Iran to Send Troops to Bolster Syria

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Iran is sending commanders from its elite Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps and hundreds of foot soldiers to Syria, according to current and former members of the corps.

The personnel moves come on top of what these people say are Tehran’s stepped-up efforts to aid the military of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with cash and arms. That would indicate that regional capitals are being drawn deeper into Syria’s conflict—and undergird a growing perception among Mr. Assad’s opponents that the regime’s military is increasingly strained.

A commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, or IRGC, appeared to offer Iran’s first open acknowledgment of its military involvement in Syria.

“Today we are involved in fighting every aspect of a war, a military one in Syria and a cultural one as well,” Gen. Salar Abnoush, commander of IRGC’s Saheb al-Amr unit, told volunteer trainees in a speech Monday. The comments, reported by the Daneshjoo news agency, which is run by regime-aligned students, couldn’t be independently verified. Top Iranian officials had previously said the country isn’t involved in the conflict.

Iran has long trained members of the Syrian security apparatus in cybersecurity and spying on dissidents, U.S. officials and Syrian opposition members have said. The decision to send Iranian personnel comes after rebel attacks this summer in Syria’s biggest cities, Damascus and Aleppo, in particular an explosion in July that killed four members of Mr. Assad’s inner circle, according to the people familiar with the IRGC.

Syria’s regime is increasingly relying on a core of loyalists to conduct operations, say Syrian opposition members and rebel fighters. In recent weeks, Mr. Assad’s army has been hobbled by defections, losing territory in Kurdish areas as well as near Turkey’s border, these people say. On Monday, a Syrian military helicopter crashed in a ball of fire in Damascus, according to the Associated Press, citing activists and video footage.

Syria’s uprising has placed Iran in a foreign-policy predicament. As the Arab Spring unfolded in countries including Libya, Egypt and Bahrain, the Islamic Republic cast its own revolution as an inspiration for the uprisings.

But Tehran didn’t support the protesters in Syria—its closest ally in the region, the conduit between it and the Lebanese Shiite militant and political group Hezbollah, and a gateway for Iranian influence in the Arab world. Iran’s most influential voices, including its supreme leader and the political and military power structures, have steadfastly supported Syria’s president and, like Mr. Assad, have blamed the country’s violence on foreign meddling and terrorists.

But in continuing to support Mr. Assad, Tehran’s popular support in the region appears to have waned. Some elements of the government appear to be hedging bets: In the past few months, Iran’s Foreign Ministry has reached out to some Syrian opposition members, offering to mediate between the two sides.

Those efforts appear to be overshadowed now by Iran’s support for the Syrian military in its fight against the rebel insurgency, according to analysts and the former and current guard members.

“One of Iran’s wings will be broken if Assad falls. They are now using all their contacts from Iraq to Lebanon to keep him power,” Mohsen Sazegara, a founding IRGC member who now opposes the Iranian regime and lives in exile in the U.S., said by telephone.

On Thursday, Iran’s defense minister publicly signaled a shift. If Syria fails to put down the uprising, Iran would send military help based on a mutual defense agreement between the two countries, two Iranian newspapers quoted Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi as saying. Syria hadn’t asked for assistance yet, he added.

“Syria is managing this situation very well on its own,” he said. “But if the government can’t resolve the crisis on its own, then based on their request we will fulfill our mutual defense-security pact.”

Syria’s crisis tops the agenda at the summit of Non-Aligned Movement nations this week in Tehran. Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said Thursday that Iran would announce a surprise peace plan for Syria during the five-day conference, which started Sunday.

In Tehran, Syrian National Reconciliation Minister Ali Haidar met Monday with several Iranian officials and expressed Syria’s gratitude. “The people of Syria will never forget the support of Iran during these difficult times,” Mr. Haidar said, according to Iranian media.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final word in all state matters, has appointed Qasim Solaimani, the commander of the elite Quds Forces, to spearhead military cooperation with Mr. Assad and his forces, according to an IRGC member in Tehran with knowledge about deployments to Syria.

The Quds Forces are the IRGC’s operatives outside Iran, responsible for training proxy militants and exporting the revolution’s ideology. The U.S. blames the Quds Forces for terrorist attacks in Afghanistan and Iraq.

“Solaimani has convinced Mr. Khamenei that Iran’s borders extend beyond geographic frontiers, and fighting for Syria is an integral part of keeping the Shiite Crescent intact,” said the IRGC member in Tehran. The so-called Crescent, which came together after Saddam Hussein’s fall, includes Shiites from Iran, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria.

Iran is now sending hundreds of rank-and-file members of the IRGC and the basij—a plainclothes volunteer militia answering to the guards—to Damascus, said two people in the IRGC familiar with the movements.

Many of the Iranian troops hail from IRGC units outside Tehran, these people say, particularly from Iran’s Azerbaijan and Kurdistan regions where they have experience dealing with ethnic separatist movements. They are replacing low-ranking Syrian soldiers who have defected to the Syrian opposition, these people said, and mainly assume non-fighting roles such as guarding weapons caches and helping to run military bases.

Iran is also deploying IRGC commanders to guide Syrian forces in battle strategy and Quds commanders to help with military intelligence, Mr. Sazegara and the current IRGC members said.

On the other side of Syria’s conflict, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have funded and armed opposition rebels, while Turkey has allowed them to keep an unofficial base near Syria’s border. Foreign Arab fighters, many of them extremist Jihadist, have also flocked to Syria to fight alongside rebels.

Iran has also started moving military aid and cash to Syria through Iranian companies in Iraq, such as a construction company owned by a former IRGC member now living in Iraq and a tour company servicing pilgrims to holy Shiite sites, said Mr. Sazegara and a person in Iran familiar with the construction company.

The IRGC and Syrian forces are working together to free 48 Iranian hostages kidnapped by a unit of the opposition Free Syrian Army this month, according to two IRGC officials in Tehran as well as comments from an Iranian parliamentarian in Damascus this week.

Iran at first denied the kidnapped Iranians had any link with the IRGC. But Mr. Salehi later said some of the hostages were retired members of the IRGC, calling them Iran’s “most dear and beloved.” Iranian opposition media, meanwhile, have named four of the men, calling them current IRGC commanders from various Iranian provinces.

Iran’s ambassador to Syria said recently that the hostages’ whereabouts have been determined and that Iran is negotiation with Syria on how to rescue them, Iranian media reported. The envoy also said Iran and Syria had formed a joint committee, with intelligence, policy and military experts, for the rescue mission. Iranian media said Monday that this committee sends Mr. Assad regular updates of their findings.

WSJ

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82 responses to “Iran to Send Troops to Bolster Syria”

  1. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    Oh Gee Mr. Snowden. Is this some form of foreign ‘outside interference’ ??
    We already saw their work in 2009.
    I suppose they haven’t had many heads to beat on lately.

  2. 5thDrawer Avatar
    5thDrawer

    Oh Gee Mr. Snowden. Is this some form of foreign ‘outside interference’ ??

  3. rossoferrari Avatar
    rossoferrari

    The iranian “BAIL OUT” is suicidal. Reading this report indicates how involved iran is in syria. The truth that all shias deny was uncovered again in this editorial: “Shiite Crescent intact”. So the ayatollas and followers do have a plan to maintain and expand their territory through their agent zabrallah. And yes, this move is very dangerous as it will open the doors to others to move in as well. The flip side of the coin is the syrian regime calls itself the resistance against the zionists, yet 18 months later they have not made a dent in what they call a “group of thugs and terrorists” and are calling for support and rescue from iran. Imagine what would happen if they entered into a military conflict with israel!!!! All considered, ass assad will self destroy because of his paranoia. He does not know when someone is going to turn against him, even his wife left him in the dust may be for another MAN.

    1. Moe2000 Avatar

      Your Saud king has a lollipop for you and when your done with him Netanyahoo wants to see you next.

      1. Constantin7 Avatar
        Constantin7

        Moe,

        Nobody wants these criminal wahabis and taliban/alqaeda, but what Bashar is doing in Syria is attracting these extremists to justify their fight and their existence. Bashar’s actions are a fuel to the wahabi’s and extremists….don’t you see that ?
        Now if the Iranians are going to send troops, I bet other countries are going to send counter troops and be more involved openly…..This is becoming a mess….because one idiot Syrian / Homsy president who prefers to stay in power at any price by destroying his country and killing his own people and at the same time flare a sunni/shia conflict beyond Bashar’s imagination that could affect all the minorities all over the middle east including the shiaa, the christians and the alawites. I bet the turks now are thinking of being involved militarily too.

        1. Moe2000 Avatar

          What about Bahrain the USA is still sending arms to the bahraini government? or do we choose based on secterianisim and puppet dictators?

        2. ive said it before and il say it again…EVERYONE is in syria the iranians,saudis,qataris,americans,rusians,chinese,british,turks,french,israelis,pakistanis,indonesians,lybyians…the saudis are paying people left right and centre to come in and fight and its not about assad …i can tell you that people are being sent to go and kill shia…..its absolutely crazy….we need to call a spade a spade bro the syrian conflict has become bigger than whats on the ground…its about nations now this is not going to be resolved on the ground…unfortunately the people always come last….when these countries decide to stop it they will…syria has just become a battle ground now….its sad and its pathetic because somewhere along the line it was suppossed to be about change and democracy….the media that we see is obviously all one sided but there is another ugly side happening we dont see or here unless we look for it….

        3. wahabis and salafite no like nobodi mr they kill people that r no salafites mr

        4. $31060015 Avatar
          $31060015

          A lot of what you have said I agree with, however as for Basher killing his own people. This is incorrect. Why is it so hard to believe that the free Syrian Terrorist are the ones killing most of the innocent.

          You see not only is there a military war against Syria, there is also a media war going on which has proved to be more detrimental than the actual war on the ground.Just ask yourself which media stations say that Basher is killing his own people, then ask yourself who owns them. The very same people who are financing the war against Syria. Could this just be a coincidence. I don’t think so.

      2. Constantin7 Avatar
        Constantin7

        Moe,

        Nobody wants these criminal wahabis and taliban/alqaeda, but what Bashar is doing in Syria is attracting these extremists to justify their fight and their existence. Bashar’s actions are a fuel to the wahabi’s and extremists….don’t you see that ?
        Now if the Iranians are going to send troops, I bet other countries are going to send counter troops and be more involved openly…..This is becoming a mess….because one idiot Syrian / Homsy president who prefers to stay in power at any price by destroying his country and killing his own people and at the same time flare a sunni/shia conflict beyond Bashar’s imagination that could affect all the minorities all over the middle east including the shiaa, the christians and the alawites. I bet the turks now are thinking of being involved militarily too.

        1. wahabis and salafite no like nobodi mr they kill people that r no salafites mr

        2. $31060015 Avatar
          $31060015

          A lot of what you have said I agree with, however as for Basher killing his own people. This is incorrect. Why is it so hard to believe that the free Syrian Terrorist are the ones killing most of the innocent.

          You see not only is there a military war against Syria, there is also a media war going on which has proved to be more detrimental than the actual war on the ground.Just ask yourself which media stations say that Basher is killing his own people, then ask yourself who owns them. The very same people who are financing the war against Syria. Could this just be a coincidence. I don’t think so.

      3. rossoferrari Avatar
        rossoferrari

        Are you one of the stooges or what. It will be better if you call yourself mohamad or muhamad or…You became westernized and changed your name to moe because you act like a moe and you keep on asking for more. BTW, your opinion does not count because you are biased, and probably you are an iranian and you are not objective. So cut it out and get your head out of the sand, you cannot face the truth so you turn your comments to insults. Shame on you. ass assad is gone, iran is going to be a dump as it is now. I am no proponent of the sunnis, I do not like anyone in the ME, you are all traitors, backstabbers,idiots, child killers, women abusers, opportunists,selfish and the bulk of the lowest denominators. That is not an insult to the good people and god fearing citizen of the ME, it is addressed to individuals like you, who blindly covet the ill will on others. Have a blessed day.

        1. Moe2000 Avatar

          I have no quarrels with any western people . All i care about is a the end of Zionism, sectarianism,  hegemonic colonialism, and last but not least imperialism. These are true problems in the middle east today all for oil and stealing Arab land. Selling weapons to the Bahraini government to kill it’s people and arming  the Syrian terrorists to over throw it’s government doesn’t ring a bell to you?

        2. Moe2000 Avatar

           Where was the outrage when the house of saud sent 20,000 troops to Bahrain!!! No naming calling SaudZub then right?

      4. rossoferrari Avatar
        rossoferrari

        Are you one of the stooges or what. It will be better if you call yourself mohamad or muhamad or…You became westernized and changed your name to moe because you act like a moe and you keep on asking for more. BTW, your opinion does not count because you are biased, and probably you are an iranian and you are not objective. So cut it out and get your head out of the sand, you cannot face the truth so you turn your comments to insults. Shame on you. ass assad is gone, iran is going to be a dump as it is now. I am no proponent of the sunnis, I do not like anyone in the ME, you are all traitors, backstabbers,idiots, child killers, women abusers, opportunists,selfish and the bulk of the lowest denominators. That is not an insult to the good people and god fearing citizen of the ME, it is addressed to individuals like you, who blindly covet the ill will on others. Have a blessed day.

      5. $31060015 Avatar
        $31060015

        Moe, when it come to killing innocent Alawites and Shiites, most people on this site close a blind eye. But as soon as the table is turned their true colours start to come out. It is quite simply, its called racism bro. They are so scared of Iran, Syria and Hezbollah that just the thought of those three brings a chill down their spine. 

        1. 5thDrawer Avatar
          5thDrawer

          How can it be racist?

          Seems to be a huge misunderstanding of what ‘race’ is. Most of the time.
          Now, if you want to talk about silly ancient cultures … or stupid religious differences … fine.
           But race?
          No.

        2. Constantin7 Avatar
          Constantin7

          I disagree with you AntiFSA, I am completely against the killing of any innocent people whoever they are. But in Syria, Bashar started to kill innocent unarmed demonstrators just because they wanted him out of power after 40 years in power. Myself, as a Christian do sympathize a lot with the Shiaa and the Alawites who have been persecuted by the Sunni since the beginning of Islam. I do recognize the open mindedness of the shiaa and the alawites, especially the alawites because I believe they are the most “secular” among all muslims and don’t have a hidden agenda for islamizing the world as Sunnis do. Again, what Bashar is doing is completely innaceptable as more than 95% of his victims are innocent people who are in their vast majority sunnis. Bashar’s actions are provoking the reaction of the remaining 5% extremists in the society. I am completely against salafis, wahhabis, and all extremists, but as a human being I cannot at all support Bashar’s actions against his own people, just because they want him out of power. I just hope seeing him leave before Syria and the region is torn apart. 

        3. MeYosemite Avatar
          MeYosemite

          Most people on this site don’t want any innocent killing regardless of race or religion.

    2. Moe2000 Avatar

      People back Bashar because they do not want to be ruled by Al Qaeda/Taliban/Wahhabi’s that killed 13 people in Afghanistan for listening to music. Or Poison school girls for attending school i can go on and on in Syria also….

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        Yes to all that for the reasons, which are just as insane … and don’t forget the pile of ‘state’ executions in Iraq … but this is not ‘people’ who wish for justice and freedom by backing Assad.

        1. Patience2 Avatar
          Patience2

           I don’t like Assad but what about the alternatives?  Getting rid of Assad is necessary but the aftermath may be just as horrible.

      2. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        Yes to all that for the reasons, which are just as insane … and don’t forget the pile of ‘state’ executions in Iraq … but this is not ‘people’ who wish for justice and freedom by backing Assad.

      3. rossoferrari Avatar
        rossoferrari

        Moe, I take your statement at heart, but there is no turning back. Realignment, adaptation and reality are the new game in town.

      4. rossoferrari Avatar
        rossoferrari

        Moe, I take your statement at heart, but there is no turning back. Realignment, adaptation and reality are the new game in town.

      5. MeYosemite Avatar
        MeYosemite

        The possibilities are beyond bashar or Wahhabism.

      6. MeYosemite Avatar
        MeYosemite

        The possibilities are beyond bashar or Wahhabism.

  4. rossoferrari Avatar
    rossoferrari

    The iranian “BAIL OUT” is suicidal. Reading this report indicates how involved iran is in syria. The truth that all shias deny was uncovered again in this editorial: “Shiite Crescent intact”. So the ayatollas and followers do have a plan to maintain and expand their territory through their agent zabrallah. And yes, this move is very dangerous as it will open the doors to others to move in as well. The flip side of the coin is the syrian regime calls itself the resistance against the zionists, yet 18 months later they have not made a dent in what they call a “group of thugs and terrorists” and are calling for support and rescue from iran. Imagine what would happen if they entered into a military conflict with israel!!!! All considered, ass assad will self destroy because of his paranoia. He does not know when someone is going to turn against him, even his wife left him in the dust may be for another MAN.

  5. rossoferrari Avatar
    rossoferrari

    The iranian “BAIL OUT” is suicidal. Reading this report indicates how involved iran is in syria. The truth that all shias deny was uncovered again in this editorial: “Shiite Crescent intact”. So the ayatollas and followers do have a plan to maintain and expand their territory through their agent zabrallah. And yes, this move is very dangerous as it will open the doors to others to move in as well. The flip side of the coin is the syrian regime calls itself the resistance against the zionists, yet 18 months later they have not made a dent in what they call a “group of thugs and terrorists” and are calling for support and rescue from iran. Imagine what would happen if they entered into a military conflict with israel!!!! All considered, ass assad will self destroy because of his paranoia. He does not know when someone is going to turn against him, even his wife left him in the dust may be for another MAN.

    1. Moe2000 Avatar

      Your Saud king has a lollipop for you and when your done with him Netanyahoo wants to see you next.

      1. Constantin7 Avatar
        Constantin7

        Moe,

        Nobody wants these criminal wahabis and taliban/alqaeda, but what Bashar is doing in Syria is attracting these extremists to justify their fight and their existence. Bashar’s actions are a fuel to the wahabi’s and extremists….don’t you see that ?
        Now if the Iranians are going to send troops, I bet other countries are going to send counter troops and be more involved openly…..This is becoming a mess….because one idiot Syrian / Homsy president who prefers to stay in power at any price by destroying his country and killing his own people and at the same time flare a sunni/shia conflict beyond Bashar’s imagination that could affect all the minorities all over the middle east including the shiaa, the christians and the alawites. I bet the turks now are thinking of being involved militarily too.

        1. Moe2000 Avatar

          What about Bahrain the USA is still sending arms to the bahraini government? or do we choose based on secterianisim and puppet dictators?

        2. ive said it before and il say it again…EVERYONE is in syria the iranians,saudis,qataris,americans,rusians,chinese,british,turks,french,israelis,pakistanis,indonesians,lybyians…the saudis are paying people left right and centre to come in and fight and its not about assad …i can tell you that people are being sent to go and kill shia…..its absolutely crazy….we need to call a spade a spade bro the syrian conflict has become bigger than whats on the ground…its about nations now this is not going to be resolved on the ground…unfortunately the people always come last….when these countries decide to stop it they will…syria has just become a battle ground now….its sad and its pathetic because somewhere along the line it was suppossed to be about change and democracy….the media that we see is obviously all one sided but there is another ugly side happening we dont see or here unless we look for it….

        3. wahabis and salafite no like nobodi mr they kill people that r no salafites mr

        4. AntiFSA Avatar

          A lot of what you have said I agree with, however as for Basher killing his own people. This is incorrect. Why is it so hard to believe that the free Syrian Terrorist are the ones killing most of the innocent.

          You see not only is there a military war against Syria, there is also a media war going on which has proved to be more detrimental than the actual war on the ground.Just ask yourself which media stations say that Basher is killing his own people, then ask yourself who owns them. The very same people who are financing the war against Syria. Could this just be a coincidence. I don’t think so.

      2. rossoferrari Avatar
        rossoferrari

        Are you one of the stooges or what. It will be better if you call yourself mohamad or muhamad or…You became westernized and changed your name to moe because you act like a moe and you keep on asking for more. BTW, your opinion does not count because you are biased, and probably you are an iranian and you are not objective. So cut it out and get your head out of the sand, you cannot face the truth so you turn your comments to insults. Shame on you. ass assad is gone, iran is going to be a dump as it is now. I am no proponent of the sunnis, I do not like anyone in the ME, you are all traitors, backstabbers,idiots, child killers, women abusers, opportunists,selfish and the bulk of the lowest denominators. That is not an insult to the good people and god fearing citizen of the ME, it is addressed to individuals like you, who blindly covet the ill will on others. Have a blessed day.

        1. Moe2000 Avatar

          I have no quarrels with any western people . All i care about is a the end of Zionism, sectarianism,  hegemonic colonialism, and last but not least imperialism. These are true problems in the middle east today all for oil and stealing Arab land. Selling weapons to the Bahraini government to kill it’s people and arming  the Syrian terrorists to over throw it’s government doesn’t ring a bell to you?

        2. Moe2000 Avatar

           Where was the outrage when the house of saud sent 20,000 troops to Bahrain!!! No naming calling SaudZub then right?

      3. AntiFSA Avatar

        Moe, when it come to killing innocent Alawites and Shiites, most people on this site close a blind eye. But as soon as the table is turned their true colours start to come out. It is quite simply, its called racism bro. They are so scared of Iran, Syria and Hezbollah that just the thought of those three brings a chill down their spine. 

        1. 5thDrawer Avatar
          5thDrawer

          How can it be racist?

          Seems to be a huge misunderstanding of what ‘race’ is. Most of the time.
          Now, if you want to talk about silly ancient cultures … or stupid religious differences … fine.
           But race?
          No.

        2. Constantin7 Avatar
          Constantin7

          I disagree with you AntiFSA, I am completely against the killing of any innocent people whoever they are. But in Syria, Bashar started to kill innocent unarmed demonstrators just because they wanted him out of power after 40 years in power. Myself, as a Christian do sympathize a lot with the Shiaa and the Alawites who have been persecuted by the Sunni since the beginning of Islam. I do recognize the open mindedness of the shiaa and the alawites, especially the alawites because I believe they are the most “secular” among all muslims and don’t have a hidden agenda for islamizing the world as Sunnis do. Again, what Bashar is doing is completely innaceptable as more than 95% of his victims are innocent people who are in their vast majority sunnis. Bashar’s actions are provoking the reaction of the remaining 5% extremists in the society. I am completely against salafis, wahhabis, and all extremists, but as a human being I cannot at all support Bashar’s actions against his own people, just because they want him out of power. I just hope seeing him leave before Syria and the region is torn apart. 

        3. MeYosemite Avatar
          MeYosemite

          Most people on this site don’t want any innocent killing regardless of race or religion.

    2. Moe2000 Avatar

      People back Bashar because they do not want to be ruled by Al Qaeda/Taliban/Wahhabi’s that killed 13 people in Afghanistan for listening to music. Or Poison school girls for attending school i can go on on in Syria also….

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        Yes to all that for the reasons, which are just as insane … and don’t forget the pile of ‘state’ executions in Iraq … but this is not ‘people’ who wish for justice and freedom by backing Assad.

        1. Patience2 Avatar
          Patience2

           I don’t like Assad but what about the alternatives?  Getting rid of Assad is necessary but the aftermath may be just as horrible.

      2. rossoferrari Avatar
        rossoferrari

        Moe, I take your statement at heart, but there is no turning back. Realignment, adaptation and reality are the new game in town.

      3. MeYosemite Avatar
        MeYosemite

        The possibilities are beyond bashar or Wahhabism.

  6. Fauzia45 Avatar

    Iran is sending troops to defend itself!!

  7. Fauzia45 Avatar

    Iran is sending troops to defend itself!!

  8. Fauzia45 Avatar

    Iran is sending troops to defend itself!!

  9. These Revolutionary Guard Corp manures are nothing but a bunch useless ,  coward , very illiterate animals, chosen from the bottom tier of the society specifically chosen because of their inferiority complex towards other Iranians but who are being depicted by western Zionist controlled media as a force to be reckoned with ..These pieces of human excrement are famous for their BESTIALITY INSTINCTS , starting with their own boot camp fellows

    1.  This comment should be removed this person is abusive it’s  a disgusting language no class or manners.

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        But it wasn’t personal Wafa … ;-))) 

        ( Or ….. hmmmm …)

        1. $31060015 Avatar
          $31060015

          That’s were you wrong 5th, Its always personal

        2. $31060015 Avatar
          $31060015

          That’s were you wrong 5th, Its always personal

        3. Persistent Avatar
          Persistent

          lol..

        4. Persistent Avatar
          Persistent

          lol..

      2. Mahdi Kenaani Avatar
        Mahdi Kenaani

        yeah i agree, but yalibnan doesnt remove comments written by zionists

  10. These Revolutionary Guard Corp manures are nothing but a bunch very  coward , illiterate animals, chosen from the bottom tier of the society  to be solely ready to kill themselves for bunch of M I  6 /C I A puppets called Mullahs .These pieces of human excrement are famous for their BESTIALITY INSTINCTS , starting with their own boot camp fellows

    1.  This comment should be removed this person is abusive it’s  a disgusting language no class or manners.

      1. 5thDrawer Avatar
        5thDrawer

        But it wasn’t personal Wafa … ;-))) 

        ( Or ….. hmmmm …)

        1. AntiFSA Avatar

          That’s were you wrong 5th, Its always personal

        2. Persistent Avatar
          Persistent

          Had this denigration been directed at another group of people or nationality, I wonder what the response would have been?  

          It is sad that someone gets pleasure out of insulting others regardless of who they are……and people give “like”… We are heading into abysmal hole….  

      2. Mahdi Kenaani Avatar
        Mahdi Kenaani

        yeah i agree, but yalibnan doesnt remove comments written by zionists

  11. Beauty-Full-Lebanon Avatar
    Beauty-Full-Lebanon

    Some how , the ( now) Arab land is meant to be attacked, occupied, or used by foreigners, 
    and Arabs , some how, respect or prefer or depend on other nations and not their own

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Well Beautiful …. If you’re contemplating that, then you first need to contemplate why many advancements of those nasty ‘foreigners’, which do not slot neatly into certain ‘belief systems’, are forever going to be described as being against some great deity, and therefore punishable in many very repugnant ways by some crowds of ‘believers’; who, even if they can see advantages to change and wish it, are loath to free themselves from a tyrannical grip.
      What, indeed, can one believe?
      Rock ‘n’ Roll music was once described as the ‘devil’s music’ which sucked decency right out of young minds, after all. And the way those ‘made-crazy kids’ danced to it was just plain evil. But some could admit that record-breaking was similar to book-burning, and decided to let it go on …. shaking their heads sadly all the while, of course.
      I can tell you from personal experience that it was damn hard to drag a record-player, a speaker, and a stack of records to a friend’s house. (MY choice of punishment. 🙂
      Now I carry a zip-chip … some didn’t think a deity required that punishment – not even for rap-crap. :-))))

    2. MeYosemite Avatar
      MeYosemite

      Probably this should read as
      Somehow the Arab can’t agree to defend their lands,
      And somehow they invite other nations to meddle with their land

  12. Beauty-Full-Lebanon Avatar
    Beauty-Full-Lebanon

    Some how , the ( now) Arab land is meant to be attacked, occupied, or used by foreigners, 
    and Arabs , some how, respect or prefer or depend on other nations and not their own

  13. Beauty-Full-Lebanon Avatar
    Beauty-Full-Lebanon

    Some how , the ( now) Arab land is meant to be attacked, occupied, or used by foreigners, 
    and Arabs , some how, respect or prefer or depend on other nations and not their own

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Well Beautiful …. If you’re contemplating that, then you first need to contemplate why many advancements of those nasty ‘foreigners’, which do not slot neatly into certain ‘belief systems’, are forever going to be described as being against some great deity, and therefore punishable in many very repugnant ways by some crowds of ‘believers’; who, even if they can see advantages to change and wish it, are loath to free themselves from a tyrannical grip.
      What, indeed, can one believe?
      Rock ‘n’ Roll music was once described as the ‘devil’s music’ which sucked decency right out of young minds, after all. And the way those ‘made-crazy kids’ danced to it was just plain evil. But some could admit that record-breaking was similar to book-burning, and decided to let it go on …. shaking their heads sadly all the while, of course.
      I can tell you from personal experience that it was damn hard to drag a record-player, a speaker, and a stack of records to a friend’s house. (MY choice of punishment. 🙂
      Now I carry a zip-chip … some didn’t think a deity required that punishment – not even for rap-crap. :-))))

    2. MeYosemite Avatar
      MeYosemite

      Probably this should read as
      Somehow the Arab can’t agree to defend their lands,
      And somehow they invite other nations to meddle with their land

  14. Hannibal Avatar

    The United Arabs will send American Troops to counteract as there are no real fighting men in Arabia… LOL
    OOPS sorry except in Tripoli Lebanon… He He

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Errrr … thanks for remembering Tripoli, Hannibal …. I think. 😉

    2. salafites no figth mr like boom boom mr

    3. salafites no figth mr like boom boom mr

  15. The United Arabs will send American Troops to counteract as there are no real fighting men in Arabia… LOL

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar
      5thDrawer

      Errrr … thanks for remembering Tripoli, Hannibal …. I think. 😉

    2. salafites no figth mr like boom boom mr

  16. Mahdi Kenaani Avatar
    Mahdi Kenaani

    thank you iran

  17. Mahdi Kenaani Avatar
    Mahdi Kenaani

    thank you iran

  18. Mahdi Kenaani Avatar
    Mahdi Kenaani

    thank you iran

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