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Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 8:17 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Hi Again Friends,

Here is a quick update on the last post. If you haven’t read it, I invite you to read it before reading this one.

There has been accusation and counter-accusation over the last couple of weeks, with the US and co stating they have evidence Assad is planning a chemical attack on Idlib province, without actually saying what the evidence is. Meanwhile, Russia is saying that the US/UK is preparing another false flag attack, presumably carried out by their beloved (jihadist) rebels, which mainstream media would then pin on Assad, and the West has another pretext to bomb Syria.

Personally, I don’t have 100% proof on who is telling the truth on this occasion. I know that Assad/Russia/etc are far from perfect, but I also know that the west has a proven record when it comes to carrying out false flag attacks, including in Syria. Moreover, the west is the main driver of the globalist agenda. Telling lies, manipulation and forgery, all covered over by a furrowed brow, concerned looking face and talk of things like ‘Human rights‘ are the stock and trade of the government-media complex in the west.

Here is an article on the situation from debkafile, offering an Israeli perspective: ... ce-israel/

Here is another article that delves more specifically into concerns of an imminent false flag attack, albeit from a western mainstream source: ... 29681.html

Time will tell on this. Remember, Assad has nothing to gain from launching a gas attack on civilians. Absolutely nothing. But who has something to gain? Of course, the western-backed rebels.

May the Lord thwart such plans if they really are in the works, and let truth and justice come to Syria.

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:13 am
by Real
Keep us posted and thanks. *JesusSign* *Computer*

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:16 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Thanks, Real.

Latest info is that a Syrian/Russian/Iranian offensive on the Idlib province seems to be momentarily on hold.

This could also mean that possible plans by western-backed rebels to launch a false flag gas attack could also be on hold, at least for now, but I couldn't know for sure.

The big current flashpoint is obviously Idlib. One complicating factor is the uneasy alliance that Russia and Iran have with Turkey (and presumably wish to preserve). Turkey, unlike Russia and Iran, is anti-Assad and supports various rebel groups. Turkey would not like its proxy forces in Idlib to be attacked, which could also send heaps of refugees over the Turkish border.

On the other hand, Turkey, Russia and Iran have a mutual interest in their anti-US stance, and Russia and Iran would rather have Turkey in their orbit, despite diametrically opposed stances in Syria. It's an uneasy alliance that has nonetheless brought some results, like Turkey's Erdogan toning down anti-Assad rhetoric and not taking extra action to take down the Syrian government. Perhaps, now, Russia and Iran are considering Turkey's concerns about a possible attack on Idlib.

Then again, I am only speculating and am only an outsider. But the odd very recent report has said that there is currently intense negotiation involving the three countries. For more info, you could check out this article below: ... s-on-hold/

Personally, I'd like to see an end to the jihadist/terrorist presence in Idlib (and anywhere else) without a massive assault that would shed so much blood. But can both of these ends be satisfied? I don't know. But anything is possible with God. All the best.

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 2:29 am
by Real
Thanks for sharing. *hug*

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:55 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Hi again All,

I wish to post for you an article on the current situation with Idlib province, from the perspective of the Christian town of Mhardeh, apparently only 10 km from the Idlib province border.

This town has clearly not been untouched by the war. According to the article, 11 civilians were killed just last week under a missile barrage, presumably by the rebels. 97 civilians from the town are said to have been killed since the war broke out.

The town formed a militia back in 2011 under the NDF, a large network of pro-Assad irregular forces, to protect itself from the rebels. The losses among its armed fighters isn’t mentioned in the article.

Now, they watch on to see what happens next in Idlib. I recommend you have a read, if you’ve got the time. Link to article is below: ... -275605521

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 10:41 am
by Real
I pray for them every day.
Thanks for sharing.
GBU *hug*

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 7:31 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Hi again All,

Most news from Syria of late has been dominated by a couple of topics. Firstly, the mooted Syrian-Russian Offensive on the rebel-held Idlib province is on ice, at least for now. An article on this is linked below: ... uffer-zone

The other news you’ve probably heard is of the shooting down of a Russian plane that killed 15 military specialists. It was said to have been mistakenly shot down in a ‘friendly fire’ incident by Syrian anti-aircraft fire during another Israeli air raid over Syria. In a nutshell, Russia and Syria blame Israel and claim the incident was orchestrated by Israel, whose planes they say deliberately flew near the Russian plane to use it as a shield. Israel, meanwhile, says it was Syria’s fault, and there has been quite a fallout. An article on this is below: ... tin-568821

Lastly, and very disturbingly, ISIS has threatened to execute dozens of Druze hostages, mainly women and children, that it continues to hold in the south of the country. It has already beheaded a youth captive, caused the death of an elderly woman hostage by depriving her of needed medication, and most recently shot a young female captive in the head. They now say they’re ready to do likewise to the remaining 30-or-so hostages. An article on this is below: ... 021_1.html

Prayers for the hostages, as well as other situations unfolding in Syria, would be good.

All the best and have a pleasant week.

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:55 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Hi All,

Came across a human interest story, which you might be interested in reading. So often the human side of large tragedies can be forgotten amid the raw data and statistics of people killed, wounded, missing, damage done, etc.

This article is actually very different. It's about Syrian government soldiers wounded in the war, who now need ongoing rehabilitation, prosthetic limbs, etc.

So often the coverage from mainstream media has been comic book level; the rebels have halos and the forces of Assad are like the Storm Troopers out of Star Wars, or even worse.

But an article like this just reinforces that they are normal men with families, love of country and loyalty to their cause.

No, this does not mean that I'm trying to say all of them are perfect. Of course, there would be bad seeds amongst Assad's forces, as there would've no doubt been in any fighting force that has ever ever existed. But most are normal humans no different from the next person. It's the ruling class (of any country) that is wholly different from the person on the street.

Link to article is below: ... -soldiers/

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:29 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Hi again Everyone,

I came across a great article, titled, 'As Assad recovers, Syria is returning to stability', from someone who had recently been to Syria.

It's not long, but well worth a read. It gives you specific, personal anecdotes of the bloodlust and brutality of western-backed jihadists, and particular stories of Christian loss and suffering at the hands of these terrorists who our mainstream media has for years been referring to as freedom fighters, democracy-loving rebels, and so on.

Here's the link to the article (below). You won't even need to get yourself a coffee for this one. It's quite short. All the best. ... stability/

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 9:06 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Hi All,

Back in August, I told you about a massacre of people from the Druze sect in southern Syria, carried out by ISIS. Apparently, over 200 were slaughtered in a murderous orgy that involved shootings, butchery with knives, bombings, etc. Whole families were murdered.

Not only that, about 30 hostages were taken. Some were since murdered in captivity, others released as part of tense negotiations. Well, there were 19 remaining, and 17 have been freed in a Syrian army/Russian rescue operation. The other two, children, were killed by ISIS during the rescue. Below is a link to an article about this: ... turn-syria’s-sweida

Now, to another topic. The last one or two weeks I noticed that the website was down. I kept checking, but eventually stopped checking until I noticed that it seemed to be that it was only my own IP address that cannot reach it. Thus, the site is apparently not down, but my access to it from my residence is ostensibly down.

Tests I have since done have shown that it works on the internet on my mobile phone until I enter the building from outside, then it shuts down. Every other internet site I typically visit works here in my residence except this one, and I have asked other people via text to access the site, which they could do, while I could not do it in my own residence at exactly the same time. It seems to be an IP address issue, as stated, and I have used some basic circumnavigation to be able to post this now.

Please note, I am not speculating here. If a list was made of the million most powerful enemies of the New World Order, I doubt I'd be even close to making it. It could be a random issue. Or, if the management of this site had decided to block me, I would have assumed I'd at least be told and/or the forums I started be shut down. And I'd possibly like to be given a reason for it, too. Whatever the case, I have no clue, and am not a genius with technology, so wouldn't know how to look into it.

I fully intend to keep active with this forum and my other one, but I know it's not really in my hands. Maybe God is also telling me that it's enough. Then again, maybe not. Let's see.

All the best. God bless.

Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Mon Nov 12, 2018 11:43 pm
by Real
Thank You.
I have problems logging in sometime too.


Re: The situation in Syria

PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2018 5:04 am
by TrueAndMagneticNorth
Hi Real, and Hi All,

Still not able to access this website from my residence, but am still assuming that this must be due to a random IT or technical issue that I don't understand. Strangely, it is not accessible via the internet on my mobile phone, but becomes accessible on it as soon as I leave the building. Anyway, it is currently easy enough to circumnavigate with basic tools (even for an unskilled computer amateur like myself).

Well, to cut a long story short, I noticed that the link in my last post is not accessible, even when I reposted it. Now, I will try again with a different link to a different story, albeit about the same topic (the recent situation with the Druze in southern Syria, and their suffering at the hands of ISIS).

Here is the link. I hope it works. God bless you: ... -472707867