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SYRIA: History in the Making as Syrian Arab Army Breaks ISIS Siege of Deir Ezzor

How many of us can truly say we have witnessed such exhilirating history in the making? Footage of the Syrian Arab Army and their allies entering the city of Deir Ezzor has just been released. Yet another one of the brutal and punishing sieges maintained by ISIS and assorted US coalition armed and funded extremist forces has had its back broken by the SAA and the stubborn resistance of the Syrian people. We are witnessing the end of our existing global order, the victory of Truth over Force and asymmetric power and the birth of a new geopolitical paradigm.
Our endless gratitude should be extended to the brave people of Syria for the gift they have given to Humanity – the proof that resistance will prevail despite all the odds against them. The following video was posted by independent Aleppo MP, Fares Shehabi, on Facebook. Watch (Article first published on 5 September 2017 at 21st Century Wire.)

About Lebanon

From around 1981 Until 2006, Lebanon, to the north of Israel suffered a number of incursions by land see and air from neighbouring Israel. On each occasion, Israel was able to inflict considerable material and human damage on the Lebanese and Palestinian refugees in the region whilst suffering minimal casualties themselves. The plight of the Lebanese drove the English rock band "The Human League" to produce their hit single The Lebanon 1n 1984.

In 2006, when Israel launched another incursion into Lebanon, the local Islamist resistance group Hezbollah was this time ready for them and this time inflicted a humiliating defeat on the invading Israelis as described on pages 460-462 of The Shock Doctrine (2007) by Canadian author Naomi Klein.

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