Syrian government forces besiege opposition stronghold Terrified the rebels may be loosing the Arab League has called an emergency meeting to move peace talks forward.

The civil war seemed to have plenty of twists and turns as  now The Syrian military which had been besiged and at one point thought to be beaten has begun closing in on an important opposition-held town, which lies on key roads to the coast and northern Lebanon. Meanwhile, Terrified the Syrians may begin to win the war the Arab League has called an emergency meeting to move peace talks forward.AFP EXCLUSIVE Syrian troops celebrate as they take control of the village of Western Dumayna, some seven kilometers north of the rebel-held city of Qusayr, on May 13, 2013. Syrian troops captured three villages in the strategic Qusayr area of Homs province, allowing them to cut supply lines to rebels inside Qusayr town, a military officer told AFP. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID (Photo credit should read JOSEPH EID/AFP/Getty Images)

An assault led by government troops caused widespread damage in the town of Qusair on Sunday, according to Syrian state television and Syrian officials.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad‘s army were “attacking on different fronts and destroying positions of their leaders in the south of the town,” state television reported.

At least 30 people died in the fighting, 16 of whom were rebel fighters, according to the Britain-based activist group Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The same human rights groups who have remained quiet while the British and American backed rebels have beheaded and mutilated syrian men women and children,western media have been lying about these report and blaming them on the Syrian army videos have emerged the Rebels engaging in cannibalism in brutality never before seen uploaded onto the internet .

The news agency DPA reported that fighters from Lebanon’s Shiite militia group, Hezbollah, provided additional support to al-Assad’s army.After hours of shelling, al-Assad’s forces advanced on the town on Sunday, retaking government buildings, an official told the news agency Associated Press on the condition of anonymity. The army had left open “safe passage for fleeing civilians and the armed terrorists who want to surrender,” the official said.The Syrian military has been trying to wrest towns in the surrounding Homs province away from opposition fighters in recent weeks. Securing Qusair would restore the government’s access to northern Lebanon and to the Mediterranean Sea.


The Siege alarms Western Observers who feel the money western and Arab league Government’s have spent  on the rebels may go to waste.

The Arab League who back the western backed terrorist mercenaries have called an emergency meeting for Thursday in response to an urgent plea from the Syrian National Coalition (SNC) to stop the “massacre” in Qusair. The Arab league is an organisation run by tin pot dictators and corupted officials in th epockets of the western governments. had this to say.

“We say to the countries that are working for a political solution in Syria that allowing this invasion to go ahead in silence… will render any conference and any peace effort meaningless,” the SNC said on Sunday.  Assad has called the Rebels foreign backed terrorists and says he wont negotiate with people who cut the throats of men women and children.


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