Saturday, March 19, 2011

Tear Gas Fired at Syria Mourners!

Governments keeps repressing citizens throughout the World´s nations specially in the Middle East where things are tense right now. The BBC informed that Syrian "security forces" have fired tear gas to disperse crowds at a funeral of two people killed in anti-government protests. There were thousand of people gathered for the funeral and began chanting anti-government slogans, then the "security forces" (if we can call them that way, I would rather call them cowards) started firing tear gas and a lot of people get injured when they try to to run away. Protesters demand political freedom and an end to government´s corruption. It is important to mention that the same political party have been in power in Syria for almost 50 years!
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UPDATE: the situation in the Middle East is becoming more tense as today France and U.S.A. have launched some missiles in Tripoli, Lybia to stop Gadhafi´s army.

41 comments:

  1. VIVA LA REVELUCION!! I hope Libya's revolution works out and they can be a bit more democratic. They might even join the European Union! following btw.

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  2. It's disgusting what's going on over there atm.

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  3. ¡Viva la REVOLUCIÓN!

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  4. Crazy world we living in!

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  5. Its truly terrible the way the governments over there are behaving, but in that respect it is why they revolt. Power to the people

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  6. another war in the ME. :(

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  7. It's becoming a domino effect.

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  8. Hearing this all of the news when are we going to stop all this fighting :(

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  9. Why can't we all just get along? :/

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  10. woah.. never heard this before..
    -following and $upporting

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  11. It's about time the West answered calls for intervention. The other countries, Syria, Yemen, etc., are unfortunately likely to be forgotten in favor of the 'important' countries like what happened with Egypt and what is happening with Libya.

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  12. Jesus christ that is fucked up

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  13. It's really getting crazy over there. I know that what the goverments are doing is wrong and they need to be stopped, but I hope it isn't at a cost of too much bloodshed.

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  14. That's heartbreaking to hear. : (

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  15. Perhaps we should just overthrow every government that doesn't agree on everything.

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  16. awesome blog!
    following.
    http://le-nerd.blogspot.com/

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  17. I must say it's great to hear that other countries are finally doing something! Fucking asshole Gadhafi!

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  18. For some strange reason, now I have a craving to play some 'Risk' with my roommate...

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  19. LOL I second that Alpha! "The Ukrane is weak"

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  20. the revolution will hit our homes soon enough.

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  21. This is probably the most intense time to live on this planet. I'm actually pretty astounded I get to live in this era.

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  22. really sad news. I hope the best for the protesters.

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  23. Power to the people.

    Supported.
    bigunicorn.blogspot.com

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  24. Middle east is boiling, I just hope that "peace forces" can ensure that all of those conflicts get terminated before they escalate into something really dirty.

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  25. Tear gas is horrible stuff... Keep up the good blogging!

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  26. Since there is gas over there, they are invading.

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  27. great background on this, bro!

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  28. the sudden rush of european forces seems to indiciate its all about the oil in the end ;_;

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  29. WE are so lucky to live in North America! We are spoiled all the time with out even thinking about it!

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  30. Oil price keeps rising, cuz of trouble in north-africa=> cheaper alternative sources => middle east not happy, especially saudi arabia, also US not happy, => saudi's plot together with US => bomb the shit out of north-africa => peace returns => oil price drops. All of them keep producing and exporting.

    Following.

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  31. man, craziness going on over there. It seems the world is getting increasingly war filled, mildly depressing, but I suppose you must focus on the good (that we aren't there!) and can only emphasize for victims.

    I saw you commented on Electric Addicts blog, and I thought you might like mine. followed :)

    http://maxpowerthedj.blogspot.com/

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  32. wow even syria? well I suppose we should cheer for progress in these countries, but it is sad people have to die for it...

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  33. Egyptian here.
    Our revolution is overrated. Shit was easy comparing what Libyans have to deal with.

    We would have intervened in Libya, only if our Army wasn't in the streets doing police's work.

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  34. I guess this is good news :)

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