’Israel’ Intervenes in Ghota Battles – What’s the reality of what is happening in the Gota?


UPDATE:

هجوم الغوطة فشل بشكل كامل والقتلى بالمئات بينهم عرب و مفاوضات للهرب

 

   هجوم الغوطة فشل بشكل كامل والقتلى بالمئات بينهم عرب و مفاوضات للهرب

اكد الاعلامي حسين مرتضى أن الهجوم على الغوطة الشرقية قد فشل نهائياً ولم تستطع المجموعات المسلحة أن تحقق أي شيء الآن المبادرة
أصبحت بيد الجيش السوري ويقوم الآن هو بملاحقة المجموعات المسلحة التي تنتشر في بعض البساتين وهذا الكلام حتى باعترافات المجموعات المسلحة أن الهدف من الهجوم قد فشل.
وأضاف  أن هناك أعدادا كبيرة من القتلى أغلبهم من السعودية قتلوا خلال هذه المعركة وهناك العديد من الجثث موجودة داخل البساتين في منطقة الغوطة الشرقية.
وأوضح مرتضى أن المثلث الأخطر والأهم ما يسمى مثلث العتيبة بالكامل، الذي أصبح تحت سيطرة الجيش السوري، والآن يستكمل عملياته باتجاه تنظيف المناطق الأخرى التي تتواجد فيها المجموعات المسلحة ويأتي ذلك بعد ساعات فقط من استعادة السيطرة على بلدة دير عطية الاستراتيجية، وأن الاشتباكات تدور على اطراف النبك حيث حسب المعلومات أن هناك أعداداً من المسلحين الذين حاولوا الفرار خلال الساعات الماضية وتم قتل بعض قادة هذه المجموعات المسلحة في منطقة النبك.
وأشار  أنه “بحسب بعض المعلومات أن بعض المجموعات المسلحة تحاول أن تتفاوض وتطلب أن لايكون هناك هجوم شرط أن تنسحب باتجاه مناطق يبرود ومناطق الزبداني ومنها إلى عرسال”.
وأضاف  أنه “خلال الساعات الماضية كنا أول من ذكرنا ان هناك أعداد من المسلحين الذين تم إدخالهم إلى منطقة عرسال اللبنانية ولم تتوقف هذه الحالة والليلة تم إدخال عدد من المسلحين المصابين الذين أصيبوا خلال المعركة في النبك وهم من جنسيات عربية ومن بينهم مقاتلون لبنانيون والآن تم إدخالهم إلى بلدة عرسال لتتم معالجتهم داخل الأراضي اللبنانية في بلدة عرسال وفي بعض الأحراش وخصوصاً بساتين الكرز والتفاح الموجودة في منطقة عرسال ومن يعرف طبيعة المنطقة يعرف الأماكن التي نتحدث عنها “.
والمح الاعلامي حسين مرتضى إلى أن “المعلومات تتحدث عن دور الكيان الاسرائيلي الذي كان عاملاً أساسياً في هذه معركة الغوطة الشرقية، من خلال عمليات التشويش ومن خلال عمليات الاستطلاع وتحديد أماكن انتشار الذي كان يقوم بها الجيش السوري بالإضافة الى تزويد المجموعات المسلحة بكل هذه المعلومات لذلك كان هذا الهجوم الأعنف والأشرس والأخطر لكن المهم في كل ذلك الآن”.
التيار

’Israel’ Intervenes in Ghota Battles

Local Editor

Zionist armyBattles launched more than a week ago of Damascus by a surprised assault against the Syrian army forward posts in the eastern Ghota may turn to be the first occasion involving the Israeli army effectively in the war in Syria along one of the parties, Lebanese daily Assafir reported Saturday.

Sources told the newspaper that Zionist troops have provided reconnaissance maps and photos of the Syrian army positions to the attacking force, which moved from Jordan under the leadership of Saudi-U.S.-Zionist coordinated intelligence.

“However, the great Israeli contribution in the East Ghota battle was the pillar of the whole attack. According to security information, before the start of the first round of the attack, the Israelis succeeded to disrupt communications system for each of the Fourth Division, the Republican Guard, units of Hezbollah elite forces, the Iraqi Abu al Fadl al Abbas factions deployed in the region.

During the first hours of the attack, the Israelis used electronic means of encryption, and managed to disrupt radio communications between Syrian groups and their allies on the first line of defense, which was breached quickly, and led to the fall of the seven villages and farms in the area of al-Marj.

It has become known that units of the fourth division stationed in the region had lost contact with commanders, and other units protected retreating groups’ lines towards the second line of defense to prevent the attackers from progress toward their strategic goal of Otaiba, which forms the entrance to East Gouta and the key to the siege imposed over it.

Source: Newspapers
30-11-2013 – 13:52 Last updated 30-11-2013 – 13:52

Advertisements

Justice for Jewish Refugees!

Justice for Palestinian  Jewish Refugees!
Who better to put lipstick on the proverbial pig than the cosmetic empire mogul and President of the World Jewish Congress, Ronald S. Lauder?

In a recent opinion piece published in the Jewish Week (thanks to Rehmat for this find), Lauder claims that the world “has long recognized the Palestinian refugee problem without recognizing the other side of the story — the 850,000 Jewish refugees of Arab countries.”
He omits the role of the Zionist terrorist false flag operations in “convincing” the Arab Jews to emigrate to Israel. In essence he omits the most glaring aspect of the real commonality of the two refugee groups: the plight of both was caused directly by the zionist state.
As Rehmat noted, “Israeli historian professor Yigal Bin-Nun (Bar-Ilan University), in a study exposed Zionist lies about Jewish exodus from Morocco. Based on his study of Moroccan Jewish community, Bin-Nun has claimed that Mossad, the national intelligence agency of Israel, was behind the whole operation wherein about 160,000 Moroccan Jews left Morocco for the Zionist occupied Palestine.”
Needless to say Lauder also omits to mention that to this day the very Arab Jews for whom he demands “redress” are treated as second-class citizenin Israel. Rehmat reminds us that “similar terrorist activities were carried out in Iraq, Iran, Libya, Syria, Tunisia and other places to force the local Jews to leave their ancestral homelands and settle on lands and properties stolen from Native Muslim and Christian Palestinians.”
Lauder further states that “for any Middle East peace process to be credible and enduring, it must ensure that all bona fide refugees receive equal rights and treatment ..”
Should we gather from this that he proposes, in the interest of equal treatment, that all those Jewish refugees be placed in refugee camps?
“World Jewry,” he informs us as the President of its Congress,  “hopes and expects this principle will inform American diplomacy as it facilitates the current Israeli-Palestinian negotiations and works for peace and justice at the United Nations. To highlight the issue, the World Jewish Congress recently hosted an event at the United Nations with the Israeli Mission, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and Justice for Jews from Arab Countries.” 
He goes on to explain why the plight of the Jewish refugees is considerably greater than that of the Palestinian refugees:
They were even more numerous than the Arab refugees from Palestine; their losses of property and institutions were in fact far greater.”
When it comes to finding a legal loophole, Lauder knows who is the go-to-man:
“As Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz explained to our conference at the United Nations last year, the rights of Jewish refugees of Arab countries are in fact enshrined in Security Council Resolution 242, which refers to the rights of “refugees” in the Arab-Israel conflict without specifying their nationality.” 
Lauder is pleased to note that the US is on board with this and has been since 2008:
“In April 2008, the U.S. Congress unanimously adopted a historic resolution that granted first-time recognition to Jewish refugees from Arab countries. It declared that no comprehensive Middle East peace can be reached without recognition of, and redress for, the legitimate rights of Jewish refugees from Arab countries. Further, Congress said that all bilateral and multilateral discussions and documents should refer to the multiple Middle East refugee populations that arose from the Arab-Israeli conflict.”
As for the “redress” expected, Lauder insists it is not about money (it never is, ask Germany and Switzerland):
“At its core, the issue is not about money. It is about recognition — that Jews were victimized and displaced from their countries of birth; legality — that under international law, Jews were legally determined to be refugees; and equality — that all refugees must receive equal rights and redress.”
Actually this is the only part that contains a kernel of truth: money is not the main objective. The real purpose is to DENY the Palestinian refugee tragedy by making it secondary to the “far greater” Jewish losses and to tie the ‘peace process’–nonviable in itself–to yet another condition.
Jewish shamelessness and gall never fails to top itself to ever more nauseating depths of amorality.

Britons protest over Israel plan to remove 70,000 Palestinian Bedouins

More than 50 public figures including Antony Gormley and Brian Eno put names to letter opposing expulsion from historic land

Bedouin children walk to school in the Negev desert

Bedouin children walk to school in the Negev desert. Photograph: Karen Robinson

More than 50 public figures in Britain, including high-profile artists, musicians and writers, have put their names to a letter opposing an Israeli plan to forcibly remove up to 70,000 Palestinian Bedouins from their historic desert land – an act condemned by critics as ethnic cleansing.

The letter, published in the Guardian, is part of a day of protest on Saturday in Israel, Palestine and two dozen other countries over an Israeli parliamentary bill that is expected to get final approval by the end of this year.

The eviction and destruction of about 35 “unrecognised” villages in the Negev desert will, the letter says, “mean the forced displacement of Palestinians from their homes and land, and systematic discrimination and separation”.

The signatories – who include the artist Antony Gormley, the actor Julie Christie, the film director Mike Leigh and the musician Brian Eno – are demanding that the British government holds Israel to account over its human rights record and obligations under international law.

According to Israel, the aims of the Prawer Plan – named after the head of a government commission, Ehud Prawer – are economic development of the Negev desert and the regulation of Palestinian Bedouins living in villages not recognised by the state.

The population of these villages will be removed to designated towns, while plans for new Jewish settlements in the area are enacted.

But Adalah, a human rights and legal centre for Arabs in Israel, says: “The real purpose of the legislation [is] the complete and final severance of the Bedouin’s historical ties to their land.”

The “unrecognised” villages in the Negev, whose populations range from a few hundred to 2,000, lack basic services such as running water, electricity, landline telephones, roads, high schools and health clinics. Some consist of a few shacks and animal pens made from corrugated iron; others include concrete houses and mosques built without necessary but unobtainable permission.

The Bedouin comprise about 30% of the Negev’s population but their villages take up only 2.5% of the land. Before the state of Israel was created in 1948 they roamed widely across the desert; now, two-thirds of the region has been designated as military training grounds and firing ranges.

Under the Prawer Plan, between 40,000 and 70,000 of the remaining Bedouin – who became Israeli citizens in the 1950s – will be moved into seven over-crowded, impoverished, crime-ridden state-planned towns. The Israeli government says it is an opportunity for Bedouins to live in modern homes, take regular jobs and send their children to mainstream schools. They will be offered compensation to move, it adds.

Miranda Pennell, a film-maker and one of the letter’s signatories, said: “Citizenship counts for nothing in Israel if you happen to be an Arab. Tens of thousands of Palestinian Bedouin are being forcibly displaced from their homes and lands. At the same time, there are Israeli government advertisements on the web that promise you funding as a British immigrant to come and live in ‘vibrant communities’ in the Negev – if you are Jewish. This is ethnic cleansing.”

The actor David Calder said: “The Israeli state not only practices apartheid against the Palestinians in the occupied Palestinian territories, but it seems they have no hesitation in practicing apartheid on their own citizens – in this instance, the Bedouins. When is the west going to find these actions intolerable?”

Partition of Palestine: Loss of Palestine

 Al-manar
Eslam al-Rihani

USA: Norman Finkelstein On November 29, 1947, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 181 recommending the implementation of the Partition Plan of Palestine. The Plan was described as a Plan of Partition with Economic Union which, after the termination of the then British Mandate over the Arab country, would lead to the creation of two independent Arab and Jewish States along with a  Special International Order for the City of al-Quds.The Plan sought to address the conflicting objectives of what it considered ‘two competing movements’, i.e. the Arab nationalism and the Jewish nationalism, widely known as Zionism.

Part I of the Plan contained provisions dealing with the Termination of the Mandate, Partition and Independence, where Part II included a detailed description of the proposed boundaries for each state. The Plan also called for Economic Union between the proposed states, and for the protection of religious and minority rights.Palestine: UN Partition PlanImmediately after adoption of the Resolution – accepted by the Jewish Agency on behalf of the Jewish community, but rejected by Arab governments at the time – the civil war broke out in Mandatory Palestine, and the partition plan was not implemented.Following more than forty years of continuous conflict, the Palestinian Declaration of Independence of 15 November 1988 was interpreted as a support for a two-state solution, for referencing the UN Partition Plan of 1947 and “UN resolutions since 1947” in general.Many Palestinians and Israelis, as well as the Arab League, have stated that they would accept a two-state solution based on 1949 Armistice Agreements, more commonly referred to as the “1967 borders”. And in a 2002 poll conducted by the American Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA), 72% of both Palestinians and Israelis supported at that time a peace settlement based on the 1967 borders so long as each group could be reassured that the other side would be cooperative in making the necessary concessions for such a settlement.Different conferences were held to negotiate the two-state solution, the most significant was the Oslo Accords, which officially divided Palestinian land into three administrative divisions and created the framework for how much of the Zionist entity’s political borders with the Palestinian territories function today, not to mention the Camp David 2000 Summit and follow-up negotiations at Taba in January 2001. However, no final agreement was ever reached amid nonstop Zionist massacres against the armless Palestinian people. Commemorating the 66th anniversary of the Resolution 181, Al-Manar Website interviewed the American-Jewish author and political strategist, Doctor Norman Finkelstein, to highlight the most significant developments regarding the two-state solution and the future of the Palestinian cause:

Al-Manar Website: Do you think “Israel” will be able to make the whole world recognize it as a Jewish state?

Dr. Finkelstein: Israel’s principal goal right now is to consolidate politically its achievements since the Oslo agreement was signed in 1993.  Practically, this means it wants to annex the major settlement blocs that constitute approximately 10 percent of the West Bank, along the path of the Wall it has been building.  It also wants to liquidate the refugee question.

The Palestinians have never been weaker politically.  Regionally, they have no allies, and internally they have neither leadership nor popular resistance.  It’s quite possible that Israel will succeed in imposing a historic defeat on the Palestinians through U.S. Secretary of State Kerry’s current negotiations. Al-Manar Website: Is the two state solution a functionable or workable now? Dr. Finkelstein: The international community has called for a resolution of the Israel-Palestine conflict on the basis of two states along the 1967 border and a “just” solution of the Palestinian refugee question.   Judging by the annual votes in the United Nations General Assembly, the entire world supports this formula, except the U.S., Israel and a handful of South Pacific islands.   This is not a philosophical or even a moral question.   It is a strictly political question, although it is also backed with the force of international law.  I see no political basis for any other solution to the conflict, because no other solution has significant political support in the world.

Al-Manar Website: How do u assess the safety of Israel after all that happened and is happening in the region?

Dr. Finkelstein: It cannot be doubted that Israel’s political existence for the foreseeable future is secure.  It is thriving economically and faces no significant military threats.  It is pointless to project into the future.  I lived long enough to see the fall of the Soviet Union, the end of Apartheid, and a Black man elected president in the United States.  The future is full of surprises, mostly unpredictable

Al-Manar Website: On a personal level, where the ongoing confrontation between you and the Zionist lobby has reached now?

Dr. Finkelstein: I have been unemployed the past seven years.  It has not been easy.  But I will reach my 60th birthday in a couple of weeks.  It means that I have lived much longer than the average person in Africa.  I also have a roof over my head, food on my table, and clothes on my back.  So I count my blessings.  I continue to read, think and occasionally write.   I also continue to do my small part to make the world a better place. He’s a strategist in American and Israeli affairs.

USA: Norman Finkelstein Norman G. Finkelstein received his doctorate in 1988 from the Department of Politics at Princeton University in the U.S.. For many years he taught political theory and the Zionist-Palestine conflict. He’s a strategist in American and Israeli affairs.He currently writes and lectures.
Source: Al-Manar Website
29-11-2013 – 09:15 Last updated 29-11-2013 – 16:26

Short Arab Spring Caused Long Palestinian Winter, Resistance Will Restore Rights

 Al-Manar

Mohamed Salami

The Western imperialism, led by the British Empire, plotted in the beginning of the twentieth century to plant a loyal servant in the stAqsarategic Arab region. This conspiracy intersected with the ambitions of the Zionist movement to establish an entity which enables it to carry out its colonial policies. The Zionist-Western strength defeated the Arab weakness; as a result, Palestine has been living a 100-year tragedy because of the emergence of the illegitimate entity, Israel, over its territories. Yet the recent change of the balance of power in the interest of the Arab forces of resistance has forced and will always force the Zionist servant  to surrender before the nation’s will.

Why Palestine?

In an interview with the British MP and political thinkerGeorge Galloway George Galloway, he said that Palestine was not the first choice of the Western-Zionist coalition to establish the unreal entity of Israel. He added that the Zionists were ready to accept anywhere to establish a state called Israel.
“The Zionist movement negotiated with the British empire over several countries, including Argentina, Seychelles, Uganda and others before settling in Palestine,” Galloway said.

Despite the fabrication of the religious attributes of choosing Palestine to settle in it, Galloway asserted that the members of the Zionist movement were atheists and had no religious attachment with Palestine.

The British political thinker also emphasized that the Western choice of Palestine to establish the Zionist state over its territories is not in the context of a cultural or religious struggle because “it was not a Christian choice.”

“The Christians believe in the prophets’ teachings and in the values of peace and charity, yet the colonial policies of the Western regime aimed at controlling the natural resources in this important part of the world.”

Judaization

Since the Zionists invaded Palestine, they have carried out Zionisma consistent policy to alter the character of all the Palestinian cities and villages, especially Jerusalem.

Since 1948, the Zionist entity has sought to transform the physical and demographic landscape of Jerusalem to correspond with the Zionist vision. While much of this has been accomplished through the violent expulsion of Palestinians during the wars of 1948 and 1967, the Judaization of Jerusalem included the strategic extension of Jerusalem’s municipal boundaJudaizationries, bureaucratic and legal restrictions on Palestinian land use, disenfranchisement of Jerusalem residents, the expansion of settlements in ‘Greater Jerusalem’, and the construction of the separation wall.
The British writer, who has always been against the Western-Zionist projects, noted that the historical home of Jaffa was also confiscated from the Palestinians and turned it to be like a ‘Disneyland’ for the extended Tel Aviv.

Zionist Settlements

The British MP George Galloway considered that the Zionist settlements, which have extended over the different Palestinian cities, pose a great danger against the Palestinian rights aZionist Settlementss “this disastrous case is directly linked to the cause of the Palestinian refugees who deploy in the different neighboring countries.”

“The ongoing settlement projects complicate the possibility of reaching any solution for the Palestinian refugees because the Zionists built them, planning to use them forever.”

“Regarding the Israelis, the evacuation or the destruction of the Zionist settlements is impossible.”

Although the borders of the Zionist entity were restricted in 2000 after Hezbollah resistance liberated the Lebanese territories, limiting the ambitions of the Zionist entity to extend its borders; the Zionist settlements project will deprive the Palestinians from the their country’s natural resources, including the land. This has allowed the Zionists to control a larger area of Palestine.

Peace Talks Lack Peace

The British MP George Galloway stressed that the peace talks between the Palestinian and the Israeli negotiators will never reach any considerable result.

“The resignation of the Palestinian delegationTalks to the peace talks proves that this political track is futile as the Zionist entity is not ready to  pay the price of peace which is justice.”

The Palestinian negotiating team has resigned and decided not participate anymore in peace talks with the Israelis.
“Justice, which refers to granting the rights to their owners, is a prerequisite for the success of any peace talks,” Galloway highlighted.

“The two-state solution cannot survive because the Palestinian state will be on 23% of the total area of Palestine. This will keep the Palestinian refugees out of their native land.”

The British MP George Galloway said that Palestine must return to be the homeland of the followers of the divine religions, where all its citizens abide by law.

Arab Spring, Palestine Winter

As the path of Arab resistance has proved its efficiency in facing the Zionist project in the region, the Western imperialism decided to save its servant by stirring seditions in the Arab country in order to divert the Arab efforts and attention from their central cause of Palestine to internal struggles and conflicts.

This enabled the Israelis to escalate the aggressions against the Palestinians and to keep on the settlement construction projects.

The British writer, who has been supporting the Arab causes for decades, stated that most of the Arab governments have abandoned the Palestinian cause and moved to stir the sectarian seditions which serve the Zionist-Western projects.

“The claimed ‘Arab Spring’ in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Libya and Syria turned to be a long Palestinian winter.”

“The Arabs must move into actions that dPalestinian Resistanceirect the efforts towards facing the Zionist tyranny.”

Highlighting the Syrian crisis, the British MP George Galloway, who challenged a lot of Zionist-Western defamations, emphasized that the Western-Takfiri conspiracy against Syria has failed and that the axis of resistance is able to defeat the Zionist project in the Middle East.

The Iranian-Western nuclear agreement, the Syrian victory over the terrorist war against it and Hezbollah power grant the axis of resistance huge capabilities to resolve the war against the Zionist entity.

As the balance of power tends to be in the interest of the resistance, the Zionist entity will be forced to surrender before it restores the rights to their owners.

Source: Al-Manar Website
28-11-2013 – 22:49 Last updated 29-11-2013 – 15:23

Related Articles

The unholy alliance, USA, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Al-Qaeda

http://www.shoah.org.uk/2013/11/29/al-qaeda-operates-on-behalf-of-irahell-west-press-tv/

-Press TV (watch interview)
The al-Qaeda mercenaries in Syria operate on behalf of the Israeli regime and the West, aiming to break up the Middle East and spread sectarianism, an analyst tells Press TV.

Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri recently called for support for the foreign-backed insurgents in Syria in their fight against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Meanwhile, despite a temporary truce that took effect in Syria on Friday, the insurgents launched attacks in several areas, killing dozens of people and injuring tens of others. Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011. Many people, including large numbers of security forces, have been killed in the turmoil. Damascus blames the West and some of its regional allies, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey, for arming and funding the insurgents. Press TV has conducted an interview with Kevin Barrett, an author and Islamic Studies expert, from Madison, to further discuss the issue. Barrett is joined by two additional guests: Sheikh Omar Bakri, a Salafist activist from Tripoli; and Omar Nashabi, with Al-Akhbar newspaper, from Beirut. The following is a rough transcription of the interview with Barrett. Press TV: Why do you think that the Syrian government even agreed, to begin with, to this ceasefire? Barrett: I think the Syrian government has a lot of tough choices in front of it. In the long run, the Syrian government knows that it’s going to have to reform; but right now, it’s fighting a destabilization campaign which is being led by the US-Zionist axis of evil, as we might term them, with support from Saudi Arabia and, unfortunately, Turkey, which looked like it was going to be an honest player in the Middle East just a year ago.colorado lottery Of course, a ceasefire is a good idea. It’s Eid al-Adha. Eid Mubarak to everyone. Muslims should not be killing fellow Muslims any time and especially not on Eid al-Adha. Naturally, the idea of a ceasefire is very appealing. As I understand it, the Syrian government entertained or accepted the idea of a ceasefire, and the first party that rejected it was one of these groups that called themselves an al-Qaeda affiliate. The idea of an al-Qaeda affiliate which claims to be fighting for Islam, to be destabilizing an Islamic country on behalf of the Zionists and the American empire is kind of laughable. I think one of the reasons that they won’t honor a ceasefire for Eid is that al-Qaeda is essentially an infiltrated organization that operates on behalf of the empire rather than fighting against it.

If you look at who al-Qaeda has actually killed over the years, they’ve killed almost entirely their fellow Muslims. In these embassy bombings in Africa that they claimed credit for, they killed almost entirely Muslim Africans. In the fighting that they’ve done against the Russian empire, they ended up killing a lot of fellow Muslims there.

They’ve killed very, very few Americans and Israelis. Al-Qaeda, of course, did not have anything to do with the 9/11 attacks. That was an inside job run by people in the US and Israeli intelligence apparatus. Al-Qaeda is really a manipulated group that serves to smear Islam. It’s created a negative brand name that only about seven percent of Muslims like, and the other 90 percent-plus don’t like. It’s destabilizing the Middle East on behalf of Zionism and the US empire. That’s what we’re seeing in Syria today. When it rejects a ceasefire for Eid al-Adha, that just shows us that this group is really not much more of a Muslim group anymore than the people who are pretending to be 9/11 hijackers in Florida were actual Muslims. These were people who were well known to be taking drugs, visiting prostitutes and so on… (In response to rhetoric by previous guest speaker, Sheikh Omar Bakri) He’s kind of insisting that al-Qaeda is a wonderful Sunni group fighting on behalf of Sunnis; is a perfect example of the sectarian nature of this group. These people are tasked by the Zionist and the empire with spreading sectarianism in the Muslim world, that is breaking up Muslim countries into different sects and different nationalities. Of course, al-Qaeda is mainly about sectarianism and it’s part of this crazy takfiri ideology of this tiny minority of extremist Muslims who say that anybody who doesn’t believe exactly what we believe is an evil apostate that could be killed – an evil unbeliever. This is nonsense… Press TV: Looking at the situation now, the Syrian government said that it was going to abide by the ceasefire. Of course, we know that there have been attacks and now the opposition is claiming that the Syrian government is actually the one that broke the truce. Your perspective, from a political perspective, do you think that it would be in the interests of the Syrian government, on the one hand, to say that they would stand by a ceasefire and then breaking it themselves? Let’s look at this, from your perspective. I would like to hear your take. Barrett: As I understand it, the Syrian government did some serious reflection before they accepted the ceasefire proposal. There was some dissidents within the ranks of the Syrian army. There were people who thought that a ceasefire would be in the interests of those fighting against the Syrian government. But in the end, as I understand it, the Syrian government did accept the ceasefire, and that it was first broken by these people claiming to be al-Qaeda. One never really knows precisely what’s happening on the ground in these kinds of situations. The first casualty of war is always the truth. The narrative, as I understand it, that makes the most sense is the way I described it. Again, I think that stabilization in Syria, calming things down, ending the killing, ending the suffering and bloodshed that the other guest referred to is in the interests of the Syrian government and in the interests of the people of the Middle East. It’s not in the interests of the people in the region to have the situation deteriorate and fall apart into bloodshed and chaos. I agree that the Syrian government does need to evolve and become more representative of its people. There’s no question about that. The way to make that happen is not through a divisive civil war pitting different Alawites against Sunnis, against Kurds and so on, breaking it up into little pieces. That’s exactly the… Israeli plan, to destroy the Middle East by breaking it into tiny little pieces along ethnic and sectarian lines. That’s exactly what these al-Qaeda people are working for. If one didn’t know better, one would think al-Qaeda was a brand invented by the Israelis themselves. In fact, it may have been because Bernard Lewis, the Zionist strategist and Orientalist, has been talking for years before there was al-Qaeda, for decades, actually, about needing to create a group modeled on the Ismaili assassins of the Middle Ages to destabilize the Middle East on behalf of Western intervention. I think that stability is obviously in the interests of the people in the Middle East and in the Syrian government. So, I think that they did accept the ceasefire. It’s the forces of destabilization that have rejected it and broken it. Press TV: What is the key to bringing peace to Syria, your perspective? Barrett: I don’t know if there’s a single key. I think we have to get back to the spirit of Islam. We’re in the Eid al-Adha holiday right now and we need to think about the spirit of unity. “Tawhid”, which is the absolute Unity of God, is reflected in the unity of creation and all of God’s creatures, all Muslims and all people. We shouldn’t be splitting off into different sects, hating people who don’t believe what we believe. We need to reach out to people from other sects. As Muslims, especially, we need to reach out to other kinds of Muslims who don’t think the way we do, and cross this kind of divide, and end this kind of crazy sectarian conflict that’s being sponsored by the enemies of the Middle East, the enemies of Islam, the people who want to break it up into pieces. We really need to start talking to each other instead of killing each other.

Death squads ..Jordanian terrorist interviewed without knowing that he was detained by the Syrian authorities

Video Confession of a Jordanian Jihadist

Following the request of many friends, who are unable to access to SANA to read the official news and do not have access to the satellite of the Syrian National TV, we propose here a summary of the main articles of the day and the Syrian video-news in Eng/Fra/Esp

A terrorist who was on a double suicide car bombing mission, passed out when the first car exploded to get captured by the SAA forces, treated for months by SAA without him finding out that he was arrested, during the interview the interviewer tells him that he is in one of the Syrian Government Centers.
~
Confession of a Jordanian Jihadist,
Surprised Because He Was Treated for Months in a SSA Hospital



~ WATCH AND READ WELL THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION/SUBTITLES AT THE END OF THE VIDEOCLIP, AS HE HAS A MESSAGE TO ALL THOSE WHO TOOK HIS PATH ~
Thanks to Eretz Zen Channel for the subtitles
http://www.youtube.com/user/EretzZen
Video News from #National_Syrian_Television

فرق الموت.. بالفيديو: لقاء مع إرهابي أردني لا يعلم أنه معتقل لدى السلطات السورية

أجرت قناة الفضائية السوري لقاءاً مع ارهابي أردني ينتمي لجبهة النصرة حاول تفجير نفسه بمقر للجيش السوري, الارهابي أصيب في محاولة التفجير و لم تنفجر سيارته المفخخة ثم وجد نفسه في مشفى يعالجه دون علمه أن هذا المشفى تابع للجيش السوري, تابع اللقاء لتتعرف على طريقة تفكير هؤلاء الارهابيين و كيفية تخطيط و تنفيذ جرائمهم:
%d bloggers like this: