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'Terrorist' Hezbollah's stronghold:

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https://www.lorientlejour.com/article/96...venue.html

See the link above to an article in French discussing the return of Christmas to a Homs Syrian village after it was liberated by the 'Islamist terrorist' outfit Hezbollah.

It's entitled:

"Quand le Hezbollah est arrivé, la fête de Noël est revenue"

Translation:

'After Hezbollah arrived, Christmas celebrations returned.'
From what I see, the US Military establishment doesn't really recognize Lebanon as a state. Instead, they prefer to think of it as Hezbollah -> Iran controlled South and Syria -> Iran controlled North.

In reality, the Lebanese political system was designed to appear to solve sectarian/religious conflict, but it actually perpetuates it. Despite this, the Lebanese people are relatively moderate and well cultured and don't get into much trouble with each-other. They have Syria on one side trying to pull the political strings from the shadows, and Israel on the south with infiltrators, assassins, agent provocateurs, arsonists and a standing army.

I think Lebanon is doing well, all things considered.
(12-24-2015 12:14 PM)kungfool Wrote: [ -> ]From what I see, the US Military establishment doesn't really recognize Lebanon as a state. Instead, they prefer to think of it as Hezbollah -> Iran controlled South and Syria -> Iran controlled North.

In reality, the Lebanese political system was designed to appear to solve sectarian/religious conflict, but it actually perpetuates it. Despite this, the Lebanese people are relatively moderate and well cultured and don't get into much trouble with each-other. They have Syria on one side trying to pull the political strings from the shadows, and Israel on the south with infiltrators, assassins, agent provocateurs, arsonists and a standing army.

I think Lebanon is doing well, all things considered.


Agree.

The U.S. military establishment prefers to do the bidding of the terrorist state Israel (whose citizens could care less about America) and then convinces itself that it's acting patriotically. Meanwhile, the U.S. , domestically, continues to decline as a civilization, with hyper-sexualization, narcissism, and nihilism becoming the new normal.
Syrian president Dr. Bashar Al Assad and wife Asma visit a Christian church in Damascus:



(12-24-2015 01:56 PM)BRIC Countries Wrote: [ -> ]Syrian president Dr. Bashar Al Assad and wife Asma visit a Christian church in Damascus:




Assad seems like a great guy.
I watched his interview with the Czeck reporter a couple weeks ago.(https://youtu.be/TNJNkUOyQRc)
American propaganda is astonishingly effective, as long as everyone's kept busy...
(12-24-2015 04:20 PM)sparkuri Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-24-2015 01:56 PM)BRIC Countries Wrote: [ -> ]Syrian president Dr. Bashar Al Assad and wife Asma visit a Christian church in Damascus:




Assad seems like a great guy.
I watched his interview with the Czeck reporter a couple weeks ago.(https://youtu.be/TNJNkUOyQRc)
American propaganda is astonishingly effective, as long as everyone's kept busy...

Yes.

The video I posted also doesn't capture his interactions with the choir members. RT had posted a close up of the video, where he is shown joking with the choir members about "interrupting their practice". It came across as very natural dialogue.

The totality of the evidence suggests that, despite what the presstitudes of murder.inc (aka - the MSM) would have us believe, Assad is very much supported by a large number of Syrians.
Christmas celebrations in the Alawite heartland of President Bashar Al Assad:

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vs. in the world's only Middle East democracy Israel:

Quote:Dr-Abu Rayan Ziara ‏@Medo4Gaza Dec 23

Santa was shot by Israeli army infront of the apartheid wall in #Betlehem #Palestine!

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Quote: Hanan Shamoun ‏@HananShamounNL 9h9 hours ago

The Syrian Orthodox Patriarch with #NDF in #Sadad #Syria Clear message to those who pretend concern for HumanRights

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Quote: SAA Reporter ‏@Syria_Protector 16h16 hours ago

#SAA #Muslim Soldier with #Christian cross on his rifle butt, at the battlefield of #Jobar,
See "Sectarian Army"!!!!

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Christian denominations in Syria hold mass and prayers celebrating Christmas:



Quote:Hisham Al-Omeisy ‏@omeisy Dec 22

Christmas tree & deer shaped lights by generator in dark Sana'a street right now. Such a sweet sight! #Yemen

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