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  1. B.Benhamid at |

    Lies have short lives.

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  2. Davidski at |

    Lies do indeed have short lives, however the sheeple reading them also have short memories and prefer to hear what they want rather than what is true. More deception will be forthcoming no doubt as in any conflict the first casualty is always the truth. My heart breaks for the Syrian people enduring this atrocity day after day at the hands of foreign interlopers and Israeli stooges.

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  3. Halik Bilir at |

    Youtube dates are shown according to Youtube Headquarters which is in California. That means a 10-hour difference with Syria. Those videos may have been uploaded until August 21th 10:00 am Syria time.
    Get your facts right!

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  4. Clay Claiborne at |

    Also the Al Jazeera screenprint says “13 hours ago” so either it was taken the day of the attack – the AJE website dates is 9:28 8/21 or the screenshot also was taken the day before the attack and the poster waited until after the attack to post it. What nonsense in defense of a vicious child killer.

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    Andrrew Reply:

    This is a false flag because those video have the same girl in 3 different places and show one woman injecting a child while lying on floor. Now why would they inject dead child? No they have been sedated. Assad is one of the only leaders resisting Israel and Zionist Banking control of the West.

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    Elias

    Elias Reply:

    There is No question what’s going on in Syria. It’s so clear cut. The so-called opposition are nothing more than invading “mercenaries” backed by western proxies on a mission to destroy Syria.
    Why would Assad want to use poison gas against not the insurgents, but innocent civilians in a neighborhood not that far away from the UN inspectors who were visiting on Assad’s own invitation?
    The President Bashar Al Assad has the support of his people and Army.The terrorists who are linked to Al-Qaeda want to overthrow him and create a Wahhabi Islamic state and impose Sharia law. Most Syrians who are Sunni Muslims reject this type of Extremism .

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  5. Anna at |

    No, you seem to be wrong. At least, my youtube videos correspond to the local time I have downloaded them, i.e. the daytime or evening, not late night or early morning e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khDtnlaH8CA

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  6. Clay Claiborne at |

    http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/08/23/confused-by-how-youtube-assigns-dates-russians-cite-false-claim-on-syria-videos/?_r=0

    Confused by How YouTube Assigns Dates, Russians Cite False Claim on Syria Videos
    By ROBERT MACKEY

    Citing “reports circulating on the Internet,” a spokesman for Russia’s foreign ministry claimed on Friday that video posted online by opposition activists in Syria, said to show victims suffering from a chemical weapons strike outside Damascus on Wednesday, was fake.

    Apparently referring to the sleuthing of pro-Hezbollah bloggers cited by Russian state news media, Aleksandr Lukashevich, a ministry spokesman, suggested in a video statement that some of the distressing images of dead and wounded civilians had been uploaded to YouTube one day “before the so-called attack.” That indicated, Mr. Lukashevich said, the claims of an attack might have been part of “a previously planned action” by Syrian rebels intended to provoke anger at President Bashar al-Assad’s forces.


    http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/08/23/confused-by-how-youtube-assigns-dates-russians-cite-false-claim-on-syria-videos/?_r=0

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