Al-Sharquiyu museli -vraj- vystopovat novinari z BBC? hmn, tam je to TV financovana prave z Londyna.
Podľa:vlákien iba prvá úroveň času
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..vydavateľstvo Absynt hmm, to by mnohé vysvetľovalo.. :)
..ale nie, zaujímavé tu je že ani jedným slovom nie je v článku (kto vie či je v knihe) spomínané "oslobodzovanie" zo strany US Army (a ich spojencov). Máme tu: "Prezident územie obsadené Daešom bombarduje hlava-nehlava, ignorujúc osudy jeho obyvateľov." Nepočuli sme nedávno o Rakke iný príbeh? Niečo v zmysle tohto článku?:
"They lived in Tabqa, a small city on the banks of the Euphrates River in northern Syria. Then occupied by the Islamic State (ISIS, also known as Daesh), Tabqa was also under siege by US-backed troops and being hit by daily artillery fire from US Marines, as well as US-led coalition airstrikes."
"...it was impossible for her daughter to be treated in their hometown, because weeks of US-led coalition bombing had destroyed all the hospitals in the city."
"Islamic State fighters have now essentially been defeated in Mosul after a nine-month, US-backed campaign that destroyed significant parts of Iraq’s second largest city, killing up to 40,000 civilians and forcing as many as one million more people from their homes."
"According to Lieutenant General Stephen Townsend, the commander of the US-led war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, the battle to “liberate” these regions from ISIS is the most precise campaign in the history of warfare. But reports and photographs from Syrian journalists and activists, as well as first-person accounts from those with family members living in areas under US bombardment, detail a strikingly different tale of the American offensive—one that looks a lot less like a battle against the Islamic State and a lot more like a war on civilians."
..dlhší článok, ale oplatí sa prečítať.