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(Al Jazeera)   French experts helped Syrian general run away   ( aljazeera.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Syrians, foreign intervention, Libyan rebels, safe zone, arms industries, umbrella organization, Syrian National Council, Hafez al-Assad  
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2012-09-11 03:44:50 PM  
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Trance750: It's sad when a nation like France can trace it's last military victory to Napolean

First of all, you are dumb to the point you can't even spell Napoleon.

Secondly, one of the last defeats of the french military was in Vietnam, and you certainly are aware of how the US managed to get the nation's ass handed to them in that very same conflict.

Thirdly, France isn't invading third world countries left and right like the US is doing for the past decades. This tends to lower the score, if there is one.
2012-09-11 07:41:26 AM  
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Syria's most prominent defector, General Manaf Tlass, has hinted that French secret agents helped him escape from Syria, where he had long been a member of President Bashar al-Assad's inner circle.

"The French [intelligence] services helped me get out of Syria and I thank them for that," Tlass, w

One heck of a hint.
2012-09-11 07:41:11 AM  
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