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The brother of Zarqawi, the former Iraqi al-Qaeda leader, Abu Jaylabib al Tubasi, was killed in fighting with the Syrian Army in Deraa the other day.
And people still think this “revolution” is peaceful?
These are literally the same exact terrorists that started sectarian violence in Iraq and attacked the shrines of Hussain (a.s.) and Imam al Askari (a.s.) there.
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In an effort to combat global marches calling for the collapse of the Assad Regime in Syria, the Syrian Government decided to hold its own “March for Syria” on Thursday, March 15, 2012. Whereas the global marches are small in attendance and partly coordinated and attended by many non-Syrians, hundreds of thousands of Syrians came out across their country today to make sure their voices were heard. They chanted slogans committing loyalty and support to Assad’s Baath Regime, for the changes he has promised, and against the ongoing foreign intervention through the funding of Syria’s opposition and the sending of foreign mercenaries to fight against the Syrian Army.
The demonstrations today drew many times over what the anti-regime protests ever did. Do you really care for Syria? Do you respect the choice of the Syrians? Their choice is Bashar al-Assad. Their choice is his proposal for partnership in peace and prosperity for Syria.
The following are photos from the demonstrations across Syria. The demonstrators aren’t Sunnis, Alawites, Christians, Shi’ites, or Druze. They are Syrians, which was all that mattered until the conflict broke out last year and the international community tried to fuel it into a sectarian conflict.