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Syria blackout enters 2nd day amid fighting near Damascus!! Syria's internet blackout may signal something worse!!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 2324286:MV8yMDY2ODg1XzM0Nzc2OTk1XzYxQ0UzNUE2] [quote:Primus-Cura:MV8yMDY2ODg1XzM0Nzc2OTUyXzUzMUZFRjA5] Syria's internet blackout may signal something worse The Syrian government's brutal attack on the city of Hama in 1982 was also preceded by an information blackout Without connections into the country, and with minimal media on the ground, the prospects are terrifying. As one commentator pointed out on Twitter, the Syrian government's brutal attack on the city of Hama in 1982 was also preceded by an information blackout. [b]Alongside reports that rebels are gaining ground in Damascus, the shutdown seems to indicate a new phase in the conflict.[/b] Read more; http://www.onenewspage.co.uk/n/Entertainment/74riu5st1/Syria-internet-blackout-may-signal-something-worse.htm [/quote] "Alongside reports that [b]rebels [/b]are gaining ground in Damascus, the shutdown seems to indicate a new phase in the conflict." [b][color=red]British propaganda fail![/color][/b] OP, just watch this guy he is the best indi-geopolitical analyst on the web. ( watch episode #50 ) http://stopimperialism.com/ [/quote]
Syria blackout enters 2nd day amid fighting near Damascus
Government and rebels blame each other for cutting internet and telephones
The Associated Press
Posted: Nov 30, 2012 5:52 AM ET
Last Updated: Nov 30, 2012 5:50 AM ET
Satellites are seen on top of a destroyed building in Aleppo, Syria, after airstrikes targeted the area Thursday. Internet and telephone communication across the country has been cut for the first time since the 20-month-old uprising began.
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link to www.cbc.ca
A very worrisome situation there. We will see what the purpose is.
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