• Ukraine - Coup

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  • Kids Killed by US Drones - Pakistan & Yemen

    List of children killed by drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen

    Compiled from The Bureau of Investigative Journalism reports

    PAKISTAN
    Name | Age | Gender
    Noor Aziz | 8 | male
    Abdul Wasit | 17 | male
    Noor Syed | 8 | male
    Wajid Noor | 9 | male
    Syed Wali Shah | 7 | male
    Ayeesha | 3 | female
    Qari Alamzeb | 14| male
    Shoaib | 8 | male
    Hayatullah KhaMohammad | 16 | male
    Tariq Aziz | 16 | male
    Sanaullah Jan | 17 | male
    Maezol Khan | 8 | female
    Nasir Khan | male
    Naeem Khan | male
    Naeemullah | male
    Mohammad Tahir | 16 | male
    Azizul Wahab | 15 | male
    Fazal Wahab | 16 | male
    Ziauddin | 16 | male
    Mohammad Yunus | 16 | male
    Fazal Hakim | 19 | male
    Ilyas | 13 | male
    Sohail | 7 | male
    Asadullah | 9 | male
    khalilullah | 9 | male
    Noor Mohammad | 8 | male
    Khalid | 12 | male
    Saifullah | 9 | male
    Mashooq Jan | 15 | male
    Nawab | 17 | male
    Sultanat Khan | 16 | male
    Ziaur Rahman | 13 | male
    Noor Mohammad | 15 | male
    Mohammad Yaas Khan | 16 | male
    Qari Alamzeb | 14 | male
    Ziaur Rahman | 17 | male
    Abdullah | 18 | male
    Ikramullah Zada | 17 | male
    Inayatur Rehman | 16 | male
    Shahbuddin | 15 | male
    Yahya Khan | 16 |male
    Rahatullah |17 | male
    Mohammad Salim | 11 | male
    Shahjehan | 15 | male
    Gul Sher Khan | 15 | male
    Bakht Muneer | 14 | male
    Numair | 14 | male
    Mashooq Khan | 16 | male
    Ihsanullah | 16 | male
    Luqman | 12 | male
    Jannatullah | 13 | male
    Ismail | 12 | male
    Taseel Khan | 18 | male
    Zaheeruddin | 16 | male
    Qari Ishaq | 19 | male
    Jamshed Khan | 14 | male
    Alam Nabi | 11 | male
    Qari Abdul Karim | 19 | male
    Rahmatullah | 14 | male
    Abdus Samad | 17 | male
    Siraj | 16 | male
    Saeedullah | 17 | male
    Abdul Waris | 16 | male
    Darvesh | 13 | male
    Ameer Said | 15 | male
    Shaukat | 14 | male
    Inayatur Rahman | 17 | male
    Salman | 12 | male
    Fazal Wahab | 18 | male
    Baacha Rahman | 13 | male
    Wali-ur-Rahman | 17 | male
    Iftikhar | 17 | male
    Inayatullah | 15 | male
    Mashooq Khan | 16 | male
    Ihsanullah | 16 | male
    Luqman | 12 | male
    Jannatullah | 13 | male
    Ismail | 12 | male
    Abdul Waris | 16 | male
    Darvesh | 13 | male
    Ameer Said | 15 | male
    Shaukat | 14 | male
    Inayatur Rahman | 17 | male
    Adnan | 16 | male
    Najibullah | 13 | male
    Naeemullah | 17 | male
    Hizbullah | 10 | male
    Kitab Gul | 12 | male
    Wilayat Khan | 11 | male
    Zabihullah | 16 | male
    Shehzad Gul | 11 | male
    Shabir | 15 | male
    Qari Sharifullah | 17 | male
    Shafiullah | 16 | male
    Nimatullah | 14 | male
    Shakirullah | 16 | male
    Talha | 8 | male

    YEMEN
    Afrah Ali Mohammed Nasser | 9 | female
    Zayda Ali Mohammed Nasser | 7 | female
    Hoda Ali Mohammed Nasser | 5 | female
    Sheikha Ali Mohammed Nasser | 4 | female
    Ibrahim Abdullah Mokbel Salem Louqye | 13 | male
    Asmaa Abdullah Mokbel Salem Louqye | 9 | male
    Salma Abdullah Mokbel Salem Louqye | 4 | female
    Fatima Abdullah Mokbel Salem Louqye | 3 | female
    Khadije Ali Mokbel Louqye | 1 | female
    Hanaa Ali Mokbel Louqye | 6 | female
    Mohammed Ali Mokbel Salem Louqye | 4 | male
    Jawass Mokbel Salem Louqye | 15 | female
    Maryam Hussein Abdullah Awad | 2 | female
    Shafiq Hussein Abdullah Awad | 1 | female
    Sheikha Nasser Mahdi Ahmad Bouh | 3 | female
    Maha Mohammed Saleh Mohammed | 12 | male
    Soumaya Mohammed Saleh Mohammed | 9 | female
    Shafika Mohammed Saleh Mohammed | 4 | female
    Shafiq Mohammed Saleh Mohammed | 2 | male
    Mabrook Mouqbal Al Qadari | 13 | male
    Daolah Nasser 10 years | 10 | female
    AbedalGhani Mohammed Mabkhout | 12 | male
    Abdel- Rahman Anwar al Awlaki | 16 | male
    Abdel-Rahman al-Awlaki | 17 | male
    Nasser Salim | 19

    Yemen officials: U.S. drone strikes convoy heading to wedding party, kills 15
    Officials in Yemen say that the U.S. military mistook party-goers for al Qaeda members in the city of Radda, which is known as a stronghold for the terrorist organization. It was the second drone strike since al Qaeda took responsibility for an assault on Yemen's military headquarters that killed 56 people.
    NEWS WIRE SERVICES Published: Thursday, December 12, 2013, 1:56 PM

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  • USA INVASIONS

    ARGENTINA 1890 Troops Buenos Aires interests protected.
    CHILE 1891 Troops Marines clash with nationalist rebels.
    HAITI 1891 Troops Black revolt on Navassa defeated.
    HAWAII 1893 (-?) Naval, troops Independent kingdom overthrown, annexed.
    NICARAGUA 1894 Troops Month-long occupation of Bluefields.
    CHINA 1894-95 Naval, troops Marines land in Sino-Japanese War
    KOREA 1894-96 Troops Marines kept in Seoul during war.
    PANAMA 1895 Troops, naval Marines land in Colombian province.
    NICARAGUA 1896 Troops Marines land in port of Corinto.
    CHINA 1898-1900 Troops Boxer Rebellion fought by foreign armies.
    PHILIPPINES 1898-1910 (-?) Naval, troops Seized from Spain, killed 600,000 Filipinos
    CUBA 1898-1902 (-?) Naval, troops Seized from Spain, still hold Navy base.
    PUERTO RICO 1898 (-?) Naval, troops Seized from Spain, occupation continues.
    GUAM 1898 (-?) Naval, troops Seized from Spain, still use as base.
    NICARAGUA 1898 Troops Marines land at port of San Juan del Sur.
    SAMOA 1899 (-?) Troops Battle over succession to throne.
    NICARAGUA 1899 Troops Marines land at port of Bluefields.
    PANAMA 1901-14 Naval, troops Broke off from Colombia 1903, annexed Canal Zone 1914.
    HONDURAS 1903 Troops Marines intervene in revolution.
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 1903-04 Troops U.S. interests protected in Revolution.
    KOREA 1904-05 Troops Marines land in Russo-Japanese War.
    CUBA 1906-09 Troops Marines land in democratic election.
    NICARAGUA 1907 Troops “Dollar Diplomacy” protectorate set up.
    HONDURAS 1907 Troops Marines land during war with Nicaragua
    PANAMA 1908 Troops Marines intervene in election contest.
    NICARAGUA 1910 Troops Marines land in Bluefields and Corinto.
    HONDURAS 1911 Troops U.S. interests protected in civil war.
    CHINA 1911-41 Naval, troops Continuous occupation with flare-ups.
    CUBA 1912 Troops U.S. interests protected in civil war.
    PANAMA 1912 Troops Marines land during heated election.
    HONDURAS 1912 Troops Marines protect U.S. economic interests.
    NICARAGUA 1912-33 Troops, bombing 10-year occupation, fought guerillas
    MEXICO 1913 Naval Americans evacuated during revolution.
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 1914 Naval Fight with rebels over Santo Domingo.
    COLORADO 1914 Troops Breaking of miners’ strike by Army.
    MEXICO 1914-18 Naval, troops Series of interventions against nationalists.
    HAITI 1914-34 Troops, bombing 19-year occupation after revolts.
    TEXAS 1915 Troops Federal soldiers crush “Plan of San Diego” Mexican-American rebellion
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 1916-24 Troops 8-year Marine occupation.
    CUBA 1917-33 Troops Military occupation, economic protectorate.
    WORLD WAR I 1917-18 Naval, troops Ships sunk, fought Germany for 1 1/2 years.
    RUSSIA 1918-22 Naval, troops Five landings to fight Bolsheviks
    PANAMA 1918-20 Troops “Police duty” during unrest after elections.
    HONDURAS 1919 Troops Marines land during election campaign.
    YUGOSLAVIA 1919 Troops/Marines intervene for Italy against Serbs in Dalmatia.
    GUATEMALA 1920 Troops 2-week intervention against unionists.
    TURKEY 1922 Troops Fought nationalists in Smyrna.
    CHINA 1922-27 Naval, troops Deployment during nationalist revolt.
    HONDURAS 1924-25 Troops Landed twice during election strife.
    PANAMA 1925 Troops Marines suppress general strike.
    CHINA 1927-34 Troops Marines stationed throughout the country.
    EL SALVADOR 1932 Naval Warships send during Marti revolt.
    WORLD WAR II 1941-45 Naval, troops, bombing, nuclear Hawaii bombed, fought Japan, Italy and Germay for 3 years; first nuclear war.
    IRAN 1946 Nuclear threat Soviet troops told to leave north.
    YUGOSLAVIA 1946 Nuclear threat, naval Response to shoot-down of US plane.
    URUGUAY 1947 Nuclear threat Bombers deployed as show of strength.
    GREECE 1947-49 Command operation U.S. directs extreme-right in civil war.
    GERMANY 1948 Nuclear Threat Atomic-capable bombers guard Berlin Airlift.
    CHINA 1948-49 Troops/Marines evacuate Americans before Communist victory.
    PHILIPPINES 1948-54 Command operation CIA directs war against Huk Rebellion.
    PUERTO RICO 1950 Command operation Independence rebellion crushed in Ponce.
    KOREA 1951-53 (-?) Troops, naval, bombing , nuclear threats U.S./So. Korea fights China/No. Korea to stalemate; A-bomb threat in 1950, and against China in 1953. Still have bases.
    IRAN 1953 Command Operation CIA overthrows democracy, installs Shah.
    VIETNAM 1954 Nuclear threat French offered bombs to use against seige.
    GUATEMALA 1954 Command operation, bombing, nuclear threat CIA directs exile invasion after new gov’t nationalized U.S. company lands; bombers based in Nicaragua.
    EGYPT 1956 Nuclear threat, troops Soviets told to keep out of Suez crisis; Marines evacuate foreigners.
    LEBANON l958 Troops, naval Marine occupation against rebels.
    IRAQ 1958 Nuclear threat Iraq warned against invading Kuwait.
    CHINA l958 Nuclear threat China told not to move on Taiwan isles.
    PANAMA 1958 Troops Flag protests erupt into confrontation.
    VIETNAM l960-75 Troops, naval, bombing, nuclear threats Fought South Vietnam revolt & North Vietnam; one million killed in longest U.S. war; atomic bomb threats in l968 and l969.
    CUBA l961 Command operation CIA-directed exile invasion fails.
    GERMANY l961 Nuclear threat Alert during Berlin Wall crisis.
    LAOS 1962 Command operation Military buildup during guerrilla war.
    CUBA l962 Nuclear threat, naval Blockade during missile crisis; near-war with Soviet Union.
    IRAQ 1963 Command operation CIA organizes coup that killed president, brings Ba’ath Party to power, and Saddam Hussein back from exile to be head of the secret service.
    PANAMA l964 Troops Panamanians shot for urging canal’s return.
    INDONESIA l965 Command operation Million killed in CIA-assisted army coup.
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 1965-66 Troops, bombing Marines land during election campaign.
    GUATEMALA l966-67 Command operation Green Berets intervene against rebels.
    DETROIT l967 Troops Army battles African Americans, 43 killed.
    UNITED STATES l968 Troops After King is shot; over 21,000 soldiers in cities.
    CAMBODIA l969-75 Bombing, troops, naval Up to 2 million killed in decade of bombing, starvation, and political chaos.
    OMAN l970 Command operation U.S. directs Iranian marine invasion.
    LAOS l971-73 Command operation, bombing U.S. directs South Vietnamese invasion; “carpet-bombs” countryside.
    SOUTH DAKOTA l973 Command operation Army directs Wounded Knee siege of Lakotas.
    MIDEAST 1973 Nuclear threat World-wide alert during Mideast War.
    CHILE 1973 Command operation CIA-backed coup ousts elected marxist president.
    CAMBODIA l975 Troops, bombing Gas captured ship, 28 die in copter crash.
    ANGOLA l976-92 Command operation CIA assists South African-backed rebels.
    IRAN l980 Troops, nuclear threat, aborted bombing Raid to rescue Embassy hostages; 8 troops die in copter-plane crash. Soviets warned not to get involved in revolution.
    LIBYA l981 Naval jets Two Libyan jets shot down in maneuvers.
    EL SALVADOR l981-92 Command operation, troops Advisors, overflights aid anti-rebel war, soldiers briefly involved in hostage clash.
    NICARAGUA l981-90 Command operation, naval CIA directs exile (Contra) invasions, plants harbor mines against revolution.
    LEBANON l982-84 Naval, bombing, troops Marines expel PLO and back Phalangists, Navy bombs and shells Muslim positions.
    GRENADA l983-84 Troops, bombing Invasion four years after revolution.
    HONDURAS l983-89 Troops Maneuvers help build bases near borders.
    IRAN l984 Jets Two Iranian jets shot down over Persian Gulf.
    LIBYA l986 Bombing, naval Air strikes to topple nationalist gov’t.
    BOLIVIA 1986 Troops Army assists raids on cocaine region.
    IRAN l987-88 Naval, bombing US intervenes on side of Iraq in war.
    LIBYA 1989 Naval jets Two Libyan jets shot down.
    VIRGIN ISLANDS 1989 Troops St. Croix Black unrest after storm.
    PHILIPPINES 1989 Jets Air cover provided for government against coup.
    PANAMA 1989 (-?) Troops, bombing Nationalist government ousted by 27,000 soldiers, leaders arrested, 2000+ killed.
    LIBERIA 1990 Troops Foreigners evacuated during civil war.
    SAUDI ARABIA 1990-91 Troops, jets Iraq countered after invading Kuwait. 540,000 troops also stationed in Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE, Israel.
    IRAQ 1990-91 Bombing, troops, naval Blockade of Iraqi and Jordanian ports, air strikes; 200,000+ killed in invasion of Iraq and Kuwait; large-scale destruction of Iraqi military.
    KUWAIT 1991 Naval, bombing, troops Kuwait royal family returned to throne.
    IRAQ 1991-2003 Bombing, naval No-fly zone over Kurdish north, Shiite south; constant air strikes and naval-enforced economic sanctions
    LOS ANGELES 1992 Troops Army, Marines deployed against anti-police uprising.
    SOMALIA 1992-94 Troops, naval, bombing U.S.-led United Nations occupation during civil war; raids against one Mogadishu faction.
    YUGOSLAVIA 1992-94 Naval NATO blockade of Serbia and Montenegro.
    BOSNIA 1993-? Jets, bombing No-fly zone patrolled in civil war; downed jets, bombed Serbs.
    HAITI 1994 Troops, naval Blockade against military government; troops restore President Aristide to office three years after coup.
    ZAIRE (CONGO) 1996-97 Troops Marines at Rwandan Hutu refugee camps, in area where Congo revolution begins.
    LIBERIA 1997 Troops Soldiers under fire during evacuation of foreigners.
    ALBANIA 1997 Troops Soldiers under fire during evacuation of foreigners.
    SUDAN 1998 Missiles Attack on pharmaceutical plant alleged to be “terrorist” nerve gas plant.
    AFGHANISTAN 1998 Missiles Attack on former CIA training camps used by Islamic fundamentalist groups alleged to have attacked embassies.
    IRAQ 1998 Bombing, Missiles Four days of intensive air strikes after weapons inspectors allege Iraqi obstructions.
    YUGOSLAVIA 1999 Bombing, Missiles Heavy NATO air strikes after Serbia declines to withdraw from Kosovo. NATO occupation of Kosovo.
    YEMEN 2000 Naval USS Cole, docked in Aden, bombed.
    MACEDONIA 2001 Troops NATO forces deployed to move and disarm Albanian rebels.
    AFGHANISTAN 2001-? Troops, bombing, missiles Massive U.S. mobilization to overthrow Taliban, hunt Al Qaeda fighters, install Karzai regime, and battle Taliban insurgency. More than 30,000 U.S. troops and numerous private security contractors carry our occupation.
    YEMEN 2002 Missiles Predator drone missile attack on Al Qaeda, including a US citizen.
    COLOMBIA 2003-? Troops US special forces sent to rebel zone to back up Colombian military protecting oil pipeline.
    IRAQ 2003-? Troops, naval, bombing, missiles Saddam regime toppled in Baghdad. More than 250,000 U.S. personnel participate in invasion. US and UK forces occupy country and battle Sunni and Shi’ite insurgencies. More than 160,000 troops and numerous private contractors carry out occupation and build large permanent bases.
    LIBERIA 2003 Troops Brief involvement in peacekeeping force as rebels drove out leader.
    HAITI 2004-05 Troops, naval Marines land after right-wing rebels oust elected President Aristide, who was advised to leave by Washington.
    PAKISTAN 2005-? Missiles, bombing, covert operation CIA missile and air strikes and Special Forces raids on alleged Al Qaeda and Taliban refuge villages kill multiple civilians. Drone attacks also on Pakistani Mehsud network.
    SOMALIA 2006-? Missiles, naval, covert operation Special Forces advise Ethiopian invasion that topples Islamist government; AC-130 strikes and Cruise missile attacks against Islamist rebels; naval blockade against “pirates” and insurgents.
    SYRIA 2008 Troops Special Forces in helicopter raid 5 miles from Iraq kill 8 Syrian civilians
    YEMEN 2009 Missiles Cruise missile attack on Al Qaeda kills 49 civilians.
    (Death toll estimates from wars can be found in the Historical Atlas of the 20th Century by alphabetized places index, map series, and major casualties .)

  • Anti-War Dangerous - Freedom of Speech Dangerous

    Anti-War Dangerous - Freedom of Speech Dangerous in the so-called democracy of Israel.

  • Who's Killing Whom

    Our GirlsDrone Murders 1Drone Murders 3Drone Murders 4Only 30 of the 104 people reported killed in drone strikes in Pakistan this year have been identified, the Bureau’s Naming the Dead project has found, reflecting the paucity of information coming out of Pakistan’s tribal areas.

  • ISIS Murders - USA Murders

    ISIS Murders  -   USA Murders

    Isis has been hitting the headlines with it's grotesque murders and one can but wonder what damned good these murders do - what damn good it does to burn a captive alive.  These sort of remind me of the days of Pinochet in Chile after the USA created coup of 1973.

    But today it's IS, ISIS, ISIL or Deash, a term used by Kerry.

    However, something is missing in our world of AP, Reuters, the Washington Post, CNN and our very own Winnipeg Free Press along with our CBC. 

    We're completely missing what the USA Drones are doing in various countries such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen, Sudan, Algeria and very, very likey in Iraq still.

    Our press is reluctant to talk about these Drone Wars of killing isolated persons and making clain they were terrorits even though a good number are children and the kill count far from accurate.  So I've decided to give you all a chance to see what we're backing as our government (not just Harper) backs the incredible cruelty carried on mostly in secret by our good buddy down south - the USA.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zf8bnYF-WxE___##27##______##4##______##3##___

    Infor Wars - Like it or not this is the TRUTH!

     

  • Journalists Killed in the Syrian

    We've Heard a lot lately of USA and friends journalists killed.  Four at this point.  Let's see the truth not reported in/by the USA and friends.

     

    Journalists Killed in the Syrian War – A War Created By the USA

    I leave out the US journalists because the US ignores these Journalists

    27 May 2013 Yara Abbas Homs (Dabaa airport) Reporter for Syrian News Channel (al-Ikhbariyah) [6]
    1 April 2013 Abdul Raheem Kour Hassan Damascus Radio director for Watan FM [7]
    15 March 2013 Ahmed Khaled Shehadeh Damascus (Daraya) Editor-in-chief at the newspaper Anab Balady [1]
    10 March 2013 Ghaith Abd al-Jawad Damascus Citizen journalist working for the Qaboun Media Center [8]
    10 March 2013 Amr Badir al-Deen Junaid (aka Abu Ameer) Damascus Citizen journalist working for the Qaboun Media Center [9]
    3 March 2013 Walid Jamil Amira Damascus Citizen journalist working for the Jobar Media Center [10]
    25 February 2013 Wael Abdul Aziz Homs (Baba Amr) Citizen journalist [1]
    24 February 2013 Olivier Voisin Idlib Governorate (wounded in Syria and died in Turkey) French freelance photographer; injured near Idlib, died in Turkey [11]
    19 February 2013 Adnan Abu Abdo Daraa Citizen journalist [1]
    17 February 2013 Mohamed Mohamed Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    17 February 2013 Mohammed Saeed Al-Hamwi Damascus (Qaboun) Citizen journalist [1]
    15 February 2013 Yousef Adel Bakri Aleppo Citizen journalist with the Aleppo News Network [1]
    12 February 2013 Hamada Abdel-Salam Al-Khatib Homs Citizen journalist [1]
    11 February 2013 Zaid Abu Obeida Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    6 February 2013 Mohammed Kurdi Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    3 February 2013 Abdul Latif Khalil Khuder Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    2 February 2013 Nabil Al-Nabulsi Daraa Izra Citizen journalist [1]
    24 January 2013 Mohamed Abd Al-Rahman Damascus Sports journalist for pro-government news website Syria News [12][13]
    18 January 2013 Mohammed al-Masalmeh, a.k.a. Mohamed al-Hourani Basri Al-Hariri, Daraa Governorate Al Jazeera TV reporter [14][15][16]
    18 January 2013 Amjed Al-Sayoufi Saqba (east of Damascus) Citizen journalist [13][16]
    18 January 2013 Hossein Al-Qadri Saqba (east of Damascus) Citizen journalist [13]
    17 January 2013 Yves Debay (French Belgian) Aleppo Assaut (French magazine) (founder and journalist) [14][16][17]
    15 January 2013 Ahmed Assaad Al-Shahab Homs Citizen journalist who was executed in a beheading by Syrian forces [13][16]
    13 January 2013 Bassem Fawaz Al-Za'bi Tafas (near Deraa) Citizen journalist [13][16]
    4 January 2013 Suhail Mahmoud Al-Ali Damascus or Aleppo Addounia TV [18][18][19][20][21]
    22 December 2012 Haidar Smoudi (also transliterated al-Sumudi) Damascus Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) [1][22]
    12 December 2012 Anmar Yassin Mohammad Damascus (Mezzeh) pro-gov Syrian News Center[23][24]
    6 December 2012 Mohamed Khair Sheikh Qwaider Arbin (east of Damascus) Citizen journalist [1]
    4 December 2012 Naji Assaad Damascus (Tadamon) Tishreen [25]
    30 November 2012 Marwan Hamid Charbaji Damascus (Daraya) Citizen journalist [1]
    29 November 2012 Mohammad Koraytem Damascus (Daraya) Citizen journalist [1]
    25 November 2012 Mohamed al-Khal Deir ez-Zor Shaam News Network [26]
    21 November 2012 Basel Tawfiq Yussif Damascus (Tadamon) Journalist for Syria's Public Authority for Radio and Television (Syrian state TV) [26][27][28]
    20 November 2012 Huzan Abdul Halim Mahmoud Al-Hasaka (Ras al-Ayn) Citizen journalist [1]
    19 November 2012 Mohammed Al-Zaheer Al-Naimi Damasacus (Al-Bouaida) Citizen journalist [1]
    18 November 2012 Mohammed Al-Khalid Aleppo Media activist executed by the Free Syria Army [1]
    17 November 2012 Abdullah Hassan Kaaka Unknown Citizen journalist tortured by the government [1]
    16 November 2012 Mustafa Kerman Aleppo Citizen journalist [1]
    5 November 2012 Samer Khrayshi Arbin (east of Damascus) Citizen journalist [1]
    2 November 2012 Hassan Haidar Al Sheikh Hammoud Homs Citizen journalist [1]
    1 November 2012 Mohammad Khalil Al-Wakaa Deir ez-Zor Citizen journalist [1]
    23 October 2012 Fatima Khaled Saad, aka Farah El Rayes Latakia A female citizen journalist tortured to death by the government forces [1][29]
    23 October 2012 Anas Al-Ahmed Unknown Citizen journalist [1][29]
    20 October 2012 Omar Abdul Razik Lattouf (uncle) Aleppo Citizen journalist [1]
    20 October 2012 Mohammed Jumaa Abdul Karim Lattouf (nephew) Aleppo Citizen journalist [1]
    10 October 2012 Mohammad Al-Ashram Deir ez-Zor Syrian News Channel (Al-Ikhbariyah TV) [30]
    3 October 2012 Mona Bakkour Aleppo (Saadallah Al-Jabri Square) Thawra [1]
    2 October 2012 Ahmed Ali Saada Damascus Citizen journalist and worked for the Syrian National Council [1]
    27 September 2012 Mohamad Fayad Askar Deir ez-Zor (Al Kousour) Citizen journalist [1]
    26 September 2012 Abdul Aziz Ragheb Al-Sheikh Deir ez-Zor (Al Jabla) Citizen journalist for Shaam News Network [1]
    19 September 2012 Abdul Kareem Al Okdah Hama Citizen journalist for Shaam News Network [1]
    9 September 2012 Tamer Al-Awam Aleppo Freelance filmmaker [31]
    6 September 2012 Anas Al-Abdullah Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    6 September 2012 Tahseen Al-Toum Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    6 September 2012 Nawaf Al-Hindi Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    4 September 2012 Mohamed Badeer Al-Qasim Homs Citizen journalist who started a media center in Deir ez-Zor [1]
    22 August 2012 Maya Nasser Damascus Press TV (Iran) [32]
    22 August 2012 Omar Hamed al Zanil (also transliterated Omar Al Hamed Al-Zamel) Al-Hirak, Izra' District, Daraa Governorate Citizen journalist [1][33]
    22 August 2012 Musab al-Odallah Naher Aisha, Damascus Tishreen [34][33][35][36][37]
    20 August 2012 Mika Yamamoto (Japanese) Aleppo Japan Press [38][39]
    11 August 2012 Ali Abbas Jdaidet Artouz (town), southwest of Damascus Journalist for SANA who was killed at his home [40][41][42][43]
    11 August 2012 Bara'a Yusuf al-Bushi Al-Tall Citizen journalist [40][42]
    10 August 2012 Hatem Abu Yehya Al-Tall Syrian News Channel (Al-Ikhbariyah TV) [40][44][45]
    3 August 2012 Mohammed al-Saeed Jdaidet Artouz, southwest of Damascus SANA TV presenter who was kidnapped and executed [40][41][46]
    3 August 2012 Ahmad Salam Damascus Citizen journalist [1]
    3 August 2012 Zuhair Muhammed Al-Shaher Deir ez-Zor Citizen journalist [1]
    22 July 2012 Mahmoud Sudqi Idlib Governorate Citizen journalist [47]
    19 July 2012 Mohamed al-Husni Al-Qusayr, Homs Governorate Citizen journalist and director of the Media Centre in Al Qusour [1][48]
    18 July 2012 Ali Juburi al-Kaabi (Iraqi) Damascus Al Roaa (Iraq) [49][50]
    18 July 2012 Falah Taha (Iraqi) Damascus Al Roaa (Iraq) [49][50]
    12 July 2012 Ihsan al Buni (also transliterated Ihssan Al-Binni) Damascus (Daraya) Al-Thawra [1][51][52]
    4 July 2012 Suhaib Dib Damascus Citizen journalist [53][54]
    4 July 2012 Alaa Umar Jumaa Kansaba Citizen journalist [55]
    2 July 2012 Mohamed Hamdo Hallaq Azaz (near Aleppo) Citizen journalist [53][54]
    28 June 2012 Mohammed Ali Al Haymad Damascus (Daraya) Citizen journalist [1]
    28 June 2012 Samer Khalil Al-Sataleh (Al-Salta), aka Abou Yasser Damscus (Douma) Citizen journalist [1][53][54]
    27 June 2012 Mohammad Shamma Damascus (Drousha) Syrian News Channel (Al-Ikhbariyah TV) [56][57]
    27 June 2012 Zaid Kahel Damascus (Drousha) Syrian News Channel (Al-Ikhbariyah TV) [56][58]
    27 June 2012 Sami Abu Amin Damascus (Drousha) Syrian News Channel (Al-Ikhbariyah TV) [56][58]
    26 June 2012 Wael Omar Barad Jarjaraz Citizen journalist [1]
    25 June 2012 Ghias Khaled Al-Hmouria Damscus (Douma) Citizen journalist [53][54]
    21 June 2012 Hamza Mahmoud Othman Homs Citizen journalist [1][59]
    21 June 2012 Omar Al-Ghantawi Homs Citizen journalist [53][54]
    16 June 2012 Ahmed Hamada Homs (Baba Amr) Citizen journalist [60]
    15 June 2012 Bassim Barakat Darwish Al-Rastan, Homs Governorate Citizen journalist & founder of the Rastan Media Center [61]
    13 June 2012 Ayham Youssef Al Hariri Houran Citizen journalist [1]
    10 June 2012 Khaled Al-Bakir (Al-Bakr) Al-Qusayr, Homs Governorate Citizen journalist & founder of Alaasi Revolution News Network [60][62][63]
    31 May 2012 Abdulhameed Idriss Matar Al-Qusayr, Homs Governorate Citizen journalist [1]
    28 May 2012 Bassel Shehadeh Homs Citizen journalist [64][65][66]
    28 May 2012 Ahmed Al Assam Homs Citizen journalist [66][67]
    27 May 2012 Ammar Mohamed Zado (also transliterated Amar Mohamed Souheil Zada) Damascus (Al-Midan) director of Shaam News Network [1][66][68][69]
    27 May 2012 Ahmed Adnan Al-Ashlaq Damascus (Al-Midan) Shaam News Network [66][68][70]
    27 May 2012 Lawrence Fahmy Al-Naimi Damascus (Al-Midan) Shaam News Network [66][68][71]
    17 May 2012 Mohammed Hassan Azhari Damascus Citizen journalist who was arrested, tortured, and killed in a Syrian prison [1]
    4 May 2012 Abdul Ghani Kaakeh Aleppo (Salah Al-Din) Citizen journalist [72][73][74]
    17 April 2012 Khaled Mahmoud Kabbisho Idlib Citizen journalist [66][75][76]
    17 April 2012 Alaa al-Din Hassan al-Douri Hama Governorate Citizen journalist [66][75][76]
    14 April 2012 Sameer Shalab al-Sham Homs Citizen journalist [66][76][77]
    14 April 2012 Ahmed Abdollah Fakhriyeh Dumeir (northeast of Damascus), Rif Dimashq Governorate Citizen journalist [66][76]
    6 April 2012 Anas Al-Houlani Homs Citizen journalist [1]
    29 March 2012 Ahmed Mohamed Djibril Idlib Citizen journalist who was 17-years old at the time he was shot and killed [1][78]
    26 March 2012 Walid Bledi (Algerian/British) Darkush (near the Turkish border) U.K. freelance journalist [79][80][81][82][83]
    26 March 2012 Naseem Intriri (Algerian/French) Darkush (near the Turkish border) U.K. freelance journalist [79][80][81][82][83]
    26 March 2012 Jawan Mohammed Qatna Al-Hasakeh (Ad Darbasiyah) Kidnapped (Kurdish) citizen journalist for Free Derbassiyeh Coordination Committee whose body was later discovered [79][83]
    9 March 2012 Amr Kaaka Doma (near Damascus) Citizen journalist [1]
    24 February 2012 Abdullah Khaled Awad Al-Qusayr, Homs Governorate Citizen journalist [1]
    24 February 2012 Anas al-Tarsha Homs (Qarabees) Citizen journalist [66][84]
    22 February 2012 Remi Ochlik (French) Homs French freelance photographer for IP3 Press photo agency [85][86][87]
    22 February 2012 Marie Colvin (American) Homs The Sunday Times (UK) [85][88][89][90]
    21 February 2012 Rami al-Sayed Homs (Baba Amr) Citizen journalist [66][91][92][93]
    7 February 2012 Mazhar Tayyara (also transliterated Madhar Amr Tayara) Homs Freelance journalist for Agence France-Presse (France), The Guardian (UK), Die Welt (Germany) [94][95][96][97][98]
    5 February 2012 Saleh Samih Murjan Karm Zeitun (near Homs) Citizen journalist [1]
    27 January 2012 Usama Burhan Idriss Homs (Inshaatt) Citizen journalist [1]
    11 January 2012 Gilles Jacquier (French) Homs France 2 [99][100][101][102]
    2 January 2012 Shoukri Ahmed Ratib Abu Bourghoul (also transliterated Shukri Ratib Abu Burghol) Damascus (Daraya) al-Thawra (daily) and Radio Damas [103][104][105][106]
    28 December 2011 Muawiya Ibrahim Ayoub Al-Rastan, Homs Governorate Citizen journalist [1]
    27 December 2011 Muatassim Al-Saleh Hama Citizen journalist [1]
    27 December 2011 Basil al-Sayed Homs (Baba Amr) Citizen journalist/videographer [107][108]
    21 December 2011 Rami Ismail Iqbal a Syrian prison Citizen journalist [1][59]
    15 December 2011 Bilal Jibss Idlib (Kafr Tkharam) Citizen journalist [1]
    15 December 2011 Hamza Khalid Amer Shamseen (near Homs) Citizen journalist [1]
    6 December 2011 Firas Barshan Homs Citizen journalist [1]
    26 November 2011 Nizar Adnan Humsa Homs (Al Bayada) Citizen journalist who died while in custody of the Syrian intelligence agency [1]
    20 November 2011 Ferzat Jarban Al-Qusayr, Homs Governorate Freelance TV camera operator [109][110][111]
    5 May 2011 Ahmed Souleymane Daheek Homs Citizen journalist [1]

    America and American press is more than rude to the many peoples of the USA when it isolates America from the rest of ourpoorworld in its reporting.  Therefore, I leave out the 2 Americans meaning them no more/no less a slight than does the American media family of ONE.
    RC

  • Yankee Please Stay Home!

    Some USA Wars

    China 1945 – 1946
    Syria 1949
    Korea 1950 – 1953
    China 1950 – 1953
    Iran 1953
    Guatemala 1954
    Iraq – 1950's 1958, 59, 70's etc
    Tibet 1955 – 1970
    Indonesia 1958
    Cuba 1959
    Democratic republic of Congo 1960 – 1965
    Dominican republic 1961
    Vietnam 1961 – 1973
    Brazil 1964
    Belgian Congo 1964
    Guatemala 1964
    Laos 1964 – 1973
    Dominican Republic 1965 – 1966
    Peru 1965
    Greece 1967
    Guatemala 1967 – 1969
    Cambodia 1969 – 1970
    Chile 1970 – 1973
    Argentina 1976
    Turkey 1980
    Poland 1980 – 1981
    El Salvador 1981 – 1992
    Nicaragua 1981 – 1990
    Cambodia 1980 – 1995
    Angola 1980
    Lebanon 1980 – 1984
    Grenada 1983 – 1984
    Philipinnes 1986
    Lybia 1986
    Panama 1989 – 1990
    Iraq 1991
    Kuwait 1991
    Somalia 1992 – 1994
    Iraq 1992 – 1996
    Bosnia 1995
    Iran 1998
    Sudan 1998
    Afghanistan 1998
    Yugoslavia – Serbia 1999
    Afghanistan 2001
    Iraq 2002 – 2003
    Somalia 2006 – 2007
    Lybia 2011
    Syria 2010 – On going
    Ukraine 2014 – On going

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