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    This site is being hacked by 'Syrian' hackers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    This site is being hacked by 'Syrian' hackers...
    I left a message on their FB page, perhaps they will fix it ... or maybe another false flag: Mossad did it!

    Syrian Hackers' FB page --
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    Are these the same dudes that allegedly fired the sarin gas, getting even with the ZZ for posting that video? Or is it Mossad finally getting even with the ZZ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katz View Post
    Are these the same dudes that allegedly fired the sarin gas, getting even with the ZZ for posting that video? Or is it Mossad finally getting even with the ZZ?
    My money is on Mossad. It was a false flag attack.

    Here is my chat with them -
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=314974058640086

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    Human Rights group says Assad regime responsible for chemical attack

    Adam Serwer, @adamserwer10:32 AM on 09/10/2013

    Corpses are buried in mass graves during the aftermath of chemical weapon attacks in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta, Syria on August 21, 2013 (Photo by Rex Features/AP)

    An investigation by the international group Human Rights Watch found that the Syrian regime of dictator Bashar al-Assad is most likely responsible for the Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack outside Damascus that the U.S. government says killed more than 1400 people. Although the intelligence services of France and Germany have also said they believe the Assad regime carried out the attack, the Human Rights Watch investigation is the first in-depth assessment not conducted by state intelligence agencies.

    In a statement accompanying the 22-page report, Peter Bouckaert, of Human Rights Watch said the “evidence strongly suggests that Syrian government troops launched rockets carrying chemical warheads into the Damascus suburbs that terrible morning.”

    Human Rights Watch compiled the report based on interviews with residents of the Damascus suburbs hit by the August 21 attack, information from medical staff who treated victims in the aftermath, and the debris left over from the incident. The report states that two kinds of rockets used in the attack are of Syrian and Russian origin, and “have never been reported to be in the possession of the opposition.” Neither has the Sarin gas the report says they were armed with. The group also says the opposition lacks the equipment to fire the rockets, which are shot from vehicle-mounted launchers.

    Critics of the Obama administration have been skeptical of the U.S. government’s evidence on Syria, particularly after the Iraq War that began in 2003 after the Bush administration made a case for invading the country based on weapons of mass destruction that were never found. Some have alleged that the rebels might be responsible, while others, like talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, have indulged the conspiracy theory that President Barack Obama framed Assad for the attack in order to bolster the case for striking Syria. Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson of Florida wrote in the New York Times last week that, “I don’t know who is right, the administration or The Daily Caller,” citing a report from the conservative website that said the rebels were responsible.

    In an interview with CBS’ Charlie Rose that aired Monday, Assad said he was unsure that a chemical weapons attack even occurred and said he opposed the use of chemical weapons. “We’re not sure that anything happened,” Assad told Rose, adding later that “we are against any W.M.D., any weapons of mass destruction whether chemical or nuclear.” The Assad regime said Tuesday morning that it would agree to a Russian proposal to hand over the chemical weapons in its possession in exchange for averting a potential U.S. military strike. Syria foreign minister Walid al-Moallem said the regime would accept the deal to “uproot U.S. aggression.”

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    ASSAD REGIME RECORD ON HUMAN RIGHTS


    Human Rights in Syria Before the Civilian War

    JUNE 24TH, 2013 IN BLOG BY MOIEN ODEH0 COMMENTS
    According to International Human Rights organizations, human rights situation even before the Syrian Civil war was considered exceptionally poor.[1] Syria was under a state of emergency[2] from 1963 until the Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad decided to cancel it on April 2011 as a respond to protests.[3] The Ba’th Party is the only party in Syria.[4] No political parties were licensed and emergency rule, imposed in 1963, remained in effect.[5]


    Through his days in office (30 years), Hafiz Al-Assad ruled the Syria with iron hand. One of the most famous stories about Al-Assad regime was “Hama Massacre”.[6] In this massacre, Al-Assad regime killed between 10, 000 and 55,000 civilians in Hama city as a respond to protests against the regime.[7]

    Bashar Al-Assad became the head of Ba’th Party after his father Hafez Al-Assad (the former president) died. After he became a president, Bashar Al-Assad promised to improve Syria records in Human rights. But, since he came to power nothing changed and no improvements were in the Syrian Human Rights record.[8]
    According to the 2008 report on human rights by the United States State Department:
    The Syrian government’s respect for human rights worsened, and it continued to commit serious abuses. The government systematically repressed citizens’ abilities to change their government. In a climate of impunity, there were instances of arbitrary or unlawful deprivation of life. Members of the security forces tortured and physically abused prisoners and detainees. Security forces arrested and detained individuals without providing just cause, and lengthy pretrial and incommunicado detention remained a serious problem. Considered common practice since 2006, the government violated citizens’ privacy rights and imposed significant restrictions on freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and association, amid an atmosphere of government corruption.


    Security services disrupted meetings of human rights organizations and detained activists, organizers, and other regime critics without due process. In addition, throughout the year the government sentenced to prison several high-profile members of the human rights community, especially individuals affiliated with the national council of the Damascus Declaration for Democratic National Change (DDDNC), an umbrella organization bringing together a range of reform-minded opposition groups. Violence and societal discrimination against women continued.

    The influx of Iraqi refugees, moreover, exacerbated the incidence of sexual exploitation, including of minors. The government discriminated against minorities, particularly the Kurds and the Ahvazis, and severely restricted workers’ rights.[9]
    Besides that, Syria has a long record of arbitrary arrests, systematic torture, prolonged detention of suspects, and grossly unfair trials. Thousands of political prisoners, many of them members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood and the Communist Party, remain in detention. In recent years, dozens of people suspected of being connected to the Muslim Brotherhood have been arrested upon their voluntary or forced return home from exile.[10]

    Furthermore, Ba’th Party and security forces restrict fundamentals rights. For example, the security forces controlling freedom of movement for the Syrian people and prevents people from even approaching embassies of foreign countries, making difficult to get a visa to travel abroad. Furthermore, Syrians cannot leave the country without an “exit visa” granted by the authorities.[11] Freedom of Speech and media also has many restrictions. The number of news media has increased in the past decade, but the Ba’ath Party continues to maintain control of the press.[12] Journalists and bloggers have been arrested and tried.[13]


    [1] Human Rights Watch “World Report, 2010”. Available at: http://www.hrw.org/world-report-2010.

    [2]A state of emergency is a governmental declaration which usually suspends a few normal functions of the executive, legislative and judicial powers, alert citizens to change their normal behaviors, or order government agencies to implement emergency preparedness plans. It can also be used as a rationale for suspending rights and freedoms, even if guaranteed under the constitution. Such declarations usually come during a time of natural or man-made disaster, during periods of civil unrest, or following a declaration of war or situation of international or internal armed conflict. Justitium is its equivalent in Roman law.

    In some countries, the state of emergency and its effects on human rights and freedoms and governmental procedure are regulated by the constitution and/or a law that limits the powers that may be invoked. Rights and freedoms may be suspended during an emergency, for instance, freedom of movement, but not non-derogable rights. In many countries it is illegal to modify the emergency law or the constitution during the emergency.

    [3] See, CHALLENGING REPRESSION HUMANRIGHTSDEFENDERS IN THE MIDDLE EAST ANDNORTHAFRICA, Amnesty International, 2008 at: http://www.amnesty.org/en/library/as...0012009eng.pdf
    [4] Id.
    [5] World Report, 2010, supra note 1.
    [6] See, SYRIAN TROOPS ARE SAID TO BATTLE REBELS ENCIRCLED IN CENTRAL CITY, NY Times. Available at: http://www.nytimes.com/1982/02/12/wo...tral-city.html.
    [7] For farther information about the massacre see, 1982: Syria’s President Hafez al-Assad crushes rebellion in Hama
    The Guardian, available at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardia...e-1982-archive.
    [8] See, Syrian human rights record unchanged under Assad, report says, The Guardian, at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010...nchanged-assad
    [9] U.S. Department of State, 2008 Human Rights Report: Syria. Available at: http://www.state.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt...nea/119127.htm
    [10]Human Rights Watch “World Report, 2005”. Available at: http://www.hrw.org/legacy/wr2k5/wr2005.pdf.
    [11] See, Banning travel- When the regime gets edgy, it stops its critics from going abroad, The Economist,
    at http://www.economist.com/node/17155868
    [12] See, Ten Years after Bashar El-Assad’s installation, the government still decided who can be a journalist, Reporters without Borders USA, at: http://en.rsf.org/syrie-ten-years-af...010,37959.html
    [13]See, 10 Worst Countries to be a Blogger, at: http://www.cpj.org/reports/2009/04/1...-a-blogger.php





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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    My money is on Mossad. It was a false flag attack.

    Here is my chat with them -
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=314974058640086

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    We've seen how the Assad regime has a 30-year abysmal record in human rights. Their entrenched habits do not do much to suggest they did not also gas their own people.

    As for these hackers purporting to be Assad flunkies, well, who knows... However, by hacking this site in a most reprehensible manner they have demonstrated the lengths they are willing to go to get their 'message' across. I wonder if it has yet occurred to them that hacking websites is MISBEHAVING, in ultra-poor taste, is illegal and there are other ways of promoting your message. Hacking is probably the WORST POSSIBLE WAY. In other words, they really don't give a damn...

    "We didn't harm any file of ur data" is what they said; which implies they COULD... if they wish.

    Admin: How TF did they manage to hack the ZZ so easily, in the way they did? I thought all that NSA security bullshit was supposed to stop crap like this, originating offshore. SOMEBODY'S not doin their job! Hackers should be waterboarded!

    PS Who the fuck murdered +1400 people with poison gas? At this point, nobody knows for sure... But Obama's intelligence is pretty certain Assad did it. (See video)
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    In Obama's impressive 15-minute address to the nation on Syria, he reveals some of his intelligence: that Syrian troops were issued with gas masks just prior to the August 21 gas attack, and that Syrian generals were ordered to provide detailed reports on the effects of the gas attack. These 'Syrian' hackers here on the ZZ are allegedly on Assad's team. I challenge them to refute Obama's intelligence reports.

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