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Turkey was quick to blame the Assad regime for two massive car bombs that killed 46 people in a town on the Syrian border. The Syrian Information Minister dismissed Turkey's accusations, claiming “this is not the behavior of the Syrian government.”
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What is the syrian regime?
now the question is when the world people will wake up and stand for Free Dome & Justice, STOP $$$
Syrian being mass-murdered because they Stands Next to Justice and of course Armenian Genocide,
Blame rests with who Erodgay sees in the mirror. He has a mirror everywhere.
Let Turkey have a taste of what their president Erdogan has been promoting and encouraging in Syria.
The only thing the jews and Turks are "good" - They enjoy it. It's what they do. Organs and all.
The only thing the jews and Turks are "good" for is molesting boys, camels, and donkeys.
@ John 13.05.2013 07:00
Very excellent Post, and how tragically true!!!
At any moment the Russians can annihilate the usa/NATO/SEATO from face of planet.
Every single day the jews are mass-murdering the Syrian people
The Russians literally created the Space-Age but who thanks them for it???
While millions of American citizens starve to death homeless in the streets or rot in the Ghettoes.
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