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    • 05.02.12 | 14:48 (IST)

    "moderate government will be INSTALLED" ..... Thats the problem right there. Usa, eu, west go around "deleting" governments and fuel, funding (monetary & military) rebel uprisings for their own political benefit. The west need to realise they do not control the world and can't go around doing this. Lets see what happens when an uprising occurs in usa, uk, rest of europe to see if they'll hold back in anything. Ridiculous. These rebels are nothing but pets of the west being fed and told what to do like dogs, just like in libya. It's funny that all these reports if 'x' number of deaths never seem to be verified, and always come from rebel sources. Propaganda at its best, the people have no chance when you have media in the west running the show.

    from the article: Israel's Vice PM: Fall of Assad could weaken Mideast 'axis of evil'
    First published 11:07 05.02.12 | Last updated 11:07 05.02.12
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