Syrian rebel leader calls for peace with Israel

The marked failure by so-called pro-Palestine solidarity circles in the west to defend the resistant Syrian government lead by Bashar al-Assad becomes even more ridiculous as the evidence that the conspiracy against Syria is first and foremost against the interests of the Palestinian homeland grows with each day.
Over the duration of the crisis in Syria, a number of examples of close cooperation between the Syrian opposition and senior figures from the zionist entity (Israel) have surfaced in the media that is not controlled by the NATO and puppet GCC nations.
One of those included a telephone conversation between Radwan Ziyade and Mouhammad Abdallah from the so-called “Syrian National Council” begging Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barack for more support.
There have also been numerous instances reported in Syrian media of Syrian security forces seizing weapons from insurgents that originate from the zionist entity.
The visit by staunchly pro-zionist US senators John McCain and Joe Liebrman to Syrian rebels in order to support their call for more weapons, was also unequivocal.
No doubt so-called supporters of Palestine will find some way to dismiss the latest proof that the conspiracy against Bashar al-Assad’s Syria plays directly into the hands of the zionists.
Yesterday, the Times of Israel covered Syrian rebel leader, Nofal al-Dalawibi’s, comments that Israel had nothing to fear from a Syria run by the rebels.
The same article acknowledges the tough time the zionist entity has confronted over the decades under Baathist Syria, a fact which self professed pro-Palestinians choose to ignore. It adds: “Dalawibi’s interview marked the potential beginning of a change from that mindset, should the Syrian opposition struggle prevail.”
The zionists are clear, Assad’s Syria is bad for them and good for the future of a Palestinian homeland. And those who claim to support Palestine but fail to defend Assad’s Syria are playing perfectly into the zionists hands.

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