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YouTube Channel Deleted / New Update Below

Google owned YouTube have deleted our channel claiming we violated their ‘Community Standards’; it turned out we were not the only victims, first they tried to rip us off from the revenues by striking most of our videos with their ‘not advertisers friendly’ claim, while they continued to play ads on the same videos, then removing the whole channel.

We had over 500 very important videos, most of which were and still exist on terrorist groups channels but not addressed to the Western or the international societies as it is in Arabic or Urdu to help them recruit more radical graduates of Saudi sponsored ‘Madrassas’, and all we did was adding English subtitles to these videos so the world will realize who is killing the Syrian people, which made the propagandists work more difficult.

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YouTube supports al-Qaeda and deletes hundreds of videos and tens of channels in the process to hide the truth and maintain one narrative only: The Pentagon Narrative.

This will not stop us defending our country and exposing the lies of the Western politicians, their media aka fake news, their lobbyists and their regional stooges. We will not let them take control of the last bastion against their hegemony goals to turn our beloved country Syria, the cradle of civilization to one of their client countries or divided in-fighting ’emirates’ or ‘sheikhdoms’ asking the USA to solve our internal issues like the case now with the Gulfies.

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YouTube Rejects to Return Our Channel

We have found one platform for now to host our videos called and we will continue to find other ways to upload our massive library deleted by al-Qaeda’s official propaganda platform on Social Media.

This attempt by Google-owned YouTube reminds us of what Facebook also did the same on multiple occasions deleting hundreds of pro-Syria profiles, groups, and pages while it protected and even promoted profiles, groups, and pages that explicitly called for genocide against Syrian civilians and Syrian public institutes. This might upset those simple-minded in the West especially to learn about, but this is how their countries justify invading other countries, then a decade or more later would or would not apologize for the invasions they carry out based on mere lies.

Obviously, NSA-colluding platforms are trying to remain the monopoly of news but thanks to the hundreds of activists this will never happen and with your support, we can fight them back and restore our rights in free will, free speech and decide our own future.


Update July 22, 2017: We have no clue why but YouTube has revised ‘again’ our channel and deemed it ‘is not in violation with (their) Terms of Service.’ and since have re-instated the channel or as they called it ‘unsuspended our account’.

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YouTube Re-Instates our Channel

However, and for our surprise, this didn’t come for free. The Google-owned monopoly or monopoly wanna remain, stroke a number of the videos with ‘Copyright claims

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YouTube instantly after re-instating our channel strikes many videos with copyright claims

We are in the process of backing-up all our videos from there and continue to look for a more stable, unbiased, proper online library to maintain the videos and revisit all the articles here and update the relevant posts with the new links to the new library just to be on the safe side from having another set of YouTube admins decide to delete our channel again for no proper reason and without prior notice. Your suggestion on the new alternative to YouTube platform are very much welcomed and highly appreciated.


  1. justice

    Arabi Souri,
    There is no puzzle to solve.
    The 9/11 was indeed an inside job by the Mossad/CIA demonic duo, as suggested by many, using available evidence.
    The Saudis, if there really were any, were all patsies, or their names have been hijacked. How could the FBI come up so quickly with the list of suspects, without any enquiry, if that list was not made beforehand?
    The offcial version of events that day is even challenged by politically neutral parties of engineers and architects in the USA itself.
    9/11 was a bland check handed over by the Mossad/CIA for the US to wage endless wars on Muslims. Afghanistan, fiercely independant, was invaded first, purportedly to track down the US-designated mastermind of 9/11, Bin Laden, who vehemently denied any involvement. He died shortly afterwards of kidney failure. Regardless, the US still found a Bin Laden clone in Pakistan, 10 years later in 2011, to “kill” him and get Obama reelected. So, why invade Afghanistan if Bin Laden was hiding in Pakistan all along, a US vassal state? The answer is, the US wanted a puppet regime instead of the independent Taliban in Afghanistan, to control the resource-rich strategic region of Central Asia. 9/11 was the pretext. As a reminder, the Taliban came to power in 1996 by prevailing over pro-US Islamic factions in a civil war they entered in 1994.
    The US regime then turned to Iraq, to topple a nationalist leader, S. Hussein, using the 9/11 pretext partially with fake proof that the Iraqi leader was in cahoots with “Al Qaeda”. The other pretext was also a lie, that Iraq was hiding chemical weapons.
    “Al Qaeda”:
    “Al Qaeda” itself has a murky history, too long to elaborate on. It started off as CIA code name for recruting foreign volunteers to fight the Russian occupation in Afghanistan. Later the same CIA pushed the story of “Al Qaeda” as the fieresome terror group that did 9/11, fake news eagerly picked up and amplified by the media.
    Before 9/11, nobody has ever heard of “Al Qaeda”. The 1993 bombing of the Twin Towers was not blamed on “Al Qaeda”. Bin laden was never on the FBI list of wanted suspects for the 9/11 attacks.
    If he really was a suspect with enough evidence, why did the FBI missed putting him on its list of wanted terrorists for 9/11? Such an overlook is possible only because of lack evidence, except for media disinformation. So many sources are available to put to rest the 9/11 official myth and “Al Qaeda” with it. Which doesn’t mean that that brand was not used much later on by Insurgent groups in the Arab world for self-aggrandizement, AQAP and AQMI among them.

    Some background knowledge in ISIS history will tell how it emerged as a potent fighting force by a coalescence of multitude of Sunni insurgent groups that cropped up in the wake of US invasion of Iraq in 2003, culminating in the “Islamic State” in 2014!
    The ISIS fighters captured Sunni territory from the US-installed Shia regime in Iraq in 2014, hence the demonizing of that group as “terrorist” and over-hyping of its atrocities. US-supported groups’ atrocities in western Syria were at the same time down played or ignored by the media.
    The US used mass bombings to stop “ISIS” advance in 2014 and later used the same methods in 2016-2017 to roll back “ISIS” gains in Iraq in order to support its puppet regime in Baghdad, and eventually captured “ISIS” HQs in Raqqa (eastern Syria) using Kurdish terrorist gangs as ground force.

    One would be hard pressed to find any consistency in US policy. The US supports a Shia puppet regime in Iraq, but at the same time opposes the Shia regime in Iran.The US supports a Sunni Saudi Arabia, yet destroyed the Saudi-financed “ISIS” in Iraq, because the latter was fighting on the “wrong” side, as mentioned earlier.
    The USA for its own interests will kill foreign peoples without any qualms whatsoever, as befits a top terrorist state.

  2. justice

    Arabi Souri,
    As a proponent of free speech only when it suits your agenda, you may have missed a point.
    Challenging your pro-Syrian bias and falsehoods doesn’t mean one is on the side of the “beloved western media”.

    • Arabi Souri

      Utterly rubbish, there’s a war between two camps, if you side against either you’re helping the other, directly or indirectly.
      In addition, you didn’t fix your comment yet and refrained from attacking other commentators, from the looks of it, you’re not in any better position to attack others.


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