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“We have a lot of issues with Iran. They're a yard long. The nuclear issue is 1 foot of that yard. We have 2 feet of other issues that we must deal with. And it has to do with Iran's destabilizing activities. But since the nuclear deal has been concluded what we have witnessed is Iran has stepped up its destabilizing activities in Yemen, it stepped up its destabilizing activities in Syria, and exports arms to Hezbollah and other terrorist groups, and it continues to conduct a very active ballistic missile program. None of that I believe is consistent with that preamble commitment.” said Rex W. Tillerson speaking about Syria conflict. It’s one of the 819 quotes about Syria conflict you can find on this page. 457 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Donald J. Trump, Boris Johnson and Ryan Dillon. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Mehmet Aksoy

Why is it, that the sacrifice of such selfless souls is not receiving the attention it deserves in the media?feedback

Ibrahim al Idlibi - Free Syrian Army

The Turks will be taking up positions 40 km deep inside Idlib as

Abdul Jabar Akaidi

The Turks presented the factions of the FSA the military and logistical support so that Idlib escapes the fate of Deir Zor or

Ibrahim al Idlibi - Free Syrian Army

Nearly 200 troops are now stationed in areas that separate territory under control of Kurdish groups and opposition

Andrej Babis

We need to deal with Syria and Libya. We need a Marshall Plan for Syria, and for that we need to bring Trump, Putin and Erdoğan to the table. That's the priority

Tim Benton

We have to grow considerably different things in considerably different ways. Certainly for our prime crops, like wheat, the wild relatives are thought to be really important because of the genes that can be crossed back into the wheat lines we have in order to build resilience and adaptation to climate

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

We said we may come unannounced one night, and tonight our armed forces started the operation in Idlib with the Free Syrian Army. We are the ones with the 911 km border with Syria, the ones who are constantly under

Michael Fallon

If you are a British national in Iraq or Syria and if you have chosen to fight for Daesh - an illegal organisation that is preparing and inspiring terror attacks on our streets - then you have made yourself a legitimate target. You run the risk every hour of every day of being on the wrong end of an RAF or a United States missile. Protecting this country is the first duty of a Prime Minister. Corbyn's continued refusal to back drone strikes on terrorists who are actively plotting murder on our streets shows he is simply not fit to lead and keep us

Mike Pompeo

In recent years, the IRGC has become more reckless and provocative, seeking to exploit the vacuum left by instability in the Middle East to aggressively expand its influence. It openly vows to annihilate Israel. And when you look at the death and destruction inflicted in Syria, Yemen, and Iraq by Tehran and its proxies, the threat is clear: Iran is mounting a ruthless drive to be the hegemonic power in the

Frauke Josenhans

I visited his studio and was completely fascinated by this universe he's created from little objects and bric-a-brac. It illustrates the ongoing conflict in Syria, but it is not only a political work. It is also deeply personal and reflects what it means to not be able to return to a country you grew up in, to be separated from the family and friends you love because of political

Mohammad Alloush

We announced a preliminary agreement over the will to enter into a ceasefire and de-escalation deal for the

Hassan Rouhani

OK, if you want to keep Daesh (the Islamic State group) in this region for 20 years and use it as a tool, then OK, it is your right to be angry with the Revolutionary Guards. Because the Revolutionary Guards, by their planning, and support for the nations of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon have humiliated Daesh. We are one society. We are all Iran. There are no differences among our factions in confronting our enemies' conspiracies. The current US president has created a situation where Iran is more integrated than ever, more unanimous, more

Ange Postecoglou

Timmy is Timmy, that's why he's a great Australian sportsman. He's got real belief in himself. He's just a unique, extraordinary individual and he led from the front

Ange Postecoglou

Timmy was Timmy and that's simply why he's the greatest ever. He's just a freak. I'd hazard to think when the last time he played 90 minutes was, let alone

Ange Postecoglou

I think Timmy would've belted me if I took him off. We haven't flogged him, we've used him when we needed

Binali Yildirim

The reason for our activities is to prepare the groundwork and prevent a potential migrant wave into our country and lower

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

When we don't go to Syria, Syria comes to us. If we didn't take our measures, bombs would fall on our

Maher Awad

It was a hard luck for the Syrian team that has wasted no chance to

George Salloum

I should be supporting Australia because I have been here all my life [but] it's human nature, you always have a soft place in your heart for the place that you're from. Plus, Syria are the

George Salloum

It's good for Syria – with what's happening there you'd think there would be no soccer team. People think the whole country is in ruins, but it's showing the world we're still up there and thriving. The country is still up and running, and people are so proud of

George Salloum

What has happened is a catastrophe in any way you want to measure it, cities and villages have been destroyed and people have been killed on both sides. The hatred and division is so profound it will take generations and generations to heal

Ange Postecoglou

I won't be going into it with a different mindset because it's an absolute privilege and honour to coach your

Ange Postecoglou

I think he's maturing in the right way and from an international standpoint it's only been the last 12-18 months since he's come into more

Ange Postecoglou

[Cahill starting is] an option for us. We obviously kept a few back the other night. It's the way we've chartered our course through qualifying process, with different formations and players at different times. I've coached my nation for 11 years, more than club football - every game is special, I treat every game as if it's my

Ange Postecoglou

Tim's one of those who didn't play the other night and is raring to go. But there are a few we can look to in terms of

Binali Yildirim

We will ensure safety in Idlib, and will cooperate with

Emma Beals

The de-escalation process is allowing Assad to continue to implement this strategy within the framework of an internationally sanctioned political

Ahmed Rahhul

Astana is just like a piece of fabric stretched over parts of the country. These de-escalations freeze the problem, they do not solve

Emma Beals

For the international community, who have failed in large part to see through this process, a return to violence may have larger implications for their attempts to push for a political and sustainable

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

There's a serious operation in Syria's Idlib today and it will continue. Now this step has been taken, and it is

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

When you enter a boxing match, you don't count how many punches you

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

For now Free Syria Army is carrying out the operation there. Russia will be protecting outside the borders (of the Idlib region) and we will handle inside. Russia is supporting the operation from the air, and our armed forces from inside Turkey's

Christine Rivière

I wanted to make the most of [time with] my son before he dies… I know that will happen, of course, and if it does I'll be happy for him because I know what that means for him. I know he will have a place in paradise… I want what he wants, like every good

Boris Johnson

To stop their adventurist and expansionist plans, causing trouble in Yemen, Syria or anywhere else. On the other side, we in the UK feel that Iran – a country of 80 million people, many of them young and potentially liberal – could be won over. I think it is important they see there are benefits from the JCPOA (an acronym for the nuclear agreement), so we in the UK want that

Vladimir Putin

What we've done at OPEC serves the entire global economy well. We will look at the situation in late March. I think this is

Igor Konashenkov

If the United States views such operations as unforeseen 'coincidences,' then the Russian air force in Syria is prepared to begin the complete destruction of all such 'coincidences' in the zones under their control. The main obstacle to completing the defeat of Islamic State in Syria is not the military capability of the terrorists but the support for them, and flirtation with them, by the United

Hassan Rouhani

We want security and stability in the Middle East ... The independence referendum in Iraq's Kurdistan is a sectarian plot by foreign countries and is rejected by Tehran and Ankara. We will not accept a change of borders under any

Dmitry Peskov

Of course Moscow is concerned about the fate of these citizens if they are citizens of the Russian

Mohammed al-Jokhadar

In Syria, it exists, psychological therapy. But most people, especially older ones, don't try

Theophilus Bela

If you see the actions of these hard-line groups, and threats from ISIS, or Indonesian militants coming back from Syria, they are a threat to interfaith cooperation in

Ryan Crocker

And you can be sure that if Kurdistan declares independence Iran will attack, Turkey will attack, Syria will attack–and Iraq will not accept it. We cannot resist all these countries. He was keenly aware that while there could be some debate on what the worst of times was in the modern period–because there Kurds in Iraq had an awful lot of bad times–there was no question in his mind that the post-'03 situation was the best of times for the Kurds–and he wouldn't take action that would jeopardize

Rachel Rooney

I found it really moving. It was passionate and complex. She was asking: 'How can I do myself justice through a poem? How can I create a homeland on paper?' And then she was actually doing it.

Josh Rogin

Team Trump says Iran can't rule Syria, but nobody will say how Trump intends to stop

Fawza Youssef

The reality in Syria and Iraq is not the same. If there will be exclusion of the Kurdish people, stripping them of political and cultural rights...of course with time this would lead to

Aladdin Sinayic

He had wanted to go for a long time but stayed at home for the sake of his mother. He talked to her a lot about how he dreamed of moving to Kurdistan and I think she was scared for him but understood why he had to go. She told me today that she has lost her best

Can Atas

Mehmet grew up with stories about revolutionary Kurds. His uncle was a big inspiration to

Recep Tayyip Erdogan

If Israel does not reconsider its support for Kurdish independence, Turkey could not take any steps. Those trying to establish new states in Iraq and Syria should not be surprised when they are tossed aside by those who use them. This referendum decision, which has been taken without any consultation, is

Joe Dunford

I think you can argue that they (Iran) have certainly in Syria. It's been relatively consistent in Yemen with regard to their support for the Houthis, and clearly their support for Lebanese Hezbollah has been at a high level for some period of time. And you can argue over the last few months, whether it's related to JCPOA or not, that Iranian activity inside Iraq has certainly increased as they look to the end game in

Ryan Dillon

Our mission … is to defeat ISIS in designated areas of Iraq and Syria and to set conditions for follow-on operations to increase regional

Amarnath Amarasingam

The last one I know was definitely alive was the British fighter Omar Hussein, the 'supermarket jihadist'. He was last online in July, but nothing has been heard

Amarnath Amarasingam

A bunch of the people I've spoken to I think will die fighting. They are pretty hardcore and devoted to the

Bashar al-Assad

Talking about foiling the Western project in the region doesn't mean we are victorious. They have failed, but the battle is still going on. The signs of victory are there, but signs are something and victory itself is another

Joe Macaron

The war as we knew it is over. What's left now is dividing the

Aron Lund

Assad lost half of the country, half of Aleppo and parts of Damascus, and he wouldn't budge. Now that he's taken most of that back, it's ridiculous to think he'll budge

Bashar al-Assad

We will not allow enemies and rivals to achieve through politics what they failed to achieve through

Sergei Rudskoi

According to our information, U.S. intelligence services initiated the offensive to halt the successful advance of government troops to the east of Deir

Bashar al-Assad

We lost the best of our youth and our infrastructure. It cost us a lot of money and a lot of sweat, for generations. But in exchange, we won a healthier and more homogeneous society in the true

Bassam Alahmad

The Syrian regime is now the furthest from being toppled. Fewer powers are interested in making that happen than was the case near the beginning of the Syrian

Firas al-Khatib

Today, we are on the land of our homeland and in the service of our homeland. We are people who walk where the winds take us. During the siege, we were with the revolution. Now we are hanging Bashar's photos and we sing for

Hamish de Bretton-Gordon - NATO

The chance that North Korea might provide jihadis with some of their chemical or nuclear capability is a huge concern at the moment. What some people forget ... is that in 2006 North Korea helped [Syrian President Bashar al-] Assad and his regime set up their own nuclear program which was destroyed by the Israelis. But only as recently as a few weeks ago, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons intercepted two North Korean ships heading towards northern Syria with equipment to make chemical

Ryan Dillon

The Coalition reserves the right to protect itself and its vetted Syrian partners against any

Binali Yildirim

Naturally, it is a question of timing as to when security, economic and security options are implemented. Developing conditions will determine

Hassan Rouhani

Whether you like it or not, we are going to defend the oppressed peoples of Yemen, Palestine and

Mohammed Shibli

Even if it was a criminal case, this just shows how vulnerable Syrians are here. I do not feel safe anymore. I think it is better to leave

Alaa Basatneh

I'm confused, speechless, afraid, and hopeless. Please keep Syrians inside and outside of Syria in your prayers. Nowhere is safe for a pro-revolution Syrians on this

Hashim al-Moussawi

We couldn't find any support for Iraq from America or Arab or Islamic countries, except Iran. Iran supported Iraq with arms and

Elias Farhat

If Iran can open this road they will have access through Iraq and Syria all the way to Hezbollah in

Akram Kaabi

Our fate and future are the same. We announce our complete solidarity and support with your loud cry against the oppressive Zionist

Shakhwan Abdullah

All the groups in Iraq other than Shi'ites will be under threat if Iran can make this road. Sunnis will be displaced. The Kurdistan region will be under threat and Christians will be under

Shajul Islam

We are very wary of sharing information about how bad the damage is because the regime will just come back around and finish the

Staffan de Mistura - United Nations

What has to change is the Syrian government's will to negotiate, till now we have spoken about how to prepare ourselves for the negotiation. We must help Syria to reconstruct; for all of that a political process is

Hassan Rouhani

The great nation of Iran has always pursued peace and security in the region and the world, and has always defended the oppressed people of the world. We will defend the downtrodden people of Yemen, Syria, and Palestine whether you like it or

Michael Fallon

That is why we need to examine how to provide medallic recognition for those making a vital contribution to Operation Shader outside the battlespace, from Reaper pilots taking life and death decisions to those who ensure our planes can strike Daesh

Majd Eddin Ghazal

It's a big challenge for Syrian people and for sportsmen coming here or to any competition to get the medals, because you know the situation now in Syria. I've won about 12 medals for my country between the Asian Games, the World Championship and the Diamond League, so I am very happy about that. I want to send a message to the whole world that Syria is still

Ryan Dillon

They had a face-to-face discussion, laid down maps and graphics to discuss where those deconfliction measures would be put into

Michael Fallon

It is only right that those who have performed above and beyond in this fight against the evil of our time get the recognition they deserve. This medal will do just that. Our troops have made huge contributions to the fight against Daesh (ISIS), helping end its tyranny in large parts of Iraq and Syria. They have conducted over 1,500 strikes against Daesh terrorist targets and helped train nearly 60,000 Iraqi security forces. The campaign is not over but for those that have served we rightly honour the critical role they have played in helping keep us

Emmanuel Macron

I proposed that we initiate the work of a contact group at P5 level [Britain, China, Germany, France, Russia], which has been done, and we will widen it to represent the political forces in Syria and the regional powers without Iran. The United Nations Secretary General and France will play the role of mediator for Iran so that we have a parallel negotiation, but that will enable us to include Iran in the

Kamal Wazne

Syria made the machine faster. A confrontation is going to be deadly, destructive and painful for both

Emmanuel Macron

Let's be honest, the tensions are on the rise, look at the activities of Hezbollah and Iran's pressure on Syria. We need a clear framework to be able to reassure regional countries and the United

Emmanuel Macron

The process in Geneva has stopped and there is only the Astana process which will lead to tensions between the participants because it is a process that is a mechanical partition of

Michael Fallon

It is only right that those who've performed above and beyond in this fight against the evil of our time get the recognition they deserve. This medal will do just that. Our troops have made huge contributions to the fight against Daesh, helping end its tyranny in large parts of Iraq and

Johnny Stringer

That particular example for us very much brought it home because civilians had been herded in, forced literally at gunpoint, to go and watch this going on in their

Boris Johnson

We believe that the only way forward is to get a political process going and to make it clear to the Iranians, Russians and Assad regime that we, the like-minded group, will not support the reconstruction of Syria until there is such a political process and that means, as Resolution 2254 says, to a transition away from

Michael Fallon

The changing character of warfare provides new challenges - not just about how we fight but also how we recognise and support those who serve. As fighting has evolved we have adapted, ensuring our troops have cutting-edge equipment including unmanned systems operated from outside the battle space. Our recognition of service, the risks taken, and the long-term effects must therefore adapt too. Our troops have made huge contributions to the fight against Daesh, helping end its tyranny in large parts of Iraq and

Ange Postecoglou

There is a short turnaround from the last matches so we are fully focused on these upcoming fixtures against Syria. The players that we have selected for these crucial matches all have the benefit of several club matches under their belts over the past few weeks, and I am confident whichever 23 players we settle on will be able to do the job next

Donald J. Trump

Refugees from Syria are now pouring into our great country. Who knows who they are – some could be ISIS. Is our president insane?feedback

Ange Postecoglou

Now that the match venues have been confirmed [in Malaysia and Sydney] we will prepare for our fixtures against Syria just like every other international opposition we faced throughout this

Boris Johnson

We have one big card left to play in a pretty poor hand and that is the cash we can provide for the reconstruction of Syria. It is vital that we do not play that card prematurely, but instead when there is a serious political process that will culminate in elections in which not only the people in Syria, but the 12 million or so that have been expelled are able to vote. If we can get a political process that will lead to a transition away from Assad then we should play the reconstruction

Rami Abdel Rahman - Syrian Observatory for Human Rights

An hour later, the regime launched air strikes on the operation's supply lines. Raids are now ongoing across southern Idlib province and northern parts of Hama

David Satterfield

The defeat of ISIS is underway. We are all committed to humanitarian aid. And that will continue to flow, of course. But the reconstruction of Syria depends very much on that credible political

David Satterfield

We're engaged in working with Russia, deconfliction with Russia, as we each move on defeating ISIS. It's not a rivalry. It's not a

Heather Nauert

I strongly refute these claims. They don't add up. The State Department is focused on important matters of diplomacy. In fact, at this moment Secretary Tillerson is chairing a meeting with the foreign ministers of 15 like-minded countries and the EU on

Angelina Jolie - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

This could be Syria. This could be Myanmar. I didn't plan on becoming a director. But through directing I've had to learn a lot. And I've tried different styles and I've learned different things. When I did 'Unbroken,' I was going to the classics that I loved and trying to understand that. This one, I think I finally found something that was just mine, that wasn't something that I was in any way trying to emulate. I was thinking: I know children and I love the way children look at

Peter Kosminsky

People contemplating going to Syria are people with no sense of investment in our society. They feel very apart from it, and more importantly, they feel a sense of disgust at our society … And they're looking for a band of brothers or sisters, or a place where they will be welcomed, [where they] don't feel like they have to hide or make excuses for their

Peter Kosminsky

These are groups of people with a very absolutist attitude to society who want to tear it down and replace it. But they're also looking for a place where they feel they can

Peter Kosminsky

What I was trying to do was show a kind of battle between the head and the heart. In her head, she's rationalized this. She believes in the concept of the caliphate, a perfect place for Muslims that she can help build. But her heart is protesting in the most violent way

Peter Kosminsky

It doesn't do any service to people who've suffered at the hands of ISIS to pretend that all the people who go over there are clinically

Bill Roggio

It's impossible to know with Yemen, it's impossible to know with Iraq and Syria, [how many CIA strikes have occurred].feedback

Maria V. Zakharova

The meeting was on cooperation in Syria crisis, Middle East issues and Minsk

Heather Nauert

The two recommitted to deconflicting military operations in Syria, reducing the violence, and creating the conditions for the Geneva process to move forward, pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolution

Alexander Lapin

A key breakthrough took place here in the fight against ISIS. The successful and decisive offensive on Deir Ezzour began from

Rex W. Tillerson

We have a lot of issues with Iran. They're a yard long. The nuclear issue is 1 foot of that yard. We have 2 feet of other issues that we must deal with. And it has to do with Iran's destabilizing activities. But since the nuclear deal has been concluded what we have witnessed is Iran has stepped up its destabilizing activities in Yemen, it stepped up its destabilizing activities in Syria, and exports arms to Hezbollah and other terrorist groups, and it continues to conduct a very active ballistic missile program. None of that I believe is consistent with that preamble

Margot Wallstrom

We discussed here how to bring it back to the U.N.-led process and Geneva. I would say so. It's good if the Astana process leads to de-escalation and a reduction of the violence but it has to lead into the political

Binali Yildirim

Those who are looking forward to their dreams of having an artificial state in Syria and Iraq should be well aware that any attempt that threatens our national security from inside and outside the country will be responded to

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah

(W)e have won…the war…and what remains are scattered

Leon Wieseltier - The Brookings Institution

The Holocaust museum, if it stands for anything, stands for the idea that we should always act against genocide and that there's something forever wrong and unsatisfying about the idea that we can do nothing to alleviate radical evil. This paper basically whitewashes the Obama administration's inaction on Syria and says that there's nothing we can

Elliott Abrams - Council on Foreign Relations

I was on the board for – I think it was nine years. I did not see one single case in which there was political influence on a staff

Orrin Hatch

Of all the monuments and symbols in our nation's capital, none has a more important message than the Holocaust museum. It would be a tragedy for that message to be even slightly diminished by partisan

Menachem Z. Rosensaft

It leaves the option of discussing the report internally, deciding whether or not to keep it pulled, deciding whether to repost it, or deciding to post or publish it but in a broader context together with other

Marc Lynch

It's absolutely shocking that they would pull a report simply because their supporters didn't like the conclusions, which is the only way to interpret what they

Ahmed Abu Khawla

We have requested explanations from the Russian government. We have asked for explanations from the coalition ... and necessary action to stop these

Paul Funk

Coalition officials are available and the deconfliction line with Russia is open 24 hours per

Andrew Tabler

The recent U.S.-Russian de-escalation deal in southwest Syria, which gave the regime and Shiite militias a chance to fight ISIS, was supposed to come with greater Russian commitments to deconflict with the U.S. and its proxy the SDF along the Euphrates River. Today's strike, as well as Russian announcements in last few days that it and the regime intend to cross over the Euphrates, has called the deal into

Alexander Lapin

All the conditions are in place for the final stage of defeating Isis in Syria. I can promise you that no Isis terrorist will ever set foot in this town

Danny Davis

So having troops constantly fighting overseas in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan – those things are not keeping us safe. And in fact, in some ways, they're actually contributing to rouse some of these radicalized people. We need to really be careful. What we have to do is get at the causes of radicalism and the causes of Islamic terror. And that's not going to be done on a combat

Daniel Byman - The Brookings Institution

Europe has all of these land entry points. And especially when you're taking about the Islamic State – notionally, you could drive from Syria to Paris. You wouldn't drive, technically; you'd cross borders, take buses and all that, but even so, it's just harder to

Brett McGurk

Our coalition will help ensure that these terrorists can never enter Iraq or escape from what remains of their dwindling

Alexander Sazanov

The fighting stopped, things are back to ordinary life, more or less. Not everything is sweet and simple, it would be good of course if there was more humanitarian aid. But at the present time, only Russia is tackling this problem. I haven't seen anyone else doing

Abu Saad

That was when I left. Others joined me later, and more are coming

Rex W. Tillerson

We already see elements of ISIS in the Philippines, as you're aware, gaining a foothold. Some of these fighters have gone to the Philippines from Syria and Iraq. We are in conversations with the Philippine government, with Indonesia, with Malaysia, with Singapore, with Australia, as partners to recognize this threat, try to get ahead of this

Nicholas J. Rasmussen

At one point, we were worried about this out-rush, outflows, massive outflows of foreign fighters once the battlefield situation changed in Iraq and Syria and that Western countries, countries in the region, would be flooded with returnees. I think now speaking kind of broadly, that's less likely than we first

Abu Saad

A rehabilitation programme? Maybe. I went to Syria some time in 2012. I went to support the Syrian people and in the first few months I was with the Muhajirin (an auxiliary group of foreign fighters).feedback

Sergey Lavrov

We expressed our support to resolve all issues relating to the de-escalation zones'

Eli Ben-Meir

But the more it got bigger and expanded, the more it had to do with winning these hearts and

Eli Ben-Meir

Usually, the guys involved in agriculture, in feeding the population, in taking care of the health situation, are the same guys that are responsible for defending them and fighting against the

Eli Ben-Meir

First of all, it had to do with morals. People were injured on the other side of the border, coming to our fence – they were going to die. Then it led to a lot of other things. There was an understanding that if we weren't there, somebody else would influence

Priyanka Chopra

I think the world needs to understand that this is not just a Syrian refugee crisis, it's a humanitarian

Priyanka Chopra

It's a fight, it's a battle, and I am not afraid to fight it. I was considered darker toned, so in my head, I was not pretty and that's the

Priyanka Chopra

Some of them want professional careers, some of them want to go back to their countries and rebuild. Parents ... want that for their

Ayman Safadi

The goal is to set up a de-escalation zone in the fastest possible time. Our priority is that our borders are secure and that means that there should be no Daesh nor Nusra nor sectarian

Donald J. Trump

As far as Syria is concerned, we have very little to do with Syria other than killing [IS].feedback

Abu Khawlah

We at the military council decided to start this decisive operation. The morale of our forces is strong and we are ready for

Bruce Bechtol

Everything that I've seen suggests that the majority of this stuff goes on ships. Ships are easier to hide. You wouldn't think so. But aircraft have to file flight plans. Cargo and transport aircraft have to fly through air space… It's much easier just to reflag a ship under some nondescript nation that nobody would think was carrying arms and send it to

Ryan Dillon

We saw some ISIS fighters break out in fisticuffs, which we assess to be their frustration at being stuck in the middle of

David Ignatius

Out of the spotlight, the secretary of state seems to be crafting a broad strategy aimed at stabilizing the situations in North Korea, Syria and

Amos Yadlin

The factory that was targeted in Masyaf produces the chemical weapons and barrel bombs that have killed thousands of Syrian

Theresa May

The message is clear: do not travel, do not engage in dangerous activities, do not put yourself or those you care about at

Donald J. Trump

I would prefer not going the route of military. We have very little to do with Syria other than killing Isis. I will be a mediator here in the White

Jason Brownlee

If members of Congress were forced to take an affirmative stance in favor of intervention, for many of them that would be a tough vote to cast, given what the country has been through in Iraq and Afghanistan. If you actually started debating the perpetual state of conflict post-9/11, you would immediately run into the question of what the boundaries should be. The hawks don't want to put any constraints down on paper, and why ask permission when nobody's going to stop you?feedback

Tommy Mørk

They were wearing uniforms that said u.s.

Paulo Pinheiro

We gathered extensive evidence including 43 interviews with victims, eyewitnesses, first responders, medical staff and persons who visited the site as well as photos of remnants and satellite imagery. On the basis of this information we concluded that the chemical attack was carried out by a Syrian SU-22 aircraft which dropped three conventional bombs and a sarin bomb in Khan

Ryan Dillon

If we do identify and find ISIS fighters who have weapons – and like I said, we can discriminate between civilians and ISIS fighters – we will strike when we can. If we are able to do so, we

Ali Haddad

My heart still loves Syria and will always want the team to do well. Then my head tells me what this regime has done to its people, and I realize the game is just another step toward Assad turning a page on the destruction of his

Ahmed Mohamed

No one expected us to achieve like this. Not even me, but here we are, just a match away from the big

Majd Sarsar

This wasn't about politics for me. It was just about sport. But tonight, I feel together with my countrymen. I do. And we needed

Mohammed Ibrahim Samra

Despite all this and despite the shelling and injured, things are running in the city. The institutions are running, the bakeries. Water is also pumped twice a week to our residents, aid is distributed

Steve Townsend

The Syrian regime is letting women and children suffer in the desert. This situation is completely on

Anto Kuswanto

If we use our normal logic, it doesn't make sense. We educated him to be a good guy. He had never even been in an

Restituto Padilla

There have been a number of foreign fighters who made their way here under the guise of humanitarian workers. Some come through the back door. It's a very porous

Ryan Dillon

It was moving this morning and then they had stopped. ... I don't know if they stopped for a break or were trying to figure out what to

Steve Townsend

I would imagine life getting kind of hard on those buses after two and a half days or more, largely cooped up in those buses driving around in the

Steve Townsend

So we decided to go look for these buses and we found them. And so we watched, and when ISIS came out to link up with them, we started striking ISIS. And again, we haven't struck the convoy, but we have struck every ISIS fighter and/or vehicle that has tried to approach that convoy, and will continue to do

Ryan Dillon

We have continued to conduct strikes. We will continue to do that. If they want to continue to spend resources and put themselves out there, we will continue to strike

Rami Abdul Rahman - Syrian Observatory for Human Rights

Russia opposed the deal and stated that it would target any convoy leaving Raqqa. Therefore, the international coalition and S.D.F. have been fighting ISIS for over three months now, which resulted in the killing of hundreds of S.D.F. fighters, more than 800 civilians and the destruction of the city due to constant airstrikes. Since Russia obstructed that deal, the U.S. is now obstructing the Hezbollah-ISIS

Ryan Dillon

They're on the move. They're trying a different route; we're watching all the way through. If ISIS wants to continue to send known ISIS fighters and vehicles toward this convoy, we will continue to fight

Asim Bashir

The Met's Art and Antiques Unit have had no referrals to support the claim that the London art market is experiencing an upsurge in artifacts emanating from conflict zones in Syria and

David Ignatius

Even after the Islamic State is routed, U.S. troops can play a key mediating

Hassan Nasrallah - Hezbollah

We transported those defeated militants from one front we fight in to another front we also fight in. Those who have been transferred are not large in numbers; 310 defeated, broken fighters will not change anything in the equation of the battle in Deir al-Zour province, which is said to have tens of thousands of

Rita Katz

Some users on a pro-ISIS chat group called reports of the event 'Fake news,' asking, Since when is news from Hezbollah authentic? One user wrote, No need to respond to these ridiculous claims, it is known to everyone that Islamic State fighters ride on VBIED'S, not green

Haider al-Abadi

We fight the terrorists in Iraq. We do not send them to Syria – we kill them in

Dana White

We are reviewing Iraq and Syria and the same guiding principles will govern how we roll out those numbers as

Brett McGurk

Irreconcilable #ISIS terrorists should be killed on the battlefield, not bused across #Syria to the Iraqi border without #Iraq's consent, . Our @coalition will help ensure that these terrorists can never enter #Iraq or escape from what remains of their dwindling '

Lina Attalah

Egypt was never a country that used to block websites. It was never like China or

Ryan Dillon

ISIS is a global threat, and to relocate terrorists from one place to another for someone else to deal with is not acceptable to the coalition. Our goal is to prevent this convoy from moving to ISIS-held territory to reinforce ISIS elements

Haider al-Abadi

We consider it an insult to the Iraqi people. Moving this number of terrorists for such a long distance through Syria is unacceptable. We are fighting terrorism in Iraq and we are killing them in Iraq. We don't send them to

Amir Nizar Zuabi

I don't have solutions. And I'm not vain enough – or stupid enough – to think this is going to change anything on the ground in Syria. Every village has its own

Haidar al-Abadi

There should be full cooperation on the elimination of terrorism, not the evacuation of them from one place to the

Ryan Dillon

The coalition, we are not party to this agreement between Lebanon, Hezbollah and ISIS. Their claim of fighting terrorism rings hollow when they allow known terrorists to transit territory under their control. ISIS is a global threat, and relocating terrorists from one place to another is not a lasting

Ryan Dillon

We will take action where necessary; those would be absolutely lucrative targets. We are monitoring them in real

Ryan Dillon

Our forces did receive fire and return fire and then moved to a secure location. The coalition has told Turkey to tell the rebels it backs there that firing on US-led coalition forces is not

Daniel M. Renaud

Effectively [sic] immediately and until additional guidance is received, you may not take final action on any petition or application where the applicant is a citizen or national of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, and

Ibrahim Ali

A lot of people are doing it to get to Europe, the US and Canada. While I plan to stay in Lebanon, I know hundreds who been baptised just to help their applications. They would do anything to have security for their

Benjamin Netanyahu

This is something Israel cannot accept. This is something the U.N. should not accept. The victory over ISIS is welcome. Iran's entry is unwelcome, endangering us, and in my opinion, endangering the region and the

Avidgor Lieberman

We are determined to prevent any threat to the security of the citizens of

António Guterres - United Nations

I understand the security concerns of Israel, and I repeat that the idea or the intention or the will to destroy the State of Israel is something totally unacceptable from my

António Guterres - United Nations

I will do everything in my capacity to make sure that UNIFIL fully meets its mandate. I dream that I will have the chance to see in the Holy Land two states able to live together in mutual recognition, but also in peace and

António Guterres - United Nations

I believe that the horror of the Holocaust should be such that anti-Semitism should now be dead

Nikki Haley

Gen Beary says there are no Hezbollah weapons. That's an embarrassing lack of understanding on what's going on around

António Guterres - United Nations

I dream that I will have the chance to see in the Holy Land two states able to live together in mutual recognition, but also in peace and security. To express that the right of existence of the state of Israel doesn't exist or the wish to destroy the state of Israel is an unacceptable form of modern

António Guterres - United Nations

I will do everything in my capacity to make sure that UNIFIL fully meets its mandate. To express that the right of existence of the state of Israel doesn't exist or the wish to destroy the state of Israel is an unacceptable form of modern

Abbas Ibrahim

We believe, almost certainly, that these are the remains of the

Abbas Ibrahim

I know this is a difficult moment ... Liberating the land often calls for offering our souls to this

Abbas Ibrahim

Those who surrendered from Daesh led us to the soldiers. The rest will be sent into Syria. We do not bargain. We are in the position of the victor and are imposing conditions.