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The Truth About Syria

The purpose of this blog is to illustrate a perspective on the Syrian conflict that media stations like FOX News, Al-Jazeera, and CNN would never dare to show. Many have been deceived into thinking the situation in Syria is as simple as, "Bashar is killing his people." This blog disputes and challenges that claim. A lot of people do not know about the arms the protesters possess, the agenda they're trying to push, the popular support Bashar al-Assad enjoys, or who's really killing and being killed in Syria. This blog is in dedication to everyone who wishes Syria recover and that the bloodshed stop. There is one agenda for this page: to get you to think and hear about the perspective you have not been told.
Jun 9 '14
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Jun 3 '14
He voted with his blood. …

He voted with his blood. …

Jun 3 '14

thevoiceofsyria:

Syrian women from the National Defense forces taking part in the presidential elections in Syria. June 3rd.

Jun 3 '14
thevoiceofsyria:

President Bashar Al Assad and his wife participate in the presidential elections in Damascus today June 3rd.

thevoiceofsyria:

President Bashar Al Assad and his wife participate in the presidential elections in Damascus today June 3rd.

May 10 '14
marianasolayman:

More people need to realize that if a revolution needs outside support, it’s not a real revolution. Anyways this is too accurate

marianasolayman:

More people need to realize that if a revolution needs outside support, it’s not a real revolution. Anyways this is too accurate

(Source: systematicgenocide)

Apr 22 '14

Anonymous asked:

Thank you so much for this blog. I needed to know that someone still knows the truth about our president. I feel like I am surrounded by idiots. Keep posting.

you are very welcome :)

Apr 20 '14
thevoiceofsyria:

President Bashar Al Assad checking the damage done by extremists in Maaloula which was liberated few days before Easter. Coincidence?  I don’t think so.

Al Qalamoon front is now almost fully liberated and the borders with Lebanon are completely secured. This means no more fighters coming from Lebanon, and no more suicide attacks in both Syria, and Lebanon. Also, the western side of Damascus is now besieged and terrorists inside Ghouta (outskirts of Damascus) have no supply lines anymore. Thanks to Syrian Arab Army backed by the brave Hezbollah fighters.

If it was Maaoula on Easter, could it be Aleppo on Ramadan? Who knows. All we can say is inshalla.

thevoiceofsyria:

President Bashar Al Assad checking the damage done by extremists in Maaloula which was liberated few days before Easter. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

Al Qalamoon front is now almost fully liberated and the borders with Lebanon are completely secured. This means no more fighters coming from Lebanon, and no more suicide attacks in both Syria, and Lebanon. Also, the western side of Damascus is now besieged and terrorists inside Ghouta (outskirts of Damascus) have no supply lines anymore. Thanks to Syrian Arab Army backed by the brave Hezbollah fighters.

If it was Maaoula on Easter, could it be Aleppo on Ramadan? Who knows. All we can say is inshalla.

Apr 13 '14

Hello “The Truth About Syria”

Thanks for exposing the truth in the Syrian conflict, a lot of people is opening their eyes because you are working hard everyday making this. Thanks so much, and please, never ever stop, even if it’s a lo of job or you get depresive doing it, please never stop! Everyday new reports, it’s necessary to contiune explaining the pople worldwide what’s is going on in Syria. 

^thank you :)

Apr 10 '14
Apr 9 '14
thevoiceofsyria:

Fighters from the “Syrian Resistance” movement which operates in the mountains of Latakia.
The picture is taken in Kassab.

thevoiceofsyria:

Fighters from the “Syrian Resistance” movement which operates in the mountains of Latakia.
The picture is taken in Kassab.

Mar 25 '14
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Mar 20 '14
thevoiceofsyria:

Syrian army forces have managed to recapture a famous medieval castle “Krac des Chevaliers” “قلعة الحصن” near the western city of Homs after heavy fighting with militants surrounding the area.
The castle has been under opposition control for almost two years.
More details:
http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/03/20/355478/syria-forces-retake-historical-castle/

thevoiceofsyria:

Syrian army forces have managed to recapture a famous medieval castle “Krac des Chevaliers” “قلعة الحصن” near the western city of Homs after heavy fighting with militants surrounding the area.

The castle has been under opposition control for almost two years.

More details:

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/03/20/355478/syria-forces-retake-historical-castle/