembling of the statue, the war actions were
          suspended. The idea of placing the statue occurred five years ago
          to the businessman Yuri Gavrilov, who was assisted also by a Syrian
          businessman. Two days after the placing of the statue the author of
          the idea Yuri Gavrilov passed away, leaving behind him a magnificent
          work to Syria and the world

          http://armenpress.am/eng/news/737005...-in-syria.html
          Hayastan or Bust.

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

            Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
            ARMENIA-ASSIMILATED STATUE OF JESUS CHRIST ERECTED IN SYRIA

            11:51, 18 October, 2013

            YEREVAN, OCTOBER 18, ARMENPRESS: 39-meter-high bronze magnificent
            statue of Jesus Christ, assimilated in Armenia, was erected in
            Saidnaya, Syria on October 14. The statue, placed on the top of the
            Cherubs' Mountain, is called "I have come to save the world". It is
            one meter higher than the statue of Christ in Brazil.

            Armenpress reports, quoting Komsomolskaya Pravda, that during the
            three days of the dissembling of the statue, the war actions were
            suspended. The idea of placing the statue occurred five years ago
            to the businessman Yuri Gavrilov, who was assisted also by a Syrian
            businessman. Two days after the placing of the statue the author of
            the idea Yuri Gavrilov passed away, leaving behind him a magnificent
            work to Syria and the world

            http://armenpress.am/eng/news/737005...-in-syria.html
            Have they really got nothing better to do with their time and money given the state of things in Syria, even if the project was started years before Syria's current chaos. It'll be a "magnificent work" only until someone fires an rpg at it. And how did they get it into Syria - are flying in huge statues more important than food supplies or munition supplies? There are photos of the disassembled statue when still in Armenia, somewhere on the 'net.
            Last edited by bell-the-cat; 10-19-2013, 08:54 AM.
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            • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

              Yeh i was thinking the same thing..kinda strange story.
              Originally posted by bell-the-cat View Post
              Have they really got nothing better to do with their time and money given the state of things in Syria, even if the project was started years before Syria's current chaos. It'll be a "magnificent work" only until someone fires an rpg at it. And how did they get it into Syria - are flying in huge statues more important than food supplies or munition supplies? There are photos of the disassembled statue when still in Armenia, somewhere on the 'net.
              Hayastan or Bust.

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

                Seymour Hersh Alleges Obama Administration Lied on Syria Gas Attack

                http://news.yahoo.com/seymour-hersh-...204437397.html

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                surprise, surprise, the xxxxs hitting the fan real fast on this Syria fiasco.
                Too bad all of this is coming out too late for there to ever be a real state of Syria again, or to bring back the 120,000 dead, or to rebuild the Armenian communities there. All of that for some imperialist wet dream
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                • Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                  Update on the Armenian church in Raqqa -- it is now an Al Qaeda indoctrination center.

                  Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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

                    Yeh yeh like we didn't know already. USA making up bs to start war... As for the exchurch well it shows Turkey has not and will not ever change.
                    Last edited by Haykakan; 12-08-2013, 07:59 PM.
                    Hayastan or Bust.

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

                      Originally posted by Federate View Post
                      Update on the Armenian church in Raqqa -- it is now an Al Qaeda indoctrination center.

                      The protests started in September after jihadists raised their black flag over a church in Raqqa and turned it into their headquarters.

                      Now Raqqa, its population swollen by displaced families, may be the largest city in the world ever to be controlled by al-Qaeda.


                      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-24926584
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