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Report: Rebels Lay Siege To Scud Launching Site
[Ynet] Battles between Assad's forces, rebels continue to claim victims from both sides with civilians caught in the crossfire; dozens killed on Saturday

The ongoing Syrian civil war saw dozens of Syrians killed on Saturday with no sign of the violence dying down after more than two years of fighting.

Al Arabiya TV reported that 79 people were killed across Syria Saturday and some 90 other bodies were taken from underneath the rubble in Aleppo following army Arclight airstrikes.

...back at the bunker, his Excellency called a hurried meeting of his closest advisors. It was to be his last. They discussed the officers's efficiency rating system...
locals active on social networks quoted Al Arabiya as saying that rebel forces were laying siege to the 155th brigade in the outskirts of Damascus
...The place where Pencilneck hangs his brass hat...
where the army is launching Scud missiles at the north.

On Friday, rebels reported that the Syrian army had bombed two districts in the city of Aleppo. According to the reports, the army targeted civilian homes burying entire families under the rubble.

Video footage showed buildings on fire and victims being rushed to hospitals in cars. A British human rights
...which are usually open to widely divergent definitions...
activist said that 30 houses had been destroyed in the shelling.

According to another report, rebels broke into the Baath Party headquarters in the city of Khan Aranbe in the Golan Heights, several miles from the Syria-Israel border.

Sources said the rebels killed locals, seized weapons, set the building on fire and captured a ruling party member.
Posted by:trailing wife

#2  A good man could climb to the underside and generally avoid the timber baskets. The boiling water and flaming tarred arrows were a bitc* however. Fok the ladders. Spent my time on the arbalests.
Posted by: Besoeker   2013-02-24 03:36  

#1  I'm loving the repeling devices in the illustration. Were they real? Off frame left is a giant safe on a wooden crane......
Posted by: Shipman   2013-02-24 01:49