Saturday, August 11, 2012

Yes! Syria No-Fly Zone

(Reuters) - The United States and Turkey indicated on Saturday they were studying a range of measures, including a no-fly zone, as battles between Syrian rebels and President Bashar al-Assad's forces shook Aleppo and the heart of Damascus.

FSA sniper camping on  inside chest 

"Our intelligence services, our military have very important responsibilities and roles to play so we are going to be setting up a working group to do exactly that," she said.

Despite their superior firepower, Assad's forces have been stretched by months of warfare against increasingly skilled and organised fighters who have taken them on in every city and in many parts of the countryside at one time or another.

FSA through hole ways in their gateway

Germany's spy chief said the Syrian army had been depleted by casualties, deserters and defectors.

"There are a lot of indications that the end game for the regime has begun," said Gerhard Schindler, head of the BND intelligence agency, in an interview with Die Welt newspaper.

"The regular army is being confronted by a variety of flexible fighters. The recipe of their success is their guerrilla tactics. They're breaking the army's back."

FSA at corner street candy bars
Nice to see FSA nowhere but everywhere, moral is very high they know what they stand for, they stand for their Syria and their own Syrian people,  while criminal assas army  lost thier sense of belong to... they don';t belong to Syrian people, they made Syrian people their enemy, they don’t know where or who they stand for, they are bunch of headless chickens.