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Syria clamps down on dissent with beatings

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danielost

i dont have a link.

this just out on fox. syria has arrested a man for spying. in a video he says he was paid 17 dollars to take photos of the protests.

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Persia

Yesterday and Today :

Edited by Karlis
Deleted graphich violence video

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Today, Daraa city - 1/4/2011 - April

demonstrations in Daraa city - Syria - for freedom and democracy

And to topple the regime of dictator Bashar al-Assad

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Karlis

Please do not post video clips which breach any of the following:

2a. Offensive material: Do not post anything that is excessively violent, sexually explicit, depicts images of death, gore or that is of an otherwise overly graphic nature.

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Thank you Karlis.

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Black Red Devil

Witness: Daraa tense as troops, security forces flood city

http://edition.cnn.c...8/syria.unrest/

:lol: Just to put it into perspective, they've got a long way to go before they catch up with Italy who has changed a Govt 62 times since WWII.

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Black Red Devil

Please do not post video clips which breach any of the following:

2a. Offensive material: Do not post anything that is excessively violent, sexually explicit, depicts images of death, gore or that is of an otherwise overly graphic nature.

Definitely nothing violent etc. in those last three videos. Infact there was absolutely nothing but a bunch of people walking down a main street. :unsure2:

To Persia, I don't know how these videos are proof of unrest, dissent or turbulence!

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Ealiar101

The number of people in a protest is less than you think. The media is oversizing it way too much, and since most of Syria's population is not "civilized" not much of them understand freedom yet.

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Emboldened protesters speak out in Middle East; four are killed in Syria

http://www.boston.com/news/world/africa/articles/2011/04/02/emboldened_protesters_speak_out_in_middle_east_four_are_killed_in_syria/

Four were shot dead outside Damascus as police fired on a crowd chanting "freedom."

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/nation_world/119108569.html

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Syrian police release scores of protesters

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WoIverine

"Syria clamps down on dissent with beatings"

Sad to hear that, but...LOL! Best article title, evar!

Edited by SpiderCyde

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Shooting erupts in seaport of Baniyas

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-13029631

I have many movies that have given me about the protests in Syria but Mr MOD told me..I can not put them here! :mellow:

The thing is very serious now.they are killing people,like what is doing the radical islamist in Iran :angry:

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