lördag 31 augusti 2013

Syriens rebeller är inte från Syrien: 95% är utländska Legoknektar, Jihadister, Terrorister

Enligt den tyska underrättelsetjänstens avslöjade rapport från 2012 är endast 5% av de stridande rebellerna i Syrien från Syrien. Enligt den tyska rapporten kommer 95% från andra länder. De s.k. frihetskämparna som mainstream och eliten stöder är förutom al-Qaida-styrkor mestadels legoknektar som anlitats för att störta Syriens nuvarande regim. Daoud Khairallah, professor i internationell rätt, berättar hur det ligger till... (video)

95% of 'Syrian rebels' not Syrians - report

Publicerad den 2 okt 2012
The Syrian crisis is a result of a coherent collective effort by a gang of foreign states - that's the message Syria's foreign minister laid out for the UN General Assembly.
International law professor Daoud Khairallah says that Syrians would never inflict such vicious destruction on their homeland and the fact that foreign fighters are involved in the war runs against the UN charter.

War on Syria: Gateway to WWIII

Video publicerad den 3 jan 2013 av corbettreport
Now entering its second year, the foreign-funded civil war in Syria continues to drag on, destabilizing the country and causing widespread violence and bloodshed. In their newly-released free online e-book, War on Syria: Gateway to WWIII, Global Research contributors Nile Bowie and Tony Cartalucci examine the roots of this conflict and its potential consequences. Find out more in this week's GRTV Feature Interview with our special guest, Nile Bowie.



Syriens rebeller inte från Syrien: 95% är utländska Legoknektar, Jihadister, Terrorister

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  1. -Russia cuts off NATO access to Cyprus by offering them loans to restructure debt-

    September 2, 2013

    Source: Secrets of the Fed

    Once again, Russia has strategically moved a pawn to block NATO and the United States on the chessboard of Syria.

    In an agreement which completely shuts out opposition forces from using Cyprus as a base of operations for potential strikes against Syria, Russia offered the government cash to pay off existing loans with European banks, and restructured their debt at more amenable interest rates.

    Cyprus is to repay a EUR 2.5bn loan to Russia in eight semiannual installments starting in 2016, Deputy Finance Minister Sergey Storchak told reporters today, citing a revision of repayment terms approved at the latest cabinet meeting. The interest rate was lowered to 2.5% from 4.5%.

    Russia extended the loan in 2011 for 4.5 years. – Tass

    Cyprus assured its territory won’t be used to launch military strikes against Syria, Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides said, according to a transcript of his comments posted on govt’s press-office website

    Kasoulides commented that “Cyprus wants to live up to its responsibility as a shelter if needed for nationals of friendly countries who evacuate from Middle East” – Bloomberg via Zerohedge

    By assuring that NATO forces, primarily those from Great Britain, cannot have easy access to launch punitive strikes on Syria for what many believe is a false flag chemical attack on civilians, Russia flexed its growing financial muscles in a conflict that is pushing the U.S. towards a leadership crisis in their attempts to conduct foreign affairs. [...]



  2. -Syria asks the United Nations to stop U.S. strike-

    September 2, 2013

    Source: Reuters

    Syria has asked the United Nations to prevent “any aggression” against Syria following a call over the weekend by U.S. President Barack Obama for punitive strikes against the Syrian military for last month’s chemical weapons attack.

    Washington says more than 1,400 people, many of them children, were killed in the world’s worst use of chemical arms since Iraq’s Saddam Hussein gassed thousands of Kurds in 1988.

    U.S. military action will be put to a vote in Congress, which ends its summer recess on September 9, giving President Bashar al-Assad time to prepare the ground for any assault and try to rally international support against the use of force.

    In a letter to U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon and President of the Security Council Maria Cristina Perceval, Syrian U.N. envoy Ambassador Bashar Ja’afari called on “the U.N. Secretary General to shoulder his responsibilities for preventing any aggression on Syria and pushing forward reaching a political solution to the crisis in Syria”, state news agency SANA said on Monday.

    Full article here




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