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Video: Press TV report, analysis on Syria

Syrian militants in Aleppo show freshly-received GRAD missiles on this February 7 photo.

Syrian militants say they have received “excellent quantities” of missiles from their foreign backers to help them stand against the government troops north of the province of Aleppo. According to a militant commander, the ground-to-ground Grad missiles have been used to target army positions beyond the front line. The commander added that the missiles have been given to the militants since the start of their offensive on Aleppo. Foreign-backed militants have been receiving arms, aids, and training from the opponents of the Syrian government and have been the main cause of years of war in Syria which has claimed the lives of over 260,000 people.


  1. James Carless says

    Ask our fat friend in Coventry,the one man SOHR seems to have all the inside info on terrorist activity.

    • John says

      Ask the Saud and Erdogan families. They are the ones who are instrumental in supporting terrorism.
      Of course, they are also being supported by the ruling Qatar family and US administration.
      Indirectly, the zionists benefit through the implementation of the Yinon Plan.
      All these rabble play their part in sponsoring and supporting terrorism.

    • France UK & US (FUKUS) is behind this supply.

      “Our” Political leaders talk one thing to the people but are 100% on the side of the ‘Head Choppers’ & we voted this scum into power in our respective countries so its really our fault that 260,000 people are dead.

      Lets vote better next time & not be complicit in these crimes of Obama, Cameron, Hollande, Merkel, Erdogan etc.

  2. Reblogged this on wgrovedotnet and commented:

    What a shame we don’t know where they are stored, it would be such useful information and could be put to good use by Su’s and the SAF. What do you think of my “big bang” theory?

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